Windstar debuts 50 new itineraries

Windstar has increased its offerings to 330 ports around the world

Windstar Cruises’ new Voyage Collection debuts 50 new itineraries, thereby increasing Windstar’s offerings to 330 ports with more than 2,500 personalised tours exploring international cultures.

In our high-tech digital world, the simple pleasures of a beautifully produced print publication speaks wonders. That’s the concept behind Windstar Cruises’ new 2019-2021 Voyage Collection. The brochure presents an abundance of colourful choices including 50 brand new itineraries, featured amongst nearly 700 cruise and cruise tour dates available now through 2021. The award-winning small ship line now visits 330 ports of call around the world, and offers more than 2,500 shore excursions to bring cruise guests closer to new destinations and local cultures.

The boutique line’s deployment expansion includes adding the following regions in 2018: Alaska; Canada & New England; Asia including the Philippines, China, Vietnam, Thailand, and Japan; increasing Northern Europe sailings with more visits to Norway, United Kingdom, and Greenland; while 2019 saw more ports in Japan, cruises to Indonesia, the U.S. West Coast, and Mexico. In 2020 and 2021, Windstar will sail to: Australia and New Zealand; South Pacific Islands; Western Caribbean featuring cruises homeporting from Miami; Central America; and expanded Mediterranean sailings to Israel and Egypt, as well as returning to Istanbul, Seville, and the Corinth Canal, with more to come.

In our high-tech digital world, the simple pleasures of a beautifully produced print publication speaks wonders. That’s the concept behind Windstar Cruises’ new 2019-2021 Voyage Collection
With the release of the Voyage Collection, Windstar is using this gorgeous and immersive piece to showcase the programs, shore excursions, and amenities, as well as incredible destinations where Windstar sails. In short, it’s everything you need–right at your fingertips–to plan your next travel adventure.



The Voyage Collection starts off with a look at what makes Windstar’s shore excursions so special. Find out why the line’s shore programme keeps winning awards, including the innovative Signature Expeditions that offer biologist-led excursions by kayak and Zodiac launched directly from the ship; expanding next to Australia/New Zealand. Discover Windstar’s three tiers of tours, including Essentials, Concierge, and Beyond Ordinary collections, and the more than 2,500 options to choose from. Meet the experts behind every trip, including the people who create all these amazing experiences.



When it comes to dining, Windstar isn’t like any other cruise line. Meals include fresh local ingredients, often selected by the ship’s chef on a trip to the local market. There are multiple onboard dining choices with open seating, no surcharges, and no fancy dress codes. Get to know Windstar’s own star corporate chef and learn about the hospitality/cruise expert behind Windstar’s new wine list.



Get to know Windstar’s fleet and understand why size really matters: six small ships carrying fewer than 350 guests. Find out how Windstar’s $250 million Star Plus Initiative is re-vitalising the line’s three all-suite Star Class ships with new dining experiences and two new restaurants; expanded spa and fitness centre; 50 new suites including a small-ship first, the Grand Owner’s Suite (3 bedroom/3.5 bathroom) with open living/dining and spacious veranda. Learn about the world’s largest sailing, Wind Surf, sailing into 2020 with a renovated lounge and relocated top-deck spa and fitness center.



Discover how Windstar does everything differently, including local performances and lectures on board, optional amenity packages, its exclusive Open Bridge, and a complimentary Watersports Platform. Get more details on how the line handles travel logistics, including pre- and post-cruise hotels with its Easy Stays program, and air programs. Learn about Select Sailings by Windstar, a collection of special itineraries for travelers who have “been there, and done that” already.