Sail away from ordinary.
Choose one free perk including onboard credit, a hotel night, beverages or Wi-Fi. Plus, enjoy reduced deposits for 2021 voyages of just 5%. Book by Feb 28 before staterooms sell out!
Ready to plan your next escape? Windstar is ready to welcome you aboard and whisk you away to the interesting corners of the globe. On Windstar, you’ll feel like you’re sailing on a beautifully designed private yacht, docking at tucked away ports that bigger ships can’t reach, like tropical Isla Parida in Panama, or enchanting Sanary-sur-Mer on the French Riviera.
With spacious ocean-view staterooms, World Spa by Windstar, and exquisite regional dishes created in partnership with all-star chefs, prepared on board using fresh, local ingredients, you’re set up for a vacation that’ll delight your senses. And because Windstar yachts carry only 148-342 guests, you’ll enjoy more personalized service in a warm atmosphere on board that fosters sharing stories at the end of the day that can turn into lasting friendships.
You can set sail with confidence on Windstar knowing that your health and safety is a top priority with their Beyond Ordinary Care program. Plus, their flexible Travel Assurance Booking Policy allows you to change your 2021 cruise to 48 hours prior to departure for 100% Future Cruise Credit in case your plans do change.
Book your voyage and pick your perk.
Even more bonuses.
- Single supplement reduced to as low as 20% on select sailings
- Save up to 20% on Star Collectors Voyages
- Yacht Club Members receive double the onboard credit when referring a friend ($200 onboard credit per guest)
- Reduced deposits of 5% on all 2021 voyages
Windstar's yachts get you closer the world’s most interesting places—tucking into hidden Tahitian lagoons, docking at tiny Italian port villages, and taking you further up narrow Alaskan fjords. Then you get to experience the region’s culture in authentic ways that make you feel more like a local than a tourist, with their award-winning curated excursions and the ability to stay at port longer, often overnight.