Windstar pushes cruise restart back to May

Windstar pushes cruise restart back to May

Line will no longer be operating Alaska season

Windstar Cruises has pushed back its restart date to May 2021 and cancelled all 2021 cruises from US, Alaska and Mexico ports.

Windstar’s Star Breeze will now return to service on May 15, on Caribbean itineraries through to August before heading to Tahiti via the Panama Canal.

“We are seeing increasing interest for summer and fall of 2021 and also 2022,” said Windstar Cruises’ President Chris Prelog. “Our six yachts carry only 148 to 342 guests, and we expect demand for small ship cruising to continue to increase. My advice is to book now and save your desired cruise date before we sell out. You can always cancel up to 48 hours before departure for 2021 cruises.”

The company has also announced a sale that begins today for past guests and travel agents, and tomorrow for the general public. The sale includes price reductions on select 2021 and 2022 voyages.

More details can be found here:

The newly transformed Star Legend is due to be the first Windstar yacht to return to service, beginning May 1 in Athens on the new 10-day Greece, Israel & Egypt: Footsteps of Faith in the Holy Lands cruise. Wind Spirit will begin sailing in Tahiti on May 6. Wind Surf will resume guest operations in Civitavecchia (Rome) on May 9, while Wind Star starts on May 22 in Athens. The reimagined Star Pride will debut July 14 in Dover.

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