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The all new Wind Star renovation is complete

The all new Wind Star renovation is complete. The graceful four-masted sailing yacht, Wind Star, is now completely renovated and under sail, the first of Windstar’s three sailing yachts to complete what will be an $18 million full renovation of the fleet. (etravelblackboard.com)

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Windstar Cruises Unveils New Renderings for Wind Star and Wind Spirit Renovations

Windstar Cruises, which operates a fleet of three luxury sailing yachts that explore hidden harbors and secluded coves of the world’s most treasured destinations, unveils renderings for Wind Star and Wind Spirit renovations, which can be viewed on Windstar’s blog: http://blog.windstarcruises.com.

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Windstar Announces Details of Ship Stretch Project

How to Stretch a Ship – Windstar Cruises / Fincantieri

Windstar Cruises revealed more news about the its $250 Million Star Plus Initiative. At a press conference today, the Seattle-based cruise line’s President John Delaney, revealed 360-degree “views” and renderings of what guests will experience on the line’s three renovated vessels, Star Breeze, Star Legend, and Star Pride. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Windstar Cuts The First Steel At Fincantieri’s “Arsenale Triestino San Marco” Shipyard In Trieste

The Star Breeze, Star Legend and Star Pride will be lengthened increasing capacity for each ship from 212 to 312 passengersAt Fincantieri’s shipyard “Arsenale Triestino San Marco”, in Trieste, Italy, John Gunner, Vice President of Expansion Projects for Seattle-based Windstar Cruises, pushed the button which activated the torch to make the first cut in the new steel that will become the first of three new ships sections as part of Windstar’s $250 Million Star Plus Initiative.

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Windstar’s John Delaney Named Keynote Speaker for MHA Event

Windstar Cruises (logo)John Delaney, president of Windstar Cruises, will be the keynote speaker at the upcoming Marine Hotel Association (MHA) conference and trade show in Naples, Florida, March 31-April 2. Delaney will take the stage during the conference’s Monday breakfast on the morning of April 1, which will then be followed by the opening of the MHA’s 34th annual event. (cruiseindustrynews.com)


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Cruise ships return to Barbuda with Windstar call

The Wind SurfBarbuda next week will welcome its first cruise line since it was slammed last fall by Hurricane Irma: Windstar Cruises. The Wind Surf, the largest ship in the fleet, with capacity for 310 guests, will make nine biweekly calls to Barbuda in the 2018-2019 season starting with a Dec. 8 call. (travelweekly.com)

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American Queen To Acquire Victory Cruise Lines – Other Cruise News: Windstar To Stretch Star Ships – New Zealand Regains Cargo-Passenger Service

by Kevin Griffin

Last week, the Memphis-based American Queen Steamboat Company announced that it was taking over Miami-based Victory Cruise Lines and its 202-berth Victory I and Victory II. Seattle-based Windstar Cruises meanwhile announced that it woud be stretching its three former 212-berth Seabourn ships to accommodate 312 passengeres each. And after losing its Hamburg-Süd cargo-passenger connections last year, New Zealand will now be served every 35 days by the CMA CGM Amber, with connections to Europe and North America via Chinese ports.

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Windstar Cruises Announces Major Investment to Renovate & Lengthen Windstar’s Three Star-Class Ships at Fincantieri beginning in Fall 2019

Star Pride at Rovinj, Croatia on August 20, 2014 (Photo © Elias Balazs at www.shipparade.com)Windstar Cruises today (Nov. 15) announces the $250 Million Star Plus Initiative, a major investment and expansion for the innovative cruise company. The multi-million dollar, multi-year undertaking will impact and enhance all aspects of the guest experience for the highly awarded small ship cruise line’s three Star Class vessels.

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