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Windstar Introduces Three New Baltic Itineraries

January 26, 2012 By: Susan Young

Windstar Cruises is introducing three new Baltic itineraries this summer on the 312-guest Wind Surf . To entice your clients onboard, the line is also rolling out two-for-one savings fares plus two free hotel nights in embarkation or disembarkation port cities. The promotional offer is valid for bookings made by Feb. 24 on the itineraries below.

In "Capitals of Scandinavia," the line will sail seven-day cruises between Oslo, Norway and Stockholm, Sweden. Port visits include Stromstad, Sweden; Copenhagen, Denmark (overnight); Rugen, Germany; and Bornholm, Denmark

Departures are July 27 and Aug. 19. Guests receive two-for-one savings fares plus two free hotel nights per cabin in Oslo or Stockholm. Pricing starts at $2,799 per person double occupancy.

In the line's "Best of the Baltic" itinerary, passengers will travel to four countries and six cities. Seven-day sailings are roundtrip from Stockholm, Sweden and include port calls at Mariehamn, Finland; St. Petersburg, Russia (overnight); Helsinki, Finland; Tallinn, Estonia; and Sandhamn, Sweden.
Departures are August 3 and 11, 2012. Included are two free hotel nights per cabin in Stockholm. Fares start at $3,699 per person double occupancy.
Guests enjoy three days at sea, port calls in northern Europe and overnights in Oslo, Norway and Amsterdam with Windstar's new "Treasures of Northern Europe" itinerary. Departing July 16 and Aug. 26, 11-day sailings between Lisbon, Portugal and Oslo, Norway call at Le Havre, France; Dover, Great Britain; Antwerp, Belgium; and Amsterdam, Netherlands.
This itinerary features the two-for-one savings fares plus two free hotel nights per cabin in Lisbon or Oslo. Fares start at $2,499 per person double occupancy.
Seven-day sailings from LeHavre to Oslo or reverse are also available from $2,199, including the two-for-one savings fares plus two free hotel nights per cabin in Oslo.
All fares mentioned above are per person double, cruise-only, in category B and include non-discountable amounts. Government fees and taxes are an additional $35 to $300 per person.
The two-for-one cruise fares are based on 50 percent of the published full cruise fares as shown on select sailings. The two-night complimentary hotel offer is available per booked cabin; it's applicable on select sailings and includes one complimentary transfer to or from the yacht, all tips, gratuities, taxes and luggage-handling fees.
These offers are capacity controlled, may not be combined with other offers and are valid on new bookings only for select departures. Windstar may withdraw the offer at any time. Cancellation penalties may apply. Deadline for booking is Feb. 24. 

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Susan Young
A veteran of 100-plus cruises, Susan J. Young, is senior contributing editor for cruises – covering ocean, river and niche cruises for Travel Agent and

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By Susan Young | January 26, 2012
Windstar Cruises is introducing three new Baltic itineraries this summer on the 312-passenger Wind Surf.
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