Windstar Cruises has published its 2010 and Winter 2011 Sailing Atlas, including artwork from California artist Nicholas Wilton.
Along with the Sailing Atlas release, the cruise line will offer guests a $500 per couple, or $250 per person, shipboard credit to those who book their 2010 voyage by September 20.
The shipboard credit is valid on 2010 sailings booked by September 30 and is only combinable with Windstar’s Advance Savings Advantage Program, Early Booking Incentive Savings Program and group and alumni rates. The offer is not combinable with any other shipboard credit or package offer.
The sailing Atlas lists Windstar’s 183 sailings and 27 itineraries to the Caribbean, Costa Rica, Europe, Greek Isles, the Panama Canal and transatlantic cruises.
Highlights of the 2010 and Winter 2011 season include a Signature Collection Host Series, new St. Martin itinerary, maiden calls to ports and product enhancements.
On Wind Surf, Wind Star and Wind Spirit, guests will be able to select from seven to 15-day voyages. Wind Spirit sails on a new seven-day Caribbean itinerary roundtrip from St. Martin, January through March and in December. Ports of call include: St. Kitts, Tortola, Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda and St. Barts. In late spring through fall, Wind Spirit will sail on a seven-day Europe and Greek Isles itineraries.
Wind Star offers seven-day Costa Rica sailings roundtrip from Puerto Caldera from January through March and in December. Panama Canal cruises are available twice a year, featuring a transit through the Panama Canal with ports of call in Central America, South America and the Caribbean.
Wind Star will return to Europe and the Greek Isles on seven-day voyages during late spring through fall.
Wind Surf’s seven-day sailings, roundtrip from Barbados, visit Bequia, Dominica, St. Lucia, Mayreau, Grenada and Tobago from January through March and late November through December.
In late spring, summer and early fall, Wind Surf sails an assortment of six, seven and eight-day European itineraries.
Starting in 2010, the cruise line will be visiting some new ports in Cagliari, Italy; Carloforto, Isola di San Pietro, Italy; Le Lavendou, France; Pylos, Greece; Zakynthos, Greece; Opatija, Croatia; Trogir, Croatia; Bastia, Corsica; Falmouth, Antigua; and Palau, Italy.
Windstar recently completed product enhancements, which include new dining and spa offerings. Guests will be able to dine in new outdoor venues, Candles on all three ships and Le Marché on Wind Surf. Windstar has also partnered with The OnboardSpa Company for certified organic O SPA London spa and salon services in WindSpa.