Windstar Cruises Adds Two New European Cruises for 2017

windstarWindstar Cruises is preparing for its 2017 Europe sailing season, with 22 unique itineraries being offered between May and November on 120-plus cruises. Two new itineraries focus on the destinations of Croatia, Slovenia, and Montenegro. Windstar is also doubling capacity on its Around Iceland cruises that sail roundtrip from Reykjavik, Iceland.

Two New European Itineraries in 2017 

Quintessential Croatia: An eight-day itinerary aboard Wind Star hits several new port calls for Windstar, including Opatija, Korcula, and Zadar in Croatia, and Piran in Slovenia. The timeless magic of Venice, surreal rainbow colors of Plitvice Lakes National Park, and Dubrovnik’s city walls and Old Town are just a few of the highlights on the new voyage.

Marvels of the Croatian Coast & Greece: Two 12-day cruise departures sail on a Venice-to-Athens itinerary aboard Wind Star. The voyage visits 11 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, as well as Kotor’s fjord-like bay. The itinerary also offers a chance to sample Italian pasta, Croatian seafood, and mezze delights from Greece.

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Other popular European itineraries include:

  • Venetian Passageways
  • Glitter & Glam of the Rivieras
  • Islands of the West Mediterranean 
  • Spanish Serenade
  • Treasures of the Greek Isles
  • Baltic Delights
  • Gaelic Explorers
  • Scandinavian Tapestry
  • Lands of the Midnight Sun
  • Classic Italy & Dalmatian Coast
  • Grand Prix of Monaco
  • Morocco & the Canary Islands
  • Riviera Enchantment
  • Around Iceland
  • Cuisines & Cultures of Spain, Portugal, & France

Additionally, Windstar has three new all-suite yachts, including Star Breeze, Star Pride, and Star Legend carrying 212 guests.

Visit www.windstarcruises.com

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