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Updated News from Windstar Cruises

Windstar's 2004 Caribbean Program: Two Luxurious Yachts to Sail from St. Thomas on Voyages "180 Degrees from Ordinary"
34 Cruises Call at 17 Different Ports

Seattle, WA, Dec  4, 2003 - With gleaming white sails unfurled, a staff eager to attend to every need and the tranquil, turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea beckoning, Windstar cruises announces its 2004 Caribbean schedule. The line that provides unsurpassed romance, adventure and casual shipboard ambience on unique sailing ships will offer 34 cruises in the Caribbean in 2004, with two of its yachts conducting six different itineraries from St. Thomas that call at 17 exotic ports. Thanks to the small size and maneuverability of Windstar's ships, the line can visit more out-of-the-way ports than most cruise lines, offering guests even more chances to go "180 degrees from ordinary." Details in Cruise News

Windstar's 2004 Deployment: Exotic Sailing Cruises to the South Pacific, Caribbean & Europe
144 Opportunities to Go 180 Degrees From Ordinary

Seattle, WA, Oct 8, 2003 - Travelers who want to experience the ultimate in small-ship, luxury sailing will have 144 opportunities to go "180 degrees from ordinary" with Windstar Cruises' 2004 deployment. Windstar's distinctive 4- and 5-masted ships--Wind Star, Wind Spirit and Wind Surf--will again be sailing some of the world's most beautiful waters, with strong presences in Tahiti and the Society Islands, the Caribbean and Europe, including the Mediterranean and Baltic Seas. In addition, the Wind Spirit and Wind Surf will operate three trans-Atlantic voyages of 14 days each for guests who wish to experience the unique thrill of crossing an ocean in a spectacular sailing ship. Details in Cruise News

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