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Wind Surf

Capacity
310
Crew
201
Tonnage
14,745
Length
187 m
First voyage
1990
Decks
8

Wind Surf is a five-mast staysail schooner that is one of the largest sailing cruise ships in the world, and can carry up to 310 passengers, in a total of 154 staterooms, 31 ocean-view rooms and 122 deluxe ocean view staterooms, along with a crew of 214. Prior to being transferred to Windstar Cruises and being renamed, Wind Surf was known as Club Med 1, and was owned and operated by Club Med.

History

Club Med 1 was launched in 1989 at the Société Nouvelle des... Read more

Wind Surf

Cruiseline: 
Capacity (DO): 
310
Crew: 
201
Tonnage: 
14,745
Length: 
187 m
Beam: 
20 m
First voyage: 
1990
Decks: 
8

Wind Surf is a five-mast staysail schooner that is one of the largest sailing cruise ships in the world, and can carry up to 310 passengers, in a total of 154 staterooms, 31 ocean-view rooms and 122 deluxe ocean view staterooms, along with a crew of 214. Prior to being transferred to Windstar Cruises and being renamed, Wind Surf was known as Club Med 1, and was owned and operated by Club Med.

History

Club Med 1 was launched in 1989 at the Société Nouvelle des Ateliers et Chantiers du Havre, France. Her sister ship Club Med 2 was launched in 1992 in the same shipyard. Club Med 1 made her maiden voyage in 1990, and sailed for Club Med for eight years.

In 1998, Club Med 1 was sold to Windstar Cruises and renamed Wind Surf. The ship was based on Windstar Cruises' smaller 5,350-ton, 148-passenger Wind Star, Wind Spirit and Wind Song motor sailing yachts. All were also built by Société Nouvelle des Ateliers et Chantiers du Havre, France.

Destinations

On July 7, 2018, Wind Surf departed from Lisbon on a 51-day "Grand Mediterranean" cruise. The ship called at the ports of Portugal, Spain, Gibraltar, Croatia, Greece, and other countries. The sailing ended in Barcelona on August 27, 2018.

 

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Wind_Surf_(ship)

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Attractions on Wind Surf


Nautilus Room

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Meeting room.
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WindSpa

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As you enter the hushed atmosphere of our newly-expanded WindSpas, you'll feel every last care gently melt away. Maybe you'll try a Hydralift facial or a new color on your toes. Maybe you'll surren...
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Compass Rose

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Here you can enjoy beverages while listening to the great sounds of piano.
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Watersports Platform

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Make a splash from the Watersports Platform off the yacht’s stern. Everything you can think of for fun in the water is there — swimming, kayaking, sail-boarding, even water skiing. And it’s all com...
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Stella Bistro

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Treat your palate to the French-inspired caf? cuisine of Stella Bistro, Wind Surf’s alternative restaurant. You’ll find delightfully indulgent desserts and a wonderful array of wines specifically p...
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AmphorA

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Here, the dining room manager seats you, but where is your decision. There are no pre-assigned tables or first or second seatings. When you dine and with whom are entirely up to you. Seating usuall...
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Veranda

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It's breakfast alfresco, full service or buffet-style, anytime till 9:30 a.m. No need to hurry. Again, the choices are many in Veranda. Choose the sumptuous, seemingly endless buffet. Or, order fro...
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Casino

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Try your luck in the Casino.
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Fitness Center

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It's time for an invigorating workout in the Fitness Center.
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Lounge

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Dance to live music in the Lounge.