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Thursday, May 3, 2012

Beautiful Lightness of Sailing the Caribbean



Tall billowing sails – Brilliant blue seas – Sun-drenched teak decks - Luxurious amenities - 
Gourmet cuisine -  Exceptional service 

This luxury cruise feels like your own private yacht . . . 


Windstar's sailing ships are large enough to pamper and entertain you, yet small enough to tuck into tiny harbors and hidden coves where no one else can go. 

With less than 320 guests on board you’ll quickly discover a genuine freedom to escape and explore as you want, when you want. 

Popular Caribbean Sailings
2 for 1 Fares Per Person, Double Occupancy:


Flavors of the Caribbean
St. Maarten to St. Maarten - 7 Days

Philipsburg, Le Marin, Pigeon Island, Roseau, Falmouth Harbor, Gustavia, Philipsburg

Set sail for a diverse Caribbean experience, beginning in St. Maarten. Next, visit Le Marin – a beautiful port in Martinique featuring one of the largest marinas in the Caribbean. 

Then it's on to the lush mountainous island of St Lucia, and next stop is Dominica, the Nature Island. 



Yachtsman's Caribbean
St. Maarten to St. Maarten - 7 Days  

Philipsburg, Soper's Hole - Tortola, Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda, Basseterre, Les Saintes, Gustavia, Philipsburg

Experience the Caribbean’s private yachting scene during this voyage. Explore the quaint island charm of Soper’s Hole. At Jost Van Dyke, discover inviting beaches, charming shops and the famous Foxy’s as you overnight in the harbor. 

Sail to Virgin Gorda, with its assembly of house-sized rocks called “The Baths.” Savor the high life on St. Barts, with its 5-star restaurants, luxury resorts and boutiques.



Jewels of the Windward Islands
Barbados to Barbados - 7 Days 

Bridgetown, Pigeon Island, Bequia, Tobago Keys, Mayreau, St. George's, Bridgetown

This is the Caribbean of days gone by – deep blue waters, quiet coves and tropical islands dotted with powdery beaches and lush green hillsides. Sail from the rugged natural beauty of St. Lucia to little-known isles that are off the tourist radar. 

From colorful Bequia and Mayreau in the Grenadines to the open-air markets of exotic St. George’s, you’ll discover a part of the Caribbean that remains authentic and unspoiled. This is everything that makes the Caribbean synonymous with paradise. 



Happy Sailing,
Linda