Wonderful cruise on a saling ship: Wind Surf Cruise Review by MelanieSco
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Wonderful cruise on a saling ship
Destination: Eastern Caribbean
Embarkation: St. Maarten
It is not a luxury cruise in my opinión but, it is a calm, thoroughly enjoyable, relaxed experience ... No lines, no crowds, soothing old style yacht with lots of wood, sober decoration, nice decks ... The cabin, 121 on deck one, was very nice, everything very well designed, lots of closet room, very nice bathroom and shower.
The crew is fabulous, always there to please you, to try to get you something, cabin attendant took wonderful care of our cabin while we were out, room service arrived promptly - not more tan 10 minutes..
Our only complaint was that on the one day that the yacht is sailing all day there were not enough lounge chairs but of course, people have the habit of placing a towel on the chair and then going away. We complained about this to an officer.
The food was excellent, high quality, well More prepared, wonderful beach bbq, fabulous bbq on deck - amazing lobster, salads, fish ! Everything was delicious !!
It is a quiet, relaxing experience. We had a wonderful time with our friends and expect to repeat the experience in the future.
We did not however like this itinerary (Dominica, St. Lucia, Les Saintes, Nevis and St. Kitts). There are really no nice beaches on these islands, but we had already visited most of the islands on the alternate itinerary. Our mistake, would have enjoyend going back to Virgin Gorda or St. Barts !!
High recommendations for Windstar !!! Excellent cruise experience !! Less
Cabin review: 121
Our cabin, 121 on deck one, was very nice, everything very well designed, lots of closet room, very nice bathroom and shower.Very comfortable beds - wonderful nights´ rest offset by the rocking motion of the ship - quite soothing !! The cabin is very well isolated - we could hear nothing from our neighbours or from the cabin on top of us.There is a minibar, tv set, plenty of shelves and closet space.
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