Wind Surf Review

4.0 / 5.0
259 reviews

Great Adventure and nearly perfect

Review for the Eastern Caribbean Cruise on Wind Surf
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Mar 2012
Cabin: Suite

First off, let me say that this was as perfect as I remember WindSurf being since 2007 which was our last cruise on her. Embarkation was easier than pie. DH has trouble walking long distances, so the check in people found a golf cart to deliver him to the gangplank. We arrived around 1:30 and were on board within 10 minutes and in our cabin within another 20. The Captain, who is a comedian, met us at the gangplank with a welcome.

We were due to sail at 7. Muster was at 5:30 and was different than the last time. You can muster inside the doors of your station in the ac. That was a lovely experience!!

Sail Away was as fun and memorable as I still had in my dreams! The music, the sails...Perfect. It was a little different for us to arrive/depart St Maarten as last time we left from Barbados. We spent the night before at the Holland House Beach Resort, which allowed us to see the ship first thing that morning. Amazing the difference of sizes between WS and a Celebrity...

Cabin Review


Cabin S

327...awesome. Not noisy but was a little ways from elevator if that is inportant to you. We would stay here again...or, anywhere basically on Surf!!

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