We just returned from a Baltic cruise on the Windsurf. My husband and I are a well traveled couple in our early 60s. We have only taken one "big" cruise boat tour which was to Alaska on another line. I just don't care for ships with 3,000 passengers and all that those crowds entail.
The Windstar cruise line fits our needs perfectly. This was our 2nd cruise with Windstar, the first on the Surf. We aren't looking for a lot of onboard entertainment options and appreciate good food and the casual atmosphere. We always choose to have dinner with other passengers and have met some very interesting, well traveled people.
On this trip, Windstar had invited a guest lecturer who spoke to the passengers on , "The Romanov Dynasty" and "Deception in WII". (all pertinent in Norther Europe and Russia)
Great location, spacious cabin. Had no problems at all with this suite.
Did our own thing in Copenhagen, stayed at the WS recommended hotel. Enjoyable city
Did a "free walking tour" (tips only) lovely little town, enjoyable to just wander around and to sit at a local cafe and enjoy the atmosphere.
Also easy to walk around on your own. Very nice city, few attractions.