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This was our seventh cruisewith Windstar. We departed from Reykjavik, Iceland. Our first stop was at the Faroe Islands. We then sailed to Norway, cruising the fjords and stopping at Molde. The fjords were beautiful - worth the trip by themselves. We later stopped at Geiranger and took a three hour bus trip up the mountain which afforded us superb views of the fjord and mountainside. My wife has wanted to see the fjords since she was in grade school and she was not disappointed. A later stop was at Alesund, a very colorful town. The next day we stopped in Bergen where my wife attended a piano concert of Edvard Grieg's music, which she said was outstanding. As is the case with all Windstar cruises, the food was outstanding, as was the service. There was a wide choice of menu items and they were all superb. Breakfast was a buffet with a very wide assortment of items, including omelets made to order. There was also a small dining room called Candles which offered some items not on the regular dining room menu, including an enormous and delicious veal chop. On our last evening, the crew held a talent show which displayed some true talent and was very enjoyable. Our final stop was Dublin where we disembarked. One of the crew members who made the trip truly memorable was Cath, the lady who ran the gift shop. She had a wonderful sense of humor. We bought a couple of items, but really visited the shop to talk to Cath. Our cabin was very nice- a sitting area which included a sofa and two comfortable chairs with an enormous picture window, and a separate sleeping area with a king-size bed. We are looking forward to our next Windstar cruise with great anticipation.

Another great cruise with Windstar

Star Legend Cruise Review by VATraveller3

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Trip Details
  • Sail Date: July 2016
  • Destination: Norwegian Fjords
  • Cabin Type: Ocean View Suite
This was our seventh cruisewith Windstar. We departed from Reykjavik, Iceland. Our first stop was at the Faroe Islands. We then sailed to Norway, cruising the fjords and stopping at Molde. The fjords were beautiful - worth the trip by themselves. We later stopped at Geiranger and took a three hour bus trip up the mountain which afforded us superb views of the fjord and mountainside. My wife has wanted to see the fjords since she was in grade school and she was not disappointed. A later stop was at Alesund, a very colorful town. The next day we stopped in Bergen where my wife attended a piano concert of Edvard Grieg's music, which she said was outstanding.

As is the case with all Windstar cruises, the food was outstanding, as was the service. There was a wide choice of menu items and they were all superb. Breakfast was a buffet with a very wide assortment of items, including omelets made to order. There was also a small dining room called Candles which offered some items not on the regular dining room menu, including an enormous and delicious veal chop.

On our last evening, the crew held a talent show which displayed some true talent and was very enjoyable. Our final stop was Dublin where we disembarked.

One of the crew members who made the trip truly memorable was Cath, the lady who ran the gift shop. She had a wonderful sense of humor. We bought a couple of items, but really visited the shop to talk to Cath.

Our cabin was very nice- a sitting area which included a sofa and two comfortable chairs with an enormous picture window, and a separate sleeping area with a king-size bed.

We are looking forward to our next Windstar cruise with great anticipation.
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