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Wind Spirit Review

4.0 / 5.0
103 reviews


Review for the South Pacific Cruise on Wind Spirit
Fearless Bystander
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Mar 2019
Cabin: Oceanview Stateroom

We had sailed on the Wind Star in Costa Rica a few years ago and were impressed. The Wind Spirit experience was even better. At the end of the cruise, the disembarking guests were hugging the crew members, something I had never seen on any other cruise. It felt like we had actually become friends during the 11 days on board. We had exchanged stories about families, careers, and felt we got to know them personally.

Special recognition is owed to our cabin steward (Farid) the ladies at the front desk (Maggie and Gretchen) and the servers that took care of us (DeDe, Bambang and Edison). They consistently went above and beyond whatever was asked of them and seemed to genuinely enjoy working with the guests. The maitre d' (Rafal) runs a great operation.

The food was consistently excellent, and included locally sourced seafood, as fresh as you can get. The picnic dinner the staff put on ashore on the small island ("motu") involving native dishes must have involved a huge amount of work, but was done flawlessly.

Cabin Review

Oceanview Stateroom

Cabin A

Comfortable, well designed and laid out. Cabin attendants do a great job.

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