Windstar Cruises Announces ‘Wave Season’ Offer on Small Ship Cruises Around the Globe

It’s that time of year again – wave season. And small ship cruise line Windstar Cruises has an offer that makes cruising on its boutique ships carrying fewer than 350 passengers even more enticing.

Windstar’s “Pick Your Perk” savings for wave season, beginning January 7, includes a choice of the following:

  • $1,000 of onboard spending (for things like shore excursions or spa treatments)
  • Up to $300 airfare credit
  • Unlimited WiFi (up to $70/day)

Guests booking a Premium Suite have an additional perk option: Windstar’s popular All-In Package, which includes unlimited Wi-Fi access, unlimited laundry service, hotel and beverage gratuities, and the top shelf Captain’s Exclusive Beverage Package featuring all wines by the glass, all beer selections, all mini-bar beverages, and a broad assortment of cocktails (a value of $89 per person, per day).

Plus, guests also receive complimentary wine (up to two bottles per cabin); up to 20 percent savings on Star Collector Voyages (cruises that are 14 days or more); reduced rates for solo travelers; and reduced deposits from $50 per guest. Guests must book by February 28, 2020 to qualify for the Pick Your Perk savings.

These savings/perks are available on Windstar cruises around the globe, from brand-new itineraries in Australia and New Zealand, to adventurous journeys in Alaska and Canada, or “get the heck out of winter” Caribbean cruise or Costa Rica and Panama Canal cruise.

Windstar Cruises … Learn More and Get a Quote here

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