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Visit Barbados with Windstar Cruises

Windstar offers an unforgettable experience with its intimate atmosphere, unique itineraries, and its culinary excellence. Discover the beauty and charm of this Caribbean gem on Windstar Cruises and fully immerse yourself in paradise.

Why choose Windstar Cruises?

Windstar cruise ships offer boutique-style sailing ships this, creating intimate moments and allowing full immersion into the breath-taking island of Barbados. Their personalised approach brings each guest closer to destinations, making you feel connected to the island. On every voyage, Windstar has fewer than 350 guests making it feel like your own private yacht. As the ships are smaller you can say bye to crowded spaces and long lines, and say hello to attentive staff and unforgettable experiences. 

Windstar Suite

Despite their intimate size, Windstar is equipped with luxurious amenities and accommodation, including spacious staterooms and private balconies. After a long day of exploration, unwind in your private sanctuary listening to the soothing water to put you in a deep sleep. Wake up to a golden glow glistening on the tranquil waters, and watch as the island unfolds into the captivating paradise it is from the deck of your suite. Enjoy the scent of tropical flowers as they begin to fill the air and get ready to explore another day of Barbados.

One of Windstar's most notable features is its water sports platform, which can be used when the ship is anchored in calm waters. It extends off the back of the ship, which makes it easily accessible for all guests. This feature allows guests to enjoy a variety of water activities such as kayaks, water trampoline, snorkelling, stand-up paddleboards, and their foam flotation magic carpet. All water activities are included and Windstar provides all necessary equipment, eliminating any need to bring your own gear, so everyone can participate and enjoy to the fullest. 

Kayaking in Barbados

Windstar Star Plus Class or Wind Class?

There is no doubt that the Star Plus Class and Wind Class ships are different types of ship, but that doesn't mean the level of friendliness and service divulges. One of the main differences is the size of the ships, Wind Class ships are much smaller than Star Plus however, they are still just as inviting. All of the staterooms on the Wind Class ships are almost identical and offer porthole views from the 18 square metre suites, and have a capacity of 148 passengers. In comparison, the Star Class staterooms offer a 26 square metre suite with a capacity of 342 passengers which is more than double to Wind Class. 

Windstar Wind Spirit ship

Star class offers a wider variety of suites with nine owner suites ranging from 43.5 square metres to 76 square metres. Wind Class doesn’t feature balcony options, but you wouldn't want to spend too much time in your suite. You'd much rather be on the open decks where there are plenty of sunbeds and tables available to make this a very sociable place. Enjoy the small splash pool and whirlpool with the sea breeze in your hair and the sun shining brightly. Star Class has had a completely new section added to their ship which now consists of a larger pool deck, a larger infinity-style pool, and two whirlpools. Yes, after hearing the differences, they may seem like two opposite ships but they have a very similar feel and homely sense to them.

Windstar pool deck

Barbados with Windstar Cruises

By travelling with Windstar Cruises to Barbados and other Caribbean islands it offers all guests a unique experience. They offer intimate experiences by visiting smaller ports and untrodden destinations that larger cruise lines can not access due to the size of the ships. By being able to access the hidden destinations, guests can immerse themselves in the culture and heritage of these hidden gems of the Caribbean. Whether it's getting involved with the locals, or discovering the natural beauty of the island, these excursions are guaranteed to create everlasting memories.

Barbados luxury cruise

Windstar aren't just the experts on Barbados... they're the best in the whole of the Caribbean!

One of the most unique excursions Windstar offers recognises one of the top 25 Wonders of the World. Take part in the powerboat and snorkelling at the sculpture park in St Georges, Grenada. This is unlike anything in the Caribbean, your tour will begin along Grenada’s western coast on a twin-engine powerboat where you will learn about the island's rich history and geography. You will have one hour to explore the world famous Molinere Bay underwater sculpture park. This park was the first of artist Jason deCaires Taylor’s underwater gardens, erected in 2006 as space for corals to grow after Hurricane Ivan wreaked havoc on the region two years prior.

Snorkeling in the Caribbean

In general, peak season tends to be December through to late April. However with Windstar, there are limited passengers on board every voyage, so no need to worry about peak-season crowds and queues, especially on board. If you want to have a quiet holiday to avoid peak holiday season on board and ashore, then the off-season runs from June to August. But really, all year round is an excellent time to visit Barbados with Windstar, as temperatures average around 29°C all year round. Windstar offers excursions, watersports, and culinary experiences consistently throughout the year so no matter what time you decide to visit, you will still have the full Windstar luxury experience to remember forever.

When discovering the gem of the Caribbean Windstar offers you a truly exceptional adventure that will leave you longing to return. With an unprecedented experience that combines intimacy, luxury, relaxation, and adventure.

Why wait? Windstar is waiting for you.

To find out more about Windstar Cruises and booking your dream holiday to the Caribbean, get in touch with the team today. Call us on 0161 513 8200.

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