Yachtsman's Harbors of The Rivieras

About the Cruise:

Between the spectacular cities of Rome and Barcelona, you'll explore the charming ports of Palamos, Sanary-sur-Mer, Cannes, Monaco, Portofino and Portoferraio.  Each with their own flavor - from a French fishing village to the glamour of Monte Caro - you'l experience local culture as you visit some of the most exclusive ports.


Depatures available through November 2023

About the Ship:

On any day, the 342-guest flagship, Wind Surf, draws admiring glances as she glides majestically into port with her tall sails billowing. Spacious staterooms have lovely ocean views, comfy queen beds and terrific bathrooms. Spa, watersports platform, open bridge, multiple dining options.


By booking this cruise with Uniglobe Red Carpet Travel, a Virtuoso agency, can you can receive a $150 per person shipboard credit on select sailings.

About Windstar:

180 Degrees from Ordinary -Windstar Cruises offers a vacation experience that is 180 degrees from ordinary. We invite you to step away from the crowds and enjoy a small ship experience where freedom is the order of the day and casual elegance is the style of choice. Each yacht allows guests to sail among only 148-342 guests for a more intimate and personalized travel experience; all while you travel to the world’s most legendary places, best small ports and hidden harbors. For anyone yearning for a more authentic travel experience, your yacht has arrived.

Terms and Conditions
Pricing and itinerary are subject to change without notice. Restrictions may apply.
Ship's Registry: Bahamas

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