Capacity 150 pers

Crew 88 pers

Taille 134.20 m

Tonnage 5350

Category Luxe

Wind Star Overview 
The Wind Star is a sleek, four-masted sailing yacht accommodating 148 guests. With four decks and a gross tonnage of 5,350, the Wind Star feels like your own private yacht.

Wind Star features wide open, teak decks—quite unusual for small ships. With over 10,000 square feet of open deck space, guests will find hidden nooks for private moments giving them a feeling of being on their own private verandah.

All staterooms have ocean views, queen beds, flat-screen TV with DVD player and Bose SoundDock speakers for Apple iPods. The Owner’s Suite includes a sitting area.

Wind Star
offers two primary dining venues. The Restaurant offers gourmet, course-by-course cuisine in the evenings and the Veranda restaurant offers casual buffet and full-service dining for breakfast and lunch. All dining is open seating. And, for dining under the stars, make a reservation for Candles which features steaks and skewers.

Wind Star
amenities WindSpa, casino and entertainment lounge, water-sports platform, library, pool and hot tub.

  • Capacity: 148 guests
  • Staterooms: 73 deluxe oceanview staterooms
  • Owners Suite:  1 oceanview owner’s suite
  • Decks: 4 decks with a total of 10,200 square feet
  • Crew: 90 international staff
  • Ship’s Registry: Bahamas
Wind Star Highlights

  • 24-hour open Bridge
  • Watersports Platform
  • Fitness Center
  • Business/Conference Center
  • Skylight Main Lounge
  • The Library
  • The Restaurant
  • Pool Bar & Hot Tub
  • Boutique
  • Salt-Water Pool
  • Casino
  • Veranda and Terrace
  • Suites

    Although the towering sails echoed a bygone era of explorers, the sister ships Wind Spirit and Wind Star, with its sleek lines and computerized controls, was revolutionary in concept and design. Windstar's ships are officially masted-sail- yachts (msy), but the designation belies the vessels unique rigging. Unfurling in two minutes at the push of a button, billowing white sails reach to the sky. All functions are operated from the bridge by computer microchips and navigational devices. The unusual "open-bridge" operation allows guests to drop by and acquaint themselves with the veteran captains and officers who demonstrate the ship's intriguing capabilities to modern day explorers.