by Allen J. Sheinman | January 01, 2006

the wind spririt

The Wind Spirit can run by motor or by sail power.

A few days aboard Windstar Cruises’ “sail-assisted” 148-passenger Wind Spirit reveal the unique pleasures of a smaller ship, including getting to know one’s fellow passengers and not having to wait on long lines to get on and off the vessel.
    Of course, it doesn’t hurt to enjoy an itinerary like Windstar’s Venice-to-Athens voyage, which includes stops in Rimini, Italy, the fabled walled city of Dubrovnik in Croatia, and the Greek islands of Cephalonia and Kythira.
    Whether for business meetings or incentive purposes, groups can gather on the Veranda Lounge and in the Library or enjoy the entire ship as
an exclusive charter.