Windstar Cruises reported that last week marked the highest-grossing week of cruise sales since the start of the pandemic and one of the biggest in company history.
The hike in sales occurred during the “Windstar Week Sale” May 3-13, which offered up to 45 percent off voyages to the Mediterranean, Tahiti, Northern Europe, Alaska, Asia, Greece, Australia/New Zealand, the Holy Land and more.
“We’re optimistic to see this type of booking activity during our Windstar Week sale, which points to a return in demand for vacations and especially small-ship cruise vacations,” said Windstar President Christopher Prelog. “People are discovering the advantage of small, yacht-like, sailing and all-suite cruising to aspirational destinations.”
Windstar Cruises operates a fleet of six boutique all-suite and sailing yachts carrying 148 to 342 guests. The company recently enlarged and renovated the three all-suite Star Plus Class yachts in the $250 Million Star Plus initiative.
Windstar is part of the Xanterra Travel Collection, a group of hospitality and travel companies owned by The Anschutz Corp.
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