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Windstar Cruises Returns to Tahiti
« on: February 02, 2013, 01:40:52 AM »
Windstar Cruises Returns to Tahiti

Wind Spirit Will Say "ia ora na" (Hello) to Tahiti in May of 2014

Windstar Cruises is excited to announce our return to Tahiti in the summer of 2014. Beginning May 2, 2014, Wind Spirit will sail seven-day voyages from Papeete, Tahiti. Wind Spirit will sail a total of 28 voyages in Tahiti, with the last voyage on November 7, 2014, before returning to Panama and Costa Rica for the winter season. This will be the first time we've returned to the French Polynesia Islands since 2005!

The week-long voyage will begin in Papeete, Tahiti - the world's definition of paradise. Wind Spirit will sail to the following islands:

• Moorea (overnight) - the beauty of this unforgettable island of love lies in drama and adventure.
• Taha'a - this fragrant island is known for its abundance of vanilla and offers a glimpse of the traditional tranquil life of the Tahitians.
• Raiatea (overnight) - recognized throughout Tahiti as the 'Sacred Island,' it also serves as the cultural heart of French Polynesia.
• Huahine (overnight) - known as the Garden of Eden, with lush forests, untamed landscape and quaint villages.
• Bora Bora (overnight) - an island paradise in the South Pacific and known worldwide for its natural beauty.

This will be the first time the recently renovated Wind Spirit will sail the South Pacific. With six sails that cover 21,500 square feet, the French-built sailing yacht was made to cruise the French Polynesia Islands under the power of warm breezes and tall billowing sails. Guests can enjoy the aqua blue water of the South Pacific Ocean at the back of the yacht with Wind Spirit's Watersports Platform, which offers paddle boards, kayaks, hobie cats, wind surfing, snorkeling equipment and more.
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