Windstar Cruises will sail in Alaska during spring and summer of 2018, with cruises starting at 11 days.

John Delaney
John Delaney

“We are so excited to be enhancing the Alaska travel marketplace by introducing our brand of true small ship cruising to Alaska. Sailing closer to pristine deciduous shorelines, delving deeper into all-enveloping fjords, kayaking in icy straits right off the ship’s Watersports Platform and viewing an endless wilderness from sea level. We are bringing our guests right to the heart of what makes Alaska and the Great Pacific Northwest such an amazing destination and magical place to visit,” said Windstar President John Delaney.

“We are working hard now to arrange customized bucket list moments like the chance to hike atop the massive Mendenhall Glacier in Alaska’s capitol of Juneau, zip-line over crystal-clear creeks in bear country, snap a classic whale tail picture on your mobile phone – during a romantic deck-side dinner, fly over majestic Glacier Bay in a private plane, uncover Sitka’s rich Russian heritage or check out Petroglyph Beach in Wrangell – a destination rarely visited by cruise ships. Windstar is thrilled to put its stamp on this classic cruise region and expects it will quickly become a Yacht Club Member favorite.”

Each cruise will visit Tracy Arm and Misty Fjords, with at least seven to eight other ports.

The Star Legend will offer three new itineraries with eight sailing dates, departing May to August, including a 14-day Seward (Anchorage) to Vancouver option; 12-day Vancouver round-trip itinerary, and 11- or 12-day Vancouver to Seward (Anchorage) voyages. Windstar also plans to offer pre- and post-cruise land excursions, allowing guests more time to explore Alaska’s interior.



Windstar cruise ship
The Star Legend will offer three itineraries with eight sailing dates.

About the Star Legend

Capacity: 212 guests

Suites: 106 suites, all outside with ocean views

Decks: 6 guest decks

Crew: 153 international staff

Length: 440 feet (134 meters)

Tonnage: 9,975 gross registered tons (grt)

Propulsion: Twin propeller, driven by four Bergen marine diesel engines

Speed: Cruising speed 15 knots

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