Wind Surf cabins and suites

Wind Surf staterooms review, floor plans, photos


Wind Surf cabins and suites review at CruiseMapper provides detailed information on cruise accommodations, including floor plans, photos, room types and categories, cabin sizes, furniture details and included by Windstar Cruises en-suite amenities and services.

The Wind Surf cruise ship cabins page is conveniently interlinked with its deck plans showing deck layouts combined with a legend and review of all onboard venues.

Officers Suite

Layout (floor plan)

Wind Surf Officers Suite  floor plan
Max passengers:2
Staterooms number:1
Cabin size:245 ft2 / 23 m2
Balcony size:none
Location (on decks):forward-starboard on deck 6-Bridge
Type (categories):(OS) Officer's Suite / Captain's Suite

Bridge Suite

Layout (floor plan)

Wind Surf Bridge Suite  floor plan
Max passengers:3
Staterooms number:2
Cabin size:490 ft2 / 46 m2
Balcony size:none
Location (on decks):midship on deck 5-Bridge
Type (categories):(BS) Bridge Suite


Layout (floor plan)

Wind Surf Suite  floor plan
Max passengers:3
Staterooms number:31
Cabin size:375 ft2 / 35 m2
Balcony size:none
Location (on decks):3, 5-Bridge
Type (categories):(S) Suite

Porthole Cabin

Layout (floor plan)

Wind Surf Porthole Cabin  floor plan
Max passengers:3
Staterooms number:123
Cabin size:190 ft2 / 18 m2
Balcony size:none
Location (on decks):1 (B, BX), 2 (A, AX), 3 (TX)
Type (categories):(A-B-Standard, AX-BX-TX-Deluxe) Oceanview / Porthole Stateroom

Wind Surf cabins review

All Wind Surf cabins are with outside views (no inside cabins), but none of them has a private balcony. This includes even both grades Suite accommodations, which are with porthole (round-shaped) windows. The yacht also doesn't have connecting or handicap (wheelchair-accessible) cabins for disabled passengers. The number of all cabin categories is 7.

Follows the review of Wind Surf staterooms as furniture, amenities and included (complimentary) services:

  • Each cruise accommodation has a separate modular bathroom (WC,, sink, shower, luxury bath amenities by L’Occitane, premium bathrobes, towels, slippers /no bathtub), two twin beds convertible to queen-size (with luxury bedding /Egyptian cotton linens), small sitting area (table with 2 chairs), walk-in closet and separate drawer unit, multimedia center (HDTV, DVD/CD player, Bose SoundDock digital music system, Apple iPod nano, WiFi Internet), fully-stocked mini bar/fridge, safe, phone (direct dial), controlled air conditioning (thermostat), 110V/220V power outlets.
  • “Bridge Suite” has larger porthole windows, separate living area (sofa bed, dining table, wet-bar), separate bedroom (queen bed).
  • Each of the S-Suites also has a living area with sofabed for a 3rd passenger.
  • Each cabin has 2 porthole windows equipped with steel covers that can be closed in bad weather.
  • A fruit basket and bottled water are replenished daily.
  • Smoking on the ship is permitted only at designated areas on its open decks.
  • Dress code is “casual elegance” (jackets and ties are not required, even for dinner).
  • Be prepared for the noise made by the yacht’s diesel generators. They operate 24 hours a day to generate power for the lighting and air-conditioning on board.

Triple-occupancy staterooms (cabins fitted with a 3rd bed) are rooms 117 through 140 plus all suites. Double-bed cabins (fitted with 1x Queen-size bed / non-convertible to twins) are rooms 101, 102, 157, 202, 204, 269, 301, 302, 303, 304.

Officer’s Suite is a new cabin category introduced after the ship's drydock 2019. The nautically-decorated cabin is located directly behind the Wheelhouse (Navigation Bridge), which is a crew-only area. Officers Suite amenities include separate bedroom/living room, full bathroom (with Jacuzzi / whirlpool tub, angled single-sink vanity), binoculars, sextant (navigation instrument for measuring the angular distance between two visible objects), a museum-quality ship model (of a J-class sailboat).

Wind Surf cabin and suite plans are property of Windstar Cruises . All floor plans are for informational purposes only and CruiseMapper is not responsible for their accuracy.

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