Windstar Cruises will soon set sail on their second season for the 212-passenger Star Legend in Asia.
The company will add four new cruises to its Asian itineraries in 2018/19, adding to four existing popular Asia cruises. Some of the cruises are timed to coincide with Japan’s famous cherry blossom season.
New Asia itineraries include a comprehensive exploration of greater China; an Asian ‘pop culture’ journey from Tokyo to South Korea and Beijing; a Thailand and Malaysia cruise big on beaches and big cities; and a new itinerary discovering Indonesia, including Bali.
Windstar President, John Delaney says the beauty of travelling on Windstar is the ship’s ability to access and anchor at small islands and ports.
The following new 2018-19 Asia cruises are now open for booking:
The 11-day Singapore to Bali (Benoa) (or reverse) cruise.
The 11-day Bangkok to Singapore cruise sails along the coasts of Thailand, Malaysia, and China.
The 11-day cruise from Hong Kong to Beijing (or reverse) visits the four major cities in greater China, including Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong, and Taipei, with overnights in both Shanghai and Hong Kong for extra exploration.
The 11-day cruise from Tokyo to Beijing (or reverse) is a balance of big, modern cities like Tokyo, Osaka, Seoul (via Busan), and Beijing in addition to smaller and more off-the-beaten path places like Karatsu, Japan and Tamano/Uno port in the Inland Sea of Japan.
Windstar Cruises is a part of Xanterra Travel Collection.
Australian trade bookings can be directed to Windstar Australia on 1300 749 875 or email [email protected]