Windstar has always been known for our iconic sailing ships, and now we are embarking on a multi-year refresh of the Wind Class ships through 2026. The initiative brings
the tight-knit connection of the Windstar community to the forefront through the redesign of public spaces and staterooms. Wind Star starts her refresh first, completing
her first phase of public area updates in late 2023 before completing stateroom and dining enhancements in 2026. Her sister ship, Wind Spirit, undergoes her upgrade in 2025,
and our flagship, Wind Surf, will complete her redesign in 2024 and 2026.
Discover a new place to connect as we welcome you with our revamped lobby, now adorned with additional seating for your comfort. Indulge in the epitome of relaxation
at our brand-new pool and whirlpool, complemented by an expanded pool bar as you gather to share drinks and stories. Lively conversations and laughter abound in our redesigned lounge,
featuring living-room style seating, cutting-edge sound systems, and new lighting that sets the stage for dancing and shows at night.
Elevate your well-being in our updated gym and spa interiors, designed to inspire serenity and rejuvenation. Retreat to your personal sanctuary with larger TVs
in staterooms, offering a heightened level of entertainment. Stay effortlessly connected with friends and family through faster internet, ensuring seamless communication throughout
your Windstar journey.
Windstar invites you to join us as we start the next chapter of our beloved Wind Class.
"The design inspiration really developed from the yachts themselves. I studied classic and modern yacht architecture to develop the sophisticated design foundation,
then went on to add pops of fun and peeks of relief. The pops of fun and relief were inspired by our sails, the sea, the cities we visit, and our guests.
The goal of design is always to optimize functionality, which is when the spaces really started to be built around the purpose. Stepping into the lobby as you embark is
about feeling a sense of stepping onto your own private yacht but experiencing the service of a luxury boutique hotel.”
– Jessica Payne, Interior Design Manager
Installing the new ceiling and light art
Making progress on the new pool
Replacing the windows