Owing to mounting COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreaks around the environment, Windstar Cruises announced it has canceled additional cruise departures further out. The cruise line beforehand canceled all remaining cruises in 2020 and are now canceling cruises for January and February 2021 for all its yachts and into March and April 2021, relying on the itinerary. The 1st yacht to set sail, as of the hottest update, will be the Wind Spirit on March 25, 2021 in Tahiti.
“We are keen to return to sailing when we believe that the environment will help it,” Windstar explained in an announcement.
Windstar’s yachts will resume sailing on these dates:
- Wind Spirit – March 25, 2021 – Tahiti
- Star Breeze – March 27, 2021 – Caribbean
- Star Legend – April seven, 2021 – Mediterranean
- Wind Star – April thirteen, 2021 – Mediterranean
- Wind Surf – April 24, 2021 – Mediterranean
- Star Satisfaction – July 6, 2021 – Northern Europe
During this short-term pause in operations, the line will be examining and updating its wellbeing and security practices, which includes increased sanitation protocols, wellbeing screenings, incorporating additional healthcare workers on board, flexible eating and crew teaching. The new “Further than Common Care” application is a multi-layered technique with vital healthcare facility-quality aspects: HEPA filters and UV-C ultraviolet germicidal irradiation to filter and disinfect circulated air within our yachts, plus electrostatic sprayers to sanitize all surfaces all over our yachts.
Pre-departure, visitors will have to fill out a wellbeing questionnaire and they will be requested to wear masks when touring to the ship.
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