On a multigenerational cruise with Windstar in Scotland
Windstar cruise map

On a multigenerational cruise with Windstar in Scotland

The 91-year-old had chosen the Windstar Star Legend, a 212-passenger ship for a cruise with her 17-year-old grandson— one of three yachts without the line’s famous sails that the company has recently acquired from Seabourn

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At sea with Windstar – connecting families and generations
Forward deck and bridge of Windstar Star Legend

At sea with Windstar – connecting families and generations

Of the 204 passengers, there are 117 who have sailed Windstar, some as many as 11 times. While you may think of this as a cruise line for adults, I’ve been thinking of this as a way for grown and mostly grown kids to connect with parents and grandparents, sharing new experiences.

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Cruising Ireland and Scotland on a Windstar yacht
Lunch on deck as ship is about to depart Dublin

Cruising Ireland and Scotland on a Windstar yacht

We are on an eight-day Gaelic Explorer Windstar Cruise on a yacht with just 212 passengers can go to smaller ports. Windstar, known for its sailing yachts, has added three more yachts from Seabourn—these without sails--that after a $12 million refurbishment have joined the fleet.

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