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Fall and Winter Caribbean Cruises on Windstar

Earthtimes Windstar Cruises, which operates a three-ship fleet of luxury yachts that explore hidden harbors and secluded coves of the world's most treasured destinations invites travelers to the sun-drenched beaches and tropical waters of the Caribbean aboard the 312-guest Wind Surf and the 148-guest Wind Spirit.
The 148-guest Wind Spirit sails roundtrip from St. Thomas on 7-day sailings offering guests pristine beaches, lively island culture and duty-free shopping. Port of calls include St. John, St. Martin, St. Barts, Tortola, Jost Van Dyke, and Virgin Gorda. Cruise rates begin at $1,949 per person, based on double occupancy.

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