Windstar Cruises canceled its scheduled cruises in Asia for the fall of 2022 as uncertainty remains in regards to ports reopening in the region. The cancellation affects seven scheduled Windstar Cruises itineraries on Star Breeze. Other itineraries affected include a crossing of the Pacific from Alaska to Japan, two Grand Japan sailings; Island Hopping through Japan; Windstar Crew Hometowns: Philippines and Indonesia; Hidden Indonesia & the Great Barrier Reef; and Edge of the Outback.
“As Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Philippines and South Korea are all currently still closed to cruising, Windstar joins several other cruise lines in making this decision to cancel cruises in Asia for fall,” said Christopher Prelong, president, Windstar Cruises. “We hope our guests rebook on these same fantastic itineraries for next year.”
As a result of these cancellations, Windstar Cruises’ Star Breeze will extend its Alaska season with an additional itinerary in late August, called Alaskan Splendors. West Coast Epicurean Extravaganza will follow this added itinerary, cruising down the coast of the United States. Other added itineraries will see a trans-ocean voyage from San Diego to Tahiti and five sailings in French Polynesia.
With October 2022 marking Windstar Cruises 35th year of operating cruises in Tahiti, all sailings aboard Wind Spirit and Star Breeze in Tahiti will celebrate with special events planned during the trip.
First opened in 1742 by George William Wilton, a seller of oysters, shrimp and cockles near Haymarket in London, Wiltons continued drawing diners with its delicious food for more than two centuries. This summer, Wiltons celebrates its 280th birthday and its place as one of London’s most beloved fine-dining establishments with a unique dining experience.
ISN’T IT TIME? It's time to treat yourself to the vacation you deserve, and Celebrity Cruises® offers the perfect escapes. With an award-winning fleet of ships that sail to more than 300 destinations around the world, Celebrity will take you almost anywhere you want to go in style. Enjoy stunning staterooms and suites, culinary experiences imagined by Michelin-starred chefs and intuitive service. Celebrity makes sure your vacation is effortless from the start, which is why drinks, WiFi and tips are Always IncludedSM on every sailing.
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Recently, more than 345 million people globally watched OMNIYAT light up the sky for the launch of AVA at Palm Jumeirah, Dorchester Collection, Dubai thanks to more than 500 drones. Now, OMNIYAT will once again illuminate the sky with one light to signify the groundbreaking of AVA at Palm Jumeirah Dorchester Collection, Dubai.
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Did you ever consider the possibility of carrying a Boeing 747 in your wallet? That dream became a reality with a new introduction from American Express and Delta Air Lines. The two recently launched the first-ever credit card design made with a retired Delta Boeing 747 aircraft.
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