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Cruise Ship Information
The Star Legend is the sister ship to Star Pride and Star Breeze. She will join the fleet in Genoa, Italy on May 4, 2015. Former name Seabourn Legend is sailed under Seabourn Cruise Line fleet, constructed by Schichau-Seebeckwerft in Bremerhaven, Germany. She was formerly Royal Viking Queen, and Queen Odyssey.
It is the identical and former sister cruise ship Seabourn Spirit and Seabourn Pride, all designed by Petter Yran and Bjørn Storbraaten.Seabourn Legend was featured in the 1997 film Speed 2: Cruise Control. In the movie, LAPD Police Officer Alex Shaw (Jason Patric) and his girlfriend Annie Porter (Sandra Bullock) are trapped on the ship, where navigation computers have been reprogrammed by a computer hacker, (Willem Dafoe) setting the ship on a collision course with a supertanker.
Atmosphere on board 
This is one of the three power yachts launched this year. All staterooms and suites have ocean views, as well as new LCD flat-screens TVs, DVD and CD players, iPod Nanos and Bose SoundDock systems. There is also a seating area, a mini-bar, bathroom facilities and toiletries. All of Legend's 106 suites have new furnishings, lighting features, bedspreads and artwork.
Family with Kids/Teens
No children's program or babysitting available. Children, especially infants and toddlers, are not encouraged aboard Windstar cruises. The intimate ship size and unregimented atmosphere are adult in orientation and do not provide for the care, supervision, or entertainment of children. Children occupying staterooms as the third person are charged the applicable "third person" rate, which is available on request. Travel for Children under 24 months is limited -
Windstar operates four sailing yachts known for their ability to visit harbors and ports larger ships can’t reach. The ships carry fewer than 300 guests and call on ports throughout Europe, the Caribbean and the Americas with a complimentary water sports platform available when the ship is in anchor – subject to weather of course—featuring water skiing, kayaking, and windsurfing. The ambiance is relaxed (no jackets or ties needed) but upscale. While these yachts aren’t meant for kids, they’re ideal for parents who want a getaway without the kids or a special trip with grown kids.
Past Passenger Programs
Windstar. Multi-tiered programs provide all repeat guests with newsletters and a "welcome onboard" cocktail reception or free drink but then set milestones for additional awards. Most of the major lines among others -- Windstar offer this type of past passenger setup.
The Foremast Club is Windstar Cruises' past passenger loyalty program. Please see below for Foremast Club member benefits.
Foremast Club Benefits (you become a member after your first cruise):
 5% member-only discount on all voyages
 Private cocktail reception with ship officers and Foremast members
Invitations to dine with the Captain and officers
Exclusive member-only private sales throughout the year
Members-only onboard events and private receptions
Fitness And Spa
Windstar cruise line more than ship itself focus on destination itself do not look for 24 hour fitness center.
Fitness Center
Cardiovascular equipment including treadmills
Free weights
Exercise Classes
Personal Training
Water Sports Platform The Marina features complimentary watersports equipment. The platform offers a variety of complimentary water toys such as waterskiing,windsurfing,wakeboards, kayaks, paddleboards, and sailboats. You can also enjoy the freedom of your own private yacht by swimming to and from the platform.
Scuba Diving is offered at an additional fee
Sports platform is only open while ship is anchored and subject to weather or local restrictions. Not open when ship is docked.

Food & Dining
The Restaurant accommodates all passengers and offers an open seating program.
The restaurant in the aft of the yacht will be an inviting buffet during the day, with plentiful outdoor seating highlighting Veranda’s new look – the perfect spot for breakfast and lunch alfresco. At night the venue will transform to Candles Grill, a favorite Windstar romantic experience where guests can dine with table service under the stars.
Windstar's Signature fine dining experience which features contemporary, international menus and fresh, local dishes.
Pool Deck
Continental breakfast and afternoon tea. A unique Deck Barbecue gala will take place one night per voyage on the pool deck. The 5-star buffet offers an array of dishes including an Asian-style suckling pig served with apple sauce. The executive chef grills basted lobster tail; jerk marinated chicken drumsticks and the fresh catch of the day. In addition, seafood paella is cooked right on deck.
Yacht Club
Watch the waves from this chic coffee bar and lounge on the top deck. Sandwiches and pastries will be available.
Compass Rose
Enjoy live music nightly in this comfortable lounge on deck 6.
Star Bar
Sit under the stars at night or meet for casual drinks at this deck bar.
By day, the focus is on exploration, but when the ship anchors offshore, guests can also swim, kayak, paddleboard, or water-ski from the water sports platform. There’s also a small spa, a gym, and a library with books and movies on DVD. On sea days, the Yacht Club — with its panoramic windows and coffee bar — is a quiet haven.
Come evening, the Star Bar serves sunset cocktails, while post-dinner entertainment is centered in the Compass Rose Bar, the small adjoining casino, and an entertaining vocal-piano duo. A five-member band plays the lounge nightly and backs up affable, baby-faced Captain Alan MacAry during his welcome and farewell cocktail parties. Since Star Pride has an open bridge policy, passengers get to know the captain here more than they do on other ships, and — since the ship is small and social — you can expect to get to know your fellow passengers, too.
Passengers are cradled in comfort as all staterooms and suites offer ocean views, sitting area, new LCD flat-screen TV, DVD, CD player, iPod Nanos and Bose SoundDocks systems, safe, mini-bar/refrigerator, international direct-dial phones, bathroom with luxurious pampering toiletries, hair dryer, plush terry cloth robes, and an abundance of closet space. The library on board stocks an array of international newspapers, books and games, as well as a multi-media selection of more than 500 DVD titles and compact discs available for complimentary check-out.
All 106 suites have new furnishings, leather headboards, plush sofas and chairs, drapes, new lighting features, window coverings, plush carpeting, new art work, stylish bed cushions, and luxurious bed throws.
Each suite contains one standard US 110V and European 220V 60-cycle AC electric outlets.
There are 64 Ocean View Suites with four modified accessible suites and 36 Balcony Suites. The two Classic Suites have a forward-facing window and French doors to a private veranda. The four owner's suites includes a sitting area, second bathroom, and a television in the bedroom. The suites showcase different Wind Star destinations.
Stateroom sizes
Ocean View & Balcony Suites 277 Sq. Ft.
Classic Suite 400 Sq. ft. w/veranda
Owner suite 520-575 Sq. ft w/ veranda
Windstar crew work very hard to make sure that every aspect of your cruise meets the highest standards. This includes those crew members who serve you directly, such as wait staff, beverage servers and the stewards who service your stateroom each day. There are also many others who support their efforts whom you many never meet, such as galley and laundry staff. To ensure that the efforts of all crew member are recognised and rewarded, a Hotel Service Charge of US$ 12.00 per passenger is automatically added to each guest's onboard account on a daily basis. If service exceeds or fails to meet your expectations, you are free to adjust this amount at the end of the cruise. In addition, a 15% Beverage Service Charge is automatically added to bar charges and dining room wine purchases. These charges are paid entirely to Windstar crew members and represent an important part of their compensation.
In terminals, airports, ports of call and on shore excursions, it is suggested that you extend gratuities consistent with customary local practices.
Fellow Passengers
Windstar passengers tend to be active, well-traveled, well-educated adults of all ages, hailing from North America, the U.K., Australia and New Zealand. They tend to enjoy the more laid-back atmosphere of a smaller ship, the idea of traveling under sail and the unique itineraries that Windstar provides.
Our recommendation
Aim for no-fuss upscale casual clothes. During the day, most men sport Polo shirts or dressy T-shirts (usually with a discreet brand logo), and shorts or khaki pants, depending on the port stop. Expect lots of Ralph Lauren, Brooks Brothers, and Lands' End for the guys. Top-Siders are popular shoes. For daytime, women wear shorts, capris, pants, silk and cotton tops, and sundresses.  What’s nice about Windstar is that although it’s a luxurious ship, you don’t have to pack a dinner jacket, tie or fancy dress because it’s a casual-elegant atmosphere. That means you can travel light and not have to check a bag, which is a real inconvenience. The only things not allowed are jeans and shorts in the dining room for dinner.
In the evening, women add simple jewelry and perhaps a fancier blouse or light sweater to slacks or a skirt. Some wear floor-length casual dresses. AmphorA, the main dining room, discourages shorts, jeans, tank tops, and sneakers. Do not pack suits, ties, tuxedos, or evening gowns.
These obviously aren’t new ships. Star Pride was built in 1988 so naturally it does show signs of age in several places. One of the biggest of these is the pool, which has to be the most uninviting pool I’ve ever seen. But once you set sail on Windstar, you quickly realize you don’t go on their ships (or other similar small ships) for things like the pool. These aren’t those floating megaships that have everything a top Las Vegas hotel would have. Instead, you go on a ship like this for the luxurious cabins, service, food and most importantly, the stopover destinations, as they have the ability to stop in smaller ports that the large ships can’t.
Like all Windstar ships, Star Pride has an Open Bridge allowing guests to come into the Bridge when the yacht is at sea. Guests can talk with the Captain and officers on watch, view the navigational chart, and enjoy some of the best views on the yacht without any advance warning. You just can’t go into the bridge when they’re making maneuvers.