New videos tell Windstar’s story in the crew's voices

A new series of videos from Windstar Cruises takes a look at the intimate ships, personalization and culinary program from the crew’s perspective.

With unscripted soundbites from actual Windstar employees—including corporate executive chef Graeme Cockburn and destination manager James Anderson Smith, among others—the videos aim to demonstrate how Windstar is different.

Greater access to local sites

'Windstar is passionate about delivering a more rewarding, more authentic experience for world travelers,' president John Delaney said. 'We believe that cultural exploration is best achieved on smaller ships that allow for greater access to local sites and more freedom to interact with the people who live there, as well as fellow passengers, setting us apart from typical cruise lines.

Crew are stars of the story

'Who better to communicate that story than our staff?' Delaney continued. 'These new videos reflect what Windstar is about, and our guests will be delighted to see some of their favorite crew members as the stars of that story.'

The videos can be viewed here.

 

Posted 09 August 2018

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Anne Kalosh

US editor of Seatrade Cruise Review and Seatrade Cruise News

 

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