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Windstar's Wind Spirit chartered for exclusive Australian getaway

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Lisa Dosanjh wants to share her love of Tahiti with fellow Australians
Former Air Tahiti Nui employee Lisa Dosanjh has chartered Windstar Cruises’ four-masted sailing ship Wind Spirit for a packaged holiday exclusive to Australians next November.

Dosanjh, a Sydneysider who has worked in the airline industry for 25 years, told Seatrade Cruise News she fell in love with Tahiti when she was working as business development manager for the national carrier.

Kiss Tahiti

She launched Kiss (Keeping It Simply Stunning) Tahiti and put a product in the Australian market, combining dinner and an overnight at the InterContinental Resort & Spa in Papeete and a final night dinner there, with a seven-night cruise around French Polynesia.

The 148-passenger Wind Spirit's round voyage will call at Moorea, Raiatea, Taha’a and Bora Bora.

Guest entertainer

There will be three performances on board by special guest entertainer, Australian singer Kate Ceberano.

‘Kiss also stands for Keeping It Suitably Sustainable, creating awareness for the care of the land, the people and fauna and flora of Tahiti,’ Dosanjh said.

The Kiss Tahiti package departs from the east coast of Australia on November 2, 2022, with return Air New Zealand flights, and costs from A$9,587 twin share.

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