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Windstar Cruises details ports that replace Russia, Black Sea

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Wismar, Germany, is one of Windstar's newly added ports
Windstar Cruises, which earlier canceled St. Petersburg calls on its Baltic sailings and dropped Black Sea cruises and tours, shared the new ports/itineraries that replace those programs.

'Black Sea Sights & Turkish Delights,' scheduled for May 7 and Sept. 23 with calls at Odessa, Ukraine, and Sochi, Russia, among other Black Sea ports, was changed to a Turkey-Greece itinerary.

'Cultural Gems on the Azure Aegean: Turkey & Greece,' round-trip Istanbul with calls at Canakkale, Mykonos, Kusadasi, Bodrum, Santorini, Rhodes, Patmos and Lemnos. Star Legend operates the nine-day cruise.

New Baltic ports and more time at Tallinn and Helsinki

Windstar's five 2022 Baltic sailings that had featured St. Petersburg are now revised as follows: 'Scandinavian & Baltic Spectacular' (June 6, July 11, July 26) and 'Beauty of the Baltic & Kiel Canal' (Aug. 2) added Sassnitz and Wismar, Germany, and more time in Tallinn, Estonia, and Helsinki.

'Baltic Delights' (June 13) will now feature an overnight at Helsinki and a call at Mariehamn in the Åland islands. 

 

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