AMERICAN HAWAII CRUISES Contact: Lori Purcell, vice president, field sales, (800) 933-9933, fax: (800) 933-4904 Ship:IndependencePassengers: 819 Meeting facilities: Rooms with theater-style seating include the Conference Center (accommodating 50), theater (144), Hoi Hoi Showplace (400), and Orchid Dining Room (100). Itinerary: Seven-day Hawaii
BLUE LAGOON CRUISES Contact: Joan Marso, sales and marketing manager, North America, (888) 258-5246 Ship:Mystique Princess Passengers: 72 Itinerary: Four days among Fiji's Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands.
CARNIVAL CRUISE LINES Contact:Sharon Goldfarb, manager, incentive sales, (800) 438-6744, (305) 599-2600, ext. 24447; fax: (305) 466-5856
Coming in 1998 Ships:Elation and Paradise Passengers:2,040 each Dates of completion:Elation: March 1998; Paradise: fall 1998 Meeting facilities: Thirteen public spaces for up to 1,300 Itinerary:Elation: seven-day Mexican Riviera; Paradise: seven-day Caribbean Ships:Celebration and JubileePassengers: 1,486 each Meeting facilities:Fourteen public rooms accommodate groups from 32 to 1,000. Itinerary:Celebration: seven-day Caribbean; Jubilee: May-September: seven-day Alaska Ship:DestinyPassengers: 2,642 Meeting facilities: Eleven public spaces accommodate groups, from the card room (seating 45) to the Palladium (1,400). Itinerary: seven-day Eastern and Western Caribbean Ships:Ecstasy, Fantasy, Fascination, Imagination, Inspiration, and SensationPassengers: 2,040 each Meeting facilities: Thirteen public spaces accommodate groups of up to 1,300 people. Itinerary:Ecstasy: three-day Bahamas; four-day Mexico/ Caribbean; Fantasy: three- and four-day Bahamas; Fascination and Inspiration: seven-day Southern Caribbean; Imagination: seven-day Western Caribbean; Sensation: seven-day Eastern Caribbean
CELEBRITY CRUISES Contact: Mike Conroy, assistant vice president, (800) 445-0063 ext. 2259, fax: (305) 267-3539 Ship:Mercury Passengers: 1,888
Date of completion: October 1997
Meeting facilities: The cinema and conference center seat 183 theater-style; 12 other public rooms accommodate up to 1,134.
Itinerary: winter: seven-night Caribbean; summer: seven-day Alaska
Meeting facilities:Theater-style seating in the theater and conference center is 190; maximum seating for meetings is 1,076.
Itinerary: seven-day alternating East and West Caribbean
Meeting facilities: Theater-style seating in the cinema and conference center is 207; seven other public rooms, with maximum seating of 1,136 in the Orion Restaurant.
Itinerary: summer: seven-day Alaska; winter: seven-day Caribbean
Meeting facilities: The Palladium Show Lounge, seating 868, is the largest of nine public rooms; banquets for 700 in the Coral Seas Cafe and Bar and 840 in the Starlight Restaurant; receptions to 1,350.
Itinerary: summer: seven-day Alaska; winter: 10- or 11-day Caribbean
Meeting facilities: Ten public rooms; the largest, Celebrity Show Lounge, seats 833; banquets for 700 in the Windsurf Cafe and 856 in the Caravelle Restaurant; maximum reception capacity is 1,370.
Itinerary:summer: seven-day Bermuda; winter: 10- or 11-day Caribbean
COSTA CRUISE LINE Contact: Teddy VanKuren, manager, charter & incentive sales, (305) 358-7325, fax: (305) 375-0676
Meeting facilities: Meeting room for 40 and eight public rooms for a maximum of 474.
Itinerary: Mediterranean, North Cape fjords, and the Baltic
Ships:CostaClassica and CostaRomanticaPassengers: 1,300 each
Meeting facilities: The Conference Center seats 150 theater-style; a boardroom seats 12; and three breakout rooms, 25 each. Private groups can use the main restaurant or the 630-seat tiered amphitheater. Eight additional public rooms
Itinerary:CostaClassica: May-October: seven-day Greek islands; CostaRomantica: May-October: seven-day Western Mediterranean; November-April: seven-day Eastern and Western Caribbean
Meeting facilities: Business center with two meeting rooms, each with a capacity of 50; public spaces for groups of 20 to 450.
Itinerary: seven-day fjords of Norway and seven-day Baltic capitals
Meeting facilities: Dedicated conference room seats 50; other public spaces accommodate groups of 25 to 800.
Itinerary: May-October: seven-day Greek islands and Turkey; November-April: seven-day Eastern and Western Caribbean
CRYSTAL CRUISES Contact: Eric Graves, vice president, group sales, (800) 446-6620, (310) 785-9300, fax: (310) 286-9231
Ship:Crystal HarmonyPassengers: 940
Meeting facilities: Public spaces include Hollywood Theater (seating 277), Club 2100 (288), and Galaxy Show Lounge (525).
Itinerary: Options include 12-day Northern and Western Europe/Mediterranean; 13- to 17-day South America; seven-day Mexican Riviera; 10- to 12-day Panama Canal; 10- to 11-day Alaska/Canada; 13- to 19-day Orient; 11-day Australia/New Zealand
Ship:Crystal SymphonyPassengers: 940
Meeting facilities: Public spaces include Hollywood Theater (seating 143), Starlite Club (350), and Galaxy Show Lounge (463).
Itinerary: Options include seven-day Mexican Riviera; 10- to 11-day Panama Canal; 10- to 12-day Western and Northern Europe/Mediterranean; world cruise in seven segments (11- to 101-day)
CUNARD Contact: Tanya Barnette, regional vice president, incentive sales, (773) 281-4880, fax: (773) 281-4883
Ship:Queen Elizabeth 2 Passengers: 1,500
Meeting facilities: Theater-style seating in the boardroom for 55 and in the theater for 576; six rooms for receptions include the Grand Lounge for 600.
Itinerary: summer: six-night New York to Southampton, England; January-March: three-month world cruises with seven-night segments available; 5- to 14-day Bermuda, Europe, Mediterranean, Caribbean, and other one-time itineraries
Ship:Royal Viking SunPassengers: 758
Meeting facilities: In addition to a 101-seat theater, six public spaces accommodate groups up to 700 in the Norway Lounge.
Itinerary: January-March: three-month world cruise with seven-night segments; summer: 7- to 14-day Mediterranean and Baltic; fall-winter: seven-plus-day Holy Lands, South America, and Caribbean
Ships:Sea Goddess I and Sea Goddess II Passengers: 116 each
Meeting facilities: Public spaces include the library (seating ten), club salon (34), and the main salon and dining room (126).
Itinerary:Sea Goddess I: winter-spring: Caribbean; summer-early fall: Mediterranean; Late fall-winter: Caribbean. Sea Goddess II: winter-spring: Orient, Holy Lands; summer-early fall: Mediterranean; late fall-winter: Orient
Ship:Vistafjord Passengers: 677
Meeting facilities: In addition to a 200-seat theater, five public rooms accommodate groups from ten in the library to 600 in the ballroom.
Itinerary: winter: South America, Panama Canal; spring: Tahiti, Panama Canal; summer-fall: Mediterranean, Baltic, Holy Lands; late fall-winter: Mediterranean, Caribbean
DISNEY CRUISE LINE Contact: Shirley Decker, sales director, incentive sales, (407) 828-2995, fax: (407) 828-2184
Coming in 1998 Ships:DisneyMagic and Disney Wonder Passengers: 1,760 each
Dates of completion:Disney Magic: January 1998; Disney Wonder: November 1998
Meeting facilities: In addition to three conference/card rooms, public spaces include a 1,040-seat theater, four restaurants, and three themed nightclubs.
Itinerary: three- or four-day to the Bahamas; can be combined with three- or four-day stays at Walt Disney World
DOLPHIN CRUISE LINE Contact: Arthur Pollack, director of charter and incentives, (800) 992-4299, ext. 5603, fax: (305) 358-3399
Meeting facilities: Seven public rooms can be used for functions of up to 700; the cinema seats 202.
Itinerary: December-April: seven-night from Dominican Republic
Meeting facilities: Theater/conference room accommodates 120 and executive board seats 15. Four other public rooms seat up to 400.
Itinerary: seven-night from Montego Bay, Jamaica to Cartagena, Colombia; Panama Canal; San Blas Islands, Panama; and Puerto Limon, Costa Rica
Ship:SeaBreeze Passengers: 840
Meeting facilities: Theater-style seating in seven public rooms, from 50 in the Prelude Bar to 420 in the Carmen Lounge.
Itinerary: seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean
HOLLAND AMERICA CRUISE LINE Contact:Paul Shortall, director, incentive sales and charters, (800) 445-3731, (206) 281-3535, fax: (206) 281-0631
Date of completion: October 1997
Meeting facilities: Rooms for up to 575 people
Ships:Maasdam,Ryndam, Statendam, and Veendam
Passengers: 1,266 each
Meeting facilities: The Half Moon/Hudson seats 150, the Wajang Theater seats 249, and 13 other public rooms seat up to 403. Receptions of up to 371 in the Rotterdam Dining Room.
Itinerary:Maasdam: October-November, April-September: 9- to 12-day Mediterranean, European capitals, and Baltic; October, November, March: ten-day transatlantic; November-March: 10- to 13-day Panama Canal. Ryndam: November-April: seven- to ten-day Caribbean; April, September: 16- to 20-day Panama Canal; May-September: seven-day Caribbean. Statendam: November-March: seven- to ten-day Caribbean; March, October: 13- to 21-day Panama Canal; April, September: 16- to 19-day Hawaii; May-August: seven-day Alaska. Veendam: October-July: seven-day Caribbean; July-September: seven-day Eastern Canada
Ships:NieuwAmsterdam and NoordamPassengers: 1,214 each
Meeting facilities: The Princess Theater seats 230. Fourteen other public rooms accommodate up to 722.
Itinerary: November-April: seven-day Caribbean; April, September, October: 12- to 21-day Panama Canal; May-Sept.: seven-day Alaska
Meeting facilities: Seating in the theater for 455 and in the theater balcony for 165; 13 other public rooms
Itinerary: May-September: seven-day Alaska; December: 10- to 14-day Caribbean; January, April: 14- to 17-day Panama Canal; other cruises include 50-day South America and 102-day world with segment options.
Meeting facilities: The theater seats 237; 14 other public rooms seat up to 800 (Admiral's Lounge).
Itinerary: October-August: seven-day Caribbean; August-October: eight- to ten-day Canada and New England
KD RIVER CRUISES OF EUROPE Contact: J.F. O'Rourke, pres., (914) 696-3600, fax: (914) 696-0833
Coming in 1998 Ship:Cezanne Passengers: 104
Date of completion: The 1995 ship will become part of KD River Cruises' fleet in early 1998.
Meeting facilities: Restaurant and lounge accommodate 104 people.
Itinerary: eight-day France
Ship:Arlene, Normandie, and Wilhelm TellPassengers: 106 each
Meeting facilities: Each has a restaurant seating 106 and an observation lounge that accommodates 90.
Itinerary:Arlene and Normandie: eight-day France; Wilhelm Tell: seven-day Germany, Austria, Hungary, and Czech Republic
Ships:Austria and ItaliaPassengers: 184 each
Meeting facilities: Five public rooms, including the observation lounge accommodating up to 118
Itinerary: two- to four-day Germany, France, and Holland
Ships:Britannia and DeutschlandPassengers: 184 each
Meeting facilities: Five public rooms accommodate from 6 to 177.
Itinerary: April-October: three- to five-day Germany, Austria, France, Switzerland, and Holland
Ships:Clara Schumann and Theodor Fontane
Passengers: 124 each
Meeting facilities: Two public rooms, both for 116
Itinerary: four- to 15-day Austria, Germany, and Czech Republic
Ship:Heinrich HeinePassengers: 110
Meeting facilities: Restaurant accommodates 116, observation lounge seats 116.
Itinerary: eight-day Hungary, Austria, and Germany
Meeting facilities: Four public spaces for 20 to 126
Itinerary: eight-day Switzerland, France, Germany, and Holland
MAJESTY CRUISE LINE Contact: Arthur Pollack, director of charter and incentives, (800) 992-4299, ext. 5603, fax: (305) 358-3399
Ship:Royal MajestyPassengers: 1,056
Meeting facilities: Conference center seats 111 and can be divided; Frame 52 Disco can host 200 theater-style; the Executive Board-room seats 16. Six other public rooms for meetings up to 812 people.
Itinerary: November-April: four-night Playa del Carmen/Cozumel and three-night Nassau and Key West; May-October: seven-day Bermuda from Boston
NORWEGIAN CRUISE LINE Contact: Cindy Wolf, director, corporate and incentive sales, (800) 327-9020, (305) 460-4720, fax: (305) 436-4059
Passengers:Dreamward: 1,242; Windward: 1,246
Meeting facilities: Conference room for 80, divisible into two. Nine other function spaces range from the cafe (seating 76) to the two-story Stardust Lounge (635).
Itinerary:Dreamward: November-April: seven-day Caribbean; April-October: seven-day Bermuda; October-November: seven-day Canada/New England; Windward: October-April: seven-day Caribbean; May-September: seven-day Alaska
Meeting facilities: Small conference room seats 20 people and a large conference room for 80 can be partitioned into four rooms. Eight other meeting options include the Stardust Lounge for 510.
Itinerary: three-day Key West and Bahamas; four-day Mexico
Meeting facilities: Leif Erickson Conference Room seats 30; Saga two-story theater seats 813; ten other public rooms.
Itinerary: seven-day Eastern and Western Caribbean
Ship:Norwegian CrownPassengers: 1,052
Meeting facilities: Seven public rooms accommodate groups; maximum seating for 500 in the Stardust Lounge.
Itinerary: December-April: seven-day Western Caribbean; May-November: 9- to 16-day European cruises (options include Scandinavia, North Cape, British Isles, and Mediterranean)
Ship:Royal OdysseyPassengers: 848
Meeting facilities: Six lounges accommodate groups; maximum seating for 474 in the Odyssey Lounge.
Itinerary: 8- to 12-day Caribbean
Meeting facilities: Eleven public rooms are available for groups, including the Cabaret Lounge for 658 people.
Itinerary: seven-day Caribbean
ORIENT LINES Contact: Cindi Occhuizzo, manager, sales administration and incentives, (800) 333-7300, (954) 527-6660, ext. 208, fax: (954) 527-6657
Ship:M/V Marco Polo Passengers: 850
Meeting facilities:Nine rooms can host meetings, ranging from a small meeting room that accommodates up to eight people to the Seven Seas Restaurant (accommodates 446).
Itinerary: May-October: The Mediterranean and Greek Isles; November: Egypt and Africa; December: Southern TransAtlantic; late December-February: Antarctic; February-March: New Zealand and Australia
PREMIER CRUISE LINE Contact: Arthur Pollack, director of charter and incentives, (800) 992-4299, ext. 5603, fax: (305) 358-3399
Ship:StarShip OceanicPassengers: 1,116
Meeting facilities: Nine public rooms can be used for functions of up to 700 persons; the cinema seats 387.
Itinerary: three- and four-night Bahamas
PRINCESS CRUISES Contact: Hilary Ann Sullivan, director, incentive/charter sales, (310) 553-1770, ext. 4021, fax: (310) 284-2844
Ship: Dawn Princess Passengers: 1,950
Date of completion: May 1997
Meeting facilities: Fourteen public rooms include the Princess Theater with seating for 550 and a range of other rooms that accommodate from 12 to 552
Itinerary: fall-spring: Southern Caribbean; summer: seven-day Alaska; Panama Canal
Coming in 1998 Ship:Grand Princess Passengers: 2,600
Date of completion: spring 1998
Meeting facilities: Public spaces include three lounges, a theater for 800, three 500-person dining rooms, eight restaurants.
Itinerary: seven-night Eastern Caribbean, 12-night Europe
Coming in 1998 and 1999 Ships:Sea Princess and Ocean PrincessPassengers: 1,950 each
Dates of completion:Sea Princess: fall 1998; Ocean Princess:1999
Meeting facilities: Fourteen public rooms include the Princess Theater with seating for 550 and a range of other rooms that accommodate from 12 to 552.
Itinerary: To be announced
Ships:Crown Princess and Regal PrincessPassengers: 590 each
Meeting facilities: Seventeen public rooms range from the library for 19 to the International Show Lounge for 740.
Itinerary:Crown Princess: October-May: ten-day Caribbean; September, May: Panama Canal; June-September: seven-day Alaska. Regal Princess: October-April: 10- and 15-day Panama Canal; May-September: seven-day Alaska
Ships: Island Princess and Pacific PrincessPassengers: 640 each
Meeting facilities: Nine public rooms include the Princess Theater for 250 and the Carousel Lounge, which can accommodate 400.
Itinerary: Island Princess: options include Black Sea, Holy Land, Southeast Asia, South Africa, British Isles, Baltic, Mediterranean, and Western Europe. Pacific Princess: April-December: options include Mediterranean, Holy Land, South America, transatlantic, and Panama Canal
Ship: Royal PrincessPassengers: 1,200
Meeting facilities: Thirteen public rooms range from the library, which seats eight, to the International Lounge, each seating 600.
Itinerary: November-April: 10- to 14-day Panama Canal; April, September: transatlantic; May-August: Mediterranean, Baltic, Norwegian Fjords, Iceland/British Isles
Ship:Sky Princess Passengers: 1,200
Meeting facilities: The theater seats 283, and the Sky Princess Showroom can accommodate 900. Up to 416 persons can meet in the largest of 11 other public rooms.
Itinerary: October-April: the Orient, Asia, the South Pacific; April-September: 11-day Alaska
Ship:Sun Princess Passengers:1,950
Meeting facilities: Fourteen public rooms include the Princess Theater, with seating for 550.
Itinerary: summer: seven-day Alaska; fall-spring: seven-day Western Caribbean; October, May: Panama Canal
RADISSON SEVEN SEAS CRUISES Contact: Maggie Mantia, vice president, charter and incentive sales, (937) 291-2225, fax: (937) 291-2226
Ship: Paul Gauguin Passengers: 320
Date of completion: October 1997
Meeting facilities: Public spaces host 10 to 320.
Itinerary: seven-night Tahiti
Ship: Radisson Diamond Passengers: 350
Meeting facilities: Theater-style seating for 220 in Constellation Center conference room; breaks down into six smaller meeting rooms with theater-style capacities for 25 to 35; two executive boardrooms for 30; one informal boardroom for eight to ten; personal computer room. Four public rooms seat groups up to 350.
Itinerary: November-February: 7- to 12-night Panama Canal; November, February-April: four- to seven-night Caribbean; May-October: seven-night Mediterranean/Baltic
Ship:Song of Flower Passengers: 172
Meeting facilities: Public spaces host groups of up to 175.
Itinerary: 7- to 12-night Europe and Southeast Asia, including Vietnam, Burma, Singapore, and Bali
RENAISSANCE CRUISES Contact:Sandy Herrell, manager of marketing, new buildings, (954) 463-0982, ext. 678
Coming in 1998 and 1999 Ships: R1, R2, R3, and R4Passengers: 690 each
Dates of completion: R1, August 1998; R2, February 1999; R3, April 1999; R4, October 1999
Meeting facilities: Cabaret Lounge seats 358; the library, 60.
Itinerary:R1, R2: ten-day Mediterranean, including the Greek Islands, Israel, and Turkey; R3, R4: ten-day French Polynesia
Ships:Renaissance V, Renaissance VI, and Renaissance VIII
Passengers: 114 each
Itinerary: winter 1998: 14-day Greek Islands, Israel, and Turkey; also six-day Seychelles Island cruise combines with a seven-day land package in Kenya and Egypt
ROYAL CARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL Contact: Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, director, incentive sales, (800) 345-7225, fax: (800) 722-5210
Ship:Enchantment of the Seas Passengers: 1,950
Date of completion: July 1997
Meeting facilities: The conference center seats 184; three lounges seat 870, 570, and 100.
Itinerary: July-August: seven-night Europe; September: 14-night transatlantic; September-October: ten-night Boston to Canada; October: begins seven-night Caribbean cruises
Ship: Rhapsody of the Seas Passengers: 2,000
Date of completion: April 1997
Meeting facilities: The conference center seats 184; three lounges seat 870, 570, and 100.
Itinerary: summer: seven-night Alaska; fall-spring: seven-night Southern Caribbean; winter: Panama Canal
Coming in 1998 Ship:Vision of the Seas Passengers: 2,000
Date of completion: May 1998
Meeting facilities: The conference center seats 184 and the theater 870. Two other rooms seat 570 and 52.
Itinerary: seven-night Mediterranean
Ship:Grandeur of the Seas Passengers: 1,950
Meeting facilities: The Conference Center seats 184; two lounges seat 100 and 575.
Itinerary: seven-night Eastern Caribbean
Ships: Legend of the Seas and Splendour of the Seas
Passengers: 1,804 each
Meeting facilities: The conference center seats 100 and the theater 802. Two other rooms seat 52 and 554.
Itinerary:Legend: summer: seven-night Alaska; spring-fall: 10- to 12-night Hawaii; winter: 10- to 12-night Panama Canal; Splendour: spring-summer: 12-night Europe; fall-winter: seven-night Southern Caribbean
Ships:Majesty of the Seas and Monarch of the Seas
Passengers: 2,354 each
Meeting facilities: The conference room seats 39 and the cinema 200. Four other rooms accommodate groups from 241 to 1,103.
Itinerary:Majesty: seven-night Caribbean; Monarch: seven-day Caribbean
Ship:Nordic Empress Passengers: 1,600
Meeting facilities: The conference center seats 110, and three other rooms accommodate from 24 to 521.
Itinerary: three- and four-night Southern Caribbean
Ship:Sovereign of the Seas Passengers: 2,280
Meeting facilities: The conference center seats 100, and two cinemas seat 146 each. Four other rooms for groups of 330 to 1,050.
Itinerary: three- and four-night Bahamas
Ship:Viking Serenade Passengers: 1,516
Meeting facilities: The conference room seats 133 and can be divided. Three other rooms seat up to 550.
Itinerary: three-night to Ensenada, Mexico, four-night to Catalina Island, CA, and Ensenada
SEA CLOUD CRUISES, INC. Contact: Maritza Bush, sales coordinator, (888) 732-2568, (201) 884-0407, fax: (201) 884-1711
Ship: River Cloud Passengers: 98
Meeting facilities: The lounge can accommodate 70 persons.
Itinerary: Seven-night Budapest/Nuremberg, Germany; other European river options available
Ship: Sea Cloud Passengers: 69
Meeting facilities: Lido Deck accommodates 60; dining room, 50.
Itinerary: winter: seven-night Caribbean; spring-summer: seven-night Mediterranean/Southern Europe
SEABOURN CRUISE LINE Contact: Thomas Williamson, director, charter and specialized sales, (415) 391-7444, fax: (415) 391-8518
Ships:Seabourn Spirit, Seabourn Legend, and Seabourn Pride
Passengers: 200 each
Meeting facilities: For all three ships, the show lounge can be used for group functions of up to 200 only during charters. The Legend has a boardroom for 20.
Itinerary: six- to ten-day Mediterranean and Caribbean
SEAWIND CRUISE LINE Contact: Arthur Pollack, director of charter and incentives, (800) 992-4299, ext. 5603, fax: (305) 358-3399
Ship: Seawind Crown Passengers: 728
Meeting facilities: Eight public rooms can be used for functions of up to 480.
Itinerary: seven-night South America/South Seas
SILVERSEA CRUISES Contact: Jan Loeff, director of incentive sales & charters, (954) 522-4477, fax: (954) 522-4499
Ships:Silver Cloud and Silver Wind Passengers:296 each
Meeting facilities: Conference rooms accommodate up to 40. The observation lounge seats up to 70 people and the show lounge 296.
Itinerary: worldwide; seven days and longer
STAR CLIPPERS Contact: Angela Goicouria, VP of sales and marketing, (800) 442-0553, fax: (305) 443-1611
Ships: Star Clipper and Star Flyer Passengers:170 each
Meeting facilities: Groups can use the Library (seating 20), Tropical Bar (85), Piano Bar (85), and Dining Room (190).
Itinerary: seven-night cruises; Star Clipper: Jan.-April 1998 and Oct.-Dec. 1998: Treasure or Grenadines; July-Sept.: Tyrrhenian or Ligurian seas; Sept.-Oct. 1997, May 1998, Oct. 1998: six- to 28-night transatlantic; Star Flyer: Nov. 1997-March 1998, Nov.-Dec. 1998: Phuket/Singapore; May-Sept. 1998: Santorini or Marmaris; Sept.-Oct. 1997, 1998, April-May 1998: 7- to 35-night Indian Ocean
WINDSTAR CRUISES Contact: Nancy Marino, director of charter and incentive sales, (800) 628-3354, (206) 286-3927, fax: (206) 286-3229
Coming in 1998 Ship:Wind Surf Passengers: 312
Date of completion:Formerly the Club Med 1, the ship joins the Windstar fleet in March 1998.
Meeting facilities: Dedicated meeting rooms with retractable dividing wall on the conference deck for one group of 120 or two smaller groups; equipped with state-of-the-art projection units, retractable screens, stereo system, microphones. Other public areas can accommodate 40 to 312 persons.
Itinerary: May-September 1998: Riviera; Nov. 1998-March 1999: Caribbean, Barbados
Ships:Wind Song, Wind Spirit, and Wind Star Passengers:148 each
Meeting facilities: Auditorium-style seating in the Lounge for 100; classroom-style in the veranda for 70 and the restaurant for 160
Itinerary: seven- and 14-day cruises; Wind Song: December-March: Costa Rica; May-September 1998: Italian coast; Wind Spirit: November-March: St. Thomas; May-October 1998: Greek Islands; Wind Star: November-March: Caribbean, Barbados; May-October 1998: Greek Islands; December 1998-1999: Asia
Note: Passenger numbers are based on double occupancy.