Windstar Cruises’ Star Legend returns to cruising in Portugal

The newly lengthened ship will sail from Lisbon on a 10-day voyage to Barcelona

Windstar Cruises’ Star Legend returns to cruising in Portugal

Windstar Cruises

A Spanish small plates restaurant is one of the new venues onboard Star Legend

By Alex Smith |

Windstar Cruises’ Star Legend has returned to cruising following her extensive renovation, sailing from Lisbon, Portugal, on a 10-day voyage to Barcelona, Spain. 

Star Legend is the second of three ships to be lengthened by shipbuilder Fincantieri for Windstar Cruises. Like her sister ship Star Breeze, she has increased in capacity from 212 to 312 guests. She will feature two new dining venues, an outdoor barbecue concept from chef and culinary writer Steven Raichlen and a Spanish small plates restaurant from chef Anthony Sasso, as well as a spa and fitness centre, infinity pool and additional outdoor deck areas. 

Five of Windstar’s six ships have now returned to service. All passengers and crew onboard are required to be vaccinated, while new health and safety measures including testing, social distancing, masks and air filtration have been introduced.

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