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Mix n’ Match your way to a bigger sale

Cruising through Europe isn’t just about the view. And that’s not what your clients want anyway.

To sell a European Cruise you need to shake it up, mix n’ match and offer them something that they can’t get anywhere else.

 

Mix it up with a private event in Tarragona, Spain

Giants, Big-Heads & Human Towers? Sounds like our kind of fun!

Imagine walking into a private event at the spectacular Roman Amphitheater of Tarragona, built in the first century A.D.

Sangria in one hand and Catalan tapas in the other, guests are wowed by the incredible tower of people standing one on top of the other, often ranging a story or more high. Known as a castell, this 18th century tradition is now on the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity List.

The entertainment continues with a performance from outlandish Catalan Giants and Big-Heads. Not sure what we mean? Imagine larger than life papier-maché figures and festival performers with huge heads that are worn on the head and shoulders of a normal sized person.

Windstar’s Giants, Big-Heads & Human Towers private event is a one-of-a-kind experience is offered on their 8-day Treasures of Southern Spain & Morocco itinerary.

Roman amphitheater in Tarragona (Spain).
Roman amphitheater in Tarragona (Spain).


Match it with an 8-day SOUTHERN SPAIN & MOROCCO Cruise

Embark in the City of Explorers, Lisbon, and dazzle your senses with Spanish treasure—golden Costa del Sol beaches, the Moorish magnificence of the Alhambra, the Roman ruins of Cartagena and Tarragona. Sit at a café in Tangier’s medina sipping mint tea and watching old men play backgammon. Nestle up to the other exclusive yachts in Ibiza’s harbour with some 80 blissful beaches calling your name.

Lisbon, Portugal skyline at Alfama, the oldest district of the city.
Lisbon, Portugal skyline at Alfama, the oldest district of the city.

Mix it up with a tour of the Magnificent Caves Bergtatt

The day begins with a scenic drive north to the marble caves of Bergtatt. Upon arrival, you take a boat deep into the glistening caves, traversing a mystical underground lake aboard a comfortable barge.

Sound scary? Not to worry, these caves navigated under the light from elegant chandeliers installed within the caverns that reflect on the crystal clear water to illuminate the journey.

After leaving the boats and entering into the main hall, you enjoy a traditional Norwegian fare like lefse, a soft Norwegian flatbread made with potatoes, flour, butter, and milk, and drink sparkling wine while being entertained by local singers and dancers.


Match it with an 11-day Lands of the Midnight Sun Cruise

They say that the best things come in small packages. And boy, does this package pack a punch.

The Molde: The Magnificent Caves Bergtatt private event is exclusively available on Windstar’s 11-day Lands of the Midnight Sun itinerary aboard the Star Legend. 

Cruise beneath the Midnight Sun to sparkling Norwegian fjords, steaming Icelandic geysers, ancient Scottish standing stones, and the bucolic Faroe Islands. Hear the echoes of Old Norse tongues, see lands once lauded in ancient Viking sagas, and witness sights that will stir your soul. As a guest on Star Legend, you experience it all from a uniquely thrilling perspective.

Waterfall in Smoo Cave, Durness, Scotland
Waterfall in Smoo Cave, Durness, Scotland

Mix it up with a an Evening in Ephesus

No one who has seen the magnificent Celsus Library of Ephesus will ever forget it. Enjoy a private dining experience in the Library of Ephesus, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

You will walk the Marble Road to the Library that housed more than 12,000 scrolls nearly two millennia ago. Your five-course, white-glove-service dinner will be in the courtyard in front of the Library. The spectacularly illuminated façade allows you to examine the statues in their niches and the elegant details of the frames. Dinner under the stars will be accompanied by a trio from the Aegean Chamber Orchestra.

Just as you’d expect. No crowds. No rush. Delight in every detail.

Celsus Library in Ephesus, Turkey
Celsus Library in Ephesus, Turkey


Match it with a 7-day Greek Isles and Turkish Delights Cruise

Windstar’s Kusadasi: Evening in Ephesus private event is an opportunity to experience a unique cultural tradition.

Match it with another truly authentic experience – a voyage that covers thousands of years of history on Windstar’s Greek Isles & Turkish Delights cruise.

Cruise past the Acropolis of Athens to the palaces of Istanbul. Explore the tiny streets and narrow alleys of Mykonos, and escape to Delos, the fabled island of Apollo, where you’ll walk in the ancient footsteps of the gods. Listen for echoes of history as you explore Ephesus, the world’s largest outdoor archaeological site, and treat yourself to superlative grilled seafood, accompanied by an ouzo salute to the sunset. From the coffee houses of Bodrum to the country lanes of Rhodes, discover the Greek Isles as they were meant to be traveled, in private yacht style.

Kusadasi
Kusadasi

Oh and if you want more details call Windstar Cruises Australian Representative Travel the World on 1300 857 037.

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