7-Day Windstar Caribbean Cruise for 2
Explore the Carribean with a Windstar 7-day Cruise for two including a stateroom, all meals on board and non-alcoholic beverages.
- All meals in all venues onboard, featuring James Beard Foundation Chef Selections at dinner in AmphorA Restaurant, and including 24 hour room service; All non-alcoholic beverages
- Complimentary Water Sports from the ship's Marina when open
- Nightly entertainment with the onboard musicians; Local entertainment in select ports
- Special Events including Signature Sail Away, Signature Onboard BBQ & Signature Beach Party
- All complimentary onboard activities including cooking demonstrations, informational wellness classes, enrichment lectures on select sailings, daily destination talks by the onboard Destination Manager, other group activities, video and book rentals from the library.
Windstar Cruises fleet of small luxury cruise ships are known for its intimate yacht style experience, friendly service and unique voyages to the world's best small ports and hidden harbors.
Please note: Valid for a Windstar cruise for 7 days, for two (2) people, sharing one stateroom to Caribbean. Cruise must be taken by December 15, 2019. Choice of sailing date will be confirmed upon receipt of chosen sail date. All U.S. holidays sailings are excluded. Other restrictions apply. Additional services outside of what is listed are not included. Port taxes/NDAs, gratuities and any upgrades are the responsibility of the winning bidder. Cancellation of a cruise after the cruise has been confirmed will result in the forfeiture of the cruise certificate.
Change The Ref & Shine MSD, 2 organizations formed in the aftermath of the tragic shooting in Parkland Florida on 2/14, have come together with Actions For Change for their Inaguaral fundraiser on 9/30/18.
Change The Ref (CTR) was created to support our future leaders, giving them the tools they need to be empowered to make changes to critical issues that affect our nation, through education, conversation, and activism. Founded in the memory of their son Joaquin, who was one of the 17 victims, Manuel and Patricia Oliver are committed to making sure that their son's life and the lives of the other 16 victims are never forgotten and that real change happens in order to prevent future tragedies like this from happening again.
Sawyer Garrity and Andrea Peña, drama students at Stoneman Douglas High School, channeled the pain and anger they felt after the school shooting into writing an original song, “Shine,” that quickly caught on and became the anthem for our movement. Shine MSD, a 501 (c) (3) charitable foundation, was born to encourage healing through the arts by providing mental health programs centered around the arts at Stoneman Douglas High School and the surrounding community.