Named “Culinary & Wine Delights of Spain,” the cruise will span over eight nights next April. There will be six stops to the Spanish ports such as Cádiz, Málaga, and Valencia.
The Widstar cruise ship, the Wind Surf, holds over 300 passengers and will provide a voyage into local Spanish culinary culture. The Wind Surf is the largest boat in the Windstar fleet, and is also the largest sail-equipped ship in the world.
A chef from Saveur will be on board to provide multiple cooking demonstrations. He will be accompanied by Jorge Ordonez, the largest importer of Spanish wines in the United States who will host two on-board wine seminars.
Ticketholders can expect two Spanish food and wine pairings and a large selection of Spanish wines that will be available daily. The cruise is the first of its kind for Windstar Cruises and sets sail next April.
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