Wind Surf (ship)

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Name: 1990–1998: Club Med 1
1998 onwards: Wind Surf
Owner: Windstar Cruises
Operator: 1990–1998: Club Med
1998 onwards: Windstar Cruises
Port of registry: 1990–1998: Wallis and Futuna,  France
1998 onwards: Nassau,  Bahamas
Ordered: 1986
Yard number: 274
Laid down: Ateliers et Chantiers du Havre, France 1988 by Société nouvelle des ateliers et chantiers du Havre
Completed: 1990
Maiden voyage: 1990
General characteristics
Tonnage: 14,745[clarification needed]
Length: 194 m (636 ft)
Beam: 20 m (66 ft)
Height: 80 m (262 ft)
Draught: 5.09 m (17 ft)
Decks: 8
Deck clearance: 20 ft (6.1 m)
Installed power: Two diesel-electric engines and computer-operated sails
Sail plan: ca. 26,000 sq ft (2,400 m2) in seven triangular Dacron self-furled sails on five masts
Speed: 10–15 knots (19–28 km/h; 12–17 mph)
Capacity: 386 passengers
Crew: 214

Club Med 1 was owned and operated by Club Med, then was transferred to Windstar Cruises and became Wind Surf and It still operated as a cruise ship.

The ship is one of the largest sailing cruise ships in the world, and can carry up to 310 passengers,[1] with a crew of 214.

History[edit]

Club Med 1 was launched in 1989 in Société Nouvelle des Ateliers et Chantiers du Havre, France. Her sister ship Club Med 2 was launched in 1992 in Le Havre, France. Club Med 1 made her maiden voyage in 1990, and sailed for Club Med for 8 years. Then in 1998, Club Med 1 was sold to Windstar Cruises and renamed Wind Surf. The ship was based on Windstar Cruises' smaller 5,350-ton, 148-passenger Wind Star, Wind Spirit and Wind Song motor sailing yachts. All were also built by Société Nouvelle des Ateliers et Chantiers du Havre, France.

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