Talking Sustainable Tourism with Windstar Cruises

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  1. John says:

    I really like the Windstar model. What are they considering as there next improvement in sustainability?
    Sustainably sourced in season food would be an easy target. Locally sourced, in season fruit and vegetables are tastier but also have a lower carbon footprint than exotic food from the other side of the world. Most fish species are in danger of collapse, does Windstar intend to serve only MSC certified fish?

  2. crociereuk says:

    I think the Windstar model is great too. I expect more lines will take up the reins on locally sourced food, especially as fuel prices narrow the cost benefits. I couldn’t comment on what Windstar’s plans are, however I expect they will be contionously improving their environmental standards, especially as the new owner Xanterra has been actievly involved in trying to create a sustainable business, owning large parklands… http://www.xanterra.com/2011-sustainability-report-8404.html

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