Club Med ship will be back in the water this winter: Travel Weekly

The Club Med 2 is expected to return to sailing in December, according to Club Med.

The five-mast sailing ship has undergone a multimillion-dollar refurbishment that includes new teak decks, mahogany rails along outward-facing cabins’ and new furniture and décor in restaurants, lounges and guest corridors. 

The Club Med 2 has two seawater pools and offers windsurfing and paddleboarding with the Hobie Eclipse Mirage, a standup paddleboard with a steering handlebar. 

With the relaunch of the Club Med 2, the ship also will have a new sundeck yoga experience and new seasonal menus curated by the Ferrandi cooking school in Paris.

The ship also offers children’s programs in the summer and the holiday season. 

The Club Med 2, a twin of Windstar Cruises’ Wind Surf, will do all-inclusive Caribbean Beach Club day trips to Isla Catalina, Mayreau and Prickly Pear Island. The day will include beach activities, water sports, live music and beachside lunch with free-flowing champagne and beverages.    

The ship will sail Caribbean itineraries in the 2022-23 winter season before repositioning to the Mediterranean for the summer.

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