The Wind Surf has 123 cabins identical to ours, and it also has 31 suites, which are actually double cabins. The suites were added during a 1998 refit and have two baths, four portholes, and a separate sitting area.
I was pleasantly surprised by the warmth and lightness of the cabin. It was very inviting! The walls are white with dark trim, and although the cabin only had two portholes (no balconies on this sailing ship), it was adequately lighted day and night, with several different lights for romantics to adjust the mood. The cabin had plenty of storage space, with lots of drawers and shelves and two closets.
All Wind Surf cabins and suites have flatscreen TVs, DVD/CD players, iPod docking stand, safe, min-bar refrigerator, fresh fruit, direct dial phones, private bath with shower, hair dryer, and robes. The cabins have only one-110 electrical outlet under the vanity, and several 220 outlets, so you might want to take a converter or a power strip if you have lots of electrical gadgets.
I loved the L'Occitane toiletries in the bath, and the shower had two heads with good water pressure. The bath also had a large amount of storage space in two cabinets. The bath was too dark to apply make-up, but the vanity in the cabin was well lighted.
All in all, we loved our Wind Surf cabin.