Star Clippers recently released its latest brochure for the company’s Authentic Tall Ship Cruises, detailing its March 2022 to March 2024 voyage schedule. The digital version of this latest brochure is available now, while a print edition will be available this summer.
Its fleet of three charming tall ships – Royal Clipper, Star Clipper and Star Flyer – offers unique cruises throughout the year, with itineraries in the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, Central America and across the Atlantic.
These fully modern cruise ships, with modern amenities, are inspired by the historic high-masted ships that ruled the seas in centuries past. The Star Clipper and Star Flyer are traditional clippers with a capacity of 170 passengers, while the 227-passenger Royal Clipper holds the Guinness World Record for being the only fully rigged five-masted sailing vessel still in service today. The three elegant barques feature expansive teak decks, swimming pools, informal restaurants, piano lounges and tropical bars.
The new March 2022-2024 booklet contains a collection of exciting new adventures aboard Star Clippers’ majestic sailing ships, as well as many tried and true customer favorite itineraries.
The 2022 and 2023 seasons will see inspired changes to existing routes. The cruise line’s eponymous Star Clipper will join its sister ships in the Mediterranean this month after returning from Southeast Asia, kicking off the first season in five years since the three ships sailed the resplendent region together.
In November 2022, Star Clippers will also return to Costa Rica, Nicaragua and the Panama Canal for the first time in eight years. These new seven-day round-trip cruises from Puntarenas, Costa Rica will allow guests to see quiet beaches on idyllic Isla Tortuga and “deserted islands” like Isla San Jose in the Pearl Islands, as well as picturesque port towns in Costa Rica. , Panama and Nicaragua.
Racing fans will be delighted to hear that Royal Clipper will once again be offering the popular Grand Prix and St. Tropez Regatta voyages this year. A pair of routes available in May put guests in Monaco for the world’s biggest Grand Prix racing event, while an autumn round-trip from Cannes will transport guests to the famous Saint-Tropez regatta. .
The cruise line has also created special Caribbean itineraries, with Royal Clipper set to stop in Martinique during its Mardi Gras celebrations, allowing guests to immerse themselves in French-influenced Caribbean culture. Meanwhile, Star Flyer’s Super Yacht itineraries will take guests to experience St. Barts during the island’s popular Bucket Regatta.
Star Clippers is also introducing a set of special Grand Voyage itineraries, extended 12- to 19-night sailings around the Eastern and Western Mediterranean, now available aboard its three ships. And, from 2023, the three ships will also make transatlantic voyages.
In April 2022 and 2023, Royal Clipper will offer 16-28 day itineraries that will take passengers from Bridgetown, Barbados to Lisbon or Rome. With a 20-night trip in April 2023, the Star Clipper will carry passengers eastbound from St. John, Antigua to Malaga, Spain; while westbound crossings include a 24-night trip from Malaga to St. Maarten, a 28-night trip from Cannes to Barbados and a 15-night trip from the Canary Islands to St. Maarten.
As part of Star Clippers’ special promotion, passengers who book their sailing adventures before May 15, 2022 (and who reside in North, Central or South America) will receive a 10% discount on their fare. cruise, plus $100 onboard spending credit and free prepaid gratuities, and will also find a bottle of champagne waiting for them in their stateroom.
For more information, visit starclippers.com.