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Star Clippers

Star Clippers operates three of the world’s largest and tallest sailing vessels. Visiting ports often untouched by larger cruise ships and offering passengers the activities, amenities and atmosphere of a private yacht, Star Clippers is recognized as one of the premier specialty cruise lines. The ships currently sail throughout the Caribbean, Mediterranean and Costa Rica.

Star Clippers Star Flyer cruise ship review

Star Clippers' Star Flyer offers a different kind of cruise experience. Abigail King finds her sea legs Beneath a bright blue sky, the sort where the sunshine bites if you look for too long, the...

Best Specialist Cruise Line – The Expert’s View

Been there, done that with mainstream cruising? Fed up with formal nights and looking for a break from tradition? Then allow me to introduce you to a totally different holiday at sea. One with...

Yoga cruise review

If you are looking for a cruise where relaxation – and a bit of exercise – is built into the itinerary then look no further than Star Clippers’ Yoga Cruises, writes Deb Stone The sun...
Best Themed Cruises

Themed Cruises Guide

Cook with Marco Pierre White and P&O, learn to lindy hop with Saga or trace your family history with Voyages of Discovery; the new range of themed cruises means you’ll never get bored on board! Musical Sailings Elvis...

Star Clippers celebrates National Cruise Week

Tall ship sailing specialist, Star Clippers is offering free cabin upgrades for all bookings made from September 18-25 2011, to celebrate National Cruise Week, which runs during that period. Book any Star Clippers voyage to...

Star Clipper’s new ‘chill and cruise’ yoga cruises

This October tall ship specialist Star Clippers will introduce two new yoga and meditation themed cruises to its current program. All cruises include two free daily Ashtanga yoga and meditation sessions on deck morning and...
Seaside on Mykonos in the Greek Islands compliments of hpschaefer

Expert Advice: The best of the Med

  More than 25 cruise lines sail the Med in the summer, offering everything from mini-cruises to grand voyages, and visiting every destination imaginable – including some you’ve probably never heard of. Jane Archer explains how...

Royal Clipper

Ocean Cruise Passenger capacity: 227 Passenger Decks: 4 Total Cabins: 98 Cabins (Balcony): 0 Cabins (Outside): 92 Cabins (Inside): 6 Draught: 5.60m Gross Tonnage: 5000 Restaurants: 1 Bars: 2 Swimming Pools: 2 Spa: No Gym: No Casino: No Exclusively For Adults: No

Star Clipper

Ocean Cruise Passenger capacity: 170 Passenger Decks: 4 Total Cabins: Cabins (Balcony): Cabins (Outside): Cabins (Inside): Draught: Gross Tonnage: 2298 Restaurants: 1 Bars: 2 Swimming Pools: 2 Spa: No Gym: No Casino: No Exclusively For Adults: No

Star Flyer

Ocean Cruise Passenger capacity: 170 Passenger Decks: 4 Total Cabins: Cabins (Balcony): Cabins (Outside): Cabins (Inside): Draught: Gross Tonnage: 2298 Restaurants: 1 Bars: 2 Swimming Pools: 2 Spa: No Gym: No Casino: No Exclusively For Adults: No

Cruise International

Cruise International is the UK’s highest-selling newsstand travel magazine dedicated to cruise holidays. Packed with inspirational reviews, the hottest destination advice, celebrity interviews and the very latest ocean and river cruise news, it helps both new and experienced cruisers alike plan their next trip. With its high production values, stunning photography and outstanding editorial, Cruise International is first choice for Britain’s 1.75 million annual cruise holidaymakers.

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