Star Clippers Cabins and Suites

Cabin decor is tastefully traditional – the style of a luxurious classic yacht, where everything is ingeniously designed for comfort, ease and efficiency. Polished brass fittings and mahogany brightwork complement soft natural fabrics in the colours of the sun, sea and sky. Prints of famous clipper ships and sailing yachts grace the walls. Everything is immaculately maintained and your steward knows exactly when to appear.

Cabins have a double bed or twin beds that can be converted to queen, marble bathroom, private safe, television with in-cabin video, DVD player, direct-dial telephone, hairdryer and comfortable furnishings.

On Star Clipper and Star Flyer the Owner’s Cabin has a sitting area, plus minibar and whirlpool bath. Category 1 cabins have minibar and whirlpool bath. Category 2 to 5 cabins feature marble bathroom with shower. Category 6 cabins are inside with upper and lower berths, bathroom and shower.

On Royal Clipper, two identical Owner’s Suites, each measuring 320 square feet, are at the stern of the ship. Each has a lavish double bedroom with a marble bath and whirlpool, a separate over-sized double sleeping loft with adjacent bath and a separate sitting area. A free mini-bar and 24-hour cabin service are included

14 deluxe suites on Royal Clipper offer superb cruising comfort, with private balcony, sitting area, whirlpool tub and 24-hour room service. The 90 outside cabins are similar to those on Star Clipper/Flyer, with all but six cabins outside.

Your Star Clippers cabin or suite is perfect for rest and relaxation.

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  • Royal Clipper Cabin
  • Watching the sea
  • Star Clipper Library
  • Star Flyer pool
  • Star Flyer Cabin
  • Royal Clipper Lounge
  • Royal Clipper and Star Clipper
  • Royal Clipper Crew
  • Star Clipper in port

The Star Clippers ships offer Western Med or Eastern Med sailing cruises in the summer, with Caribbean and Cuba sailing cruises in the winter as well as exciting Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore sailings. Transatlantic crossings travel between Europe and the Caribbean in late Spring and Autumn.