Life on board Star Clippers

Spacious open decks with swimming pools create a superb environment to watch the seascape or the sailors positioning the sails. Gleaming mahogany rails with brass fittings reflect the grand old age of sail, while state-of-the-art equipment matches 21st century cruising.

Culinary Delights

Dining aboard is a culinary adventure with an international menu of food. Elegant dining rooms with open-seating and a casual elegance feature on all ships. On Royal Clipper the dining room is lit by sunlight from the 3-deck atrium.

Help yourself to an attractive continental or full breakfast. At lunch, a superb buffet of seafood, salads and grilled favourites awaits. When evening comes, enjoy the chef’s finest culinary presentations, designed to please the eye and the palate, with the service of a sophisticated restaurant.

Activities on Board

All passengers have access to complimentary water sports including banana boating, sunfish sailing, water skiing and windsurfing, supported by friendly, professional Water Sports staff. A marina platform conveniently lowers from under the Royal Clipper’s stern for diving and water sports and Star Clipper and Star Flyer offer similar activities from the tender service or on-shore facilities.

Varied daily activities are included in the cruise schedule, and exciting shore excursions are always an option. Enjoy the convivial indoor-outdoor Tropical Bar, the Piano Bar, or library, and the spa and health club on Royal Clipper.

A cruise highlight for many is the climb, with safety harness attached, to the lookout stations on the first yardarm high above the deck!

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  • Lunch on Star ClipperLunch on Star Clipper
  • Climbing the rigging
  • Royal Clipper Atrium
  • Caribbean beach
  • Royal Clipper dining room
  • Adjusting the ropes
  • Water Sports
  • Catch the tender here!
  • Kayaking in the Caribbean
  • Walking the bowsprit

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.