The Star Clippers publication remains focused on enhanced, high-value packages that have been hand-picked for those with a desire to experience unique and elevated once-in-a-lifetime holidays.
It comes after the cruise line recognised an ongoing demand for ‘bucket-list’ opportunities and luxury ancillary elements alongside their popular tall-ship sailings.
The Captain’s Collection: Second Edition features a brand new package, which pairs a Windward Islands sailing on board Royal Clipper with a luxury stay on Mustique (14-night package, from £10,839pp).
The package departs 18th January 2025 and includes Premium Economy flights from London, 5-nights full-board at Mustique’s The Cotton House, followed by internal flights to Barbados, 2-nights at Coral Reef Club on a half-board basis, a 7-night sailing on board Royal Clipper, overseas transfers and port charges.
Royal Clipper – the world’s largest tall-ship in service – will depart Bridgetown and visit Rodney Bay (St Lucia), Cabrits (Dominica), Falmouth Harbour (Antigua), Basseterre (St Kitts), South Friar’s Bay (St Kitts), Terre de Hault (Iles des Saintes) and a beach stop in Martinique before disembarkation in Bridgetown.
Firm favourites are also back by popular demand, including ‘Classical Civilizations’ – a 17-night package on board Star Flyer incorporating a Venice to Athens sailing departing 9th June 2025 (from £8,599pp) – and a 14-night package incorporating a Costa Rica sailing on board Star Clipper with Papagayo and Arenal stays, including a natural history walk at Arenal Hanging Bridges, Premium Economy flights and private overseas transfers (from £10,269pp).
The 40-page brochure is available to read online at CC2.pdf (starclippers.co.uk).
Physical copies can be requested at Star Clippers UK – The UK General Sales Agents – Brochure.
Star Clippers is represented in the UK by General Sales Agent Fred Olsen Travel and any packages/offers are for UK passengers and trade.
Star Clippers operates three of the world’s largest and tallest fully-crewed sailing vessels.
The ships can drop anchor in smaller harbours and visit ports often untouched by larger cruise ships whilst providing guests with the amenities and atmosphere of a private yacht.
High standards of service are provided by an attentive crew and all three ships have expansive teak decks, swimming pools, informal dining, a convivial Tropical Bar on deck and a comfortable piano bar and are large enough to offer first class accommodation and dining.
The two smaller ships, Star Flyer and Star Clipper take 166 guests each, with a crew of 74, while Royal Clipper carries 227 with a crew of 106.
Source: Star Clippers PR
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