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Star Clippers

Why Cruise with Star Clippers Cruises

Star Clippers having luxury three masted cruise ships and offers an honest tall ship sailing experience with all the facilities of a modern cruise ship. These ships provide a pure sailing experience and an opportunity to mix with fellow passengers from several places because the ships will carry few hundred passengers only so it is easy to mingle with fellow guests and crews. Their itineraries will take you into some new destinations and places where big ships can’t go and with more comfort, personalized service and admirable fares.

Entertainment on Star Clippers Cruises

Star Clippers ships are designed for those with an interest in seafaring and passengers are cheered to participate in hauling the sails. There is plenty of open place deck with two or three swimming pools and an aft sea platform where you play some thrilling watersports and swimming. There is a piano lounge with live music, lounge for observation, card room and library and daily talks from the captain about the upcoming sailing itinerary. Passengers can climb to various high lookout points aboard ship.

Dining on Star Clippers Cruises

The Chefs of the Star Clippers Ships make dining for their guest’s a delightful international culinary. For breakfast you have lot of menus like croissants, muffins, pastries, fresh fruits, juices, crisp bacon, grilled sausage, teas and coffees. At lunch a marvelous buffet of seafood, salads, dessert buffet, fresh cake, pastries, rice, pasta, veg, salads and side dishes are always available to accompany the main courses. You can taste the chef’s best culinary dishes in the Dinner offers six course menu includes seafood’s, meats and lot more. There is no restriction for dining in all the ships.

Destinations that Star Clippers Cruises Visit

Star Clippers ships offer you the opportunity to visit more ports and thus a greater variety of excursions. The itineraries take you into the regions of North Europe, Caribbean, Costa Rica, Panama Canal, Western and Eastern Mediterranean, Cuba and Transatlantic Ocean crossing.