Get Tall Savings on a Tall Ship Cruise

Book a tall ship cruise by January 31 for up to 20% early booking discount!

Tall ship sailing specialist Star Clippers is offering up to 20% off 2011 cruises in the Mediterranean for bookings made by January 31, and 2011 sailings in the Caribbean and Central America for bookings made before April 30.

Save $290 per person on a six-night Caribbean pre-Christmas cruise on the 170-passenger Star Clipper, departing St Maarten on December 17 and calling at some of the smaller, more exclusive Caribbean ports inaccessible to big ships. The itinerary includes either Nevis or Saba (depending on the wind), Iles des Saintes, Falmouth Harbour in Antigua and St Barths. Now from $1,096 per person, (was $1,386), including all meals and a 6 night sailing itinerary.

Save $319 per person on a seven-night Costa Rica sailing on the 170-passenger Star Flyer, departing Puerto Caldera on December 19, 2011 and exploring rainforested islands, remote bays and beautiful beaches, with plenty of chance to spot the incredibly diverse wildlife of the region. The ship calls at San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua; Playa del Coco, Costa Rica; National Park of Santa Rosa; Samara; Puerto Carillo; National Reserve of Curu; and Isla Tortuga. Now from $1,277 per person, (was $1,596), including all meals and a 7 night sailing itinerary.

Save $260 per person on a short break, five-night Mediterranean sailing on board Star Clipper, departing Athens on October 8, 2011 and calling at the unspoiled Greek ports of Monemvasia and Pilos; Siracusa in Sicily; and Valletta, Malta. Now from $1,042 per person, (was $1,302), including all meals and a 5 night sailing itinerary.

All prices exclude port charges.

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.

Passengers can enjoy the romance of sailing on board a true tall ship in a relaxed atmosphere with high standards of service provided by an attentive crew. 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, but small enough to call into intimate ports, untouched by large cruise ships.

The two smaller ships, Star Flyer and Star Clipper, take 170 passengers each, with a crew of 70, while Royal Clipper carries 227 with a crew of 106.

For more information or to make your reservation, visit Star Clippers.

Press Release Courtesy of Star Clippers

Photo Credits:

Star Flyer, Thailand
and Royal Clipper in Thailand by Andy Lovering - Star Clipper on

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