Star Clippers‘ tall sailing ship, Star Clipper, will reposition from Southeast Asia to the Mediterranean in summer time 2022. Star Clippers said the vessel will complete the 2021-22 season in Thailand and then sail to the Mediterranean to operate 29 sailings of five to sixteen times.
Star Clipper will be part of sister ships Royal Clipper and Star Flyer in the region between May and October. It truly is the initially time given that 2016 that all 3 Star Clippers ships will sail in the Mediterranean.
Star Clipper and Star Flyer are regular clipper ships with contemporary amenities carrying 170 friends, even though the 227-guest Royal Clipper holds the Guinness Earth Record for getting the largest and only five-masted, total-rigged sailing ship in services right now.
“While we’re unhappy to be leaving Asia for now, we’ve witnessed a regular, growing desire for our popular Med sailings and we’re self-assured this is heading to be welcome news for both trade partners and friends,” said Michael Krafft, owner of Star Clippers, in a push statement. “Equally, with the very last period of Asia sailings getting put during winter 2021-22, we are anticipating a large desire for these sailings before Star Clipper departs.:”
As element of the repositioning voyage, Star Clipper will depart Safaga, Egypt in April 2022 and sail although the Suez Canal. Once back in Mediterranean waters, the ship will run these itineraries as “Yachtsman’s Paradise,” a seven-night time sailing between Istanbul and Athens, and roundtrip sailings between Civitavecchia (Rome) and Cannes, France from May by October.
Deal: Friends who guide their 2022 Star Clipper Med sailing by October 31, 2020 will receive $600 personal savings for each cabin.
For a lot more information, take a look at www.starclippers.com.
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