A cruise line is eliminating single supplements on select cruises through 2023 across all of their itineraries.Star Clippers is embracing the trend of solo traveling with tall ship sailing itineraries designed for all types of traveler—solo, couples and groups alike. Single travelers especially are drawn to the social and casual on-board atmosphere, where it’s easy to meet new friends and bond over the love of sea and sailing, as well the excitement of being on board a working sailboat in exotic locales like Malaysia and Thailand, Athens, and St. Maarten.
To make solo cruising even more enticing, Star Clippers is waiving single supplements on select sailings in 2021 through 2023 across all their itineraries, including in the Mediterranean, Caribbean, and Southeast Asia.
With a wide array of departures across all three of their modern clipper ships included in this offer, solo cruising in some of the most desired locations in the world is also an affordable option for solo travelers.
The single supplement waiver is also an ideal offer for those who love to cruise with a friend but crave the privacy of their own cabin. Offer is valid for residents of North, Central and South America only.
Caribbean sailings between November 2021 and March 2023 sailing round trip out of Barbados or St. Maarten start at $1,310 for a six-day sailing. Offerings in the Mediterranean for the 2022 season include sailings along the coasts of France, Italy, Croatia, Greece, Spain and Morocco, to name a few. Solo guests can book a three night cruise out of Venice starting at just $870, or enjoy seven nights out of Athens starting at $1,850.
For those looking to experience exotic Southeast Asian locales aboard a tall ship, Star Clippers is offering itineraries in Thailand and Malaysia with departures from Phuket and Ko Samui between September 2021 and March 2022. A six-night sailing out of Phuket starts at $1,300.
For more than 25 years, Star Clippers has been introducing travelers to the thrill of modern tall ship sailing to remote ports in the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Indonesia and Far East.
The cruise line operates three of the world’s largest and tallest sailing vessels: Star Clipper and Star Flyer are traditional clipper ships with modern amenities carrying 170 guests, while the 227-guest Royal Clipper holds the Guinness World Record for being the largest and only five-masted, full-rigged sailing ship in service today.
All three ships have expansive teak decks, swimming pools, informal dining, convivial tropical bars on deck and piano lounges.