Launched in 2001 using a half-finished hull built in Poland, the Royal Clipper has five masts with up to 42 sails - creating a total sail area of 54,000 sq. ft. The 5,051 gt tall ship accommodates 228 lucky passengers.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
Jim Hebert 58 2 Windward Islands134 users found this review helpful.
Our March 2009 Caribbean cruise on the SPV ROYAL CLIPPER was a delightful experience that exceeded our expectations. The ship is beautiful, the crew extremely friendly, professional, and helpful,...read more
41 to 50 2nd Cruise Western Mediterranean40 users found this review helpful.
Let me congratulate Star Clippers for this new sailing ship. Its beauty is absolutely beyond any comparison. Everywhere we went on our seven days cruise there were people looking...read more
55 12 Southern Caribbean87 users found this review helpful.
Summary: Big sailing ship - not a hotel. With all the trimmings of a cruise without the annoyances. Biggest sailing cruise ship in the world - certainly bigger than any plying the...read more
59 10 Southern Caribbean72 users found this review helpful.
Royal Clipper Barbados, St. Lucia, Terre de Haut (Iles des Saintes), Dominica, Antigua. St. Kitts, Martinique, Barbados After numerous cruises to the Western...read more
49 14 Southern Caribbean58 users found this review helpful.
We have cruised about a dozen times before, on the large cruise ships of Carnival, Royal Caribbean, Princess, Norwegian, and Celebrity. We were intrigued with taking a cruise on a...read more
Bob Shaugnessy n/a n/a Eastern Mediterranean60 users found this review helpful.
We reserved the owner’s cabin 001, approximately 18 months earlier After the ship departed Istanbul we returned to our cabin and discovered a fowl smell. The odor was similar to a...read more