Built in Belgium in 1992, the Star Clipper was one of cruising's first purpose-built classic sailing ships. The clipper-style barquentine is a beutiful sight to behold when cruising under full sails.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
Debbie 54 5 Treasure Islands5 users found this review helpful.
The Star Clipper is a very nice ship, and the Captain did an excellent job sailing it. Watching the sails go up and being on deck was an awesome experience. The staff were mostly very fun and...read more
Ellen Brandenburg 66 2 Leeward Island Caribbean58 users found this review helpful.
My husband and I and another couple chose this cruise because we love to sail and liked the idea of a smaller ship. (In fact, we would never go on a huge cruise ship, preferring the ambiance of a...read more
Kristina Trowbridge 50ish 15 Mayan Caribbean15 users found this review helpful.
NOTE : There is an extensive photo album that accompanies this review that may be viewed at http://www.winwinvacations.com Star Clipper and her sister ship Star Flyer are...read more
46 to 55 11 to 20 The Grenadines18 users found this review helpful.
We sailed on this lovely sailing vessel over Christmas 1998. The ship is in good condition. The cabins are very small but there was plenty of room to store our belongings. We chose this...read more
49 13 Caribbean Treasure Islands25 users found this review helpful.
A fun ship. Good food great crew, remote private beaches with lots of water sports. Cabin was small but very comfortable. Our favorite cruise and we will be back next year. Note there...read more
52 1 Southern Cydades86 users found this review helpful.
My wife, two teenage daughters, and I sailed on the June 19, 2004 Southern Cyclades cruise on the Star Flyer. As a novice cruiser, I can’t compare...read more
51 4 Southern Caribbean26 users found this review helpful.
My wife and I had a wonderful experience aboard the Star Clipper. A small sail ship has its advantages over a larger cruise ship because the crew and...read more
Doug Eads, Contributing Editor
n/a 35 Southern Caribbean14 users found this review helpful.
"The captain of a ship is lord paramount. He may stand no watch at all, come and goes when he pleases, is accountable to no one, and must be obeyed in all...read more