Star Clippers: Yoga At Sea

Find your center and listen to your breath, with complimentary yoga on board select Star Clippers sailings on all three ships in 2016. The yoga classes will be open to all guests and all fitness levels, and are offered on a complimentary basis. The classes will be available in the mornings and afternoons, contingent on the port schedules. Yoga focuses on strength training and flexibility, and is an incredible benefit to your body, especially while traveling.



 


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Star Clippers: Perfect for the Entire Family

Traveling around the world with parents, siblings, kids, grandkids, and assorted family members can be an enriching assortment of shared experiences. What better way to experience the world then on a small luxury sailing ship?

On Star Clippers guests of all ages will find their happy place aboard. There are no rigid schedule and no overwhelming sense that there’s not enough time. Families can fill their day with activities or nothing at all. The Captain’s daily briefing on deck is wonderfully informative and a chance to hear some great story telling from our enthusiastic leaders. And there are events and activities for the whole family, such as knot tying, navigation classes, athletics, lounging on the net, and climbing the mast.

Plan your next multigenerational trip on a Star Clippers ship!

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Star Clippers: Complimentary Photography Classes

Are you traveling on the Star Clipper next week in the Caribbean?



Check out complimentary lectures onboard with award winning photographer David Handschuh. David's been nominated for a Pulitzer Prize three times and he’s traveled from North Pole to South Pole, scuba diving in a fjord above the Arctic Circle and tenting overnight in Antarctica. David lectures around the world on photojournalism, newspaper work, food and cocktail photography and travel photography.



Onboard he will be share his passion for capturing images and help passengers improve the quality of their photographs on land and sea, which include advanced techniques for camera enthusiasts and watching light.

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Star Clippers: Message in a Bottle

One of the many great traditions on our Atlantic Ocean Crossings is dropping a message in a bottle. On December 16, 2015, Mike Ley found one of our MIB about 58 miles south of the Malaquite Visitors Center on Padre Island National Seashore (PINS) in South Texas. This is the 7th MIB that him and his wife have found! The coordinates show that the MIB was dropped by a Star Clipper passenger east of Puerto Rico on November 9, 2011. So cool!



We are all wishing you great adventures for 2016, fair winds and following seas ahead!

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Royal Clipper at Hvar, Croatia, by Holger Leue.
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[caption id="attachment_16565" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Photo by Heidi Sarna.


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