Words of Wisdom




That's as good a reason as any to travel!



If your routine has got you down how about sailing away and leaving it behind?



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Words of Wisdom Wednesday




April 23, 1564 is generally agreed to be William Shakespeare's date of birth, which makes the master playwright 450 years old!



Isn't it remarkable that his wisdom is still relevant today?



Part of the wonder of sailing from port to port is connecting with the humbling greatness of nature. Do you have a port that you found to have spectacular natural beauty? Let us know in the comments below.
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Words of Wisdom Wednesday

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Words of Wisdom Wednesday




Eric Hansen is an author and travel writer best known for Stranger in the Forest, Motoring with Mohammed, Orchid Fever, and The Bird Man and the Lap Dancer. His articles have appeared in the New York Times, Travel + Leisure, Conde Nast Traveler, Outside Magazine, Men's Journal, and Natural History Magazine. Learn more here.



What compels you to travel? Let us know in the comments below!
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Did you know that Dr. Seuss would have been 110 years old this month?



His zany words of wisdom are still relevant and continue to inspire generations.
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As our Caribbean season winds to a close we're looking back on long beach days with nothing but beautiful weather and a good book and relaxing days resting in the bowsprit net. Soon it's on to the Mediterranean!



What's your favorite way to vacation? Do you prefer to relax or to be on the move?
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Star Clippers Words of Wisdom Wednesday

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Star Clippers Words of Wisdom Wednesday




What's the most fantastic thing you've seen or learned while traveling? Let us know in the comments below!
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Words of Wisdom Wednesday




"Come sail away, come sail away, come sail away with me,

Come sail away, come sail away, come sail away with me,

Come sail away, come sail away, come sail away with me"


-Styx



It doesn't get much simpler than that! What's your favorite sailing song?
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Do you have a passion for travel?



Do you prefer an urban setting like Rome, Italy, or would you rather roam the more remote roads on Star Clippers' destinations like Patmos, Greece?
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Star Clippers Words of Wisdom Wednesday




Mahatma Gandhi said, "There is more to life than increasing its speed." Slow down, lower your sails and enjoy the world from the bowsprit net.



For more words of wisdom and sailing inspiration visit Star Clippers' favorite travel quotes board on Pinterest.
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Star Clippers Words of Wisdom Wednesday




English novelist Simon Raven said, "Life is short and the world is wide."



Why not see all that you can see?



Star Clippers sail through the Caribbean and Mediterranean seas, visiting ports that are often inaccessible to larger ships. Along the way you can climb the mast to get a particularly unique vantage point of the wide world around you.



For more words of wisdom and sailing inspiration visit Star Clippers' favorite travel quotes board on Pinterest.
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Sure, travel is a metaphor in this quote, but we think the quote is true literally and metaphorically, don't you?
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Star Clippers Words of Wisdom Wednesday




"Live, travel, adventure, bless and don't be sorry." -Jack Kerouac



"On the Road" by Jack Kerouac is widely considered one of the most wanderlust-inspiring novels published. Kerouac has inspired generations to travel, whether by plane, train, road or ship.



Have you been inspired to travel by Kerouac's work? Or is there another author who made you want to see the world? Let us know in the comments!
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Star Clippers guests are a special breed. We sail with ships full of movers, shakers and makers who make the world a reality.
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Star Clippers Words of Wisdom Wednesday




Franklin D. Roosevelt was the 32nd President of the United States, and the only one to serve four terms.
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Jason Mraz is a Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter.
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Star Clippers Words of Wisdom Wednesday!




Webb Chiles is a writer and sailor, or as he put it himself (in the third person):







Webb Chiles is a writer and a sailor, an artist of words and wind. Married six times, he lived with passion on land as well as water and at one time liked to believe himself an artist of women, too, but this may have been a delusion. As a writer: seven books and hundreds of articles published. As a sailor: five circumnavigations and several world records; and long ago he became the first American to sail alone around Cape Horn. He wanted to live an epic life. Perhaps he did. Spend some time and decide for yourself.



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