The Quiet Side of the Caribbean

Among the great advantages of sailing with Star Clippers are the off-the-beaten-path destinations. Due to their smaller size and eco-friendly design, our ships are able to pull up to secluded beaches and tender just about anywhere! Here are photos showing Star Clipper approaching a quiet Caribbean beach shared by Wendy Jensen of Star Clippers.











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Ship ahoy: cruising for non-cruise lovers

Nina and Jempi just came off a Leeward Islands sailing on Star Clipper. The duo run the blog Travel Boulevard, whose tagline is "explore the world. and have fun." Here Nina shares the top 7 reasons she believes anyone will become "addicted" to Star Clippers, which she calls a cruise for non-cruise lovers. Enjoy!





Although I had been on a ‘typical’ cruise before there was nothing that could prepare me for the experience of cruising with the Star Clipper...Here are 7 reasons why you too might get addicted to cruising with Star Clippers:



1. It feels like sailing a private yacht (but is so much cheaper)


I once had the chance to talk to Michael Krafft, the owner of the ships, and he told me he wanted to give his passengers the feeling as if they were sailing their private yacht: to be one with the ocean, the ship, the sails and fellow travelers. “Sailing brings people together”, he stated.



When I finally was cruising with Star Clippers myself, I understood what he meant. Star Clipper carries only 170 guests. You’ll never get lost in the crowd, there’s a relaxed atmosphere on board and the other passengers soon become more like friends instead of just fellow-cruisers. You really feel like this is your own private sailing ship, without having to pay a fortune (Star Clipper cruises are very affordable).






2. The ships stop at smaller ports


The ships are smaller so they can stop in ports other cruise chips can’t reach. Think: tropical beaches and small, sleepy islands.



3. There’s no animation team to haunt you


There are no pool games or mister- & miss-cruiseship-contest to keep you busy. But trust me, there are far more exciting things to do on board the Star Clipper.



Think about climbing the ship’s mast or laying in the bow spirit net out in front of the ship, watching the dolphins playing around.






4. You’ll never eat better at sea


I had heard that the food could do with some improvement, but perhaps we had a better chef because the cuisine on our cruise was exquisite. All meals are open seating, the dress code is casual (although during the captain’s evening it’s better if you dress up).



5. You may want to cry (but these are tears of joy)


Imagine traveling half way around the world. Finally you reach your destination: the Star Clipper, waiting for you in a tropical port. The captain and his crew welcome you like you’re their lost and found again friend, and you feel a bit overwhelmed by being on a grand clipper.



It’s already dark when the Star Clipper starts to set sail, and then the music begins: Vangelis soundtrack for ‘Conquest of Paradise, 1492‘...



6. It’s all about romance


Do I really need to explain this one?



It’s the sea, the stunning surroundings, the spectacular sunsets, the stars at night, the clipper, the relaxed atmosphere…






7. It’s a cruise for grownups


...We think kids are great fun and adore them, but if you are a couple looking for a ‘private’ holiday, then this is definitely your kind of cruise.



Our fellow passengers varied in age from 30 till 70, some of them were traveling alone, others with their spouse or friends. We noticed that many passengers were repeat cruisers and/or sailing fanatics.



Did I say there were 7 reasons to go sailing with Star Clippers? Okay, so I lied. There are really 8 reasons I wanted to share with you:






8. Behind Star Clippers is a man with a dream


Meet Mikael Krafft, a Swedish entrepreneur who’s been obsessed with sailing ever since he was a little boy. He was only 6 years old when he worked at a shipyard near Stockholm, and at 12 years he already sailed his 18-foot boat in open seas. When he grew up, he relocated to Belgium in 1986 and became a successful real estate developer.



But his love for the open sea and tall ships never faded. At long last Krafft couldn’t ignore his dream any longer and although people thought he had gone crazy, he took a big risk and began building two tall ships, based on original 19th century drawings but adapted to modern times.



Krafft made his dream come true: Star Flyer and Star Clipper, two four-masted clippers were launched at a Belgian shipyard in 1991 and 1992.



In mid-2000, Krafft launched Royal Clipper, a five-masted clipper inspired by the mythical famed Preussen, a German clipper built in 1902. Royal Clipper is still the largest clipper cruise ship in the world.



I’ve heard that Michael Krafft has plans for building a forth, even more spectacular ship than Royal Clipper. Let’s hope so, I’m sure it will be impressive.



This is an excerpt from Nina's piece that was originally published on Travel Boulevard. To view the article in it's entirety click here.
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From Ship to Ship

Jorge recently sailed on both Royal Clipper and Star Clipper in the Caribbean. As if cruises on both ships weren't enough luck, he was able to catch a rainbow in his photos. Thanks, Jorge, for sharing these great photos.



The Clippers will continue to sail the Caribbean for the next several months before sailing across the Atlantic to spend the summer months in the Mediterranean Sea.














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Star Clipper: an Inside View

Wendy Jensen, Incentive Sales & National Accounts-Midwest for Star Clippers Americas sailed the Caribbean on Star Clipper Dec. 2013. The journey began at Phillipsburg St. Maarten and called at Road Bay, Anguilla; White Bay, B.V.I; Sopers Hole, Tortola; Virgin Gorda, B.V.I.; Basseterre, St. Kitts and Gustavia, St. Barts. Thanks, Wendy, for the photos!


















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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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Rockin' the Ship Part III: Island Hopping

Kevin Wierzbicki writes for antiMusic.com, a site devoted to the rock n roll lifestyle, and like a rockstar he takes to the road quite a bit. For his segment Road Trip: Rockin' Down the Highway he's reviewed concerts and destinations all over, from the World Music Expo in Cardiff, Wales, to Frankfurt Germany's Museum Embankment Festival. Kevin recently sailed on Star Clipper, which he called "The coolest vessel plying the Caribbean..." Read on for Part 3 of his 3-part review!



[caption id="attachment_14146" align="aligncenter" width="450"] Star Clipper at Antigua




Let's wrap up our Caribbean adventure aboard Star Clipper with stops in Antigua, the rarely-visited Iles de Saintes and Guadeloupe. This particular itinerary is so packed with exciting destinations relatively close to each other that no "at sea" days are experienced; passengers will arrive in a different port every day. That means it's a good idea to look at the daily newsletter that'll be delivered to your cabin so you can keep up with what's going on shipboard and when it's happening.



There'll be a couple of opportunities for the daring to climb high up into the ship's rigging (with a safety harness attached) to a "crow's nest" observation platform; this unique activity is limited in number of participants and must be booked in advance. The newsletter will also be a handy reference if you want to take part in things like morning gymnastics and workouts, water gym activities or attend one of the many "story time" sessions led by various crew members. No appointment is needed to get behind the wheel of the Star Clipper and steer her for a bit though; amazingly the ship has an open bridge policy and (with a few exceptions) passengers are welcome to add "sea Captain" to their resume at any time. As to meal times and after dinner entertainment; you'll get the hang of that pretty quick. All of this while you're fantasizing about the next island and the next adventure!



[caption id="attachment_14145" align="aligncenter" width="338"] Sugar Mill at Betty's Hope, Antigua






Shore excursions in Antigua, Guadeloupe and Iles de Saintes are quite varied. In Antigua passengers can take a snorkeling excursion, go on a canopy tour (zip lines) or participate in a yacht race (tons of fun!) For those who've done these things already or those that just want to see more of the island there's a three-hour jeep tour that goes through mountains clad in lush greenery, to Betty's Hope (former sugar plantation) and to a scenic overlook of Falmouth Harbor. The jeep tour also includes samplings of sugarcane and the delicious nectar that's made from it, rum. There is also a mini-mall of sorts near where the excursion begins that's well stocked with souvenirs of all sorts and inexpensive bottles of Antiguan beer.



[caption id="attachment_14144" align="aligncenter" width="450"] Caret Island, Guadeloupe




There are multiple choices for shore excursions on Guadeloupe as well but one of the most popular (be aware this one will sell out) adventures is a boat ride out to tiny Caret Island for a picnic lunch. The boat will stop at a reef for some snorkeling before reaching the islet; there excursion-goers will need to hop into the warm water and wade ashore, a precaution to keep the boat from running aground.



[caption id="attachment_14143" align="aligncenter" width="450"] Fresh coconut!




[caption id="attachment_14142" align="aligncenter" width="450"] Scooters for rent, Iles des Saintes




Once everyone is ashore the crew will start serving rum (and plenty of it) while preparing a lunch that includes freshly chopped coconut, chicken, sweet potatoes and other delights all sourced in Guadeloupe. Beachcombers will find lots of shells and coral pieces here as well. Lastly, the boat will cruise into a cove where mangroves grow and here you may see some local wildlife amongst the flora.



At Iles de Saintes, a multi-island possession of Guadeloupe, Star Clipper will tender at the sleepy fishing village of Le Bourg on the island of Terre de Haut. There are a few places in Le Bourg geared to tourists but you won't find pesky souvenir hawkers or dozens of souvenir stands here. The village is very small and it is quite pleasant to stroll among the homes and shops as the locals go about their business. There are lots of photo opportunities in Le Bourg ranging from a monument to the fishing industry to fishermen themselves to friendly produce vendors. If you'd like to go beyond the village there are places where you can rent bicycles or, more popularly, one of the island's ubiquitous scooters.



[caption id="attachment_14141" align="aligncenter" width="450"] Happy Hour aboard Star Clipper




Alas, all good things come to an end and before you know it your week-long Star Clipper sailing will conclude as she once again moors in St. Maarten. As previously mentioned, there's a post-cruise shore excursion you can take there should you have the time before your flight leaves. If not, you'll certainly be a happy camper (sailor!) as you head to the airport. And your journey home will give you plenty of time to dream about the next time.



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Port Spotlight: Iles des Saintes

Star Clipper will be spending Christmas Eve 2013 at the port of Haute-de-Terre, Iles des Saintes. Iles des Saintes is a small chain of islands nearby Guadeloupe, relatively untouched compared to some of the larger ports. Read on to learn more about this Caribbean gem!



This photo of Terre-de-Haut is courtesy of TripAdvisor



On Dec. 23, 2013, Star Clipper and Royal Clipper will meet in the Caribbean and sail side by side to Cabrits, Dominica. We often share photos of the two sailing together, so this will provide another exciting photo opportunity.



Once the two part ways Star Clipper will continue on to spend Christmas Eve at Terre-de-Haut, the largest and most populous island in the idyllic Iles des Saintes archipelago. When describing Iles des Saintes one guest said,




"Imagine if Disney were asked to create a French/Caribbean island with a fort at the top -- that's what Iles de Saintes is like!"



Ships provide the main entry to Iles des Saintes, which creates a feeling of exclusivity and true adventure! You won't find a large commercial port here, but rather quaint restaurants and shops, and the preserved beauty of the islands.




This photo of Terre-de-Haut is courtesy of TripAdvisor



[caption id="attachment_14091" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Carol & her husband traveling in style.




A great way to see the island is to rent a scooter and head through the hills of Terre-de-Haut, which is exactly what Star Clippers guest Carol Hintermeir and her husband did on their visit. Carol said,"Going up the hills hanging on for dear life was harrowing! The fort and the views were worth it!"



At the peak of the island lies Fort Napoleon, which was destroyed by British soldiers in 1809 and then restored in 1867. The Fort is now a museum dedicated to the history and culture of the archipelago. There are spectacular views of the harbor, and a sweeping garden full of tropical flowers and succulents.



For anyone looking for an authentic and relaxing experience, Iles de Saintes is unrivaled.




This photo of Fort Napoleon is courtesy of TripAdvisor.


This photo of Fort Napoleon is courtesy of TripAdvisor.


This photo of Terre-de-Haut is courtesy of TripAdvisor.


This photo of Terre-de-Haut is courtesy of TripAdvisor.


This photo of Terre-de-Haut is courtesy of TripAdvisor.



Star Clipper will visit Iles de Saintes eight times in the 2013/2014 Caribbean season. Check out our website for upcoming itineraries!
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Rockin' the Ship: Kevin in St. Maarten, Nevis & Dominica

Kevin Wierzbicki writes for antiMusic.com, a site devoted to the rock n roll lifestyle, and like a rockstar he takes to the road quite a bit. For his segment Road Trip: Rockin' Down the Highway he's reviewed concerts and destinations all over, from the World Music Expo in Cardiff, Wales, to Frankfurt Germany's Museum Embankment Festival. Kevin recently sailed on Star Clipper, which he called "The coolest vessel plying the Caribbean..." Read on for an excerpt from Part 1 of his 3-part review!






Star Clipper is a tall ship, a multi-masted clipper that sails under the power of the wind; also often referred to as a mega-yacht, she's big enough to hold 85 cabins (and a whole lot of fun!) Nearly the complete opposite of the cruising experience you get aboard the huge liners, there's no jostling for a place in the buffet line aboard Star Clipper, no one hustling to sell you art or jewelry, and no juddering of massive engines to shake you awake at night. Star Clipper does have engines but she rarely uses them; generally they're only employed when leaving a pier. Otherwise it's all peace and quiet with just the gentle flapping of sails to serenade passengers.



And speaking of sails, passengers can also learn a little bit about how they work; there are plenty of hands-on opportunities to help with the rigging. The authentic sailing adventure is a big part of a voyage aboard Star Clipper but her small size also allows her to go places that the big ships can't, like Iles de Saintes, a rarely-visited territory of Guadeloupe. One of the ship's most popular Caribbean itineraries begins in St. Maarten and includes calls in Nevis, Dominica, Antigua, St. Barts and the aforementioned Iles de Saintes and Guadeloupe.



[caption id="attachment_14008" align="aligncenter" width="450"] Star Clippers Tender Ships




Embarkation is in Philipsburg, St. Maarten, on the Dutch side of the island that also has a French side known as St. Martin. The ride from the airport to where Star Clipper is moored is a fun one; the ship arranges for a shuttle to bring you to the pier and the route goes through the heart of Philipsburg where you'll see the bustling little city at work and play. After you leave the downtown area you'll get a magnificent view of the harbor and the warm Caribbean beyond, a sort of preview of what's in store in the coming days. Tours of the entire island can be arranged on board for the day the cruise ends should you have an outgoing flight that allows you the time, but tonight is for getting to know the Star Clipper. On most cruise ships you'd be lucky to even meet the cruise director but on Star Clipper you'll meet the entire crew, including the Captain, in your first couple of hours on board. Being able to put a name to the faces is a nice thing; after all you'll be seeing these folks a lot! On the first day of this particular itinerary Star Clipper doesn't sail until shortly before dinner time so passengers have plenty of time to chat each other up while sipping cocktails, enjoying the sunset and just generally getting to know their way around. This is also the best time to visit the ship's library where sign-ups for the week's shore excursions (organized tours) are handled. The most exciting part of the evening comes when the ship's sound system plays a dramatic instrumental by Greek composer Vangelis. When the music is heard the crew is hoisting the sails and Star Clipper is leaving port, bound for untold adventure in some distant land. In this case, the enchanting island of Nevis.






As is the case in many of the ports Star Clipper visits, her tender boats are used to get passengers ashore in Charlestown, Nevis (pronounced nee-vis.) Some passengers choose to just hang out in Charlestown but most want to see a bit more of the island and one of the most popular shore excursions is the "Flavors of Nevis" tour. The Flavors tour visits several historic properties that were once sugar plantations where you'll see things like the remains of a 300-year-old windmill, cozy inns housed in restored 18th-century buildings and even the place at Montpelier Plantation where the renowned British flag officer Lord Nelson of the Royal Navy famously married Fanny Nisbet.






Just kicking it in the port city of Cabrits is not too shabby either; here the mountains meet the sea majestically, making the harbor area a perfect spot for daydreaming and watching sailboats come and go. Sometimes Star Clipper even crosses paths with her big sister Royal Clipper here; watching her sail off into the horizon is nothing short of spectacular. But then again, that's an adjective that applies to just about everything on this week-long adventure.






Stay tuned for Part 2 of Kevin's Star Clippers Adventure!



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Words of Wisdom Wednesday




Who could be wiser than Aristotle.



Such a simple but strong message. Don't you agree?
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Star Clipper's Rythmic Sailaway

Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013, Star Clipper bid farewell to Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. This was the final call of the ship's 2013 Mediterranean season, and musicians from the island played Batucada to see the guests and crew off as they began their two week journey across the Atlantic Ocean to the Caribbean Sea.






Batucada is a fast-paced rhythmic performance based in Samba, and the band is called a bateria, which translates to "drum kit" in Spanish and Portuguese. The energy of the bateria was a fantastic and memorable sendoff. We shall see our Mediterranean friends again in the spring. In the meantime the fleet is headed to warmer waters.



The next stop for Star Clipper is Phillipsburg, St. Maarten. As sister ship, Star Flyer spends the majority of the winter season sailing around Costa Rica, Royal Clipper and Star Clipper will explore the Virgin Islands, Antigua, Tortola and Dominica.
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Video: Clipper in the Caribbean

Nick Miller created this must-see video of his family trip on Star Clipper in the Caribbean. He did a fabulous job of capturing the laid back, fun and adventurous spirit of a Star Clippers sailing.



Thanks go out to Mary Miller for posting on Facebook, and Nick for filming and editing this gem!






The Miller family looks like a lot of fun -- we hope to welcome them aboard again soon!



If you have family footage or photos from a Star Clippers journey that you'd like to share:



Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Post to Star Clippers' Facebook.

Contact @StarClipper on Twitter.

Pin 'em up on Star Clippers' Pinterest.



We look forward to hearing from you!
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Aerial View of Star Clipper at the Port of Ibiza

Aerocam productions recently shared this fantastic video of Star Clipper and a few other ships docked at the Port of Ibiza.



Take a look!






Star Clipper will visit Ibiza once more this season Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013, before repositioning to the warm waters of the Caribbean for the winter.
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Happy Columbus Day from Star Clippers




Most Americans learn early that in 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue on the Nina, the Pinta and the Santa Maria and that in the years that followed the Italian explorer sailed island to island around the Caribbean making claims for the Spanish crown.



Today tall ships Star Clipper, Star Flyer and Royal Clipper sail island to island around the same territory bringing adventure to modern-day explorers. Let's take a look at a few of the destinations that we have in common with Christopher Columbus, in his honor.



1st Expedition


On his first expedition Columbus set sail from Palos, Spain, with the three ships under the direction of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella. He landed in the Bahamas and created one of the most famous comedies of error in history when he named the natives Indians, believing he was in India. From there the expedition moved on to circle Cuba and then Hispaniola, which is now Haiti and the Dominican Republic.



Today Star Clippers calls at Santo Domingo, the first city in the Dominican Republic to be established by Europeans. Guests can visit the colonial zone, founded by Bartholomew Columbus, Christopher's brother.







2nd Expedition


On his second trip to the New World Columbus departed from Cadiz, Spain, with 17 ships and 15,000 colonists. They visited the lesser Antilles before landing in Jamaica for the first time in 1494.



Today Star Clippers visits Montego Bay and Port Antonio in Jamaica. Both ports are known for their pristine beaches. Montego Bay is a more bustling attraction with reggae blaring out of shops and restaurants up and down Gloucester Avenue (known as the hip strip) while Port Antonio offers a more laid back island vibe.






3rd Expedition


On his third sailing from Europe to the Caribbean, Columbus headed farther south and initially landed in Trinidad before continuing on to Venezuela and realizing that this was not an island, but an entire continent. Exploration was put off for a later date, and Columbus was sent back to Spain under distress and arrest when the King and Queen learned that the colonies were being mismanaged.



Isla de Margarita is a gateway to Venezuela and South America, located just 25 miles off the coast. The island was once the center for harvesting egg-sized pearls. Today Star Clippers guests enjoy the modernity of the port as a shopping mecca mixed with the nostalgic colonial charm.



4th Expedition


On his 4th expedition Columbus was looking to re-establish his reputation. He got together four ships in 1502 and took to the sea. Still hoping to find a trade route he sailed farther west until arriving at Honduras. From there he moved south down the coast exploring the rough Central American landscape. This was his last trip to the new world, and at this point in history other European explorers were taking lead. On his way back east his ship marooned in Jamaica, and Columbus was forced to return to Spain.



During his time in Central America, Columbus navigated Panama. Today Star Clippers visit several posts in the country that's famous for finally opening a route through Central America. The San Blas Islands in Panama are particularly special because they've been able to maintain indigenous culture and natural beauty more than most other Caribbean and Central American destinations due to their rough coastline that discouraged early settlers like Columbus from building.



For a full list of Star Clippers Caribbean destinations, take a look through our digital brochure, or request a copy in the mail.



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Q & A with Mike from BlackBlueGreen

According to their site, BlackBlueGreen, Mike is a photographer and a journalist and Véronique is trying to be one. Véronique is a hippie and a professional tourist and Mike is trying to be one.



Last spring the two sailed the Caribbean on Star Clipper, and came back with some amazing photos and stories. We caught up with them recently and asked a few questions. We previously posted Véronique's quick interview, now here's Mike.






Star Clippers: What's your favorite memory from your Star Clippers sailing?


Mike: the sunset moment when the two of us were laying in the net at the bowsprit.










Star Clippers: Did you learn anything about sailing?


Mike: I have been sailing on 35 ft yachts for many years, and it is good to see how here, too, you can feel the effect of the wind.



Star Clippers: What was your favorite Caribbean port?


Mike: Iles de Saintes (he and Véronique agreed on this)



Star Clippers: If you two were to join the crew, what would you do and why?


Mike: ship’s photographer! (job to be created)






Star Clippers: Why did you choose to feature Star Clippers?


Mike: For me it was all about the authentic feeling of being at sea, not in floating resort.



Mike and Véronique took the lovely photos in this post. For a more complete look at their portfolio please visit www.louagie.be
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In Watercolor: Royal Clipper in the Caribbean

Talented artist John D. Benson was so kind to share his watercolors inspired by a Caribbean sailing on Royal Clipper.



Prints can be purchased on his website, john-d-benson.artistwebsites.com.



[caption id="attachment_13456" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Royal Clipper Leaving St. Lucia








[caption id="attachment_13457" align="aligncenter" width="550"] St. Lucia




[caption id="attachment_13455" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Rawlins Plantation Inn




[caption id="attachment_13454" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Nelson Dockyard Antigua




[caption id="attachment_13453" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Iles Des Saints




[caption id="attachment_13452" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Barbados Promenade




[caption id="attachment_13451" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Barbados Bathsheba




[caption id="attachment_13450" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Balata, Matinique




[caption id="attachment_13458" align="aligncenter" width="345"] Ship's Tackel




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Star Clippers is on Pinterest!




We've got so many great photos from guests and crew that we wanted to put them all in one place.



If you're already pinning check out our boards!



If you're not yet on Pinterest you should sign up. It's free and easy and a great place to reminisce, daydream or plan your next trip, whether it be in the Enchanting Eastern Mediterranean or sailing aboard Clippers in the Caribbean.
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Royal Clipper Postcard from Dominica

Here's another great shot from Star Clippers guest Carol Hintermeier of Royal Clipper at port in Dominica.



This trip was so amazing! We are trying to work out a trip on the Royal Clipper to bring our 2 daughters, 23 & 26, next year. I've attached the photo. We just can't wait to go again!





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The Sun Sets Over Royal Clipper

Carol Hansen submitted this beautiful photo of Royal Clipper sailing into the sunset, taken from Star Clipper Dec. 14, 2012. Star Clipper and Royal Clipper met Southwest of Iles de Saintes and sailed side by side to Cabrits, Dominica.



Thanks, Carol!



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Sunsets Over the Caribbean Sea

Dominique and Philippe snapped these beautiful photos on their Star Clipper Caribbean sailing in November.






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Beautiful Postcards from a Caribbean Sailing

Here are some photos from guests Dominique and Philippe taken on their fabulous Star Clipper Caribbean sailing this past season.



[caption id="attachment_12592" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Philipsburg, St. Maarten.




[caption id="attachment_12593" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Philipsburg, St. Maarten.








[caption id="attachment_12594" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Nevis.




[caption id="attachment_12595" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Nevis.




[caption id="attachment_12596" align="aligncenter" width="550"] St. Barts.




[caption id="attachment_12597" align="aligncenter" width="550"] St. Barts.




[caption id="attachment_12598" align="aligncenter" width="550"] St. Barts.




[caption id="attachment_12599" align="aligncenter" width="550"] St. Barts.







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