Cannes to Rome on Star Clipper
A true clipper ship, the Star Clipper reflects her proud heritage in every inch of polished brass.
The ship is intimate, with room for just 170 passengers, but spacious accommodations and expansive teak decks provide ample space for relaxation or recreation. Lounge at the indoor-outdoor Tropical Bar and Piano Bar or curl up in front of the fireplace in the Edwardian-style library. Antique prints and paintings of famous sailing ships please the eye, while teak and gleaming mahogany rails are richly reminiscent of Star Clippers' proud nautical heritage.
All cabins have marble-lined bathrooms with showers and include double or twin beds that can be converted to queen-size beds. Also included are a television with in-house video, direct dial telephone and hair dryer.
The brainchild of Swedish entrepreneur, Mikael Krafft, Star Clippers operates three of the largest barquentine and full-rigged sailing ships in the world. Star Clipper, Star Flyer and flagship, Royal Clipper are a triumvirate of four and five-masted sailing ships that offer the activities, amenities and atmosphere of a private yacht at a price which is often less than one would pay on a large, mass-marketed cruise ship. With Star Clippers, Mikael Krafft has realized his lifelong dream to provide a unique sailing experience for his passengers in full harmony with the environment, the sea and often away from ports congested with tourists.
|3||L'ile Rousse - Corsica, France|
|4||Ajaccio, Corsica - France|
|5||Bonifacio - Corsica, France|
|6||East Corsica (beach), France|
|6||Bastia (old town), Corsica - France|
|7||Portoferraio - Elba, Italy|
|8||Civitavecchia (Port for Rome), Italy|