Introduction

As the name suggests, Star Flyer is both a shining example to other ships of her kind and a vessel that cuts through the water with all the grace of a bird in full flight. She may well be a carbon copy of her sister Star Clipper, but she still offers her own style and character to anyone who steps aboard.

If you’re taken by the spectacle and grandeur associated with the art of traditional sailing, but want to spend your holiday in the comfortable and luxurious confines offered by a conventional cruise, then a trip aboard Star Flyer is exactly what you are looking for. Her undeniably classical characteristics are a nod of appreciation to her predecessors, whilst her advanced navigation systems and refined finish prove she is by no means outdated.

With amble outdoor space for a full capacity of 170 guests and sizeable cabins, complete with all the mod-cons, you will never feel cramped aboard this excellent ship. In fact, because we abolish any rigid schedules or clothing and dining restrictions, you will feel as liberated as ever as the salty sea breeze rushes through your hair.

The general atmosphere is akin to that found on a private yacht, as everyone comes together to share their excitement for the adventures that await. Solitude can still be found however, either in the comfort of your personal stateroom or whilst immersed in a book from the onboard library.

The resplendent décor is appropriately finished with paintings of famous ships which again reflect the vintage nautical nature of this wonderful vessel. It’s easy to see the influence of Star Clippers’ heritage and the teak decks along with the warm mahogany rails complement everything perfectly.

When you are not discovering new lands, there is plenty to do whilst on board the decks of Star Flyer. There’s the option to take a cooling dip in one of two swimming pools, or find a tall glass of refreshment in the outdoor Tropical Bar. You can sample the delicious menu that’s been lovingly prepared by the chef, as you take your seat in the opulent Clipper Dining Room, or just simply relax in the peaceful surroundings of the indoor Piano Bar.

Our Star Flyer cruises sail to the Panama Canal, Cuba, the Western Mediterranean and the Caribbean, so book yours today and discover a new way to see the world in style.

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Main Info
  • Children Not allowed
  • Nursery -
  • Smoking Some
  • Style Premium
  • Decks4
  • Cabins85
  • Size Boutique
  • Ship Type Ocean
  • Wheelchair Cabins-
  • Crew Members75
  • Launch Year1991
  • CurrencyUSD
Unique Features

Star Clipper and her sister ship Star Flyer boasts a traditional four-masted sailing ship design. Offering modern cruising facilities that will please passengers from all over the world, they have a distinctly luxury feel despite their smaller size.

Age Restriction

Children are welcome onboard Star Clippers cruises. While there is no structure programme providing supervision and care for young children, they are invited to participate in shipboard activities suited to their ability. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Children occupying cabins as the third person will be charged the third person rate when availability permits.

Dress Code

Attire is a matter of your own personal good taste. In the evening, gentlemen should wear a shirts with collars and sleeves; jackets are optional.

Fire Safety

While the ship was constructed with modern materials, that are either fire-retardant or flame-proof, fire remains a risk aboard any vessel. Please observe some simple safety rules:

  • Do not smoke inside your cabin
  • Do not throw cigarette butts overboard
  • Do not light candles, oil lights or similar devices in your cabin

Lifeboat Drills

International Maritime Law requires a lifeboat drill to take place at the beginning of each cruise. All guests must attend this compulsory and important exercise. During the drill, all ship’s services will be suspended.

Your assigned lifeboat station, the location of life jackets and the signal for lifeboat and fire drills are clearly explained on the emergency card posted on your cabin’s door. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the safety instructions it contains. When the alarm is sounded, put on your life jacket according to the instructions given over the public address system. An officer will direct you to your boat station, answer any questions you might have and check that your jacket is properly secured.

Your close attention during this drill is of paramount importance for your safety.

Lost & Found
On the last night of your cruise, we suggest you do a full review of your belongings. Check in the safe, under your bed, in the closet and drawers to ensure everything has been packed. Star Clippers cannot be held responsible for items left onboard.
Medical Services
A Registered Nurse is either on staff or is available from shore. In addition, the ship’s officers are qualified in administering first aid. Should a passenger require hospital treatment, the ship is almost always near a medical facility on shore. Passengers requiring prescription medicine are advised to bring them onboard. Only over-the-counter medications are available at the Sloop Shop.
Safety Rules

It is essential that you take certain precautions while onboard. Here are some basic rules:

  • Use appropriate ashtrays for cigarette butt ends and used matches. Do not throw cigarettes or cigars over the side of the ship; if blown back onto the ship, they may cause a fire. Never smoke in your cabin.
  • Walk, never run, and be especially careful on wet or slippery decks.
  • Ladies are advised to wear low-heeled shoes, especially on deck.
  • Children must not be allowed to run or play unattended on deck, in corridors, on stairways, or near the swimming pool

In the event of rough weather:

  • Do not stroll about the ship unnecessarily
  • Hold on to hand rails in passageways and stairways
  • Doors should be latched during heavy seas. Use the handles and never hold onto a door by its frame as the ship’s movement may cause it to close on your hand.
  • If there is unsecured baggage in your cabin, call your steward for assistance
  • Secure items in your bathroom and on your bureau
Smoking Policy
Passengers can smoke in designated areas on deck.
Deck Plans
Commodore Deck

  • Category 3 Cabins 
  • Category 4 Cabins
  • Category 5 Cabins 
  • Category 6 Cabins

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Clipper Deck

  • Dining Room
  • Conference Room
  • Shop
  • Purser's Office
  • Owner's Cabin
  • Category 2 Cabins 
  • Category 3 Cabins 
  • Category 5 Cabins

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Main Deck

  • Library
  • Tropical Bar 
  • Piano Bar 
  • Bridge 
  • Category 1 Cabins

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Sun Deck

  • Pools
  • Category 1 Cabins

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Accomodation
Owner's Cabin

This Owner's Cabin feature a double bed, sitting area, miniar, and a marble lined bathroom with whirlpool. Each cabins include air conditioning, hair dryers, private safe, television, DVD player, telephone and other amenities an experienced traveller has come to expect.

Category 1 Cabins

Category 1 cabins feature two lower beds converting to double bed, minibar, and marble lined bathroom with whirlpool bath. These cabins' doors open onto deck. Each cabins include air conditioning, hair dryers, private safe, television, DVD player, telephone and other amenities an experienced traveller has come to expect.

Category 2 Cabins

Category 2 cabins feature twin/double/triple beds, and marble lined bathroom with shower. Each cabins include air conditioning, hair dryers, private safe, television, DVD player, telephone and other amenities an experienced traveller has come to expect.

Category 3 Cabins

Category 3 cabins feature twin/double/triple beds, and a marble lined bathroom with shower. Each cabins include air conditioning, hair dryers, private safe, television, DVD player, telephone and other amenities an experienced traveller has come to expect.

Category 4 Cabins

Category 4 cabins feature twin/double/triple beds, and a marble lined bathroom with shower. Each cabins include air conditioning, hair dryers, private safe, television, DVD player, telephone and other amenities an experienced traveller has come to expect.

Category 5 Cabins

Available in inside or outside, these cabins feature raised twin/double/triple beds, and a marble lined bathroom with shower. Each cabins include air conditioning, hair dryers, private safe, television, DVD player, telephone and other amenities an experienced traveller has come to expect.

Category 6 Cabins

Category 6 cabins feature upper/lower beds and a bathroom with shower. Each cabins include air conditioning, hair dryers, private safe, television, DVD player, telephone and other amenities an experienced traveller has come to expect.

Entertainment

Up on deck, a couple watches the sun drop slowly into the sea as gulls circle one last time in the sky. Newly formed friends stand in the Piano Bar; deep in conversation and occasionally breaking into song when the chance presents itself.

In the Tropical Bar, a delicious cocktail is being prepared for an awaiting guest as they imagine tasting its cooling properties whilst the barman shakes together the contents. Other guests sit in the library, engrossed in their new favourite book, whilst many more are laughing and joking at the pool side. Could there be anything more relaxing than this?

It’s clear to see that this is a cruise ship like no other. On a Star Clippers cruise you are not restricted to enforced schedules, nor are you expected to follow anyone’s lead but your own. Your days, evenings and nights are yours to spend however you wish and nobody will tell you otherwise.

Upon docking at certain ports, local performers may be brought on board for your entertainment. This presents the perfect opportunity for you to immerse yourself in different cultures and enjoy an authentic taste of the arts and music from various different countries.

Get to know your fellow shipmates, who are likely to share the same passion for sailing as you do, whilst music from tropical lands fills your eardrums courtesy of the live band playing in the background.

The captain’s daily briefings should not be missed as they offer both intriguing stories and interesting information; while the ability of the crew to conjure up light-hearted fun makes your time with Star Clippers all the more enjoyable. The Knot tying and navigation classes that also take place give us a chance to show you what we have gleaned from many years of Star Clippers’ sailing heritage.

In fact, we have it on good authority from our passengers that it is the easy-going informality of a Star Clippers cruise that makes their time spent with us such a memorable and pleasurable experience.

Sloop Shop

It is located on the Clipper Deck aft of the Dining Room. Head here when you need toothpaste, sunscreen, Internet & WiFi cards and all those other day-to-day items you can't do without. There is also a tasteful selection of cruise wear, souvenirs and gifts. If you need something and you don't see it displayed, please ask. They might just have it.

Onboard Entertainment

If your time isn't taken up by searching out distant lands from the crow’s nest or enjoying a lovingly prepared meal in the dining room; you can always take a seat in the Observation Lounge, find solitude in the Library, enjoy a drink in the Tropical Bar, or enjoy some live music in the Piano Bar.