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Escape to the Caribbean in Exquisite Style with Star Clippers and Receive Two Hotel Nights Free

Star Clippers is offering 34 departures in the Caribbean from December 2019 through March 2020. Two ships—Royal Clipper and Star Flyer—call on the islands of St. Maarten, Barbados and Antigua as well as lesser-known gems such as Isles de Saintes, Nevis, Dominica and Anguilla.

Travelers who want to extend their Caribbean getaway before or after sailing can take advantage of a complimentary two-night hotel stay plus breakfast and transfers in either Barbados or St. Maarten on select 2019-2020 departures.

Guests booking select seven-night Windward Island and Grenadine Island sailings, seven-night Antigua to Barbados, and the 16-night Barbados to Lisbon ocean crossing on board the Royal Clipper receive two complimentary nights at the Accra Beach Hotel & Spa, a full service resort in Christchurch, Barbados.

Guests who book select 14-night Panama and seven-night Treasure and Leeward Island itineraries will receive a two-night stay at the charming Holland House beach hotel in downtown Philipsburg, St. Maarten.

Sailing rates start at $1,440 per person, based on double occupancy; the hotel package constitutes a $600 value.

Visiting the Caribbean on board a clipper ship is a unique and unrivaled experience. These ships are true sailing vessels, using wind power whenever possible to navigate between islands. Gliding into port under full sail is a thrilling experience, and one that allows guests to imagine what it must have been like for the early explorers who arrived in this exotic region on very similar vessels (minus, of course, the onboard luxuries like a full-service spa and multiple swimming pools). And while larger cruise ships disembark their passengers into busy ports filled with aggressive tourist shops, Star Clippers ships cast anchor in remote harbors populated with local businesses and housing private yachts. Small tender boats take guests to and from shore—often to visit charming towns or off-the-beaten-path beaches where it’s not unusual to be one of only a handful of snorkelers or sunbathers.

Source: Star Clippers 


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