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Star Flyer

For a unique cruising experience, look no further than the Star Flyer, one of Star Clipper’s fleet of three ships. Combining the elegant exterior of a Clipper ship- complete with crisps white sails, polished brass and glossy wood- and a luxuriously finished interior, guests can sit back and relax as they enjoy a holiday akin to travelling on a private yacht. Even better, with a capacity of only 170 passengers, you’ll feel well and truly pampered by the dedicated and experienced staff onboard.

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Ship Stats and Features

Year Entered Service 1991
Tonnage 2298
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins 0
Number Of Decks 4
Number Of Elevators 0
Number Of Pools 3
Number Of Restaurants 1
Maximum Capacity 170
Crew 70
Refurbished 2014

Ship Facilities

The opulent Clipper Dining Room is the perfect setting to enjoy a delicious meal on Star Flyer. Beginning with a continental spread or hot breakfast in the morning and ending with beautifully presented and exquisite tasting dishes carefully prepared by experienced chefs, each and every guest will be delighted by the extensive menu available. What’s more, there is no dress code or set dining times, meaning that you can enjoy your meal in a relaxed and casual atmosphere.

The two main socialising spaces onboard Star Flyer are the Tropical Bar- an outside area providing beautiful views as the ship makes its journey- and the peaceful Piano Bar. Both bars are ideal places to relax during the day, enjoy an aperitif before dinner or simply kick back in the evening after a busy day exploring the exciting destinations.

When you’re not discovering some of the most beautiful destinations in the world during your cruise, you’ll be able to explore the decks of Star Flyer. Including two small swimming pools, there are no end of ways to spend your time onboard the ship.

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