Star Clippers is making a tall ship sailing vacation a more affordable option for solo travelers by waiving the single-supplement fee on seven sailings in November and December 2013. In addition to the fee waiver, singles also can take advantage of savings of up to 66 percent off the brochure fare plus a complimentary one-category cabin upgrade - offers typically not available to single cruisers.
The eligible dates are Royal Clipper's November 23, 2013, sailing; Star Clipper's December 14 and 21 cruises and Star Flyer's November 24 and December 15, 22 and 29 departures. Fares begin at $1,385 per person for a single in a double cabin, including the savings. Because each sailing has limited space for singles and the offer is capacity controlled, singles should book now to take advantage of the savings.
Sailing roundtrip Barbados November 23, Royal Clipper's seven-night itinerary calls at St. Lucia, Dominica, Antigua, St. Kitts, Iles des Saintes and Martinique. On the December 14 departure, Star Clipper sails roundtrip St. Maarten on a seven-night cruise with calls at Anguilla, the British Virgin Islands, St. Kitts and St. Barts. Star Clipper's December 21 seven-night Leeward Islands itinerary also sails roundtrip St. Maarten and visits Nevis, Dominica, Iles de Saintes, Guadeloupe, Antigua and St. Barts.
Star Flyer's seven-night Costa Rica sailings are roundtrip from Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica, and showcase the region’s landscapes and wildlife. The November 24 itinerary sails from Balboa, Panama, to Puerto Caldera with calls at Isla Iguana, Isla Parida, Panama, and Golfito, Drake Bay, Isla del Caño (evening scenic sailing), Quepos and National Reserve of Curu/Isla Tortugas, Costa Rica. The December 15 and 29 Costa Rica and Nicaragua route calls at San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua, and Playa del Coco, National Park Santa Rosa, Flamingo Beach and National Reserve of Curu/Isla Tortugas, Costa Rica. The Dec. 22 Costa Rica and Panama itinerary calls at Isla Parida, Golfito, Drake Bay, Quepos and National Reserve of Curu/Isla Tortugas with sailing around Isla del Caño.
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