Star Flyer Will Sail Full 2019-2020 Season Out of St. Maarten

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Star Clippers announced its ship, the Star Flyer, will sail the entire 2019-2020 season out of St. Maarten. Between December 2019 and March 2020, it will make 13 departures for itineraries of seven, 11 and 14 nights.

This upcoming 2018-2019 season Star Clippers will offer 37 departures throughout the Caribbean. Its ships, Royal Clipper and Star Flyer, will offer itineraries of between seven and 14-nights, calling on destinations like St. Maarten, Dominica, St. Kitts, Guadeloupe, St. Barts, BVI and Anguilla.

Select departures this season will also offer complimentary two-night stays at hotels in Barbados or St. Maarten. Passengers aboard the 11-night Montego Bay to Barbados itinerary or the Windward and Grenadine Islands sailing receive a two-night stay at the Accra Beach Hotel & Spa in Christchurch, Barbados. Guests on certain 14-night Panama and seven-night Treasure and Leeward Island trips may choose to add a two-night stay at the Holland House beach hotel in Philipsburg, St. Maarten. Star Clippers will also waive the single supplement fee for solo passengers sailing on Star Flyer or Royal Clipper.

Star Clippers offers voyages to the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Indonesia and Far East. It sails three of the largest sailing ships in the world, including the Guinness World Record-holding Royal Clipper. Star Clippers will roll out its newest ship, Flying Clipper, later this year.

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