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Star Clippers is celebrating the 2024 Wave Season by offering passengers air credits and complimentary onboard credit per cabin on all three of their tall ships.

Those booking a select sailing onboard Star Clipper and Star Flyer will receive $240 in air credits pp, and $200 onboard credit per cabin. Booking select sailings onboard the line’s largest tall ship, Royal Clipper, comes with $124 in air credits along with the $200 per cabin onboard credit. Onboard credit can be used for purchasing drinks, massages, Wi-Fi packages, clothing and other items from the Sloop Shop, or to book excursions. Air credit can be used to purchase flights with Star Clippers or can be used as a discount off the cruise fare.

The offer is valid for residents of North, Central and South America only, and cruises must be booked by March 31, 2024.

Catch the Wave to the Mediterranean and the Caribbean

Romance in the Bowsprit net, off the coast of Costa Rica.

The 2024 Wave Season offer is good on more than 90 sailings through October 2025, and includes Mediterranean destinations like the idyllic Greek Islands, storied Rome and the Amalfi Coast, stunning Spain and the Balearic Islands, or the chic French and Italian Rivieras.

For closer-to-home getaways, travelers can choose from Caribbean sailings on Star Flyer roundtrip from St. Maarten to the tropical treasures of the British Virgin Islands, St. Barths, Antigua and more, or Central America sailings on Star Clipper along the gorgeous Pacific coast of Costa Rica with ports of call in Panama. One of the most coveted sailings—a 14-day Transatlantic sailing on Royal Clipper departing Barbados on March 15, 2025—is on offer, as well several Caribbean sailings in the Leeward and Windward Islands.

Star Clippers operates three of the world’s largest and tallest sailing vessels: Star Clipper and Star Flyer are traditional clipper ships with modern amenities carrying 166 guests each, while the 227-guest Royal Clipper holds the Guinness World Record for being the largest and only five-masted, full-rigged sailing ship in service today. All three ships have expansive teak decks, swimming pools, informal dining, convivial tropical bars on deck and piano lounges

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