Star Clippers

Star Clippers will sail in Indonesian waters for the first time next year with the company giving groups a choice of six new itineraries to explore south east Asia.

The company is offering a choice of 19 departures between 6th May and 14th October 2017, with options for seven, ten, 11 and 14 night sailings, including from Bali and Singapore.

Itinerary highlights

Itinerary highlights include visiting the bustling streets and markets of Indonesian towns and villages, as well as viewing the world’s largest living species of lizards, the Komodo Dragons, which live on Indonesia’s island and grow up to a length of three metres.

A port call to the village of Wera will give groups the opportunity to see the traditional Indonesian sailing ship, the pinisi, being made and sailed, with its towering twin masts, streamlined wooden hull and seven sails.

An optional excursion to Mount Bromo, a 2,329 metre high active volcano in East Java, a visit to the Pura Ulun Danu Bratan water temple on Bali and a chance to visit Pulau Satonda, a natural volcanic island off the northern coast of Sumbawa, which was formed by a volcanic eruption on the sea floor millions of years ago, will also form part of the itineraries for next year.

The tours will also provide a complimentary water sports offer. Groups can enjoy snorkelling, kayaking and canoeing off one of the many beaches and islands which are included in the itineraries. 


Star Clippers currently operates three sailing vessels, the Star Flyer, the Star Clipper and the Royal Clipper.

Each ship features a swimming pool, an expansive teak deck, informal dining and multiple bars.

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