At 360 feet long and 220 feet tall, the barquentine clipper ship Star Flyer is a sight to behold under sail.
It takes three officers and over two dozen crew to manage the sixteen sails aboard Star Flyer, one of the three clipper ships in
Repair jobs on a ship this size require lots of crew coordination...
And a very powerful sewing machine.
Throughout the week, Captain Jürgen Müller-Cyran offers lectures on the history of clipper ships and the America's Cup; passenge
To honor the tradition of clipper ships, the cruise itinerary includes several chances to experience the ship as sailors may hav
To navigating with a sextant...
To teaching knots and splices, the crew aims to provide a complete and genuine clipper ship experience.
Life on board Star Flyer is both fun and relaxing. Morning aerobics take on a new meaning as the "gym" floor rocks and rolls ben
Throughout the day, there is plenty of time to chat with new friends and bask in the sun, surrounded by beautifully maintained t
Every morning, Star Flyer enters a new port and offers excursions ashore. In Costa Rica, you can waterski around the ship (above
Excursions also afford passengers a chance to see Central America's renowned flora and fauna.
After a long day of sailing and sightseeing, there are few things more desirable than a delicious meal. Luckily, Star Flyer spec
No day on Star Flyer is complete without evening entertainment, whether it's locals performing traditional dances, passengers co