Star Clippers to operate all three ships in Europe in 2022

Two of the three Star Clippers ships.
Two of the three Star Clippers ships.

Star Clippers plans to base all three of its ships in the Mediterranean in 2022, moving its namesake tall-ship vessel from its current home in Southeast Asia.

The Star Clipper will complete its 2021-22 season in Thailand before sailing to the Med to join its fleetmates, the Royal Clipper and Star Flyer, making 2022 the first time since 2016 that all three Star Clippers ships will sail together in the region.

Mikael Krafft, owner of Star Clippers, said in a statement, "we've seen a steady, growing demand for our popular Med sailings, and we're confident this is going to be welcome news for both trade partners and guests."

In all, the tall-ship line will offer 29 five to 16-day Med sailings in summer 2022. The Star Clipper will offer a variety of itineraries, including a seven-day sailing between Istanbul and Athens and roundtrips from Rome and Cannes, France, from May through October.  The Star Clipper will also offer a cruise through the Suez Canal, departing Safaga, Egypt, in April, as part of its repositioning from Asia to Europe.


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