Cuba Star Flyer

Discover Cuba on a Tall Ship for an unique cruise experience

Your Cruise Experience

Full of Latin American passion and culture, Cuba is as vibrant and interesting as any other country in this part of the world. Due to it’s location on the North American shelf, it is part of this continent rather than South America, however the region is also known as Central America to a lot of people.

Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean Sea and has a population of around 11 million. It has only been fully accessible to tourists in the last fifteen years but, after a period of restricted tourism, it now fully embraces tourists from all over the world and is experiencing a large share of the overall visitors to the Caribbean region.

All of our Cuba cruises are conducted aboard Star Flyer and generally consist of a trip along the coast of the main isle along with explorations of the surrounding islands; starting and finishing at the port of Cienfuegos. You’ll get the chance to sunbath on private beaches, shop on the duty-free island of Grand Cayman and dive with various species of marine life; all within surroundings that you could easily mistake for heaven.

Your vessel: the elegant Star Flyer

Star Flyer

Ports of call: Cienfuegos, Cuba - Casilda, Cuba - Littel Cayman, Cayman Islands - Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands - Cayo Largo, Cuba - Archipelago De Los Canarreos, Cuba

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Cienfuegos, Cuba

When you gaze at the lovely neo-classical homes and elegant public buildings lining the Prado, Cienfuegos mile-long main boulevard, you can see the Empire origins of this gracious city on the Bahia de Cienfuegos. Founded in 1819 by French immigrants, Cienfuegos is a World Heritage Site which, because of the relative isolation of Cuba, has escaped the ravages of many modern cities. Architectural highlights of the city and nearby Punta Gorda include the fanciful Palacio de Valle, the Jagua Fortress, the luxuriant Jardin Botanico, the Cathedral and the Victorian-era yacht club.

Cienfuegos, Cuba

When you gaze at the lovely neo-classical homes and elegant public buildings lining the Prado, Cienfuegos mile-long main boulevard, you can see the Empire origins of this gracious city on the Bahia de Cienfuegos. Founded in 1819 by French immigrants, Cienfuegos is a World Heritage Site which, because of the relative isolation of Cuba, has escaped the ravages of many modern cities. Architectural highlights of the city and nearby Punta Gorda include the fanciful Palacio de Valle, the Jagua Fortress, the luxuriant Jardin Botanico, the Cathedral and the Victorian-era yacht club.

All Day At Sea

Star Flyer

George Town, Grand Cayman

It’s amazing to realize that this once unknown small Caribbean island is now the center of once of the world’s largest banking economies, the home of uncounted billions in offshore assets. Tax-free, duty-free and largely restriction-free, Grand Cayman is a magnet for money. Shopping is a full-time occupation here. But there is another side to Grand Cayman, where endless beaches, quiet lagoons and laid-back beach bars beckon. Grand Cayman was the first island to offer close encounters with tame sting-rays, and it is also the home of the famous Atlantis submarine tour.

Cayo Rico, Cuba

Cayo Rico really is a hidden gem. This tiny islet is peaceful and isolated and you are more likely to be outnumbered by it’s population of iguanas than fellow tourists. You can pretend you are a castaway for the day as you splash around in the crystal clear waters that surround it’s powdery white beaches. Make sure you bring your snorkel gear in order to appreciate the spectacular marine life that is abundant in this necklace of coral islets that lie off the southern Cuban coast.

Cayo Largo, Cuba

With 28 kilometers of white sand beach, only 3 Kilometers wide and containing just a few small resorts, Cayo Largo recalls the Caribbean that used to be. The 2nd largest island of the Canarreos Archipelago is a marine wildlife sanctuary for many species. You’ll find turtle kraals where palm-sized hatchlings are raised to adult size and released to the sea, visit an island where iguanas roam freely and then bask in a natural swimming pool of the ocean, surrounded by dunes of flour-fine sand.

Punta Francis, Isla De La Juventud – Cuba

Oddly enough, there are both black sand and white sand beaches on Isla de la Juventud (once named Isle of Pines, because of the lumber that is harvested here). Punta Francis’ beach is the most famous, especially for diving and snorkeling. Isla de la Juventud was at one time a favorite haven for pirates and adventurers – Francis Drake, John Hawkins and Henry Morgan found refuge on these shores – prompting Robert Louis Stevenson to base his Treasure Island here. There are fascinating caves containing over 200 ancient Indian pictographs. You can also visit the skeletal remains of a huge 3-domed, semi-circular prison, now abandoned, where Fidel Castro was held before the revolution.

All Day At Sea

Star Flyer

Havana, Cuba

Havana is the capital city of Cuba and with a population of 2.1 million inhabitants it is indeed a busy one. It’s fascinating history is all around you as you explore the streets. Take in the Bohemian atmosphere as you sit in one of it’s cool cafes or bars. It’s a city rich in art and one that has a passion for music, prepare to be slowly seduced. It’s truly an intoxicating destination.

Havana, Cuba

Havana is the capital city of Cuba and with a population of 2.1 million inhabitants it is indeed a busy one. It’s fascinating history is all around you as you explore the streets. Take in the Bohemian atmosphere as you sit in one of it’s cool cafes or bars. It’s a city rich in art and one that has a passion for music, prepare to be slowly seduced. It’s truly an intoxicating destination.

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Cienfuegos, Cuba

When you gaze at the lovely neo-classical homes and elegant public buildings lining the Prado, Cienfuegos mile-long main boulevard, you can see the Empire origins of this gracious city on the Bahia de Cienfuegos. Founded in 1819 by French immigrants, Cienfuegos is a World Heritage Site which, because of the relative isolation of Cuba, has escaped the ravages of many modern cities. Architectural highlights of the city and nearby Punta Gorda include the fanciful Palacio de Valle, the Jagua Fortress, the luxuriant Jardin Botanico, the Cathedral and the Victorian-era yacht club.

Cienfuegos, Cuba

When you gaze at the lovely neo-classical homes and elegant public buildings lining the Prado, Cienfuegos mile-long main boulevard, you can see the Empire origins of this gracious city on the Bahia de Cienfuegos. Founded in 1819 by French immigrants, Cienfuegos is a World Heritage Site which, because of the relative isolation of Cuba, has escaped the ravages of many modern cities. Architectural highlights of the city and nearby Punta Gorda include the fanciful Palacio de Valle, the Jagua Fortress, the luxuriant Jardin Botanico, the Cathedral and the Victorian-era yacht club.

All Day At Sea.

Star Flyer

Montego Bay, Jamaica

Ah Jamaica, where reggae and ska were born, and the beat goes on and on. The lush tropical landscape, the soaring mountains, inviting beaches and gentle waterfalls, the scent of gardenia and jasmine. The taste of a pina colada and pungent aroma of jerk. No wonder Jamaican music is so inspired! For a taste of Jamaica’s other enticements, visit Rose Hall to learn the history of plantation life, climb a waterfall at Dunn’s River, paddle with guide in a nature preserve or visit the birthplace of Reggae’s King, Bob Marley.

Port Antonio, Jamaica

The banana boom created Port Antonio. A sleepy little missionary town until the 1880’s, Port Antonio became Jamaica’s rising star when the Victorian taste for fresh bananas was fed by fruit from Port Antonio’s plantations. In the 1920’s, Port Antonio became a favourite hangout for movie stars and vacationing royalty. It was film idol Errol Flynn who literally washed up in a shipwreck on these shores and started the famous banana boat raft cruises down the Rio Grande. Be sure to visit the Blue Lagoon, purportedly bottomless (but actually 200 feet deep), the ruins of Folly Mansion, and Fort George on Navy Island, once owned by Flynn.

All Day At Sea.

Star Flyer

All Day At Sea.

Star Flyer

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

There is so much history in Santo Domingo! In fact, you could call this city the family seat of the Columbus clan. The America’s oldest city was founded by Bartolome Columbus in 1496. The bones of the explorer and patriarch, Christopher Columbus, lie in the old fort on the Ozama River. And in the sprawling vice-regal residence, built by Columbus’ son, Diego Colon in 1509, you can see where the family gathered to entertain, rule and conduct the expanding business of Spain’s New World empire. After you’ve explored the Zona Colonial, stroll to the Malecon for a cerveza and tapas at a local bistro.

All Day At Sea.

Star Flyer

All Day At Sea.

Star Flyer

White Bay, Jost Van Dyke – B.V.I.

Once the hideaway for a Dutch pirate of the same name, Jost van Dyke welcomes visitors with first-rate hiking trails and the best beaches in the British Virgin Islands. Be sure to have a drink at the famous Foxy’s Tamarind Bar in Great harbour.

Soper’s Hole, Tortola – B.V.I.

Soper’s Hole is where ‘laid back’ is a jealously cultivated way of life. Visit the nearby ruins of 17th century Dutch Fort Recovery. There are also several favourite ‘watering holes’, beloved by crews of visiting yachts, where the local gossip flows as freely as the rum.

Soper’s Hole, Tortola – B.V.I.

Soper’s Hole is where ‘laid back’ is a jealously cultivated way of life. Visit the nearby ruins of 17th century Dutch Fort Recovery. There are also several favourite ‘watering holes’, beloved by crews of visiting yachts, where the local gossip flows as freely as the rum.

Gorda Sound, Virgin Gorda – B.V.I.

Take a bath at the “Baths”, Virgin Gorda’s unique water grottos formed eons ago by ancient lava flows. Huge boulders lie scattered around the natural pools, which are delightful for swimming or soaking. Virgin Gorda is also home to Little Dix Bay, the Bitter End Yacht Club, some excellent beaches, and the bestsailing around.

Road Bay, Anguilla

Columbus thought this long flat island with its multitude of white sand coves looked like an undulating eel, so he named it Anguilla. The island has been a British colony/dependency since it was first settled in 1650. Recently, Anguilla has been discovered by the cognoscenti, who find the island’s small upscale resorts an ideal retreat to get away from it all. Try the haute cuisine at Malliouhana, or the Arabian Nights ambience of Pimms.

Gustavia, St. Barts

In its elegant little capital of Gustavia, French joie de vivre is tempered by Swedish spic and span neatness. Diversions include duty-free shopping in exquisite boutiques, beautiful beaches, excellent dining and people-watching.

Philipsburg, St. Maarten

The smallest island in the world shared by two countries, St. Martin/St. Maarten is big on shopping. Whether you go Dutch in Philipsburg or prefer Marigot’s French touch, you’re always welcome.

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Havana, Cuba

Havana is the capital city of Cuba and with a population of 2.1 million inhabitants it is indeed a busy one. It’s fascinating history is all around you as you explore the streets. Take in the Bohemian atmosphere as you sit in one of it’s cool cafes or bars. It’s a city rich in art and one that has a passion for music, prepare to be slowly seduced. It’s truly an intoxicating destination.

Havana, Cuba

Havana is the capital city of Cuba and with a population of 2.1 million inhabitants it is indeed a busy one. It’s fascinating history is all around you as you explore the streets. Take in the Bohemian atmosphere as you sit in one of it’s cool cafes or bars. It’s a city rich in art and one that has a passion for music, prepare to be slowly seduced. It’s truly an intoxicating destination.

All Day At Sea.

Star Flyer

Punta Frances, Isla De La Juventud – Cuba

Oddly enough, there are both black sand and white sand beaches on Isla de la Juventud (once named Isle of Pines, because of the lumber that is harvested here). Punta Francis’ beach is the most famous, especially for diving and snorkeling. Isla de la Juventud was at one time a favorite haven for pirates and adventurers – Francis Drake, John Hawkins and Henry Morgan found refuge on these shores – prompting Robert Louis Stevenson to base his Treasure Island here. There are fascinating caves containing over 200 ancient Indian pictographs. You can also visit the skeletal remains of a huge 3-domed, semi-circular prison, now abandoned, where Fidel Castro was held before the revolution.

Cayo Largo, Cuba

With 28 kilometers of white sand beach, only 3 Kilometers wide and containing just a few small resorts, Cayo Largo recalls the Caribbean that used to be. The 2nd largest island of the Canarreos Archipelago is a marine wildlife sanctuary for many species. You’ll find turtle kraals where palm-sized hatchlings are raised to adult size and released to the sea, visit an island where iguanas roam freely and then bask in a natural swimming pool of the ocean, surrounded by dunes of flour-fine sand.

Cayo Rico, Cuba

Cayo Rico really is a hidden gem. This tiny islet is peaceful and isolated and you are more likely to be outnumbered by it’s population of iguanas than fellow tourists. You can pretend you are a castaway for the day as you splash around in the crystal clear waters that surround it’s powdery white beaches. Make sure you bring your snorkel gear in order to appreciate the spectacular marine life that is abundant in this necklace of coral islets that lie off the southern Cuban coast.

George Town, Grand Cayman

It’s amazing to realize that this once unknown small Caribbean island is now the center of once of the world’s largest banking economies, the home of uncounted billions in offshore assets. Tax-free, duty-free and largely restriction-free, Grand Cayman is a magnet for money. Shopping is a full-time occupation here. But there is another side to Grand Cayman, where endless beaches, quiet lagoons and laid-back beach bars beckon. Grand Cayman was the first island to offer close encounters with tame sting-rays, and it is also the home of the famous Atlantis submarine tour.

Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands

Christopher Columbus discovered Cayman Brac in 1503. He named it and departed, little knowing what wonders lay beneath the island’s shores. In Bloody Bay,1000 feet of nearly vertical cliff wall descend to the ocean floor, making it one of world’s premier diving experiences. It was first explored and made famous by Jacques Cousteau, but today even novice divers can marvel at the amazing variety of fish, corals and other marine life that make their homes in nooks, crannies and cavities at every depth on the wall. If you prefer your sightseeing above, a pond on Cayman Brac holds a huge rookery of red-footed boobies – probably the largest in the world.

All Day At Sea.

Star Flyer

Cienfuegos, Cuba

When you gaze at the lovely neo-classical homes and elegant public buildings lining the Prado, Cienfuegos mile-long main boulevard, you can see the Empire origins of this gracious city on the Bahia de Cienfuegos. Founded in 1819 by French immigrants, Cienfuegos is a World Heritage Site which, because of the relative isolation of Cuba, has escaped the ravages of many modern cities. Architectural highlights of the city and nearby Punta Gorda include the fanciful Palacio de Valle, the Jagua Fortress, the luxuriant Jardin Botanico, the Cathedral and the Victorian-era yacht club.

Cienfuegos, Cuba

When you gaze at the lovely neo-classical homes and elegant public buildings lining the Prado, Cienfuegos mile-long main boulevard, you can see the Empire origins of this gracious city on the Bahia de Cienfuegos. Founded in 1819 by French immigrants, Cienfuegos is a World Heritage Site which, because of the relative isolation of Cuba, has escaped the ravages of many modern cities. Architectural highlights of the city and nearby Punta Gorda include the fanciful Palacio de Valle, the Jagua Fortress, the luxuriant Jardin Botanico, the Cathedral and the Victorian-era yacht club.

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Cienfuegos, Cuba

When you gaze at the lovely neo-classical homes and elegant public buildings lining the Prado, Cienfuegos mile-long main boulevard, you can see the Empire origins of this gracious city on the Bahia de Cienfuegos. Founded in 1819 by French immigrants, Cienfuegos is a World Heritage Site which, because of the relative isolation of Cuba, has escaped the ravages of many modern cities. Architectural highlights of the city and nearby Punta Gorda include the fanciful Palacio de Valle, the Jagua Fortress, the luxuriant Jardin Botanico, the Cathedral and the Victorian-era yacht club.

Cienfuegos, Cuba

When you gaze at the lovely neo-classical homes and elegant public buildings lining the Prado, Cienfuegos mile-long main boulevard, you can see the Empire origins of this gracious city on the Bahia de Cienfuegos. Founded in 1819 by French immigrants, Cienfuegos is a World Heritage Site which, because of the relative isolation of Cuba, has escaped the ravages of many modern cities. Architectural highlights of the city and nearby Punta Gorda include the fanciful Palacio de Valle, the Jagua Fortress, the luxuriant Jardin Botanico, the Cathedral and the Victorian-era yacht club.

Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands

Christopher Columbus discovered Cayman Brac in 1503. He named it and departed, little knowing what wonders lay beneath the island’s shores. In Bloody Bay,1000 feet of nearly vertical cliff wall descend to the ocean floor, making it one of world’s premier diving experiences. It was first explored and made famous by Jacques Cousteau, but today even novice divers can marvel at the amazing variety of fish, corals and other marine life that make their homes in nooks, crannies and cavities at every depth on the wall. If you prefer your sightseeing above, a pond on Cayman Brac holds a huge rookery of red-footed boobies – probably the largest in the world.

Montego Bay, Jamaica

Ah Jamaica, where reggae and ska were born, and the beat goes on and on. The lush tropical landscape, the soaring mountains, inviting beaches and gentle waterfalls, the scent of gardenia and jasmine. The taste of a pina colada and pungent aroma of jerk. No wonder Jamaican music is so inspired! For a taste of Jamaica’s other enticements, visit Rose Hall to learn the history of plantation life, climb a waterfall at Dunn’s River, paddle with guide in a nature preserve or visit the birthplace of Reggae’s King, Bob Marley.

All Day At Sea

Star Flyer

George Town, Grand Cayman

It’s amazing to realize that this once unknown small Caribbean island is now the center of once of the world’s largest banking economies, the home of uncounted billions in offshore assets. Tax-free, duty-free and largely restriction-free, Grand Cayman is a magnet for money. Shopping is a full-time occupation here. But there is another side to Grand Cayman, where endless beaches, quiet lagoons and laid-back beach bars beckon. Grand Cayman was the first island to offer close encounters with tame sting-rays, and it is also the home of the famous Atlantis submarine tour.

Cayo Rico, Cuba

Cayo Rico really is a hidden gem. This tiny islet is peaceful and isolated and you are more likely to be outnumbered by it’s population of iguanas than fellow tourists. You can pretend you are a castaway for the day as you splash around in the crystal clear waters that surround it’s powdery white beaches. Make sure you bring your snorkel gear in order to appreciate the spectacular marine life that is abundant in this necklace of coral islets that lie off the southern Cuban coast.

Cayo Largo, Cuba

With 28 kilometers of white sand beach, only 3 Kilometers wide and containing just a few small resorts, Cayo Largo recalls the Caribbean that used to be. The 2nd largest island of the Canarreos Archipelago is a marine wildlife sanctuary for many species. You’ll find turtle kraals where palm-sized hatchlings are raised to adult size and released to the sea, visit an island where iguanas roam freely and then bask in a natural swimming pool of the ocean, surrounded by dunes of flour-fine sand.

Punta Frances, Isla De La Juventud – Cuba

Oddly enough, there are both black sand and white sand beaches on Isla de la Juventud (once named Isle of Pines, because of the lumber that is harvested here). Punta Francis’ beach is the most famous, especially for diving and snorkeling. Isla de la Juventud was at one time a favorite haven for pirates and adventurers – Francis Drake, John Hawkins and Henry Morgan found refuge on these shores – prompting Robert Louis Stevenson to base his Treasure Island here. There are fascinating caves containing over 200 ancient Indian pictographs. You can also visit the skeletal remains of a huge 3-domed, semi-circular prison, now abandoned, where Fidel Castro was held before the revolution.

All Day At Sea

Star Flyer

Havana, Cuba

Havana is the capital city of Cuba and with a population of 2.1 million inhabitants it is indeed a busy one. It’s fascinating history is all around you as you explore the streets. Take in the Bohemian atmosphere as you sit in one of it’s cool cafes or bars. It’s a city rich in art and one that has a passion for music, prepare to be slowly seduced. It’s truly an intoxicating destination.

Havana, Cuba

Havana is the capital city of Cuba and with a population of 2.1 million inhabitants it is indeed a busy one. It’s fascinating history is all around you as you explore the streets. Take in the Bohemian atmosphere as you sit in one of it’s cool cafes or bars. It’s a city rich in art and one that has a passion for music, prepare to be slowly seduced. It’s truly an intoxicating destination.

The Weather

This area is blessed with warm sunshine over 300 days a year. The minimum average weather all year round is 22 degrees Celsius, and the maximum usually reaches about 32 degrees Celsius.

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Star Flyer

As the name suggests, Star Flyer is both a shining example to other ships of her kind and a vessel that cuts through the water with all the grace of a bird in full flight, she offers her own style and character to anyone who steps aboard.

With amble outdoor space for a full capacity of 170 guests and sizeable cabins, complete with all the mod-cons, you will never feel cramped aboard this excellent ship. In fact, because we abolish any rigid schedules or clothing and dining restrictions, you will feel as liberated as ever as the salty sea breeze rushes through your hair.

The resplendent décor is appropriately finished with paintings of famous ships which again reflect the vintage nautical nature of this wonderful vessel, and the teak decks along with the warm mahogany rails complement everything perfectly.

Tall ShipStar Flyer
Launched / Rebuilt1991
Masts4
Sails16
Length111.57 meters
Beam15.14 meters
Draft5.5 meters
Crew106
Passenger Capacity170

Sun Deck

Star Flyer Sun Deck

Clipper Deck

Star Flyer Clipper Deck

Main Deck

Star Flyer Main Deck

Commodore Deck

Star Flyer Commodore Deck

Cabins

Star Flyer Category 1 Cabin

Category 1 Cabin

Sun Deck or Main Deck

Two Lower Beds convert to Double Bed

These deluxe outside cabins feature a minibar, private marble bathroom with whirlpool bath. Cabin doors open onto the deck.

Star Flyer Category 2 -4 Cabin

Category 2 – 4 Cabin

Clipper Deck or Commodore Deck

Two Lower Beds, Double Bed or Tripple Berths

Cabins may be inside or outside and all feature a private marble bathroom.

Star Flyer Category 6 Cabin

Category 6 Cabin

Commodore Deck

Upper and Lower Berths

Inside cabins which have a private bathroom.

 Category 5 cabins are also available and may be on the Clipper or Commodore Decks and may have two lower beds, double bed or tripple berths, plus private marble bathroom.

Prices

DepartureItineraryNightsOS123456SGL3RDPort Charges
18 Dec 2017Cuba Christmas Cruise9£3660£2695£2360£2215£2065£1865£1670£2190£650£170
27 Dec 2017Cuba New Year Cruise10£4210£3125£2755£2585£2425£2215£1995£2475£745£190
06 Dec 2017Cuba Cruise11£4470£3290£2885£2705£2520£2275£2035£2680£795£205
17 Jan 2018Cuba Cruise10£4065£2990£2620£2460£2295£2070£1855£2435£720£190
27 Jan 2018Caribbean Crossing14£5555£4090£3585£3365£3135£2830£2530£3410£1000£260

All rates are per person, based on double occupancy in POUND STERLING, Cruise rates do not include air, hotel or transfer arrangements of any kind, Gratuities are not included, There are a limited number of three berth cabins available, Port charges are additional, Certain restrictions apply, Sole Occupancy Supplement: 100% category 1, owner’s Cabin, 50% category 2 through 6.

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