Southeast Asia Star Clipper

Discover Southeast Asia on a Tall Ship for an unique cruise experience

Your vessel: the elegant Star Clipper

If you are looking for paradisiacal beaches, beautiful weather and unspoilt nature then look no further than Star Clippers’ Thailand cruises. Also incorporating stops in Penang, Malacca and Langkawi in Malaysia, these itineraries on board Star Clipper are packed with relaxing visits to laid-back destinations like Phuket, Ko Hong and Phang Nga Bay. As you wonder along white sands, you’ll have time to admire the breathtaking natural landscapes before unwinding with a drink in hand. Plus, keen divers will have the chance to explore beneath the waves as well as on land.

Some of these South-East Asia cruises also visit the fantastic city of Singapore. Providing the polar opposite to some of the beach destinations you will visit, it’s a melting pot of cultures filled with people from all walks of life. The impressive skyscrapers tower all around you but are delightfully offset by the greenery of places such as Gardens by the Bay and the National Orchid Garden. Whilst the shops of Orchard Road and restaurants of Clarke Quay offer a lively atmosphere, there is always the chance to find a moment to yourself in the various temples and on islands like Pulau Ubin.

Our cruises to South-East Asia also include itineraries from Bali. Indonesia cruises are certainly becoming increasingly popular, as more and more people become aware of this beautiful and diverse destination. Spread across 17,000 different islands, it is the world’s largest archipelago nation. Expect breathtaking natural sights, such as waterfalls and volcanoes; peaceful beaches, one of which features pink sand; and exotic wildlife that fills the land, sky and sea. Bali and Komodo are just two of the islands that you may be familiar with, each demonstrating Indonesia’s main draws perfectly. The former is home to luxury resorts upon golden sands, whilst the latter is the where you will visit the beautiful Komodo National Park, home to the fearsome Komodo dragon – the world’s largest lizard.

Ports of call: Singapore, Phuket - Ko Hong - Penang - Malacca -Langkawi

Southern Cruise Itinerary - Phuket to Phuket

9th Nov 2019, 7th Dec 2019, 18th Jan 2020, 1st Feb 2020, 7th & 21st March 2020

Phuket

Phuket, Thailand’s largest island, lies in the Andaman Sea and is joined to the mainland by a causeway. The landscape is one of lush green hills, coconut groves and rubber plantations, with a coastline dotted with a dozen spectacular beaches. Phuket is a holiday paradise with the lively area of Patong providing the up-beat resort life with its many shops, restaurants and bars, leaving the rest of the island to show off her natural beauty and unspoiled culture.

Ko Butang, Thailand

These islands are close to the Malaysian island of Langkawi and are characterised by towering rock formations and beautiful beaches. Crystal clear seas team with marine life, ideal for snorkelling and diving or simply enjoying a relaxing swim.

Penang, Malaysia

“The Pearl of the Orient” lies off the northwestern coast of Malaysia and is linked to the mainland by one of the longest bridges in the world. The capital, Georgetown, bears the stamp of a mixture of foreign influences and boasts a 65 story skyscraper called the Komtar, a complex of department stores, restaurants, theatres and squash courts. In total contrast, this beautiful island is home to one of the finest Buddhist temples in south-east Asia, Kek Lok Si Temple.

Ko Adang – Butang Group, Thailand

The Butang Group of islands is about as far south as you can go on the western coast of Thailand. Protected by the Ko Tarutao National Park, this 61-island archipelago is only a stone’s throw from the Malaysian border and way, way off the radar screen of tourist groups. The only habitations on Ko Adang are the Park offices and since there aren’t many visitors, the pristine beaches and deserted coves are all yours.

Ko Rok Nok, Thailand

One of the 15 islands that make up the Lanta group, just off the East Coast of Thailand, these islands are part of a National Marine Park.

Thailand Catamaran Sailing Cruise

Phang Nga Bay, Thailand

The sheer-sided sea mountains that rise vertically out of Phang Nga Bay form some of Thailand’s most spectacular scenery. The islands in this region feature wonderful white sandy beaches and superb coral reefs.

Ko Hong, Thailand

Ko Hong (hong meaning room), part of the Ko Hong archipelago is so named because of its large internal lagoon. One of the prettiest bays in the area, huge monolithic rocks provide shade all day long on a beautiful white silica sand beach.

Ko Similan, Thailand

The Similan Islands, or Nine Islands as they are also known because of their number, nestle in the Andaman Sea to the north of Phuket and are world-renowned among diving enthusiasts for underwater sightseeing. Accessible only by sea, The Similan Islands are stunningly beautiful with scenes straight out of your dreams of a tropical paradise.

Phuket – Patong Bay, Thailand

Phuket, Thailand’s largest island, lies in the Andaman Sea and is joined to the mainland by a causeway. The landscape is one of lush green hills, coconut groves and rubber plantations, with a coastline dotted with a dozen spectacular beaches. Phuket is a holiday paradise with the lively area of Patong providing the up-beat resort life with its many shops, restaurants and bars, leaving the rest of the island to show off her natural beauty and unspoiled culture.

Phuket

Phuket - Singapore Itinerary

16th Nov 2019, 21st Dec 2019, 15th Feb 2020, 28th March 2020

Phuket - Singapore

Phuket – Patong Bay, Thailand

Phuket, Thailand’s largest island, lies in the Andaman Sea and is joined to the mainland by a causeway. The landscape is one of lush green hills, coconut groves and rubber plantations, with a coastline dotted with a dozen spectacular beaches. Phuket is a holiday paradise with the lively area of Patong providing the up-beat resort life with its many shops, restaurants and bars, leaving the rest of the island to show off her natural beauty and unspoiled culture.

Ko Miang – Similan Island, Thailand

The Similan Islands, or Nine Islands as they are also known because of their number, nestle in the Andaman Sea to the north of Phuket and are world-renowned among diving enthusiasts for underwater sightseeing. Accessible only by sea, The Similan Islands are stunningly beautiful with scenes straight out of your dreams of a tropical paradise.

Phang Nga Bay, Thailand

The sheer-sided sea mountains that rise vertically out of Phang Nga Bay form some of Thailand’s most spectacular scenery. The islands in this region feature wonderful white sandy beaches and superb coral reefs.

Ko Hong, Thailand

Ko Hong (hong meaning room), part of the Ko Hong archipelago is so named because of its large internal lagoon. One of the prettiest bays in the area, huge monolithic rocks provide shade all day long on a beautiful white silica sand beach.

Ko Adang – Butang Group, Thailand

The Butang Group of islands is about as far south as you can go on the western coast of Thailand. Protected by the Ko Tarutao National Park, this 61-island archipelago is only a stone’s throw from the Malaysian border and way, way off the radar screen of tourist groups. The only habitations on Ko Adang are the Park offices and since there aren’t many visitors, the pristine beaches and deserted coves are all yours.

Penang, Malaysia

“The Pearl of the Orient” lies off the northwestern coast of Malaysia and is linked to the mainland by one of the longest bridges in the world. The capital, Georgetown, bears the stamp of a mixture of foreign influences and boasts a 65 story skyscraper called the Komtar, a complex of department stores, restaurants, theatres and squash courts. In total contrast, this beautiful island is home to one of the finest Buddhist temples in south-east Asia, Kek Lok Si Temple.

All Day At Sea.

Star Flyer

Malacca, Malaysia

Malacca. The Spice Trade. The two are inseparably associated. From the time of the early Renaissance explorers onward, it was the control of the Malaccan Straits that dictated who would own the most precious treasures of the Orient, its spices. The Portuguese, the Dutch and the British ruled Malacca at one time or another. Explore opulent private mansions built in the distinctive Peranakan colonial style and filled with priceless Chinese antiques.

Singapore

Singapore is a city dedicated to business. The spires of its skyscrapers look like a big bar graph pointing to the sky. It is incredibly clean and crime is virtually unknown. But amid this obsessive neatness is a madly chaotic welter of peoples and cultures, drawn to Singapore in pursuit of the almighty Singapore dollar. Get a taste of colonial Singapore at Raffles, where the Singapore Sling was invented, Emerald Hill, with its charming pavilioned pre-war homes, the Victorian botanic garden and the green lawns of the Padang Cricket Club. And lest you forget, be sure to visit Orchard Road for non-stop shopping.

Northern Cruise Itinerary - Phuket to Phuket

2nd & 30th Nov 2019, 14th Dec 2019, 11th & 25th Jan 2020, 8th & 29th Feb 2020, 14th March 2020

Phuket – Patong Bay, Thailand

Phuket, Thailand’s largest island, lies in the Andaman Sea and is joined to the mainland by a causeway. The landscape is one of lush green hills, coconut groves and rubber plantations, with a coastline dotted with a dozen spectacular beaches. Phuket is a holiday paradise with the lively area of Patong providing the up-beat resort life with its many shops, restaurants and bars, leaving the rest of the island to show off her natural beauty and unspoiled culture.

Ko Surin, Thailand

Ko Surin is an island known for it’s spectacular marine life. Whale sharks are often spotted in it’s waters as well as angel fish, butterfly fish, moray and sea turtles. This is why it is considered to be one of Asia’s best diving and snorkeling destinations. It also has an abundance of plants and wildlife. Ko Surin is a centre for the Moken sea gypsies who are a nomadic people speaking a unique language. You may visit their village to see their thatched roof boats and mystical wooden pillar statues.

Eastern Mediterranean Yachtsman's Paradise Itinerary Star Clipper Tall Ship

Ko Miang – Similan Island, Thailand

The Similan Islands, or Nine Islands as they are also known because of their number, nestle in the Andaman Sea to the north of Phuket and are world-renowned among diving enthusiasts for underwater sightseeing. Accessible only by sea, The Similan Islands are stunningly beautiful with scenes straight out of your dreams of a tropical paradise.

Hin Daeng, Thailand

Hin Daeng which we visit in the early morning is one of the most dramatic dive sites in Thailand. It consists of three small rocks visible at the surface, then plunging down to a depth of over 50 metres.

Ko Rok Nok, Thailand

One of the 15 islands that make up the Lanta group, just off the East Coast of Thailand, these islands are part of a National Marine Park.

Langkawi, Malaysia

The breathtaking Malaysian island of Langkawi is one of a group of 104 islands scattered in the calm seas off the northern-most tip of Malaysia. The clear, tropical waters here provide some of the most spectacular swimming and diving in the world, while scenes of paddy fields contoured into limestone hillsides, lush tropical forests and high tumbling waterfalls, entrance nature lovers on land. Kuah Town, its capital, is a fascinating city of cross-cultures and offers duty-free shopping.

Ko Kradan, Thailand

Ko Kradan has a beautiful coral-sand beach nestling between lush green hills and the crystal Andaman Sea. It’s a tiny island with no roads, villages or convenience stores. This and the fact that 90% of it’s terrain is protected under Hat Chao Mai National Park helps to preserve it’s peace and beauty. This is another fantastic snorkeling destination but if this is not for you then pack a book and relax in a hammock for a few hours, it’s what many other visitors are happy to do.

Phang Nga Bay, Thailand

The sheer-sided sea mountains that rise vertically out of Phang Nga Bay form some of Thailand’s most spectacular scenery. The islands in this region feature wonderful white sandy beaches and superb coral reefs.

Ko Hong, Thailand

Ko Hong (hong meaning room), part of the Ko Hong archipelago is so named because of its large internal lagoon. One of the prettiest bays in the area, huge monolithic rocks provide shade all day long on a beautiful white silica sand beach.

Phuket – Patong Bay, Thailand

Phuket, Thailand’s largest island, lies in the Andaman Sea and is joined to the mainland by a causeway. The landscape is one of lush green hills, coconut groves and rubber plantations, with a coastline dotted with a dozen spectacular beaches. Phuket is a holiday paradise with the lively area of Patong providing the up-beat resort life with its many shops, restaurants and bars, leaving the rest of the island to show off her natural beauty and unspoiled culture.

Phuket - Singapore

Singapore - Phuket Itinerary

23rd November 2019, 22nd February 2020

Singapore

Singapore is a city dedicated to business. The spires of its skyscrapers look like a big bar graph pointing to the sky. It is incredibly clean and crime is virtually unknown. But amid this obsessive neatness is a madly chaotic welter of peoples and cultures, drawn to Singapore in pursuit of the almighty Singapore dollar. Get a taste of colonial Singapore at Raffles, where the Singapore Sling was invented, Emerald Hill, with its charming pavilioned pre-war homes, the Victorian botanic garden and the green lawns of the Padang Cricket Club. And lest you forget, be sure to visit Orchard Road for non-stop shopping.

Malacca, Malaysia

Malacca. The Spice Trade. The two are inseparably associated. From the time of the early Renaissance explorers onward, it was the control of the Malaccan Straits that dictated who would own the most precious treasures of the Orient, its spices. The Portuguese, the Dutch and the British ruled Malacca at one time or another. Explore opulent private mansions built in the distinctive Peranakan colonial style and filled with priceless Chinese antiques.

 

All day at sea

Caribbean Star Clipper Tall Ship

Lankawi, Malaysia

The breathtaking Malaysian island of Langkawi is one of a group of 104 islands scattered in the calm seas off the northern-most tip of Malaysia. The clear, tropical waters here provide some of the most spectacular swimming and diving in the world, while scenes of paddy fields contoured into limestone hillsides, lush tropical forests and high tumbling waterfalls, entrance nature lovers on land. Kuah Town, its capital, is a fascinating city of cross-cultures and offers duty-free shopping.

Ko Adang – Butang Group, Thailand

The Butang Group of islands is about as far south as you can go on the western coast of Thailand. Protected by the Ko Tarutao National Park, this 61-island archipelago is only a stone’s throw from the Malaysian border and way, way off the radar screen of tourist groups. The only habitations on Ko Adang are the Park offices and since there aren’t many visitors, the pristine beaches and deserted coves are all yours.

Phang Nga Bay, Thailand

The sheer-sided sea mountains that rise vertically out of Phang Nga Bay form some of Thailand’s most spectacular scenery. The islands in this region feature wonderful white sandy beaches and superb coral reefs.

Ko Hong, Thailand

Ko Hong (hong meaning room), part of the Ko Hong archipelago is so named because of its large internal lagoon. One of the prettiest bays in the area, huge monolithic rocks provide shade all day long on a beautiful white silica sand beach.

Ko Similan, Thailand

The Similan Islands, or Nine Islands as they are also known because of their number, nestle in the Andaman Sea to the north of Phuket and are world-renowned among diving enthusiasts for underwater sightseeing. Accessible only by sea, The Similan Islands are stunningly beautiful with scenes straight out of your dreams of a tropical paradise.

Phuket – Patong Bay, Thailand

Phuket, Thailand’s largest island, lies in the Andaman Sea and is joined to the mainland by a causeway. The landscape is one of lush green hills, coconut groves and rubber plantations, with a coastline dotted with a dozen spectacular beaches. Phuket is a holiday paradise with the lively area of Patong providing the up-beat resort life with its many shops, restaurants and bars, leaving the rest of the island to show off her natural beauty and unspoiled culture.

Phuket

Star Clipper

Star Clipper and her sister, Star Flyer, are both stars of the sea; gliding through the water like graceful swans and sitting proudly atop the rolling waves.

Although both four-masted ships, as opposed to five, they are surprisingly taller than Royal Clipper and possess just as much style as their illustrious cousin. However, they are both just 360 feet long and each carries only 170 guests in pampered comfort.

Star Clipper is a true clipper ship, reflecting her proud heritage in every inch of the polished brass and gleaming brightwork that graces her decks and superstructure. Step aboard this striking vessel and you’ll be greeted by a new generation of sailing culture. Here, the grand traditions of the past, which characterise what sailing is all about, exist alongside the comforts and amenities found on the contemporary cruise liners of today.

Don’t let this tribute to sailing’s past fool you though as Star Clipper is a modern ship through and through. She welcomes luxury-loving passengers from all over the world who hold the legacy and customs of the grand era close to their hearts yet yearn for a new and exciting adventure.

Life aboard is blissfully relaxed, much like travelling on a private yacht. You’ll never feel restricted or disorientated on any of our ships as our staff work tirelessly to meet your needs and make you feel comfortable.

Tall ShipStar Clipper
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

There are six categories of generous staterooms; giving you plenty of choice when deciding which one suits you best, whilst the expansive decks give the whole ship an uncluttered feel. In fact, you’ll find that, due to the small number of passengers on board and the spacious surroundings, both Star Clipper and Star Flyer offer more outdoor space per person than most conventional cruise ships.

The interior design of Star Clipper again harks back to nautical days gone by. Famous sailing ships are remembered in paintings that are hung on the walls, while teak and lustrous mahogany rails are richly reminiscent of Star Clippers’ proud maritime heritage.

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.

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Prices

Southeast Asia Star Clipper

2019/ 2020 CRUISE ONLY PRICES (£) PER PERSON
Departure dateItineraryNightsOS123456SNG3RDEarly Booking Discount
26/10/2019Singapore - Phuket7£2,955£2,190£1,925£1,810£1,690£1,530£1,375£1,755£57510%
02/11/2019Northern Cruise7£2,955£2,190£1,925£1,810£1,690£1,530£1,375£1,755£57510%
09/11/2019Southern Cruise7£2,955£2,190£1,925£1,810£1,690£1,530£1,375£1,755£57510%
16/11/2019Phuket - Singapore7£2,955£2,190£1,925£1,810£1,690£1,530£1,375£1,755£57510%
23/11/2019Singapore - Phuket7£2,955£2,190£1,925£1,810£1,690£1,530£1,375£1,755£57510%
30/11/2019Northern Cruise7£2,955£2,190£1,925£1,810£1,690£1,530£1,375£1,755£57510%
07/12/2019Southern Cruise7£2,850£2,095£1,830£1,715£1,600£1,425£1,270£1,725£55520%
14/12/2019Northern7£2,850£2,095£1,830£1,715£1,600£1,425£1,270£1,725£55520%
21/12/2019Phuket - Singapore Xmas8£3,380£2,505£2,205£2,070£1,935£1,750£1,575£2,010£65510%
29/12/2019New Year Sun-Sun7£3,100£2,300£2,020£1,900£1,775£1,605£1,445£1,840£60010%
11/01/2020Northern Cruise7£2,850£2,095£1,830£1,715£1,600£1,425£1,270£1,725£55520%
18/01/2020Southern Cruise7£2,955£2,190£1,925£1,810£1,690£1,530£1,375£1,755£57510%
25/01/2020Northern Cruise7£2,955£2,190£1,925£1,810£1,690£1,530£1,375£1,755£57510%
01/02/2020Southern Cruise7£2,955£2,190£1,925£1,810£1,690£1,530£1,375£1,755£57510%
08/02/2020Northern Cruise7£2,955£2,190£1,925£1,810£1,690£1,530£1,375£1,755£57510%
15/02/2020Phuket - Singapore7£2,955£2,190£1,925£1,810£1,690£1,530£1,375£1,755£57510%
22/02/2020Singapore - Phuket7£2,955£2,190£1,925£1,810£1,690£1,530£1,375£1,755£57510%
29/02/2020Northern Cruise7£2,955£2,190£1,925£1,810£1,690£1,530£1,375£1,755£57510%
07/03/2020Southern Cruise7£2,955£2,190£1,925£1,810£1,690£1,530£1,375£1,755£57510%
14/03/2020Northern Cruise7£2,955£2,190£1,925£1,810£1,690£1,530£1,375£1,755£57510%
21/03/2020Southern Cruise7£2,955£2,190£1,925£1,810£1,690£1,530£1,375£1,755£57510%
28/03/2020Phuket - Singapore7£2,955£2,190£1,925£1,810£1,690£1,530£1,375£1,755£57510%
Port charges£135£135£135£135£135£135£135£135£135

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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