Royal ClipperCaribbean Cruises
Royal Clipper is the world’s largest fully-rigged five-masted sailing ship to have been built this century and evokes all the grandeur and seafaring history of the Caribbean.
You’ll find life aboard extremely comfortable with luxury cabins, superb facilities and elegant dining. The ship is 439 ft long and with only 227 guests, there’s plenty of space. There are also 106 crew, so you can expect attentive, friendly service at all times.
Royal Clipper Itineraries
Windward Islands This 7 night cruise departs Barbados on Saturdays and visits Saint Lucia, Dominica, Antigua, St Kitts, Ile des Saintes and Martinique.
2017 Sailings 14 and 28 January; 11 and 25 February; 11 March; 16 and 30 December
The Grenadines This 7 night cruise departs Barbados on Saturdays and visits St Vincent & The Grenadines (including the Tobago Cays and Bequia), Grenada, Martinique and Saint Lucia.
2017 Sailings 7 and 21 January; 4 and 18 February; 4 and 18 March; 9 and 23 December
Ports of call are subject to change without prior notice.
Cruises departing from St Maarten are available on Star Flyer. Ports of call include Anguilla, British Virgin Islands, St Barths, Dominica and Guadeloupe. Please call us for sailing dates and itineraries.
Cruises departing from Havana are available on Star Flyer. These exciting new itineraries include several stops along the beautiful Cuban coastline as well as calls at Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac. Please call us for sailing dates and itineraries.
Cruise & Stay
We would be delighted to arrange for you to combine your cruise with a stay at one of our hand-picked luxury Caribbean hotels. Please speak to one of our Travel Advisers for personal recommendations.
98 cabins (in 6 categories) and 14 suites on three decks, each with air-conditioning, twin or double beds, TV, DVD player and an ensuite bathroom with shower. The Deluxe Suites offer a private verandah, whirlpool bath and 24-hour cabin service. The Owner’s Suites have two double beds, a whirlpool bath and are particularly spacious.
There are 3 pools, complimentary watersports including windsurfing, waterskiing and snorkelling and a marina platform allowing for easy access into the water. Other facilities include an elegant dining room, Piano Bar, Tropical Bar on deck, a library and the Captain Nemo Health Club and Spa with portholes offering underwater views of marine life. Guests are welcome to get involved in the sailing of the ship and those with a head for heights can enjoy the spectacular views from the crow’s nest. A fabulous selection of shore excursions can be arranged on board.
Royal Clipper is not recommended for children under 12 yrs. No formal dress is required. Cruises depart from and return to Barbados; passengers may board from 4pm - 9pm and the ship sails at 10pm. On return to Barbados the ship docks at approximately 7am and passengers must disembark by 9am. We will be pleased to assist with your arrangements for the rest of the day and can arrange use of a day room at a nearby hotel should you be flying home that evening. No smoking is allowed inside the ship or on the aft deck.
per person in low season and £2,345 in high season, based on 2 adults sharing a Category 6 Cabin on Full Board, including return scheduled flights, private transfers and use of a lounge at Gatwick.
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Sailing on the Clipper is more than just a holiday, it's a real adventure
The Tropical Bar is the place to be in the evenings, with entertainment ranging from local bands who hop on board when the ship is docked, to crab races on deck!
If you've never scuba dived, you must try the introductory lesson on-board in the small pool - it's great fun and the staff are very patient
As your cruise docks quite early on the last day, you may want to consider a day room at a Barbados hotel, so that you can enjoy the day on the beach
Absolutely amazing, relaxing, romantic, understated elegance.