Star Clippers Announces New Ports of Call for 2020

   December 30, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

New ports of call for Star Clippers company in Europe, summer 2020, include Stintino (Sardinia), Propriano (Corsica), Vis Island, Krk Island and Zadar (Croatia). In Southeast Asia, the cruise line has developed new itineraries to visit Cambodia for the first time, while varying a lot of the other calls in Malay, Thai and Indonesian archipelagos.

Star Clippers operates 3 tall ships and sails in the Mediterranean, Caribbean, and South East Asia, in addition to its transatlantic crossings when the vessels relocate in spring and autumn on an annual basis.

Fleet's flagship Royal Clipper will be cruising in Western Mediterranean (summer 2020), with itineraries leaving out of Venice to Civitavecchia-Rome and visiting Slovenia, Montenegro, Croatia, Greece, as well as Italy’s islands and coastline.

Royal Clipper cruise ship

Line's smaller sisterships Star Clipper and Star Flyer will be in South East Asia and the eastern Mediterranean for summer 2020. Star Clipper will be sailing in Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia, making many new ports of call and dropping anchor along beaches and islands. Star Flyer will be visiting the Greek islands and Turkey. 

Also new for 2020 are voyages aboard Star Clipper to Cambodia where the new ports of call include the wildlife paradise Koh Rong, ringed by 61-km beaches, and the coastal port city Sihanoukville, with an uninterrupted string of beaches. Those wishing to see the temple complex Angkor Wat may benefit from an optional, overnight excursion.