Star Clippers opens bookings for 2023 Mediterranean summer season

   August 7, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Star Clippers announced they were taking bookings for the 2023 summer season Mediterranean sailings.

With all 3 sail ships cruising together in the Mediterranean, the company is offering 65+ departure dates to choose from with itineraries visiting ports in Greece, Croatia, Turkey, Italy, France.

Passengers booking their 2023 Mediterranean cruise by August 31, 2021, can take advantage of the line's Triple Savings offer which features a 10% early booking discount, US$100 in shipboard credit, and complimentary prepaid gratuities. The offer is only valid for residents of North, Central, and South America.

Star Clipper will offer her second season in the Mediterranean after completing several years in Southeast Asia.

In April 2023, the line will debut a new 8-night, all Spain itinerary out of Malaga to Barcelona, including 2 new ports of call: the fishing village of Saint Carles de la Rapita, popular for its beaches and restaurants offering shell-fish delicacies; and the historic Tarraco, home of the UNESCO World Heritage Site complex of Roman ruins.

The cruise company will also sail 7- to 10-night itineraries in the Ligurian Sea, French Riviera, Amalfi Coast, and Sicily.

In the Eastern Med, Star Flyer will spend the summer season in Greece sailing out of Venice Italy, Athens (Piraeus) Greece, and Istanbul Turkey with itineraries ranging from 7 to 10 nights. 

The vessel will again sail the popular 7-night Northern and Southern Cyclades along with the Sporades Highlights, which visit the ports of Skopelos and Skiathos, where the original Mamma Mia movie was filmed.

Star Flyer cruise ship

The flagship Royal Clipper will spend the summer season in the Western Mediterranean and the Adriatic sailing 3- to 11-night itineraries in Sicily, the French Riviera, and Amalfi Coast as well as Montenegro, Slovenia, and Croatia.

In addition to sailing round-trip cruises from Cannes France for the Grand Prix Trials and Finals races, as well as the Saint-Tropez Regatta, the ship will visit ten different ports in Corsica, seven in Croatia, and 20+ coastal villages and towns in Italy.