Star Clippers has resumed its full sailing programme for the first time in more than two years.
Last week, the company’s 166-passenger vessel Star Clipper embarked on its first journey since March 2020, meaning all three of its ships are back in service.
Star Clipper will join Star Flyer and Royal Clipper in the Mediterranean.
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Fay McCormack, general manager for Star Clippers, said: “To have all three vessels back in the Mediterranean for the summer is hugely exciting and a testament to the determination of all officers, crew and land-based offices through all of the challenges we as a wider industry have faced.
“Whilst Royal Clipper and Star Flyer successfully completed their Caribbean programme over the winter, Star Clipper underwent an extensive drydock prior to resuming service this month.”
The cruise line’s two smaller ships, Star Flyer and Star Clipper, take 166 guests each, with a crew of 74, while Royal Clipper carries 227 passengers with a crew of 106.
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