Tall ship sailing specialist Star Clippers will be sailing Indonesian waters for the first time in 2017. A choice of 19 departures between May 6th and October 14th 2017, and sailings of 7,10, 11 and 14 nights from Bali and Singapore, including Bali round trips.
Star Clippers founder and owner, Mikael Krafft, said “The Indonesian waters will really bring out the very best of a Star Clippers cruise and the natural scenery and spectacular sights will provide an exceptional back-drop for our beautiful ship, Star Clipper. Guests will enjoy the most memorable sailings in some of the most beautiful waters in the world, while daytime activities will be eclectic, exotic and each day will bring opportunities for new adventures.
The four-masted Star Clipper will call at unique and exotic ports of call where guests will have the opportunity to experience the Hindi culture, bustling streets and markets and the colourful sights and scenes before returning to Star Clipper at the end of the day.
One of the highlights included in the six new itineraries includes the opportunity to view Komodo Dragons, the world’s largest living species of lizard that live on Indonesia’s islands. Star Clipper guests will also have the chance to see the ‘Pinisi’ traditional sailing ships with a port call into the traditional village of Wera.
Other memorable highlights include an excursion to Mount Bromo, an active volcano in East Java, the opportunity to visit the Borobudur Temple Compound in the southern part of central Java and visit the Pura Ulun Danu Bratan water temple on Bali.