Tagged: Tall Ships / Sailing Yacht

Variety Cruises launches new itineraries in Tahiti and French Polynesia On its elegant 50 passenger Sail Cruiser Panorama II

The two-masted sail cruiser Panorama IIWhat is the best way to truly experience Tahiti and Bora Bora and enjoy the crystal clear lagoons of French Polynesia? Set sail on a mega yacht with Variety Cruises! The award winning cruise line launched a new French Polynesia itinerary that has departures starting from December 2020 through March 2021. (more…)

HMB Endeavour Voyages as part of Encounters 2020

HMB Endeavour Voyages as part of Encounters 2020The Australian National Maritime Museum has announced the sale of berths to the general public on a series of voyages to mark 250 years since James Cook’s voyage along the east coast of Australia in 1770. The 2020/2021 itinerary will see the replica HMB Endeavour undertake a series of voyages around Australia over 14 months with these voyages forming part of the Encounters 2020 program. (expeditioncruising.com)


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Star Clippers Lets Guests Choose Favorite Perks on Select 2020 Tall Ship Mediterranean Sailings

The Royal Clipper in VeniceStar Clippers allows travelers to experience the Mediterranean the way it was meant to be seen, from on board a classic tall ship. Unlike the large ocean liners that ply the warm waters of the Mediterranean, Star Clippers ships are intimate—the largest vessel holds just 227 guests—and because of their smaller scale can visit remote ports of call not accessible by larger ships. (more…)

Windstar Cruises Releases New French Polynesia Video Showcasing Exotic Tahiti and South Pacific Sailings

Best Cruise to French Polynesia – Windstar Cruises

Windstar Cruises announces new itineraries and new destinations in the South Pacific for 2020-2021 on board the 148-passenger MSY Wind Spirit. The iconic sailing ship, designed for warm trade winds, is the belle of French Polynesia cruising year-round there since 2015.

In 2020, the four-masted Wind Spirit ventures to farther shores offering multiple sail dates on 14 new itineraries with maiden (first time) port calls in Fiji, Tonga, New Caledonia, the Cook Islands, and Australia, sailing February through June 2020. Wind Spirit will return to the Islands of Tahiti and the Tuamotus in July 2020, with cruise departures available to reserve now through December 2021 for tropical adventure and romance seekers.

“The South Pacific and French Polynesia are sought after destinations that capture the imagination like no other. As the leader in destination delivery by small ship, we’re excited to share our new video that vividly showcases that story,” says Windstar President John Delaney. “Sailing on Wind Spirit offers our guests the perfect Tahiti and South Pacific experience, anchoring in remote bays, landing on untouched beaches with awe-inspiring scenery and intriguing cultures. Cruising in this beautiful area inspires travel and enriches our perspective of the world.”

Full story at PR Web

(Windstar Cruises)

Flying Clipper from Brodosplit Shipyard Embarks on First Tour to Hvar

Flying Clipper (Credit: Siniša Aljinović)

On Monday, the Flying Clipper embarked on its first tour to Hvar thanks to the organizers of the Ultra Europe Festival. Over the next four days, the Flying Clipper will sail the organizers of Ultra Europe, dozens of foreign journalists and party leaders to visit the festival events on the islands of Brač, Hvar and Vis.

Windstar Announces 2020 Europe Cruises Featuring Itineraries Sailing Through the Baltic, Norwegian, North, Tyrrhenian, and Mediterranean Seas

Windstar Cruises (logo)Small ship cruise line Windstar Cruises offers an in-depth exploration of Europe in 2020, featuring a variety of itineraries sailing through the Baltic, Norwegian, North, Tyrrhenian, and Mediterranean seas visiting hidden harbors and small ports of call not accessible by larger cruise ships. (more…)

See a dragon up close with Star Clippers

Star Clipper - Star FlyerThe dragons of Komodo might not have wings but they are a magnificent sight to see in person. Reaching up to 10-feet in length, the Komodo Dragon is considered the largest lizard in the world. Star Clippers “Indonesia Treasure Chest Packages” offers the perfect opportunity to see these prehistoric like dragons in their natural habitat. (etbtravelnews.global)

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