Relaxing Yoga Cruises | Star Clippers UK

Relaxing Yoga Cruises

yoga-cruisesOver the last couple of years, Star Clippers has offered guests free daily yoga and meditation on selected Yoga-themed sailings and we are planning similar voyages for 2017 sailings.

With spectacular settings as a background, yoga classes take place in the open air, on Star Clippers’ ships’ sun-warmed teak decks, under thousands of square feet of billowing sails – the ultimate relaxation for body and soul, enhanced by the fresh sea air.

Qualified yoga teachers have been holding the daily sessions of Astanga yoga, also known as power yoga, on deck in the cool morning air, with a second session just before sunset, including meditation. They have also delivered lectures on the philosophy of yoga and advice for practice at home. Call Star Clippers or your travel professional for details of these special departures.

Below is a list of all the scheduled yoga cruises for 2017. Whether you are joined by a qualified instructor or insightful speaker; you are guaranteed to find each experience highly beneficial.

View apdflist of all our Themed Cruises here(806.19 KB)

Call Star Clippers or your travel professional for details of these special departures.

Christmas Cruises | Star Clippers UK

Christmas Cruises 2017

Make this year's festivities the best yet by joining the Star Clippers crew for a Christmas cruise. Enjoy a range of festive offers for passengers wishing to book the Christmas sailing on Royal Clipper, Star Clipper or Star Flyer in 2017.

Christmas can often be a stressful time with everything that needs to be arranged, but why not escape it all this time round by sailing off to warmer climes and giving yourself the ultimate Christmas present in the process.

Spend Christmas Day on a beach in the Iles Des Saintes and then wake up in Martinique on Boxing Day morning, as you savour one of our Caribbean cruises in heat up to 27 degrees. Conversely, you could spend your December days on a tour of Cuba and the Cayman Islands; retreating to a quiet lagoon on Grand Cayman, with drink in hand, to wish yourself a Merry Christmas.