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Fitness and Recreation
Formal exercise sessions take a backseat to water sports, although aerobics classes and swimming are featured on all ships. Only Royal Clipper has a marina platform that can be lowered in calm waters to access water sports and diving; however, the smaller ships replicate the experience by using motorized launches to reach reefs for snorkeling. A gym-spa with an array of exercise equipment, free weights, spa treatments, and unisex hair services are also found only on Royal Clipper. Despite the lack of a formal fitness center on Star Flyer and Star Clipper, morning aerobics or yoga classes are usually held on deck for active passengers. Massages, manicures, and pedicures can be arranged as well.
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