Star Clipper Review
About This Ship
Cabins: Traditional, yacht-like, and efficiently designed, cabins are adequate but far from spacious by modern standards. All cabins have a safe, vanity-desk, small settee, hair dryer, TV (except Category 6 inside), and marble bathroom with standard toiletries. As would normally be expected on a sailing vessel, staterooms forward and aft are more susceptible to motion than those midship. There is also a noticeable slant to the floor in cabins near the bow. Unless you are particularly agile, you will want to avoid the inside cabins on Commodore Deck, where beds are strictly upper and lower berths. Some cabins are outfitted with a third pull-down berth, but most passengers will find the space too cramped for three occupants. All cabins are equipped with regular 110-volt electrical outlets and one 110-volt outlet in the bathroom that is suitable for electric shavers only.
Top-Category Cabins: The Owner's cabin and Category 1 cabins have a minibar, whirlpool tub-shower combination, and the use of bathrobes during the cruise. Category 1 cabin doors open onto the outside deck, and the Owner's cabin has a sitting room.
Accessibility: None of the staterooms are designed for wheelchair accessibility, nor do any staterooms have connecting doors.
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