Star Clipper Review
About This Ship
The mahogany-panel dining room serves a single open seating buffet-style breakfast and lunch. Dinner in the dining room is seated and served European-style. For early risers, a Continental breakfast with coffee, fruit, and pastries is set up in the Piano Bar; specialty coffees are available at the bar for a charge. A buffet lunch is offered most days on deck in the Tropical Bar, as are late-afternoon snacks and predinner canapés. On select itineraries an outdoor luncheon barbecue is prepared one day ashore. Late-night canapés are offered in the Piano Bar. There's no room service unless you're sick and can't make it out to meals.
Crystal Cruises is expanding its program aimed at connecting its guests with the residents of its po Read moreRead more
With Alaska's cruise season poised to begin in May, now is the time to decide which ship and itinerary Read moreRead more
If you think expedition cruising is just about Antarctica and the Arctic, think again. Read moreRead more
Okay, not only are my wife and I handicapped, but there is this great news about the very ship we're set to be on in early May:
Passengers sailing on the Grandeur of the Seas from the Port of Baltimore Read more
My wife and I will be cruising in early May on Royal Caribbean to Port Canaveral, Fla., and 1 day each at Nassau and CocoCay in the Bahamas. We both have chronic pain issues and are risking it anyway.
We Read more
We have never sailed out of Boston and are wondering where a good place to stay overnight on both ends would be. Read more