Star Flyer Review
About This Ship
Pros and Cons
Pros: the sheer beauty of real sailing combined with the luxury of creature comforts; coffee and tea available around the clock at the piano bar; seating for six to eight in the dining room is designed to maximize socializing.
Cons: there are no tables for two in the dining room; designed to conserve water, bathroom taps can be frustrating until you are accustomed to the regulated water flow; on a ship this size there aren't too many spots to get away from fellow passengers.
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