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I’ve always wanted to go on a cruise. Maybe it has to do with my childhood obsession with The love boat TV series (I secretly wanted to grow up and become just like Julie). I love the idea of enjoying life surrounded by the sea, sunbathing all day long sipping a fruity cocktail and visiting different cities without having to pack and unpack… and pack again. It’s perfect! But I don’t see myself in one of those huge cruise ships full of people that I don’t know and, let’s face it, that probably I won’t Β like. I’m in my 30s. I know I’m antisocial by now.

On the other hand, the idea of spending a week or so in a tiny boat with just a couple of people scares me a little bit. What happens if the captain gets sick? Do we die? Because that’s what comes to my mind! Have you seen Dead calm?

So when I came across Starclippers I knew they were made for me. Three gorgeous sailing vessels that visit unconventional ports, have the casual atmosphere of a private yacht and have a maximum capacity of 170, the smallest one, to 227 passengers, the biggest one. They offer different amazing routes: from the classical Mediterranean routes to incredible journeys in Central America.

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No crowds, international cuisine, off the beaten path ports… pure relax and joy!

Ps: The love boat theme. I can’t help it. I loooove it!

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