From Bali to Singapore (Star Clipper)

From Bali to Singapore (Star Clipper)

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Star Clippers will take you to a hidden corner of the Orient that adventurous travellers treasure for its unspoiled beaches and dream like natural beauty.

For Summer 2018, Star Clipper sails to the spice island of Bali, operating a choice of exciting itineraries exploring the islands of the Indonesian archipelago. These voyages provide a vibrant mix of culture and natural beauty including the dramatic volcanic scenery at Mount Bromo, the crater lake of Satonda, Borobudur Temple at Semarang, Retenggaro village on Sumba Island, the dragons of Komodo and the beautiful corals and sandy beaches of the Gili Islands.

The people are friendly and their smiles are genuine. The clarity of the water and the variety of marine life are amazing and many of these exquisite islands and surrounding waters are designated national parks, preserved forever to explore and enjoy. For snorkelling, or just curling your toes in warm sand, this is paradise found.

Trip Name
From Bali to Singapore (Star Clipper)
Vessel Type: Tall Ship Length: 109.7 m Passenger Capacity: 170 Star Clipper is a gorgeous four-masted ship just 360 feet long and carries only 170 guests in pampered comfort. Star Clipper is a true clipper ship, reflecting her proud heritage in every inch of the polished brass and gleaming brightwork that graces her decks and superstructure. Step aboard this striking vessel and you’ll be greeted by a new generation of sailing culture. Here, the grand traditions of the past, which characterise what sailing is all about, exist alongside the comforts and amenities found on the contemporary cruise liners of today. Star Clipper is a modern ship through and through, welcoming luxury-loving passengers from all over the world who hold the legacy and customs of the grand era close to their hearts yet yearn for a new and exciting adventure. Life aboard is very relaxed, much like travelling on a private yacht. You’ll never feel restricted or disorientated as the staff work tirelessly to meet your needs and make you feel comfortable. AccommodationThere are six categories of generous staterooms; giving you plenty of choice when deciding which one suits you best, whilst the expansive decks give the whole ship an uncluttered feel. In fact, you’ll find that, due to the small number of passengers on board and the spacious surroundings, Star Clipper offers more outdoor space per person than most conventional cruise ships. The interior design of Star Clipper again harks back to nautical days gone by. Famous sailing ships are remembered in paintings that are hung on the walls, while teak and lustrous mahogany rails are richly reminiscent of Star Clippers’ proud maritime heritage. She has an exquisite dining room, in which you can eat when and where you like, and a convivial indoor-outdoor Tropical Bar and Piano Bar, multiple swimming pools, and an Edwardian style library where a Belle Époque fireplace glows with a warmth that reflects the friendliness and enthusiasm of Star Clippers’ hospitable officers and crew.


Day 1 - Day 1 Benoa - Bali, Indonesia
Benoa is the main cruise port on the island of Bali. There are numerous places that can be accessed from here including the party-centric Kuta, Nusa Dua the popular beach resort with it's luxury hotels and restaurants as well as coffee plantations and rice terraces. Trips to temples, palaces markets and a bat cave are some of the many things also on offer.
Day 2 - Day 2 Gili Meno / Gili Trawangan - Lombok, Indonesia
Gili Trawangan, universally known as “Gili T”, is the most cosmopolitan and popular island. During the day you can explore the island on food, snorkel, sunbathe, join a dive trip, rent a bike or take a horse carriage ride. These activities are offered by local companies directly at the disembarkation pontoon.
Day 3 - Day 3 Lovina Beach - Bali, Indonesia
North of Bali, the Lovina tourist area stretches over 12 km and consists of a string of coastal villages: Kaliasem, Kalibukbuk, Anturan, Tukad Mungga, collectively know as Lovina. Lovina’s black sandy beaches are quite lovely, the sea is very calm here and safe for swimming. The atmosphere on the beach is one of laid-back tranquillity with colourfully decorated traditional outriggers called perahu dotted along the shoreline.
Day 4 - Day 4 Probolinggo - Java, Indonesia
Probolinggo is a port town whose main activity is fishing. It is also the nearest town of any size to the Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park on the east coast of Java, and a stopping point on the way to the Gunung Bromo volcano. The area in and around the park is inhabited by the Tenggerese, an ethnic minority, and one of the few remaining Hindu communities on the island of Java.
Day 5 - Day 5 East Madura - Giligenteng Island, Indonesia
To the south of Madura lies a small island, Giligenteng, a community of four peaceful little fishing villages, where everybody knows each other. The village of Bringsang consists of one small street, a mosque and a few local shops. There are no tourist attractions but it is an authentic fishing village and will give you an insight into the everyday life of this little community. The atmosphere is one of quiet content and the people are remarkably hospitable and friendly, saying hello and waving greetings as they go about their business. The beach here is really beautiful with clear water and pristine white sand.
Day 6 - Day 6 At sea
Day 7 - Day 7 Semarang - Java, Indonesia
Semerang is a port city on the north coast of Java. Dutch colonial architecture is prominent here and includes Lawang Sewu a huge structure built by a railway company. It's a busy administrative and trading city which has many captivating colonial monuments, beautiful gardens and superb views of the sea. There is even a museum established in 1970 to preserve a wide selection of steam locomotives, Ambarawa Railway Museum.
Day 8 - Day 8 Karimunjawa Archipelago - Java, Indonesia
Karimunjawa is a hidden paradise of Java. Also known as Karimun Java is is an archipelago of 27 islands known for it's white sand beaches and clear blue sea. Many visitors like to rent fishing boats and the locals are keen to help guide you on a hike around the islands. As you would expect diving is excellent here as the islands have 35 types of corals, sponges and there are even shipwrecks. After your chosen activity refresh yourself with a cooling coconut milk as coconuts can be found in abundance here.
Day 9 - Day 9 At sea
Day 10 - Day 10 Jakarta - Java, Indonesia
Located on the northwest coast of the world's most populous island of Java, Jakarta is the country's economic, cultural and political centre. As you would expect there are hundreds of things to see and do here. Numerous museums, historical buildings, landmarks, parks, shopping malls and markets await. The fusion of cultures including Chinese, Indonesian, Malay and Dutch make for some incredible dining experiences. Be sure you try one of the Street Food stalls. Jakarta will reward you with some unforgettable meals.
Day 11 - Day 11 Pulau Seribu / Thousand Islands - Java, Indonesia
Pilau Seribu means a "Thousand Island" but actually consists of 128 small islands located in the Bay of Jakarta. A few of the islands have been developed for tourism and offer general tourist facilities. The beaches are golden and fringed with coconut palms and the abundance of marine life make this another excellent choice for diving and snorkelling.
Day 12 - Day 12 Belitung Island, Indonesia
Belitung Island has been described as an incredible island paradise that you never knew existed. There are indeed lots of unique places to visit here. Danau Kaolin also known as the Blue Lake is an area where water started collecting in a kaolin mine, the combination of bright blue crystal clear waters and white mounds that look like floating icebergs is quite something which makes for some stunning photography. If you fancy a more cultural experience there is Museum Kata Andrea Hirata, the first and only museum of literature in Indonesia, a very colourful and vibrant place.
Day 13 - Day 13 Parai Beach - Bangka Island, Indonesia
Parai Beach is a beautiful spot on Bangka Island characterised by it's boulders. Swim, sunbathe, snorkel and or relax under a gazebo with an ice cold beer. If you can tear yourself away from the lounger to go exploring then the combination of the powder white sand, grey rocks and deep blue see make for an amazing photographic backdrop.
Day 14 - Day 14 At sea
Day 15 - Day 15 Singapore
Singapore is a city dedicated to business. The spires of its skyscrapers look like a big bar graph pointing to the sky. It is incredibly clean and crime is virtually unknown. But amid this obsessive neatness is a madly chaotic welter of peoples and cultures, drawn to Singapore in pursuit of the almighty Singapore dollar. Get a taste of colonial Singapore at Raffles, where the Singapore Sling was invented, Emerald Hill, with its charming pavilioned pre-war homes, the Victorian botanic garden and the green lawns of the Padang Cricket Club. And lest you forget, be sure to visit Orchard Road for non-stop shopping.

Trip Dates

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    • Visit Borobudur Temple from Semarang
    • Visit Mount Bromo from Probolinggo
    • Visit the Jakarta National Museum