To celebrate another year of luxury sailings, Star Clippers has released its 2020 brochure and with it, a new destination and plenty of new ports to explore. Star Clippers’ newest destination is Cambodia’s Koh Rong Island and Sihanoukville, and after an incredibly successful first season, Star Clippers is returning to Borneo in 2020. Star Clippers has also added 3 new ports to the 2020 season: Stintino, Zadar and Vis Island.

Southeast Asia is a top travel destination for Australians traveling overseas. Sail from Thailand to Cambodia on the Star Clippers Ko Samui roundtrip. Choose 10-night or 11-nights, starting in April 2020. With stops on the lush forested island of Koh Rong, the uninterrupted beaches of Cambodia’s trendiest city, Sihanoukville, and in-depth exploration of the iconic must-see temple, Angkor Wat, Cambodia boasts excellence all round.

Star Clippers is offering itineraries between Singapore and Kota Kinabalu, to explore the dense rain forests of Sarawak and the abundant wildlife in Sabah in Malaysian Borneo. In the Western Mediterranean, the Royal Clipper is set to visit new ports on its seven-night Corsica, Sardinia and Riviera sailings. The roundtrip out of Cannes includes a visit to the stylish Italian town, Portofino and Sardinia’s best beach in the traditional village of Stintino.

The Western Mediterranean sailings offer new ports in Croatia, including Zadar and its stunning Roman ruins, and an old favourite, the red-tiled city of Korcula, Croatia’s city of love. Step on board the Royal Clipper with adventures across Italy, Montenegro, and Croatia. The 11-night itinerary offers an exclusive experience at a new port on Croatia’s Vis Island, a highlight of the region, previously untouched by tourism.

With expanding destinations and ports across Southeast Asia and the Western Mediterranean, Star Clippers offers an exclusive early booking discount of up to 30%, proving that they are destined to shine in 2020.

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