.We chose to celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary on Star Flyer. The real let down was our cabin no.301 (300 would be the same). So small, only suitable for one person. Had to get out of bed at the bottom as bed fixed both sides. Bed was comfortable but difficult getting out as there was a metre drop to the floor. Quite dangerous at night! We feel this aspect really was not value for money as we paid nearly £5,000 not including flights for a small room cupboard. Did have a port hole but very small and high up on the wall. Better cabins are available but at a huge price hike.
Enjoyed the food, varied and plentiful and the drink prices very reasonable, 3.50 euros for glass of wine/beer and 16 euros for bottle of wine. Cocktails around 5 euros.
No problem with sunbeds, two very small splash pools which were fine with us but not so good if you you wanted to swim.
The excursions were incredibly expensive for what was on offer and many people felt poor value for money. We did our own thing at each port which we preferred.
Entertainment is patchy to say the least so if you want full on entertainment a Star Clipper would not be for you. Mr and Mrs contests, fitness programme in the morning etc. all very low key.
Mainly tenders were used which surprised us and very dangerous for people with disabilities trying to get on as the ship was rocking plus the tender - pretty scary sometimes!
Staff friendly and helpful but we would not do this again as we do not feel it was value for money.
Dreadful some cupboard like cabin only suitable for one person as free floor space was tiny as two people could not be in the space together. No problem with cleanliness - done twice a day with fresh towels, toiletries etc. Never saw the cabin boy during the whole trip!