Blue Clipper is an elegant schooner rig tall ship with sweeping teak decks and plenty of space below decks – perfect for those wanting an active sailing holiday in comfort.
Sailing on Blue Clipper is perfect for those that have little or no experience. With a knowledgable and permanent crew, Blue Clipper is a great base to learn more about sailing a tall ship and guests are encouraged to get involved hoisting the sails, taking the helm and knot tying. On her longer Atlantic crossings, guests will work hand in hand with the crew to take turns in the watch system.
Her deckhouses are home to the galley where the dedicated chef cooks up breakfast, lunch and dinner for guests. Using as much local produce as possible; think hearty, home-cooked meals, fresh bread and cake – perfect after a day in the salty air. Alongside the galley is the generous saloon area. Comfy leather sofas and long tables make for a great space to socialise with the other guests over dinner and a dram or two.
Below deck, Blue Clipper has six spacious twin ensuite cabins and one 4 berth ensuite cabin for guests. All cabins have their own reading lights, a porthole for natural light and have heating/air conditioning, with ample storage space.
A typical day on Blue Clipper will see the sails hoisted in search of a picturesque anchorage preferably off the beaten track. After a few hours sailing, the anchor is dropped with chance for guests to explore ashore or simply relax on the boat with a book – the choice is yours. Blue Clipper also has 3 kayaks and 3 paddle-boards for guest use while on anchor so you can explore even further along the shore line.
Blue Clipper's Crew
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Blue Clipper is perfect for those wanting to really get involved with sailing a tall ship.Read Blue Clipper's Adventure Logs
The History of
Built in Sweden in 1991 but inspired by a classic tall ship rig.Read more