Star Clippers is to sail in Indonesia for the first time in 2017.
The tall ship sailing specialist will be running 19 departures between May 6 and October 14 next year.
The cruise durations will be between seven and 14 nights from Bali and Singapore.
The four-masted Star Clipper is being deployed to the region operating six itineraries, including the opportunity to view Komodo dragons.
Typical ports call include the volcanic island of Pulau Satonda, off the northern coast of Sumbawa, also a Marine National Park,
Star Clippers founder and owner, Mikael Krafft, said: “The Indonesian waters will really bring out the very best of a Star Clippers cruise and the natural scenery and spectacular sights will provide an exceptional back-drop for our beautiful ship, Star Clipper.
“Guests will enjoy the most memorable sailings in some of the most beautiful waters in the world, while daytime activities will be eclectic, exotic and each day will bring opportunities for new adventures.”
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