Discover the French Riviera with Star Clippers

For agents with clients looking to discover the French Riviera, Star Clippers has a variety of seven-day sailings onboard the 166-guest Star Flyer, with fares starting at $1,930 per person.

Designed to reflect the heritage of traditional tall ships, Star Clippers ships are thoroughly modern vessels that marry the romance of the sailing era with the comforts and amenities of modern day. In other words, the ideal vessel on which to arrive into ports like St. Tropez and Cannes for a day of leisure.

Because of its relatively small size, Star Flyer can drop anchor in out of the way ports that the big ships can’t reach.

On the Corsica and French Riviera itinerary sailing round trip from Cannes, a visit to Plage Saint Antoine in stunning Corsica puts guests in walking distance of a secluded beach surrounded by dramatic mountain ranges. The Ligurian Sea sailing calls on ports in Italy and France, including the islands of Elba, Sardinia and Corsica as well as fabled Monaco, the domain of princes and movie stars.

Visiting Monaco during the Grand Prix races is a must-do for racing fans, and Star Flyer offers two sailings in 2025 designed to put guests at the centre of the action. The Grand Prix Trials sailing round trip out of Cannes on May 17 and the Grand Prix Finals sailing departing Cannes on May 24, 2025 are designed to call on Monaco in time for the events—without the worry or expense of finding a hotel during the busiest time of year.

Star Clippers is also offering guests a $400 per cabin air credit plus a complimentary four-hour WiFi package when booking select sailings by May 31, 2024.

Offer includes 2024 and 2025 Mediterranean sailings ranging from seven to 16 nights. Offer is valid for residents of North, Central and South America only.

The company operates three of the world’s largest and tallest sailing vessels: Star Clipper and Star Flyer are traditional clipper ships with modern amenities carrying 166 guests, while the 227-guest Royal Clipper holds the Guinness World Record for being the largest and only five-masted, full-rigged sailing ship in service today.

Sail on over to for more.