About Singles Sailing Adventure-Bali, Lombok & Komodo National Park

Join President, Tammy Weiler for a laid back, casual, sailing experience with the classy touches, aboard one of the finest sailing vessels AND enjoy the up close and personal moments while navigating the exotic islands of Indonesia and Komodo National Park, one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World. We’ll access intimate, off-the-beaten-track places with less crowds and superb scuba diving and snorkeling.  Add our Eat, Pray Love Package in Bali for an exotic adventure you’ll never forget and receive $100 onboard credit!


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Sail away on the SVP Star Clipper and discover the exotic islands of Indonesia, beginning and ending in Bali, including Komodo National Park, one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World! Enjoy your cruise in peak season with sunny days and no rain in sight. Make new friends and meet Tammy Weiler, the President of Fun & Adventure!  You’ll enjoy time together eating, scuba diving, snorkeling, ogling temples, shopping in local markets and touring the islands of Indonesia.

Of course, almost everyone loves the big cruise ships with all the bells & whistles, but when you are on our small, luxury sailing fleet, you’ll fall in love with the sea. STI invites you to join us on an intimate sailing that will fill your soul with a breath of life that you never thought you had.
Our laid back week is casual, yet classy, and not structured like a big ship experience.

Star Clipper reflects it’s proud heritage in every inch of it’s polished brass and gleaming brightwork. Step aboard this unique vessel and discover a new age of sail, where the traditions of the past are happily married to the comforts and amenities of the present day. Star Clipper is a modern cruise ship in every way, created for luxury-loving singles who also love the traditions and romance of the legendary era of sailing ships.

Life aboard is blissfully relaxed, much like traveling on a private yacht. You’ll never feel confined on Star Clipper, with spacious, air conditioned accommodations, expansive teak decks with ample space and not one, but two swimming pools!

Inclusive Features of our Singles Sailing Adventure:

  • 7 Nights Double or Single Cabin Accommodations in one of 3 Cabin Categories: Standard, Oceanview (port hole) and Deluxe (floor to ceiling window). See our Photos tab for pictures of each category.
  • Port Stops all Around the Exotic and Natural Island of Indonesia: Lombok, Komodo National Park, Pink Beach, Satonda Island, Gili Meno & Gili Nanggu
  • Air Conditioning and Private Bathroom with Shower in Every Cabin
  • Enjoy 3 Meals Daily in an Air Conditioned Dining Room, Featuring Chef Inspired, International Menus from the Far Corners of the Earth
  • Sample Breakfast: Fresh Tropical Fruits and Crisp Bacon, Grilled Sausage, Smoked Salmon and Omelettes Cooked to Order
  • Sample Lunch: Marvelous Seafood Buffet, Salads and Grilled Favorites or Festive Outdoor Barbecue on Shore
  • Sample Dinner: 4 Courses (with choices) of the Chef’s Finest Culinary Presentations Designed to Please the Eye and the Palate.
  • Learn the Ropes, Hoist the Sails, Take a Turn at the Wheel and Enjoy Classes on Knot Tying, the Stars, or Navigation.
  • Meet the Captain & Officers: Open Bridge and Educational Lectures

Now add the Exclusive Singles Travel Features:

  • Camaraderie of Adventurous Singles who Enjoy the Finer things in Life
  • Roommate Matching Saving You Lots of Money!
  • Welcome Aboard Ice Breaker Party with Complimentary Open Bar and Hors d’oeuvres
  • Complimentary Glass of Wine with Dinner Every Night
  • Singles Activities Every Evening Including Port Parties When Possible (Dance Clubs, Meet the Locals, etc.)
  • Group Photo
  • Complimentary Watersports Program: Water-skiing, Windsurfing, Kayaking, Paddle Boarding, Sunfish Sailing and Snorkeling.
  • Port Charges, Government Fees And Fuel Surcharges Of $255 Are Included In Our Fare
  • Private And Secure Chat Reserved Exclusively For Members On Your Vacation
  • Meet Other Single, Like Minded Adventurers Who Wish To Socialize And Make New, Life Long Friends!
  • Special Attention from Singles Travel International Concierge*

*Minimum of 20 guests required. If no director, a guest will be designated as a leader to coordinate the first day’s activities. Inclusive features are subject to revision at the discretion of STI.

Inclusive features are subject to revision at the discretion of STI. Ages listed are not meant as a restriction, but are simply used as a guideline. Singles Travel International does not guarantee the number of guests, ages or ratios.


Wed-Sat, July 11-14:  Pre Cruise Eat, Pray Love Package in Bali – Expand to See Full Itinerary Arrive early and take advantage of the myriad options at our resort hotel. Treat yourself to a relaxing, 50 minute spa service, an exhilarating shore excursion, 2 tank dive or more fruity drinks at the bar.
Sat, Jul 14:  Benoa – Bali, Indonesia is the main cruise port on the island of Bali. There are numerous places that are accessible from here including the party-centric Kuta, Nusa Dua the popular beach resort with it’s luxury hotels and restaurants as well as coffee plantations and rice terraces. Trips to temples, palaces markets and a bat cave are some of the many things also on offer.
Sun, Jul 15:  Gili Kondo – Lombok, Indonesia is an uninhabited island which is part of thirty-three small islands in Eastern Lombok. The word Gili simply means “small island” in the Sasak language. Enjoy snorkelling directly from the beach, the waters are very calm and there are plenty of multi-coloured fish. Afterwards you can relax on the white sand and soak up some rays, or take a long beachcombing stroll.
Mon, Jul 16:  At Sea to enjoy scenery and get to know your fellow travelers.
Tue, Jul 17:  Komodo National Park – Komodo, Indonesia The park was founded in 1980 with the aim of preserving the unique Komodo dragon and its habitat. Komodo Island is the bleak and desolate domain of this highly aggressive reptile that looks like a relic from the age when dinosaurs walked the earth. The species is notoriously fierce and the “dragon” moniker is well deserved. The Komodo dragon which belongs to a once widespread order of monitor lizards now survives only on a handful of islands. This giant lizard can grow up to 3 metres in length and weigh as much as 150 kg. Like other monitor lizards they have tapered heads, visible ear-openings, a long slender neck, round pupils and eyelids and above all very powerful jaws. Komodo, Indonesia: Pink beach, or Pantai Merah, is one of only seven such beaches on the whole planet. The amazing colour comes from microscopic animals called Foraminifera which leave a red pigment on the coral reefs and the name Pantai Merah literally means red beach. Pink beach is bounded by turquoise blue sea and offers spectacular views of the surrounding area, including small islands, hills and mountains. It is said to be the best spot for snorkelling in Komodo National Park.
Wed, Jul 18:  Satonda Island – Indonesia is a tiny uninhabited island formed millions of years ago by an eruption which rocked the sea bed at 1,000 m and projected volcanic rock upwards to a height of 289 meters above sea level. The local people believe that the island is sacred and you can see offerings in the form of bits of coral hanging in the trees; these have been put there by pilgrims who visit the island in the hope of having their wishes granted. Satonda is surrounded by beautiful coral reefs with a large variety of tropical fish; to protect this unique underwater paradise the island was declared to be a Marine Nature Park in 1999.
Thu, Jul 19:  Gili Meno & Gili Trawangan – Lombok, Indonesia, universally known as “Gili T”, is the most cosmopolitan and popular island. During the day you can explore the island on food, snorkel, sunbathe, join a dive trip, rent a bike or take a horse carriage ride. These activities are offered by local companies directly at the disembarkation pontoon.
Fri, Jul 20:  Gili Nanggu – Lombok, Indonesia is on the southwest coast of Lombok and is still relatively undeveloped, offering a pristine natural region for travelers to explore. The only noise that breaks the serene silence is the singing and twittering of the birds. The beaches are powder white sand and the water crystal clear and teaming with thousands of tropical fish making it an ideal destination for snorkeling If you’re lucky you may even spot some sea turtles.
Sat, Jul 21:  Benoa – Bali, Indonesia
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Important Air Schedule Notice: For cruise only, be sure to schedule your arrival into Bali, Indonesia (DPS) for arrival prior to 2 p.m. on July 14 and depart from Bali on July 21 after 1:00 p.m.
Itinerary is subject to change at the discretion of Star Clippers without compensation. Singles Travel International is not responsible for the consequences of any changes.

Treat yourself to a relaxing, 50 minute spa service, an exhilarating shore excursion, 2 tank dive or more fruity drinks at the bar compliments of STI when you add our package at the same time as the cruise.  Members receive a $100 onboard credit when they add our package at the same time that they book the cruise. 

July 11-14, 2018 

Our 3 Night Pre Cruise EAT, PRAY, LOVE Package in Bali Includes:

  • 3 Nights Accommodations at the 5-Star, Luxury, Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa
  • Company of other Single Travelers
  • Welcome Get-Together with optional dinner in Nusa Dua Beach on Thursday & Friday
  • 5 Meals: Full, Hot Daily Breakfast Daily (3), Volcano View Buffet Lunch (1) and Cooking Class with Lunch (1)
  • 2 Full Day Tours with Lunch: Ubud Tampaksiring Volcano on July 12 & Balinese Culinary Experience and A Day with Balinese on July 13
  • All Transportation on Tour Thursday & Friday by Air Conditioned Vehicle
  • Transfer to the Star Clipper on Saturday
  • English Speaking Guide Assistance Throughout the Program
  • Entrance Fees, Donation and Retribution, Parking Fee as Per Itinerary
  • Mineral Water, Chilled Tissue Throughout the Program
  • Baggage Handling
  • Hotel Taxes
  • Personal Services of our STI Concierge (10 Minimum)

Rates are subject to change at any time until confirmed by STI vacation specialist. If the Indonesian rupiah fluctuates by more than 3% or our group falls below 10 members, the new adjusted rate applies.

Note that guests must make the reservation with STI in order to participate in group activities in Bali. Bookings made directly with the hotel do not qualify and fees will apply to join group activities.

Day-to-Day Itinerary 

Day 1: Wednesday, July 11

Arrive in Denpasar International airport and after immigration, you will be met by our guide for transfer to our luxurious home for 3 nights, Check-in at the Nusa Dua and rest of the day/evening is at leisure.  If you plan to do spa treatments, now is the time to make your appointments.  Bali has the best massages in the world!

Evening: Meet your fellow adventurers at an informal get together at our hotel this evening.  Many flights arrive late so tonight we’ll likely be ready for some rest before so that we enjoy our time in Bali.

Day 2: Thursday, July 12
Ubud Tampaksiring Volcano

Enjoy a delicious breakfast at our hotel before we depart on our full day tour with lunch.

8:00 a.m. Today we’ll start the day early so we’re able to fit al the wonderful site into our day. First, an exploration of Ubud Palace, home of the Ubud Royal family, with beautiful Balinese traditional houses. Originally founded by Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel, who ruled from 1800 – 1823, it is set in the centre of Ubud. After the palace we’ll cross the road to visit the renowned Ubud market. This market forms the economic centre of Ubud and has been featured in numerous films, while remaining critically important to the local community.

Then visit the Holy spring Temple, which the locals call Tampak Siring, regarded as a purification Temple. The temple and its two bathing pools have been used by the Balinese for over a thousand years in order to promote good health and prosperity, as the spring water is said to have the power to cure all sorts of ailments from physical conditions to black magic spells. To this day, the Balinese people carry out regular purification ceremonies here.

Proceed to the village of Kintamani, the best spot – weather permitting – for views of Mount Batur, an active volcano sitting alongside Lake Batur. Scanning the horizon from left to right, we will observe that Kintamani sits on the caldera rim of a majestic volcano, and Mount Batur, directly in front of us, is merely a ‘small’ mountain that has been created by thousands of years of volcanic activity. Enjoy a buffet lunch served at a local restaurant overlooking the volcano while we wonder about the mighty forces of Mother Nature that created this natural scene. Then on the way to our hotel, we’ll pass Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave) at Bedulu, and be amazed by this ancient holy sight – a former hermitage for Buddhist monks, who used to meditate in small rooms deep inside the cave.

4:30 p.m. (approximately) Back at our hotel we’ll have time to kick back and relax, get a massage or grab a drink or 2 with new friends. Our STI Concierge will have ideas for dinner in the Nusa Dua Beach area.

Day 3: Friday, July 13
Balinese Culinary Experience and A Day with Balinese

Enjoy a delicious breakfast at our hotel before we depart on our full day tour with lunch.

8:00 a.m. Our day begins with an early morning visit to the local market, where ingredients for today class are purchased, including spices, meat, seafood, vegetables and other thing that we need. See the locals going about their everyday routines in the market, which is all over by 8am. Experience Balinese warm greetings in the traditional way of life before entering a Balinese compound where we will be offered tea, coffee, and typical Balinese traditional cakes as refreshment. The process to make coconut oil will be shown after we have a look around the compound.

We’ll also have a chance to watch the local’s activities such as:

Ironing smith and how Balinese people produce their traditional tools, a Balinese hat maker and how Balinese people produce wine “tuak”, Finally, we’ll witness mat weaving made of pandanus tectorius leaves, flowers and fruits arrangement a part of the Balinese way of life that has been inherited from generation to generation for centuries.

We are welcomed to practice our climbing skill by climbing a coconut tree to get the coconut fruits for our refreshing beverage after our hands on with traditional tools to plant rice!  An amazing experience that we’ll not soon forget. After the variety activities, it’s time for our coking class.  We head to our cooking school and invited to enjoy a fresh coconut before heading into the open air kitchen for the class.

This afternoon, we’ll discover the unique flavors of Balinese cuisine. Our Cooking Class offers a fascinating introduction to the exotic ingredients and unique culture of Balinese food. Gain a valuable insight into the techniques of preparation and cooking which are used on a daily basis in homes all over the island.

4:00 p.m. (approximately) Upon return to our hotel, time to relax or get a massage, then meet for dinner in a local restaurant.

Day 4: Friday, July 14
Cruise Embarkation

Enjoy a delicious breakfast at our hotel with free time until 3 p.m. when we depart for our cruise.

Our Cruise 

The weekly program of entertainment for us to enjoy is as follows. See the list below. Program may vary on site and is at the discretion of the crew. Watch this space for a complete listing of optional excursions.

What is there to do on board?

As little or as much as you wish. This is your home away from home for the week, so you may sunbathe, jump off and swim or float, kayak, read, socialize, party, dance, lead, follow, participate in group games, steer the ship, enjoy sailing related classes, sleep on deck under the stars, play board games, exercise, or just sit and take in the beauty of the ship, listen to the wind in the rigging and the waves lapping against the hull. You are the master of your day! This is not a “if it’s 1 p.m., there’s bingo in the Lido” kind of an experience. Come prepared to be interesting and interested.

Are there water sports included?

STI provides for a complimentary water-sports program – water-skiing, windsurfing, kayaking, paddle boarding, sunfish sailing and snorkeling. Scuba divers, bring your dive cards!  We’ll have an opportunity to dive some of the best reefs in the world.

How will we spend our time ashore?

Most of the day is spent in port exploring the islands of Indonesia. Excursions and activities vary from island to island. Hiking, mountain biking, snorkeling, island tours, beach BBQ’s, sunbathing on pristine beaches, hikes, nature preserves and more.

Be sure to read our FAQ tab for even more details.

Itinerary is subject to change at the discretion of Star Clipper without compensation. Singles Travel International is not responsible for the consequences of any changes.


Once you make your online reservation, an STI reservation specialist will contact you to review and recommend additional services. Depend on them for assistance with airfare, proper protection, pre and post tour services. Once that step is complete, you will receive a final invoice from us confirming your reservation details.

READ your invoice and the FAQ page very carefully and advise if any changes need to be made.

UPLOAD a COLOR copy of your passport to us within 7 days of your reservation (within 24 hours if reserved after April 13).

Click here to upload to our secure folder.

Next, say hello to your fellow travelers on the chat!

Your “Final Vacation Details & Meetup Information” including transportation and how to meet up with the group will be posted here 14 days prior to trip start date. Questions? Email us at service@singlestravelintl.com.

The trip begins in Bali on July 14, 2018, and ends in Bali on July 21, 2018. Therefore the trip is 7 nights/8 days.

Add our 3 night Eat, Pray, Love package before the cruise for a complete vacation experience on the Island of the Gods.

Treat yourself to a relaxing, 50 minute spa service, an exhilarating shore excursion, 2 tank dive or more fruity drinks at the bar compliments of STI when you add our package at the same time as the cruise.  Members receive a $100 onboard credit when they ad or package at the same time that they book the cruise. 

A deposit is due at time of reservation. Refer to the Price My Trip tab for the amount. Final payment is due in our office by April 13, 2018. A reminder will be emailed to you 7 days prior to due date and your card will automatically be charged. If you make a reservation after April 13, full payment is due at time of reservation.

Yes. All cancellations must be made in writing to Singles Travel International and are subject to per person penalties as follows:

After deposit and at anytime of cancellation, a minimum charge of $75.00 plus credit card charges will apply in addition to other penalties listed below.

*Cancellations made between March 16 and April 13, 2018  – $500 penalty applies.

*Between April 14 and May 15, 2018 – 50% penalty applies in addition to the $75 administration fee.

*Between May 16 and June 14, 2018 – 75% penalty applies in addition to the $75 administration fee.

*After June 14, 2018, any cancellations or “no-shows” – 100% penalty.

Air packages and air tickets are subject to cancellation policies imposed by the airlines.

Note that if you elect to take a roommate and he/she cancels after our cut off date, we will do everything to find a new match. However, if no match is found, the difference in cost for a single cabin/room is the responsibility of the guest who cancels. No refund will be given to the guest who cancels, regardless of cruise or tour company policy as stated above. Singles Travel International is not responsible for costs related to cancellations after our cut off date.

Cancellations must be made in writing to us at service@singlestravelintl.com and refunds are made to your credit card within 7 days.

To enjoy the welcome aboard party from 4-6, be onboard the Star Clipper by 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 14.

We cannot believe you’re not going to enjoy a bit of Bali, but if you just need a ride from the airport to the ship in Bali on July 14, click Book Now and add it to your reservation. Email your flight itinerary to us at service@singlestravelintl.com. Be sure to arrive by 1 p.m. in order to make our shuttle.

Singles Travel International is a vacation event company that plans singles events and markets our events at our expense to create a “singles only” experience. We do not allow guests to join the group unless the reservation has been made by STI. Our policy is firm for tours and cruises, as well as pre and post trip hotel stays. Members and friends that “show up” will not be allowed to participate without paying an equivalent fee to the rest of the group that made the reservation with STI. Your credit card on file will automatically be charged.

In order to accommodate singles from all over the world, our tours and cruises are priced as land/cruise only. Therefore, airfare is additional. Singles Travel International is a licensed ticketing agency and oftentimes has low negotiated fares.

If you plan to arrange your own flights, make sure to arrive in Bali before 2:00 p.m. on April 14 and depart after 1:00 p.m. on April 21, unless you add our Eat, Pray, Love Package before the cruise. Reserve your package on our Book Now or Price My Trip tabs.  In that case, arrive in Bali on July 11 at any time.  Our welcome party will be early evening.

Ngurah Rai International Airport, also known as Denpasar International Airport or I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, is the main airport in Bali.

We recommend flying into Bali, Indonesia (DPS) for arrival prior to 2 p.m. on July 14 and depart fromBali on July 21 after 1:00 p.m.

On July 14, all members are requested aboard no later than 4:00 p.m. for a welcome aboard party and eventual 7:00 p.m. sailing.

Transportation on July 14 and 21 are available between the airport and the Star Clipper for $29 each way. Book Now to add to your package.

Please provide your flight schedule to us no later than 30 days prior to departure so that transfers may be arranged.

Note that on the day of disembarkation (July 21), we arrive at 6:00 a.m. and it takes about 2 hours before any members may disembark, approximately 8:00 a.m. All members must be off no later than 10:00 a.m.  Allow 30 minutes for the transfer to the airport and check in is required 3 hours prior to departure. We recommend that you book a return flight after 1:00 p.m. on departure day for a leisurely breakfast on the last morning and transfer to Bali (DPS) in time for your flight.

If you plan to join us on our Eat, Pray, Love package, arrive anytime on July 11. Flights to Bali often arrive late, but if you arrive in the afternoon, meet us for happy hour, other wise we’ll have an official meet and greet at breakfast on July 12.


STI offers round-trip transfers on cruise departure and arrival days (July 14 & 21) for $29 each way. Book Now to add to your package.

The least expensive route is via taxi for approximately $7 USD (subject to change at any time).  See the taxi counter on arrival to reserve a specific taxi.  You will establish the price in advance based on your destination and then be assigned a taxi. For more details click here.

Transportation on July 14 and 21 are available between the airport and the Star Clipper for $29 each way. Book Now to add to your package.

Please provide your flight schedule to us no later than 30 days prior to departure so that transfers may be arranged.

Note that on the day of disembarkation, all members must be off no later than 10:00 a.m. The earliest tender departs at approximately 8-8:30 a.m. Allow 30 minutes for the transfer to the airport and check in is required 3 hours prior to departure. We recommend that you book a return flight after 1:00 p.m. on departure day for a leisurely breakfast on the last morning and transfer to Bali (DPS) in time for your flight.

The ship anchors off the coast of Bali near the Tanjung Benoa cruise port located 15 minutes from Nusa Due Beach where we’ll be staying for our pre cruise package. The Star Clipper will dock alongside in the port of Benoa, Terminal East, Jl. Raya Pelabuhan, Benoa, Denpasar, Bali.

Boarding & Welcome Aboard Party begin at 4 p.m. on Saturday afternoon and all members are requested to be aboard no later than 6 p.m.

Our STI Concierge will be awaiting your arrival at 4 p.m. aboard the Star Clipper or as escort with you from our hotel if you add our pre cruise package.

Our cruise does not include airfare, transfers, extra hotel nights before and after the cruise and shore excursions. You are responsible for alcoholic beverages (except when included in STI events), meals not indicated in itinerary, incidentals such as laundry and phone calls, gratuities to STI staff ($10-$15 per day) and Star Clipper crew members. The approximate gratuity is 8 Euros per day which is pooled by the entire crew.

We urge you to verify baggage restrictions with all your air carriers in advance. Small carriers in may charge greater fees and if you over pack, you may end up paying a hefty bill or have your bags left behind. We remind you again and again, to pack as lightly as possible, mixing and matching colors. The attire for this cruise is casual, dinner is smart casual (no tanks, t-shirts, shorts) and there is a Captain’s dinner which is upscale casual

The currency in Bali is the Rupiah. As of publication, a U.S. dollar is worth just over 10,000 rupiahs.

Rupiahs are available at banks and currency exchange centers in the United States (higher rates of exchange) and upon arrival in Bali. We recommend that  you bring cash (USD, Euros, Canadian) with you, exchange a small amount at the airport to pay for your taxi and to get you started. You’ll then be able to source a reliable money changer close to your accommodation.

An assortment of low denomination bills and coins are a “must” when exploring Bali, as cash is used for most transactions and businesses and cab drivers often expect the customer to provide exact change.

In addition to cash, bring along a no fee credit card for the best experience.

ATMs also are available to withdraw rupiahs from a bank account, though the amount of rupiahs issued varies by machine and an international withdraw fee and transaction fees are charged on most ATM transactions, notes the Frommer’s travel website.

Credit cards are accepted at most high-end hotels, restaurants, stores and nightclubs, with Visa and MasterCard being the most commonly accepted cards.  For more info on currency in Bali click here. 

Currency aboard the Star Clipper is the Euro. For up to date exchange rates, visit www.xe.com. Your credit card will be accepted to settle your bill onboard the Star Flyer, as well as in major shops and restaurants ashore. All onboard purchases are billed with a guest check and added to your personal shipboard account. At the end of the cruise, you will receive a total bill, that may be paid with cash or charged to a credit card. If you are sharing with another guest, no worries. You will each receive a separate statement.

Prepare by verifying with your credit card company whether or not they have an international conversion fee. Some allow charges with no fee, others charge up to 3% per transaction.

We generally recommend $300-$500 to members based on their lifestyles. Most charges such as cocktails, excursions and and tips for the crew are able to be placed on your shipboard account and charged to your credit card. Allow for shopping in port and any off ship dining.

Massages are the best in Bali and very inexpensive so don’t miss out on one of the highlights here.  Cash is the only way to pay unless you are at a high end hotel and massage rates to match.


Yes, passports are required and be sure to confirm that your passport is current and will be valid at least six months after your departure. If you do not have one or need a new one, contact the State Department Passport Office in your area immediately or click here to visit their website. We recommend that you also make copies of your passport, driver’s license, photo identification card and/or birth certificate in case of loss, and carry them with you on your trip separate from your passport.

No visa required for US and Canadian citizens as well as many other countries. The Free Visa Stamp is good for 30 days with no extension. Click here to review the list.

Visas may be required for non US citizens and it is every member’s responsibility to obtain the proper documentation prior to departure from the US.

Never pack your passport or other important documentation in your checked luggage!

Inoculations are not mandatory, however, STI recommends that you check with your own doctor to determine your risk factors before traveling to Indonesia.

For the most part, our program visits the more highly traveled tourist areas and we are not going to be visiting rural locations.

Follow this link to learn more about recommended precautions by the CDC. 

Our site is so popular that we guarantee to find a roommate for you or the single cabin is on us! Guarantees are based on the lowest priced category. Upgrades are charged the full single rate less the lowest share credit if no equal match is found. In order to take advantage of our offer, you must be paid in full by April 13, 2018. Even after the cut-off date, we get so many calls that finding a roommate is easy. So please let us know if you are interested when making your booking.

Single cabins are also available at an additional rate assessed by Star Clipper.

Our guarantee is based on the lowest, inside cabin share rate. If you opt for a higher category and we are unable to match in that category, you are responsible for the difference to move a member into your cabin to make a match. You may also opt to take your own cabin at that time for the single cabin rate. Assessments are made at final payment date, 90 days prior to departure.

Roommate matches are based on the same sex, general age range and smoking preference whenever possible, but not guaranteed. STI reserves the right to make any match up until day of cruising, including roommate changes once onboard for members who select the Share & Save option.

We highly recommend that our guests contact their roommates in advance. Booked members have access to our private online chat. Meet your roommate as well as the other members on your vacation. Singles Travel International makes every effort to accommodate requests, but does not guarantee the satisfaction or success of a roommate match. It’s the responsibility of the guest to contact his/her roommate and ask the appropriate questions.

Optional pre and post cruise/tour stays are not eligible for the guarantee. Chances are excellent that we’ll find you a match, but if no match found by 30 days prior to departure, member pays the single supplement.

Read more about Roommate Matching on our Frequently Asked Questions found at the Help Center.

Please contact your preferred carrier directly to make your reservation. If Singles Travel International issues a promotional economy fare, granting of frequent flyer credit is entirely at the airline’s discretion. If the flights are eligible, to ensure you earn frequent flyer credit from the airline, give your frequent flyer account number when you check in for your flights. In addition, save your boarding passes and the passenger receipt from your airline ticket. You may need to submit these to the airline (not to Singles Travel International) to claim any credit allowed.

Each cabin is an has your own private bathroom. While cabins vary in size, location and price, all include many important comforts:

– Private Shower with ample, fresh, hot water*
– Private Bathroom Facilities with full size toilet*
– All cabins have both 110-volt U.S. current for electric devices and 220-volt European
– Sufficient wardrobe space including under bed storage for luggage and lots of hooks to hang clothing and towels.
– Daily Steward Service and nightly turn-down service
– Television (except Cat 6), DVD player (except Cat 6), phone, thermostat control, private safe, hair dryer
– 110 volt/American outlets.

Public Space Includes:

– Air Conditioned Dining Room with Sea Views from Every Table
– 2 outdoor swimming pools (dipping)
– Tropical Bar
– Piano Bar
– Edwardian Style Library

Aboard the Star Clipper, all cabins have both 110-volt U.S. current for electric devices and 220-volt European.

While in Bali, you will want to use a converter and adapter for European voltage and prongs.  Click here to read more.

No! Just relax and laze about and leave the sailing to Star Clipper’s professional crew. But if you wish to learn the ropes, the crew is more than happy to have you help hoist the sails, take a turn at the wheel and even enjoy classes on knot tying, the stars, or navigation.

As little or as much as you wish. This is your home away from home for the week, so you may sunbathe, jump off and swim or float, kayak, read, socialize, party, dance, lead, follow, participate in group games, steer the ship, enjoy sailing related classes, sleep on deck under the stars, play board games, exercise, or just sit and take in the beauty of the ship, listen to the wind in the rigging and the waves lapping against the hull. You are the master of your day! This is not a “if it’s 1 p.m., there’s bingo in the Lido” kind of an experience. Come prepared to be interesting and interested.

Yes! A Complimentary Watersports Program may Include Water-skiing, Windsurfing, Kayaking, Paddle Boarding, Sunfish Sailing and Snorkeling based on country regulations. Based on the ports for this cruise, the snorkeling, paddle boarding and kayaking will be the main water sports.

Most of the day is spent in port exploring the ports of call. Excursions and activities vary from port to port and this itinerary is a scuba divers delight. Bring your dive certificate and you’ll be ready to go. Other activities include hiking, mountain biking, snorkeling, island tours, beach BBQ’s, sunbathing on pristine beaches, encounters with Kimono Dragon’s and more. Most landings will be dry, but some may be wet, and tenders are used in many ports.

Excursion prices are subject to change at any time but generally cost $50 and up. STI will provide a sneak peak before you depart. All options are purchased onboard, not in advance, and billed directly to your shipboard account.

Yes. Coffee, tea and juices are available at all meals on a complimentary basis.

Singles Travel International has also included a Welcome Aboard Ice Breaker Party with Complimentary Open Bar as well as a Complimentary Glass of Wine with Dinner Every Night! Our party may not be held on the first evening.

Add our Eat, Pray Love package when booking your cruise and earn $100 onboard credit which may be used toward your bar bill.

Smoking is permitted in designated areas at the Tropical Bar and on Sun Deck. Candles, matches and lighters may never be used in your cabin.

Of course not. You will be pleased to find out that nearly 90% of our guests on every cruise sign up and have never met anyone before joining the group. In 24 years, we have perfected the singles cruise experience. It is paramount that our guests meet each other right away and have opportunities to mingle every day.

From the moment you board the ship, our STI Concierge is waiting to meet you at our Hospitality Desk or Welcome Event. Our first evening begins with a private, welcome aboard cocktail party followed by daily activities both onboard the ship as well as in each port. We dine together each evening in an open seating arrangement so that you have a chance to meet as many people as possible.

Our “All Ages” vacations cater to 45+ and our average age range is 46 to 66. We generally have a ratio of 60/40, women to men. Ages listed on our page are not restricted. They are simply used as a guideline and STI does not guarantee ages and ratios. As a travel club, matchmaking is not our focus. We offer an opportunity for single travelers to see the world in the company of other singles and do not guarantee the ages or ratios.

Along with the most sun throughout the year, July also sees the least amount of rainfall after the month of August. This month is the peak of the “dry season” in Bali and the Nusa Tenggara islands (Lombok, Komodo and the Gilis). July is a great time to enjoy the beaches and go swimming, as the average sea temperature this month is 27°C (81°F).

The average temperature for the month of July is 27°C (80°F), the average low is 22°C (80°F), and the average high is 31°C (88°F).

Seasickness is seldom a problem on large sailing vessels. The wind in the sails prevents much of the rolling motion that may cause sea sickness. If you are prone to motion sickness or have experienced seasickness in the past, consult your doctor for a patch, an appropriate medication or natural remedies. Make sure to take your medication prior to sailing or feeling ill, or it may not be effective.

STI notes that ginger is an age old remedy and we recommend binging some ginger candies or dried ginger if you have access to it.

Pack lightly! We recommend 1 small to medium bag, soft sided or duffel type bag due to limited space in your cabin, especially when sharing with another member.


Currently, most airlines will allow you to check one bag, weighing 50 pounds, for a fee. In addition you may carry-on one bag plus a personal item such as a purse or briefcase. Please check with your air carrier for up-to-the minute regulations and fees for checked baggage.

Bali lies 3.2 km (2 mi) east of Java, and is approximately 8 degrees south of the equator. Think warm weather attire, hats, sun glasses and sun screen.

This week is super relaxed. Dress code on our cruise is casual so you won’t need fancy gowns, tuxedos or a pair of shoes for every evening!

Don’t forget a light jacket or sweatshirt for night breezes when star gazing. If you plan on hiking don’t forget a pair of sneakers or hiking boots, otherwise, bare feet and sandals are all you’ll need. The sun is stronger due to our proximity to the Equator, so make sure you use a stronger sunscreen than you’d use at home. If you must doll up and need to have your hairdryer and curling iron, electricity onboard is standard US 110 volts. Also bring, your contract of passage/Confirmation from STI, passport and picture ID.

Packing Tips: Take only what you need; don’t over pack. Save room for souvenirs and purchases. Pack flat and full to avoid wrinkling. Bring wardrobe basics; mix and match around one or two colors. Don’t pack anything valuable, fragile or perishable, including prescription medications and travel documents. Label your luggage with an outside tag, and place an identification card inside each suitcase.

My Packing List: We highly recommend that you bring the following items.

– An open minded attitude and a ready smile!
– Soft sided duffle bag for easy storage and easy access (may be stored under your bed).
– Light jacket or long sleeve shirt for evenings on deck star gazing.
– Tevas or deck shoes for onboard (or barefoot).
– A pair of sneakers or hiking boots
– Sunglasses, sun block, sun hat or visor. Sun is much stronger on the water than on land, even when temps are cooler.
– A pair of binoculars.
– Air freshener.
– Bug spray and Benadryl cream.
– Toiletries: all your daily essentials and a toiletry bag with hook for hanging.
– Drinking Swag (based on your personal needs): Temps are hot and humid and all drinks sweat, keep em cool or hot with a Travel Coffee Cup with lid, Travel water bottle, Beer Coozie, Turvis (insulted) glass, small collapsible cooler.
– Beach towel if desired, not necessary. Pareo wrap for ladies (we’ll get them in Bali).
– Be the life of the party! Being glow in the dark party favors.
– Prescription medications: sufficient supply for the entire trip plus legible written prescription in case of loss. Keep medications in their original, labeled container. Always pack your medications in your carry-on bag!
– Eyeglasses, contacts, contact lens solution. You may want to bring along a written prescription for your eyewear in case of loss.
– Over the counter medications: cold remedy, aspirin/pain reliever, antacid/stomach upset remedy, Band-Aids, Neosporin or other anti-bacterial medication.
– Power strip for all your gadgets – most cabins have only one outlet.
-Electrical Adaptor & Converter for Europe
– Travel alarm clock with illuminated face, especially for guests in an inside cabin.
– Small, Swiss Army type utility knife. Remember to pack this in your checked luggage!
– Travel journal/notepad and reading material.
– Home address book (iphone/smart phone) for sending postcards. A useful tip to avoid bringing your entire address book is to pre-write names and addresses of people to whom you want to send postcards on sheets of self-adhesive labels. It saves time and space in your luggage.
– Small, basic sewing kit with a few extra buttons. Remember to pack scissors in your checked bag!
– Photography Equipment: Bring a sufficient supply of film and extra batteries. If you are bringing a digital camera, you should bring extra memory chips.

Travel Insurance is available through Travel Guard and in addition to direct access immediately upon completing your purchase, you will receive a quote from Travel Guard regarding travel insurance after reserving your vacation.  If you have any questions, Travel Guard professional, expert agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.   Call us, if you have not received your quote within 3 days.

Your Final Vacation Details & Meetup Info Document (posted here on FAQ 14 days prior to departure) will include phone contact numbers for the ship and hotel. We suggest you leave a copy of this with your family.

You may be able to use your own phone plan if you add an international calling package before you depart, generally .99-1.99 per minute (check before departure). Data packages are also a great idea to add to your plan if you wish to stay connected on social media.

There are direct dial phones in each cabin aboard the SVP Star Clipper, but charges are generally $10 per minute. Internet cafes are available in some ports, not all.

Our office is open Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. In an emergency after hours, please have your family contact Tammy Weiler at 815-715-6998.

All countries you will visit have laws against the purchase and export of certain items, including antiquities, national cultural property and certain animal products, especially endangered species (ivory, rhino horn, tortoise shell, coral, feathers, etc.). Additionally, the United States has laws prohibiting the import of certain items, which include many of the same things. You face having your purchase confiscated and/or heavy fines for exporting or importing prohibited items.

On return to the U.S., your baggage is subject to search by U.S. Customs. Currently, you are permitted to bring back $800 of goods duty free. Persons aged 21 or over may also bring in one liter of liquor and one carton of cigarettes. If you plan to purchase a lot of souvenirs or expensive items, it is important to retain all purchase receipts. However, please note that U.S. Customs may not accept a receipt as true cost if it seems unusually low for the estimated value of the item. You may access the regulations and restrictions governing US Customs on their official website. Click here to learn more.


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Hi! My name is Vicki, and I am so happy to have joined the STI family as a Concierge! After having a career as a health-and-fitness writer and then having children, I decided to make a career change in order to pursue my love for travel. For 9 years now, I have designed small-group tours all over Europe and have led tours in Italy, Malta and Croatia. From the moment I began leading tours, being able to share wonderful experiences and make people smile through discovering a new location - or perhaps through discovering something about themselves - I felt as if I had found exactly what I was meant to do! I look forward to making your vacation dreams come true.

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After checking out the Singles Travel International website for more than two years, I decided to take the risk and sign up for my dream vacation…New Zealand/Australia. It was the best move I’ve made in retirement..and by far the best trip I’ve ever taken! Everything was perfect….not one glitch. The trip was very organized and well planned. The concierges Else and Heidi handled all details and questions promptly and efficiently with pleasant attitudes,. They made sure everyone was included in all activities that interested them and gave wonderful suggestions and advice when needed. I think what I enjoyed the most were the other travelers. I met people that were passionate about travel and simply said…sooooo much fun! STI has made it very easy to keep in touch with these new travel buddies about future adventures. I have three more STI trips on the bucket list. Thank you Tammy, Robin, Heidi, Else and the entire STI team for the travel opportunities you have opened for me!!

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As an experienced cruiser, my expectation was fair. It turned out to be a whole lot more.  On the cruise our group coordinators made it so easy for the singles group to relax, mingle, interact and simply have fun. Our group consisted of many high-caliber working professionals who knew how to have fun. It was so easy to eat, drink, dance, laugh, and play with them. In the end, I came out with so many new friends and wonderful memories that will last a life-time. I highly recommend doing a Singles Cruise with the STI Team.

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