His silhouette was spotted this morning, off Porto Cervo: elegant, regal, fascinating. The Royal Clipper, the only sailing ship in the world with five trees, built in 2000 on the model of the Preussen, arrived in Costa Smeralda with over 200 international guests on board. Many of them, with a tender, left the ship to arrive in the square in Porto Cervo: they admired the scenography and the artistic details of the village designed by the architect Luigi Vietti, walked around the boutiques and simply savored the scent of nature. The lucky ones were able to admire the awakening of the turtles between the heart of Porto Cervo and the harbor, under the juniper trees. As always, many photos taken with the clean water in the background of the old pier. Other guests preferred to discover which was the beach in front of which the Royal Clipper was at anchor: that of Cala Granu. Many children bathed in a crystalline water that could not be. The Royal Clipper is not the first luxury cruise ship to have arrived in Costa Smeralda during this spring. Also in these days, many charters, with international clients, have visited Porto Cervo and Cala di Volpe.