USA Today reports that Star Clippers is returning to Antigua.  This is less than five months after it dropped Antigua as a port of call following the murder of passenger Nina Elisabeth Nilssen. 

Star Cippers - Crime - Antigua We have written many articles about crime in Antigua and Ms. Nilssen’s untimely death. 

The newspaper quotes Star Clippers’ president Jack Chatham saying:  

"Star Clippers has

The police in Antigua arrested a suspect for the murder of Nina Nilssen who died January 19, 2010 after taking a tender from the Star Clippers’ Royal Clipper cruise ship to Pigeon Point Beach.

According to a newspaper in Dominica, the police arrested a 24 year-old Dominican man, Tishara Daniel.  The Washington Post reports that the suspect was carrying Ms. Nilssen’s camera when

A controversy has emerged whether the officers of Star Clippers’ Royal Clipper cruise ship acted appropriately following the death of passenger Nina Nilssen ashore in Antigua.

A travel writer who was sailing aboard the Royal Clipper criticized the handling of the tragedy in her Antigua - Nina Nilssen - Royal Clipper blog entitled:   "We spend tranquil days in Antigua and St. Kitts but these are overshadowed by

The newspapers in the Caribbean are reporting that a U.S. citizen from what is described as a "wedding yacht" was murdered in Antigua.

Nina Elizabeth Nilssen - Antigua - Falmouth - Murder - Star ClippersThe Antigua Observer reports that U.S. citizen Nina Elizabeth Nilssen, age 30, had been found in a desolate area of "Pigeon Point Beach" near the English Harbour / Falmouth area on Tuesday, January 19, 2010. 

Another newspaper,