Emerald Cruises to launch Caribbean, Central America voyages

First-time Transatlantic voyages, new destinations in the Mediterranean

Emerald Cruises will add the Caribbean and Central America to its luxury yacht cruising destination portfolio from late next year.

The new destinations, along with first time Transatlantic sailings and new ports across the Mediterranean and the Adriatic Sea will coincide with the introduction of Emerald Cruises’ second ocean yacht, Emerald Sakara, debuting in 2023.

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The new collection of 2023 and 2024 itineraries comprises 15 new islands and countries as Emerald Azzurra and Emerald Sakara homeport in the Caribbean during the northern hemisphere winter of 2023 and 2024.

Guests will enjoy picture-perfect beaches throughout the Virgin Islands, West Indies, and Caribbean Sea; immerse themselves in local life in Colombia; venture through Costa Rican rainforests, and experience the Panama Canal.

New ports of call include Cartagena, Colombia with its Old Town walls and colonial-era buildings; the bustling Antiguan capital of St. John’s, fringed by beach idylls; the rugged rocks and thick forests of Terre-de-Haute; and Isla Tortuga, or ‘Turtle Island’, an uninhabited islet with a wealth of marine life.

The 18-Day Discover Southern Caribbean & Central America sets sail from Bridgeton to Mayreau Island, Kralendijk, Oranjestad, Cabo de la Vela, Santa Marta, Cartagena, San Blas Islands, Lemon Cay, Fuerte Amador, San Jose Island, Darién National Park, Isla Cébaco, Golfito, Quepos, Curú, Isla Tortuga and Puntarenas.

Prices start from AU$13,690 per person* (based on the 5 February 2024 departure).

Barbuda, the Caribbean | Courtesy of Emerald Cruises

NEW Transatlantic Odysseys

Highlights of the three ocean crossing itineraries include an extended stay in Lisbon where guests can take in the winding cobbled avenues, ride the city’s iconic tram network or sample pastel de nata in sunlit terraces. In Puerto Rico, San Juan’s colourful Old Town, historic fort ruins and beautiful white beaches promise a unique experience.

The 12-Day Ocean Voyage: San Juan to Santa Cruz de Tenerife sails from San Juan to Tenerife, with prices starting at AU$4,140 per person* (based on the 6 April 2024 departure).

NEW Ports of Call in the Mediterranean

On the all-new 18-Day Discover Western Mediterranean & Morocco, guests will visit five Mediterranean countries on this extended European ocean itinerary cruising the coastlines of Southern Italy, Corsica, Spain, Gibraltar and Morocco.

New destinations include the coves and bays of Sardinia, the tropical Balearics, the Moroccan jewel of Casablanca, Gibraltar and the Canary Islands. The cruise embarks from Santa Cruz de Tenerife and sails to Arrecife, Casablanca, Gibraltar, Motril, Cartagena, Ibiza, Mahón, Bonifacio, Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy, Sorrento, Amalfi, Gaeta, Porto Cervo, Sardinia, and Porto Santo, with prices starting from AU$11,493 per person* (based on the 17 April 2024 departure).

All prices include the cruises and excursions with local guides, all on-board meals with complimentary wine and beer with lunch and dinner, transfers, tipping and gratuities, and more. Emerald Cruises’ full 2023/2024 yacht cruising brochure will be released in July 2022.

For more information, see emeraldcruises.com.au.

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