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Emerald Cruises launches 2023/2024 sailings for yacht pair

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Emerald Azzurra pictured in Corfu will be joined by sister Emerald Sakara in August 2023
Emerald Cruises has outlined its 2023 and 2024 sailings on board Emerald Azzurra and Emerald Sakara, which is set to debut in August 2023.

Highlights include the Caribbean & Central American voyages, transatlantic voyages and new ports of calls across the Mediterranean & Adriatic Sea.

Caribbean & Central America

Emerald Cruises will sail to fifteen new islands and countries, as both Emerald Azzurra and Emerald Sakara will be homeporting in the Caribbean during the winter of 2023 and 2024.

The 10-Day Grenadines & Grenada itinerary round trip Bridgetwon calls at Tobago Cays, Bequia Island, Saint Vincent, Union Island, Mayreau Island and Carriacou Island.

A 10-day Costa Rica & Panama itinerary sails from Puntaneras to Curú & Isla Tortuga, Quepos, Golfito, Isla Cébaco, Darién National Park, San José Island and Panama City.

Transatlantic voyages

Highlights of the three ocean crossing itineraries include an optional two-night city stay in Lisbon, or option for a city stay in Puerto Rico’s capital of San Juan. Emerlad's two yachts carry 100 passengers in 50 staterooms and suites – of which over 88% feature a balcony.

New Mediterranean calls

A new 11-day itinerary touches Spain, Morocco & Italy itinerary sailing from Santa Cruz de Tenerife to Arrecife, Casablanca, Gibraltar, Málaga, Cartagena, Palma de Mallorca, Mahon, Bonifaco and Civitavecchia.

Emerald Sakara

Emerald Sakara, sister to Emerlad Azzurra is set to debut in August 2023 on an 8-day Ionian Sea cruise commencing in Civitavecchia sails to Capri, Sorrento, Amalfi, Giardini Naxos, Cephalonia, Itea (Delphi) and Athens.

 

 

 

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