Emerald Cruises to homeport its superyachts Azzura and Sakara in the Caribbean for 2023-2024 winter seasons

   February 15, 2023 ,   Cruise Industry

Emerald Cruises announced it will homeport its 2 new 100-passenger yachts, Azzura and Sakara, in the Caribbean for the 2023 & 2024 winter seasons.

Azzura launched in 2022, and Emerald said the yacht’s inaugural Mediterranean season was all but sold out.

Sakara will join the fleet in August 2023.

For winter cruising in the Caribbean, Emerald Cruises has developed 12 distinct itineraries ranging from 8 to 19 days. Beginning in November 2023, the yachts will take passengers to islands in the Grenadines, Eastern Caribbean, British and US Virgin Islands, and West Indies, as well as cruise ports in Panama, Costa Rica, Colombia, and Puerto Rico.

Guests booking 2023 & 2024 Caribbean cruises by March 15th, will save up to US$2,000 per couple. Additionally, passengers who pay in full 12 months before sailing, or within 72 hours of booking for voyages departing within 12 months, also receive included economy flights when booking a stateroom/premium flights when booking a suite.

Emerald Azzurra yacht

The 8-day Eastern Caribbean with St Barths from Bridgetown Barbados to Marigot St Martin explores the intimate ports in the Leeward & Windward islands.

For those looking to visit some of the most stunning Caribbean beaches is the 8-day West Indies Island Hopping itinerary from San Juan Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico's Culebra Island is popular for its pristine beaches and its active reef ideal for snorkeling.