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Emerald Cruises Grows Its Yacht Cruising Portfolio

Emerald Cruises has announced the build of a second superyacht, Emerald Sakara, which will be welcomed to the brand’s yacht cruising fleet in 2023.

Emerald Sakara – a Sanskrit mantra meaning ‘thoughts become things’ – will also travel to a brand-new sailing destination for Emerald Cruises: the Seychelles.

Emerald Sakara will join sister-superyacht Emerald Azzurra sailing the Mediterranean, Adriatic, Red and Black Seas. The addition of a second yacht adds additional capacity to keep up with the strong demand for the brand’s ocean-going itineraries, which saw Black Sea sailings sell out within two weeks of being released, despite the global pandemic.

The launch of the 100-guest Emerald Sakara will also introduce a brand-new destination for Emerald Cruises – the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean – when she embarks on her maiden voyage. The eight-day Tropical Charms of the Seychelles itinerary will explore Port Victoria (Mahé Island), Sainte-Anne Island, Cousin Island, Praslin Island, Grande-Soeur Island, Curieuse Island, La Digue Island and Aride Island.

Construction is underway on the new 110-metre-long Emerald Sakara in Ha Long City, Vietnam, with the steel already cut. Like her sister-superyacht, 88% of Emerald Sakara’s 50 cabins will feature balconies. The superyacht will also boast more space per guest than similar vessels of her size.

Guests will enjoy a large infinity pool, spa, gym and marina platform with a number of marina toys available, including paddleboards and snorkelling equipment. All guests will enjoy Emerald Cruises’ signature inclusive pricing which comprises all on board meals, complimentary beer, wine and soft drinks at lunch and dinner, as well as a number of excursions and on board activities.

The second luxury superyacht is expected to launch in Q1 2023, with bookings opening on Sept. 28, 2021, along with details on Emerald Sakara’s schedule of 32 departures.

Sail on over to www.emeraldcruises.ca for more.

 

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