Emerald Cruises Reimagines Caribbean Cruising

This November, both Emerald Azzurra and its twin, Emerald Sakara — launching in August — will begin their first Caribbean season island hopping in waters much closer to home for North American travellers.

Emerald Cruises entered the ocean cruising market last year with its first 100-guest luxury yacht, Emerald Azzurra. The one-of-a-kind yacht’s inaugural Mediterranean season all but sold out, and the 2023 Mediterranean season is on track to do the same.

Now Emerald Cruises will bring the offerings of its sister yachts to the Caribbean during the 2023 and 2024 winter seasons.

Twelve distinct itineraries ranging from eight to 19 days will take guests to picture-perfect islands in the Grenadines, British and US Virgin Islands, Eastern Caribbean and West Indies, as well as ports in Puerto Rico, Panama, Costa Rica and Colombia.

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

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