New Caribbean itineraries announced for Emerald Azzurra

By Lisa James
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Emerald Cruises has unveiled its new Caribbean itineraries for winter 2024/25 on Emerald Azzurra.

The ship has repositioned from planned itineraries in the Seychelles, following concern over safety in the Red Sea.

The new Caribbean itineraries will sail from 7 December 2024 until 22 February 2025 and the cruise line is currently offering up to 30% off its full collection of yacht cruise itineraries.

Scenic Group UK Managing Director Sales and Marketing Nichola Absalom said: “Our decision to increase our Caribbean presence reflects the strong guest interest in this region and aligns with changes in the Red Sea conditions.

“This adjustment not only enhances our offerings in highly sought-after destinations but ensures guests’ safety and satisfaction. Emerald Azzurra’s new schedule has been meticulously crafted to access unique ports that larger vessels simply cannot reach, providing exclusive and intimate exploration for all onboard.”

A 15-day ‘Discover the Yachting islands of the Caribbean’ sailing visits the Caribbean’s smaller ports, and less-travelled Caribbean islands, including Jost van Dyke (pictured) and Norman Island in the British Virgin Islands, Montserrat and Antigua.

Other highlights include stays in St Barts and visits to Guadeloupe and Barbuda in the Leeward Islands. Prices start from £6,256 per person, including return flights, transfers, meals, wi-fi and excursions, based on a 14 December 2024 departure.

The eight-day ‘Caribbean Yachting Discovery’ starts from £3,529pp, in January 2025.

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