With over 25 inspiring itineraries ranging from eight to 23 days, you’ll find the perfect super yacht cruise on board Emerald Azzurra. Whether it’s the beautiful waters of the Adriatic Coast, the Red Sea or the Mediterranean, book now to enjoy special Earlybird fares and save up to 20% per person.
8 Days | Athens to Athens
Sail the azure waters of the southeastern Aegean Sea, stopping off to explore a number of the stunning Greek, Dodecanese and surrounding islands. From Rhodes, Amorgos and Mykonos, to Bodrum and Kusadasi in Turkey.
8 Days | Venice to Dubrovnik
Journey from Venice, along the coast to the Slovenian resort city of Piran, with stops on the Croatian islands of Mali Lošinj and Vis, as well as Ancona and Manfredonia on the Italian coast before finishing in Dubrovnik.
8 Days | Dubrovnik to Venice
Azure waters abound along the stunning Adriatic coast, where Croatia presents its own distinct form of beauty. From Dubrovnik to the island of Korcula, Split to Hvar, Sibenik and Zadar to Krk, this unspoilt route through the Mediterranean will be yours to uncover.
8 Days | Dubrovnik to Athens
Explore the wealth of beauty that Greece has to offer, from the Kefalonian village of Fiskardo to the cobblestone streets of Kérkira (Corfu). Visit Sarandë on the Albanian Riviera, and Kotor, a truly stunning fortified town on Montenegro’s Adriatic Coast, concluding in Dubrovnik.
11 Days | Athens to Limassol
Your Aegean adventure takes you to the Greek island of Ermoupolis and then the coastal port of Volos before heading to Turkey and taking in Canakkale and Istanbul. Heading south you’ll visit Kusadasi, Rhodes in Greece and back to Turkey with a stop at the resort of Antalya. Your cruise will be complete sailing the southern coast of Cyprus.
12 Days | Athens to Athens
Cruise the Corinth Canal to the Greek town of Párga. Cross the Ionian Sea to the southern Italian coastal communities of Taranto, Otranto and Monopoli, working your way north to the Apulian town of Manfredonia. Navigate the Adriatic Sea to Dubrovnik and the Montenegrin fortified town of Kotor, before sailing back to Athens.