Published on Wednesday, September 29, 2021
Emerald Cruises announced it is adding a second superyacht, called Emerald Sakara to its yacht cruising fleet.
Emerald Sakara will join the fleet in 2023 on a maiden voyage through the Seychelles, which is a brand-new sailing destination for the company.
Following her maiden voyage through The Seychelles, Emerald Sakara will join sister-superyacht Emerald Azzurra, in sailing the Mediterranean, Adriatic, Red and Black Seas.
Emerald Sakara’s maiden voyage will be an eight-day Tropical Charms of the Seychelles itinerary, exploring Port Victoria, 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 superyacht in Ha Long City, Vietnam.
Emerald Sakara will have balconies on 88% of cabins, a large infinity pool, a spa, gym and marina platform.
The new superyacht is expected to launch in Q1 2023, with bookings now on sale.
“We’ve received enormous interest in yacht cruising since announcing the launch of Emerald Azzurra, and we’re thrilled to be able to announce the construction of our second luxury superyacht, Emerald Sakara,” said David Winterton, Global Director of Brand & Marketing, Emerald Cruises.
Emerald Sakara will become the 11th vessel in the Emerald Cruises fleet – joining nine river cruising Star-Ships and ocean-going superyacht, Emerald Azzurra.
Azzurra begins sailing on 28 January 2022 with an eight-day Best of the Red Sea itinerary.