Check out these new photos of the new Emerald Azzurra
Emerald Azzurra in Santorini

Check out these new photos of the new Emerald Azzurra

VANCOUVER — Emerald Cruises has released new images of its brand new luxury superyacht, Emerald Azzurra, which launched last month.

The 100-guest yacht features designer furnishings throughout and a stylish pool deck that has proven a popular spot for guests. Outfitted with Paola Lenti day loungers and Kettal lounge chairs in cool tones that complement the infinity-style pool. This space also features a café serving healthy breakfast items and a selection of flatbreads at lunch. Indoors, the stylishly appointed Observation Lounge includes a Dedon MBrace Wing Chair and footstool as well as sleek L’Object games such as chess and tic tac toe for guests to enjoy.

Of the 50 deluxe staterooms and suites, 88% feature private balconies and each come equipped with Missoni towels and ESPA amenities, the same luxury line found in the onboard Elements Spa. For those who like to pack light, the yacht also features a guest laundry room equipped with complimentary washers and dryers, steamers, irons, detergent and laundry baskets, in addition to complimentary full laundry service.

Other highlights onboard include TechnoGym equipment, an infrared sauna – a first for a yacht of its size – and a marina platform that provides guests with easy access to water sports and activities, including the use of SEABOBs and the very latest in electric bikes from Gocycle.

Setting sail for the first time from Aqaba, Jordan last month, the custom-built Emerald Azzurra offers a luxurious small-ship cruising experience to ports and harbours accessible only to small yachts. It is currently sailing an eight-day Mediterranean Enchantment itinerary that finishes in Dubrovnik on April 16, 2022. Prices for Mediterranean Enchantment departing later in the season, on July 9, 2022, start at $6,095 per person, with visits to Koto, Sarandë (Albania), Kerkira (Corfu), Párga, Cephalonia and Itea (Delphi) before transiting the Corinth Canal.

A second superyacht – Emerald Sakara – is set to join Emerald Cruises’ fleet in early 2023 in the Seychelles.