Island hop through the Leeward Islands by luxury yacht.



Embark on this 8-day Caribbean cruise starting from Marigot, Saint Martin, aboard an Emerald Cruises luxury yacht. Snorkel over vivid coral reefs in Anguilla or explore the series of grottoes on the beach at Virgin Gorda. Soak up the natural beauty of Norman Island and dip into the natural ‘jacuzzi’, a naturally formed sea pool. Experience the relaxed island atmosphere of Anegada, before travelling to Gustavia and concluding your cruise in Marigot, where you can indulge in the culinary capital of the Caribbean, Grand Case.
  • Marigot, Saint-Martin

    Arrive early (or stay after) in Marigot, the French capital of Saint-Martin, which is our cruise start and end point. Enjoy Marigot’s charming French atmosphere with cafes, boutiques, and a duty-free shopping haven. Then discover Grand Case, the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean, famous for its stunning sunset views.
  • Anguilla, a British Overseas Territory

    Anguilla, popular for diving, snorkeling, and glass-bottomed boat rides, is a low-lying island of coral and limestone. It has beautiful island scenery of palm trees, plantation houses and vibrant viridian waters contrasting with white sand.
  • Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands

    The island of Virgin Gorda, named because it resembles a reclining woman, is known for its laid-back pace and picturesque landscapes. Among the natural wonders of Virgin Gorda, the Baths are arguably the most famous.
  • Itinerary

  • Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands

    The lush greenery and undulating hills offer breathtaking views, making Jost Van Dyke a paradise for nature lovers. The Bubbly Pool, a natural jacuzzi formed by ocean waves crashing into a sea pool, is one unique attraction on the island.
  • Anegada, British Virgin Islands

    Anegada is the only coral island in the archipelago, which gives it a distinct ecosystem and topography. Anegada boasts miles of white sandy beaches, clear turquoise waters, and an abundance of wildlife, including the rare rock iguanas and flamingos.
  • Saba and Bonaire, the Caribbean Netherlands

    Saba and Bonaire are two unique islands in the Caribbean Sea. Saba, often referred to as the ‘Unspoiled Queen of the Caribbean’, is a five square mile island known for its lush landscapes, diverse marine life, and world-class hiking trails.
  • Gustavia, Saint Barthélemy

    In this vibrant city uncover distinctive treasures in the historic downtown shopping region, photograph the brightly painted wooden houses, and feast on unique cuisine with French and Creole influences.

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The Emerald Sakara looks and feels like a luxurious private yacht, evidenced by its sleek and stylish exterior design boasting an elongated bow, clean lines and terraced aft. Inside, you’ll find mirrors galore and chrome surfaces tones reminiscent of the cruise line’s fleet of river ships. With its glamorous aesthetic, it’s safe to say that Emerald Sakara punches above its weight. The cruise line is known for offering great value at a price point below luxury lines, which is why you won’t find butlers onboard nor free-flowing champagne and caviar. Emerald Sakara’s nimble size means it can fit into many nooks and crannies in the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. In the former region, the ship will often dock in port while in the Caribbean, tenders to shore are the norm. With its well-proportioned balance of indoor and outdoor space, the ship is ready-made for warmer weather.

Cruise Only Fares Start At $3,065 Per Person.
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