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 Cruise Length
8 Days
 Cruise Starts
Saint John's
 Cruise Finishes
Saint John's
8 Day British Virgin Islands & French West Indies Itinerary (Emerald Cruises)
Countries Explored: Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Martin, Virgin Islands, Saint Barthelemy
Ship
Passengers
100
Crew
64
Launched
2023
Cruise Code
E07J-1

Overview

Begin and end your 8 day (7 night) cruise in Saint John's onboard the Emerald Sakara and enjoy exclusive savings and cruise inclusions with Emerald Cruises and Global Journeys.

Itinerary

Your luxurious yacht cruise begins in St. John's, where you'll be transferred to your Emerald Cruises luxury yacht and embark on your discovery of the Eastern Caribbean, the British Virgin Islands and St. Barths. (D)

Barbuda is part of a three-island state along with Antigua and the uninhabited island Redonda, located in the north-eastern Caribbean region. Barbuda is often described as Antigua's sister island. Barbuda's beaches, which are world-renowned, are miles long and are often sprinkled with pink sand. Barbuda is frequently referred to as one of the top destinations for independent travellers from all over the world, and today, it is yours to explore. (B/L/D)

Norman Island, a privately-owned island, is part of the British Virgin Islands. However, this island still attracts many tourists and sailors who come for snorkelling, diving, hiking, or simply soaking in some Caribbean sun. There are rumours about the island's piratical past, including its name coming from the famous pirate Norman. Norman Island's caves are a fun place to go diving and explore – and who knows, perhaps you will find your very own treasure chest. Norman Island is indeed an idyllic escape from real life and a must-add stop to your exploration of the Virgin Islands. (B/L/D)

Jost van Dyke (which is barely four miles long) is an island widely known by travellers around the world for its casual lifestyle and beachfront restaurants and bars, as well as its protected anchorages and pristine beaches. Great Harbour is one of the main sights to see on the island, as it is sheltered by small mountains and offers a truly relaxed Caribbean feel. The local drink, the Painkiller, was born here – a frozen delight made from dark rum, pineapple juice an orange juice, with fresh nutmeg ground on top. Today you will enjoy a barbeque on shore together with your fellow travellers. (B/L/D)

Virgin Gorda is the third largest and second-most populous of the British Virgin Islands. Columbus' lieutenants named the island Virgen Gorda – or ‘the pregnant virgin', as upon approaching the island from the north or the east, the outline of a pregnant woman lying on her back is visible on the horizon. Somehow uncrowded, Gorda Sound itself has recently blossomed into a busy place surrounded with resorts and vacation villas. Virgin Gorda is a beautiful island; an ideal jumping off point for an in-depth discovery of the Virgin Islands. (B/L/D)

Named for Sweden's King Gustav III, Gustavia is the charming capital and main seaport of the island of Saint Barthélemy, also known as St. Barth. It is often considered to be one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean and a tropical paradise with French flair. You will enjoy the beauty of its large idyllic beaches, plus the charm and refinement of its old wooden houses. (B/L/D)

Marigot is a lovely town and the administrative centre of French Saint Martin. Both French and Caribbean culture can be seen throughout the island, creating that unique blend of French Caribbean. Some of the most spectacular sights include the castle of Fort Louis overlooking the town and reminding locals and visitors alike of its significant past. The open-air market is open every day for those seeking to discover the island's local vibe and flavours. Artisans here sell anything from fresh fruits and spices to artwork and even rum. The market is a delight to the senses, and while you are there, don't forget to try Mauby, a local beverage flavoured with bark which tastes like root beer. (B/L/D)

Your time aboard your Emerald Cruises luxury yacht comes to an end in St. John's. After bidding farewell to the crew and your fellow guests, you will be transferred to the airport for your return flight home. * The itinerary is a guide only and may be amended for operational reasons. As such Emerald Cruises cannot guarantee the cruise will operated unaltered from the itinerary states above. (B)

Life Onboard Emerald Sakara

Emerald Sakara
Emerald Sakara

Explore the world by sea in 5-star luxury aboard the Emerald Sakara. Read more

Yacht Cruising Experience
Yacht Cruising Experience

Enjoy the intimate atmosphere and award-winning service aboard this brand new vessel. Read more

Fine Dining
Fine Dining

Savour the flavours of the mediterranean prepared by expert chefs with local ingredients. Read more

Wellness Centre
Wellness Centre

Relax, unwind and indulge yourself with access to the onboard Wellness Centre. Read more

Included Excursions
Included Excursions

Each itinerary includes a thoughtful selection of excursions led by local guides. Read more

Zodiacs & Marina Toys
Zodiacs & Marina Toys

Enjoy access to marina toys and zodiacs in select locations. Read more

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Yacht Cruises

Emerald Yacht Cruises (2023-24)

Experience Emerald Cruises’ award-winning reputation and service as you sail the world’s oceans and coastlines on board our two luxury yachts, Emerald Azzurra and the brand-new Emerald Sakara. Our yachts are custom designed to allow intimate access to fascinating ports and harbours that only small vessels can reach, providing our guests with a unique...more cruising experience.

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Tour & cruises prices are per person. Prices shown have savings applied, are subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Prices and trip information are correct at the time at this point in time, however are subject to confirmation at the time of booking and are subject to change by Emerald Cruises. For cruise itineraries, cabin images are sourced from Emerald Cruises. These should be treated as indicative only. Cabin inclusions, upholsteries and room layout may differ to the image(s) shown depending on the ship selected and your sailing dates.

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