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Champagne Waves: A Toast to 2025 Yacht Party

Party Like It's 1999 on the Luxurious Emerald Sakara! 🎉
Get ready to throw it back to the ultimate party era as you usher in 2025 aboard the magnificent Emerald Sakara!

It's more than just a cruise; it’s a floating extravaganza stopping at St. Bart's among other breathtaking Caribbean destinations.

Don't be left out—this is your chance to start the year with a splash and make memories that will dwarf any fireworks display!
Book your spot now and let's kick off the New Year with epic adventures and unstoppable fun. Here’s to good vibes and great tides! 🌊 🥂


Set Sail for 2025: A Caribbean Island-Hopping New Year's on a Luxury Yacht!

🌟🏝️ Imagine ringing in 2025 with the cool ocean breeze, toes in the sand, and a backdrop that’s straight out of a luxury travel magazine. Saint Barts during New Year's is the place to see and be seen—glitz, glamour, and all. It’s the perfect blend of relaxation and high-end party vibes. Just when you think it can’t get any better, you're doing it all from the deck of the lavish Sarkara by Emerald Cruises. Talk about starting the year on a high note! 🚢🎉 Ready to make this dream a reality?


Your Itinerary

Day 1 Sat, 28 Dec Marigot, Saint Martin (D)


Your Emerald Cruises exciting Caribbean journey begins in Marigot, the capital of the island of Saint Martin. You’ll be transferred to your Emerald Cruises luxury yacht to begin an adventure into paradise.


Please book your flight to arrive into Marigot prior to 07:00 PM.

Day 2 Sun, 29 Dec Marigot, Saint Martin - Anguilla (B,L,D)


This morning we cruise to Anguilla, the most northerly of the British Leeward Islands, popular for diving, snorkelling and glass-bottomed boat rides. Anguilla is a low-lying island of coral and limestone and has beautiful island scenery of palm trees, plantation houses and vibrant viridian waters contrasting with white sand. In the late evening we sail to Gustavia.


Day 3 Mon, 30 Dec Virgin Gorda – Norman Island, British Virgin Islands (B,L,D)


The island of Virgin Gorda, named because it resembles a reclining woman, is part of the British Virgin Islands. It's known for its laid-back pace and picturesque landscapes. Among the natural wonders of Virgin Gorda, the Baths are arguably the most famous. They are a series of pools and grottoes created by a collection of massive granite boulders that were formed by volcanic eruptions. 


Day 4Tue, 31 Dec Norman Island - Jost van Dyke, British Virgin Islands (B,L,D)


After a scenic cruise of British Virgin Islands, we arrive in Jost van Dyke, the smallest of the four main islands, covering 8 square kilometres. 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. 


Day 5 Wed, 01 Jan Anegada, British Virgin Islands (B,L,D)


Anegada, the northernmost of the British Virgin Islands, is a unique and captivating destination. Unlike its volcanic neighbours, 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. 


Day 6 Thu, 02 Jan Saba, Bonaire, Saint Eustatius and Saba – Gustavia, Saint Barthélemy (B,L,D)


Saba and Bonaire are two unique islands in the Caribbean Sea. Both are part of the Caribbean Netherlands, making them special municipalities of the Netherlands. 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. We sail to Gustavia in the afternoon.


Day 7 Fri, 03 Jan Gustavia, Saint Barthélemy (B,L,D)


Gustavia, the capital of the Caribbean Island of Saint Barthélemy, was named after Sweden’s King Gustav III who boldly declared it his own island getaway in 1785. 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.


Day 8 Sat, 04 Jan Marigot, Saint Martin (B)


Your time aboard your Emerald Cruises luxury yacht comes to an end in Marigot. From the yacht, you will be transferred to the airport for your journey home or to continue your holiday. 

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