Luxury superyacht Emerald Azzurra adds new Arabian Gulf itinerary

Emerald Cruises have launched an exciting 11-day ‘Gems of the Arabian Peninsula with Doha’. Sailing to Dubai from the Qatari capital of Doha, where you will first enjoy a three-night stay, you’ll sail to the stunning Sir Bani Yas Island for an indulgent day at the beach.

In Abu Dhabi, an included guided tour of the Louvre Abu Dhabi and the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque will suit art and culture enthusiasts, before the Omani port city of Khasab breaks up a day of exploration with more beachside relaxation. Visit the famous vibrant market of Fujairah on the UAE east coast, home to the oldest Emirati mosque, and dip your toes in the emerald water of Zighy Bay as you admire the mountainous landscape of the Musandam Peninsula. All before the bright lights and contemporary architecture of Dubai sweeps you up during a guided tour, including a special EmeraldPLUS traditional Emirati cultural experience.

Save up to 35% and a free Premium Drinks Package for bookings made on this itinerary from 1st May to 30th May.

Departure dates in December 2022 and January 2023, priced from £5,159pp.

Call a Silver Travel Advisor on 0800 412 5678 to book.

Reverse 11-day itinerary from Dubai to Doha and 9-day Arabian Gulf itineraries from £3,827pp also available.

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