19 Days
Nov 21 2022
Italy, Greece & Turkey

Price starting from: $9,725 per person. Prices are in CAD, per person, based on double occupancy.
(for USD$ rate call 1-855-824-2495)
*Rates shown were available when posted and can change when bookings get confirmed. Please call (778-989-7876 or till-free 1-855 -824-2495) to check availability

Embark on an idyllic route along the Ionian and Aegean Seas, visiting beautiful destinations in Italy, Greece and Turkey. The stunning Amalfi Coast and Bay of Naples will enchant you, while the Greek islands boast a rich history and Istanbul offers a wonderful contrast of cultures.

INCLUDED 18 nights on board Emerald Azzurra
Airport transfers to and from the ship
The services of an Emerald Cruises Cruise Director
Port taxes and charges
All tipping and gratuities
INCLUDED EXCUSURIONS Walking tour of Catania
Highlights of Cephalonia
A guided tour of Delphi
Walking tour of Ermoupolis
Sightseeing tour of Meteora monasteries
Istanbul city tour
Guided tour of ANZAC cove and Gallipoli peninsula
Guided tour of Ephesus
Guided tour of Rhodes
Gastronomic tour of Mykonos

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Civitavecchia (Rome)

Your yacht cruise starts in Civitavecchia, where you’ll embark Emerald Azzurra .

Naples, Italy

Sat in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius, the unforgettable city of Naples possesses a passion to match its fiery neighbour.

Naples, Italy

The third-largest city in Italy, Naples does things very much in its own way. It is a sea of extraordinary art and culture, unparalleled cuisine and an unmatched history, all sat against the backdrop of one of Europe’s most iconic volcanoes.

Catania, Italy

Catania is another of Sicily’s prized gems, a magnetic collection of winding streets and elegant architecture. At its centre is the awe-inspiring UNESCO World Heritage-listed monastery of San Benedetto, a symbol of Catania.

Catania, Italy

Catania is the beating heart of Sicily, a magnetic maze of winding streets and elegant Baroque architecture. At its centre is the awe-inspiring UNESCO World Heritage-listed monastery of San Benedetto, a symbol of the Catania.

Cephalonia, Greece

Cephalonia is the largest of the Ionian Island and arguably the most beautiful. The island was also made famous when is featured in the Hollywood movie ‘Captain Corelli’s Mandolin’.

Itea (Delphi)- Transit the Corinth Canal

Witness the impressive engineering feat of the Corinth Canal, a key navigational route for over 2,000 years, as you sail towards Itea. Surrounded by rolling hills covered in olive trees, this waterfront town is also close to the archaeological site of Delphi.

Piraeus, Greece

The Greek capital, Athens was the heart of Ancient Greece, the remnants of which have been beautifully preserved, namely the Acropolis.

Ermoupolis, Nisos Syros

The capital of the Aegean island of Syros, Ermoupolis is a stunning town. Architectural splendour is a striking reminder of a brilliant past, as a neo-classical influence combines with that of Ancient Greece and western Europe.


Built near the site of ancient Iolcos, Volos is situated at the foot of Mount Pelion.

At sea

The Normans referred to it as the “Kingdom of the sun”, it has been the prize of Roman, Byzantine and Greek settlers, all of which culminates in the wonderfully diverse nature of Palermo. From its grand Piazza Vigilena, with its revered Baroque structures, the colourful masterpiece of Capella Palatina to the bustling markets of Vucciria, it’s no wonder it has previously been named Italian Capital of Culture.


Turkey’s economic, cultural and historic centre, Istanbul straddles Europe and Asia, something evident from the wonderful east-meets-west vibe.


Meet open-minded locals as you immerse yourself in their light-hearted spirit, learn about its cultural heritage from architectural masterpieces and enjoy strong culinary diversity.


In the Marmara region of north-western Turkey, the Çanakkale Province is a destination of all-round intrigue. From the historic battlefields of Troy and Gallipoli, to the serenity of beautiful beaches, wineries, and unique local food.


This beach resort town on Turkey’s west coast dates back to 3000 BC and is now a busy cruise port, with a renowned nightlife. Home to a small, Byzantine castle, the Grand Bazaar, selling the wares of numerous merchants, and much in the way of monuments to the past.

Rhodes, Greece

The capital of the Dodecanese Islands, Rhodes seemingly has it all – lush green valleys, golden beaches and archaeological sites. Known as the Island of the Knights, the medieval city is a UNESCO World Heritage site.


Rising from the destruction of a 16th century volcanic eruption, Santorini is now highly renowned for its beauty, carved by its after effects. Iconic whitewashed buildings grip to the beautiful rugged cliffs overlooking where the Aegean Sea meets with white sandy beaches.


Named after Apollo’s grandson, this cosmopolitan Greek island in the heart of the Cyclades is built on myth and legend. Clear blue skies, renowned beaches and whitewashed windmills make it the perfect port stop.

Athens (Piraeus)

Today you’ll disembark Emerald Azzurra and be transferred to the airport for your return flight home.