An idyllic itinerary commencing in Civitavecchia and sailing onwards to uncover the delights of Capri, Sorrento and Amalfi. Explore sandy coves and try delicious cuisine harbourside, before transiting the Corinth Canal to uncover the center of the Ancient Greek world and ending your cruise in mighty Athens.
1 Depart the USA
Depart the USA on your overnight flight to Civitavecchia, Italy.
2 Rome, Italy
Welcome to Italy! Upon arrival, you will be transferred from the airport to your hotel in Rome. A two-night restful stay awaits.
Rome is known as the ‘Eternal City’. After breakfast, you will explore the city’s buildings and ruins, learning about its history and culture, accompanied by a knowledgeable local guide. The remainder of the day is yours to relax and explore at your leisure.
4 Rome / Civitavecchia
This morning, check out of your hotel before proceeding to Civitavecchia pier. Board the luxurious Emerald Azzurra and enjoy a welcome dinner onboard.
An island in Italy’s Bay of Naples, Capri is synonymous with stunning natural
beauty. Turquoise water and beautiful coves dot the dramatic coastline, and
high-end hotels, shopping and cuisine attract the rich and famous as they
dock in the beautiful Marina Grande.
A quaint resort credited with inspiring the works of Charles Dickens and Leo
Tolstoy, Sorrento provides a romantic introduction to the Amalfi Coast. The
historic town has spectacular views over the Bay of Naples, and its maze of
cobbled streets is punctuated with cafés and restaurants.
Sitting in the foothills of Mount Cerreto, the ambient setting of Amalfi is
a pleasant collection of piazzas and waterfront restaurants. Despite its
diminutive size, this town was once a maritime powerhouse. Enjoy a day
6 Giardini Naxos
Giardini Naxos is a gorgeous beach resort, with a resplendent horseshoe
bay and seafront lined with bars and restaurants.
7 Cephalonia Island, Greece
At the northern tip of Cephalonia, the picturesque village of Fiskardo is the
largest of the Ionian islands. Wonderfully preserved Venetian architecture
gives it its truly unique style, while cafés, bars, restaurants and shops line
the harbor alongside boats and yachts.
8 Itea (Delphi) & Corinth Canal
From the waterfront town of Itea, explore the archaeological site of Delphi,
regarded by the ancient Greeks to be the center of the world. Sail the
Corinth Canal, built in the 19th-century, connecting the Ionian and
9 Athens (Piraeus)
Your time aboard your superyacht comes to an end in the city of Athens.
After bidding farewell to the crew and your fellow passengers, you will be
transferred to the airport for your return flight home.