Emerald Cruises has launched another cruise ship in Europe, with Emerald Luna expected to sail the Rhine, Main and Danube.
She was christened on July 21 during a ceremony in Amsterdam. .
The 180-guest Emerald Luna features an indoor swimming pool with retractable roof and cinema on the ship’s aft.
The ninth Star-Ship in the line’s fleet, she joins sister ships Emerald Sun, Sky, Star, Dawn and Destiny sailing the Rhine, Main and Danube rivers in Europe. Emerald Cruises’ river fleet also includes the 132-guest Emerald Liberté sailing the Rhône and Saône Rivers in France, 112-guest Emerald Radiance sailing the Douro River in Portugal, and 84-guest Emerald Harmony sailing the Mekong River in Vietnam and Cambodia.
The Emerald Luna christening comes at a time of growth for the small ship cruise line – in May, Emerald Cruises welcomed its first ocean-going luxury yacht, Emerald Azzurra, to its fleet with a christening in Venice. A second luxury yacht, Emerald Sakara, is scheduled to debut in 2023.
Emerald Azzurra, the line’s first ocean-going vessel which debuted in March 2022, is a 100-guest, luxury yacht sailing the warm waters of the Mediterranean, Adriatic and Red Seas, and new for the 2023/2024 season – the Caribbean & Central America.
Emerald Sakara will be the brand’s second luxury yacht and launches in 2023.
For more information visit www.emeraldcruises.com.au.