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Four Seasons Yachts Reveals First Itineraries in the Caribbean and Mediterranean [Launching 2026]

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After much anticipation, Four Seasons has revealed the itineraries of the first 10 voyages of its ultra-exclusive, impossibly luxurious yacht, scheduled to set sail for the first time in January 2026.

Those hoping to experience one of Four Seasons Yacht’s first expeditions will do so in the Caribbean or the Mediterranean.

“We are excited to showcase the breathtaking destinations and world-class design awaiting guests aboard Four Seasons Yachts as we approach our inaugural season in 2026,” said Alejandro Reynal, president and chief executive officer at Four Seasons.

Without further ado, here’s where the Four Seasons Yacht could be taking you.

Caribbean and Mediterranean

The Caribbean: January 2026

The Four Seasons Yachts’ first voyage will take in the beauty of the Caribbean over a 7-night sailing.

The first bookable itinerary — ‘Lesser Antilles featuring Antigua and St Lucia’ — is from January 25 to February 1, 2026.

Starting in Barbados, the yacht will continue onwards to Mayreau, the Grenadines, before visiting St Lucia, Martinique, Antigua, Anguilla, and finally ending the journey in Aruba.

The first itinerary that the Four Seasons Yacht will sail
The Four Seasons Yacht’s very first itinerary. Image Credit: Four Seasons

You can check out the full itinerary (and pricing).

On completion of the yacht’s maiden voyage, it will continue with 2 back-to-back Caribbean sailings that will take slightly different courses and take in islands such as the British Virgin Islands, Curação, Guadeloupe, Nevis, and St Barths.

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The sun setting behind Martinique’s Diamond Rock. Image Credit: Daniel Ross

The Med: March 2026

The yacht’s next ports of call will visit some of the most chic and beautiful destinations that the Mediterranean has to offer.

The inaugural Mediterranean voyage to set sail will be the ‘Grand Atlantic featuring Madeira and Gibraltar’ itinerary on March 12, 2026.

After departing Barbados, most of the 12-day cruise will be spent at sea crossing the Atlantic before calling in at Madeira and Gibraltar en route to Málaga, Spain, where passengers will disembark.

The yacht’s second European voyage will be less about sailing the Atlantic and more about taking in some of the best destinations that the Mediterranean has to offer.

Setting sail from Málaga, the Four Seasons Yacht will make stops in Menorca, Spain; La Joliette, France; Ponza, Italy; Trapani, Sicily (Italy); Gozo, Malta; and Valetta, Malta.

The Grand Mediterranean Four Seasons Yacht
The route that the Four Seasons Yacht will make on its second voyage around the Mediterranean. Image Credit: Four Seasons

From April through June, the yacht will venture further east, taking its luxury-loving guests around the blissful Greek Islands, with visits to Türkiye included.

Greek Isles featuring Santorini and Yalikavak
A 7-day odyssey around the Aegean Sea, starting in Athens and finishing in Istanbul. Image Credit: Four Seasons

Inside The Suites of The Four Seasons Yacht

As you would expect from the Four Seasons, every room onboard the yacht is a suite.

The lowest category is a Seaview Suite which starts at $19,900 on Caribbean itineraries and $19,700 for European itineraries.

Seaview suites can accommodate up to 2 adults or 2 adults and 1 infant. Families traveling together or larger groups can opt to join their Seaview suites together with over 100 different options.

Seaview Suite Four Seasons Yacht
The entry-level room: Seaview Suite. Image Credit: Four Seasons

There’s even a suite with a separate studio for personal staff for those who may travel with a nanny or an assistant, for example.

For lovers of luxury with the deepest of pockets, The Loft Suite — the yacht’s second most exclusive category — will set you back $189,500 for the week in the Caribbean and from $221,000 for Mediterranean itineraries.

The 7,952 square-meter space with its 3 king beds can accommodate 6 adults plus 1 infant or child.

Loft Suite Terrace onboard the Four Seasons Yacht
The 4,390 square-feet terrace of the Loft Suite. Image Credit: Four Seasons

The most exclusive of the 11 Suite types is the one and only Funnel Suite. The vast, multi-level floating palace comprises 9,975 square meters at the front of the yacht’s top deck.

Four Seasons Yacht Funnel Suite
The jaw-dropping Funnel Suite. Image Credit: Four Seasons

With its 3 bedrooms and 2 master bathrooms split over 3 levels, this opulent suite even comes with a detailed floor plan.

Four Seasons Yacht Funnel Suite Floor Plan
The exclusive Funnel Suite is spread over 4 levels. Image Credit: Four Seasons

Among the bells and whistles that Funnel Suite guests can enjoy, some particular highlights are the splash pool, fully functioning kitchen, and even an outdoor gym.

The price of a week’s voyage in this, the most exclusive Suite on the high seas, can be revealed by appointment only — as per the Four Seasons Yachts’ website.

Elsewhere onboard, there are no less than 11 dining options for guests to enjoy when not lapping up the endless luxury of their suite.

And for relaxing in the sun while sailing the high seas, there’s a stunning 19-meter-long (65 feet) and 5-meter wide (18 feet) pool.

Four Seasons Yacht pool
It’s giving White Lotus. Image Credit: Four Seasons

There’s also a floating deck that extends out from the side of the yacht. They’re calling it the ‘transverse marina’.

Four Seasons yacht transverse marina
This is more Bond than White Lotus. Image Credit: Four Seasons

The cherry on top of this other-worldly experience will most certainly be what the Four Seasons brand is known best for its refined, world-class guest service. And with a 1:1 guest-to-staff ratio, it can’t get much more personal.

“At Four Seasons, guest-centricity has always been the foundation of our luxury service offering and our exceptional Yacht will extend this approach to the seas,” said Reynal. “Our teams are dedicated to innovating and delivering genuine service, ensuring each journey is defined by comfort, elegance, and personalization, setting a new standard for luxury hospitality experiences at sea.”

Hot Tip:

If you can’t wait until 2026 to experience all that is the incredible hospitality of the Four Seasons, then here are some of the best Four Seasons hotels and resorts in the U.S. that you can book a stay in now!

Final Thoughts

When it comes to travel, the Four Seasons Yacht is about as aspirational as it gets. Well, the Four Seasons private jet certainly gives it a run for its money.

With the maiden voyage of this ultra-luxe yacht in 2026, the levels of luxury you can experience at sea are sure to hit their peak.

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About Daniel Ross

Daniel has loved aviation and travel his entire life. He earned a Master of Science in Air Transport Management and has written about travel and aviation in publications like Simple Flying, The Points Guy, and more.


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