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Starting in late 2025, luxury travelers have a new option for setting sail with Four Seasons, the chain known around the world for its high-end properties and sublime service culture. The ultra-luxury hotel brand diving head-first into the cruising business with a lineup of bespoke yachting itineraries in the Caribbean and Mediterranean.
While Four Seasons previously announced the launch of its all-suite yacht division last year, there are now more details about what to expect.
Here’s an update with all the latest.
What To Expect From Four Seasons Yachts
The first-ever Four Seasons Yacht is expected to set sail in late 2025, in partnership with luxury yachting company Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings Ltd. and Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri. A second vessel is also already in the works, with delivery scheduled for November 2026.
Yachts will feature 95 suites with each offering terraces ranging from 100 square feet to nearly 5,000 square feet. The yacht’s top suite, known as the “Funnel Suite,” will be situated across 4 levels and will offer more than 9,500 square feet of living space both inside and outside. It will also boast its own pool, a private spa space, and a gigantic wall of curved glass that cost an eye-watering $4.5 million, according to a press release from Four Seasons.
The vessel includes its own “transverse marina,” allowing guests easy access to ports that are traditionally exclusive to privately owned yachts. There’s also a large 66-foot pool at the front of the ship. Inside, guests can expect an opulent lounge space with a bar and open seating areas where they can take in stunning views of the sea.
“Four Seasons Yachts represents a key pillar of our future growth and strategic vision, as we look to capitalize on new opportunities and build brand differentiation through immersive luxury experiences,” says Alejandro Reynal, President and CEO, Four Seasons.
Due to high demand, priority access to reserve Four Seasons Yacht voyages is being distributed by invitation-only, beginning with loyal Four Seasons guests. A waitlist will become available at www.fourseasonsyachts.com.Hot Tip:
Want to experience this high-end hotel chain closer to home? Take a look at some of the best Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts in the U.S. for some inspiration.
For well-heeled travelers looking to sail in luxury, Four Seasons will have an option for you come 2025. However, this isn’t the first time a luxury hotel brand has branched out into yachts; Ritz-Carlton has its own yacht collection and Aman will be debuting its vessels in 2026.
Featured Image Credit: Four Seasons
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Chris is a freelance writer and editor with a focus on timely travel trends, points and miles, hot new hotels, and all things that go (he’s a proud aviation geek and transit nerd). Formerly full time at The Points Guy, his work can now be found at AFAR, Travel + Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, Washington Post, and Lonely Planet, among others
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