Four Seasons has announced a line of yachts and yes, they will be as luxurious as their hotels

If ruling the hospitality section wasn’t enough, Four Seasons is now set to launch its very own line of luxury yachts. The marquee will unveil its new ship collection by the end of 2025, and it is expected to be glamorous like no other! To be introduced in association with a group of partners including Nadim Ashi and Philip Levine, luxury entrepreneurs and visionaries of this yacht experience, as well as Fincantieri and Larry Pimentel, ‘Four Seasons Yachts’, as it is called will provide upscale cruise lines along with intimate experiences, fine dining, elegant accommodations, and personalized service.

Commenting on it, Christian Clerc, president of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, in a company statement said, “Four Seasons Yachts represents the next chapter of our long history of industry-leading innovation, and a milestone moment for our company as we continue to capitalize on new opportunities to extend the world of Four Seasons.”

The first vessel which is in the making features 95 suites, a 1 to-1 guest-to-staff ratio, a spa and salon, complete with wellness programming, a large pool deck that can double as a special event space and alfresco movie theater, and several bars and restaurants. It will also boast an “industry-first transverse marina” where passengers can enjoy water sports and toys or sunbathe from the ship. The marquee has further claimed that the ship will offer nearly 50% more living space per guest than what’s currently available in the industry.

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Suite onboard the Ritz Carlton yacht.

However, Four Seasons isn’t the first hospitality brand to venture into this zone. Earlier this year, Ritz Carlton also introduced not one but two ultra-luxury cruisers to its exclusive yacht collection. Will the former beat Marriot International’s forerunner though is for time to tell!

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