Ritz Carlton just entered the cruise industry with three uber luxurious ships

Sun. Sky. Waves. Breeze. Sunsets. Stars. Moon. They are always better on a cruise. That plus luxury, it is an offer you cannot refuse! The exclusive Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will be launching soon. As it is said, in the end, we only regret the vacations we didn’t take. You will now be able to voyage to some of the world’s most exquisite escapes aboard super yachts anchored in the brand’s celebrated sense of refinement.

Its series of three sumptuous vessels is being developed by masterminds Lars Clasen and Douglas Prothero, along with Oaktree Capital Management. Towards the end of 2019, the first build will be 623 feet in length (safe harbour). The floating boutique hotel will host 298 passengers comfortably in 149 suites and two 1,442-square-foot penthouses. Each boasts a balcony created aesthetically gorgeous in partnership with Tillberg Design of Sweden. Most importantly, the expert Chef Sven Elverfeld, also catering the three-Michelin-star restaurants Aqua at the Ritz-Carlton and Wolfsburg in Germany, knows how to bring people together over his appetizing food. Of course you will find the signature Ritz-Carlton Spa, a lounge and wine bar too.

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The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection is available for private charter. They will offer initial itineraries that comprise 7-10 day getaways to splendid destinations in Northern Europe, the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, and Latin America. To match the culture at various ports, carefully crafted shore excursions and yacht-based presentations will immerse guests in the local cuisine, music, and art of the respective region. What are you waiting for? Reservations begin next May.

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