Artist's impression of the Four Seasons yacht, currently under construction.
The Four Seasons global hotel group is setting sail with a brand new venture, Four Seasons Yachts.
The first all-suite vessel is due to hit the high seas at the end of 2025. At 207m long, it will offer 14 decks and 95 suites with around 50 percent more living space per guest than is currently available on the cruise market. A build cost of US$4.2 million has been allocated to each suite.
The joining suite combinations mean villa-like residences can be created as required. All suites boast floor-to-ceiling windows and expansive terrace decks.
Suite accommodation will start at 54msq of indoor/outdoor living space, while 60 percent of the yacht’s inventory will be in excess of 76spm. At the top end, the most expensive suite, the ‘Funnel Suite’, will cover four levels with 892sqm of space including a private wading pool and a dedicated private spa area.
Facilities feature high-end dining spaces and bars, a full-service spa, salon and wellness programmes. A pool deck will transform into an outdoor cinema and private event space.
The on-board marina area means guests can sunbathe or access the ocean to swim or play with the yacht’s pool toys.
This is the first of a fleet of Four Seasons yachts to launch over the next five years. This debut vessel is currently under construction in Trieste, Italy.
Four Seasons Yachts is the latest addition to the brand’s ongoing expansion, including new hotel, resort and residential properties and Four Seasons Private Jet Experience. The new venture is introduced this week at the Monaco Yacht Show.
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