Four Seasons is taking its award-winning service to the ocean with the launch of Four Seasons Yachts. The vessel will be led and staffed by a dedicated team, with staff outnumbering guests. Anticipated to set sail in late 2025, bespoke voyages will carve through the sea to some of the world's most breathtaking destinations.
The first of a fleet of Four Seasons yachts, currently being built in Trieste, Italy, will span 14 decks and include 95 suites. Each custom-designed suite costs over 4 million to build. With "ultimate privacy, flexibility and spaciousness" in mind, the adaptable joining combinations seamlessly integrated into each suite will create villa-like estates.
The yacht will be equipped with a full-service spa, salon, and wellness program, the pool can transform into an outdoor movie theater or event space, and the marina will also make the perfect spot to soak in the sun or dive into the warm waters. The vessel will be powered entirely by renewable energy sources, with plans to integrate more advanced technology down the line.
Fincantieri, a world-leading shipbuilding group, will bring its engineering and technology to craft the finest vessels for Four Seasons Yachts. Architects Tillberg Design of Sweden and Martin Brudnizki Design Studio will oversee the exteriors and suites designs, with creative direction from Prosper Assouline. Nadim Ashi and Philip Levine are the luxury entrepreneurs behind the project.
The luxury hospitality group has already launched Explorer cruises many years ago. With 124 hotels and resorts in its portfolio, this new venture marks a "milestone moment" for Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.