Evrima, the first of three custom-built yachts from the famous hotel chain's Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection, began a seven-night cruise from Barcelona to Nice on October 15. The 190-meter vessel can accommodate 298 passengers, and features an infinity pool, a wine vault, a nightclub and its very own "marina".
The yacht is set to sail to a range of destinations throughout the Mediterranean, Caribbean and South America. The yacht claims one of the highest staff and space to guest ratios at sea, as well as fine dining experiences and water sports. There's also a dedicated on-board children's facility with a jam-packed program for those aged from four to 12.
The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection has launched its first yacht, the Queen Elizabeth II, at a shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France. The vessel is to be followed by two others, Ilma and Luminara, currently under construction at the same shipyard.
Evrima, the Ritz-Carlton's three superyachts, will be available for private charter at a later date. The company has not yet revealed the charter price, but it's safe to assume that it will be pretty pricey. "Every element of the luxury yachting experience was considered when designing and creating Evrima," the company says.
The launch of The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection Evrima has been delayed several times due to supply chain issues and the global pandemic. Earlier this month, the Four Seasons announced plans for its first vessel, a 14-deck, 207-meter-long superyacht with 95 suites, which is scheduled to enter service in late 2025.