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Charting a new course and marking a significant moment for the iconic hospitality brand as it makes its foray into the luxury yachting space, The Ritz-Carlton has announced the debut of The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection.

The first of three custom-built yachts from The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection,  Evrima recently embarked on the company’s first cruise program with a voyage from Barcelona to Nice.

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But plans for sailing itineraries visiting the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, Central America, and South America are also underway with the onboard experience described as reflecting  the sublime comfort and legendary service for which The Ritz-Carlton brand is renowned.

The specially designed yacht measures 190-meters and with 149 suites, several innovative two-story loft suites, a unique duplex accommodation, can accommodate up to 298 passengers.

Observation Room on board The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Evrima

All rooms on board Evrima feature a private terrace and floor to ceiling windows, resulting in some of the most airy and expansive guestrooms at sea, and the luxurious amenities that visitors expect from Ritz-Carlton properties around the world.

Stopping at both intimate and signature ports of call, most voyages range from seven to 10  nights, with no two journeys alike enabling guests to combine itineraries without repeating a destination.

In each destination, guests can choose from a selection of unique experiences within ‘The Shore Collection’ that align with their interests or utilise the services of the Concierge Ashore to customize their own private tours. 

These range from a guided tour in a world-class museum with its curator, visiting a UNESCO World Heritage site, to yoga on a private beach, zip-lining through a rain forest, truffle hunting, and more.

Travelers also have access to a range of elevated programming and amenities including a thoughtfully curated menu of ESPA and 111SKIN spa treatments, a main lounge, an observation lounge, sauna and steam room, water sports from the yacht’s marina while at anchor, an infinity pool, and a fitness studio.

 Guests can select from a breadth of dining options including locally-inspired creations in The Evrima Room, creative interpretations of Southeast Asian Cuisine and a sit down sushi bar at Talaat Nam, a specialty dining experience designed by chef Sven Elverfeld.

Families exploring the world together can enjoy a dedicated space on board for Ritz Kids – crafted to appeal to children’s curiosity and innate love for discovery, with an emphasis on marine conservation.

The company’s next vessels,  Ilma and Luminara are scheduled to enter service in 2024 and 2025.

The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection CEO, Douglas Prothero, said product is revolutionizing the luxury cruising industry, creating an entirely unique category designed for those in search of unmatched getaways, highly curated itineraries, insider access and a level of personalization previously unseen in the space.

“Every element of the luxury yachting experience was considered when designing and creating Evrima,” he said.

“We are excited to deliver unforgettable journeys for both long-time cruisers and those who are new to the industry.”



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