Four Seasons Unveils Initial Renderings of Luxury Yacht

Four Seasons has released the first renderings of the decks and interiors of the Four Seasons Yacht, a 14-deck luxury yacht set to launch by the end of 2025.

The vessel is being built to offer “immersive luxury experiences,” stated Four Seasons President and CEO Alejandro Reynal. “The yacht is a manifestation of this vision and will deliver a world-class Four Seasons experience characterized by the genuine and personalized service that our guests know and love.”

The yacht boasts 95 suites, with the crown jewel being The Funnel Suite: a spacious penthouse that will be one of the largest suites available on any cruise ship. With its four levels and an extensive outdoor terrace, it will provide over 880 square meters of private space for up to six guests. The Funnel Suite will be situated on the highest decks of the ship, ensuring privacy and comfort.

The distinctive feature of the suite’s design is its curved and wraparound glass windows that extend from floor to ceiling, offering sweeping 280-degree views of the sea. The suite will also feature a private pool on the terrace and a dedicated in-suite spa treatment area. Other suites will offer an average of approximately 53 square meters of space and come with a private veranda.

The yacht will also feature stunning public spaces. On the ship’s aft deck, there will be a pool area with sun loungers and a large 20-meter pool that can be quickly filled or emptied, with its floor raised to be level with the deck, providing a versatile space for events such as onboard parties or weddings.

For passengers who prefer to swim in the ocean, the Four Seasons Yacht will have an innovative marina specially designed for swimming and water sports. Activities like sailing, snorkeling, and windsurfing will be available, along with “water limousines” designed for transfers and coastal tours.

In a one-of-a-kind design, the marina area will span the entire width of the ship and include large platforms and multi-level relaxation decks for sunbathing after water play. Overlooking the marina will be a sophisticated lounge with outdoor seating, perfect for a sunset glass of champagne.

Regarding itineraries, Four Seasons will prioritize exploring traditionally popular destinations for private yachts, including the Caribbean and the Mediterranean. Reservations for the initial voyages will open in January 2024 and will initially be by invitation for loyal Four Seasons guests and other travel partners. Subsequently, an online waiting list will be available for all cruise enthusiasts.

Stay tuned for further updates and reviews of Four Seasons Yachts on Cruising Journal, featuring photos, videos, and special cruise offers.

Giorgia Lombardo