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Four Seasons Yachts

The prestigious hotel brand Four Seasons operates more than 100 five-star luxury hotels across the world and is entering the cruise industry with Four Seasons Yachts and its first ship, Four Seasons I.

Setting sail at the start of 2026, the luxurious first yacht by Four Seasons, Four Seasons I, will aim to showcase the same high-spec accommodation and exceptional service as the hotel chain in the 95 all-suite yacht, all with floor-to-ceiling windows and private terraces, with fabulous dining, an exquisite spa and one of the largest pools in the cruise industry.

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Why Four Seasons Yachts?

Four Seasons are known for their exceptional service, fine dining and exquisite interiors in hotels around the world, and aim to emulate this with the Four Seasons I.

Designed in collaboration with Tillberg Design of Sweden and the yacht's creative director Prosper Assouline, the enormous superyacht's suites range from 500 to nearly 10,000 square feet, including a magnificent 9,975-square-feet 'funnel suite' with four levels, floor-to-ceiling windows, a private spa, splash pools and outdoor showers. Whichever you choose, each of the 95 suites offers plenty of space, with floor-to-ceiling windows, his and hers sinks and spacious showers in bathrooms, and expansive private terrace decks, and there is a multitude of adjoining suite options that connect accommodations with modular walls, offering more than 100 different options that are perfect for larger groups, friends or family.

In what will be akin to a Beach Club at Sea, Four Seasons I's 20-metre stern pool claims to be one of the industry's largest, and can even be raised for celebrations and special occasions, alongside a transverse marina with a whole host of water toys available that unfolds on both sides to offer a true yacht-like experience, allowing guests to visit hidden bays and coves from the safety and glamour of the ship.

Dining is, of course, exemplary, and Four Seasons I will have 11 dining options, including several al fresco options to soak up the sun - though currently only breakfast is included in the price - as well as a fabulous spa and wellness area.

The yacht cut its first steel at the Fincantieri shipyard in Ancona in Italy in December 2023, and will set sail in February 2026. Seven-night sailings on Four Seasons I will begin in the Caribbean, before Mediterranean itineraries from March 2026 visit the Greek Islands, Croatia, Gibraltar, Montenegro, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Turkey, with their routes visiting a total of 33 countries in the Caribbean and Mediterranean. Highly bespoke shore experiences like private dinners will allow guests to immerse deeper into the destination, and guests will have the option to combine up to three itineraries for a longer journey.

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