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first_imgGo back to the enewsletterThe Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company has opened reservations for The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection which aims to “transform the luxury cruising industry”.“As the first luxury hotel company to bring the legendary service and ambience of its resorts to sea, we are thrilled to offer guests a new way to create memories with The Ritz-Carlton,” said Lisa Holladay, Global Brand Leader for The Ritz-Carlton.“From the yacht’s design, to programming on board and ashore, every aspect of the voyage has been carefully created to embody the signature service and casual luxury of a Ritz-Carlton resort. We look forward to officially welcoming guests onboard The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection as we open reservations,” Holladay said.Reservations are now open for the inaugural season to the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, the Caribbean, Latin America, Canada and Northeastern United States, set to commence from February 2020.Voyages will range from seven to 10 nights with ports including Barbados, Cartagena, Bordeaux, Copenhagen, Mykonos and Portofino.© Rendering of The Grand Suites BedroomEach itinerary is packed with unique programming at each destination, from the Christening Celebration on the Inaugural Voyage to the Monaco Grand Prix, Edinburgh Military Tattoo, exploring the yachting playgrounds of the Greek Isles, Balearic Islands and French Riviera, as well as celebrating the holidays in the Caribbean.Guests have the option to book back-to-back voyages without repeating ports, allowing them to explore a wider range of destinations and delve into the local culture at each port.“The opening of reservations marks an exciting milestone for The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection, which is set to redefine luxury at sea,” said Doug Prothero, CEO of The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection.© Rendering of The Terrace Suite“Whether you are looking for culture, adventure, or the chance to go off the beaten path, we are thrilled to be able to invite guests to explore the world with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection,” Prothero said.Designed with a yachting lifestyle in mind, the first of three bespoke yachts in The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will stop at both signature and iconic destinations.Accommodating just 298 passengers in 149 suites (each with a private terrace), the cruise line’s intimate size allows for the vessels to sail into coveted city harbours around the world, and the relaxed pace of the yachts offers both daytime and overnight ports of call, giving guests more flexibility for their time on land.The yacht will also feature two 158-square-metre lavish Owner’s Suites, each with its own private whirlpool, modern craftsmanship and interior finishes jointly designed by The Ritz-Carlton and leading design firm Tillberg Design of Sweden.© Rendering of Aqua on The Ritz-Carlton Yacht CollectionThe yachts will have “one of the highest staff to guest service ratios in the cruise industry,” the company said.The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection guests will enjoy an all-inclusive luxury sailing experience including spacious accommodations, onboard activities and entertainment, beverages, multiple dining venues, onboard gratuities, Wi-Fi and watersports from the yacht’s marina.Signature experiences available for an additional fee include a culinary experience at Aqua, the yacht’s signature restaurant designed by Michelin-starred chef Sven Elverfeld, spa treatments and immersive excursions offered through The Shore Collection.The yachts of The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection are also available for private charter.Go back to the enewsletterlast_img

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