The Four Seasons Reveals First Itineraries For Hotel Brand’s Luxury Cruise Ship

The stunning 679-foot Four Seasons Yacht will travel to more than 130 destinations across over 30 countries in 2026.

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This article was updated with new itinerary details in March 2024

Merely experiencing some of the world’s most exotic destinations, while stunning, isn’t quite enough in an era of post-pandemic travel. Only the best, most exclusive accommodations will do, and The Four Seasons (as with its private jet experience) has its sights set on the high seas and a rare opportunity to sail in style.

Set to sail in early 2026, The Four Seasons Yacht Experience is a much more intimate step down from sailing, say, the world’s largest cruise ship.

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Renderings of the Four Seasons Yacht promise an impressive, tailored experience, from a mere 95 floor-to-ceiling window suites to what The Four Seasons calls “globally renowned design” throughout from shipbuilder Fincantieri of Italy.

The ultra-sleek ship opens for reservation requests now, but there’s quite the catch: It debuts on an invite-only basis for frequent Four Seasons travelers and other partners.

Accordingly, its routes promise nothing short of a truly jaw-dropping experience, with initial voyages planned for the Mediterranean and the Caribbean.

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Robb Report notes that the Four Seasons is planning on some truly unforgettable voyages in its first itineraries:

The Four Seasons Yacht will travel to more than 130 distinct destinations across over 30 countries and territories in 2026, the hospitality titan said in a statement. The first 10 voyages of the inaugural season will allow seafarers to explore the hidden gems of the Caribbean and Mediterranean in the lap of luxury.

The first liner, currently under construction at Fincantieri’s shipyard in Italy, will travel westbound upon completion for its cruising debut. Running from January to March 2026, the first Caribbean itineraries will include seven nights of exploration through notable yachting destinations, such as St. Barths, Nevis, the Grenadines, St. Lucia, Barbados, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Curaçao, and Aruba. On the way, guests can party in St. Barths, traverse Martinique’s volcanic coral reefs and lush rainforest landscapes, and check out St. Lucia’s picturesque Tobago Cays.

The inaugural Mediterranean voyages will begin in March 2026. The adventures will showcase several sun-plenty destinations, such as Croatia, Gibraltar, Montenegro, Italy, Portugal, Spain, and Turkey. The itinerary will also spotlight the Greek gems of Athens, Santorini, and Milos. More details will be released in the coming months, but Four Seasons says seafarers can expect a variety of experiences that go above and beyond that of the regular cruise or tour.

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The 679-foot yacht spares no expense, featuring the largest pool deck in its class (according to The Four Seasons) and a port-to-starboard transverse marina for near-instant watersport access.

The Four Seasons, in keeping with its laser-sharp focus on hospitality, outfitted its yacht with 11 onboard restaurants and bars, designed to celebrate the travel company’s “rich history of culinary innovation and attention to guest preferences.”

According to The Four Seasons, “highly bespoke shore experiences, as well as one-of-a-kind overland adventures,” await the lucky few travelers destined to set sail in one-of-a-kind fashion.

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Sign up to learn more here ahead of the Four Seasons Yacht’s inaugural voyage.