With Four Seasons Yachts, the company expands its business into a new, exciting arena. As part of this new venture with Four Seasons, a unique group of partners will be involved: Nadim Ashi and Philippe Levin, leading luxury entrepreneurs and bold visionaries, as well as Fincantieri, one of the world’s leading shipbuilding groups, which is scheduled to deliver the first vessel by the end of 2025. It is worth approximately €1.2 billion and includes an option for two additional vessels.
The first Four Seasons yacht will be characterized by bespoke craftsmanship, personalized service and a commitment to excellence, appealing to discerning guests looking to reimagine their love of travel by experiencing the splendor of modern sea travel.
“Four Seasons Yachts represents the next chapter in our long history of industry-leading innovation and a milestone for our company as we continue to pursue new opportunities to expand the world of Four Seasons,” said Christian Clerk, President, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. “True vision lies in the ability to imagine possibilities while always remaining true to your values.” Our vision for this new venture does just that. Together with our partners at Marc-Henri Cruise Holdings LTD, we are creating something extraordinary that combines their expertise with what Four Seasons does best – providing unmatched quality and excellence, surrounded by beautiful acts of service and love for our guests.”
With its inaugural voyage scheduled for late 2025, the first Four Seasons ship will be 207 meters (679 feet) long and 27 meters (88.6 feet) wide with 14 decks. At a construction cost of $4.2 million per suite, no expense is spared in terms of exceptional custom design. The first Four Seasons yacht will offer nearly 50 percent more living space per guest than currently available, offering the ultimate in privacy, flexibility and spaciousness in an all-suite nautical living environment.