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Four Seasons Yacht unveils inaugural itineraries and first look at its suites

Four Seasons Yacht Funnel Suite Terrace

As other cruise lines compete to outdo each other with bigger and bigger mega-ships, the Four Seasons Yacht takes a different tack. When the Four Seasons Yacht debuts in late 2025, it will be 679 feet long, compared to Sky Princess’ 1083 feet and Icon of the Seas’ 1198 feet, with 14 decks and only 95 stateroom suites. As excitement builds for the launch of Four Seasons Yachts, we have our first look at the suites and details on where the ship will be sailing.

Four Seasons Yacht
All images courtesy Four Seasons

Each of the Four Seasons Yacht’s 95 stateroom suites will offer floor-to-ceiling windows providing unobstructed natural light and access to expansive terrace decks. Suite accommodations will start at an average of 581 square feet of indoor/outdoor living space, and 60% of the suites are in excess of 818 square feet of indoor/outdoor space.

Four Seasons Yacht Seaview Suite

The most expansive stateroom, the “Funnel Suite” consists of four levels, offering more than 9,601 square feet of combined indoor/outdoor living space, including a private wading pool and spa area.

Four Seasons Yacht Funnel Suite Terrace

The Four Seasons Yacht’s network of adjoining suites will connect staterooms with modular walls, offering numerous combinations. This versatility will unlock more than 100 different connection options and the unique opportunity to reserve an entire side of a deck, perfect for those traveling with family, friends, or larger groups.

Four Seasons Yacht Loft Suite Bedroom
Four Seasons Yacht Loft Suite Living Room
Four Seasons Yacht Loft Suite Bathroom
Four Seasons Yacht Loft Suite Terrace

The vessel’s 11 different restaurants, lounges, and bars will be consistent with the quality expected of a Four Seasons hotel and resort. A perfect cappuccino in the lobby, a Mediterranean-inspired lunch, a dinner tasting at the sushi bar, or a glass of champagne on the terrace – guests will never be far from a perfect bite always paired with remarkable sea views.

Four Seasons Yacht Pool Deck

The Four Seasons Yacht will also offer guests a full-service spa, salon, and wellness programming. The canoe-shaped aft will be home to an expansive pool deck that can transform into an outdoor movie theater or event space. The elegant and industry-first “transverse marina” runs the length of the ship providing a spot for guests to enjoy the water, sunbathe or explore the specially-designed aqua leisure toys and accessories.

Four Seasons Yacht Transverse Marina

From January to March 2026, the first Four Seasons Yacht will feature seven seven-night Caribbean itineraries to yachting destinations including Saint Barthélemy (St Barths), Nevis, the Grenadines, St Lucia, Barbados, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Curaçao and Aruba. Destination highlights include indulging in the dazzling nightlife of St Barths, discovering Martinique’s volcanic coral reefs and lush rainforest landscapes, a marina day in St Lucia’s Tobago Cays, and much more.

Four Seasons Yacht will visit Guadeloupe in the Caribbean
Four Seasons Yacht will visit Guadeloupe in the Caribbean

The first Mediterranean voyages will begin in March 2026 and will sail through Croatia, Gibraltar, Montenegro, Italy, Portugal, Spain, and Türkiye. The Mediterranean itinerary will also highlight the Greek Isles, with stops in Athens, Ios, Santorini, Milos, and more. Guests will explore under-the-radar islands steeped in culture and history, offering a variety of experiences that go above and beyond the ordinary of Mediterranean sailings.

Four Seasons Yacht will visit Türkiye in the Mediterranean
Four Seasons Yacht will visit Türkiye in the Mediterranean

If you’re interested in booking an upcoming cruise, we recommend MEI Travel for a free, no obligation quote and free help throughout your trip.

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