The luxury hospitality company’s first cruise ship finally set sail after years of delay amid COVID-19 and reports that the project ran $55 million over budget …
… officially bringing the Ritz-Carlton brand’s promise of luxury to life at sea.
The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection’s Evrima began its time at sea with a seven-day sailing from Spain to France in October.
And it now has a list of itineraries from 2022 into November 2024 with ports of calls in the Mediterranean, Caribbean, Central America, and South America …
… including sailings from Barbados to St. Maarten, Panama to Costa Rica, Spain to Italy, and several round trips in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
No two sailings will be the same, according to the new cruise brand, and all range from four to 13 nights.
Source: Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection
It’s significantly smaller than the mega cruise liners heavy hitters like Royal Caribbean have recently built.