The Ritz-Carlton announces new cruise line
If you love adventures this will be one of the most exclusive experiences of your life. The Ritz-Carlton has just become the first luxury hotel chain with its own cruise line and we could not be more excited. Surely, more than one will want to pack his suitcase immediately and exclaim: "All aboard!".
The new ships of the company will be impressive super yachts of 190 meters with capacity for up to 298 passengers. Without a doubt, these ships will offer much more intimate and personal trips that you will remember forever.
As expected, the Ritz-Carlton cruises will offer the same extraordinary hospitality quality as their hotels. "Our goal is to present the legendary Ritz-Carlton luxury yacht service to redefine ultra-luxury travel at sea," said Lisa Holladay, leader of The Ritz-Carlton's global brand.
“The itineraries and intimate shore experiences are not only unique and forward-thinking in their design, but illustrate our commitment to providing rare opportunities to today’s luxury traveler,” said Lisa Holladay, Global Brand Leader for The Ritz-Carlton. “Combining The Ritz-Carlton’s unparalleled service with journeys created specifically to offer immersion into the culture of the destination, The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will set a new standard in sea travel and redefine the yachting experience.”
During your trip, visitors will probably feel that they are in a marine hotel rather than a ship. The yachts will feature restaurants with Michelin-starred chefs and luxury spas to relax. As if this were not enough, first-class service and attention will make guests feel like royalty.
The Ritz Carlton Yacht Collection will offer expeditions throughout the Caribbean, the Mediterranean and Northern Europe. It does not matter if you want to relax under turquoise waters, let yourself be amazed by another culture or enjoy some of the most stunning landscapes on the planet, aboard this new cruise line you can do it in the most luxurious way possible.
So far it has been commented that the costs will start from 4 thousand 600 dollars per person for a week in the Caribbean and 5 thousand 800 for a week in the Mediterranean.
Although we still have to wait until 2020 to set sail on these sophisticated ships, reservations are already open.