The new Ritz Carlton superyacht Evrima

Arushi Sakhuja 
Luxury on the sea can only be promised by Ritz Carlton. The luxury hotel chain has introduced a new superyacht Evrima that set sail on October 15, between Barcelona and Nice. A new vision of bespoke luxury at sea here’s all you need to know about the new Ritz Carlton superyacht. 


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Ritz Carlton is known for its impeccable luxurious experiences, this superyacht is no less. A paradise in the middle of the water, luxury, opulence and extravagance is the memo of the new superyacht. Costing a total of $6,400 per week per person for Mediterranean voyages, and $5,100 per person for Caribbean voyages guests can opt for the standard cabins, two-story loft-style apartments, and a sprawling 1,091- square-foot owner’s suites with a private hot tub.
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After a delay of three and a half years — thanks to the pandemic — the Ritz-Carlton’s highly-anticipated superyacht cruise has finally made its debut. The yacht experience offers impressive suites enhanced with a private oceanview terrace in every suite and tailored features. Guests can enjoy in-suite dining or visit one of the world-class onboard restaurants for culinarily curated menus and Michelin star quality.
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190 meters in length the yacht can accommodate a total of 298 passengers and has 149 suites. Each of the suites boasts contemporary, modern interiors with a private terrace, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows that add to the beauty. Other luxury amenities on the ship include an infinity pool, a wine vault, a Ritz-Carlton Spa, a nightclub and its very own marina.
Evrima, which means discovery in Greek, will also sail to a range of destinations throughout the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, and Central America and South America, with most cruise durations ranging from seven to 10 nights.
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Evrima is the first of three custom-built yachts with a seven-night cruise.  The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will add two more yachts namely Ilma and Luminara, to the collection in 2024 and 2025. With the highest ratio of space per guest at sea, each superyacht will feature 228 suites, all with private terraces, including two spacious new upper suite categories measuring up to 100 square meters (1,076 square feet).
All three superyachts will be available for private charter. While Ritz-Carlton has not revealed the charter price, we can surely say it would need deep pockets.

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