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Four Seasons Yachts Announces its First Luxury Itineraries

Hospitality giant Four Seasons has revealed the first ten voyages for its maiden season of Four Seasons Yachts

The Four Seasons Yacht is set to explore over 130 destinations across 30 countries and territories throughout 2026. The first ten voyages will allow guests to enjoy the delights of the Caribbean Sea and the Mediterranean from the ultra-luxe comfort the Four Seasons is famed for.

Setting sail in the Caribbean Sea, the voyager will traverse the tropical waters from January to March 2026. These primary itineraries will include seven nights exploring destinations such as St Barths, Nevis, the Grenadines, St Lucia, Barbados, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Curacao and Aruba. Throughout their journey, guests will have the opportunity to discover Martinique’s volcanic coral reefs and wondrous rainforest landscapes, enjoy the stunning marina in St Lucia’s Tobago Cays and party like a VIP in St Barths.

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Four Seasons Yacht Pool Deck
The Four Seasons Yacht Pool Deck / ©Four Seasons

From March 2026, the ship will venture to the Mediterranean, sailing through Croatia, Gibraltar, Montenegro, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Turkey and the Greek Isles. These itineraries will include stops at sunny destinations such as Athens, Ios and Santorini. The trip promises to spotlight under-the-radar destinations and hidden gems and seeks to immerse guests in local culture and history. 

“We are excited to showcase the breathtaking destinations and world-class design awaiting guests aboard Four Seasons Yachts as we approach our inaugural season in 2026,” says Alejandro Reynal, President and Chief Executive Officer, Four Seasons.

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The Loft Suite Terrace on the Four Seasons Yacht
The Loft Suite Terrace / ©Four Seasons

The itineraries are designed with flexibility at the forefront. Four Seasons Yachts wants to encourage guests to customize their own adventure and tailor their travel experience to their needs and desires. 

While on board, guests can choose between 95 flawlessly designed suites. According to Four Seasons, the boat boasts 50% more living space per guest than competitors, with large suites ranging from 2,891 to 9,975-sq-ft. These accommodations offer two to three bedrooms, with separate living rooms, indoor and outdoor dining space, splash pools, outdoor showers, and the option to connect additional suites. 

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Inside the Loft Suite on the Four Seasons Yacht
Inside the Loft Suite/ ©Four Seasons

Designed to accommodate large groups of up to 20 people, the Loft Suite is the vessel’s most versatile, as it includes the option to connect seven additional suites. The Funnel Suite is the largest suite onboard, spanning four levels of living space and showcasing floor-to-ceiling wraparound windows.

The Caribbean and Mediterranean itineraries are an exciting sign of what’s to come for Four Seasons Yachts, as the hotel giant plans to unveil more adventures over the upcoming months. 


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