Start-up ultra-luxury cruise line, Four Seasons Yachts, will consist of at least two ships after its owner/operator signed on for a second vessel.
Shipbuilder Fincantieri confirmed penning a contract with Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings LTD, for the construction of the second Four Seasons vessel, worth more than 400 million euros. The new ship will be delivered in 2026. The contract is subject to access to financing as per industry practice.
In September last year, Fincantieri was awarded the contract for the first ship of the class. The first Four Seasons Yacht will be 207 metres long and 27 metres wide, with 14 decks and offer 95 accommodations. It will be delivered in Q4 2025.
Larry Pimentel, President and CEO of Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings LTD, Joint Owner/Operator of Four Seasons Yachts, said: “The signing of our second vessel contract with Fincantieri is another milestone in the development of Four Seasons Yachts.
“Our partnership with Fincantieri and Four Seasons creates a powerful triumvirate of expertise that is committed to delivering a “category of one” luxury lifestyle yacht experience. I am proud of the talented team and collaboration behind this stunning enterprise project”.
Alejandro Reynal, President and CEO, Four Seasons said: “With each Four Seasons experience we deliver, we have an unwavering commitment to excellence. In the case of Four Seasons Yachts, we are achieving this by collaborating with exceptional partners like Fincantieri and Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings who share our vision for a one-of-a-kind luxury yachting experience.”
“We are proud to extend our partnership with Fincantieri on this next vessel and look forward to embarking on our first nautical journey together soon”.
“The confirmation of trust from a prestigious brand like Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings who are responsible for marine and technical, and sales & marketing of Four Seasons Yachts, is a great satisfaction for us and a further proof of the validity of a unique entrepreneurial project destined to change the world of cruises in terms of design, technology and sustainability,” remarked Pierroberto Folgiero, Chief Executive Officer of Fincantieri.
“Today’s result also bears witness to the start of the orders recovery for the sector, at the same time reinforcing Fincantieri’s leadership in the new extra-luxury segment based on haute hôtellerie”.
Itineraries and reservations for the first Four Seasons Yacht were slated to go on sale towards the end of this year.