First steel cut for Four Seasons Yachts

Fincantieri shipyard gets production underway for new ultra-luxury vessel

Production has commenced on the first Four Seasons Yachts vessel at Fincantieri’s Ancona shipyard in Italy.

Together with Four Seasons and luxury yachting company Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings Ltd, Fincantieri celebrated the groundbreaking moment for the vessel set to redefine luxury at sea through best-in-class design innovation. The first vessel in the fleet of three is anticipated to enter service in late 2025.

Each of the vessel’s 95 spacious suites will offer floor-to-ceiling windows and access to expansive private terrace decks.

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Larry Pimental, President and CEO of Four Seasons Yachts said the steel cutting took place with “great pride and excitement”.

“This is the birth of a new luxury yacht standard at sea! A unique “Category One” yacht is delivered in two years and is our commitment to excellence and innovation,” Pimental said on social media.

“We start the ship’s journey from blueprint to sea…NOW!” he said.

At the celebratory event was Thatcher Brown, Chief Commercial Officer of Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings, joint owner/operator of Four Seasons Yachts. He was joined by Gilberyo Tobaldi, Shipyard Director Fincantieri Ancona to get the steel work underway.

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