December 2025 debut for Four Seasons Yachts

Price tag of approx US$5,000 per suite, per day for new ultra-luxury sailing

The first Four Seasons Yachts’ vessel will debut in December 2025 and operate from Miami, Florida, LATTE can reveal, according to details released on the start-up ultra-luxury cruise line’s website. Until now, Four Seasons Yachts had only stated its launch yacht would enter service in “late 2025”.

A report in the US late last year following an interview with Larry Pimental, President and CEO of Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings (the joint owner/operator of Four Seasons Yachts), indicated the vessel would commence operations in November 2025. However, a new dedicated website for the brand ( states “the inaugural sailings will depart from Miami in December 2025.”

The new details come ahead of the expected rollout of maiden itineraries for the brand in the coming days. They had been initially planned to be available from Q3 2023.

A newly released render of a deck aboard Four Seasons Yachts | Source: Four Seasons Yachts

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Four Seasons Yachts has two firm yachts on order (with an option for a third), and vessel one will spend the northern winter and spring of 2026 in the Caribbean, as previously flagged. In March, the ship will cross the Atlantic to the Mediterranean where it will sail “some of the most iconic yachting locations from the French and Italian Riviera to the Adriatic coastline and Greek isles,” FSY notes.

The curated itineraries will unlock 130 destinations in the Caribbean and Mediterranean, with pre- and post-packages at Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts to be paired with sailings.

In November 2026, and chasing the sun, the yacht will return to the Caribbean for the following winter and spring seasons. The second yacht in the fleet is also earmarked to launch in November 2026.

Invitation-only reservations for the first yacht are expected to open this month, with Four Seasons Yachts now also indicating the average price will be around US$5,000 (approx AU$7,500) per suite, per day – or US$35,000 for a seven-night voyage. Larger signature suites will be available on a request basis. Pricing will vary according to the individual itineraries. Voyage deposits will be US$10,000.

The Funnel Suite on the Four Seasons Yachts will reportedly sell for approx US$4.5 million for a week-long sailing

Along with the multi-million dollar, multi-storey Funnel Suite – which measures 892 square metres of combined indoor/outdoor living space, including a private wading pool and dedicated private spa area – the bottom floor of the Four Seasons Yachts will be a full deck apartment, featuring a private kitchen and offer access to a private outdoor deck.

Ultra-high-net-worth guests will also be able to occupy an entire deck to themselves as a private villa, achieved with removable walls to create larger suites rather than traditional connecting doors.

In recent months, Four Seasons Yachts has also confirmed the ultra-luxe hospitality company it shares its name with will operate the guest experience onboard, including hotel operations and management.

One of the two marinas aboard the Four Seasons Yachts vessels | Source: Four Seasons Yachts

The 96-suite vessel will feature two marinas (one on each side) that cater for watersport activities and rentable teak tenders on the other.

Construction of the first yacht commenced in late November 2023 at the Ancona shipyard of Fincantieri.

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