Four Seasons Yachts teases first ports, new interior renders

10 Caribbean, transAtlantic and Mediterranean voyages released

Four Seasons Yachts has offered its first glimpses of the inaugural season of the new brand’s ultra-luxury yacht, now firmly set in 2026. The first 10 “unique voyages” were revealed in the US overnight, encompassing the Caribbean and Mediterranean. Four Seasons Yachts has also offered fresh looks at the interior designs of the vessel, but still a yacht name remains a mystery.

LATTE can reveal that the freshly updated website also now carries details the full range of (95) suites onboard, which in addition to the already known Funnel Suite and new Loft Suite (further below), include some destination-based identifiers, including;

  • Portofino Suite (1), at 392 square metres including a 193 sqm Terrace
  • Málaga Suite (1), at 348 square metres including a 157 sqm Terrace
  • Saint-Tropez Suite (1), at 391 square metres including a 229 sqm Terrace
  • Milos Suite (1), at 293 square metres including a 141 sqm Terrace
  • St Barths Suite (1), at 277 square metres including a 130 sqm Terrace
  • Grand Ocean Suite (16), at 94-106 square metres including a 18-30 sqm Terrace
  • Ocean Suite (15), at 83-94 square metres including 12-23 sqm Terrace
  • Superior Seaview Suite (15), at 75-83 square metres including a 9-17 sqm Terrace; and
  • Seaview Suite (42), at 50-57 square metres including a 6-13 sqm Terrace

Pricing for sample itineraries listed online in the Greek Islands departing in April 2026 lead-in at US$3,357  per couple per night, or in the Caribbean in February 2026 is US$2,843 per couple per night.

“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,” remarked Alejandro Reynal, President and Chief Executive Officer, Four Seasons.

“At Four Seasons, guest-centricity has always been the foundation of our luxury service offering and our exceptional Yacht will extend this approach to the seas. Our teams are dedicated to innovating and delivering genuine service, ensuring each journey is defined by comfort, elegance, and personalisation, setting a new standard for luxury hospitality experiences at sea.”

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In its debut year, Four Seasons Yachts will explore more than 130 destinations across over 30 countries and territories. All itineraries allow guests to tailor their own adventure onshore, coupled with a mix of pre- and post-hotel and overland programs at Four Seasons hotels and resorts, as previously flagged by LATTE.

The first Four Seasons Yacht, currently under construction in Ancona, Italy, will travel westbound as part of its repositioning and will welcome guests to set sail amid the serene turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea from January to March 2026. The first Caribbean itineraries are the industry norm of seven nights duration, albeit exploring “exciting yachting destinations” including Saint Barthélemy (St Barths), Nevis, the Grenadines, St Lucia, Barbados, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Curaçao and Aruba. Destination highlights include indulging in the dazzling nightlife of St Barths, discovering Martinique’s volcanic coral reefs and lush rainforest landscapes, a marina day in St Lucia’s Tobago Cays, and much more.

The first Grand Mediterranean voyages will begin in March 2026 and will include sailings through Croatia, Gibraltar, Montenegro, Italy, Portugal, Spain, and Türkiye. The Mediterranean itinerary will also highlight the Greek Isles, with stops in Athens, Ios, Santorini, Milos, and more.

LATTE can pinpoint (for travel advisor ease) the 10 initially released itineraries include the following voyages:


In collaboration with Tillberg Design of Sweden and the Yacht’s Creative Director, Prosper Assouline, the Yacht’s suite design embodies the essence of intuitive luxury, each a sanctuary of tranquility with panoramic views, elegant interiors, thoughtful details and a residential feel that creates the sense of a welcoming home at sea.

“Our goal was to craft an environment that feels both familiar and extraordinary, with warm hues and open designs. We are creating an inviting, welcoming environment that reflects the same feeling one experiences at a Four Seasons hotel or resort,” says Fredrik Johannson, Partner and Executive Director of Tillberg Design of Sweden. “At the same time, we are designing a look and feel that is unique to this project, creating an elegant yet simple interior that stands out on its own, while blending beautifully with the majestic seas that will surround it.”

With 50% more living space per guest than currently available with any competitor at sea, all suites will offer floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing sweeping sea views, double vanity bathrooms with spacious showers and closets, expansive private terraces, and dynamic use of space and light.

The Yacht’s extensive network of adjoining suites will feature an innovative system that connects accommodations with modular walls, offering numerous options of vertical and horizontal combinations within the signature suites. This versatility will unlock more than 100 different connection options and the unique opportunity to reserve an entire side of a deck, perfect for those travelling with family, friends, or larger groups. For example, this one-of-a-kind design will allow for more than 1,200 square metres of total living space.

A New Suite Standard: Funnel and Loft Suites

The largest accommodations are seven signature suites ranging from 277 to 927 square metres of indoor and outdoor living space. They offer two to three bedrooms, separate living rooms, indoor and outdoor dining space, splash pools, outdoor showers, and the option to connect to additional suites.

The premier signature suite accommodations – the Funnel and Loft Suites – both feature three bedrooms, outdoor showers, and splash pools. The largest on board, the Funnel Suite, housed within the Yacht’s glass-enclosed funnel, is 927 square metres, spans four levels of living space and features a floor-to-ceiling wraparound window – the largest contiguous piece of glass at sea, offering 280-degree panoramic views. The Loft Suite is 739 square metres and can accommodate large group sizes of up to 20 people by connecting with seven additional suites, the largest number of connecting suites available.

Guests can enjoy 11 dining options, spa and wellness offerings, a state-of-the-art transverse marina, and the stern pool, set to be one of the largest in the industry at nearly 19 metres long and 5 metres wide. Its unique hydraulic lift design will allow the pool deck to level out, creating an expansive outdoor space for weddings, celebrations and other events.

Four Seasons Yachts says it will redefine luxury at sea with its all-suite, residential-style product, best-in-class design and the brand’s renowned service and care delivered through a 1:1 guest-to-staff ratio.

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