Four Seasons Yachts releases 13 new Med voyages for 2026

Monte Carlo a key hub for the Four Seasons I's expanded Riviera collection

Four Seasons Yachts has unveiled a new collection of voyages for the inaugural year of its first ship in 2026, now branded as Four Seasons I.

Highlights of the new voyages include two new seven-night itineraries on the Adriatic Sea, anchoring in Croatia, Slovenia, Italy and Montenegro.

New seven-night Grand Mediterranean journeys include one that sweeps around southern Italy from the Adriatic to Sicily before its final destinations in Malta; and another that begins in Malta before heading north along the Italian coast before spending several days on the Côte d’Azur.

Hvar, Croatia

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Additional five-, seven- and nine-night voyages include ports of call such as Saint-Tropez, Cannes, Monte Carlo, Capri, Positano, Taormina, Palma de Mallorca and Valencia, as well as lesser-known gems including Italy’s Portovenere, France’s Fréjus and Mandelieu-la-Napoule, Spain’s Ciutadella de Menorca and Malta’s Gozo.

Another new itinerary for 2026 invites travellers on an eleven-night Atlantic crossing that begins in the Canary Islands and disembarks in Barbados.

Monte Carlo, Monaco

The 2026 program now also encompasses the following new itineraries and dates:

In March, Four Seasons Yachts unveiled its first 10 voyages including three distinct Caribbean journeys, an Atlantic crossing from Barbados to Spain, two Grand Mediterranean tours, and four itineraries through the Aegean, Ionian and Adriatic Seas.

“We are pleased to unveil the remainder of our 2026 Mediterranean portfolio, offering unparalleled journeys that blend the timeless allure of the Adriatic Sea and French and Italian Rivieras and beyond with the epitome of yachting luxury,” says Nils Lindstad, Vice President of Business Development and Sales Excellence for Four Seasons Yachts.

“Each voyage is a carefully curated experience designed to immerse our guests in the rich tapestry of cultures through overnight stays, shoreside experiences, and the ability to discover destinations as the locals do.”

Positano, Italy

Alejandro Reynal, President and CEO, Four Seasons said: “Each aspect of the Four Seasons Yachts experience, from the onboard offerings to the curated itineraries, reflects a deep understanding of our guests and our ability to create memorable moments of personalised care and service.”

“These exceptional Mediterranean destinations – both rare and beloved – are precisely where our guests wish to travel with Four Seasons, and it’s been wonderful to see the excitement build as we unveil new details about our inaugural journeys.”

Whether soaking up the enduring legacy of Venetian grandeur, exploring the enchanting beaches and towns of Croatia, enjoying the vibrant nightlife of Saint-Tropez, or relishing the captivating allure of Montenegro’s landscapes, each destination beckons with a bespoke journey of discovery.

Casablanca, Morocco

Italy’s Riviera di Levante, France’s Côte d’Azur, and Spain’s coastal cities are brought to life through a host of custom on-shore experiences that capture the region’s celebrated glamour and style. In addition, guests will enjoy access to storied harbours, secluded seaside idylls, and cultural capitals in destinations such as Marbella, Sardinia, Capri and Malta. Highlights include the cinematic charm of Portovenere in Italy, the Provençal paradise found at Bandol’s esteemed rosé vineyards in France, and Spain’s timeless coastal Eden Tossa de Mar.

Voyages aboard Four Seasons I are designed to allow for multiple destinations to be visited daily and the ability to enjoy late evenings and overnight stays in select locations. In journey segments, guests will delve deep into the authentic rhythms of each region and enjoy unfettered exploration in both popular and lesser-known locales.

Malaga, Spain

The flexibility of Four Seasons Yachts offerings allows guests to savour the local culture and cuisine at their own pace. Shoreside highlights include truffle hunting in Viareggio, Italy or a round of golf at Golf Club Saint-Tropez, France designed by Gary Player. Each destination reveals a unique story, allowing guests to make unforgettable connections with diverse cultures, treasured histories, and natural environments.

Four Seasons I offers 95 configurable suites, 11 restaurants and lounges, a sprawling saltwater pool, innovative spa and wellness offerings, and a state-of-the-art transverse marina. The vessel is being constructed by Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri in Ancona, Italy with inaugural voyages setting sail in 2026.


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