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Four Seasons Yacht to debut in early 2026 in the Caribbean

A Four Seasons Yacht loft suite — just one step below the funnel suite
The first Four Seasons Yacht is scheduled to debut in the Caribbean from January to March 2026 before a Mediterranean season of cruises spanning from Western Europe to Greece.

The company also shared more renderings of the suites, designed in collaboration with Tillberg Design of Sweden and the yacht’s creative director, Prosper Assouline.

In its inaugural year, Four Seasons Yachts will explore more than 130 destinations across over 30 countries and territories. Travelers can add pre- and post-cruise hotel and overland programs at Four Seasons hotels and resorts.

Seven-night Caribbean cruises

The first Caribbean itineraries stretch seven nights and visit yachting destinations including St. Barths, Nevis, the Grenadines, St. Lucia, Barbados, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Curaçao and Aruba. Destination highlights include indulging in St' Barths' nightlife, discovering Martinique’s volcanic coral reefs and rain forest landscapes and a marina day in St. Lucia’s Tobago Cays.

Mediterranean jaunts, from Gibraltar to Greece

The first Mediterranean voyages will begin in March 2026 with sailings through Croatia, Gibraltar, Montenegro, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Türkiye. Greek Islands destinations include Piraeus, Ios, Santorini and Milos.

Suites — a 'sanctuary of tranquility'

The suites are designed to be a 'sanctuary of tranquility with panoramic views, elegant interiors, thoughtful details and a residential feel.'


The entry-level suite on the Four Seasons Yacht measures 537 to 613 square feet/50 to 57 square meters, including terrace

'Our goal was to craft an environment that feels both familiar and extraordinary, with warm hues and open designs,' said Fredrik Johannson, partner and executive director, Tillberg Design of Sweden. 'We are creating an inviting, welcoming environment that reflects the same feeling one experiences at a Four Seasons hotel or resort.

'At the same time,' he added, '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.'


All suites have double vanity bathrooms. Here, one of the top loft suite baths

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


One of the signature suites, the Saint-Tropez Suite

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 opportunity to reserve an entire side of a deck, ideal for those traveling with family, friends or larger groups.

For example, this one-of-a-kind design will allow for more than 13,000 square feet/1,200 square meters) of total living space.

Funnel and loft suites

The largest accommodations are seven signature suites ranging from 2,981 to 9,975 square feet/277 to 927 square meters 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 top signature suites — the funnel and loft suites — both feature three bedrooms, outdoor showers and splash pools.


The best of the best funnel suite

As earlier reported, the funnel suite, housed within the yacht’s glass-enclosed funnel, measures 9,975 square feet/927 square metres, spanning four levels of living space. The suite’s towering floor-to-ceiling wraparound windows, made up of what the company said is the largest contiguous piece of glass at sea, is an engineering feat offering 280-degree panoramic views.

Connecting with seven other suites

The loft suite measures 7,952 square feet/739 square meters and can accommodate large group sizes of up to 20 people by connecting with seven additional suites, the largest number of connecting suites available.


The stern pool — nearly 65 feet/19 meters long and 18 feet/5 meters wide

Eleven dining options

The Four Seasons Yacht will have 11 dining options, spa and wellness offerings, a transverse marina and a large stern pool, set to be one of the largest in cruisimg at nearly 65 feet/19 meters long and 18 feet/5 meters wide. Its hydraulic lift design will allow the pool deck to level out, creating an expansive outdoor space for weddings, celebrations and other events.


Instead of an aft marina, there will be a midship transverse marina that spans from port to starboard — effectively two marinas