Four Seasons and Fincantieri announce 207m Four Seasons Yacht

The international luxury hotel and resort company Four Seasons and the Italy-based shipbuilder Fincantieri have teamed up to announce their 207-metre Four Seasons Yacht. The extraordinary yacht will bring together the legendary service of the Four Seasons brand with the remarkable design of Fincantieri, together with partners at Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings LTD.Four Seasons YachtPhoto: Four SeasonsThe Four Seasons Yacht is planned as one of the first of a fleet of Four Seasons Yachts over the next five years with the first vessel currently being designed in Trieste, Italy. “We are excited to embrace this new opportunity with Four Seasons that will allow us to strengthen our global leadership position,” said Pierroberto Folgiero, Fincantieri CEO and Managing Director.Four Seasons YachtPhoto: Four SeasonsThe inspiration behind the new Four Seasons Yacht came from Four Seasons Surfside hotel in Florida, USA alongside the legendary 99.15-metre Canadian Vickers superyacht, Christinia O. “The Four Seasons Yacht is an extraordinary vessel, she makes the art of the impossible, possible!” commented Larry Pimento, Chief Executive of Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings LTD.

The Four Seasons Yacht has a total of 14 decks with 11 decks accessible to guests onboard. She will also have a total of five elevators to ensure easy access to any part of the superyacht. The Four Seasons Yacht will combine some of the best aspects of a cruise ship with those of a superyacht and will be able to accommodate up to 222 guests across 95 suites. Four Seasons YachtPhoto: Four SeasonsThe suite accommodation will start at 54 square-metres of indoor and outdoor space, all with floor-to-ceiling windows. The top seven suites will also benefit from their own private plunge pools with a cost to build of $4.2 million per suite.

The first Four Seasons Yacht will offer nearly 50 percent more living space per guest than currently available, offering ultimate privacy, flexibility and spaciousness in an all-suite nautical residential setting. Guests will have the opportunity to dine in the privacy of their own decks or in one of the yacht’s 10 restaurants, lounges or bars. There will also be an option to charter the yacht for special occasions.Four Seasons YachtPhoto: Four SeasonsThe Four Seasons Yacht will also offer guests a full-service spa, salon, and wellness programming – from fitness to health, and nutrition. The classic canoe-shaped aft will be home to an expansive pool deck, allowing for moments of leisure and relaxation. This area will also transform into an outdoor movie theatre or space for an array of private events.

The Four Seasons Yacht  will offer guests the opportunity to explore the world with the comfort of a Four Seasons team. She will visit destinations such as the Mediterranean and the Caribbean while trying to visit as many of the 124 Four Seasons hotels located across the world.

Four Seasons YachtPhoto: Four SeasonsThe Four Seasons Yacht will be delivered in late 2025, with the second vessel expected to be delivered in November 2026, and the third expected in November 2027. The Four Seasons Yacht is already expected to be fully booked when she is delivered with a waitlist also expected for future bookings.

“When we launch in 2025, there will be nothing else like it on the open seas. Our shipbuilding partnership with Fincantieri rounds out a triumvirate of industry leaders in this unprecedented luxury lifestyle project, added Larry Pimento.