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22:15, March 29

Four Seasons is raising the bar on luxury in the Caribbean and Mediterranean with the launch of the first Four Seasons yacht. This superyacht was designed in collaboration with the Swedish company Tillberg Design.

“Our goal was to create an environment that was both familiar and unusual, with warm colors and an open design. We create a welcoming environment that reflects the same feeling you get at a Four Seasons hotel or resort,” said Tillberg Design partner and chief executive Fredrik Johannson.

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The guest cabins are truly amazing, with the simplest of them offering no less than 50% more living space per guest than any other luxury vessel at sea. The presence of floor-to-ceiling windows makes the room spacious and offers panoramic views, as well as luxurious bathrooms with double vanities, spacious showers and toilets. But it doesn't end there; guest cabins have large private terraces.

Raising the bar on luxury is the incredible Funnel Suite, a four-story funnel-shaped floating mansion with a glass shell. It occupies a huge area of 892 square meters, offering breathtaking 280-degree views thanks to panoramic windows.

The Four Seasons has set an unprecedented level of luxury with two to three bedrooms, separate living rooms, indoor and outdoor dining areas, plunge pools, outdoor showers, fire pits. And if all that isn't enough, they can be connected to additional suites.

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Last but not least, the 739-square-meter Loft Suite can accommodate large groups of up to 20 people, connecting to seven additional suites—the largest number of interconnecting suites available.

The 14-deck luxury Four Seasons vessel will have a total of 95 guest staterooms and offer a host of amenities such as a saltwater pool, a yacht deck built for sailing and watersports, fine dining, and more.

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Four Seasons yacht voyages are not yet open to general bookings, but interested travelers can join the waitlist in hopes of securing any of these impressive suites on the 2026 itineraries.

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