Four Seasons Yachts reveals new luxury cruise itineraries for 2026

Four Seasons Yachts reveals new luxury cruise itineraries for 2026

Passengers can choose between 13 new summer and fall voyages for 2026

Four Seasons together with Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings, joint owner/operator of the yachting arm of the business, has unveiled 13 new summer and fall voyages for 2026.

The company's first vessel, Four Seasons I, has 95 suites, 11 restaurants and lounges, a saltwater pool, a spa and a transverse marina. The vessel is being constructed by venerated Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri in Ancona, Italy with inaugural voyages setting sail in 2026.  

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

Monte Carlo, Monaco

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 multiple days on the Côte d'Azur. 

Additional five-, seven- and nine-night voyages include legendary ports of call such as Saint-Tropez, Cannes, Monte Carlo, Capri, Positano, Taormina, Palma de Mallorca and Valencia. 

Positano, Italy

Lesser-known ports have also been added to the itineraries, including Italy’s Portovenere, Spain’s Ciutadella de Menorca and Malta’s Gozo, and France’s Fréjus and Mandelieu-la-Napoule.  

Another new itinerary for 2026 invites travellers on an 11-night Atlantic crossing that begins in the Canary Islands and disembarks in Barbados.

Earlier in 2024, Four Seasons Yachts unveiled its first 10 voyages, including three Caribbean journeys, an Atlantic crossing from Barbados to Spain, two 'Grand Mediterranean' tours, and four itineraries through the Aegean, Ionian and Adriatic Seas.

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“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,” said Nils Lindstad, Vice President of Business Development and Sales Excellence for Four Seasons Yachts. 

Alejandro Reynal, President and CEO, Four Seasons added: "It has been wonderful to see the excitement build as we unveil new details about our inaugural journeys. 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.”

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