Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection, the new cruising arm of the Ritz-Carlton hotel group, has revealed pictures of some of the staterooms that can be found aboard its first superyacht cruise ship Evrima.
Evrima is due for delivery in August and has been described by the luxury hotel chain as fusing the spacious, residential feel of The Ritz-Carlton properties with the innovative design quality of the world’s most stylish yacht interiors.
Evrima will accommodate just 298 guests and provide a range of public spaces, such as an Observation Lounge, Marina & Marina Terrace, Living Room, Spa, Pool, Gym, and even a Humidor and Boutique shop.
The staterooms available aboard the ship look modern and understated, much like the Ritz-Carlton design aesthetic, with a warm, inviting atmosphere.
“Boasting a residential feel, the suites’ design inspiration includes the sleek and contemporary look of The Ritz-Carlton Residences in Sunny Isles, Miami Beach and Los Angeles, and offers a spacious setting, innovative marine qualities and some of the most design-forward yacht interiors in the world,” the company said in a statement.
The 190-meter (624 foot) yacht features 149 suites and will offer a range of programming including spa treatments, watersports from the yacht’s marina and Evrima’s signature restaurant, S.E.A., designed by chef Sven Elverfeld of Aqua, the three Michelin-starred restaurant at The Ritz-Carlton, Wolfsburg in Germany.
Evrima is currently under construction at the Astander Shipyard in Spain, where final fit out and finish is being wrapped up ahead of her scheduled August deployment.
Two more larger ships were ordered recently from Chantiers de l’Atlantique in France. They are set to debut in 2024 and 2025 and will carry significantly more guests within a much larger design footprint.
Evrima was meant to be delivered earlier this year, but her maiden voyage was delayed until August 6th, 2022.
Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection cited ongoing supply chain and labor challenges created by COVID-19 as the reason for the delay.
The company said the pandemic was having an ongoing effect on construction operations, requiring the inaugural voyage of Evrima to be rescheduled.
When she does enter service, Evrima will cruise to a variety of destinations depending on the season, including the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, Central America and South America.