Ritz-Carlton’s new luxury cruise ship will sail in 2024 starting at $6,800 per person — see inside the 456-guest ‘yacht’

An overhead view of Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection’s upcoming Ilma cruise vessel.

The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection opened bookings for its second upcoming cruise vessel, the Ilma.
The 456-guest ship will enter service in September 2024 starting at $6,800 per person.
The cruise line’s first ship has been “booking quite well,” the company told Insider in 2022.

Ritz-Carlton has opened reservations for its newest cruise vessel following the success of its first floating hotel.The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection’s upcoming Ilma will have a marina and an adjacent terrace.

But if you’re looking to travel on the upcoming Ilma, you’ll have to be patient.The Ilma will have a second pool above the marina.

The cruise ship — which the brand affectionately calls a “superyacht” — won’t enter service until 2024.The Ilma’s pool deck will have plenty of lounge chairs for days at sea.

The Ilma will embark on its first six Mediterranean sailings in September 2024 starting at $6,800 per person.All of the accommodations aboard the upcoming vessel will have balconies.

These itineraries will range from 7 to 13 nights, bringing travelers to destinations like Spain’s Balearic Islands with overnight stays in locations like Alexandria, Egypt.The marina will give guests direct access to the water.

All six of these cruises will have at least one sailing day with no port of call.The pool deck will have a bar, of course.

To some, this could be the most boring day of the vacation. But at least travelers will get to spend it in a 790-foot-long floating Ritz-Carlton.The floating RItz-Carlton resort will have plenty of lounge chairs surrounding the pool.

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Source:: Businessinsider

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