Luxury yacht cruise will cost at least £5,000 per week

Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection: A look at The Owner's Suite

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The luxury Ritz-Carlton hotel chain has launched a brand new superyacht. The incredibly luxurious yacht will give passengers the lifestyle of a billionaire.

Evrima has its own restaurant which is staffed by a three Michelin starred chef and has four pools.

The exclusive yacht also has a champagne bar, a cigar room, a nightclub and offers non-surgical facelifts.

Evrima set off on its maiden voyage on October 15 after its launch was delayed by three years due to the pandemic.

The company has said almost all the cabins are sold out for its winter schedule of trips to the Mediterranean and the Caribbean.

Evrima is the first of three luxury yachts ordered by the company as it looks to offer customers a billionaire lifestyle.

Tickets for the first cruise which journeyed to Palma, Saint Tropez and Antibes started at £5,020.

Although some of the lucky passengers will stay in standard cabins, others will be enjoying the high life in an exclusive suite.

The Owner’s Suits boasts its own spacious terrace with a private whirlpool and a huge living area.

Guests will also have access to a personal concierge described as their “single onboard touch point to ensure a flawless, seamless journey from beginning to end”.

Some passengers will stay in a two storey suite with a private terrace and a master bathroom with a tub.

Hervé Humler, Ritz-Carlton’s president and chief operating officer, said the yacht was designed to stand out in “some of the most glamorous ports around the world”.

He added: “This unique combination of yachting and cruising will usher in a new way of luxury travel for guests seeking to discover the world in a relaxed, casually elegant and comfortable atmosphere with the highest level of personalised service.”

Guests will also be able to choose from seven different bars and restaurants onboard Evrima.

The S.E.A restaurant will serve a five course tasting menu which is expected to cost at least £250.

After dinner, guests can enjoy Evrima’s entertainment programme which includes jazz and classical music.

Kids are allowed on the yacht and they can attend Evrima’s specialist kids club and will be served children’s food.

The yacht also has an infinity pool and a beauty lounge which will offer guests non-surgical facelifts.

The company is set to launch two more identical yachts soon as customers seek to enjoy the superyacht lifestyle.

David Beckham and Leonardo Dicaprio are known to enjoy holidays on superyachts and sometimes invite other celebrities to join.

Many of the yachts cost hundreds of millions to build and can sometimes be privately charted for a hefty fee.

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