The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection Set sail on a journey of discovery with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection. Designed to combine the luxury lifestyle of The Ritz-Carlton® and the casual freedom of a yachting vacation. The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will offer bespoke voyages on three custom-built yachts. The first yacht is called Evrima and makes its first voyage in April 2021. Each yacht will feature 149 suites, each with its own private terrace, and accommodate up to 298 guests in a relaxed, casually elegant atmosphere. As with The Ritz-Carlton® on land, each yacht will feature personalized service, elevated dining and luxury amenities. With The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection you will explore charming harbours, exclusive beaches, outdoor adventures and inspired destination-based itineraries crafted from the localized perspective of the experts. Discover new worlds, cultures, tastes — the serene quietude of an underwater ecosystem, or the transcendent flavours of an unexplored cuisine. Along the way, discover another side of yourself. As with The Ritz-Carlton on land, cruises feature: • Thoughtfully designed, modern interiors such as the Panorama Lounge • Destination-based activities with local chefs, artists and musicians • Luxury amenities including The Ritz-Carlton Spa • Elevated dining including a restaurant from Sven Elverfeld of Aqua, the three Michelin-starred restaurant at The Ritz-Carlton, Wolfsburg

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Luxury Yachting
Ritz-Carlton Evrima
22.09.2021
29.09.2021
7
North America, Exclusive yachting – Halifax, Nova Scotia to Boston, Massachusetts
Fare from € 5.711
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Travelroute
Day 1

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

A major economic center of Atlantic Canada, Halifax is also all about culture and scenery. And history. And shopping. And food. Active travelers will enjoy a hike along nearby Peggy's Cove to see the iconic lighthouse, or a Segway tour through Halifax proper, or even a kayak through the harbor. With miles of coastline, Halifax has some of the best views in Nova Scotia, and the national historic site of Halifax Citadel is one of the best places to take in these scenic vistas. Also meriting a visit are the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, which displays relics of the Titanic collected after the ship sank off these shores. The charming waterfront area of the city is filled with boutiques, cafés and restaurants and hosts an array of festivals throughout the year.

Day 2

Sailing Time

With a day at sea, enjoy the unique opportunity to unplug and relax into the unhurried life on board. Enjoy a workout with a view at the gym, indulge in a relaxing spa treatment, watch the sky transform at sunset from The Observation Lounge, or find an intimate alcove in The Living Room and lose yourself in a favorite book.

Day 3

St. John, New Brunswick, Canada

Take a stroll through Saint John and you’ll find beautifully-preserved 19th century buildings, traditional restaurants, and charming boutiques and galleries. In the City Market, the historic heart of the city, a colorful market offers everything from fresh produce and seafood to locally-made goods and souvenirs, as well as a wonderful place to chat with the locals. Visit the charming fishing village of St. Martins or take a breathtaking walk above the highest tides on Earth at Skywalk Saint John for a stunning view of the Reversing Falls Rapids, where twice daily, the mighty Bay of Fundy tides push on the Saint John River, forcing it to reverse its flow so that it flows backwards. The natural wonders continue at Stonehammer Geopark, which is the perfect place to paddle down Ice Age rivers or zipline over erratic rocks.

Day 4

Bar Harbor, Maine, USA

Once called Man-es-ayd'ik, or “clam-gathering place,” by the Wabanaki people, Bar Harbor is relaxed and fun but still retains an air of elegance from its history as an enclave for elites including the Morgans, Vanderbilts and Astors. It was the Rockefellers who convinced big landowners to donate the land to create Acadia National Park – over 50 square miles of mountains, lakes, hiking, biking, scenic vistas and dramatic coastline. The restaurants and boutiques of Main Street and the neighboring villages on Mount Desert Island offer the simple to the spectacular. Museums are generally small and focused, presenting the history of the island's Gilded Age, its Native American heritage and the Gulf of Maine's unique ecosystems. Galleries feature contemporary artists, Maine artists and historic works. A must-do is the Shore Path. Extending two miles from the town pier, it offers the best sights, sounds and smells of the shore of Frenchman Bay.

Day 5

Bar Harbor, Maine, USA

Day 6

Portland, Maine, USA

Established in 1633 as a fishing village, Portland grew to become not only the largest tonnage seaport in New England but also a charming destination of cobblestone streets, delectable seafood and history galore. The Old Port district is the center of it all with its restored brick warehouses bustling with shops, galleries, cafés, bars, and restaurants serving the freshest possible lobster. The Portland Museum of Art showcases works by Homer, Picasso, Matisse, Monet and more, while the views of the city from Portland Observatory are a work of art in their own right. Another classic vignette can be viewed at Portland Head Light, Maine’s oldest lighthouse. Take a walk on the Western Promenade, a public park atop a bluff, for majestic river and mountain vistas. And don't miss the West End, full of Victorian-era homes including the Victoria Mansion museum.

Day 7

Salem, Massachusetts, USA

Few American cruise destinations have a past as engrained in popular culture as Salem. Settled by European fishermen in 1626 and named for the Hebrew word for peace – “shalom” – the seaport in 1692 was anything but peaceful. Multiple attractions harken back to the days of the witch trials, including the Witch House and the Trials Memorial. The Maritime National Historic Site comprises the Custom House, the enduring wharves and buildings along Derby Street and the Friendship of Salem, a replica of the East Indiaman tall ship launched in 1797. The Peabody Essex Museum is the nation's oldest continuously operating museum and has outstanding collections of art and maritime history. The birth home of Nathaniel Hawthorne and the adjacent House of the Seven Gables are also must-sees. Beyond its fascinating history, Salem has a walkable downtown filled with quaint shops, fine restaurants, live music and great nightlife.

Day 8

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Disembarkation.
Founded in 1630, Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States and arguably America's greatest walking city. Step along the cobblestones in any direction and you'll run into history. The Freedom Trail connects 16 significant sites, including the Paul Revere House, Boston Common and the USS Constitution. Once dubbed the “Athens of America,” this cultural capital is rich with museums, libraries, music venues and art galleries. The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum houses a world-renowned art collection, famously heisted in 1990. Numerous city tours and Boston Harbor cruises are offered, and the more adventurous might even kayak the Charles River or rent a sailboat. When it's time to grab a bite, seafood is always recommended, especially in the Seaport District. Specialties include fresh steamed lobster, oysters on the half shell, and thick, creamy clam chowder. Top that off with a cannoli from the North End.

Overview

Exclusive yachting – Halifax, Nova Scotia to Boston, Massachusetts

Welcome the beginning of autumn on North America’s eastern seaboard, where natural and manmade wonders await: UNESCO-worthy geoparks for climbing and paddling; bayside hiking paths for striding; lighthouses, blufftop parks and historical museums and neighborhoods for strolling.

Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection

A voyage with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection offers an unprecedented opportunity to be untethered. Here, freedom and flexibility allow immersion in life’s exceptional experiences; exploration of earth’s exquisite and unexpected hideaways; and stirring of passions and curiosities that create new and deepened connections.

All of this delivered in an intimate setting with a heightened level of care and attention. Enlivened and enlightened, marvel at the beauty of the world though fresh eyes. Live untethered, live fully.

Please note: more Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection voyages are available, not all of them are listed online. Please contact us for more details.

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Ship information

Ritz-Carlton Evrima

Vessel Type: Mega Yacht
Length: 190 meters
Passenger Capacity: 298

Crew Capacity: 246

Year Built: 2021

Set sail on a journey of discovery with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection. Designed to combine the luxury lifestyle of The Ritz-Carlton® and the casual freedom of a yachting vacation, The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will offer bespoke voyages on the first of three custom-built yachts in 2021.
Each yacht will feature 149 suites, each with its own private terrace, and accommodate up to 298 guests in a relaxed, casually elegant atmosphere. As with The Ritz-Carlton® on land, each yacht will feature personalized service, elevated dining and luxury amenities. Exclusive yachting experience!

Some of the highlights aboard the Ritz-Carlton Evrima:

All-suite oceanview accommodations, each with private terrace • Dedicated Personal Assistant attending each suite • Onboard gratuities • Multiple dining venues; main dining room, Asian fusion restaurant, seafood grill, poolside grill and Aqua restaurant –developed by three-star Michelin chef Sven Elverfeld, Bon Appétit! • 24-hour in-suite dining • Beverages in-suite and throughout the yacht • Onboard entertainment and enrichment • Wi-Fi • Marina-style platform with access to watersports • Spa • Panorama Lounge and wine bar

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Booking
Luxury Yachting
Ritz-Carlton Evrima
29.09.2021
10.10.2021
11
North America, Exclusive yachting – Boston, Massachusetts to Montréal, Québec
Fare from € 8.643
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Travelroute
Day 1

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Founded in 1630, Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States and arguably America's greatest walking city. Step along the cobblestones in any direction and you'll run into history. The Freedom Trail connects 16 significant sites, including the Paul Revere House, Boston Common and the USS Constitution. Once dubbed the “Athens of America,” this cultural capital is rich with museums, libraries, music venues and art galleries. The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum houses a world-renowned art collection, famously heisted in 1990. Numerous city tours and Boston Harbor cruises are offered, and the more adventurous might even kayak the Charles River or rent a sailboat. When it's time to grab a bite, seafood is always recommended, especially in the Seaport District. Specialties include fresh steamed lobster, oysters on the half shell, and thick, creamy clam chowder. Top that off with a cannoli from the North End.

Day 2

Bar Harbor, Maine, USA

Once called Man-es-ayd'ik, or “clam-gathering place,” by the Wabanaki people, Bar Harbor is relaxed and fun but still retains an air of elegance from its history as an enclave for elites including the Morgans, Vanderbilts and Astors. It was the Rockefellers who convinced big landowners to donate the land to create Acadia National Park – over 50 square miles of mountains, lakes, hiking, biking, scenic vistas and dramatic coastline. The restaurants and boutiques of Main Street and the neighboring villages on Mount Desert Island offer the simple to the spectacular. Museums are generally small and focused, presenting the history of the island's Gilded Age, its Native American heritage and the Gulf of Maine's unique ecosystems. Galleries feature contemporary artists, Maine artists and historic works. A must-do is the Shore Path. Extending two miles from the town pier, it offers the best sights, sounds and smells of the shore of Frenchman Bay.

Day 3

Bar Harbor, Maine, USA

Day 4

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

A major economic center of Atlantic Canada, Halifax is also all about culture and scenery. And history. And shopping. And food. Active travelers will enjoy a hike along nearby Peggy's Cove to see the iconic lighthouse, or a Segway tour through Halifax proper, or even a kayak through the harbor. With miles of coastline, Halifax has some of the best views in Nova Scotia, and the national historic site of Halifax Citadel is one of the best places to take in these scenic vistas. Also meriting a visit are the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, which displays relics of the Titanic collected after the ship sank off these shores. The charming waterfront area of the city is filled with boutiques, cafés and restaurants and hosts an array of festivals throughout the year.

Day 5

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Day 6

Sailing the Canso Canal to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada

The Strait of Canso has long served as a maritime shortcut between the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the Atlantic Ocean. In 1955, the Canso Canal opened as part of the engineering works for the new Canso Causeway that had finally established a permanent link for Cape Breton Island with mainland Nova Scotia. With the road-and-rail causeway blocking the strait, tidal locks allow the yacht to navigate the powerful currents into the 250-meter-long waterway. At the canal’s southern end, a long swing bridge opens up to allow maritime traffic through. The name Canso comes from the Mi’kmaq word “kamsok,” which translates as “beyond the cliffs” – referring to the bluffs that rise above the strait. You’ll cruise between the forested shores, passing historic towns and small communities tucked into the coastline, the evocatively named Pirate Harbour among them.

Day 7

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada

A vibrant seaside capital city, Charlottetown takes pride in its past while carrying forward the tradition of hospitality that Prince Edward Island province is noted for. The centrally planned downtown is lined with Victorian-era houses and buildings, and the spires of St. Dunstan's Basilica tower above the skyline. Picturesque Queen Street and Victoria Row are home to historic shops as well as the Confederation Centre of the Arts, a showcase of the best in Canadian visual and performing arts. Museums of interest include Beaconsfield Historic House – one of the first residences in the city – and the Anne of Green Gables Museum. Charlottetown is the birthplace not only of the classic book’s author, Lucy Maud Montgomery, but also of the Confederation of Canada. It was here that delegates first convened in 1864 to discuss the unification of the British North American colonies.

Day 8

Sailing Time

With a day at sea, enjoy the unique opportunity to unplug and relax into the unhurried life on board. Enjoy a workout with a view at the gym, indulge in a relaxing spa treatment, watch the sky transform at sunset from The Observation Lounge, or find an intimate alcove in The Living Room and lose yourself in a favorite book.

Day 9

Saguenay, Québec, Canada

Mother Nature – on a massive, mindboggling scale – takes center stage in the Saguenay region. This is where wild rocky cliffs overlook the deep blue waters of one of the planet’s longest and loveliest fjords. It’s also where the fresh water of the River Saguenay blends with the saltwater of the Saint Lawrence River – a quirky trick of nature that attracts whales to the krill-filled waters. Enjoy a cycling adventure through Saguenay Fjord National Park or visit the beluga whales that choose to make Saguenay-Saint Lawrence Marine Park their year-round home. You can also spot blue whales and humpbacks between May and October. Back in the city of Saguenay, learn more about the region’s outstanding biodiversity at the Musée du Fjord or check out the local microbrewery scene.

Day 10

Québec City, Québec, Canada

Founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain, known as the “Father of New France,” the grand provincial capital of Québec is one of the oldest European settlements in North America and blends past and present beautifully. The only walled city in the Americas north of Mexico, Old Québec is a UNESCO World Heritage treasure offering 400 years of history and evolution, and its aged cobblestones also feature the best of today's shopping, food and entertainment. One requisite stop is high tea at Château Frontenac, an iconic North American hotel that commands the skyline from atop the promontory Cap Diamant. The changing of the guard at the Citadel, a residence of the Canadian monarch, also attracts a crowd. For green space and relaxation, Québec has one of the world’s largest urban parks, the Plains of Abraham, as well as the breathtaking waterfall of Chute Montmorency just north of the city.

Day 11

Québec City, Québec, Canada

Day 12

Montréal, Québec, Canada

Disembarkation.
The second largest French-speaking city in the world after Paris, Montréal is a nexus of commerce and culture. With a collection of more than 40,000 works, Montréal Museum of Fine Arts is among the most prominent in Canada, as is the historical collection at the McCord Museum. More superlatives are found at Montréal Casino, the largest in Canada, and Notre-Dame Basilica, one of the oldest examples of Gothic Revival architecture in the country. The cathedral is renowned for its imposing façade and opulent interior. The redeveloped Old Port offers access to eateries, boutiques, cycling, Segways and the Montréal Science Center, while a jaunt along the cobblestone streets of Old Montréal reveals historic architecture, galleries and high-end restaurants. A 60-meter rise on the Montréal Observation Wheel provides a view of the old town, downtown and the mountains, or the funicular to Montréal Tower atop Olympic Stadium offers an equally spectacular panorama.

Overview

Exclusive yachting – Boston, Massachusetts to Montréal, Québec

Immerse yourself in the autumn-leafed splendor of New England and Eastern Canada — capital cities still home to rustic fishing harbors and historic citadels. Explore the region’s waterways and fjords before continuing up the St. Lawrence River to Québec’s star cities.

Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection

A voyage with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection offers an unprecedented opportunity to be untethered. Here, freedom and flexibility allow immersion in life’s exceptional experiences; exploration of earth’s exquisite and unexpected hideaways; and stirring of passions and curiosities that create new and deepened connections.

All of this delivered in an intimate setting with a heightened level of care and attention. Enlivened and enlightened, marvel at the beauty of the world though fresh eyes. Live untethered, live fully.

Please note: more Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection voyages are available, not all of them are listed online. Please contact us for more details.

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Ship information

Ritz-Carlton Evrima

Vessel Type: Mega Yacht
Length: 190 meters
Passenger Capacity: 298

Crew Capacity: 246

Year Built: 2021

Set sail on a journey of discovery with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection. Designed to combine the luxury lifestyle of The Ritz-Carlton® and the casual freedom of a yachting vacation, The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will offer bespoke voyages on the first of three custom-built yachts in 2021.
Each yacht will feature 149 suites, each with its own private terrace, and accommodate up to 298 guests in a relaxed, casually elegant atmosphere. As with The Ritz-Carlton® on land, each yacht will feature personalized service, elevated dining and luxury amenities. Exclusive yachting experience!

Some of the highlights aboard the Ritz-Carlton Evrima:

All-suite oceanview accommodations, each with private terrace • Dedicated Personal Assistant attending each suite • Onboard gratuities • Multiple dining venues; main dining room, Asian fusion restaurant, seafood grill, poolside grill and Aqua restaurant –developed by three-star Michelin chef Sven Elverfeld, Bon Appétit! • 24-hour in-suite dining • Beverages in-suite and throughout the yacht • Onboard entertainment and enrichment • Wi-Fi • Marina-style platform with access to watersports • Spa • Panorama Lounge and wine bar

Contact
Booking
Luxury Yachting
Ritz-Carlton Evrima
10.10.2021
22.10.2021
12
North America, Exclusive yachting – Montréal, Québec to Halifax, Nova Scotia
Fare from € 9.174
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Travelroute
Day 1

Montréal, Québec, Canada

The second largest French-speaking city in the world after Paris, Montréal is a nexus of commerce and culture. With a collection of more than 40,000 works, Montréal Museum of Fine Arts is among the most prominent in Canada, as is the historical collection at the McCord Museum. More superlatives are found at Montréal Casino, the largest in Canada, and Notre-Dame Basilica, one of the oldest examples of Gothic Revival architecture in the country. The cathedral is renowned for its imposing façade and opulent interior. The redeveloped Old Port offers access to eateries, boutiques, cycling, Segways and the Montréal Science Center, while a jaunt along the cobblestone streets of Old Montréal reveals historic architecture, galleries and high-end restaurants. A 60-meter rise on the Montréal Observation Wheel provides a view of the old town, downtown and the mountains, or the funicular to Montréal Tower atop Olympic Stadium offers an equally spectacular panorama.

Day 2

Montréal, Québec, Canada

Day 3

Québec City, Québec, Canada

Founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain, known as the “Father of New France,” the grand provincial capital of Québec is one of the oldest European settlements in North America and blends past and present beautifully. The only walled city in the Americas north of Mexico, Old Québec is a UNESCO World Heritage treasure offering 400 years of history and evolution, and its aged cobblestones also feature the best of today's shopping, food and entertainment. One requisite stop is high tea at Château Frontenac, an iconic North American hotel that commands the skyline from atop the promontory Cap Diamant. The changing of the guard at the Citadel, a residence of the Canadian monarch, also attracts a crowd. For green space and relaxation, Québec has one of the world’s largest urban parks, the Plains of Abraham, as well as the breathtaking waterfall of Chute Montmorency just north of the city.

Day 4

Québec City, Québec, Canada

Day 5

Tadoussac, Québec, Canada

Founded in 1600 when the first European fur-trading post was established in North America, Tadoussac lies at the confluence of the Saguenay and St. Lawrence rivers, where cold fresh water and warmer salt water mix to create rich marine life. An abundance of krill makes the area very attractive to whales, and boat excursions to view the massive mammals are one of the town’s biggest attractions. Still surrounded by relative wilderness, Tadoussac Bay is stunning. Sea kayaking in the Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park or hiking the trails of the adjoining Saguenay Fjords National Park are both great ways to absorb the scenery. Sights of interest in town include the trading post of Pierre de Chauvin and the historic chapel. The bohemian village is filled with funky eateries and shops and historic French-Canadian architecture, and the locals always have time for a chat.

Day 6

Sept-Îles, Québec, Canada

Sitting between the mighty St. Lawrence and a vast expanse of boreal forest, Sept-Iles is a working port and the gateway to Quebec’s wild Côte-Nord. This remote region is a paradise for outdoor adventurers. Go whale-watching, kayaking or boating on the river, or spend your time hiking, lake swimming and salmon fishing at a backcountry nature reserve. Sept-Iles is also the largest town and cultural hub of the North Shore. You can explore indigenous Innu culture at the Musée Shaputuan or at the Old Fur Trading Post, or head one of the bayside restaurants for some savory seafood dishes like the local favorite, guédille au crabe (fresh crab salad on a grilled bun).

Day 7

Havre-Saint-Pierre, Québec, Canada

Bracing and beautiful, this tiny fishing town on the Gulf of Saint Lawrence’s rugged coastline was settled by the Acadians in 1857 – which accounts for the lovely lyrical lilt of the local accent. Surrounded by striking national parks and dotted with Innu villages, this region celebrates the culture of Canada’s aboriginal people and offers endless opportunities for outdoor adventure. Discover the legacy of the Innus, among the first peoples to have lived on the land and how their traditional pharmacy thrives to this day. Explore the haunting beauty of the Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve. Carved over thousands of years by the wind and waves, the park’s surreal landscape of limestone islands and granitic islets looks like it has been sculpted by the greatest artisans. Back in Havre-Saint-Pierre, admire the views of the port as you dream of snow crab, scallops, lobster and salmon for dinner.

Day 8

Sailing Time

With a day at sea, enjoy the unique opportunity to unplug and relax into the unhurried life on board. Enjoy a workout with a view at the gym, indulge in a relaxing spa treatment, watch the sky transform at sunset from The Observation Lounge, or find an intimate alcove in The Living Room and lose yourself in a favorite book.

Day 9

Saint-Pierre, Saint-Pierre and Miqueon

Mere miles off Newfoundland lies a tiny French archipelago, the legacy of the once-vast North American empire. Breton, Norman and Basque fishermen settled on a great natural harbor, and their descendants still live here today. The narrow, winding streets of Saint-Pierre are a delight of boulangeries, lively bars, wine shops, restaurants serving classic Gallic and locally-sourced fare, and boutiques that close at noon for a leisurely lunch. Discover local history, including the bootlegging heyday, at the Heritage Museum and the Arche Museum and Archives. A short ferry ride brings you to peaceful l’Île aux Marins, a former fishing community with walking trails and another museum. Even more tranquil and scenic are the sparsely populated islands of Miquelon and Langlade, linked by the Dune, a 7.5-mile-long sandy isthmus.

Day 10

Îles de la Madeleine, Québec, Canada

“Islands brushed by waves” is the wonderfully poetic name the Micmac Indians gave this small archipelago in the center of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. But it fails to capture the striking palette of the seascapes: white sandy beaches, pale dunes, ochre-red sea cliffs and deep blue sea. Most Madelinots live on the six largest islands linked by Route 199, which stretches 53 miles over rolling green hills dotted with cheerfully painted houses. At the southernmost end, historic La Grave is a hub of cafes, restaurants, shops, galleries, small museums and an aquarium. The islands’ culture is proudly Acadian, found in the islanders’ distinctive lilt, their music, maritime and artisan traditions, and cuisine. Try local cheese, smoked fish, craft beer, and flavorful seafood like the celebrated local lobster.

Day 11

Îles de la Madeleine, Québec, Canada

Day 12

Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, Canada

A historic treasure, Louisbourg is home to the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site, which offers a glimpse into what life was once like in this bustling town fortified by the French in the 18th century. This is also one of the busiest fishing villages in the Maritimes, and a meal of fresh chowder and lobster would be perfectly complemented by a sip of Fortress Rum, matured in oak barrels within the fortress. Hikers along the seaside may spy native puffin or moose, and a jaunt along the biking trails reveals even more of verdant Cape Breton Island. Other adventures include Louisbourg Lighthouse and the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site. The Highland Village Museum illuminates the region’s Gaelic heritage, while a celebration of indigenous Mi'kmaq culture is found at the village of Eskasoni, nestled along the scenic shores of Bras d’Or Lake.

Day 13

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Disembarkation.
A major economic center of Atlantic Canada, Halifax is also all about culture and scenery. And history. And shopping. And food. Active travelers will enjoy a hike along nearby Peggy's Cove to see the iconic lighthouse, or a Segway tour through Halifax proper, or even a kayak through the harbor. With miles of coastline, Halifax has some of the best views in Nova Scotia, and the national historic site of Halifax Citadel is one of the best places to take in these scenic vistas. Also meriting a visit are the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, which displays relics of the Titanic collected after the ship sank off these shores. The charming waterfront area of the city is filled with boutiques, cafés and restaurants and hosts an array of festivals throughout the year.

Overview

Exclusive yachting – Montréal, Québec to Halifax, Nova Scotia

Opportunities for adventure await on a voyage through some of Canada’s most stunning waterways. Opt for whale-watching at the mouth of the Saguenay Fjord, discovering Innu culture on the Côte-Nord or admiring the mammoth erosional monoliths along the Mingan Archipelago.

Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection

A voyage with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection offers an unprecedented opportunity to be untethered. Here, freedom and flexibility allow immersion in life’s exceptional experiences; exploration of earth’s exquisite and unexpected hideaways; and stirring of passions and curiosities that create new and deepened connections.

All of this delivered in an intimate setting with a heightened level of care and attention. Enlivened and enlightened, marvel at the beauty of the world though fresh eyes. Live untethered, live fully.

Please note: more Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection voyages are available, not all of them are listed online. Please contact us for more details.

<close>

Ship information

Ritz-Carlton Evrima

Vessel Type: Mega Yacht
Length: 190 meters
Passenger Capacity: 298

Crew Capacity: 246

Year Built: 2021

Set sail on a journey of discovery with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection. Designed to combine the luxury lifestyle of The Ritz-Carlton® and the casual freedom of a yachting vacation, The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will offer bespoke voyages on the first of three custom-built yachts in 2021.
Each yacht will feature 149 suites, each with its own private terrace, and accommodate up to 298 guests in a relaxed, casually elegant atmosphere. As with The Ritz-Carlton® on land, each yacht will feature personalized service, elevated dining and luxury amenities. Exclusive yachting experience!

Some of the highlights aboard the Ritz-Carlton Evrima:

All-suite oceanview accommodations, each with private terrace • Dedicated Personal Assistant attending each suite • Onboard gratuities • Multiple dining venues; main dining room, Asian fusion restaurant, seafood grill, poolside grill and Aqua restaurant –developed by three-star Michelin chef Sven Elverfeld, Bon Appétit! • 24-hour in-suite dining • Beverages in-suite and throughout the yacht • Onboard entertainment and enrichment • Wi-Fi • Marina-style platform with access to watersports • Spa • Panorama Lounge and wine bar

Contact
Booking
Luxury Yachting
Ritz-Carlton Evrima
22.10.2021
03.11.2021
12
North America, Exclusive yachting – Halifax, Nova Scotia to Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Fare from € 8.073
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Travelroute
Day 1

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

A major economic center of Atlantic Canada, Halifax is also all about culture and scenery. And history. And shopping. And food. Active travelers will enjoy a hike along nearby Peggy's Cove to see the iconic lighthouse, or a Segway tour through Halifax proper, or even a kayak through the harbor. With miles of coastline, Halifax has some of the best views in Nova Scotia, and the national historic site of Halifax Citadel is one of the best places to take in these scenic vistas. Also meriting a visit are the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, which displays relics of the Titanic collected after the ship sank off these shores. The charming waterfront area of the city is filled with boutiques, cafés and restaurants and hosts an array of festivals throughout the year.

Day 2

Sailing Time

With a day at sea, enjoy the unique opportunity to unplug and relax into the unhurried life on board. Enjoy a workout with a view at the gym, indulge in a relaxing spa treatment, watch the sky transform at sunset from The Observation Lounge, or find an intimate alcove in The Living Room and lose yourself in a favorite book.

Day 3

Bar Harbor, Maine, USA

Once called Man-es-ayd'ik, or “clam-gathering place,” by the Wabanaki people, Bar Harbor is relaxed and fun but still retains an air of elegance from its history as an enclave for elites including the Morgans, Vanderbilts and Astors. It was the Rockefellers who convinced big landowners to donate the land to create Acadia National Park – over 50 square miles of mountains, lakes, hiking, biking, scenic vistas and dramatic coastline. The restaurants and boutiques of Main Street and the neighboring villages on Mount Desert Island offer the simple to the spectacular. Museums are generally small and focused, presenting the history of the island's Gilded Age, its Native American heritage and the Gulf of Maine's unique ecosystems. Galleries feature contemporary artists, Maine artists and historic works. A must-do is the Shore Path. Extending two miles from the town pier, it offers the best sights, sounds and smells of the shore of Frenchman Bay.

Day 4

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Founded in 1630, Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States and arguably America's greatest walking city. Step along the cobblestones in any direction and you'll run into history. The Freedom Trail connects 16 significant sites, including the Paul Revere House, Boston Common and the USS Constitution. Once dubbed the “Athens of America,” this cultural capital is rich with museums, libraries, music venues and art galleries. The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum houses a world-renowned art collection, famously heisted in 1990. Numerous city tours and Boston Harbor cruises are offered, and the more adventurous might even kayak the Charles River or rent a sailboat. When it's time to grab a bite, seafood is always recommended, especially in the Seaport District. Specialties include fresh steamed lobster, oysters on the half shell, and thick, creamy clam chowder. Top that off with a cannoli from the North End.

Day 5

Boston, Massachusetts, USA to Sailing the Cape Cod Canal

The demand for a link between Buzzards Bay in the south and Cape Cod Bay in the north goes back to George Washington, whose Continental Army was trapped by a British blockade during the Revolutionary War and had no waterway to retreat to. Completed in 1914, the landmark Cape Cod Canal is the world's widest sea-level canal. Its seven miles of glistening waterway is lined with lush scenery and is occasionally used by whales and dolphins, including endangered North Atlantic right whales. Sailing the canal reveals points of interest including Bourne Bridge, the vertical-lift Railroad Bridge, Gray Gables, Herring Run and Aptucxet Trading Post, the first trading post established by the Plymouth colonists. Before the linking of the two bays, commercial ships had to navigate around the Outer Cape, often encountering treacherous waters, dangerous shoals and sudden storms. This vital link made shipping faster and safer.

Day 6

New York City, New York, USA

Situated on one of the world's largest natural harbors, New York is a global power city with a nearly endless “to-do” list. Journey to the Statue of Liberty, experience the 9/11 Memorial & Museum and take in the lights and sounds of Times Square. Revel in a Broadway show and gaze up at the iconic Flatiron, Chrysler Building and Empire State Building. Visit the countless museums starting with The Metropolitan Museum of Art, among the world's largest and finest museums, the Guggenheim, or MoMA. Shop the designer brands of Fifth Avenue or the unique boutiques of SoHo. Bike the Brooklyn Bridge or take a stroll along The Highline or through Central Park. Culinary options range from thousands of fine restaurants to gourmet food trucks lining the streets. Opportunities abound for foodies, history buffs, theatergoers and explorers alike.

Day 7

New York City, New York, USA

Day 8

Sailing Time

Day 9

Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Life in the beautifully-preserved ‘Sailing Capital of the U.S.’ revolves around one thing: its rich maritime culture. Sitting at the heart of Chesapeake Bay – the largest estuary in the country – the charming state capital of Maryland is abuzz with seafaring glamour. From the countless boats that line its City Dock, to the U.S. Naval Academy students strolling through the cobblestoned streets in their starched white uniforms, maritime heritage is everywhere you look. Tour the Naval Academy, which has been training officers since 1845; explore funky boutiques and soak up some sun as you sip a coffee at City Dock; learn all about America's sailing legacy at the National Sailing Hall of Fame; or dine on the freshest Maryland blue crabs in a waterfront eatery.

Day 10

Sailing Time

Day 11

Charleston, South Carolina, USA

Lying below the steeple-rich skyline of Charleston is an architecture buff's dream. Founded in 1670, the port is now host to eight distinct building styles. It also claims the country’s first museum and the harbor where the first shots of the American Civil War were fired from Fort Sumter, accessible via a pleasant ferry ride. Antebellum history is revealed at Boone Hall Plantation, famous for its stunning avenue overarched with moss-draped live oak trees more than two centuries old. A saunter down King Street is also a must; the area regularly shuts off to traffic and becomes a pedestrian mall where locals walk pets, listen to live music and sip wine at sidewalk tables. The Upper King area adds a fresh spin with modern eateries, bars and shops north of the historic district. A new wave of restaurateurs has made Charleston a culinary capital, putting mouthwatering low-country cuisine on the world stage.

Day 12

Sailing Time

Day 13

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA

Disembarkation.
With an average temperature of 75 degrees and 3,000 hours of sunshine per year, Fort Lauderdale’s gorgeous beaches are just the beginning of the city’s attractions. Venturing into the water allows for scuba diving, deep-sea fishing or an airboat tour of the Everglades with a live gator show. Often called the “Venice of America” for its many canals and waterways, Fort Lauderdale is also a lovely place for a stroll. A trek along the Riverwalk reveals a tropical landscape lined with restaurants, art and entertainment and continues down Las Olas Boulevard for a posh shopping spree. Architectural highlights include the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Stranahan House and City Hall. Also check out FAT Village, downtown's creative enclave for art, crafts, music and fun. Restaurants showcase the wizardry of celebrity chefs as well as local talent. Settle in for the atmosphere and ambrosia in any number of Jamaican and Brazilian restaurants citywide.

Overview

Exclusive yachting – Halifax, Nova Scotia to Fort Lauderdale, Florida

The North American Atlantic coast is laden with relics of early U.S. history, as well as spectacular wildlife and scenery. Marvel at Massachusetts’ autumn leaves, the glint and glitter of New York’s skyscrapers, and the South’s antebellum charms.

Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection

A voyage with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection offers an unprecedented opportunity to be untethered. Here, freedom and flexibility allow immersion in life’s exceptional experiences; exploration of earth’s exquisite and unexpected hideaways; and stirring of passions and curiosities that create new and deepened connections.

All of this delivered in an intimate setting with a heightened level of care and attention. Enlivened and enlightened, marvel at the beauty of the world though fresh eyes. Live untethered, live fully.

Please note: more Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection voyages are available, not all of them are listed online. Please contact us for more details.

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Ritz-Carlton Evrima

Vessel Type: Mega Yacht
Length: 190 meters
Passenger Capacity: 298

Crew Capacity: 246

Year Built: 2021

Set sail on a journey of discovery with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection. Designed to combine the luxury lifestyle of The Ritz-Carlton® and the casual freedom of a yachting vacation, The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will offer bespoke voyages on the first of three custom-built yachts in 2021.
Each yacht will feature 149 suites, each with its own private terrace, and accommodate up to 298 guests in a relaxed, casually elegant atmosphere. As with The Ritz-Carlton® on land, each yacht will feature personalized service, elevated dining and luxury amenities. Exclusive yachting experience!

Some of the highlights aboard the Ritz-Carlton Evrima:

All-suite oceanview accommodations, each with private terrace • Dedicated Personal Assistant attending each suite • Onboard gratuities • Multiple dining venues; main dining room, Asian fusion restaurant, seafood grill, poolside grill and Aqua restaurant –developed by three-star Michelin chef Sven Elverfeld, Bon Appétit! • 24-hour in-suite dining • Beverages in-suite and throughout the yacht • Onboard entertainment and enrichment • Wi-Fi • Marina-style platform with access to watersports • Spa • Panorama Lounge and wine bar

Contact
Booking
Luxury Yachting
Ritz-Carlton Evrima
03.11.2021
10.11.2021
7
North America, Caribbean, Exclusive yachting – Fort Lauderdale, Florida to San Juan
Fare from € 4.618
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Travelroute
Day 1

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA

With an average temperature of 75 degrees and 3,000 hours of sunshine per year, Fort Lauderdale’s gorgeous beaches are just the beginning of the city’s attractions. Venturing into the water allows for scuba diving, deep-sea fishing or an airboat tour of the Everglades with a live gator show. Often called the “Venice of America” for its many canals and waterways, Fort Lauderdale is also a lovely place for a stroll. A trek along the Riverwalk reveals a tropical landscape lined with restaurants, art and entertainment and continues down Las Olas Boulevard for a posh shopping spree. Architectural highlights include the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Stranahan House and City Hall. Also check out FAT Village, downtown's creative enclave for art, crafts, music and fun. Restaurants showcase the wizardry of celebrity chefs as well as local talent. Settle in for the atmosphere and ambrosia in any number of Jamaican and Brazilian restaurants citywide.

Day 2

Sailing Time

With a day at sea, enjoy the unique opportunity to unplug and relax into the unhurried life on board. Enjoy a workout with a view at the gym, indulge in a relaxing spa treatment, watch the sky transform at sunset from The Observation Lounge, or find an intimate alcove in The Living Room and lose yourself in a favorite book.

Day 3

Sailing Time

Day 4

Samaná, Dominican Republic

The Samaná peninsula is the Dominican Republic’s natural treasure, a region of verdant mountains, waterfalls, a beautiful bay and miles of pristine beaches. The port town of Santa Bárbara de Samaná overlooks Samaná Bay, where the annual winter gathering of thousands of Atlantic humpback whales is the top attraction. At the bay’s western end, Los Haitises National Park preserves and protects a diverse collection of subtropical plants and birds amid the forests and mangroves. Samaná’s famous beaches are on the northern coast along the Atlantic. Las Terrenas, the most developed town, has a decidedly cosmopolitan air, thanks to the French and Italian expats drawn to the silky sands and crystalline waters of Playa Bonita and Playa El Portillo. Quiet Las Galeras, at the peninsula’s remote far end, is the closest village to idyllic Playa Rincón.

Day 5

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

The capital of the Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo is a big, energetic city with a vibrant urban culture. At its heart is the walled Zona Colonial, a compact district of cobblestone streets and graceful plazas lined with incredible heritage architecture, some dating to the early 1500s. Sights include the Catedral Primada de América, the ruins of the San Francisco monastery, and the original Spanish-built fortifications, as well as museums, shops and eateries. Galleries, designer boutiques, cool cafés and hot restaurants for modern Dominican cuisine have injected energy and new life into the increasingly revitalized historic district. Outside the Zona Colonial, the Plaza de la Cultura is home to the Museo de Arte Moderno and other major institutions. The National Botanical Garden and the caverned lagoons of Los Tres Ojos are natural retreats within the city. Dancers will love Santo Domingo’s legendary nightlife, which moves to the rhythms of merengue, son and bachata.

Day 6

La Romana (Marina), Dominican Republic

Surrounded by rugged terrain and lush vegetation, La Romana is home to crystalline waters, white sand beaches and impressive coral reef life. It's a gateway to charming villages such as Bayahibe, ecological trails and numerous golf resorts. In the town center is El Obelisco, painted with images of local Dominican life. Nearby Altos de Chavon is a replica 16th-century village and cultural center featuring artist studios, galleries, an archaeological museum and sweeping views of the Chavon River. Due south is Catalina Island, surrounded by stunning coral reefs and the sunken wreck of pirate William Kidd's ship Quedagh Merchant. To the southeast, Parque Nacional Del Este houses hundreds of species of flowers and birds and offers beach access to reef diving amongst manatees, dolphins and other sea creatures. Over 400 caves also make the park a spelunker's dream.

Day 7

Ponce, Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico's second largest city, Ponce is called many things. Founded in 1692, it was named after Ponce de Leon's great grandson and now holds the titles of “Pearl of the South,” “Cradle of Liberty,” “Museum City” and “Ciudad Señorial,” which peg it as elegant, noble, fascinating and stately. By any name, this tropical beauty offers much to boast about. Neoclassical colonial architecture abounds. Museo de Arte de Ponce, Castillo Serrallés and Museo Casa Armstrong are excellent museums. Filled with fountains and monuments, the main square of Plaza Las Delicias features majestic Ponce Cathedral and the striking, red and black Parque de Bombas, a historic fire station. Take a stroll and grab a drink or a bite on Paseo Tablado La Guancha, a seaside boardwalk with bars and eateries. You might also climb the 100-foot-tall observation tower, La Cruz del Vigía, for an amazing photo op or explore Hacienda Buena Vista, a former coffee plantation.

Day 8

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Disembarkation.
San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, is an intriguing blend of the old and the new. Founded in 1521, the city was a key port in the Spanish colonial empire, as evidenced by El Morro, the huge fortress that guards the harbor. Behind thick stone walls, Old San Juan retains its original character of blue cobblestone streets, elegant plazas and brightly colored heritage architecture. This lively center is the city’s – and island’s – cultural hub for museums, music, dining and more. The nearby Santurce district has emerged as the city’s hippest, with unique shops, cutting-edge restaurants and trendy nightlife. Just minutes from the heart of San Juan are the iconic beaches of the Condado and Isla Verde, whose stretches of palm-fringed sands are lapped by the azure waves of the Atlantic.

Overview

Exclusive yachting – Fort Lauderdale, Florida to San Juan

Palm-lined white-sand beaches, tropical landscapes and aquamarine waters beckon from almost every coastline, along with adventure: Explore Taino Indian caves outside laid-back Samaná, the shipwrecks and coral reefs outside La Romana, and the historic neighborhoods of Santo Domingo and Ponce.

Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection

A voyage with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection offers an unprecedented opportunity to be untethered. Here, freedom and flexibility allow immersion in life’s exceptional experiences; exploration of earth’s exquisite and unexpected hideaways; and stirring of passions and curiosities that create new and deepened connections.

All of this delivered in an intimate setting with a heightened level of care and attention. Enlivened and enlightened, marvel at the beauty of the world though fresh eyes. Live untethered, live fully.

Please note: more Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection voyages are available, not all of them are listed online. Please contact us for more details.

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Ship information

Ritz-Carlton Evrima

Vessel Type: Mega Yacht
Length: 190 meters
Passenger Capacity: 298

Crew Capacity: 246

Year Built: 2021

Set sail on a journey of discovery with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection. Designed to combine the luxury lifestyle of The Ritz-Carlton® and the casual freedom of a yachting vacation, The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will offer bespoke voyages on the first of three custom-built yachts in 2021.
Each yacht will feature 149 suites, each with its own private terrace, and accommodate up to 298 guests in a relaxed, casually elegant atmosphere. As with The Ritz-Carlton® on land, each yacht will feature personalized service, elevated dining and luxury amenities. Exclusive yachting experience!

Some of the highlights aboard the Ritz-Carlton Evrima:

All-suite oceanview accommodations, each with private terrace • Dedicated Personal Assistant attending each suite • Onboard gratuities • Multiple dining venues; main dining room, Asian fusion restaurant, seafood grill, poolside grill and Aqua restaurant –developed by three-star Michelin chef Sven Elverfeld, Bon Appétit! • 24-hour in-suite dining • Beverages in-suite and throughout the yacht • Onboard entertainment and enrichment • Wi-Fi • Marina-style platform with access to watersports • Spa • Panorama Lounge and wine bar

Contact
Booking
Luxury Yachting
Ritz-Carlton Evrima
10.11.2021
17.11.2021
7
Caribbean, Exclusive yachting – San Juan to Castries
Fare from € 4.508
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Travelroute
Day 1

San Juan, Puerto Rico

San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, is an intriguing blend of the old and the new. Founded in 1521, the city was a key port in the Spanish colonial empire, as evidenced by El Morro, the huge fortress that guards the harbor. Behind thick stone walls, Old San Juan retains its original character of blue cobblestone streets, elegant plazas and brightly colored heritage architecture. This lively center is the city’s – and island’s – cultural hub for museums, music, dining and more. The nearby Santurce district has emerged as the city’s hippest, with unique shops, cutting-edge restaurants and trendy nightlife. Just minutes from the heart of San Juan are the iconic beaches of the Condado and Isla Verde, whose stretches of palm-fringed sands are lapped by the azure waves of the Atlantic.

Day 2

Virgin Gorda, BVI

Dramatic geology, unspoiled landscapes, quiet coves and gorgeous beaches are all part of Virgin Gorda’s appeal. Along the western ridge of the plump middle is Gorda Peak National Park, whose trails deliver stunning panoramic views. At the island’s southernmost tip is its most famous landmark, the Baths. Here massive granite boulders form tidal pools, grottoes and arches, and separate the white sands of Devil’s Bay and Spring Bay beaches. Spanish Town and Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbour are laid-back centers of commercial and maritime activity. For a taste of local history, visit the clifftop ruins of a copper mine or Little Fort National Park, now a nature preserve. As the island stretches north, its roads end. The most exclusive resorts, restaurants and private homes are only reachable by boat, including the scenic, sheltered North Sound, popular for watersports.

Day 3

Philipsburg, St. Maarten

For nearly 400 years, the Netherlands and France have shared the island known as St. Maarten on the Dutch side and St. Martin on the French. Home to 37 beaches and an array of tropical experiences, the island’s dual cultural profile sets it apart from other Caribbean destinations. Philipsburg, the capital of the Dutch side, is a bustling port with a lively waterfront, colorful shopping district, casinos, and restaurants serving international fare. Water sports, like sailing, and rainforest explorations are all within easy reach of its docks. Less than 10 kilometers away is the French capital of Marigot, with its cafés, patisseries and low-key vibe. The restaurants and bistros of Grand Case, a village on the north coast, are celebrated for serving the best of French-Caribbean cuisine. Orient Beach, also on the French side, is an island favorite thanks to its long expanse of sand.

Day 4

Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis

The capital town of Basseterre is the bustling gateway to the beautiful beaches and lush rainforest of St. Kitts. The island was among the first in the Caribbean to be colonized by the French and English, a complex legacy found in and around Basseterre Circus at such sights as the Anglican and Catholic churches, the Berkeley Memorial, and National Museum. A drive along the coast leads to the landmark Brimstone Hill Fortress and National Park, an imposing military structure built from volcanic rock by African slaves. St. Kitts is home to a rare surviving railway, now a tourist train, whose route through small towns and abandoned plantations offers unique perspective of the picturesque landscapes. Thanks to efforts to reclaim the old cane fields, St. Kitts is increasingly verdant. Adventurous travelers can hike past waterfalls and up into the clouds on Mount Liamuiga, the dormant volcano that rises nearly 4,000 feet and whose lower slopes are home to an array of tropical plants, birds and other wildlife.

Day 5

Deshaies, Guadeloupe

Thanks to its sheltered bay, Deshaies is a popular pitstop for yachters from across the globe, which gives this pretty little fishing village a surprisingly chic, cosmopolitan air. The city is home to the wonderful Jardin Botanique, a tranquil showcase of tropical flora. It’s also just minutes from the soft sands of the Grande Anse and Plage de la Perle. The Caribbean coastline is dotted with glorious beaches, as well as world class diving and snorkeling spots, such as the renowned Cousteau Reserve. Colorful Creole architecture lines Deshaies’ main street of restaurants, bars and cafés, many of which offer lovely views over the harbor. The lively bars along the seafront are the place to be for sunset, so get there early to grab a front row seat.

Day 6

Deshaies, Guadeloupe to Terre-de-Haut, Les Saintes, Guadeloupe

Les Saintes are a volcanic archipelago of two islands and seven uninhabited islets surrounded by thriving coral reefs and clear seas. Small at just over two square miles, Terre-de-Haut is the most developed of the group, thanks to an anchorage-rich coastline of scenic bays, natural harbors, quiet beaches and charmingly picturesque villages. The ambience is decidedly low-key, and days are devoted to beachgoing, hiking, snorkeling and diving. The island, too hilly and arid for agriculture, boasts longstanding maritime traditions and a rich Norman-Breton heritage dating to the first French settlers. The main town of Bourg des Saintes is home to cafés, bistros, the historic church of Notre-Dame de l’Assomption and Fort Napoleon. Built on the ruins of Fort Louis, the 19th-century garrison was used as a prison and today houses a cultural history museum with a botanical garden and the best views of Les Saintes.

Day 7

Fort-de-France, Martinique

France’s “Isle of Flowers,” Martinique enticingly combines tropical beauty, distinctive Creole culture and Gallic sophistication. Its mountainous north is volcanic – where gray and black sands separate blue seas from the lush greens of the rainforest – and dominated by Mont Pelée. The towering volcano last exploded in 1902, prompting the move of the capital to the scenic port on Martinique’s deepest natural anchorage. Fort-de-France today is the island’s biggest city, home to elegant boutiques, a traditional covered market, cafés, patisseries, and restaurants serving fine island cuisine and classic French fare. Many key sights are close to the revitalized waterfront park of La Savane, the city cathedral and historic Fort Saint-Louis among them. Just outside the capital are Sacré-Coeur de Balata – a small-scale replica of the Parisian church – and an acclaimed botanical garden. On the far side of Fort-de-France bay, the Caribbean seascapes begin to change into the white sand beaches that distinguish Martinique’s southern half.

Day 8

Castries, St. Lucia

Disembarkation.
St. Lucia’s capital, Castries is a busy working port on the island’s northwest coast. City sights include the vibrant murals of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception and the lively Castries Market, a source for crafts as well as the fruits and produce that feature prominently in the island’s celebrated Creole cuisine. Just north of Castries, Pigeon Island National Park is home to two beautiful beaches and the ruins of the British-built Fort Rodney, whose hilltop lookout offers incredible views over the northern part of the island and the surrounding seas. Outside the capital lies St. Lucia’s striking natural beauty of volcanic mountains, luxuriant forests, waterfalls and hidden coves. A drive along a winding coastal road leads to the Pitons, the towering volcanic plugs that are St. Lucia’s most recognizable landmarks, and the original colonial capital of Soufrière, founded by the French.

Overview

Exclusive yachting – San Juan to Castries

Explore truly international waters here — the tidal pools and grottoes of the British Virgin Islands, the colorful beaches of St. Maarten and marvelous reefs and stretches of sand across the islands of Gallic Guadeloupe.

Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection

A voyage with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection offers an unprecedented opportunity to be untethered. Here, freedom and flexibility allow immersion in life’s exceptional experiences; exploration of earth’s exquisite and unexpected hideaways; and stirring of passions and curiosities that create new and deepened connections.

All of this delivered in an intimate setting with a heightened level of care and attention. Enlivened and enlightened, marvel at the beauty of the world though fresh eyes. Live untethered, live fully.

Please note: more Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection voyages are available, not all of them are listed online. Please contact us for more details.

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Ship information

Ritz-Carlton Evrima

Vessel Type: Mega Yacht
Length: 190 meters
Passenger Capacity: 298

Crew Capacity: 246

Year Built: 2021

Set sail on a journey of discovery with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection. Designed to combine the luxury lifestyle of The Ritz-Carlton® and the casual freedom of a yachting vacation, The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will offer bespoke voyages on the first of three custom-built yachts in 2021.
Each yacht will feature 149 suites, each with its own private terrace, and accommodate up to 298 guests in a relaxed, casually elegant atmosphere. As with The Ritz-Carlton® on land, each yacht will feature personalized service, elevated dining and luxury amenities. Exclusive yachting experience!

Some of the highlights aboard the Ritz-Carlton Evrima:

All-suite oceanview accommodations, each with private terrace • Dedicated Personal Assistant attending each suite • Onboard gratuities • Multiple dining venues; main dining room, Asian fusion restaurant, seafood grill, poolside grill and Aqua restaurant –developed by three-star Michelin chef Sven Elverfeld, Bon Appétit! • 24-hour in-suite dining • Beverages in-suite and throughout the yacht • Onboard entertainment and enrichment • Wi-Fi • Marina-style platform with access to watersports • Spa • Panorama Lounge and wine bar

Contact
Booking
Luxury Yachting
Ritz-Carlton Evrima
17.11.2021
24.11.2021
7
Caribbean, Exclusive yachting – Castries to Oranjestad
Fare from € 4.641
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Travelroute
Day 1

Castries, St. Lucia

St. Lucia’s capital, Castries is a busy working port on the island’s northwest coast. City sights include the vibrant murals of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception and the lively Castries Market, a source for crafts as well as the fruits and produce that feature prominently in the island’s celebrated Creole cuisine. Just north of Castries, Pigeon Island National Park is home to two beautiful beaches and the ruins of the British-built Fort Rodney, whose hilltop lookout offers incredible views over the northern part of the island and the surrounding seas. Outside the capital lies St. Lucia’s striking natural beauty of volcanic mountains, luxuriant forests, waterfalls and hidden coves. A drive along a winding coastal road leads to the Pitons, the towering volcanic plugs that are St. Lucia’s most recognizable landmarks, and the original colonial capital of Soufrière, founded by the French.

Day 2

Bequia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Bequia is known as the Grenadines’ “big” small island for its captivating combination of great natural beauty, classic Caribbean experiences and unhurried ambience, all in just seven square miles. The capital, Port Elizabeth, is a yachting town with a village feel, set on the scenic natural anchorage of Admiralty Bay. At the bay’s western end, Princess Margaret Beach is one of the island’s many stunning stretches of sand. Turquoise waters and colorful reefs ring Bequia, offering great snorkeling and diving. A hike in the forested, hilly interior is rewarded with views of St. Vincent and other nearby islands like private Mustique. Bequia welcomes an eclectic crowd of sailors, beachgoers and expats who enjoy the warm, friendly hospitality, whether drinking the local brew at a laid-back bar or dining on gourmet fare in a fine restaurant.

Day 3

Bequia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines to Mayreau, St. Vincent and the Grenadines

No airport, few vehicles, one village, beautiful palm-lined beaches – tiny Mayreau, the only inhabited island within Tobago Cays Marine Park, represents Caribbean pleasure, pure and simple. On the northern coast, Salt Whistle Bay is the island’s most popular anchorage. Its calm, sheltered waters and soft sands are great for swimming, sunning and snorkeling. Around the island, smaller bays and hidden coves, many rarely visited, offer even greater tranquility. Mayreau’s best views are found at the hilltop Catholic church, a quaint stone building featuring lovely stained glass and art work. After a day of beachgoing or exploring the reefs and islets of the park, visitors and locals meet and mingle in one of Mayreau’s famously friendly bars.

Day 4

Mayreau, St. Vincent and the Grenadines to St. George’s, Grenada

Grenada is the legendary Spice Isle, where nutmeg perfumes the air. Fort George guards the entrance to the colorful, pedestrian-friendly capital of St. George's. The 18th-century garrison and the hilltop Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception offer the best views of the city and its picturesque harbor, the Carenage. To the south of St. George’s is the wide expanse of Grand Anse Beach, the main resort area. Tiny Grenada boasts more than 40 beaches around the island, from calm, secluded coves to windswept Bathway Beach on the Atlantic side, as well as wonderful snorkeling spots, including an underwater sculpture park. The lush mountainous interior is a mix of fragrant spice plantations, rainforest and protected parkland whose natural sights include waterfalls, swimming holes and the great crater lake of Grand Etang. Grenada’s flavorful cuisine naturally features prominent spices, especially in Indian-influenced dishes like roti, a savory stuffed pastry.

Day 5

Sailing Time

With a day at sea, enjoy the unique opportunity to unplug and relax into the unhurried life on board. Enjoy a workout with a view at the gym, indulge in a relaxing spa treatment, watch the sky transform at sunset from The Observation Lounge, or find an intimate alcove in The Living Room and lose yourself in a favorite book.

Day 6

Willemstad, Curaçao

The lovely island of Curaçao is home to more than 30 beautiful beaches and a cosmopolitan capital. Vibrantly hued heritage architecture is the hallmark of Willemstad’s historic center, whose two sides span Sint Anna Bay, connected by the floating Queen Emma Bridge. On the east side, enjoy the waterfront cafés, galleries and shopping – including a floating market – of the Punda. Other key sights, such as the landmark Fort Amsterdam, a 17th-century synagogue and the acclaimed Curaçao Maritime Museum, are concentrated in and around this district. Nearby Pietermaai is known for nightlife. The island’s crystal clear waters are rich with reefs, making for spectacular snorkeling just steps from the sands. On land, discover the prehistoric art inside the Hato Caves, and taste the island’s signature blue liqueur at the former plantation house of Chobolobo.

Day 7

Oranjestad, Aruba

Gorgeous beaches, aquamarine waters, abundant sunshine and cooling trade winds have long been Aruba’s calling card. This Dutch island captivates with diverse outdoor options – world-class golfing, windsurfing, snorkeling and diving – the distinctly bent divi-divi trees and striking geological formations. The desert-like landscapes and rugged coastline of Arikok National Park are the focus of eco-explorations. The archaeological museum, 18th-century Fort Zoutman and restored Dutch-colonial buildings are among the historic sights in Oranjestad, the colorful capital and center for shopping, restaurants, casino gambling and nightlife. Aruba’s fusion culture encompasses indigenous, European, African and Asian influences, a mix especially evident in its cuisine. A new generation of chefs is committed to preserving Aruba’s culinary heritage and showcasing fresh, local and regional ingredients.

Day 8

Oranjestad, Aruba

Disembarkation.

Overview

Exclusive yachting – Castries to Oranjestad

A Caribbean voyage to the Spice Isle and beyond includes turquoise waters that are perfect for snorkeling and diving, colorful villages with laid-back colonial charm, and no shortage of stunning beaches.

Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection

A voyage with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection offers an unprecedented opportunity to be untethered. Here, freedom and flexibility allow immersion in life’s exceptional experiences; exploration of earth’s exquisite and unexpected hideaways; and stirring of passions and curiosities that create new and deepened connections.

All of this delivered in an intimate setting with a heightened level of care and attention. Enlivened and enlightened, marvel at the beauty of the world though fresh eyes. Live untethered, live fully.

Please note: more Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection voyages are available, not all of them are listed online. Please contact us for more details.

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Ship information

Ritz-Carlton Evrima

Vessel Type: Mega Yacht
Length: 190 meters
Passenger Capacity: 298

Crew Capacity: 246

Year Built: 2021

Set sail on a journey of discovery with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection. Designed to combine the luxury lifestyle of The Ritz-Carlton® and the casual freedom of a yachting vacation, The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will offer bespoke voyages on the first of three custom-built yachts in 2021.
Each yacht will feature 149 suites, each with its own private terrace, and accommodate up to 298 guests in a relaxed, casually elegant atmosphere. As with The Ritz-Carlton® on land, each yacht will feature personalized service, elevated dining and luxury amenities. Exclusive yachting experience!

Some of the highlights aboard the Ritz-Carlton Evrima:

All-suite oceanview accommodations, each with private terrace • Dedicated Personal Assistant attending each suite • Onboard gratuities • Multiple dining venues; main dining room, Asian fusion restaurant, seafood grill, poolside grill and Aqua restaurant –developed by three-star Michelin chef Sven Elverfeld, Bon Appétit! • 24-hour in-suite dining • Beverages in-suite and throughout the yacht • Onboard entertainment and enrichment • Wi-Fi • Marina-style platform with access to watersports • Spa • Panorama Lounge and wine bar

Contact
Booking
Luxury Yachting
Ritz-Carlton Evrima
24.11.2021
02.12.2021
8
Caribbean, Latin America, Exclusive yachting – Oranjestad to Oranjestad
Fare from € 5.090
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Travelroute
Day 1

Oranjestad, Aruba

Gorgeous beaches, aquamarine waters, abundant sunshine and cooling trade winds have long been Aruba’s calling card. This Dutch island captivates with diverse outdoor options – world-class golfing, windsurfing, snorkeling and diving – the distinctly bent divi-divi trees and striking geological formations. The desert-like landscapes and rugged coastline of Arikok National Park are the focus of eco-explorations. The archaeological museum, 18th-century Fort Zoutman and restored Dutch-colonial buildings are among the historic sights in Oranjestad, the colorful capital and center for shopping, restaurants, casino gambling and nightlife. Aruba’s fusion culture encompasses indigenous, European, African and Asian influences, a mix especially evident in its cuisine. A new generation of chefs is committed to preserving Aruba’s culinary heritage and showcasing fresh, local and regional ingredients.

Day 2

Sailing Time

With a day at sea, enjoy the unique opportunity to unplug and relax into the unhurried life on board. Enjoy a workout with a view at the gym, indulge in a relaxing spa treatment, watch the sky transform at sunset from The Observation Lounge, or find an intimate alcove in The Living Room and lose yourself in a favorite book.

Day 3

Colón, Panama

The rough-and-tumble city of Colón sits at the Atlantic entrance of the Panamá Canal, and whatever glitziness it may lack when you compare it to its counterpart at the other end of the canal – Panamá City – it makes up for with oodles of authenticity. See the ships in the bay waiting patiently for their turn to enter the canal; soak up the crumbling colonial elegance of Colón’s streets; delve into pirate history at the ruins of Fort San Lorenzo; learn all about the canal at the Agua Clara Visitor Center; or take a zip lining tour through the jungle at Panamá Outdoor Adventures.

Day 4

Colón, Panama

Day 5

Guna Yala, San Blas Islands, Panama

Sitting off Panama’s northeast Caribbean coast, Guna Yala is a stunning archipelago of 365 palm-fringed islands. An autonomous province since 1924, this intriguing, eco-conscious destination is governed by the indigenous Guna people. A paradise of white sand beaches, thatched houses and turquoise waters, life is refreshingly uncomplicated in Guna Yala. While the locals have embraced outboard motors and mobile phones, they mostly live like their ancestors did. You’ll see men farming coconuts and women – beautifully adorned in traditional dresses, bracelets and beads – selling their colorful appliqué cloth molas. Chill out on the beach, shop for molas and dine on red snapper and coconut rice. Wash it all down with a glass of the local ‘Coco Loco’, a delicious blend of milk and rum served up in a freshly-harvested coconut.

Day 6

Cartagena, Colombia

The jewel of Colombia’s Caribbean coast, Cartagena brings together a rich heritage and dynamic culture with incomparable tropical charm. Narrow cobblestone streets lined with colorful Andalusian-style architecture – adorned with equally vibrant cascades of bougainvillea – are hallmarks of the 16th-century walled center. Colonial churches, museums and an imposing hilltop fortress showcase the storied past. Innovative restaurants, chic hotels and designer boutiques infuse historic Cartagena with new energy. Just outside the stone walls that encircle the center is the edgy and eclectic Getsemani district, a hub for artists, artisans and nightlife. The nearby islands of Baru and Rosario beckon with Cartagena’s finest beaches and aquatics, thriving coral reefs and Colombia’s acclaimed National Aviary.

Day 7

Santa Marta, Colombia

Nestled at the foot of the world’s highest coastal mountain range, Santa Marta was founded in 1525 and is the oldest inhabited city in Colombia. Likewise, the city’s whitewashed cathedral claims to be the country’s oldest church. The Museo del Oro tells the even earlier history of the region’s indigenous people, who were skilled goldsmiths, as well as the story of Spanish colonization. The story continues with Simón Bolívar, the “Great Liberator,” who led Colombia and other South American countries to independence from Spain. Bolívar died in Santa Marta at Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino, now a museum memorializing the leader. The natural wonders embracing Santa Marta are as fascinating as the city’s history and include two UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. Hike through the rainforest to a secluded stretch of beach in Tayrona National Park, or trek to the cascading waterfalls of Quebrada Valencia in Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta National Park.

Day 8

Sailing Time

Day 9

Oranjestad, Aruba

Disembarkation.

Overview

Exclusive yachting – Oranjestad to Oranjestad

A sweeping voyage through Central and South American sights, including a view of the mighty Gatún locks lifting ships out of the Caribbean. Cartagena’s impressively preserved Old Town dates to the 1500s, while neighboring Bocagrande neighborhood is a glittering mini-Copacabana.

Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection

A voyage with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection offers an unprecedented opportunity to be untethered. Here, freedom and flexibility allow immersion in life’s exceptional experiences; exploration of earth’s exquisite and unexpected hideaways; and stirring of passions and curiosities that create new and deepened connections.

All of this delivered in an intimate setting with a heightened level of care and attention. Enlivened and enlightened, marvel at the beauty of the world though fresh eyes. Live untethered, live fully.

Please note: more Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection voyages are available, not all of them are listed online. Please contact us for more details.

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Ship information

Ritz-Carlton Evrima

Vessel Type: Mega Yacht
Length: 190 meters
Passenger Capacity: 298

Crew Capacity: 246

Year Built: 2021

Set sail on a journey of discovery with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection. Designed to combine the luxury lifestyle of The Ritz-Carlton® and the casual freedom of a yachting vacation, The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will offer bespoke voyages on the first of three custom-built yachts in 2021.
Each yacht will feature 149 suites, each with its own private terrace, and accommodate up to 298 guests in a relaxed, casually elegant atmosphere. As with The Ritz-Carlton® on land, each yacht will feature personalized service, elevated dining and luxury amenities. Exclusive yachting experience!

Some of the highlights aboard the Ritz-Carlton Evrima:

All-suite oceanview accommodations, each with private terrace • Dedicated Personal Assistant attending each suite • Onboard gratuities • Multiple dining venues; main dining room, Asian fusion restaurant, seafood grill, poolside grill and Aqua restaurant –developed by three-star Michelin chef Sven Elverfeld, Bon Appétit! • 24-hour in-suite dining • Beverages in-suite and throughout the yacht • Onboard entertainment and enrichment • Wi-Fi • Marina-style platform with access to watersports • Spa • Panorama Lounge and wine bar

Contact
Booking
Luxury Yachting
Ritz-Carlton Evrima
02.12.2021
09.12.2021
7
Caribbean, Exclusive yachting – Oranjestad to Bridgetown
Fare from € 4.464
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Travelroute
Day 1

Oranjestad, Aruba

Gorgeous beaches, aquamarine waters, abundant sunshine and cooling trade winds have long been Aruba’s calling card. This Dutch island captivates with diverse outdoor options – world-class golfing, windsurfing, snorkeling and diving – the distinctly bent divi-divi trees and striking geological formations. The desert-like landscapes and rugged coastline of Arikok National Park are the focus of eco-explorations. The archaeological museum, 18th-century Fort Zoutman and restored Dutch-colonial buildings are among the historic sights in Oranjestad, the colorful capital and center for shopping, restaurants, casino gambling and nightlife. Aruba’s fusion culture encompasses indigenous, European, African and Asian influences, a mix especially evident in its cuisine. A new generation of chefs is committed to preserving Aruba’s culinary heritage and showcasing fresh, local and regional ingredients.

Day 2

Willemstad, Curaçao

The lovely island of Curaçao is home to more than 30 beautiful beaches and a cosmopolitan capital. Vibrantly hued heritage architecture is the hallmark of Willemstad’s historic center, whose two sides span Sint Anna Bay, connected by the floating Queen Emma Bridge. On the east side, enjoy the waterfront cafés, galleries and shopping – including a floating market – of the Punda. Other key sights, such as the landmark Fort Amsterdam, a 17th-century synagogue and the acclaimed Curaçao Maritime Museum, are concentrated in and around this district. Nearby Pietermaai is known for nightlife. The island’s crystal clear waters are rich with reefs, making for spectacular snorkeling just steps from the sands. On land, discover the prehistoric art inside the Hato Caves, and taste the island’s signature blue liqueur at the former plantation house of Chobolobo.

Day 3

Kralendijk, Bonaire

In Dutch, Kralendijk means “coral dike.” As soon as you peek through your snorkeling mask off the shores of this main port of Bonaire, you'll know the name fits. Paddle a kayak, peer down from a glass-bottom boat or dive right in the crystalline waters to join the radiant parade below. Surrounding the island is miles of protected reefs, while the island’s interior offers equal delights, including the desert landscapes of divi-divi trees and cacti at Washington Slagbaai National Park. History buffs will want to check out the 7,000 years of island history on display in the Terramar Museum or the artifacts, plantation tools and saltwater aquarium at the Museum of Natural History.

Day 4

Sailing Time

With a day at sea, enjoy the unique opportunity to unplug and relax into the unhurried life on board. Enjoy a workout with a view at the gym, indulge in a relaxing spa treatment, watch the sky transform at sunset from The Observation Lounge, or find an intimate alcove in The Living Room and lose yourself in a favorite book.

Day 5

St. George’s, Grenada

Grenada is the legendary Spice Isle, where nutmeg perfumes the air. Fort George guards the entrance to the colorful, pedestrian-friendly capital of St. George's. The 18th-century garrison and the hilltop Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception offer the best views of the city and its picturesque harbor, the Carenage. To the south of St. George’s is the wide expanse of Grand Anse Beach, the main resort area. Tiny Grenada boasts more than 40 beaches around the island, from calm, secluded coves to windswept Bathway Beach on the Atlantic side, as well as wonderful snorkeling spots, including an underwater sculpture park. The lush mountainous interior is a mix of fragrant spice plantations, rainforest and protected parkland whose natural sights include waterfalls, swimming holes and the great crater lake of Grand Etang. Grenada’s flavorful cuisine naturally features prominent spices, especially in Indian-influenced dishes like roti, a savory stuffed pastry.

Day 6

Carriacou, Grenada

Carriacou, part of the Grenadines chain, belongs to the multi-island nation of Grenada. Early colonial records suggest the name was derived from the Kalinago word for “land surrounded by reefs.” A hilly, rural island of villages, it is an off-the-beaten-track destination with fantastic snorkeling. Hillsborough is the main town, close to scenic west coast spots like Paradise Beach and the pretty anchorage at Tyrell Bay. The town’s Carriacou Museum is an introduction to the history and heritage that shape the vibrant local culture. African drums, music and dance are an important part of weddings, boat launchings, tombstone feasts and many festivals. Carriacou’s famously raucous Carnival includes the Pierrot, or Shakespeare Mas, a costumed battle of wits using the bard’s verses. Carriacou also has a long tradition of boat building, using techniques first introduced by Scots who settled here after Britain took control from France in 1783.

Day 7

Bridgetown, Barbados

Barbados is a sophisticated tropical beauty steeped in English heritage and enlivened by the warm Bajan culture. In the capital of Bridgetown, the well-preserved Old Town and historic Garrison district represent an impressive British legacy designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. The island’s lush interior is largely covered in forest and fields of sugar cane, a source of prized rums and great colonial fortunes. Attractions include restored great houses, a wildlife preserve, the underground formations of Harrison’s Cave, first-rate golfing and some 60 beaches of incredible variety. To the west are white sands and gentle azure waters. The south is the center for both nightlife and reef snorkeling, while the high cliffs of the southeast form a stunning backdrop for windsurfing. The windswept east coast, with its pounding Atlantic surf, is Barbados at its most rugged and wild.

Day 8

Bridgetown, Barbados

Disembarkation.

Overview

Exclusive yachting – Oranjestad to Bridgetown

Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao offer a European-Caribbean experience featuring gorgeous leeward beaches, stunning dive sites and picture-perfect Dutch colonial architecture, respectively. Stretch out on the golden sand beaches of Grenada or explore the Underwater Sculpture Park at Molinière Bay.

Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection

A voyage with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection offers an unprecedented opportunity to be untethered. Here, freedom and flexibility allow immersion in life’s exceptional experiences; exploration of earth’s exquisite and unexpected hideaways; and stirring of passions and curiosities that create new and deepened connections.

All of this delivered in an intimate setting with a heightened level of care and attention. Enlivened and enlightened, marvel at the beauty of the world though fresh eyes. Live untethered, live fully.

Please note: more Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection voyages are available, not all of them are listed online. Please contact us for more details.

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Ship information

Ritz-Carlton Evrima

Vessel Type: Mega Yacht
Length: 190 meters
Passenger Capacity: 298

Crew Capacity: 246

Year Built: 2021

Set sail on a journey of discovery with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection. Designed to combine the luxury lifestyle of The Ritz-Carlton® and the casual freedom of a yachting vacation, The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will offer bespoke voyages on the first of three custom-built yachts in 2021.
Each yacht will feature 149 suites, each with its own private terrace, and accommodate up to 298 guests in a relaxed, casually elegant atmosphere. As with The Ritz-Carlton® on land, each yacht will feature personalized service, elevated dining and luxury amenities. Exclusive yachting experience!

Some of the highlights aboard the Ritz-Carlton Evrima:

All-suite oceanview accommodations, each with private terrace • Dedicated Personal Assistant attending each suite • Onboard gratuities • Multiple dining venues; main dining room, Asian fusion restaurant, seafood grill, poolside grill and Aqua restaurant –developed by three-star Michelin chef Sven Elverfeld, Bon Appétit! • 24-hour in-suite dining • Beverages in-suite and throughout the yacht • Onboard entertainment and enrichment • Wi-Fi • Marina-style platform with access to watersports • Spa • Panorama Lounge and wine bar

Contact
Booking
Luxury Yachting
Ritz-Carlton Evrima
09.12.2021
16.12.2021
7
Caribbean, Exclusive yachting – Bridgetown to Bridgetown
Fare from € 4.643
<read more>
Travelroute
Day 1

Bridgetown, Barbados

Barbados is a sophisticated tropical beauty steeped in English heritage and enlivened by the warm Bajan culture. In the capital of Bridgetown, the well-preserved Old Town and historic Garrison district represent an impressive British legacy designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. The island’s lush interior is largely covered in forest and fields of sugar cane, a source of prized rums and great colonial fortunes. Attractions include restored great houses, a wildlife preserve, the underground formations of Harrison’s Cave, first-rate golfing and some 60 beaches of incredible variety. To the west are white sands and gentle azure waters. The south is the center for both nightlife and reef snorkeling, while the high cliffs of the southeast form a stunning backdrop for windsurfing. The windswept east coast, with its pounding Atlantic surf, is Barbados at its most rugged and wild.

Day 2

Bridgetown, Barbados

Day 3

Charlotteville, Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago

Sitting on the deep, aquamarine waters of Man O’War Bay, the pretty fishing village of Charlotteville is one of Tobago’s oldest and most laid-back settlements. The off-the-beaten-track location and relaxed, beachy ambiance are at the heart of Charlotteville’s charm. There’s a pleasant stretch of golden sand, and just a short walk or boat ride away you’ll find the peaceful seclusion of Pirate’s Bay – a beach so idyllic it starred in the 1952 movie version of Robinson Crusoe. Rent some scuba gear and explore the beautiful, thriving reef systems in the waters off both Charlotteville and the nearby village of Speyside, and when the sun is ready to set, order yourself a drink and listen to some Calypso music in the rum shacks on Charlotteville’s Main Street.

Day 4

St. George’s, Grenada

Grenada is the legendary Spice Isle, where nutmeg perfumes the air. Fort George guards the entrance to the colorful, pedestrian-friendly capital of St. George's. The 18th-century garrison and the hilltop Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception offer the best views of the city and its picturesque harbor, the Carenage. To the south of St. George’s is the wide expanse of Grand Anse Beach, the main resort area. Tiny Grenada boasts more than 40 beaches around the island, from calm, secluded coves to windswept Bathway Beach on the Atlantic side, as well as wonderful snorkeling spots, including an underwater sculpture park. The lush mountainous interior is a mix of fragrant spice plantations, rainforest and protected parkland whose natural sights include waterfalls, swimming holes and the great crater lake of Grand Etang. Grenada’s flavorful cuisine naturally features prominent spices, especially in Indian-influenced dishes like roti, a savory stuffed pastry.

Day 5

Mayreau, St. Vincent and the Grenadines

No airport, few vehicles, one village, beautiful palm-lined beaches – tiny Mayreau, the only inhabited island within Tobago Cays Marine Park, represents Caribbean pleasure, pure and simple. On the northern coast, Salt Whistle Bay is the island’s most popular anchorage. Its calm, sheltered waters and soft sands are great for swimming, sunning and snorkeling. Around the island, smaller bays and hidden coves, many rarely visited, offer even greater tranquility. Mayreau’s best views are found at the hilltop Catholic church, a quaint stone building featuring lovely stained glass and art work. After a day of beachgoing or exploring the reefs and islets of the park, visitors and locals meet and mingle in one of Mayreau’s famously friendly bars.

Day 6

Fort-de-France, Martinique

France’s “Isle of Flowers,” Martinique enticingly combines tropical beauty, distinctive Creole culture and Gallic sophistication. Its mountainous north is volcanic – where gray and black sands separate blue seas from the lush greens of the rainforest – and dominated by Mont Pelée. The towering volcano last exploded in 1902, prompting the move of the capital to the scenic port on Martinique’s deepest natural anchorage. Fort-de-France today is the island’s biggest city, home to elegant boutiques, a traditional covered market, cafés, patisseries, and restaurants serving fine island cuisine and classic French fare. Many key sights are close to the revitalized waterfront park of La Savane, the city cathedral and historic Fort Saint-Louis among them. Just outside the capital are Sacré-Coeur de Balata – a small-scale replica of the Parisian church – and an acclaimed botanical garden. On the far side of Fort-de-France bay, the Caribbean seascapes begin to change into the white sand beaches that distinguish Martinique’s southern half.

Day 7

Soufrière, Saint Lucia

St. Lucia’s iconic landmarks – the towering volcanic peaks known as the Pitons – rise over the bay and over Soufrière, the original capital established under French rule. Less than two hours by car but a world apart from British-founded Castries, Soufrière is a small town replete with charming examples of tropical colonial architecture. Anchorage here provides easy access to St. Lucia’s leading natural attractions, like the Sulphur Springs that inspired the town’s name – the steaming crater of a “drive-in” volcano. Also nearby are the organic gardens of the Tet Paul Nature Trail, as well as mountain ranges and lush rainforest that can be explored on guided hikes. North of Soufrière, the west coast is carved into an intricate series of beautiful bays and small coves, whose sheltered waters are perfect for swimming, snorkeling or sunning on a quiet beach. This scenic stretch of coastline is home to luxurious private estates and renowned resorts like Jade Mountain.

Day 8

Bridgetown, Barbados

Disembarkation.

Overview

Exclusive yachting – Bridgetown to Bridgetown

These Caribbean islands are renowned for their tropical wildlife and impressive rums. Sample the blends at Bridgetown distilleries, spot sea life in the Tobago Cays marine park, then stroll through a colonial fortress and stretch out on hidden beaches aplenty.

Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection

A voyage with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection offers an unprecedented opportunity to be untethered. Here, freedom and flexibility allow immersion in life’s exceptional experiences; exploration of earth’s exquisite and unexpected hideaways; and stirring of passions and curiosities that create new and deepened connections.

All of this delivered in an intimate setting with a heightened level of care and attention. Enlivened and enlightened, marvel at the beauty of the world though fresh eyes. Live untethered, live fully.

Please note: more Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection voyages are available, not all of them are listed online. Please contact us for more details.

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Ship information

Ritz-Carlton Evrima

Vessel Type: Mega Yacht
Length: 190 meters
Passenger Capacity: 298

Crew Capacity: 246

Year Built: 2021

Set sail on a journey of discovery with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection. Designed to combine the luxury lifestyle of The Ritz-Carlton® and the casual freedom of a yachting vacation, The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will offer bespoke voyages on the first of three custom-built yachts in 2021.
Each yacht will feature 149 suites, each with its own private terrace, and accommodate up to 298 guests in a relaxed, casually elegant atmosphere. As with The Ritz-Carlton® on land, each yacht will feature personalized service, elevated dining and luxury amenities. Exclusive yachting experience!

Some of the highlights aboard the Ritz-Carlton Evrima:

All-suite oceanview accommodations, each with private terrace • Dedicated Personal Assistant attending each suite • Onboard gratuities • Multiple dining venues; main dining room, Asian fusion restaurant, seafood grill, poolside grill and Aqua restaurant –developed by three-star Michelin chef Sven Elverfeld, Bon Appétit! • 24-hour in-suite dining • Beverages in-suite and throughout the yacht • Onboard entertainment and enrichment • Wi-Fi • Marina-style platform with access to watersports • Spa • Panorama Lounge and wine bar

Contact
Booking
Luxury Yachting
Ritz-Carlton Evrima
16.12.2021
23.12.2021
7
Caribbean, Exclusive yachting – Bridgetown to San Juan
Fare from € 4.666
<read more>
Travelroute
Day 1

Bridgetown, Barbados

Barbados is a sophisticated tropical beauty steeped in English heritage and enlivened by the warm Bajan culture. In the capital of Bridgetown, the well-preserved Old Town and historic Garrison district represent an impressive British legacy designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. The island’s lush interior is largely covered in forest and fields of sugar cane, a source of prized rums and great colonial fortunes. Attractions include restored great houses, a wildlife preserve, the underground formations of Harrison’s Cave, first-rate golfing and some 60 beaches of incredible variety. To the west are white sands and gentle azure waters. The south is the center for both nightlife and reef snorkeling, while the high cliffs of the southeast form a stunning backdrop for windsurfing. The windswept east coast, with its pounding Atlantic surf, is Barbados at its most rugged and wild.

Day 2

Les Anses-d'Arlet, Martinique

The island of Martinique provides a little slice of French sophistication in the crystal-clear Caribbean. Sail into Les Anses-d’Arlet, a charming string of villages framed by lush green hills and some of the island’s best beaches. Soak in the rich history at the Fort Saint-Louis or the Saint-Louis Cathédrale. Pull up a chair and watch the colorful boats bob in the bay as you dine on a delicious blend of French and Creole-inspired cuisine. Wash it all down with some of the best rum on Earth— Martinique’s rums are the only ones in the world to carry the prestigious Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (AOC) designation.

Day 3

Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe

Guadeloupe is nicknamed “le papillon” – the butterfly – for the distinctive shape of its two main islands. The left wing, Basse-Terre is a lush, wild eco-paradise of great natural beauty. La Grande Soufriere volcano rises more than 4,800 feet over the verdant mountainous interior, most of which forms a vast, uninhabited rainforest preserve. Guadeloupe National Park is celebrated for its rich array of tropical flora -- trees, ferns, orchids and more – many birds, rivers, stunning waterfalls and challenging hikes. Basse-Terre’s coastline is strikingly diverse, home to more fishing villages and towns than resorts amid the mix of pebbly shores and stretches of black, pink, brown and golden sands. On the west coast you’ll find the Grande Anse, the island’s best beach, and fantastic diving and snorkeling spots that include the Cousteau Reserve, set around tiny Pigeon Island. A botanical garden and a pre-historic archaeological park are among the handful of cultural sights but Guadeloupe’s acclaimed slavery museum, Memorial ACTe in the port city of Point-a-Pitre, can be visited from Basse-Terre.

Day 4

Gustavia, St. Barthélemy

Saint Barthélemy – better known as Saint Barth – represents a special brand of Caribbean luxury. Exclusive yet unpretentious, its barefoot elegance is distinctly Gallic in style. Around a scenic harbor filled with yachts and sailboats, the tidy capital of Gustavia is a chic mix of designer boutiques, galleries, and fine restaurants serving elevated French-Caribbean cuisine. The town is an ideal base for exploring the tiny island’s diverse array of white sand beaches, ranging from the tranquil natural beauty of isolated Colombier to the sleek hotels and exclusive beach clubs along Baie de St. Jean. Relaxing and laid-back by day, Saint Barth shows its glamorous side after dark, when partiers pack the bars and the dancing lasts until dawn.

Day 5

Gustavia, St. Barthélemy to Marigot, St. Martin

Once a sleepy fishing village, Marigot became St. Martin's capital during the reign of Louis XVI, who built Fort Louis to defend the colonial settlement's harbor warehouses. The formidable walls and cannons of the ruins overlook Marigot Bay and are well worth the short hike up. The town itself charms visitors with winding streets and colorful buildings. Restored St. Martinoise-style houses are now boutiques for luxury goods, all duty-free, while Marigot Market is a melting pot for local foods, spices, art and crafts. This is the place to sample mauby, a bark-based infusion popular in the Caribbean. Dining here is superb, from international cuisines to French and Creole dishes and delicious wines. Also nearby are the famed eateries of Grand Case, arguably the Caribbean's best. Marigot is a great base for exploring some of St. Martin's 37 golden sand beaches, from quiet and unspoiled shores to lively hubs of activity.

Day 6

Road Town, Tortola, BVI

Tortola is at the heart of the British Virgin Island’s world-renowned sailing culture. Long, narrow and just over 21 square miles in area, the largest island of the BVI boasts a quintessentially Caribbean coastline of secluded white sand beaches, hidden coves and great natural anchorages. Inside a horseshoe-shaped harbor, the BVI capital of Road Town is the friendly, laid-back center for commerce, dining on fresh seafood and exploring nearby islets, tiny cays, reefs and dive sites. The 1780 Lower Estate Sugar Works Museum, VI Folk Museum, and Old Government House Museum showcase local history and culture in Road Town. Within Tortola’s mountainous interior, Sage Mountain delivers the best views from 1,714 feet, the highest point in the Virgin Islands archipelago.

Day 7

Road Town, Tortola, BVI to St. John, USVI

The smallest of the three main U.S. Virgin Islands, St. John was an early pioneer in Caribbean eco-tourism. More than half of its 20 square miles are undeveloped — and will stay that way — as they constitute Virgin Islands National Park, created in 1956 from holdings donated by U.S. philanthropist and conservationist Laurance Rockefeller. Much of St. John’s glorious white-sand beaches, coastline and surrounding seas are also protected, either through the park or the Virgin Islands Coral Reef National Monument. Days here revolve around the beauty of unspoiled nature, with activities like hiking, swimming, snorkeling and sailing. On the southwest coast, the town of Cruz Bay is the island’s commercial and maritime hub, with shops, restaurants, bars and the landing for ferries and boats from St. Thomas, just four miles away. A winding road across St. John leads to Coral Bay, a peaceful village with a sheltered natural harbor and friendly, relaxed ambience.

Day 8

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Disembarkation.
San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, is an intriguing blend of the old and the new. Founded in 1521, the city was a key port in the Spanish colonial empire, as evidenced by El Morro, the huge fortress that guards the harbor. Behind thick stone walls, Old San Juan retains its original character of blue cobblestone streets, elegant plazas and brightly colored heritage architecture. This lively center is the city’s – and island’s – cultural hub for museums, music, dining and more. The nearby Santurce district has emerged as the city’s hippest, with unique shops, cutting-edge restaurants and trendy nightlife. Just minutes from the heart of San Juan are the iconic beaches of the Condado and Isla Verde, whose stretches of palm-fringed sands are lapped by the azure waves of the Atlantic.

Overview

Exclusive yachting – Bridgetown to San Juan

This quintessential Caribbean journey includes iconic white sand beaches and sparkling blue seas, but also an eco-paradise rainforest, exclusive beach clubs and boutiques, superb dining and stellar coves and reefs for swimming, snorkeling and sailing.

Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection

A voyage with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection offers an unprecedented opportunity to be untethered. Here, freedom and flexibility allow immersion in life’s exceptional experiences; exploration of earth’s exquisite and unexpected hideaways; and stirring of passions and curiosities that create new and deepened connections.

All of this delivered in an intimate setting with a heightened level of care and attention. Enlivened and enlightened, marvel at the beauty of the world though fresh eyes. Live untethered, live fully.

Please note: more Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection voyages are available, not all of them are listed online. Please contact us for more details.

<close>

Ship information

Ritz-Carlton Evrima

Vessel Type: Mega Yacht
Length: 190 meters
Passenger Capacity: 298

Crew Capacity: 246

Year Built: 2021

Set sail on a journey of discovery with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection. Designed to combine the luxury lifestyle of The Ritz-Carlton® and the casual freedom of a yachting vacation, The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will offer bespoke voyages on the first of three custom-built yachts in 2021.
Each yacht will feature 149 suites, each with its own private terrace, and accommodate up to 298 guests in a relaxed, casually elegant atmosphere. As with The Ritz-Carlton® on land, each yacht will feature personalized service, elevated dining and luxury amenities. Exclusive yachting experience!

Some of the highlights aboard the Ritz-Carlton Evrima:

All-suite oceanview accommodations, each with private terrace • Dedicated Personal Assistant attending each suite • Onboard gratuities • Multiple dining venues; main dining room, Asian fusion restaurant, seafood grill, poolside grill and Aqua restaurant –developed by three-star Michelin chef Sven Elverfeld, Bon Appétit! • 24-hour in-suite dining • Beverages in-suite and throughout the yacht • Onboard entertainment and enrichment • Wi-Fi • Marina-style platform with access to watersports • Spa • Panorama Lounge and wine bar

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Luxury Yachting
Ritz-Carlton Evrima
23.12.2021
02.01.2022
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Caribbean, Exclusive yachting – San Juan to San Juan
Fare from € 8.259
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Day 1

San Juan, Puerto Rico

San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, is an intriguing blend of the old and the new. Founded in 1521, the city was a key port in the Spanish colonial empire, as evidenced by El Morro, the huge fortress that guards the harbor. Behind thick stone walls, Old San Juan retains its original character of blue cobblestone streets, elegant plazas and brightly colored heritage architecture. This lively center is the city’s – and island’s – cultural hub for museums, music, dining and more. The nearby Santurce district has emerged as the city’s hippest, with unique shops, cutting-edge restaurants and trendy nightlife. Just minutes from the heart of San Juan are the iconic beaches of the Condado and Isla Verde, whose stretches of palm-fringed sands are lapped by the azure waves of the Atlantic.

Day 2

Jost Van Dyke, BVI

Of the four main British Virgin Islands, Jost Van Dyke is the smallest. Fewer than 300 residents call its three square miles home, but they extend a warm welcome to the sailors and yachtsmen who drop anchor in Great Harbour and White Bay throughout the year. Life here revolves around the surrounding seas – swimming, snorkeling, fishing and diving – and communing over a tropical cocktail and a freshly caught meal at one of Jost Van Dyke’s legendary beach bars and restaurants. The island’s rugged terrain is crossed with trails. The most challenging – accessible only to seasoned hikers and 4x4 vehicles – leads to the top of Majohnny Hill, for panoramic views from 1,000 feet.

Day 3

Sailing Time

With a day at sea, enjoy the unique opportunity to unplug and relax into the unhurried life on board. Enjoy a workout with a view at the gym, indulge in a relaxing spa treatment, watch the sky transform at sunset from The Observation Lounge, or find an intimate alcove in The Living Room and lose yourself in a favorite book.

Day 4

Bridgetown, Barbados

Barbados is a sophisticated tropical beauty steeped in English heritage and enlivened by the warm Bajan culture. In the capital of Bridgetown, the well-preserved Old Town and historic Garrison district represent an impressive British legacy designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. The island’s lush interior is largely covered in forest and fields of sugar cane, a source of prized rums and great colonial fortunes. Attractions include restored great houses, a wildlife preserve, the underground formations of Harrison’s Cave, first-rate golfing and some 60 beaches of incredible variety. To the west are white sands and gentle azure waters. The south is the center for both nightlife and reef snorkeling, while the high cliffs of the southeast form a stunning backdrop for windsurfing. The windswept east coast, with its pounding Atlantic surf, is Barbados at its most rugged and wild.

Day 5

Bridgetown, Barbados

Day 6

Mayreau, St. Vincent and the Grenadines to Bequia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines

No airport, few vehicles, one village, beautiful palm-lined beaches – tiny Mayreau, the only inhabited island within Tobago Cays Marine Park, represents Caribbean pleasure, pure and simple. On the northern coast, Salt Whistle Bay is the island’s most popular anchorage. Its calm, sheltered waters and soft sands are great for swimming, sunning and snorkeling. Around the island, smaller bays and hidden coves, many rarely visited, offer even greater tranquility. Mayreau’s best views are found at the hilltop Catholic church, a quaint stone building featuring lovely stained glass and art work. After a day of beachgoing or exploring the reefs and islets of the park, visitors and locals meet and mingle in one of Mayreau’s famously friendly bars.

Day 7

Bequia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Bequia is known as the Grenadines’ “big” small island for its captivating combination of great natural beauty, classic Caribbean experiences and unhurried ambience, all in just seven square miles. The capital, Port Elizabeth, is a yachting town with a village feel, set on the scenic natural anchorage of Admiralty Bay. At the bay’s western end, Princess Margaret Beach is one of the island’s many stunning stretches of sand. Turquoise waters and colorful reefs ring Bequia, offering great snorkeling and diving. A hike in the forested, hilly interior is rewarded with views of St. Vincent and other nearby islands like private Mustique. Bequia welcomes an eclectic crowd of sailors, beachgoers and expats who enjoy the warm, friendly hospitality, whether drinking the local brew at a laid-back bar or dining on gourmet fare in a fine restaurant.

Day 8

Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis

The capital town of Basseterre is the bustling gateway to the beautiful beaches and lush rainforest of St. Kitts. The island was among the first in the Caribbean to be colonized by the French and English, a complex legacy found in and around Basseterre Circus at such sights as the Anglican and Catholic churches, the Berkeley Memorial, and National Museum. A drive along the coast leads to the landmark Brimstone Hill Fortress and National Park, an imposing military structure built from volcanic rock by African slaves. St. Kitts is home to a rare surviving railway, now a tourist train, whose route through small towns and abandoned plantations offers unique perspective of the picturesque landscapes. Thanks to efforts to reclaim the old cane fields, St. Kitts is increasingly verdant. Adventurous travelers can hike past waterfalls and up into the clouds on Mount Liamuiga, the dormant volcano that rises nearly 4,000 feet and whose lower slopes are home to an array of tropical plants, birds and other wildlife.

Day 9

Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis

Day 10

Virgin Gorda, BVI

Dramatic geology, unspoiled landscapes, quiet coves and gorgeous beaches are all part of Virgin Gorda’s appeal. Along the western ridge of the plump middle is Gorda Peak National Park, whose trails deliver stunning panoramic views. At the island’s southernmost tip is its most famous landmark, the Baths. Here massive granite boulders form tidal pools, grottoes and arches, and separate the white sands of Devil’s Bay and Spring Bay beaches. Spanish Town and Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbour are laid-back centers of commercial and maritime activity. For a taste of local history, visit the clifftop ruins of a copper mine or Little Fort National Park, now a nature preserve. As the island stretches north, its roads end. The most exclusive resorts, restaurants and private homes are only reachable by boat, including the scenic, sheltered North Sound, popular for watersports.

Day 11

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Disembarkation.

Overview

Exclusive yachting – San Juan to San Juan

Ring in the holidays among the Caribbean islands, legendary for pristine beaches and balmy weather. Sail a catamaran to deserted islets, tour the distilleries that produce renowned rums from regional sugarcane, or visit the clifftop ruins of a copper mine.

Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection

A voyage with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection offers an unprecedented opportunity to be untethered. Here, freedom and flexibility allow immersion in life’s exceptional experiences; exploration of earth’s exquisite and unexpected hideaways; and stirring of passions and curiosities that create new and deepened connections.

All of this delivered in an intimate setting with a heightened level of care and attention. Enlivened and enlightened, marvel at the beauty of the world though fresh eyes. Live untethered, live fully.

Please note: more Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection voyages are available, not all of them are listed online. Please contact us for more details.

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Ship information

Ritz-Carlton Evrima

Vessel Type: Mega Yacht
Length: 190 meters
Passenger Capacity: 298

Crew Capacity: 246

Year Built: 2021

Set sail on a journey of discovery with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection. Designed to combine the luxury lifestyle of The Ritz-Carlton® and the casual freedom of a yachting vacation, The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will offer bespoke voyages on the first of three custom-built yachts in 2021.
Each yacht will feature 149 suites, each with its own private terrace, and accommodate up to 298 guests in a relaxed, casually elegant atmosphere. As with The Ritz-Carlton® on land, each yacht will feature personalized service, elevated dining and luxury amenities. Exclusive yachting experience!

Some of the highlights aboard the Ritz-Carlton Evrima:

All-suite oceanview accommodations, each with private terrace • Dedicated Personal Assistant attending each suite • Onboard gratuities • Multiple dining venues; main dining room, Asian fusion restaurant, seafood grill, poolside grill and Aqua restaurant –developed by three-star Michelin chef Sven Elverfeld, Bon Appétit! • 24-hour in-suite dining • Beverages in-suite and throughout the yacht • Onboard entertainment and enrichment • Wi-Fi • Marina-style platform with access to watersports • Spa • Panorama Lounge and wine bar

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