The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection (RCYC) is a new entrant to the luxury cruise segment. Bringing the Ritz-Carlton experience to the seas, RCYC is focused on providing guests with an upscale but relaxed yachting experience. Its next generation yachts offer all of the expected comforts, with a variety of onboard activities and dining venues. Below are details on Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection’s current and future fleet.
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|Length / Beam||623’ / 79’|
|Crew-to-Passenger Ratio: 1||1.2|
Evrima is the first of three announced yachts planned for the Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection. All suites on the Evrima include a terrace, providing guests with a personal outdoor space.
Guests can eat at any of the 5 dining venues, including S.E.A. a specialty dining experience designed by Chef Sven Elverfeld of Aqua, the three Michelin-starred restaurant at The Ritz-Carlton® in Wolfsburg (an additional fee applies for S.E.A.). The Evrima has 2 bars & lounges (including a cigar and cognac bar). A full-service spa is available, as well as a fully-equipped fitness center. The Evrima has 2 pools and 2 hot tubs, plus a large marina on deck 3 with many water sport activities available to guests.
|Length / Beam||705’ / 92’|
|Crew-to-Passenger Ratio: 1||TBA|
Ilma & Luminara
The next generation of yachts for RCYC, the details of these sister ships have not been released by RCYC. As soon as we get more details we will update this page!
1 The number of passengers per crew member. A lower number tends to mean more attentive service. All of our partners have industry leading passenger to crew ratios.
2 The gross tonnage of the ship per passenger. A higher number means more space on board per passenger. Our partners typically have ~2x the industry average.