The first images of the highly anticipated 250 million pound (€ 290 million / $ 300 million) mega yacht have been unveiled by luxury hotel group The Ritz-Carlton.
Interiors of the 623-foot (189-meter) vessel, called Evrima, reveal the impressive standards guests can expect, with sleek modern furniture offering a five-star hotel feel.
Two photos show the ship’s “Grand Suite,” complete with a modern lounge and dining area, a spacious balcony and a large bedroom with a king-size bed.
The first images of the highly anticipated 250 million pound (€ 290 million / $ 300 million) Eurima superyacht were unveiled by luxury hotel group The Ritz-Carlton. In the photo, the bedroom inside the ship’s “large suite”
Interior photos of the 623-foot (189-meter) vessel reveal the impressive standards guests can expect, with sleek modern furniture giving the feel of a five-star hotel. Pictured is a dining area inside the ‘Grand Suite’ of a giant yacht
Many suites at Evrima feature spacious bathrooms with double sinks and deep soaking tubs.
Meanwhile, the ship’s “front wing” and two-deck “upper wing” were also filmed for the first time, with the same attention to detail running throughout.
Another photo shows a light bathroom, complete with double sinks and a deep soaking tub.
Evrima, a name of Greek origin meaning “discovery”, will sail its first voyage around the Mediterranean on 6 August with the Caribbean Islands’ next point of contact in November. Flights start at 3,441 pounds (4,013 euros / 4,200 dollars).
In total, the ten-deck mega-yacht, currently moored in Santander, Spain, can accommodate up to 298 passengers across 149 suites.
One of the larger cabin options is the “Owner’s Suite”, which extends over 1,091 square feet (101 square meters) and includes a wrap-around terrace with Jacuzzi.
But no matter what cabin option guests enjoy, all suites have private balconies, high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows so they can enjoy ocean views as they go.
In terms of eateries, there are six different places for passengers to feast, offering everything from sushi to skillfully presented Mediterranean meals.
One of the ship’s most anticipated restaurants is SEA, designed by chef Sven Elverfeld, who heads Aqua Restaurant, a three-Michelin-star restaurant at the Ritz-Carlton Wolfsburg in Germany.
Guests are asked to expect a “European tasting menu in a sophisticated environment with contemporary flair”.
All suites on the ship have balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows. In the photo, a lounge inside one of the “Premium Suites”
Evrima, a name of Greek origin meaning “discovery”, will sail its first voyage around the Mediterranean on 6 August with the Caribbean Islands’ next point of contact in November. In the photo, the inside of the “Featured Suite”
So that passengers can keep the ship in shape while at sea, the ship has a modern fitness studio with personal training sessions and classes in the gym.
There is also a spa area with five treatment rooms, a beauty salon, a sauna, a steam room and quiet areas so that passengers can “really unwind”.
Other facilities on board include a kids’ club, an infinity pool outside, a sprawling deck area and a sprawling arch where cocktail parties will be held.
The extended bow can be seen in a view of the ship, along with the sun terrace on the upper deck.
Once the ship has docked at the destinations, there will be a porter on board to create customized routes for the guests.
The American company Ritz-Carlton says of its activities to the country: “If guests work with local guides selected for their insider knowledge, guests will enjoy a highly personal and immersive journey while exploring the culture of each destination.”
Most Efrema trips range from seven to ten nights, with “no two flights alike, so guests can combine itineraries without repeating a destination”.
Depending on the season, Evrema will visit the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, Central America and South America and destinations along the way will range from the Spanish Balearic Islands to the French Riviera to the beaches of Aruba and the tropical coast of Costa Rica.
The mega yacht’s two-deck loft suites have bedrooms on the lower deck (photo) and master bathrooms on the upper deck.
The ship has an elongated arch, as seen in the photo above, where cocktail parties will be held
The Ritz-Carlton says Evrima’s intimate size will allow it to reach some of its most prestigious ports, offering a “yacht-style cruise” to destinations such as Mykonos, St Tropez and St Barts.
Evrima is the first ship to be launched in the Ritz-Carlton yacht series with two more ships to follow.
The superyachts Elma and Luminara are scheduled to sail in 2024 and 2025 respectively, and each will have 228 suites with private terraces.
Amenities on both ships will include five restaurants, six bars, a wine cellar and The Ritz-Carlton Spa.
Commenting on the launch of The Ritz-Carlton Yachting Collection, Donna McNamara, Vice President and World Brand Leader at The Ritz-Carlton, said: “The Ritz-Carlton Yachting Collection is an incredibly exciting launch for The Ritz-Carlton, which has the spirit embodied. of innovation and evolution of our legendary brand.
“We are delighted to invite our guests to experience the brand in a new way and usher in an exciting chapter.”
Meanwhile, Douglas Prothero, CEO of The Ritz-Carlton Yachting Group, added: “Every element of the luxury yachting experience was carefully considered when the Evrima was created.
This attention to detail and innovation, and our commitment to delivering immersive and highly personalized cruises, will place The Ritz-Carlton Yachting Group in a league of its own, promising memorable holidays for both long-term cruisers and those new to the cruise. space.
For more information on visiting The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection www.ritzcarltonyachtcollection.com.