Ritz-Carlton Evrima accidents and incidents
Ritz-Carlton Yacht 1, Ritz-Carlton Azora
190 m / 623 ft
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- delayed delivery of the vessel due to shipyard issues
|March 2020||Structural and Technical Issues|
In March 2020, due to shipbuilding delays, Ritz-Carlton postponed cruise company's launch to April 22, 2021 (instead of February 1, 2020, as previously planned) when the Evrima ship is scheduled to start its maiden voyage from Lisbon.
All affected bookings received a full monetary refund (100% reimbursement of the fare paid). Independently booked flights and hotels were also fully reimbursed (for date changes or cancellation fees) and travel agents' commissions protected (cruise-only commissions for all cancelled voyages). Next are listed all cancelled Ritz-Carlton cruises as departure dates, booking codes (in brackets) and lowest prices per person (in EUR) on themed voyages.
The maiden voyage (April 22, 2021) is a 9-night itinerary Lisbon to Palma de Mallorca (code 11210422).
|30 September 2019||Structural and Technical Issues|
On September 30, 2019, the shipowner Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection announced an over 4 months delay (due to shipyard issues / "challenges around the former shipyard management") for fleet's first vessel. The superyacht Evrima was initially planned for inauguration in February 2020, then postponed for June 3, 2020.
As compensation, all canceled bookings received full refund (credited back to the original form of payment within 2 weeks), full reimbursement of any flight/hotel change fees incurred, plus future cruise booking discount on rebooked 2020-2021 cruises. The discounts offered were 30% (for those who rebook by October 31, 2019), 25% (rebookings by March 31, 2020) and 20% (rebookings by September 30, 2020). Travel agents' commissions were fully preserved.
Along with the construction delay, the "Ritz-Carlton Yacht 1" project's cost increased by EUR 50 million - to EUR 290 million, from the initial EUR 240 million.
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