Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection Introduces Inaugural Itineraries

   April 17, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

The newest luxury cruise company Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection released the new itineraries for its first full season 2020. These include voyages to almost all corners of the world.

  • Caribbean: The cruise line opens up an inaugural Caribbean season with a 5-night, round-trip cruise from Fort Lauderdale FL (February 1, 2020); a 10-night Fort Lauderdale to Barbados (February 5); a 7-night Barbados to Cartagena (February 15); and a 7-night Cartagena to Barbados (February 22). During the rest of the season, the company sails to St Lucia, San Juan, St Maarten, Cozumel.
  • Mediterranean: From the Caribbean, Ritz-Carlton sails a transatlantic, 12-night itinerary out of Barbados to Lisbon prior to kicking off its European season with an 8-night Lisbon to Palma de Mallorca cruise on April 9, 2020. From here, the cruise line sails 7-nights Valletta to Athens on April 26; 7-nights Athens to Venice May 3; 11-nights Venice to Rome May 10; and an 8-night roundtrip to Rome May 21. The rest of the season rounds out with cruises from Barcelona to Palma de Mallorca/Lisbon, and Lisbon to Bordeaux.

Ritz-Carlton Cruises

  • Northern Europe: On July 5, 2020 the cruise line kicks off its Northern Europe season with a 9-night Bordeaux to London itinerary. From here it sails a 9-night cruise from London to Hamburg July 14; a 7-night Hamburg to Copenhagen July 23; and a 10-night Copenhagen to Stockholm August 9. Then, it heads back to Copenhagen and sails to Edinburgh, Reykjavik, Halifax.
  • Canada & New England: The line wraps up its inaugural year with a season in Canada & New England, starting in Halifax prior to sailing a 7-night itinerary to Boston September 26. It then sails a 12-night itinerary to Montreal October 3; a 12-night itinerary back to Boston October 15; and a 9-night Boston to Nassau October 27.

The first, yet-unnamed vessel of Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection goes on sale in May with an inaugural cruise in February 2020 and 2 more ships due to sail within 24 months of its debut.

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