Superyacht Ritz Carlton Evrima

One of the world’s most luxurious cruises, the Ritz-Carlton Evrima superyacht hotel, was spotted between the islands of Gozo and Comino on Sunday (yesterday).

The Malta-registered vessel belonging to the Ritz-Carlton Collection cost €290 million to build and is capable of carrying up to 298 passengers and 246 crew members. The 190-metre-long vessel departed on its maiden voyage in October 2022.

Ritz Carlton Evrima superyacht beside the Gozo Channel ferry

Guests can enjoy a cruise abroad the superyacht for a minimum fare of €5,000 or a maximum of €25,000 per person. The near one-to-one ratio of crew to guests enables the cruise to maintain a personalised experience, with each suite having access to a dedicated concierge, as well as a separate concierge to organise trips ashore.

The superyacht includes a variety of ways for guests to enjoy their time aboard, with in-house spa and gym facilities, a boutique store and live entertainment. It also features a number of lounges and eateries, including three-Michelin-starred restaurants.

The company has two additional 456-passenger yachts on order from France’s Chantiers de l-Atlantique, slated for delivery in 2024 and 2025.

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