Ritz-Carlton Cruise Line Announces 2024 Europe Itineraries

The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection has announced its 2024 Mediterranean itineraries for its first yacht, Evrima.

The line’s extended Mediterranean season will run from April to November, introducing 21 new voyages with stops in the Greek Islands, Balearic Islands and the French Riviera. New destinations will include Seville, Spain; Sardinia, Italy; Syros, Greece; Trogir, Croatia, and more, plus overnight stays in Casablanca, Morocco; Monte Carlo, Monaco; Dubrovnik, Croatia; and Portofino, Italy, among others.

Most sailings will last seven to 11 nights.

Trogir, Croatia

In each destination, guests will be able to choose from a selection of experiences in the line’s Shore collection, or use the Ashore Concierge service to customize their own private tours.

For a limited time, a selection of additional opportunities are available for private charters. Multiple voyages, calling at Italy, France and Monaco during the 2024 Grand Prix, can be fully customized to offer personalized itineraries, including time in port with bespoke shore excursions and special events.

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Evrima is the first of three custom-built yachts commissioned by The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection. On board, passengers can enjoy the yacht’s marina water sports, infinity pool and spa treatments.

Onboard restaurants will include the Southeast Asian restaurant Talaat Nam, the open-air Mediterranean restaurant Mistral and the signature SEA restaurant designed by Chef Sven Elverfeld.

Reservations for EvrimaSummer 2024 routes are now open.

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(Courtesy of The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection)

After seven initial delays due to the pandemic, supply chain issues and other issues, Evrima is currently due to sail for the first time on August 31, 2022 from Piraeus, Greece, which is the port of Athens.

Last month, the 26,500 gross ton vessel successfully completed its sea trials.

Evrimathe largest sister ships of , called He had me and Luminaraare scheduled to debut in 2024 and 2025. The Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard has just hosted a steel cutting ceremony for He had me Wednesday, July 13.

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