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Four Seasons’ exclusive new yachts will take you to ritzy ports in the Caribbean and Mediterranean come 2026

Four Seasons is already famous for its over-the-top private jet itineraries that have travelers with deep pockets flying between world-famous landmarks, cosmopolitan cities and adventures in national parks, safari camps and everything in between.

Now, Four Seasons is unveiling its first set of luxury cruise itineraries on the soon-to-launch collection of Four Seasons Yachts, which were initially announced back in 2022.

For its inaugural season (assuming the ship-building process continues without any hiccups), discerning travelers can visit the Caribbean between January and March 2026 on seven-night sailings that include tropical destinations like St. Barts, Nevis, the Grenadines, St. Lucia, Barbados, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Curacao and Aruba.

a rendering of a cruise ship pool surrounded by chairs and umbrellas

For example, the “Lesser Antilles Featuring Nevis & the Grenadines” cruise, which starts at $19,900 per suite, leaves Philipsburg, St. Maarten, and has full anchored days in destinations like Gustavia, St. Barts, and Charlestown, Nevis, alongside a full beach day and a sailing day before anchoring in Barbados.

In Europe, sailings around the Mediterranean will launch in March 2026, with stops at ports in Croatia, Gibraltar, Montenegro, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Turkey.

Starting at $28,500 per suite, the nine-night “Grand Mediterranean Featuring Saint-Tropez & Trapani” departs Malaga, Spain, and cruises the Mediterranean Sea before making stops in beautiful spots like La Joliette and St-Tropez in France, two ports in Italy (including Sicily), and Gozo and Valletta in Malta.

Or, if Greece is on the mind, the “Greek Isles featuring Santorini & Mykonos” itinerary, starting at $19,700 per suite, will take travelers from Athens to Greek stops like Santorini, Ios, Milos and Mykonos. It will also include a stop outside of Greece in Didim, Turkey.

a rendering of a cruise ship cabin with floor-to-ceiling windows and a large balcony

As for the ships themselves, would-be Four Seasons cruisers should expect the best of the best, including 95 suites that range from 500 to 10,000 square feet and feature modern design, indoor and outdoor spaces, Four Seasons signature mattresses and bedding, twice-daily housekeeping, 24-hour dining, an on-call concierge, tablets that control the room, and a minimum of a 55-inch TV with streaming capabilities, among other perks.

For even more space, choose a Funnel or Loft suite. They will include multiple bedrooms, splash pools, outdoor showers and plenty of space to spread out and relax.

a rendering of a cruise ship cabin decorated in shades of beige and white

Throughout the ships, sailors can take advantage of 11 different restaurants and bars, a spa, a pool (that can be converted to a deck for private events) and a 1:1 guest-to-staff ratio.

If you’re interested in joining one of these cruises, head to the Four Seasons Yachts contact page to sign up for more information.