The Italian shipyard Fincantieri has been contracted by Four Seasons Yachts to construct a second ultra-luxury cruise ship. The ship costs the company €400 million and will be delivered last quarter of 2025.
“The confirmation of trust from a prestigious brand like Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings, which is responsible for marine and technical, and sales and marketing of Four Seasons Yachts, is a great satisfaction for us and further proof of the validity of a unique entrepreneurial project destined to change the world of cruises in terms of design, technology, and sustainability,” said Pierroberto Folgiero, CEO of Fincantieri.
Currently under construction at Fincantieri, the first vessel for Four Seasons Yachts will be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2025 and will have exterior and guest rooms designed by Swedish firm Tillberg Design. The 207-meter vessel will have a big pool on the fifth deck, a spa, a salon, and various dining and entertainment venues spread throughout its 14 decks. A transverse ‘dual marina’ from port to starboard will allow passengers to efficiently use the water for swimming, sports, and beach transfers. A floating eating experience will also be available in the area.
The London-based Martin Brudnizki Design Studio will design many of the guest rooms, while Prosper Assouline will be in charge of the ship’s artistic vision.For Larry Pimentel, CEO of Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings, the signing of the contract for the construction of the second vessel with Fincantieri represents a significant step forwards in the evolution of Four Seasons Yachts. “Our collaboration with Fincantieri and Four Seasons form a formidable trinity of expertise dedicated to providing a ‘category of one’ premium lifestyle yacht experience. I am happy with how well this business venture was coordinated and ex