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Saturday,  July 13, 2024 10:08 AM 

And the name of Ritz-Carlton's first yacht is...

And the name of Ritz-Carlton's first yacht is...

With a little over a year before it sets sail on its inaugural voyage, the Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection has unveiled the name of it’s first yacht.

The first yacht will be named Azora, meaning “sky blue,” a word of Spanish origin derived from “azure” and the color “azul.”

With blue as a signature color of The Ritz-Carlton brand and an inspiration-inducing color of travel, Azora was a fitting choice for The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection’s inaugural yacht. The calmness of the sky and serenity of the ocean are also highly representative of the color, opening the mind to creativity, relaxation and new experiences.

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“We are thrilled to officially reveal the name of the inaugural yacht from The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection,” said Doug Prothero, CEO of The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection. “We wanted to select a name that embodies the wanderlust of a luxury journey at sea and inspires travelers to dream of their next destination. Azora, which evokes the beauty of the sky and ocean, does both.”

What’s onboard

The specially designed yacht, which is expected to set sail in February 2020, will measure 190 meters (624-feet), accommodate up to 298 guests and feature 149 suites, each with its own private terrace. The yacht will also feature two 102 square-meter (1098 square-feet) lavish Owner’s suites, each with its own private 55 square-meter (592 square-feet) terrace.

The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection guests will enjoy an all-inclusive luxury experience including spacious accommodations, onboard activities and entertainment, beverages, multiple dining venues, onboard gratuities, WiFi and watersports from the yacht’s marina platform. Signature experiences available for an additional fee include a culinary experience at the yacht’s signature restaurant designed by Michelin-starred Chef Sven Elverfeld of The Ritz-Carlton, Wolfsburg, spa treatments, and immersive excursions offered through The Shore Collection. Voyage prices vary based upon the itinerary and season. The yachts are also available for private charter.