Four Seasons Yachts

New luxury super yacht operator Four Seasons Yachts on Tuesday announced 13 new summer and autumn voyages for its inaugural year in 2026, including stops in Malta.

Four Seasons Yachts is jointly-owned and operated by Canadian hotel company Four Seasons and Malta-based yacht sales and marketing company Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings Ltd, which is owned by entrepreneur Nadim Ashi.

Earlier this year, Four Seasons Yachts unveiled its first 10 voyages, including three Caribbean journeys, an Atlantic crossing, two Mediterranean tours, and four itineraries through the Aegean, Ionian and Adriatic Seas.

In addition to this, on Tuesday the company revealed 13 new voyages, together with 22 more sailings to mark the first year of operations of its Four Seasons I yacht.

The new voyages include two new seven-night itineraries on the Adriatic Sea, anchoring in Croatia, Slovenia, Italy and Montenegro.

New seven-night Grand Mediterranean journeys including one that goes around southern Italy from the Adriatic Sea to Sicily, before its final destination in Malta, as well as another that begins in Malta and then heads north along the Italian coast, spending several days on the Côte d’Azur (French Riviera).

Positano / Four Seasons Yachts
Positano, Italy / Four Seasons Yachts

Four Seasons Yachts also launched additional five-, seven-, and nine-night voyages that include a number of ports of call such as Saint-Tropez (France), Cannes (France), Monte Carlo (Monaco), Capri (Italy), Positano (Italy), Taormina (Italy), Palma de Mallorca (Spain) and Valencia (Spain). The itinerary also includes the likes of Portovenere (Italy), Fréjus (France) and Mandelieu-la-Napoule (France), Ciutadella de Menorca (Spain), as well as Malta’s sister island, Gozo.

Another new itinerary for 2026 invites travellers on an 11-night Atlantic crossing that starts in the Canary Islands (Spain) and disembarks in Barbados.

Options that depart from Malta start from $24,300 (€22,635) per suite, with the lowest-priced voyage featuring stops at the likes of Chania (Greece), Mykonos (Greece) and Marmaris (Türkiye). More expensive options feature stops such as Capri, Nice (France), and Monte Carlo, among others.

The first voyages featuring Malta commence in March 2026.

Promotional images released by Four Seasons Yachts shows the company’s first yacht carrying the Maltese flag, indicating that the luxurious vessel is set to be registered in Malta.

Monte Carlo / Four Seasons Yachts
Monte Carlo, Monaco / Four Seasons Yachts

“Each aspect of the Four Seasons Yachts experience, from the onboard offerings to the curated itineraries, reflects a deep understanding of our guests and our ability to create memorable moments of personalised care and service,” Four Seasons President and CEO Alejandro Reynal said.

“These exceptional Mediterranean destinations, both rare and beloved, are precisely where our guests wish to travel with Four Seasons, and it’s been wonderful to see the excitement build as we unveil new details about our inaugural journeys,” he continued.

Four Seasons Yachts Vice President of Business Development and Sales Excellence Nils Lindstad said that the company is pleased to unveil the remainder of its 2026 Mediterranean portfolio.

He remarked that the itineraries offer “unparalleled journeys that blend the timeless allure of the Adriatic Sea and French and Italian Rivieras and beyond with the epitome of yachting luxury.”

“Each voyage is a carefully curated experience designed to immerse our guests in the rich tapestry of cultures through overnight stays, shoreside experiences, and the ability to discover destinations as the locals do,” he stated.

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