All-suite megayacht luxury

Untethered from the constraints of a classic cruise, the intimate 149-suite Evirma — the debut ship from The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection — endeavors to bring the all-inclusive sailing experience to luxurious new shores. Aptly named after the Greek word for “discovery,” the 624-foot vessel sails to the world’s yachting playgrounds, eschewing the strict itineraries of traditional cruises for a more laid-back approach to seaborne exploration.

Privacy and exclusivity are the name of the game aboard the Evrima. Carefully curated menus inspired by ports of call offer a taste of adventure without setting foot off the ship. Beautifully appointed staterooms each offer expansive terraces for sea views with extra privacy. Two pools, five dining venues and two lounges ensure crowds are never a problem, especially with fewer than 300 guests on board. And you’ll enjoy The Ritz-Carlton’s hallmarks, from The Ritz-Carlton Spa to the attentive service (with a nearly 1-to-1 staff-to-guest ratio onboard, you’ll want for nothing during your all-inclusive cruise, and a personal concierge is assigned to each stateroom). Flexible multi-day journeys embody the best of the yacht life, ensuring a custom sea adventure you won’t soon forget.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Evrima boasts some of the largest staterooms at sea, starting at 350 square feet (complete with king bed, double vanity bathroom and terrace) and topping out at more than 1,600 square feet for the opulent Owner’s Suite. The ship also features two-floor Lofts.
  • Luxurious Ritz-Carlton touches like Frette robes, Diptyque toiletries and signature spa oils make their way onto the sumptuous megayacht for an all-encompassing high-end hotel experience at sea.
  • Muscle-melting massages using ESPA products can be enjoyed with sea breezes thanks to private terraces attached to each of the spa’s five treatment rooms. An exclusive spa deck allows for extra post-massage relaxation — we recommend a dip in the ocean-view hot tub.
  • All sailings include at least two days at anchor, allowing you ample time to explore each port of call along the way.
  • S.E.A. — so named for acclaimed head chef Sven Elverfeld — offers a European-style seven-course tasting menu modeled after the chef’s lauded restaurant at The Ritz-Carlton, Wolfsburg in Germany. It should be noted that the white-tablecloth affair is not part of the all-inclusive plan but is a must.

The Restaurants

  • Signature restaurant The Evrima Room serves three meals per day inspired by the ever-changing ports of call visited by the megayacht. A Mallorca-themed menu might feature octopus, heirloom tomato risotto and a delicate lemon tart.
  • Savor Southeast Asian fare at the more casual Talaat Nam. The indoor-outdoor spot makes good use of the yacht’s limited space by physically wrapping around S.E.A. and providing stellar sunset views in the process.
  • Poolside Mistral delivers a pleasant alfresco Mediterranean dining experience. Sample flame-grilled fare and fresh catch are at this casual eatery.

Cruise Line
The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection