Ritz-Carlton’s Subsequent New Ship Reaches Building Milestone
Ritz-Carlton Yacht Assortment’s subsequent new ship, Ilma, reached a building milestone this week with the keel laying on the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France.
The keel laying marks the official begin of building of a brand new cruise ship because the blocks of the vessel start to return collectively. The cruise line’s second yacht, Ilma, is scheduled to enter service in 2024. Ilma means “water” in Maltese.
“We’re thrilled to rejoice this essential milestone and to associate with Chantiers de l’Atlantique on the development of Ilma,” commented Douglas Prothero, Chief Government Officer for The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Assortment. “As we increase our fleet, we sit up for persevering with to create distinctive experiences that remember the yachting way of life and are remodeling the luxurious cruising class.”
Ilma could have one the best area and staff-to-guest ratios amongst all luxurious cruise ships. The ship will accommodate 456 friends in 228 suites.
The onboard expertise will replicate the elegant consolation and legendary service for which The Ritz-Carlton model is acknowledged. It will likely be the primary yacht within the assortment to make the most of liquefied pure fuel (LNG) as a gas supply – additional positioning The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Assortment as an innovator with the business.
Reservations for cruises on Ilma at the moment are open for bookings.