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Ritz-Carlton Yacht to Be Renamed

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The Ritz-Carlton’s first yacht, Azora, is getting a name change.

Slated to begin sailing next year, the ship will instead be named Evrima, according to CruiseCritic.

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A Greek name that means discovery, the new moniker was selected to highlight the ship’s goal of immersing its travelers in exceptional experiences, CruiseCritic reported.

The company also recently announced that the ship’s first voyage, from Ft. Lauderdale to Bridgetown, Barbados, will take place later than expected, departing in June 2020 instead of the originally planned February 5 departure date.

Ritz-Carlton’s yacht collection will offer bespoke voyages on custom-built yachts. Most of the itineraries are to range from seven to 10 nights and will feature uniquely curated shore experiences in the Caribbean, Mediterranean, and northern Europe.

The three yachts in its collection, which are set to launch in 2020, will include 149 luxe suites and will be able to accommodate as many as 298 passengers.

Accommodations will range from 312-square-foot Terrace Suites to 1,098-square-foot Owner’s Suites. A Loft Suite category will feature a two-story design.

All suites feature a private terrace, floor-to-ceiling windows, and signature Ritz-Carlton bed and bath amenities.

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