Fincantieri confirms order for second Four Seasons Yachts vessel

Fincantieri has confirmed an order to build Four Seasons Yachts’ second vessel, with delivery slated for 2026.

The order is worth more than €400 million and has been signed with Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings, joint owner and operator of the luxury line.

The first ship in the Four Seasons Yachts fleet is currently being built by Fincantieri and is due to be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2025.

Larry Pimentel, president and chief executive of Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings, said: “The signing of our second vessel contract with Fincantieri is another milestone in the development of Four Seasons Yachts.

“Our partnership with Fincantieri and Four Seasons creates a powerful triumvirate of expertise that is committed to delivering a ‘category of on’ luxury lifestyle yacht experience. I am proud of the talented team and collaboration behind this stunning enterprise project.”

Alejandro Reynal, President and chief executive of Four Seasons, added: “With each Four Seasons experience we deliver, we have an unwavering commitment to excellence. In the case of Four Seasons Yachts, we are achieving this by collaborating with exceptional partners like Fincantieri and Marc-Henry Cruise Holdings who share our vision for a one-of-a-kind luxury yachting experience.

“We are proud to extend our partnership with Fincantieri on this next vessel and look forward to embarking on our first nautical journey together soon.”

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