The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will start sailings from Turkiye to Istanbul, Bodrum and Kusadasi

The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection, which organizes luxury cruises to the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, the Caribbean and Central America, will also launch cruises from Turkiye to Istanbul, Bodrum and Kusadasi.

The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection organizes luxury cruises to the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, the Caribbean and Central America. The company’s first super luxury cruise ship, Evrima, sailed in October 2022. The new ships named Ilma and Luminara are planned to go to sea in 2024 and 2025, respectively.

The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection’s ships attract attention with their ultra-luxurious features.

For example, the 242-meter-long Luminara will feature 226 spacious suites, each with a private terrace, The Residential Suite and The Ritz-Carlton SPA.

Ilma and Luminara have not yet set sail, but Turkiye has taken its place in the program of these ultra-luxury ships with Istanbul, Bodrum and Kusadasi.

Evrima will visit Istanbul in September 2024. The price of this trip starts from $11 thousand 800 (₺370 thousand). The ship’s June 2025 schedule includes Kusadasi and Istanbul, and July and August 2025 schedule includes Bodrum.


Ilma will come to Istanbul in May 2025. This voyage, starting from $7900, will depart from Athens on May 18. As part of the expedition, it will visit Kusadasi and Istanbul. On May 25, with the voyage departing from Istanbul, Ilma will go to Thessaloniki and stop at Kusadasi after the Greek islands. This voyage, where prices start from $8135, will end in Athens. Ilma’s voyage from Athens in June includes Kusadasi and Bodrum.

Luminara, which means “Light” in Latin, will first come to Turkiye in June 2025 as part of the 9-night Athens program. About Turkiye for this expedition, where prices start from $12 thousand 500 the following was said, “Experience two of Turkiye’s greatest landmarks with an overnight stay in Istanbul, the crossroads of civilization, and a visit to the remarkably restored ruins of the ancient Greco-Roman city of Ephesus.” Bodrum and Kusadasi are also included as stopover points in the ship’s program departing from Athens on September 11.

Source: Patronlardunyasi / Prepared by Irem Yildiz

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