THE RITZ-CARLTON YACHT COLLECTION    LUXURY MEDITERRANEAN VOYAGES

DEPARTURE APR 09 2020

VOYAGE:LISBON〜PALMA DE MALLORCA, BALEARIC ISLANDS 11200409

DURATION: 8 NIGHTS

FARES FROM USD $6,568*

ITINERARY/OVERWIEW

Apr09 Lisbon 23:59 Depart

Apr10 Sailing Time

Apr11 Gibraltar 13:00Arrive 23:00Depart

Apr12 Malaga 09:00Arrive 23:59Depart

Apr13 Sailing Time

Apr14 Valencia 09:00Arrive 23:59Depart

Apr15 Ibiza Balearic Islands 13:00Arrive

Apr16 Ibiza Balearic Islands 23:59Depart

Apr17 Palma de Mallorca Balearic Islands 07:00Arrive

Sail through the storied straits of Gibraltar — where the Atlantic meets the Mediterranean — to the enchanting capital of the Balearics. Along the way, explore the cultural riches — ancient, artistic, culinary and historic — of a British outpost, sun-drenched Spanish cities and the legendary White Isle.

SUITES&FARES

■THE OWNER SUITES  Please Call For Information                                                            Request a Call>

 MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS

・Large private terrace overlooking the ocean, with private whirlpool

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxurious and modern Living and dining area

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference

■THE vIEW SUITES Please Call For Information                                                             Request a Call>

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS 

・Dramatic floor to ceiling glass throughout

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxurious and modern Living and dining area

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference

■THE GRand SUITES  $12,868*                                                                                           Request a Call>

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS 

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference

■THE LOFT SUITES  $12,868*                                                                                                Request a Call>

 

 MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS  

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean on the upper level

・Picture window on the lower level

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxurious and modern living and dining area on the upper level

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

・Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference

■THE SIGNATURE MID SUITES  $11,168*                                                                          Request a Call>

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS 

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean

・Certrally located on the yacht

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference 

 

 

■THE SIGNATURE  SUITES  $10,668                                                                                   Request a Call>

 

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS 

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference 

■THE TERRACE MID SUITES  $6,868*                                                                                  Request a Call>

 

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS 

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean

・Certrally located on the yacht

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference 

 

■THE TERRACE SUITES  $6,568*                                                                                           Request a Call>

 

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS 

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference  

*Fares are per person based on double occupancy.Taxes,fees and port extenses of $268 per passenger are includes.

■Lisbon, Portugal

 

Portugal’s capital on the Atlantic Ocean is comprised of several key districts built on seven hills. A good place to begin is the historic Alfama district, a maze of medieval streets and alleyways leading to a hilltop on which you will find the Castelo de São Jorge. One of Lisbon’s most popular attractions, the castle provides sweeping views over the city. Descend to the riverfront Baixa district to enjoy its shopping, restaurants and neoclassical architecture. The Bélem district is home to a pair of UNESCO World Heritage sites: Bélem Tower, celebrating the Age of Discovery, and Jerónimos Monastery, a prime example of ornate Manueline architecture. If time permits, the charming villages of Sintra and Cascais are only a short distance away, and many choose to make the pilgrimage from Lisbon to Fátima, where apparitions of the Virgin Mary appeared in 1917. 

■Gibraltar,Gibraltar

 

This British Overseas Territory on Spain’s southern coast is dominated by the Rock of Gibraltar, fondly called The Rock. For spectacular views, take a six-minute cable car ride to the top, where you can see two continents, two bodies of water and three countries. A short walk brings you to the Gibraltar Nature Reserve and the cheeky Barbary macaques, the famous monkeys that roam freely here. Other highlights include the illuminated stalagmites of St. Michael’s Cave and the Great Siege Tunnels, a maze of defensive fortifications carved into the rock in the 18th century and extended to an underground city during World War II, housing the garrison, canons, artillery and food. Another cave adventure is the Gorham’s Cave Complex, a UNESCO World Heritage site where rock carvings provide evidence of Neanderthal man dating back 120,000 years.

■Málaga,Spain 

  

 

Tall hotels rise up from the golden beaches in Málaga, the historic enclave on the Costa del Sol. While the Mediterranean bathes its coastline, Málaga's mountains back the city to form a cocoon that ensures mild weather. Málaga is among the world's oldest cities, founded 2,800 years ago and settled by Phoenicians, Greeks, Carthaginians, Romans, Byzantines, Visigoths and Christians. Looming over the skyline are the citadels Alcazaba and Castle of Gibralfaro, remnants of Moorish rule. Málaga was revitalized in recent years, now featuring some 30 museums and an edgy urban art community. Picasso's hometown naturally has a museum dedicated to him, as well as the Centre Pompidou and Museo Carmen Thyssen. Málaga also boasts a chic cuisine scene – but a simple bowl of traditional porra antequerana soup is never hard to find. A must-see in the hills surrounding Málaga are the pueblos blancos, white villages bursting with Andalusian charm.

 

 

■Valencia,Spain

The distinctive cityscape of Valencia harmoniously blends centuries of architecture. The first stone of Valencia Cathedral was laid in 1262, and one of the chapels holds a chalice purported to be the true Holy Grail. Meanwhile, the Plaza del Mercado provides a delightful contrast between the art nouveau Mercado Central and the Gothic architecture of Lonja de la Seda, a former silk exchange and UNESCO World Heritage site. Moving into the 21st century, the City of Arts and Sciences was designed by renowned Valencian architect Santiago Calatrava and opened in 2005. The soaring arches and gleaming glass of the modern structures host the largest aquarium in Europe, the tallest opera house in the world and other museums. Additional treasures can be found north of town in the Lladró Porcelain Museum. Valencia also has a lovely beachfront promenade, a great place to sample paella in the city where the dish was invented.

■Ibiza,Balearic Islands,Spain

One of Europe's favorite playgrounds, Ibiza boasts more than 100 miles of coastline frosted with exquisite beaches. It's a hub of sun worship, white sand, beach bars and clubs that buzz all night. And there's history too. The fortified Old Town, known as Dalt Vila, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a spectacular example of Renaissance military architecture. Carrer del Calvari leads to Portal Nou, the entrance through the old city walls, and a walk up the hill reveals panoramic views of the city. Interestingly, the contemporary art museum is found here – housed in a 17th-century building – as is the impressive Ibiza Cathedral. Another fascinating site, the necropolis of Puig des Molins features ancient burial chambers and treasures found within them, including painted ostrich eggs. The island is home to multiple vineyards producing high-quality wines, and shopping ranges from the famous hippy markets to luxury boutiques.T

■Palma de Mallorca,Balearic Islands,Spain

 

The capital of the Balearic Islands, beautiful Palma is famous for La Seu, the massive Cathedral of Santa Maria overlooking the bay. The adjacent Alumdaina Palace has been a royal residence since the 14th century, and the Gothic-style Bellver Castle houses the city's history museum. The Juan March Foundation Museum boasts a permanent collection of 70 works by the most important Spanish vanguard artists of the 20th century. Beachgoers will find abundant options offering water sports, sailing, horseback riding and more, and shoppers should check out Avenue Jaime III and the tree-lined Passeig del Born. The rest of Mallorca holds plenty of appeal as well, from the Carthusian monastery where George Sand and Frédéric Chopin once stayed to the remarkable stalactites of the underground lake known as Cuevas del Drach.