VIDANTA CRUISES TO SET NEW STANDARD IN LUXURY CRUISING
Vidanta, Grupo Vidanta’s luxury vacationing brand, has announced its entry into cruising, transforming the industry by bringing new levels of luxury, comfort, and exclusivity to the Mexican coastline. Vidanta Cruises’ first ship, Vidanta Elegant, will welcome members and guests aboard later this year, with its first voyage in the fall of 2019. This endeavor further distinguishes Grupo Vidanta as the only provider of luxury accommodations in Mexico operating both on land and sea.
The launch of Vidanta Cruises marks Mexico’s first-ever luxury cruise line. Voyage itineraries are currently being finalized and will provide access to routes that no other cruise line is offering. Through Vidanta Cruises, guests will experience the high-end luxury lifestyle of Vidanta, combined with the freedom and fulfillment of a cruise vacation.
“Vidanta is proud to bring a revolutionary new approach to cruising,” said Iván Chávez, Executive Vice President of Grupo Vidanta. “We have built a legacy 45 years in the making based on the extraordinary luxury and personalized service offered by our resort vacations. Now we’re extending that legacy to the open sea while utilizing our unique perspective as a Mexican company to give access to the hidden gems of the coastline and rarely offered transformative cultural experiences.”
Vidanta Cruises’ maiden vessel, Vidanta Elegant, promises an unprecedented level of luxury. After acquiring a ship, Vidanta stripped and rebuilt it from the hull up, performing bespoke construction throughout. With the help of the best maritime engineers and architects in the world, including industry leader SMC Design, Vidanta Elegant will provide guests with an exceptionally sophisticated and stylish experience.
Boasting 149 beautiful staterooms and suites and a one-to-one passenger-to-crew ratio, Vidanta Elegant is a modern masterpiece of privacy and exclusivity. Each of the accommodations reflects comfort, style and spaciousness with stunning exterior views. By reducing the number of cabins, Vidanta was able to not only create a more intimate experience, but also to create sizable and striking accommodations more generous than suite-level units on traditional cruises. Guests will also enjoy the attentive service of a Personal Concierge assigned to their cabin available to attend to their every need.
At 153 metres long and 15,396 gross tonnes, the ship is also outfitted with six public decks and dining areas, 11 bars and lounges, an entertainment venue, a full-service spa and fitness centre, a top deck pool and several jacuzzis. In order to create a dining experience that is second to none, Vidanta Elegant will feature two highly awarded culinary veterans as its signature chefs: Chef Eric Pansu, named Best Chef in France, and Pastry Chef Pascal Molines, named Best Pastry Chef in France and World Pastry Chef Champion.
The onboard amenities and services will ensure a relaxing and entertaining voyage while the destination excursions will showcase some of Mexico’s best-kept secrets, including unique experiences and explorations of local culture and tradition. With an exceptionally exclusive sailing capacity of 298 passengers, guests will never have to worry about crowds or lines.
Vidanta Cruises will also offer a game-changing new benefit that will allow guests to experience the luxury of Vidanta both on land and at sea. With just one check-in, travellers will be able to seamlessly split their trip between Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta and Vidanta Elegant, giving them access to the best of both a cruise and resort vacation.
More information on itineraries, voyage length, destinations and cruising dates will be released as they are confirmed. For regular updates and more information on Vidanta’s destination vacation options, please visit Vidanta.com.
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