"Azora", name with Spanish flavor for the jewel of Ritz
The hotel chain reveals what will be called the first 'ultrapremium' cruise that Barreras manufactures
"The first cruise will be called Azora, which means" blue sky ", a word of Spanish origin derived from Azure and the blue color". With this phrase the hotel chain The Ritz-Carlton revealed yesterday the name that will have the ultrapremium cruiser that the shipyard from Hijos de J. Barreras of Vigo produces. A jewel that will sail the seas to make its clients "live the infinite oasis of blue".
The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection took advantage of its presence at the International Luxury Travel Market (ILTM) in Cannes to take a further step in the construction of the ship. This new milestone was revealed globally through a video uploaded to the different profiles of their social networks at the last minute. "Admire the beauty of the world," it says in one of the sentences on a background of different images in a blue tone in which they sell both the activities and the gastronomy offered by the cruise. "Discover the color of traveling", continues the trailer of just one minute that ends with the word "Azora" with the recreation of the ship in the background.
"Evoking the beauty of the sky and the ocean, Azora is a name that encourages guests to immerse themselves in the color of travel and experience the world with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection," they say in a brief statement from the firm.
The C-7105 construction of Barreras has 190 meters of length and advances with firm step after the launching of the past 9 October. Valued at 250 million, the cruise will be delivered at the end of 2019.
(Source: Faro de Vigo)