The luxurious new ship Orient Express Silenseas is said to be inspired by the golden age of the French Riviera
The vessel promises to be an 'extraordinary sailing yacht of the future' with 'spectacular' interiors
In total there will be 54 suites on the cruise ship, measuring an average of 70 sq m (753 sq ft)
It looks like it's on track to be an incredible experience.
One hundred and forty years after the debut of its first luxury trains, Orient Express is launching its first cruise ship, inspired by the golden age of the French Riviera.
Named Orient Express Silenseas, the vessel, making its maiden voyage in 2026, is said to be the 'world's largest sailing ship' at 220m (721ft) in length and with a gross tonnage of 22,300.
Promising to be an 'extraordinary sailing yacht of the future' with 'spectacular' interiors, the glittering features on board include two swimming pools, a speakeasy bar and a private recording studio.