The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection has published a series of animated renderings that show what the suites aboard its 298-passenger ship will look like.

Based on the renderings, the new brand will feature a look that is modern and unfussy. The animations show a lot of rectilinear designs, clean lines and minimal art work. 

Suites have large screen TVs inset on the wall. Many suites have cove lighting on the ceilings. The overall look is light without being bright, with furniture, wall coverings and curtains that are less traditional that Ritz-Carlton hotels.

Color in the suites is limited to solid blue or green pillows and upholstered modern chairs.

The interiors by Tillberg Design of Sweden are meant to combine the "lifestyle of the resorts of the Ritz-Carlton with the casual freedom of a yachting vacation."

All suites have amenities that visitors would find at a Ritz-Carlton on land, including a king bed, double vanity bathroom and luxury linens. 

Ritz-Carlton's first ship is expected to debut in early 2020.

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