Tiffany’s, the celebrated jewellery maker, is set to open its first boutique at sea on board Royal Caribbean International‘s Oasis of the Seas.
The store will be located in the Central Park ‘neighbourhood’ of the world’s largest cruise ship.
It will offer a full selection of Tiffany jewellery, including engagement rings and the recently introduced Tiffany T and Atlas collections, as well as Swiss made CT60 watches, according to the line.
Luciano Rodembusch, vice president of Tiffany & Co Latin America, said: “We are delighted that Royal Caribbean guests will now have the opportunity to explore Tiffany’s legendary collections in an environment of luxury and service that is unique among the world’s premier jewellers.
“For 178 years we have been creating the most beautiful love stories and Oasis of the Seas offers a unique and memorable setting.”
Tiffany’s flagship store, which has operated at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 57th Street in Manhattan, New York City, since 1940, is one of the world’s most famous shops.
“Nothing can compare to the Oasis-class holiday experience, a testament to Royal Caribbean’s 40 year legacy of innovation,” said Mark Tamis, senior vice president, hotel operations, Royal Caribbean.
“Tiffany & Co is a distinguished global luxury brand and having a boutique on board will truly enrich the premium onboard experience for our guests. From surprising your loved one with a timeless keepsake to popping the question with the perfect engagement ring, what better way to remember a cruise adventure of a lifetime.”
Oasis of the Seas – which carries of a record 6,000 passengers – was launched in 2009 as the first in the Oasis-class. Its sister ship, Allure of the Seas, joined the fleet a year later.
Harmony of the Seas, the third in the class, will arrive in April 2016. Exceeding its sister ships by 2,418 gross tonnes, it will become the largest ship in the world.
The ship will make its UK debut to travel agents at the renamed 2016 Clia Cruise Conference, now in its tenth year, which will take place May 18-20, 2016.