New York (CNN) — A group of French tourists will be able to spend up to $10 million in luxury, luxury, beachside boats this summer after a deal with a luxury cruise ship operator.
New York-based luxury cruise line L’Escalante, which was established in 2002, will allow the tourists to use its luxury boat, the L’ Escalante S.A., to travel to beaches in the Canary Islands and France.
The luxury boats will also be used for private stays and special events, the company said in a statement Thursday.
The cruise line said the ships are equipped with a range of amenities, including the use of its onboard video and audio system, an audio system and a fully equipped spa.
It said it is also adding new amenities, like an outdoor kitchen and dining area.
The boats will arrive in New York this summer and are scheduled to sail to France this fall.
The L’escalante line has about 80 ships in service worldwide.
The company said it expects the ships to travel at least 500 miles (800 kilometers) and can cost up to about $12 million to $15 million per trip.