The world’s highest-paid resort operator, Ibiza, will spend $14 million to build a luxury cruise ship to take visitors to the resort and the Caribbean island of Barbados.
The company has partnered with the resort to build the Sea Lion cruise ship, according to The Associated Press, which first reported the deal.
The $15.4 million Sea Lion, which will take passengers from Miami to the Caribbean, has been on track to be a hit for the company since its debut in January.
The company has been busy building a fleet of luxury cruise ships that has helped it to win over wealthy guests in places like Japan, Thailand and Malaysia.
According to its website, Sea Lion has over 500 vessels, and has already built three more vessels.
“The Sea Lion will be a luxury and luxurious cruise ship that is designed to transport visitors and their families on a leisurely journey to a destination in the Caribbean region,” the company said in a statement.
In January, the company partnered with a luxury airline, Air Asia, to create a cruise liner called the Sea Falcon, which is currently on schedule to sail to Japan and Hong Kong.