In a move that could spark a bidding war over the vessel, the yacht group announced Thursday that it would begin offering its latest and greatest cruises for $1.95 million a couple.
The Disney brand is a huge draw for a number of wealthy and ambitious families, and with its $50 million-plus acquisition of the yacht Club Med, the company has a lot of cash to spend.
And the group says it has more to offer than ever before.
In addition to the $1 million a month for a two-night stay at Club Med in California, the group has added a new $1 and $5,000 per month package for two-day stays at a variety of luxury cruises that will be available in July.
Guests can choose from luxury accommodations such as the Luxury Lounge, luxury villas in Hawaii and California, luxury yachts and more, the news release said.
Club Med is owned by the former owner of the Caribbean Princess, the now-defunct luxury cruise company that owned the Princess, Princess Cruises, the luxury cruise lines Virgin America and Star Alliance, and the yacht-club.