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Virgin Voyages Sea Blazers

16th August 2021

Virgin Voyages' long-awaited maiden season began in August 2021 with UK cruises onboard Scarlet Lady. For those who book and sail with the cruise line in 2021, there's the unique opportunity to be part of Virgin Voyages’ Sea-Blazers programme. [More]

What To Expect On A Virgin Voyages Cruise

5th August 2021

With Scarlet Lady, Valiant Lady and Resilient Lady, Virgin Voyages aim to disrupt the cruise industry through exciting and innovating cruises. Out with dress codes, buffet restaurants and traditional entertainment and in with modern ocean voyaging like never before [More]

Virgin Voyages Announce Name of New Ship

20th July 2018

A lot of excitement is building around all-new cruise line Virgin Voyages, and even more highly-anticipated news has just come in hot off the press - the name of their first ship will be…

Drum roll, please…

Scarlet Lady!

 

 

What else do we know about Virgin Voyage’s Scarlet Lady?

 

Scarlet Lady’s home port will be Miami, from where she will set sail as early as 2020. Designed with a futuristic, sleek design and plenty of outdoor space, Scarlet Lady aims to be as pioneering to the world of cruise as all other Virgin brands that have gone before. You can see this in her emblem on her hull of a mermaid adorning the Virgin logo - in contrast to the Flying Lady adorning Virgin Atlantic’s aeroplanes. This emblem, colour scheme, and name all pay homage to Sir Richard Branson’s first foray into the travel industry, Scarlet Lady being one of the first planes to fly for Virgin Atlantic.

As well as celebrating Virgin’s past, Scarlet Lady looks to the future. This includes a commitment to achieving sustainable cruise holidays by converting clean energy onboard the ship and pledging to be single-use plastic free. A second philosophy pledged by Virgin is a focus on getting women into jobs higher up the chain of command onboard.

 

What can we expect onboard Virgin Voyage’s Scarlet Lady?

 

Scarlet Lady will be an adult-only ship catering to up to nine-hundred ‘sailors’, aged 18-years-old and above. This means there is a focus on wining, dining, and relaxing while onboard. There are some fantastic onboard venues to enjoy and socialise in while cruising with Virgin Voyages, including Richards’ Rooftop, a huge open deck terrace on the top of the ship. There is also an experimental lab-styled restaurant called ‘The Test Kitchen’ which comes complete with periodic table, test tube décor, and experimental dishes to sample.

One major feature on Scarlet Lady, and the two future ships following, is the focus on the concept Virgin are calling ‘Vitamin Sea’. This is a focus on their ‘sailors’ getting the right balance of ‘detox and retox’. This entails the process of having a great time and then recovering again afterwards. Vitamin Sea includes yoga meditation, fitness classes, sports activities, a juice bar, the largest day-bed afloat, and Runway jogging track. For sure, a Virgin cruise will be a zen-like balance of good times and rejuvenation!

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