Virgin Voyages has released a new video which features a closer, more in depth look at the cruise first of four exciting new cruise ships.
Scarlet Lady is currently under construction at the Fincantieri shipyard in Genoa, Italy. The adults-only ship is expected to enter service in April 2020.
The start-up cruise line from Sir Richard Branson, Virgin Voyages officially opened bookings on 14 February 2019.
Sir Richard Branson and Tom McAlpin, President, Virgin Voyages officially announced bookings were open at an exclusive event in New York City at One World Trade.
The highly anticipated new ship, Scarlet Lady from Virgin Voyages, which is currently under construction at the Fincantieri shipyard in Genoa, Italy has got a splash of paint!
Scarlet Lady is just the first of fourth ground-breaking cruise ships which Virgin Voyages has ordered from the shipyard. Construction of the 110,000 gross tonne ship is progressing well, ahead of its delivery date in 2020. The ship has recently had its stern painted bright red, with the Virgin logo added as well as the ship's name.
Virgin Voyages has released several designs and images of their RockStar Suites. The exciting brand new, game-changer cruise line is throwing out traditional clichés on luxury and formalities, instead bringing Rebellious Luxe to life at sea with their RockStar Suites designed by Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio as the pinnacle of that experience.
Virgin Voyages first ship, Scarlet Lady, set to debut in 2020, will feature a total of 78 RockStar Suites, all located on the top decks and will feature private balconies. The RockStar Suites have been designed to maximize ocean views and many will have ‘peek-a-boo’ showers with an inset window overlooking the ocean. The suite accommodations will feature mood lighting that automatically adjusts throughout the day.
Virgin Voyages has announced that bookings for the inaugural season of its first cruise ship, Scarlet Lady, will go on sale on 14 February 2019.
Cruise itineraries are still yet to be announced but Virgin Voyages has confirmed that the ship will home port from Miami and cruise to Havana, Cuba. The ship will sail from a custom-built state-of-the-art cruise terminal to be construction at PortMiami.
Virgin Voyages has revealed plans for its very own custom-built cruise terminal at PortMiami, which will be home for its first cruise ship, Scarlet Lady.
The announcement was made on 28 November 2018 at PortMiami LIVE on Facebook, with Sir Richard Branson and Tom McAlpin, CEO, Virgin Voyages present. The state-of-the-art cruise terminal will be named Palm Grove. The new terminal is inspired by the history and heritage of Miami Beach.
The bridge section for Virgin Voyages first cruise ship, Scarlet Lady has been lifted into place atop the ship at the Fincantieri shipyard in Genoa, Italy where the ship is currently under construction.
Scarlet Lady is the first of three new-build cruise ships for Virgin Voyages and is set to enter service in 2020. The second ship is due for delivery in 2021, whilst the third ship is expected to be delivered in 2022.
The start-up cruise line Virgin Voyages has announced the name of its first ever cruise ship as Scarlet Lady. The revolutionary new ship is currently under construction at the Fincantieri shipyard in Genoa, Italy.
The announcement was made during an event at the shipyard which Sir Richard Branson and the President & CEO of Virgin Voyages, Tom McAlpin attended, who were welcomed by Giuseppe Bono, Chairman and CEO of Fincantieri.
The start-up cruise line Virgin Voyages who claim they will change cruising forever announced further details about their first brand new cruise ship during at event in New York on 16 May 2018 which was also broadcast live on Facebook.
At the event the cruise line revealed a number of renderings of some of the public spaces on board the adult’s only cruise ship which is set to launch in 2020 offering cruises from PortMiami.
Virgin Voyages announced further details about its cruise ships during the keel laying ceremony of the first of the three new cruise ships at the Fincantieri shipyard.
The three ships will be part of the Lady-ship class and the first ship will be named via a contest. Each of the three 110,000 gross tonne ships will accommodate 2,800-passengers, although Virgin Voyages prefer to refer to passengers as ‘sailors’.