Virgin Voyages Releases Itinerary, Cabin Details for First Ship

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New cruise company Virgin Voyages has released itinerary details and cabin designs for its first ship, the Scarlet Lady. Sailing four- and five-night voyages to the Caribbean, the ship will feature specially designed cabins that optimize space and ocean views.

The Scarlet Lady will offer a variety of itineraries, all sailing out of Miami, that will include: four- and five-night Havana After Dark voyages featuring an overnight in Havana; five-night Mayan Sol sailings to Costa Maya, Mexico; and five-night Dominican Daze cruises to Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic. All itineraries will include an overnight or a late-night departure.

With 1,330 cabins and 78 RockStar Suites, 93 percent of the Scarlet Lady’s accommodations will offer an ocean view and 86 percent will feature a Sea Terrace. Rooms will include the specially engineered and handcrafted Seabed from Walter Knoll. The transformational bed will easily transition between bed and lounger, better allowing passengers to welcome guests to their room.

Cabins will also offer dynamic lighting that will automatically adjust based on the time of day and the ship’s location. Rooms have been designed to conserve energy, detecting when occupants leave and automatically closing blinds and adjusting air conditioning accordingly. All terraces will also feature a custom-designed hammock.

Scarlet Lady’s inaugural 2020 season will open for bookings February 14, when Virgin Voyages will also reveal more details about onboard experiences and destinations. Details about on-shore experiences will be released in late 2019.

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