Topic: Adults-Only Cruises
It’s been another busy week for new ship updates from a host of major cruise lines. Here's what you need to know.
The new adults-only cruise brand from Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Group has announced new details on its programs for travel agents ahead of its 2020 debut. Get the details here.
The new company is striving to bring "Rebellious Luxe" to life at sea with its suites designed by Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio. Here's what guests can expect.
Virgin Voyages has announced that it is officially open for business for travel partners in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. Here's what travel agents can expect from the new cruise brand.
The new, 100,000-square-foot terminal is slated for completion in November 2021. Here’s a look at what’s planned.
Virgin Voyages previewed its plans for its first ship's dining offerings, outlining a few of its more than 20 dining options, commitment to environmentally friendly practices and more.
The new, adults-only cruise brand’s first ship, the Scarlet Lady, will call at the destination during its inaugural season in 2020. More here.
Virgin Voyages is counting down to its official launch with a promotion offering travelers the chance to win a free microtattoo and a free cruise onboard the line’s first ship, the Scarlet Lady. Here's how it works.
Previously, the line had allowed a “degree of flexibility” regarding the age of its passengers. More here.
Three ships from Norwegian Cruise Line —Norwegian Breakaway, Norwegian Sun and Norwegian Star — now have new designs and venues following a series of renovations. Here are the highlights.