Setting Sail the Virgin Way
With Richard Branson at the helm, Virgin Voyages is redefining what a luxury cruise ship means by combining premium elements from favourites on land with the freedom and simplicity of a life well lived on the open ocean.
Setting sail in August 2020. But for a long time she's been a dream, a design, and a vision for the future of seafaring. Discover how this beautiful ship was made, inside and out.
With a name inspired by an early Virgin Atlantic Plane, Scarlet Lady is Virgin Voyages’ premium take on what a luxury cruise ship means. Ushering in a new era for sea travel, she’s designed to be different with a unique approach to how Caribbean cruises look and feel. As the first lady ship, Scarlet Lady calls attention to Virgin Voyages pledge to a future of fostering gender equality across all Virgin Voyages crew. From ship to land, the new Scarlet Squad program will help promote female empowerment across the entire company. Ships, like everywhere on the planet, are made better when all of us are involved.
Virgin Voyages built this city! Well, ship. Check out some of these pretty amazing facts about how they did it…
155 Richard Bransons
86,982 London buses
With a name derived from the Latin, valēre meaning strong, the second lady ship is calling Barcelona home before setting sail on the first Virgin Voyages Mediterranean cruise, with three irresistible itineraries across Europe.
Virgin Voyages third ship, the aptly named Resilient Lady, is now on sale. She will be sailing to some truly jaw-dropping destinations and the most breath-taking islands in Europe.
Resilient Lady will sail from her home port in Piraeus (Athens) with your clients, allowing them to island hop the emerald-capped Greek Isles, explore the rich history of Croatia’s sun-drenched coastline and soak in the scenic terrain of Montenegro. Clients can round off their trip with a Friday-Saturday overnight stop at beach club mecca Mykonos.