After a series of press events and a christening planned for March 19, the cruise ship will sail two sneak a peek cruises on March 26 and 29. The cruise line’s maiden voyage will take place on April 1, 2020, a four night cruise with port stops in Key West and the Bimini Islands.
Scarlet Lady, the first of four cruise ships from Virgin Voyages, is scheduled to sail out of Miami for the next two years. The cruise line is promising to shake up the cruise industry by offering an experience geared toward those who haven’t wanted to cruise.
Cruise fares include gratuities, all 20 dining options on the ship, WiFi, fitness classes, and basic beverages.
There will be no formal nights or main dining rooms.
Virgin Voyages is partnering with one of NYC’s most historic tattoo brands, World Famous Tattoo Ink, and their owner Lou Rubino Jr., for the first tattoo studio at sea.
Staterooms on Scarlet Lady feature transformational cabin beds, single cabins for solo travelers, and 86% of cabins have a balcony.
All cruises on Scarlet Lady will spend a day at The Beach Club in Bimini.
Scarlet Lady will sail four and five night cruises from Miami to the Bahamas and Western Caribbean. Four night cruises will stop in Key West and Bimini. The five night cruises to the Western Caribbean will visit Bimini and either Cozumel or Costa Maya, Mexico.
Also offered a few five night sailings that will visit the Dominican Republic.
Scarlet Lady is the first of four cruise ships from Virgin Voyages. The 110,000 gross ton cruise ship has a passenger capacity of 2,770 to go along with 1,160 crew members.