Virgin Voyages is officially open for business!
Virgin Group founder Sir Richard Branson and Virgin Voyages president and CEO Tom McAlp have announced that the Scarlet Lady is now accepting bookings for her inaugural season, with voyages departing from April 1 through Oct. 25, 2020.
The Scarlet Lady follows an all-inclusive model, offering guests free dining at more than 20 restaurants, free group fitness classes, no gratuities or service charges, free Wifi and free basic beverages like soda, teas, drip coffee as well as still and sparkling water.
Last month, Virgin Voyages announced that agents can earn 10 per cent commission on all elements of a Virgin Voyages sailing, as they pledge to do away with non-commissionable fares.
What to expect
All voyages will feature The Beach Club, which is a Virgin Voyages experience in Bimini, Bahamas.
What is The Beach Club?
- Located on Bimini island, just a short transfer from the pier
- Overlooks the ocean
- Expansive lagoon-style pool as the central anchor of the club.
- DJ-led pool and floatilla parties at night
- Complimentary food with locally-inspired menus
- Beach loungers and poolside cabanas
As far as accommodations go, ninety-three percent of cabins on the Scarlet Lady offer an ocean view and 86 per cent feature a Sea Terrace.
With several cabin categories there are 1,330 cabins aboard the Scarlet Lady and 78 RockStar Suites.
Photos of The Beach Club
For more information, visit www.virginvoyages.com.
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