Soon you can book a trip on Virgin's first 'adults only' cruise

Posted at 12:41 PM, Jan 24, 2019
and last updated 2019-01-24 13:41:57-05

In 2015, Richard Branson announced he was expanding Virgin Group to include a cruise line, but soon you can finally book a trip on these adult-only vacations.

According to the website, the cruises are "adult by design" and only allow passengers 18 years and older.

According to People Magazine, the ship will be stocked with grown-up amenities like a tattoo parlor, luxurious spa and a blow-dry bar.

“We have combined brilliant design and Virgin Voyages’ epic Sailor experience vision to create a completely new version of luxury — Rebellious Luxe . . . that makes everything we do different, indulgent and meaningfully relevant to our Sailors,” Tom McAlpin CEO of Virgin Voyages, said in a statement. “Whether they want to sleep all day, praise the sun with yoga at dusk or party all night, our RockStar Suite Sailors can live out their fantasies aboard the Scarlet Lady.”

Virgin Voyages will open for bookings on Feb. 14. Exact destinations have yet to be announced, but the Virgin Voyages website said the Scarlet Lady will be heading to the Caribbean.

Virgin Voyage's first ship will feature 78 RockStar Suits including 15 Mega RockStar Suites known as the Massive, Fab, Posh and Gorgeous Suites. These "Mega" suites are all in prime locations on deck 15, just one deck below Richard's Rooftop - a Richard Branson-inspired top deck cocktail lounge that is exclusive to RockStar Suite Sailors.

The Scarlet Lady will set sail in 2020 out of Miami, Florida.

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