In association with: Virgin Voyages
Set sail the Virgin way
A sailing with Virgin Voyages turns the ordinary into extraordinary. The first ship, Scarlet Lady, made waves when it entered the market, and two new ships, Valiant Lady and Resilient Lady, are set to follow in 2022.
All Virgin Voyages ships are adult by design. They are the perfect combination of sophistication and relaxation, and experiences on board are curated for those over the age of 18. There’s a diverse range of entertainment too.
They are the perfect combination of sophistication and relaxation
Virgin Voyages’ ships are the epitome of boutique glamour and home to innovative features such as LED lighting and tinted windows, which help the vessels use less energy without compromising on style. There’s a ‘relaxed luxe’ atmosphere on board, with made-to-order food full of fresh flavours and unexpected pairings taking the place of pre-set dining times and buffets.
With more than 20 eateries on board, Sailors will be spoilt for choice. And each voyage always comes with more than $600 in value included.
Virgin Voyages offers a range of Mediterranean and Caribbean itineraries, as well as some transformative transatlantic itineraries, allowing Sailors to see two continents in one epic journey. And with late-night and overnight stays at ports of call, there is plenty of time to explore these exciting destinations.
Five of the best Transatlantic itineraries
Miami to Med (15 days)
Heading east, this itinerary stops at The Beach Club at Bimini in the Bahamas before crossing the Atlantic and calling at Lisbon and Cadiz and ending in Barcelona.
Puerto Rico to Portugal (12 days)
Departing from Puerto Rico, this itinerary makes stops in Tenerife and Gran Canaria, has a late-night call in Madeira and ends in Portuguese capital Lisbon.
Med to Miami (16 days)
Barcelona marks the starting point for this itinerary, followed by Ibiza, an overnight stop in Malaga and a late-night stay in Madeira. The ship then crosses the Atlantic to Miami.
Portugal to Puerto Rico (12 days)
This ex-Lisbon voyage calls at Madeira, Gran Canaria and Tenerife before its next and final stop in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Miami to Med (16 days)
The Beach Club at Bimini is the first port of call before this sailing crosses the Atlantic. There are also late-night stops in Lisbon and Cadiz before Majorca and Barcelona.
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