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A Look at the First-Ever Virgin Cruise Ship in December

We’re about to enter 2019 and we’re already getting excited about Scarlet Lady, the first-ever Virgin Voyages cruise ship which is arriving in 2020.

Scarlet Lady Under Construction

The Virgin Voyages cruise ship is currently under construction at the Fincantieri Genoa shipyard in Italy. While there the cruise line has been keeping everyone updated with ship teases and latest photos from the shipyard.

Virgin Voyages has recently released a few new photos over the holiday season of Scarlet Lady. We get to see how far she has come along and the different elements which are being installed to make the ship as one.

There is still some way to go as the exterior part is not yet complete. The new class vessel still needs to float out onto the water for the very first time, undergo sea trials and complete all the interior spaces.

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Meanwhile, the Florida based cruise line is constantly unveiling new ship teases of Scarlet Lady features and details. The cruise line recently unveiled how the open deck pool area will look, the new Aquatic Club is a chilled place where guest can relax on the adult only ship.

Take a dip, sip on some champers, forget your worries at our Aquatic Club.

Posted by Virgin Voyages on Wednesday, December 19, 2018

We’ll know everything onboard the ships once she begins cruising in 2020. Scarlet Lady will be based out of Port Miami, Florida sailing weeklong Caribbean cruises. Some itineraries will also include extended stays at Havana, Cuba. She will also be sailing from a nice shiny new Virgin cruise terminal at the port too.

Scarlet Lady will also be having complimentary dining venues with no traditional dining room concepts like on other cruise lines. The first Tattoo Studio at sea and a major focus on health and fitness spaces too.

Also Read: Stunning New Virgin Voyages Video Released of Scarlet Lady

Once completed at the Fincantieri Genoa shipyard the first ever Virgin cruise ship will be 110,000 gross tons with a guest capacity of 2,700 along with 1,150 crew members.

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