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Virgin Voyages will today go live as its first ever cruise ship hits a major construction milestone.

Virgin Voyages is making waves in the industry and today the new cruise line which is based in Miami, Florida will hit a major construction milestone. The keel laying ceremony will be broadcast live on Facebook by Virgin Voyages starting at 2 PM EDT/6 PM GMT.

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Posted by Virgin Voyages on Tuesday, October 31, 2017

The cruise line has been building up to the event through October and promised to tease some new details on the first ever Virgin Voyages cruise ship. Let’s be honest what we’re really interested in is knowing more about the cruise ship design and hopefully, we’ll get a treat!

Richard Branson has invited his good friend Boy George to ensure our ship’s Keel gets laid in true Virgin style #ShipTease Check it all out on Facebook Live Oct 31. 2pmEDT 6pmGMT,⚓️🚢💋🎉

Posted by Virgin Voyages on Monday, October 30, 2017

The keel laying is taking place at the Fincantieri shipyard in Sestri Ponente (Genoa). Each ship will be 110,00 gross tons, 2,800 guests and 1,100 crew members. The first ship will enter service in 2020 and sail Caribbean cruises from PortMiami, Florida.

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