Virgin Voyages welcomes the fourth Lady Ship to its fleet: Brilliant Lady. The vessel joins Scarlet Lady, Valiant Lady and Resilient Lady in the growing fleet.
From May, Valiant Lady will operate from her new homeport in Barcelona offering late night and overnight stays in the likes of Málaga, Palma de Mallorca, Lisbon, Belgium and Ibiza.
Richard Branson, joined by Miami-Dade county mayor Daniella Levine Cava and Virgin Voyages chief executive Tom McAlpin, made a splash with a memorable ribbon cutting.
This March, Valiant Lady will travel around the UK, gracing the ports of London International Cruise Terminal (Tilbury) and Liverpool ahead of her limited bookable maiden voyage from Portsmouth.
Portsmouth waved goodbye to Virgin Voyages’ Scarlet Lady in spectacular fashion, lighting the Spinnaker Tower red as she headed across the Atlantic to New York.
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Virgin Voyages has revealed plans for three pre-summer trips from Portsmouth next summer. Guests will be welcomed onboard new ship, Valiant Lady.
As cruises in the US remain uncertain, before heading home to PortMiami, Virgin Voyages’ Scarlet Lady is taking this opportunity to do a homecoming tour, heading back to where the Virgin brand began.
Virgin Voyages has announced it is pushing back its launch until October 16th. Passengers booked on affected voyages aboard Scarlet Lady have the option to request a 100 per cent refund.
A statement from the line explained: “When Virgin Voyages was founded nearly seven years ago, we never dreamed the world and our industry would be facing the type of challenges we all are today.”