Like many children growing up, Christmas day was among the only times I was excited to get out of bed. Today I woke up and I honestly didn’t remember it was Christmas, but I was as excited as ever, because I woke up on a cruise ship. That’s a pretty good gift. read more
We’re on Virgin Voyage’s Scarlet Lady for the third time, but something is quite different, and I don’t just mean the itinerary. See, since cruising returned to the Caribbean over six months ago, some lines have required masks, and others haven’t. Virgin Voyages, with 100% vaccination rates, at embarkation testing, has not - but their guidance has just changed. Over the next five nights we’ll see what has changed, and if the experience has been compromised. read more
Virgin Voyages’ Scarlet Lady is a cruise ship designed strictly for adults, and promises to be different than other lines. In this ship tour we’ll go deck by deck to show off the restaurants, lounges, pools, and more...
Information for sailings is found primarily in the Virgin Voyages app, but printed programs are available on request. read more
Virgin Voyages is a new cruise line and they’re aiming to do things differently. As a frequent cruiser, room service is often disappointing - but did Virgin do this differently? We put it to the test. On our first cruise with Virgin Voyages we didn’t use room service, or “Ship Eats” as the line calls it. On our second cruise we decided it was time to put it to the test... read more
Miami-based Virgin Voyages stepped up big this Giving Tuesday to give local healthcare workers a well-deserved vacation for the holidays. The new cruise line offered up 500 cabins on upcoming sailings to employees of Baptist Health South Florida. Baptist, which operates multiple hospitals and other healthcare facilities in South Florida, gave every employee a chance to win, and is drawing 250 winners who will each get two staterooms so they can relax with friends and family... read more
On this tour of Scarlet Lady room 14194Z, we show you the features and talk about what we loved and didn't. This type of room is called a "Sea Terrace", which is Virgin's name for a standard verandah (balcony) room. Looking for more information about Virgin Voyages? Check the links below for videos and blog posts, and comment below with any questions! read more