Leave the Kids at Home: Virgin to Launch Adults-Only Cruise Ship

Virgin Voyages is the latest travel-related company in Sir Richard Branson's empire. The inaugural boat, the "Scarlet Lady," will be an adults-only cruise line sailing from Miami to the Caribbean in 2020. Future itineraries will include trips to Cuba. Amenities on board were designed with the 18+ traveler in mind. A tattoo parlor, mani-pedi spa, nightclub and group fitness classes are just some of the offerings.

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This rendering shows an outdoor deck where sailors can drink, tan, swim or socialize.
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In this rendering, daybeds and lounge chairs on the deck face the ocean.
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Mani-pedi stations in the ship's spa.
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Spin bikes in the gym where group fitness classes take place.
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Guests can choose from 20+ intimate eateries on board with all restaurants included within the voyage fare.
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One of two "massive suites" aboard the Scarlet Lady. These 2,147 square foot suites have their own music room stocked with guitars and an amplifier. At the center is a circular oversized couch set up, not far from the adjacent in-room bar.
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The Massive Suite’s larger-than-life terrace contains a private hot tub, a Peek-a-View outdoor shower, a circular conversation pit, a lookout point with stargazing loungers and two full-length hammocks.
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A rendering of the ship's oyster bar.
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The entrance to the vibrant restaurant, "Razzle Dazzle," where travelers can attend drag brunch. The restaurant features a "nice" menu with vegetarian and vegan items and a "naughty" menu with meat and alcohol.
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A rendering of a nightclub/lounge equipped with a stage and massive speakers.
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A rendering of the front of the "Scarlet Lady" ship sailing in the ocean.
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A rendering of the back of the "Scarlet Lady" ship sailing in the ocean.
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