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Scarlet Lady

Capacity
2860
Crew
1150
Tonnage
110,000
Length
277.2 m (909 ft)
First voyage
2020
Decks
17

Scarlet Lady is a cruise ship being built for Virgin Voyages by Fincantieri S.p.A. scheduled to be completed in 2020. She is initially intended to operate "adults-only" cruises from Miami, Florida to ports in the Caribbean. All guests are required to be over the age of 18 to sail.

The Scarlet Lady has 17 decks, 13 of which are accessible by passengers, On deck 15, there are 78 "RockStar" luxury suites and 15 of them will be "Mega RockStar Suites" with a total of 1,430 cabins. The Scarlet Lady will cruise with over 2,770 passengers... Read more

Scarlet Lady

Cruiseline: 
Capacity (DO): 
2860
Crew: 
1150
Tonnage: 
110,000
Length: 
277.2 m (909 ft)
Beam: 
38 m (125 ft)
First voyage: 
2020
Decks: 
17

Scarlet Lady is a cruise ship being built for Virgin Voyages by Fincantieri S.p.A. scheduled to be completed in 2020. She is initially intended to operate "adults-only" cruises from Miami, Florida to ports in the Caribbean. All guests are required to be over the age of 18 to sail.

The Scarlet Lady has 17 decks, 13 of which are accessible by passengers, On deck 15, there are 78 "RockStar" luxury suites and 15 of them will be "Mega RockStar Suites" with a total of 1,430 cabins. The Scarlet Lady will cruise with over 2,770 passengers and 1,160 crew personnel. Some of the interior designers for the nine restaurants include: Roman and Williams, Concrete (based in Amsterdam, who also designed the original hotel at Schiphol Airport for CitizenM), Tom Dixon (who also designed all the "Mega Rockstar suites"), and Softroom.

In June 2019, Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Voyages, and Tom McAlpin, president and CEO of Virgin Voyages, announced that Wendy Williams will be the captain of the Scarlet Lady and will be the first Canadian woman to be at the helm of a ship among the major cruise lines.

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