Valiant Lady accidents and incidents
278 m / 912 ft
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- 2020 - suspended works at the shipbuilding yard (due to the Coronavirus pandemic) resulted in delayed delivery (~2 months) and cancelled inaugural cruises planned for May-June 2021
|20 May 2020||Structural and Technical Issues|
On May 20, 2020, Valiant Lady was floated-out from drydock and moved to Sestri Ponte Shipyard's outfitting berth. The vessel's float-out was originally scheduled for March 20. However, because of the Coronavirus pandemic, the shipbuilder Fincantieri temporarily (for ~2 months) suspended works at all its European facilities, which resulted in delayed delivery (to Virgin Group) and cancelled inaugural cruises.
Next are listed all planned for May-June 2021 Virgin cruises for Valiant Lady, with prices in USD pp (double-occupancy Inside Cabin rates). The exact cancellations are soon to be announced. All itineraries are 7-day Mediterranean roundtrips from Barcelona (Spain).
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