Virgin Voyages cancelled all of its scheduled cruises for November 2020.
In a letter to travel agents, the line said that as they continued to navigate what was going on in the world, they had made the decision to cancel their November sailings.
Back in May, Virgin announced that they would not be resuming sailings through October 16. Now, the earliest the lines new ships will sail is December this year. It was previously announced that the company was rescheduling the Birthday Bash Cruise of founder Richard Branson until July 14, 2021.
Currently, the 2,770-passenger Scarlet Lady is in cold lay-up at the port of Genoa, Italy, while awaiting word on when they will begin sailing. Genoa is the port from which both MSC and Costa Cruises have started to resume cruises, commencing with MSC Grandiosa in August.
Last week Virgin announced new itineraries for MS Valiant Lady. Virgin’s newest vessel cruises in the Caribbean in fall 2021. The offered itineraries are longer, including 8-night and 6-night, as well as two new Caribbean port destinations.
Vacationers can choose from special Christmas and New Year’s cruises as well as book two repositioning cruises (RepositionCruises.com) - 14-night Barcelona to Miami (visits Ibiza, Malaga, Cadiz, Funchal Madeira) and 15-night Miami to Barcelona (visits Bimini, Lisbon, Cadiz). Virgin's relocation cruise prices start at USD 102 per night.