Virgin Voyages' wave 2022 offer “Sea Blue, Save Green” running through February 16

   December 11, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Virgin Voyages' Sailors (passengers) can save up to 20% off bookings, a US$100 bar tab bonus when a US$300 bar tab is purchased, as well as an extra 10% off for those who pay in full.

In addition, Virgin will premiere brand new entertainment and live acts paying homage to the musical beginnings of the brand.

The offer is available for Sailors & First Mates on all voyages including the company’s highly anticipated vessels launching 2022.

Virgin's second boat, Valiant Lady, is scheduled to debut in the UK in March 2022, prior to the repositioning to the Mediterranean (summer 2022) for roundtrips from homeport Barcelona (Spain).

Virgin's third boat, Resilient Lady, is homeported in Piraeus-Athens (Greece), cruising through the Adriatic to some of the hidden gems in the region.

Valiant Lady cruise ship

Virgin Voyages Wave 2022 promotion "Sea Blue, Save Green" ends on February 16, 2022.

In 2020, Virgin officially started operations from PortMiami (Florida USA) with the fleet's first boat Scarlet Lady. Three additional sisterships were scheduled for inauguration in 2021 (Valiant Lady), 2022 (Resilient Lady), and 2023 (TBN). The announcement (initially for 3 ships) was made in late-June 2015 in Miami, during a press conference (media event "making waves") for Virgin Group's new cruise travel brand. Richard Branson arrived on a helicopter landing near Miami's Museum Park. Branson announced that the total building cost for the 3 vessels is USD 2,13 billion (USD 710 million per unit). The announcement for the 4th ship was made in late-October 2018, with an order value of ~EUR 700 million.