Virgin Voyages welcomes its 2nd Lady Ship, Valiant Lady

   February 12, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

In March, Virgin Voyages' Valiant Lady will sail around the UK, calling at the London International Cruise Terminal (Tilbury) and Liverpool ahead of her MerMaiden voyage out of Portsmouth before she docks at her new homeport of Barcelona (Spain).

Following the debut of her sistership Scarlet Lady, Valiant Lady features 1,330 cabins, a total of 78 RockStar Quarters, and 2 iconic Massive Suites, which boast turntables and a private hot tub.

With 93% of accommodations with ocean views and 86% offering a balcony, the cabins boast a stylish design to bring a more sophisticated feel. They offer increased storage space, perfect for long itineraries.

The brand’s newest ship also boasts exquisite dining experiences curated by Michelin-starred chefs, state-of-the-art health and wellness facilities, and first-class entertainment.

Valiant Lady's itineraries feature longer port stays and overnights in some of the most idyllic European islands and cities, including Ibiza and Palma de Mallorca.

Valiant Lady cruise ship

Speaking of the launch, Sir Richard Branson said Virgin Voyages had been a dream in the making since his 20s, and it was a momentous day launching their 2nd ladyship, Valiant Lady. 

“It’s exciting to be able to celebrate our continued growth as a brand that’s on a mission to voyage like no other. In our five decades in business, Virgin has always sought to offer our customers something extra special, and Virgin Voyages has worked tirelessly to do just that.”

For a limited time, Sailors can book any cruise on any ship and get 20% off along with a US$100 toward their prepaid Bar Tab, as well as an extra 10% off in case they pay in full.

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