Virgin Voyages opens sales for winter 2020/21 season

'Fire and Sunset Soirées' include a midnight departure from Bimini featuring a late-night beach bonfire soireé at The Beach Club that's exclusive to these sailings

Virgin Voyages opened bookings for sailings on Scarlet Lady through March 2021.

Four- and five-night itineraries

The ship will be continuing its four- and five-night ‘Mayan Sol,’ ‘Dominican Daze’ and ‘Fire and Soirées’ itineraries from PortMiami. All feature a stop at Virgin’s private Bahamas destination, The Beach Club at Bimini.

The ‘Mayan Sol’ cruise visits Costa Maya, Mexico, while ‘Dominican Daze’ will be calling at ITM Group’s new cruise facilities in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic. Both itineraries are five nights.

Beach bonfire soirée inspired by Necker Island

For a quick getaway, the four-night ‘Fire and Sunset Soirées’ include a sunset departure from Key West and a midnight departure from Bimini featuring a late-night beach bonfire soirée that’s exclusive to these sailings.

The artistic fire installations draw inspiration from the fireball sculptures on Richard Branson’s Necker Island.

Posted 8 August 2019

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