Virgin Voyages reveals music-themed suites on Scarlet Lady

Two musically-themed suites with an outdoor terrace will feature on Virgin Voyages’ debut ship, Scarlet Lady.

The 2,147 square foot Massive Suites, the highest-grade cabin available, will be located on top of the ship’s bridge.

They will have a music room, equipped with guitars and a large terrace with an outdoor shower, hot tub, hammocks and a runway dining table.

Seventy-eight RockStar Suites, inspired by mega yachts and rock and roll style icons like Grace Jones, will also feature on the 2,750-passenger ship, due to launch in early 2020.

The suites will have real leather finishes, marble-clad bathrooms and Terrazzo flooring.

Each suite will have a vinyl turntable and the “best view that money can buy”, according to the line.

Many of the ship’s suites feature a marble ‘Peek-a-Boo shower’ with a glass window carved in the centre so passengers can see out into the ocean.

Suites will have a specially-designed champagne table which will sit alongside sun loungers and hammocks.

Every passenger staying in RockStar Suites will have access to Richard’s Rooftop, a private members’ club where they can have a drink and bask in the sun.

Lighting inside the cabins will automatically adjust to match the time of day. Passengers will also be able to change the lighting on in-room tablets.

Fifteen of the 78 RockStar suites will be Mega RockStar Suites located on Deck 15.

In addition, there will be two Fab Suites, two Posh Suites and nine Gorgeous Suites, 18 Brilliant Suites, 14 Cheeky Corner suites, 24 Seriously Suites and seven Sweet Aft Suites.

Mega RockStar Suites will receive a personalised bar filled with customers’ favourite drinks.

Sir Richard Branson, founder of the Virgin Group, said: “Virgin has always avoided stuffy formalities and brought a lot of excitement and a bit of rebelliousness to our customer experiences.

“With these glamorous suites, Virgin Voyages is bringing rock and roll to the high seas and spoiling our sailors [passengers] like the rock stars they are.”

Virgin Voyages’ chief executive Tom McAlpin said: “We have combined brilliant design and Virgin Voyages’ epic sailor experience vision to create a completely new version of luxury – Rebellious Luxe, which is at the intersection of luxury and a rebellious attitude that makes everything we do different, indulgent and meaningfully relevant to our sailors.

“Whether they want to sleep all day, praise the sun with yoga at dusk or party all night, our RockStar Suite sailors can live out their fantasies aboard the Scarlet Lady.”

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