Cruise

Pictures: Virgin Voyages unveils ‘RockStar Suites’

As the hype continues to build for Virgin Voyages saucy new ship, the Scarlet Lady we’ve been hanging onto every piece of news escaping HQ.

And today they’ve come through with the goods.

The adults-only cruise line, set to launch in 2020 has released some very funky imagery of their RockStar Suites.

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Massive suite

The suites are designed to throw traditional cruising clichés and formalities out the window to make way for rebellious luxe designed by Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio.

Massive Suite Peek-A-Boo Shower
Massive Suite Peek-A-Boo Shower

Highlights of the Massive Suite, the top suite aboard the Scarlet Lady, include its very own guitar-clad music room, views of the ocean from every corner of the suite, and a massive terrace complete with its own Peek-a-View outdoor shower, hot tub, hammocks and a runway outdoor dining table, where a staircase will help Sailors make their way on top of the table for dancing.

Massive Suite terrace (day)
Massive Suite terrace

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

Gorgeous suite
Gorgeous suite

“With these glamorous suites, Virgin Voyages is bringing rock and roll to the high seas and spoiling our Sailors like the rockstars they are.”

Massive Suite Music Room
Massive Suite Music Room

And we haven’t even got to the best part yet.

From now through January 31, Virgin Voyages fans can enter for the chance to win the opportunity to Party Like a Rockstar, in Virgin Voyages style, at their next #ShipTease event in New York City on Valentine’s Day.

Go here to enter.

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