Virgin Voyages to call at Dover and Liverpool in 2020

Virgin Voyages to call at Dover and Liverpool in 2020

Virgin Voyages first ship, the Scarlet Lady, will be stopping at both Dover and Liverpool in late February – with First Mates (travel agents), media and VIPs among those who will invited on board.

The news was revealed by former Spice Girl Geri Horner at the Scarlet Night London press conference today, which took place before the company’s agent party.

The company also announced that it was expanding its partnership with Mark Ronson to form the Creative Collective, a group of “world-class tastemakers, artists and designers who are collaborating with Virgin Voyages”.

Ronson will take up the position of “Minister of Music” – creating on board playlists and deciding on what vinyl is stocked in the Record Store. He has also committed to four performances at the company’s Beach Club at Bimini. Ronson’s July 9 poolside performance can only be experienced by those who book the July 5, 2020 Mayan Sol sailing. Diplo will also play The Beach Club in 2020.

“I’m thrilled to be part of the Virgin Voyages’ Creative Collective, helping lead the charge in music. Sir Richard Branson and the Virgin brand were legendary game-changers in the music industry and it’s a thrill to join them as they bring that same spirit to sea travel,” Ronson said.

“We see music as an essential element to a holiday, not just for parties but also as the soundtrack to laughter, relaxation and much more,” said Tom McAlpin, president and CEO for Virgin Voyages. “It’s an honour to have an outstanding artist like Mark Ronson helping us develop our Sailor experience, alongside an exciting lineup of DJ’s joining our On Deck residency program.”

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