Port Miami welcomed another Virgin Voyages ship, the Valiant Lady, joining her sister ship the Scarlet Lady this weekend, at the start of her Caribbean cruise season. Valiant Lady will sail six and eight nights from Miami this winter, with visits to Roatan, San Juan and St. Croix, as well as the exclusive Virgin Voyages Beach Club in Bimini.
Before the start of the cruise season, the crew of the Valiant Lady had to complete immigration and achieved a 100% score on the Coast Guard inspection.
“It’s been wonderful to see our guests fall in love with sailing the Virgin way, and I’m so proud to welcome our second ship, the Valiant Lady, to her winter home in Port Miami,” said Tom McAlpine, CEO of Virgin Voyages. a. “When we started this business more than seven years ago, we never imagined the challenges we would have to overcome in the face of the pandemic. Thanks to our amazing crew, we came out strong. Paired with the support of our guests and travel advisors, we’ve made our mark with more five-star reviews than any other cruise line. This is just the beginning for Virgin Voyages, and we have big plans for the future.”
Virgin Group founder Richard Branson is aboard the Valiant Lady Mermaid cruise from Port Miami, a new route to the glamor of the Western Caribbean. Sailors will enjoy Halloween celebrations and an attempt to set the Guinness World Record for the most mermaids in one place at Virgin Voyages Beach Club in Bimini.
“When I first had the idea of going into the cruise business more than 40 years ago, I could not have imagined where we are today.” What the Virgin Voyages team has created is beyond my wildest dreams.” Richard Branson said I. “It’s an amazing feeling to welcome the Valiant Lady and the amazing crew on board in Miami and to have our two lady ships side by side in Port Miami.” I can’t wait for everyone to have the opportunity to sail with us and enjoy a truly unforgettable vacation.”