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Inside Richard Branson’s $64K ‘Mega RockStar’ cruise suite

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There’s luxury, and then there’s this.

Richard Branson and Virgin have launched Virgin Voyages, an adults-only cruise service and “24/7 festival” with “no buffets, and no limits”.

All the cabins come with mood-matching lights, in-cabin tech, tablets, and meal services with no cover charge.

But it you have a spare $64,000, you could claim the Massive Mega RockStar Suite. That’s for two sailors in the most deluxe cabin, but other cabins come at a much more reasonable $2,028 for four nights of sailing.

It comes with 850 square feet inside and another 1,217 out on the terrace.

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The suite is described as “our most tricked out, most extra, most unreal VIP suite here… or anywhere”.

“There’s no dream this suite can’t make a reality.”

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There’s a terrace hammock.

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Electric guitars.

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And large marble bathroom and fully stocked in-room bar.

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“Watch the waves from your terrace hot tub; host your new (or old) friends in the private lounge bar or make history starting your own band (yes, electric guitars included),” Virgin advertises.

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“Lose yourself in the music, and find yourself again the next morning meditating alongside the waves on your sprawling personal terrace.”

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It was designed by designer Tom Dixon, known for his eye for quirky details.

Voyages begin in 2020. Grab your sun hat!

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