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.
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.”
There’s a terrace hammock.
And large marble bathroom and fully stocked in-room bar.
“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.
“Lose yourself in the music, and find yourself again the next morning meditating alongside the waves on your sprawling personal terrace.”
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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