Cruise the Caribbean with Virgin Voyages

December 29, 2021 - January 2, 2022

Ready for a Sea Change?


$1,528 per person double occupancy from Miami! $917 triple. (Air to Miami is between $100 and $200)

Short on vacation time but looking to get away in the company of other adults? Want to unwind and chill before the holidays? Join us on the all-new Scarlet Lady, Virgin Voyage’s beautiful, yacht-inspired ship. Virgin is bringing a sea change to the cruising experience—with thoughtfully-designed cabins, unique shore experiences, longer stays in port, and


This special New Year's sailing sets out from vibrant Miami to the pastel-hued streets of Key West, with a day and night (10 am to midnight) spent at The Beach Club at Bimini, Bahamas — complete with our signature bonfire bash under the stars. 


You’ll get a new perspective on the Caribbean as you set sail through turquoise waters and painted skies. From quiet beach mornings to exhilarating afternoons spent exploring, this voyage features a stop at Virgin’s private beach club experience in Bimini, Bahamas, the Virgin Voyages Beach Club at Bimini.


Your journey will start at Terminal V at PortMiami—Virgin’s new terminal. You’ll embark and settle into your cabin—and you’ve never seen the likes of cabins like these. Stylish design and clever cabin technology will make you feel right at home.


A Dose of Vitamin Sea

Virgin Voyages are perfect for all vacation styles, from the “do nothings,” to the “do somethings,” to the “do everythings.”


You can just hang on the ship and take advantage of unlimited free group fitness classes, work out at the outdoor and indoor fitness spaces, or enjoy some spa-time at the Redemption Spa. And of course, there is lots of entertainment just waiting to be discovered, including the Red Room entertainment space, pop-up performances, and surprise happenings.


Restore and Explore

If you’d rather explore, you can sign up for one (or more) of Virgin’s very special Shore Things. There are bucket list experiences you dream about, then there are those things you don’t realize you want to do...until you do them. These Shore Things are a perfect balance of both. These curated—and in some cases, exclusive—experiences bring you a range of onshore experiences that match every kind of mood — from relaxed beachside cocktail lessons to Mermaid-for-a Day to snorkeling adventures, nature tours, and walking tours through port.


Painted skies in the Florida Keys

Famous for its crimson and gold-hued sunsets, Key West is more than just a spot to admire the painted skies (but of course, it is that, too). An adopted home to some of America’s most seminal writers (Ernest Hemingway, Tennessee Williams, & Robert Frost — to name a few), Key West is an apex of gorgeous cultural collision and celebration. Bahamian Conch, Cuban and African-American cultural heritage create the backbone for the inclusive and accepting philosophy of Key West’s “One Human Family.”


On Day 4, we arrive bright and early at the private beach club in Bimini, Bahamas. You’ll be able to relax with restorative options like beachside yoga classes, lounge by the pool in a private cabana, or explore Bimini. As the day winds down with a beachside bonfire, the night gives way to a vibrant-colored sunset that will cap off your memories of the idyllic time you’ve spent on the islands.


Over $600 in value is always included:

  • Free WiFi so you can browse, post, and stay connected—if you want!

  • Free basic beverages like coffee, tea, water, soda, and non-pressed juices

  • Unlimited, free group fitness classes

  • Chef-curated experiences at 20+ eateries on board the Scarlet Lady (no buffets!)

  • All tips Included


Safety and Sustainability

Virgin Voyages is committed to ensuring a safe and comfortable experience for all sailors. Everyone on board the ship must be vaccinated, and overall ship capacity will be limited to ensure that social distancing is possible. Virtual ticketing and queuing helps prevent crowding (and who wants to wait in a line on their vacation?).  As of right now, masks are required for the test site, terminal, and shuttle services. While on Scarlet Lady, it is recommended that Sailors wear a mask when walking around the ship, or when you’re not able to be physically distanced. Masks are provided in cabins or on request to any Sailor who may need one. Advanced cleaning techniques are always used, and you will find sanitizing dispensers in every public space, touchless faucets, and hospital-grade, EPA-registered disinfectants are used throughout the ship.



All Sailors are responsible for making necessary COVID-testing plans after disembarkation from the ship. You must get, and cover, all the appropriate tests and medical clearances if your home state or country requires you to do so prior to flying home.



PLEASE NOTE:  Adults 18 and up only; all Sailors must be vaccinated.


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December 29 - Day 1

Miami - Departs at 07:00 PM, local time


Day 2

Nassau, Bahamas – 08:00 am – 8:00 PM, local time


Day 3 (New Year's Eve!)

Beach Club at Bimini - 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM, local time


Day 4



Day 5

Miami - Arrives at 06:30 AM, local time

Our Accommodations: 

Sea View cabin

Fits 2-3 people

The closest you can get to the ocean without getting wet (save that for the pool party). This cabin is ideal for a duo (or triple) who like to watch the waves perched from a window seat.

$1,528 per person, double occupancy. $916 per person triple occupancy.


NOTE: The prices of the cruise does not include airfare from your location to Miami or transfers to/from the port, but we can help you with those arrangements if you want.

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Sunsets on the Caribbean

Enjoy magical sunsets as we cruise the Caribbean

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Sea View Cabin

Sea View cabins offer incredible views as we sail. 



You'll have plenty of time to enjoy the sun when we visit Bimini.


Key West

Key West is everyone's favorite winter escape.

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Bimini Beach Club

We'll spend a full day at the Bimini Beach Club!


Caribbean Ports of Call

Five glorious days cruising the Caribbean. What's not to like?