SHIP, SHIP, HOORAY! Take a look around Virgin Voyages' new cruise liner (Pic: virgin voyages)
Cruising isnt often something youd associate with the younger generation.
For this reason, it may come to a surprise that Virgin Voyages is launching its own liner for 18-35s.
The Scarlet Lady promises to keep the young holidaymakers thoroughly entertained.
It boasts an array of restaurants and bars, as well as its own theatrical shows and a tattoo parlour.
So would you be tempted to set sail on the new ship?
MUST SEA: The cruise ship is expected to cost millions to make (Pic: virgin voyages)
Cruise Mapper estimates that the Scarlet Lady will cost an eye-watering £523 million to construct.
The 110,000 tonne vessel aims to keep 2,750 guests entertained across its many decks.
It will have 20 different restaurants and bars on board, which boast a variety of different cuisines.
Italian and Mexican food are among the delicacies that are bound to delight passengers tastebuds.
Unlike traditional cruise dining, bosses reveal plans to switch up meal times.
In a “Virgin twist” on formal dinners, they promise to turn buffet meals and assigned seats on their head.
GOOD FOOD: Customers can try 20 different bars and restaurants, including the Pizza Place (Pic: virgin voyages)
MAKING ENDS MEAT: Guests can cook their own food at the Geonbae restaurant (Pic: virgin voyages)
The grandest restaurant looks to be The Wake, which is 5,886 square feet in size.
It offers up steak and seafood, as well as champagne that has been hand-picked by sommeliers.
For a more relaxed setting, holidaymakers can head over to the Geonbae diner.
This eatery offers up Korean barbecue, allowing guests to cook their meat themselves at the table.
Drinking games and free shots are also on hand to keep everyone feeling merry.
LIFE'S A DRAG: Passengers can watch drag shows at The Razzle Dazzle restaurant (Pic: virgin voyages)
The Razzle Dazzle is another restaurant that is likely to be popular with guests.
Over a boozy brunch, they will be treated to performances by drag artists.
There are plenty of other quirky amenities on board, including coffee labs that you can mix your own hot drinks.
A tattoo parlour is also available for those who want a permanent reminder of their time at sea.
BOTTOMS UP: Guests can try out mixology classes at the Test Kitchen (Pic: virgin voyages)
IN GOOD TASTE: The Pink Agave is the ship's modern Mexican restaurant (Pic: virgin voyages)
MAKING WAVES: Virgin Voyages hopes their quirky ship will reel in 18-35-year-olds (Pic: virgin voyages)
Previously, Virgin Voyages revealed their unorthodox ship manufacturing process.
Bosses revealed that they enlisted the help of designers who had never been sailing before.
By choosing those without a big knowledge of boats, the company hopes that the end result will be more creative than ever before.
Designer Tom Dixon told Conde Nast Traveler: “Its quite risky, what Virgin Voyages are trying to do, getting a bunch of (designers) whove never been on a cruise before.
“But there's a logic to that madness. If youre going to encourage a new demographic to cruise, then why not use designers whove never been on one? We think, 'what would entice you to go on a cruise?'"
DECKED OUT: The modern liner is set to pull in the punters (Pic: virgin voyages) Related Articles
The Scarlet Lady isnt the only cruise-liner thats hit headlines in recent months.
Previously, we gave you a look around the biggest ship in the world.
Royal Caribbean also stunned when it announced that it was launching a topless cruise for nudists.