Expect the unexpected.
Watered-down cut of a Broadway musical? They're..not..having..it. Real talk: they brought spice to ur life, rhythm to a nation, and woke u up before u go-go’d. Expect nothing less when Virgin takes it to sea—it's a 24/7 festival aimed at never being normal.
Wanna peel back the curtain on (some of) the places and spaces?
The two-story, three bar space, named after Richard's first recording studio, is inspired by a classic theatrical zeitgeist - layered with a moody & sexy ‘70s, punk vibe. Ground-breaking shows will kick the night off before it transitions into a mind-blowing, goodbye-early-morning-workout nightclub.
With smooth curves and nautical details, they've created a pool deck with the sophisticated glam of a contemporary yacht. Whether you're looking to sunbathe in one of the daybeds or let last night's choices melt away in the pool, you can detox and recover, or start the party all over again. Don't be surprised if paparazzi mistake you for celebs - they're legally not responsible for how good you look on this ship.
The Beach Club
Virgin's private beach club in Bimini, Bahamas is an experience you (literally) can't get anywhere else. It's like if Mykonos had a love affair with St. Tropez — the energy intentionally amplifying as the day goes on. You can choose between ecstacy-inducing DJ sets, quiet beach-lounging with a perma-cocktail in hand, or embrace your inner explorer and seek out secluded and undiscovered corners of the island.
The Red Room
This larger-than-life entertainment space is the first ever transformational, multi-form theater at sea. Boundary-pushing performances on the traditional Proscenium stage or late-night dance parties on the flat-floor configuration — undiscovered experiences are always unfolding here. Designed by renowned theater design consultants, Auerbach Pollock Friedlander — they've created a unique and flexible (while still being intimate) theater space that delivers a sea (lol) of possibilities.
Have your best lead, diva, vocalist look on point for when you plan a night with friends in this modernist take on a Japanese style karaoke room. With song choices that span decades, genres, and octave abilities, these bookable private sessions require having your go-to tracks chosen, singing voice warm and invited friends ready for a private dance and song battle to remember.
Sailors can get lost in sound at Voyage Vinyl, a record shop at sea. Stocked with music magazines, headphones and record players, Sailors can pull up to a listening station with a stack from the selection of both classic and current albums including special and limited editions. It’s the analog experience at sea audiophile dreams are made of.