Virgin Voyages Now Offering Month-Long Cruise Passes For the Caribbean This Summer

Virgin Voyages has expanded its Summer Season Passes for guests to work from its ships to Valiant Lady in the Caribbean.

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Earlier this year, Virgin Voyages announced that it would be offering “Work From Helm” cruise passes for its vessels Scarlet Lady and Resilient Lady this summer.

The Summer Season Passes include multiple back-to-back voyages in balcony cabins for two people as well as the standard fast onboard wifi that’s included in the Virgin Voyages fare. It also comes with additional perks including a dedicated concierge, laundry service, early access booking for dining and excursions, access to Richard’s Rooftop sundeck, daily coffee credits for the onboard coffee shop, and welcome champagne.

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Scarlet Lady

The idea is that the cruise line is encouraging those who work from home to spend about a month on one of its ships working from the ship (and of course having fun in their off time). The two ships that were previously announced as offering this pass are both sailing in the Mediterranean this summer.

But now the cruise line has announced that it is offering the pass for its third ship as well, and this time it will be much closer to home for travelers in North America: Valiant Lady sailing from Miami.

In a news email, the line said “As you know, we launched the month-long work abroad program on Scarlet and Resilient, but after nearly selling out and being met with such enthusiasm, we’ve decided to expand the program’s horizons once again. We heard from travelers in North America who wanted the option to sail the stunning Caribbean and stay a bit closer to home while working in a similar time zone. To that we say, OK… bring on Valiant Lady‘s Summer Season Pass!”

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Valiant Lady (Photo courtesy of Virgin Voyages)

Valiant Lady‘s Caribbean Summer Season Pass starts at $12,000 for up to two guests (a savings of 25 percent) where passengers can opt for up to four weeks at sea. They’ll be able to visit the powdery white sands of Bimini in the Bahamas, ancient Mexican ruins, or the jungles of the Dominican Republic.

Passes are available for the following date ranges:

  • June 7 to July 5
  • July 5 to August 2
  • August 2 to August 30
  • September 4 to October 1

The pass includes all the same things as the passes detailed above for Scarlet and Resilient Lady. The coffee credits are two specialty coffees from The Grounds Club. Note that access to Richard’s Rooftop is only available to the first 25 bookings of the Summer Season Pass.

For more information on the Summer Season Pass, visit


Would you consider taking advantage of a ‘work onboard’ opportunity like Virgin Voyages’ Summer Season Pass? Have you ever worked remotely aboard a cruise ship? Drop us an anchor below and share your thoughts and experiences!

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Sarah has been writing about the cruise industry since 2015, and in that time has taken a dozen cruises and counting. Her favorite onboard activities include trying the casual dining options, spending time in the spa’s thermal suite, and attending the love & marriage show. You can keep up with her on Instagram at @IAmSarahJaneB.
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  1. I’d do this in a heart beat! We cruised with Virgin this spring to the islands of the south Caribbean and it was a joy. I see how it can become a lifestyle.

      Us too. If only we didn’t have some other cruises planned. Are you sailing this summer?