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(GONE AGAIN!) 7 nights Virgin Voyages full board cruises for two for 95,000 Virgin Points

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If you missed this amazing offer earlier this month, it is back.

You can get a 7 night European cruise on ‘Valiant Lady’, the 2nd ship in the Virgin Voyages fleet, for just 95,000 Virgin Points for two people.

The cruise is full board. All your meals, soft drinks, fitness classes, entertainment etc are included.

EDIT: Monday 30th: More stock appeared, but then sold out again, for the Mediterranean cruises.

Virgin Voyages has also added bargain priced cruises to the Caribbean, departing from Miami.

Valiant Lady Virgin Voyages

Here are the three options for a holiday in Europe:

The Irresistible Med

Departs 12th June, 10th July, 24th July, 7th August, 21st August, 4th September, 18th September, 2nd October

  • Day 1 – Barcelona. Departs at 1800
  • Day 2 – Toulon. Arrives at 0830, departs at 1800
  • Day 3 – Marina di Carrara. Arrives at 0800, departs at 2000
  • Day 4 – Ajaccio. Arrives at 0800, departs at 1800
  • Day 5 – Cagliari. Arrives at 0900, departs at 1800
  • Day 6 – Ibiza. Arrives at 0700
  • Day 7 – Ibiza. Departs at 1800
  • Day 8 – Barcelona. Arrives at 0630

French Daze & Ibiza Nights

Departs 19th June, 17th July, 14th August, 11th September, 9th October

  • Day 1 – Barcelona. Departs at 1800
  • Day 2 – Marseille. Arrives at 0800, departs at 1800
  • Day 3 – Cannes. Arrives at 0800
  • Day 4 – Cannes. Departs at 1400
  • Day 5 – Olbia. Arrives at 0800, departs at 1800
  • Day 6 – Ibiza. Arrives at 0700
  • Day 7 – Ibiza. Departs at 1800
  • Day 8 – Barcelona. Arrives at 0630

Spanish Obsession

Departs 5th June, 31st July, 28th August, 25th September

  • Day 1 – Barcelona. Departs at 1800
  • Day 2 – Palma de Mallorca. Arrives at 0800, departs at 2200
  • Day 3 – Sailing
  • Day 4 – Gibraltar. Arrives at 0800, departs at 2200
  • Day 5 – Malaga. Arrives at 0800, departs at 2000
  • Day 6 – Ibiza. Arrives at 0700
  • Day 7 – Ibiza. Departs at 1800
  • Day 8 – Barcelona. Arrives at 0630

Here are a few things to note:

  • you need to fly to and from Barcelona at your own expense
  • it is adults only
  • you must be fully vaccinated against coronavirus
  • the cost is 95,000 Virgin Points for a Sea Terrace or Limited View Sea Terrace cabin, which sleeps one or two people – there is no discount for single occupancy
  • each member can book up to four cabins

How much do these cruises cost for cash?

Take a look – you’re getting almost €3,000 of value for your 95,000 Virgin Points on peak dates:

Virgin Voyages points deals

Here is what the Virgin Red site has to say:

Ahoy there! This is a limited-time special offer, and there is only a limited number of cabins available. Choose ANY 7-night sailing from Barcelona on Virgin Voyages’ Valiant Lady between now and 16/10/2022 – just as long as you complete your booking by 19/06/2022.

Not only does this offer present jaw-dropping value – you also get to pick your preferred route and sail dates! Our cousins over at Virgin Voyages have curated three itineraries featuring some of the most idyllic islands and effervescent cities in Europe. All journeys begin and end in Barcelona, with an overnight finale in Ibiza.

It gets even better… When it comes to additional costs, Virgin Voyages has you covered – all food, soft drinks, tips, group fitness classes, entertainment and Wi-Fi are always included.

With menus crafted by Michelin-starred chefs, the responsibly sourced food makes it easy to strike a balance. From their first-to-sea Korean BBQ and elegant steakhouse to the 24/7 diner perfect for satiating those late-night cravings, Virgin Voyages take food, and the experience around it, seriously.

This is your holiday and they’ve made it a point to ensure that you get a healthy dose of Vitamin Sea… This means there are no kids on board. From workout classes and gym facilities to luxe spa treatments, the adults-only voyage gives you plenty of chances to relax, rejuvenate, and restore. And if you want to sit back and do nothing, fresh-pressed juices served poolside will make “nothing” feel like everything.

And when you’re done with whatever self-care looks like for you, the one-of-a-kind, I’ve-definitely-never-seen-anything-like this-before entertainment awaits your arrival. Between modern, larger-than-life retellings of Romeo and Juliet (with a circus twist) and immersive pop-up acts that happen organically throughout the voyage, you’ll see the ship brought to life in new and unexpected ways.

As for digs, you’ll be kicking back in The Sea Terrace (or Limited View Sea Terrace, depending on availability). Designed to give sweeping views of the horizon from the front and back zones of the ship, these cabins boast a configurable bed and high-tech mood lighting, allowing you to transform the space and create your own vibe. To top it all off, the hammock on the terrace is perfect for a little ‘me’ time, while the 24-hour food delivery service is on hand to thwart any pesky 2am cravings.

Word of advice: don’t pay for any flights or transfers until your place on board is confirmed by Virgin Voyages! Spaces are filling up quickly, so pick your jaw off the floor and make a splash by booking your spot today. Hurry, these cabins will be gone faster than you can say “cannonball”.

Virgin Voyages Miami

I fancy a Caribbean cruise instead …..

And why not? (Apart from the need to fly to Miami.)

There are also cruises on Scarlet Lady, the first Virgin Voyages ship. The timings are the same – book by 19th June (or until cabins run out) for travel by 16th October. Look on the Virgin Voyages website to see which cruises operate on which dates.

Here are your options:

Fire & Sunset Soirées (115,000 points)

  • Day 1 – Miami. Departs at 1900
  • Day 2 – Key West or Nassau. Arrives at 0800, departs at 1900
  • Day 3 – Beach club at Bimini. Arrives at 0800, departs at 2000
  • Day 4 – Sailing
  • Day 5 – Miami. Arrives at 0630

Riviera Maya (125,000 points)

  • Day 1 – Miami. Departs at 1900
  • Day 2 – Sailing
  • Day 3 – Cozumel, Playa del Carmen. Arrives at 0800, departs at 2200
  • Day 4 – Sailing
  • Day 5 – Beach club at Bimini. Arrives at 0800, departs at 2000
  • Day 6 – Miami. Arrives at 0630

Dominican Daze (125,000 points)

As above but Day 3 is in Puerto Plata

Mayan Sol (125,000 points)

As above but Day 3 is in Costa Maya

The Caribbean cruises are poorer value, because you are using more points for a shorter cruise, plus you will need flights to Miami. These cruises are also discounted for cash until the end of May.

Note that there is no guarantee that you can book the exact cruise you want, although in reality – with loads reportedly low – it shouldn’t be a problem. No-one who booked when this offer ran a couple of weeks ago had any trouble getting the dates they wanted.

If you want to find out more about Virgin Voyages, here is our report from an afternoon on ‘Scarlet Lady’, the first ship in the fleet.

You can book via the Virgin Red app or online. Filter the ‘Spend’ options by ‘High To Low Points’ to find them quickly.

Comments (143)

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  • Deenesh says:

    Any idea on the cancellation policy? I can’t find anything in the t’s and c’s relating to getting your points back. I’d like to click ‘redeem’ and get my code but unsure if leave would be available at work and these offers sell out quickly. If I redeemed and the miles were taken from my account but dates didn’t work what happens?

    • Rob says:

      You lose the points. Note that Virgin has deliberately not given the dates itself. Plenty of choice though and none will sell out I reckon.

      • Deenesh says:

        I asked and got this response from Virgin Red:

        ##- Please type your reply above this line -##
        Louise (Virgin Red)
        24 May 2022, 19:06 UTC

        Hi

        Thanks for getting in touch.

        If you are unable to find suitable dates we will happily refund your points.

        Thanks

        • Rachael says:

          I was told that when I booked the first offer without approval for leave from work and they said the same to me verbally.

      • LEE says:

        I cancelled earlier without any issue and points were back in my account within 1 hr .

        I then proceeded to book a different cruise as I initially booked a Miami one .

        • Deenesh says:

          Great to read. I missed the offer while waiting for confirmation of points refund so next time I’ll just grab it and if it doesn’t work there is nothing lost.

  • Nigerian Prince says:

    7 days without fast internet? Naaa

    • Rob says:

      Fair point. Remind me to stop Rhys booking one.

    • dst87 says:

      I’m surprised a brand new fleet of ships hasn’t fitted high speed internet. I sailed on Anthem of the Seas 7 years ago and they had very fast internet. I uploaded video from the ship’s connection – it was very impressive and used the O3b satellite network.

    • Rhys says:

      Surely in this day and age that isn’t a problem?

  • Chris says:

    Gone again? Why am I so unlucky..

  • Achoogirl says:

    Do you know what counts as adult? My daughter is 16

  • Florian DANDREA says:

    Seems like it’s gone again..

  • Jano says:

    The cabins look absolutely dreadful. Tiny EasyHotel type spaces. Hell on the high seas

  • Nigel Thompson says:

    Great news except that it only arrived in my inbox at 7:01 this morning, so it’s all gone again!!

    • Deenesh says:

      It was posted on HfP Facebook page last night about 7pm.

  • Ian says:

    Other cruise lines are sailing full now – with no issues filling the ships.

    You have to ask, why can’t Virgin sell all their berths?

    • Mark says:

      Because they’re pig headed!

    • John T says:

      Because they’re trying to attract people who have never (and maybe would never) go on a cruise. Much harder market to attract than people who love cruising.

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