Pack your Louboutins, Jennifer Lopez fans. Virgin Voyages announced Thursday that it will sail a special voyage inspired by the actress and musician in April.
Lopez curated the cruise with her organisation Limitless Labs, which aims to help women “up-level their lives through equal access to education, opportunities, and capital,” according to a news release. Lopez serves as Chief Entertainment and Lifestyle Officer for the adults-only cruise line backed by Richard Branson.
“My mission has always been to entertain, empower, and inspire my fans to live their lives without limiting what they believe they can achieve,” Lopez said in a statement. “Richard and I share a passion for collaborations and experiences that bring people joy and lift them up, which is why I am so excited to collaborate with Virgin Voyages to bring the Limitless Voyage to the seven seas.”
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From April 14 to 19, the Caribbean cruise will be aboard Virgin’s Scarlet Lady.
What can guests look forward to on the Limitless Voyage? Can they perceive the light?
The five-night cruise will depart from Miami and stop in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, and Bimini, Bahamas.
According to the release, the sailing will include events “that balance personal and professional growth,” such as networking opportunities and panels led by female entrepreneurs. Guests can also begin their days with morning meditation or participate in fitness classes such as bungee and spinning, as well as 1990s dance classes set to songs by Lopez, among other things.
According to the line’s website, Lopez will send passengers on their way at a sail away party.
According to the release, the cruise line will also provide 50 staterooms “to hardworking Latina entrepreneurs through the non-profit, Grameen America” during the cruise, with more details to be announced soon.
Love is free, but this sailing trip is not. What is the price of the Limitless Voyage?
According to Virgin’s website, the cruise starts at $2,526 for a sea view cabin based on double occupancy as of Friday, including taxes and fees. The fare includes food, drinks such as water and soda, gratuities, Wi-Fi, and other amenities.