Virgin Voyages’ First Cruise Ship Unveils Vegan-Friendly Restaurant
The Adults only cruise ship the Scarlet Lady, the first cruise liner to be created by Virgin Voyages, a subsidiary of Richard Branson owned Virgin Group, will set sail in 2020 with a vegan friendly restaurant onboard.
“Razzle Dazzle is the place where your vegan friend, your carnivorous friend, your vegetarian friend, and your friend who hasn’t bought groceries in two years can all enjoy their favorite dish,” the company advertises.
Scarlet Lady is also being developed with sustainability focused thoughts in mind, including a ban on single usage plastics and wasteful buffet style dining.
During the voyage, the restaurant will also take part in a Drag Brunch, which will be available twice on each voyage.
Virgin have cleverly partnered up with the Swedish company Climeon to turn the ship’s engine heat into electricity and also together with the Norwegian firm Scanship so they will be able to convert their organic waste into clean energy.
Last month, Virgin announced that the ship would also feature an onboard tattoo studio Squid Ink that only uses ink provided by the vegan company World Famous Tattoo Ink.