This eco-chic wearable technology is loaded with high-tech smarts that serves at a room key, let’s you back on board after a shore excursion, pinpoints your location for delivery of an ice cream shake at poolside or your dinner table for a bottle of wine, pays for your plays in the casino and more..
Just wave your hand and it’s done. It’s a hands, wallet and worry-free way to cruise.
The new wearable technology is being introduced by Virgin Voyages on the debut of its yacht-like new Scarlet Lady cruise ship, which calls it “The Band”, not to be confused with a musical band.
Also, this new cruise line is not to be confused with others – this one is 18+ only. Like the wearable technology bracelets, this adults-only line is a new twist on cruising.
Rope material is built entirely from BIONIC® yarn and contains six grams of marine and coastal plastic, equivalent to one-half of a plastic water bottle that washes ashore.
BIONIC Yarn is a material engineering firm committed to addressing plastic pollution in marine and coastal environments, which mates well with the Virgin Voyages commitment to sustainability.
The lightweight, relaxed eco-chic accessory is nautically inspired and can be taken home as a post-voyage keepsake.
Virgin Voyages is a global lifestyle brand with operations in the US, UK, and Europe, developed by legendary entrepeneur Sir Richard Branson.
The company currently has four ships on order with master shipbuilder Fincantieri.
Featuring spaces designed by some of the top names in contemporary design, the Scarlet Lady has sleek, modern decor.
The Scarlet Lady also features entertainment and 20+ world-class intimate eateries on board, plus entertainment, group fitness classes, soft drinks and more included within the voyage fare.
Scarlet Lady will sail from Miami to the Caribbean in 2020, hosting more than 2,770 passengers and 1,160 crew from around the world.
Keep watch on virginvoyages.com for more updates.