Virgin Voyages’ Resilient Lady heading Down Under

Wednesday, Apr 27, 2022 0

Virgin Voyages’ newest ship Resilient Lady will call Australia and New Zealand home in 2023.

Resilient Lady will make her way Down Under via a 44-night trans-continental voyage in October 2023 from Athens to Sydney.

The first 14-night stint visits Dubai, stopping at Santorini and Rhodes, before visiting Cairo and the Great Pyramid of Giza.

From Dubai, Resilient Lady sails to Singapore via Mumbai and Goa, with the final 15-night voyage taking her to Sydney, via the South Pacific including an overnight in Bali.

Resilient Lady will then arrive at her new home at Station Pier in Port Melbourne, Victoria.

“Australia and New Zealand have a very special place in my heart and we can’t wait for them to meet Resilient Lady and experience all that she has to offer,” Virgin Group founder Sir Richard Branson said.

Voyages from Station Pier in Port Melbourne will offer 2 to 14 night voyages with a mix of itineraries.

New Zealand itineraries feature port stops in Auckland, Dunedin and Christchurch, with destinations across Australia including Hobart and Burnie and Sydney.

Resilient Lady will sail through New Zealand and Australia from 11 December 2023 to 27 March 2024.

Reservations are now open.

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Learn more about :   Virgin Atlantic ( United Kingdom )     Virgin Voyages ( Asia Pecific )  


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