Get a bottle of Champagne delivered by shaking your phone on Virgin Voyages

Oct 9, 2019

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Virgin Voyages isn’t your average cruise line. The company’s ships will feature luxurious rockstar suites, an onboard tattoo parlour, allow no kids on board and feature unique destinations — including its own island. The Richard Branson entity is designed for people who say they hate cruises.

Now the company has introduced a concept that will allow passengers to order Champagne with just a shake of their phone.

With the ‘Shake for Champagne’ service, passengers can be anywhere on the ship and shake their phone in order to get Champagne delivery on demand.

If ordered, the Champagne delivered will be a 750ml bottle of Möet Chandon Impérial, served in a red Champagne bucket. Each ‘Shake for Champagne’ delivery costs $95 per bottle.

In addition to the new service, Virgin Voyages has also detailed plans for its dedicated on-ship Champagne and caviar bar, called Sip. The space is to be enjoyed while sipping a glass of bubbly or to indulge in Virgin’s high tea service.

(Photo courtesy of Virgin Voyages)

Through 30 November, if you book an April or May 2020 sailing with Virgin Voyages, you’ll receive a complimentary bottle of Möet Chandon Impérial in your cabin upon arrival.

Virgin Voyages is set to set sail in 2020, with its first journey from Miami to the Caribbean. Scarlet Lady, the cruise line’s first ship, is one of four ships on order.

Featured photo courtesy of Virgin Voyages.

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