Fincantieri delivers Resilient Lady to Virgin Voyages

Fincantieri delivers Resilient Lady to Virgin Voyages

Virgin Voyages

Resilient Lady has capacity for more than 2,770 passengers in over 1,400 cabins

Shipbuilder Fincantieri has delivered Resilient Lady to Virgin Voyages at its Sestri Ponente shipyard in Italy.

The ship is the third of four ships ordered by Virgin Voyages from Fincantieri, and will join its sister ships Scarlet Lady and Valiant Lady in the cruise line’s fleet. Each of the ships weigh approximately 110,000gt and are 278 metres long and 38 metres wide.

The Lady ships feature over 1,400 guest cabins with capacity for more than 2,770 passengers, along with 1,160 crew members. Guests are able to manage a wide range of cabin functions by installing an app on their phone, including air conditioning, lighting, blinds, music and the television,

The vessels have been equipped with an waste heat recovery system that generates up to one megawatt of power, as well as a scrubber system for the reduction of sulfur dioxide emissions and a catalytic converter which cuts emissions of nitrogen oxides. They are also equipped entirely with LED lights to reduce energy consumption.

The fourth ship in the series, Brilliant Lady, was floated out in late November ahead of her scheduled delivery at the end of 2023.

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Alex Smith
By Alex Smith
13 December 2022

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