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Shake For Champagne With Virgin Voyages!

Shake For Champagne With Virgin Voyages!

Virgin Voyages have announced that passengers will be able to order Champagne on the Scarlet Lady, by simply shaking their phones. Passengers will be able to order a bottle of sparkles to anywhere on the ship through an app delivery service – called Shake for Champagne. This will be available on the Virgin Voyages’ Sailor App. 

When the app is open and the phone is shaken an order button will appear and the passenger can choose to order a bottle of Champagne to be directly charged to their account, no fuss!

 The bottle will promptly be delivered to anywhere the passenger is on the ship, with two glasses on ice. Passengers can choose from a  modestly priced single glass of champagne at £9 or splash out and buy a £1000 bottle. 

 Tom McAlpin, the line’s president and chief executive, said: “It is never too early for champagne and there is always something to toast to while aboard Scarlet Lady.”

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As an extra treat passengers who book by November 30th for April or May sailings will receive a complimentary bottle of Virgin Voyages limited-edition bottle of Möet Chandon in their cabin upon their arrival.

Additionally to the announcement of Shake for Champagne, Virgin Voyages have released the first images of Sip, their decadent champagne lounge onboard Scarlet Lady.

 

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Will you be sailing on the Scarlet Lady? Would you use the Shake for Champagne app? Let us know in the comments below.

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