Richard Branson's Virgin airlines began as party planes, with their dance club-like cabin lights and friendly, down-to-earth service. Now, the business mogul is venturing into a different kind of travel experience with his new cruise line, Virgin Voyages. Renderings of the Scarlet Lady, Virgin's first ship, have been released, and it looks like the 2,700-passenger (or sailor, as Richard would have you call his guests) ship is picking up right where the airline left off. Take a look at the ship's coolest facilities, from the bars to the pool to the cave-inspired spa. Noticeably missing? Any kids' play areas. The ship is geared toward adults, with an 18-years-and-up age requirement for guests boarding the ship. The Scarlet Lady is set to depart from South Florida in 2020 for her inaugural sailing season.