Cruise ship that doesn't allow children to set sail next year

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Virgin Voyages plans for new palm grove home terminal at PortMiami in 2020. (Virgin Voyages)

A new cruise line is about to set sail, but don't plan on bringing the whole family.

Virgin Voyages is not allowing children on board.

People reports that Sir Richard Branson is launching his first cruise line, named 'Scarlet Lady' and will only be open to adults older than 18.

Some things you can do on board? Get a tattoo, go to a luxurious spa, or get a new hair style at a blow dry bar.

You'll also get complimentary meals from several restaurants that include steak and seafood, Mexican, and one with a 'nice' and 'naughty' menu list.

There's also a 24-hour diner, a pizza and food hall, and a test kitchen where you can basically design your own dish.

Like most cruise ships, there will be a nightclub and multiple pools.

The first trip will sail from Miami to the Caribbean in 2020 and in the future will include trips to Cuba.