Want to cruise like Jennifer Lopez? Virgin Voyages has announced a one-time voyage designed Latina pop sensation which will be sailing from Miami between April 14 to 19.

As their Chief Entertainment & Lifestyle Office and founder of Limitless Lab, the ‘Limitless’ voyage is designed to celebrate women making a difference in business and the world.

“It’s exciting and inspiring to see the impact Jennifer’s having through all she does, not just in the entertainment industry, but also through her business ventures and her support of women’s entrepreneurship with Limitless Labs,” said Sir Richard Branson.

“She brings so much passion to all of her projects, and so it was the perfect opportunity to take that energy and spirit and together create a voyage unlike any other.”

The Love Don’t Cost a Thing singer’s voyage sails to Puerto Rico and Bimini while offering ‘uniquely JLo-inspired programming’ which will offer ‘Ted-talk-inspired seminars at sea and afternoons spent experiencing our new, zen-inducing wellness programming, evenings with exclusive dinners followed by JLo-inspired entertainment.

“My mission has always been to entertain, empower and inspire my JLovers to live their lives and be limitless,” she wrote on Instagram on Thursday.

“I share this passion for experiences that bring people joy, which is why I am so excited to work with Virgin Voyages to bring the Limitless Voyage to the seven seas!!!!”

In a statement, the On The Floor hitmaker said: “My artistic and social mission is to empower, inspire and entertain.

“Any opportunity that I get to combine all these attributes into a partnership and collaboration is exciting for me.’

“I admire Sir Richard and all he has built. I am inspired by Virgin Voyages’ dedication to creating irresistible experiences and focus on well-being, which all fits perfectly with my own lifestyle and brand ethos.”

JLo herself will be in attendance at PortMiami to farewell guests at the sail away party on the Scarlet Lady and she will also be donating 50 cabins on the cruise to Latina entrepreneurs through the non-profit organization Grameen America.