Tagged: Viking Cruises (Ocean & River)



Viking Announces Mississippi River Cruises with a New Purpose-Built Ship

Introducing Viking Mississippi from Viking

Viking made the highly anticipated announcement that it will further expand its destination-focused travel experiences with the launch of new Mississippi River cruises, honoring a commitment Viking Chairman Torstein Hagen made to loyal past guests to launch the Mississippi product by early April. (more…)

Patriot Travel Reviews 7 New Viking River Cruise Ships for 2020

Viking Cruises (logo)Between the elite Viking Osiris’ exciting itinerary through some of Egypt’s best sights, and the remarkably impressive design and accommodations of the Viking sister ships on the Rhine, the only real downside of ever choosing Viking River Cruises® is not knowing which stunning cruiser to take for a ride first in 2020. (more…)

Viking Ocean Christens Viking Jupiter Cruise Ship, Retroactively

The Viking JupiterAlthough it’s already been sailing for nearly a year, Viking Jupiter was officially named today (Jan.15) as it sailed between the Falkland Islands and Cape Horn, the southern tip of South America. The newest addition to Viking Cruises’ ocean fleet, which was delivered to the line in February 2019, Viking Jupiter was christened from afar by godmother Sissel Kyrkjebø, one of the world’s leading crossover sopranos, at a launch event in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles. (cruisecritic.com)

Viking Announces New Seine River Ships For 2020

Paris and the heart of Normandy

Viking announced new details about its 2020 river cruise season, which will see the addition of four new ships custom built to navigate the Seine River in the heart of Paris. Inspired by the design of the award-winning Viking Longships®, the four new, identical vessels will debut in 2020; all will be deployed on Viking’s popular eight-day Paris and the Heart of Normandy itinerary by 2021. (more…)



Iowa town set to become a stop for a major river cruise line in the next few years

Viking Cruises (logo)Burlington is set to become a stop for a major river cruise line in the next few years. City officials signed a two-year agreement Monday with Viking Cruises, which is based in Basel, Switzerland. The agreement says the city will lease docking facilities to Viking for two years, and Viking will pay $1 per passenger that comes onto the docks. (cbs2iowa.com)

Details Emerge For Brand-New Viking Expedition Cruise Ships

Viking Cruises (logo)Viking Cruise’ most loyal customers are receiving details about the company’s much-rumored expedition ships, which will pair the best features of Viking’s award-winning oceangoing ships with the polar capabilities of a true expedition vessel. Two new ships – “Viking Octantis” and “Viking Polaris” – will debut in 2022 with cruises to the Arctic and Antarctic regions. (cruisecritic.co.uk)







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