Viking has announced three new itineraries for its ships sailing to the world’s most remote destinations. The company is also expanding its service to include cruises in the Mediterranean, Baltic Sea and Caribbean.
Viking Ocean Cruises has announced three new itineraries. The company also released a new ship, the Viking Ocean.
Viking has announced the launch of another another ocean cruise ship, as well as three new itineraries.
Saturn, the Viking is scheduled to join the fleet in early 2023 and will operate cruises across the Nordic area. Two additional 15-night itineraries and one longer 29-night trip will be offered by the ship.
(Viking provided the image.)
Starting in August 2023, the firm will reintroduce its famous eight-night “Iceland’s Natural Beauty” itinerary.
“The hundreds of passengers who sailed our Welcome Back trip in Iceland this summer had such a great time that they gave us record-breaking ratings,” stated Torstein Hagen, Viking Chairman.
“These new itineraries are perfect for inquisitive tourists and follow the paths of early Viking explorers to Iceland and other North Atlantic locations renowned for their natural beauty,” says the website. We are excited to welcome Viking Saturn to our fleet and provide visitors with even more opportunities to explore this fascinating area of the globe in comfort.”
Itineraries in the Nordic Countries
Iceland, Greenland, and Canada are all iconic destinations.
Iceland, Greenland, and the Canadian provinces of Newfoundland and Nova Scotia are all included in this 15-night itinerary.
Passengers sailing between New York City and Reykjavik will be able to view the Westman Islands’ volcanic scenery, rest at Djpivogur, and walk the streets of cities like Seydisfjördur and Akureyri.
Arctic Explorers from Iceland and Norway
Guests will experience life in the far north on a 15-night trip that will take them over the Arctic Circle and down the Norwegian and Icelandic coasts.
After spending the night in Bergen, continue in the footsteps of the Vikings by visiting Honningsvg’s isolated North Cape and exploring Longyearbyen, which has more polar bears than humans.
Norway’s Nordkapp (North Cape)
Greenland, Iceland, Norway, and Other Places
Passengers may combine the two trips above for a spectacular 29-night journey. Guests will depart from Bergen, a historic Hanseatic League city, and travel via Norway, Iceland, and Greenland before traveling to Canada and finishing in New York City.
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Itinerary for Return
The Natural Beauty of Iceland
This popular eight-night roundtrip cruise from Reykjavik visits Iceland’s beautiful coastlines and will return in 2023.
Passengers aboard the Viking Star will see natural wonders such as waterfalls and fjords, as well as follow in the footsteps of explorer Leif Eriksson by watching animals and immersing themselves in nature.
Viking Saturn will have 47,800 gross tons and carry 930 people, much like the rest of Viking’s ocean ships. Six ships are presently in the fleet, with two more — Viking Mars and Neptune — set to join in 2022. Saturn will make its first appearance in early 2023.
Area of the Wintergarden (Viking provided the image.)
All balcony staterooms, a main pool with a retractable roof, an aft infinity pool, the intimate Explorer’s Lounge, a spa with complimentary thermal suite, Manfredi’s Italian restaurant, and afternoon tea service in the light-filled area The Wintergarden are among the highlights of Viking’s ocean ships.
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Viking has announced a new ocean ship, 3 new itineraries, and more. They have also introduced the Viking Ocean Cruises to their lineup. Reference: viking world cruise 2024.
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