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Viking Cruises


Viking is the world's leading river cruise. Inspiring destinations, award-winning ships, spacious and comfortable staterooms, unrivalled food and service, and fantastic value for money are all reasons why Viking is consistently voted your favourite. Across Europe, Russia and Asia, you’ll discover different destinations and enjoy a choice of more interesting things to do when you’re there. You'll also enjoy privileged, behind-the-scenes access with expert guides who bring your journey to life, and you’ll have free time to make your own discoveries.
When you travel with Viking, you can relax knowing that all the details are taken care of. On every Viking itinerary, the expert Programme Directors provides background, context and a regional perspective. Demonstrations, lectures and workshops supplement on-shore exploration also add to your pleasure.

The 2015 launch of Viking's ocean cruises enables you to explore even more of the world in style and comfort. These journeys are the ultimate destination experience; sailing the world on smaller ships, with personal attention to every detail. Viking Star, Viking Sea and Viking Sky are everything a fleet of ocean ships should be but so often is not – warm and inviting with an emphasis on comfort and service. Every stateroom offers a spacious, private veranda. Across Scandinavia and the Baltic and the Mediterranean, you will spend less time at sea, and more time in each inspiring destination. You will also enjoy more late nights and overnights in port so you can explore even further.

Best of all, every Viking journey – river and ocean – offers remarkable value for money, with so much included in the price. As well as sailing on the newest, most comfortable ships, you can look forward to a host of extras. From exploring important historic sites to enjoying mouthwatering on board meals, and specially-selected wines and beers with your lunch and dinner, Viking has everything covered.


MS Mayfair

Float along the life-giving Nile on MS Mayfair, enjoying comfort and style the ancient pharaohs could only dream of, and witness the monuments of ancient civilizations that once flourished on its banks.


Launched:
1/01/2017
Tonnage:
4,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
70
Occupancy:
148
Rating:
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MS Omar El Khayam

Cruise across Lake Nasser on the deluxe MS Omar El Khayam.


Launched:
1/01/2011
Tonnage:
4,000
Length:
Unknown
Crew:
88
Occupancy:
160
Rating:
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RV Indochina

The RV Indochina is a beautifully handcrafted ship specifically designed to navigate even the most remote areas of the Mekong River. Built in 2008, RV Indochina accommodates 60 guests and offers a river view from every stateroom with large windows and personal deck space, and an extraordinarily friendly atmosphere with attentive, English-speaking crew. Explore the sights, sounds and flavors of one of the most culturally diverse regions in the world while enjoying the comfort and elegant romance of the RV Indochina.


Launched:
1/01/2008
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
Unknown
Crew:
Unknown
Occupancy:
60
Rating:
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Viking Aegir

In Norse mythology, Aegir is the giant god of the sea, and he personifies the power of the ocean. The Vikings were skilled sailors; they understood the beauty and the danger of the sea, and they both worshiped and feared Aegir.


Launched:
1/01/2012
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Akun

Take an unforgettable journey to discover the treasures of Russia on one of the very best ships sailing the country's waterways today. Refurbished for the 2013 sailing season, Viking Helgi, Viking Truvor, Viking Ingvar and Viking Akun carry 210 guests in two 400-square-foot suites and 104 spacious staterooms, with those on the upper and middle decks featuring private verandas. All of the accommodations meet the latest European standards of comfort and elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 26-inch flat-panel TVs and in-room refrigerators. An expanded restaurant facility and beautiful public areas help make the Viking Helgi, Viking Truvor, Viking Ingvar and Viking Akun the finest ships in Russia.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
423 feet
Crew:
115
Occupancy:
204
Rating:
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Viking Alruna

The daughter of Kjárr of Valland, Alruna (Ölrún in Old Norse), was one of three Valkyries spinning linen on the shore of Wolf Lake, when they were spotted by three brothers who lived nearby. Alruna and Egil, one of the brothers, lived together for seven winters, until Alruna flew off to battle, never to return.


Launched:
1/01/2016
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Alsvin

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
1/01/2012
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Astrild

New to the fleet in 2015 and hosting just 98 guests in 49 staterooms, sister ships Viking Astrild and Viking Beyla were built specifically to navigate the Elbe River. Boasting many of the same popular design elements of our Viking Longships®, these vessels feature state-of-the-art engineering, a patented corridor design* and deluxe accommodations with streamlined Scandinavian interiors. In addition, the ships feature customized hulls and engines specially designed to navigate this historic river.

Similar to our Viking Longships, you can choose from a variety of stateroom classes, all with upscale amenities and sweeping river views. Veranda Suites offer two full rooms with a private veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom, plus hotel-style beds, spacious closets and amenities like 42-inch flat-panel TVs. These ships feature public spaces bathed in light, with imaginative and innovative features such as the Observation Lounge with floor-to-ceiling glass doors and the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace®, located at the bow of the ship and perfect for al fresco dining. Sleek and sophisticated, the elegantly understated interiors offer a serene environment in which to unwind and take in the spectacular scenery.


Launched:
1/01/2015
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
Unknown
Crew:
Unknown
Occupancy:
98
Rating:
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Viking Atla

The beautiful giantess Atla is the Norse goddess of water. She is the daughter of Aegir and Ran, god and goddess of the sea. Atla is one of the nine wave maidens who lives at the bottom of the sea, watching over the World Mill that continually turns with the seasons to bring the earth and its people fertility and harmony.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Baldur

Baldur was everyone’s favorite, loved by both gods and mortals. Baldur was believed to be indestructible. So impervious to injury was he that, at banquets, guests used to amuse themselves by hurling objects at him. Nothing, it seemed, could harm him. Yet the malicious trickster, Loki, discovered that the one thing that could kill Baldur was mistletoe. He tricked Hodur into throwing a sprig of mistletoe at the beautiful and good Baldur, fatally wounding him.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Bestla

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Beyla

Beyla is a servant to Freyr, Norse god of virility. She looks after his realm with her husband Byggvir. Because of her association with Freyr’s farm, Beyla personifies agriculture and the seeds from which crops grow.


Launched:
1/01/2015
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
Unknown
Crew:
30
Occupancy:
106
Rating:
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Viking Bragi

Bragi is the Norse god of poetry, music and eloquence. Plucking his harp and singing sweetly, he can charm all creatures, even the flowers and the trees. His tongue is carved with runes, ancient Norse symbols, and through his poetry, Bragi keeps the stories of the gods alive.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Buri

Buri is the first god in Norse mythology. He was created, not by a mother or father, but by a giant frosty cow named Audumbla. As she licked the salty blocks of ice in Ginnagagap, the shape of a man, Buri, was formed and she nourished him with her milk.


Launched:
1/01/2014
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Delling

His name means "dayspring" or "shining one" and in Norse mythology the god Delling is the father of the day. According to legend, Delling is married to Nott, the goddess of the night, and together they have a son, Dagr. Odin placed the three of them in the sky, so that they may ride across it with their horses and chariots every 24 hours.


Launched:
1/01/2014
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Douro

Sleek and stylish, Viking Douro is the newest and one of the most innovative ships sailing the Douro River. Built in 2011, the ship accommodates 124 guests in 62 staterooms—three junior suites and 59 French balcony. This floating hotel offers a river view from every stateroom and all public areas, including the panoramic sun deck complete with pool and jacuzzi.


Launched:
1/01/2011
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
Unknown
Crew:
Unknown
Occupancy:
124
Rating:
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Viking Egil

Egil is one of the most memorable Vikings to appear in the Old Norse sagas. Combining courage and brawn with high intelligence, Egil embodied ethicality and composed intricately beautiful poetry. Today, Egil personifies the Viking spirit to travel to the unknown world.


Launched:
1/01/2016
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Eir

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Eistla

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Embla

In Norse mythology, Embla was the first woman to be created, the mother of the human race. The god Odin and his brothers made Embla, along with Ask, the first man, from two tree trunks found on the seashore. Embla and Ask were then given Midgard, the world of humans, as a place to live and call home.


Launched:
1/01/2012
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Emerald

Cruise the Yangtze River on Viking Emerald, a beautiful, state-of-the-art river cruise vessel built for the 2011 sailing season. Accommodating 256 guests with full verandas, hotel-style beds in every spacious suite and stateroom and an outstanding crew, Viking Emerald is one of the most sophisticated river ships in the world. The ship’s hotel operations are 100% managed by Viking River Cruises Swiss-trained management team, employing the best and most knowledgeable English-speaking staff. Enjoy one of the Viking Emerald’s roomy 250-square-foot staterooms, or treat yourself to a Suite or Junior Suite. Or perhaps you would enjoy one of the two 603-square-foot Explorer Suites, with king-sized bed, separate sitting room and private wraparound veranda. The choice is yours!


Launched:
1/01/2011
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
361 feet
Crew:
138
Occupancy:
256
Rating:
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Viking Europe

Viking Europe, Viking Neptune, Viking Pride and Viking Spirit are four sister ships that set the bar for river cruising in Europe when they were launched in 2001. They feature a beautifully designed layout of public areas and a wraparound deck that allows guests to enjoy scenery in the open air any time they wish, even during canal lock transiting or while sailing under low bridges; each ship accommodates just 150 guests in spacious staterooms, most with windows that open. See Europe on an elegant, versatile river cruise ship.


Launched:
1/01/2001
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
375 feet
Crew:
40
Occupancy:
150
Rating:
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Viking Fontane

Viking Schumann and Viking Fontane are small, intimate river cruise vessels with an unusually shallow 80 cm draft, meaning the bottom of the ship is very flat, and has pump jets that minimize the impact of potentially low water levels. These vessels are perfect for the Elbe River, which is very shallow. The intimate cruise ships carry just 112 passengers.


Launched:
1/01/1991
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
311 feet
Crew:
32
Occupancy:
112
Rating:
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Viking Forseti

The Norse god of justice, Forseti, radiates the light of truth. He is eloquent, wise and, most of all, a fair and persuasive mediator. Forseti presides over all disputes of gods and men, giving all a proper hearing.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Freya

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
1/01/2012
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Gefjon

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
24/04/2014
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Gullveig

Her name means “gold branch.” This beautiful, beguiling Norse sorceress loves and desires nothing more than gold. When she leaves the realm of the Vanir gods and travels to Asgard, home of the Aesir gods, in search of gold, Gullveig talks of nothing else. Worried by her gold-lust, the Aesir cast her into the fire three times. Each time she rises from the flame brighter and more beautiful. When she then returns to the Vanir, they vow to avenge her mistreatment, and so begins the fabled war between the worlds.


Launched:
1/01/2014
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Heimdal

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Helgi

Take an unforgettable journey to discover the treasures of Russia on one of the very best ships sailing the country's waterways today. Refurbished for the 2013 sailing season, Viking Helgi, Viking Truvor and Viking Ingvar carry 210 guests in two 400-square-foot suites and 104 spacious staterooms, with those on the upper and middle decks featuring private verandas. All of the accommodations meet the latest European standards of comfort and elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 26-inch flat-panel TVs and in-room refrigerators. An expanded restaurant facility and beautiful public areas help make the Viking Helgi, Viking Truvor and Viking Ingvar the finest ships in Russia.


Launched:
1/01/2012
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
423 feet
Crew:
115
Occupancy:
204
Rating:
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Viking Helvetia

Viking Helvetia, built in 2005/2006, are specially designed for sailing on the Rhine in comfort and elegance. Higher ceilings give all 198 guests a spacious feeling, and the entire ship is set up for optimal viewing of scenery. In addition to hotel-style beds, French balconies and large picture windows in staterooms, guests can enjoy the sun deck and other open air decks while sailing. The observation deck and restaurant have huge panoramic windows, and the ship’s soaring lobby atrium has a seating area with observation windows as well.


Launched:
1/01/2006
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
433 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
198
Rating:
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Viking Hemming

These new vessels are based on the award-winning Viking Longships, offering state-of-the-art engineering, an innovative corridor configuration, deluxe accommodations and Viking’s signature Scandinavian décor. With more ways to personalize your trip, you can choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations where you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Portugal and Spain’s most remarkable destinations.

Veranda Suites have two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These ships, which also have a swimming pool, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 106 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40-inch flat-panel TVs with an infotainment system featuring movies on demand plus CNBC, CNN, ESPN, FOX, National Geographic and more.


Launched:
1/01/2014
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
262 feet
Crew:
36
Occupancy:
106
Rating:
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Viking Herja

In the Prose Edda, the respected 13th-century chronicle of Old Norse mythology, Herja was a mighty Valkyrie.


Launched:
1/01/2017
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Hermod

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Hild

Also known as Hildr, the great and powerful Norse goddess Hild was one of the legendary Valkyries.


Launched:
1/01/2017
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Hlin

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Idi

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patent pending design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Idun

Idun is the Norse goddess of spring, rejuvenation and eternal youth. She is the custodian of the golden apples of immortality which the gods must eat to preserve their youth.


Launched:
1/01/2012
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Ingvar

Take an unforgettable journey to discover the treasures of Russia on one of the very best ships sailing the country's waterways today. Refurbished for the 2013 sailing season, Viking Helgi, Viking Truvor and Viking Ingvar carry 210 guests in two 400-square-foot suites and 104 spacious staterooms, with those on the upper and middle decks featuring private verandas. All of the accommodations meet the latest European standards of comfort and elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 26-inch flat-panel TVs and in-room refrigerators. An expanded restaurant facility and beautiful public areas help make the Viking Helgi, Viking Truvor and Viking Ingvar the finest ships in Russia.


Launched:
4/11/2011
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
423 feet
Crew:
115
Occupancy:
204
Rating:
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Viking Ingvi

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Jarl

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Kadlin

Kadlin was the daughter of Rolf, a Norse nobleman who conquered and ruled over the Viking principality that became known as Normandy. Kadlin married King Bjolan of Scotland. Kadlin and Bjolan had a daughter, Midbjorg, who married Helgi Ottarson, an Icelandic Viking.


Launched:
1/01/2016
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Kara

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Kvasir

The Norse god Kvasir is born out of peace. When the two warring factions of the Aesir and the Vanir agree to form a truce, they do so with each god spitting into a bowl and stirring the saliva. From this, Kvasir, a new god of knowledge is created. Kvasir embodies all the gods’ knowledge. So great is his knowledge that there is no question he cannot answer.


Launched:
1/01/2014
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Legend

Viking Legend carries 188 guests on some of the most popular itineraries. This extraordinary vessel has two 340-square-foot suites and 95 staterooms, with French Balcony staterooms on the upper and middle decks and standard staterooms with picture windows on the main deck. With good deck height, Viking Legend is similar to Viking Sun and Viking Helvetia, but has a slightly sleeker shape for ultimate flexibility. Best of all, Viking Legend is a “green” ship, with hybrid diesel-electric engines producing 20% fewer emissions and reduced noise/vibration.


Launched:
10/06/2009
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
188
Rating:
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Viking Lif

Her name means simply "Life." In Norse mythology, Lif and the male Lifthrasir are two mortals who are foretold that they will survive Ragnarok, the end of the world as it is known, by hiding in the forest of Hodmimir. After the flames have abated, Lif and Lifthrasir emerge to discover that everything has been destroyed, and it is up to them to begin anew and repopulate a fertile new world.


Launched:
1/01/2014
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Lofn

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Magni

Son of the mighty Norse god Thor, Magni is believed to be the one god stronger than his father. He is so strong that he is the only one besides Thor to be able to lift Mjollnir, Thor’s mighty hammer.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Mandalay

Viking Mandalay is a beautifully handcrafted ship specifically designed to navigate the Irrawaddy River. Refurbished in 2013, Viking Mandalay accommodates 60 guests and offers a river view from every stateroom with large windows and personal deck space, and an extraordinarily friendly atmosphere with attentive, English-speaking crew. Explore the sights, sounds and flavors of one of the most scenic and fascinating regions in the world while enjoying the comfort and elegant romance of Viking Mandalay.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
168 feet
Crew:
25
Occupancy:
60
Rating:
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Viking Mani

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Mekong

The Viking Mekong is a beautifully handcrafted ship specifically designed to navigate even the most remote areas of the Mekong River. Refurbished in 2013, Viking Mekong accommodates 56 guests and offers a river view from every stateroom with large windows and personal deck space, and an extraordinarily friendly atmosphere with attentive, English-speaking crew. Explore the sights, sounds and flavors of one of the most scenic and fascinating regions in the world while enjoying the comfort and elegant romance of Viking Mekong.


Launched:
1/01/2008
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
168 feet
Crew:
25
Occupancy:
56
Rating:
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Viking Mimir

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Modi

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Neptune

Viking Europe, Viking Neptune, Viking Pride and Viking Spirit are four sister ships that set the bar for river cruising in Europe when they were launched in 2001. They feature a beautifully designed layout of public areas and a wraparound deck that allows guests to enjoy scenery in the open air any time they wish, even during canal lock transiting or while sailing under low bridges; each ship accommodates just 150 guests in spacious staterooms, most with windows that open. See Europe on an elegant, versatile river cruise ship.


Launched:
1/01/2001
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
375 feet
Crew:
40
Occupancy:
150
Rating:
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Viking Njord

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
1/01/2012
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Odin

Father of the Norse gods, Odin is the god of wisdom and is associated with magic and prophecy. He also brings victory in battle. Odin is often pictured with long grey hair and beard, cloak and floppy hat to disguise himself as he travels among ordinary people. He seeks his knowledge far and wide, even trading an eye for a drink at the giant Mimir’s well of wisdom.


Launched:
1/01/2012
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Orient

Viking Orient is a beautifully handcrafted ship specifically designed to navigate the Irrawaddy River. Built in 2011, Viking Orient accommodates 60 guests and offers a river view from every stateroom with large windows and personal deck space, and an extraordinarily friendly atmosphere with attentive, English-speaking crew. Explore the sights, sounds and flavors of one of the most scenic and fascinating regions in the world while enjoying the comfort and elegant romance of Viking Orient.


Launched:
/01/2011
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
Unknown
Crew:
Unknown
Occupancy:
60
Rating:
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Viking Orion

Expand your horizons on this comfortable, award-winning ship, intimate and thoughtfully created by experienced nautical architects and designers to enrich your interaction with your destination in every way.


Launched:
1/01/2018
Tonnage:
47,800
Length:
Unknown
Crew:
465
Occupancy:
930
Rating:
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Viking Osfrid

Osfrid co-led the first recorded mission from Norway to England at the command of Harald I, King of Norway. Harald corresponded with Athelstan, King of Wessex, and the Norwegian king dispatched Osfrid and Helgrim to sail to England.


Launched:
1/01/2014
Tonnage:
3,500
Length:
Unknown
Crew:
30
Occupancy:
106
Rating:
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Viking Prestige

The 2011 sailing season will welcome the newest ship in Europe, Viking Prestige, our sister ship to the extraordinary Viking Legend that launched in 2009. Both Viking Prestige and Viking Legend will carry 188 guests on some of our most popular itineraries. Each of these state-of-the-art vessels has two 310-square-foot suites and 95 staterooms, all deluxe (except for the 5 single staterooms) with either French balconies or picture windows. With good deck height, Viking Prestige and Viking Legend are similar to Viking Sun and Viking Helvetia, but both have a slightly sleeker shape for ultimate flexibility. Best of all, Viking Prestige and Viking Legend are “green” ships, running on hybrid diesel-electric engines that produce 20% fewer emissions and reduced noise/vibration. Cutting-edge design, unmatched comfort and environmentally conscious—Viking Prestige and Viking Legend have it all.


Launched:
1/01/2011
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
188
Rating:
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Viking Pride

Viking Europe, Viking Neptune, Viking Pride and Viking Spirit are four sister ships that set the bar for river cruising in Europe when they were launched in 2001. They feature a beautifully designed layout of public areas and a wraparound deck that allows guests to enjoy scenery in the open air any time they wish, even during canal lock transiting or while sailing under low bridges; each ship accommodates just 150 guests in spacious staterooms, most with windows that open. See Europe on an elegant, versatile river cruise ship.


Launched:
1/01/2001
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
375 feet
Crew:
40
Occupancy:
150
Rating:
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Viking Ra

Owned and operated by Viking, Viking Ra is the newest, most upscale ship in Egypt. Specifically built to navigate the Nile, in 2017 she was completely stripped down to her steel frame and reconfigured to be a modern, elegant vessel. Fully reimagined to international standards and Viking design specifications, she is now an all-suite, state-of-the art ship with the clean, elegant Scandinavian design for which Viking is known blended with local influences like traditional geometric Arabic patterns. Accommodating just 48 guests, she offers the ultimate in comfort.


Launched:
1/01/2017
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
Unknown
Crew:
Unknown
Occupancy:
48
Rating:
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Viking Rinda

Beautiful and headstrong, Rinda personifies the hard, frozen earth. She is the daughter of Billing, King of the Ruthenians, and wife of Odin, father of the gods.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Rolf

One of the oldest of all Nordic-Viking names, “Rolf” came from “Hrodwulf,” a Dark Ages appellation when mostly pagan names tended to extol virtues. One of the most famous kings of antiquity, Rolf, gained renown in warfare by assembling the most celebrated warriors of the North known as Rolf’s Twelve Champions. Equally famous was “Rolf the Ganger,” or “Marching Rolf,” a Viking chief who sailed the Seine and surrounded Paris.


Launched:
1/01/2016
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Rurik

With understated elegance and trademark Viking interiors, this is the very best ship on Russia’s waterways today. Fully refurbished for the 2012 sailing season, Viking Rurik offers private verandas on every stateroom on the upper and middle decks!


Launched:
1/01/1990
Tonnage:
3,500
Length:
Unknown
Crew:
105
Occupancy:
194
Rating:
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Viking Schumann

Viking Schumann and Viking Fontane are small, intimate river cruise vessels with an unusually shallow 80 cm draft, meaning the bottom of the ship is very flat, and has pump jets that minimize the impact of potentially low water levels. These vessels are perfect for the Elbe River, which is very shallow. The intimate cruise ships carry just 112 passengers.


Launched:
9/02/2007
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
311 feet
Crew:
32
Occupancy:
112
Rating:
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Viking Sea

Expand your horizons on comfortable, state-of-the-art ships, intimate and thoughtfully created by experienced nautical architects and designers to enrich your interaction with your destination in every way. Whether you seek to expand your palate, your knowledge, or just your circle of friends with like-minded people, we’ve designed our ships with a unique onboard experience in mind, from the serene Wintergarden, perfect for a calming cup of tea; to The Spa, a Nordic sanctuary of wellness; to the Library, carefully curated with books to add to your knowledge. Not to mention inspiring onboard talks that help you understand every destination in depth. All set in tasteful, understated elegance. And all designed to deliver a life-enriching experience that stays with you forever.


Launched:
Tonnage:
48,000
Length:
745 feet
Crew:
Unknown
Occupancy:
930
Rating:
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Viking Sineus

Sineus was a brother of Rurik, and sailed with him from Scandinavia to the location of present-day Kiev in Ukraine. According to the 12th-century Primary Chronicle, Sineus settled in Beloozero, now called Belozersk, on the shores of Lake Beloye, where he secured these lands for the growing Kievan Rus empire.


Launched:
1/01/1990
Tonnage:
5,200
Length:
Unknown
Crew:
110
Occupancy:
194
Rating:
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Viking Skadi

The giantess Skadi is the Norse goddess of winter. She is also associated with hunting and skiing. When her father is slain by the gods, Skadi straps on her armor and weapons and heads to Asgard, home of the gods, to avenge his death.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Skirnir

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
1/01/2014
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Sky

Expand your horizons on comfortable, state-of-the-art ships, intimate and thoughtfully created by experienced nautical architects and designers to enrich your interaction with your destination in every way. Whether you seek to expand your palate, your knowledge, or just your circle of friends with like-minded people, we’ve designed our ships with a unique onboard experience in mind, from the serene Wintergarden, perfect for a calming cup of tea; to The Spa, a Nordic sanctuary of wellness; to the Library, carefully curated with books to add to your knowledge. Not to mention inspiring onboard talks that help you understand every destination in depth. All set in tasteful, understated elegance. And all designed to deliver a life-enriching experience that stays with you forever.


Launched:
Tonnage:
48,000
Length:
745 feet
Crew:
Unknown
Occupancy:
930
Rating:
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Viking Spirit

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Launched:
9/02/2007
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
Unknown
Crew:
465
Occupancy:
928
Rating:
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Viking Star

Expand your horizons on an elegant ship that is genuinely human in scale and thoughtfully designed by experienced nautical architects and designers to enrich your interaction with your destination in every way. Whether you seek to expand your palate, your knowledge, or just your circle of friends with like-minded people, we’ve crafted Viking Star down to the most minute detail, from the serene Wintergarden, perfect for a calming cup of tea; to The Spa, a Nordic sanctuary of wellness; to the ship’s library, carefully curated with books to add to your knowledge. Not to mention inspiring onboard talks that help you understand every destination in depth. All set in tasteful, understated elegance. And all designed to deliver a life-enriching experience that stays with you forever.


Launched:
1/04/2015
Tonnage:
48,000
Length:
745 feet
Crew:
Unknown
Occupancy:
930
Rating:
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Viking Sun

Expand your horizons on this comfortable, award-winning ship, intimate and thoughtfully created by experienced nautical architects and designers to enrich your interaction with your destination in every way.


Launched:
1/01/2017
Tonnage:
47,800
Length:
Unknown
Crew:
465
Occupancy:
930
Rating:
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Viking Tialfi

Norse mythology, Tialfi was the son of Egil and a champion runner. He became a slave to Thor, the god of thunder, after eating one of his goats. On a journey with Thor, Tialfi stopped to run a race against the young giant Hugi. The giant was an illusion and the embodiment of thought; and since no one can run faster than thought, Tialfi lost.


Launched:
1/01/2016
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Tor

Tor, a version of the name Thor, is a son of Odin and god of the sky and thunder. Strong and powerful, he is the protector of gods and people and is usually depicted wielding his mighty hammer, Mjolnir.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Torgil

These new vessels are based on the award-winning Viking Longships, offering state-of-the-art engineering, an innovative corridor configuration, deluxe accommodations and Viking’s signature Scandinavian décor. With more ways to personalize your trip, you can choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations where you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Portugal and Spain’s most remarkable destinations.

Veranda Suites have two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These ships, which also have a swimming pool, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 106 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40-inch flat-panel TVs with an infotainment system featuring movies on demand plus CNBC, CNN, ESPN, FOX, National Geographic and more.


Launched:
1/01/2014
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
262 feet
Crew:
36
Occupancy:
106
Rating:
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Viking Truvor

Take an unforgettable journey to discover the treasures of Russia on one of the very best ships sailing the country's waterways today. Refurbished for the 2013 sailing season, Viking Helgi, Viking Truvor and Viking Ingvar carry 210 guests in two 400-square-foot suites and 104 spacious staterooms, with those on the upper and middle decks featuring private verandas. All of the accommodations meet the latest European standards of comfort and elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 26-inch flat-panel TVs and in-room refrigerators. An expanded restaurant facility and beautiful public areas help make the Viking Helgi, Viking Truvor and Viking Ingvar the finest ships in Russia.


Launched:
4/11/2011
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
423 feet
Crew:
115
Occupancy:
204
Rating:
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Viking Var

The Norse goddess of oaths, Var, is a truth seeker. She oversees all agreements and contracts, particularly marriage vows made between men and women, which were known as várar in old Norse. Hence, she is the goddess of betrothal.The Norse goddess of oaths, Var, is a truth seeker. She oversees all agreements and contracts, particularly marriage vows made between men and women, which were known as várar in old Norse. Hence, she is the goddess of betrothal.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Ve

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Vidar

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
1/01/2013
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Vilhjalm

Vilhjalm Langaspjót, or William I Longsword as he is also known, was the half brother of Kadlin and the son of “Rolf the Ganger,” a Viking chief and first Duke of Normandy. Following in his famous father’s footsteps, William ruled Normandy from 927 until 942.


Launched:
1/01/2016
Tonnage:
5,000
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
50
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Viking Vili

Designed by legendary naval architects Yran & Storbraaten, the team behind The Yachts of Seabourn, these new vessels offer state-of-the-art engineering, patented design* and luxury. The Viking Longships provide guests with more ways to personalize their trip. Choose from a variety of stateroom classes, onboard entertainment options and ship locations from which you can enjoy sailing through the scenery, all the while enriching your time in some of Europe’s most remarkable destinations.

Two Explorer Suites feature spectacular 270° views with a private wraparound veranda. Veranda Suites feature two full rooms with a veranda off the living room and a French balcony in the bedroom. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor Aquavit Terrace at the bow of the ship, or relax on the Sun Deck. These “green” ships, featuring energy-efficient hybrid engines, solar panels and an organic herb garden, were named to honor prominent members of the Norse pantheon. Each ship carries 190 guests in comfortable, understated elegance, with hotel-style beds and amenities like 40” flat-panel Sony® TVs and in-room refrigerators.


Launched:
24/04/2014
Tonnage:
Unknown
Length:
443 feet
Crew:
45
Occupancy:
190
Rating:
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Q&A

What are the ships like?
As the world's leading river cruise line, Viking ships set the standard in comfort and design. Most of our ships accommodate around 200 guests. And all our ships are light, airy and wonderfully spacious. Panoramic windows throughout make the most of the ever-changing views. It's like staying in a deluxe, floating hotel — one that that travels with you.

What type of accommodation can I expect?
If you haven't travelled with Viking before, stepping inside one of our cabins — or staterooms as we call them — may take you by surprise. All our staterooms are outside, with a river view. Roomy and light, they offer ensuite facilities and plenty of storage space. There's a whole range of different staterooms to choose from, some with verandas, and two-room suites.

Is there space to relax on board?
Yes, every ship offers a choice of public areas where you can sit back and watch the world go by. Chill out on the sun deck. Enjoy a drink in the stylish and spacious lounge or, on the new Viking Longships, relax as you dine in the open air on the Aquavit Terrace.

What do you do during the day?
Unlike some ocean cruises, you won't spend any long days at sea. Every day, you explore somewhere new. There's a great selection of excursions (including visits to UNESCO World Heritage sites) that are included in the cost. Plus, on board events, activities and performances that add to the pleasure of your holiday.

What's the food like on board?
The food on board a Viking river cruise ship is exceptional. From a sumptuous breakfast and delicious lunch to a five-course dinner, you’ll enjoy the finest cuisine. You'll be treated to traditional favourites and regional specialities. Lighter and vegetarian options are also available.

Do I have to dress up for dinner?
No, you don't have to dress formally for dinner. One of the things guests love about a Viking river cruise holiday is the relaxed dress code in the elegant but informal restaurant.



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