Viking Jupiter will be with guests by February 2019 and the 930-guest sister ship will sail the line’s most popular itineraries in Northern Europe and the Mediterranean, as well as two new itineraries in South America: Southern Atlantic Crossing (22 days; Barcelona – Buenos Aires) and South America & the Chilean Fjords (18 days; Buenos Aires – Santiago).
When the ship arrives in London on May 5th, she will have visited five continents, 35 countries and 64 ports during her first World Cruise.
The line will welcome two more sister ships in the next two years, including Viking Orion in summer 2018, whilst four additional ships are also on order for delivery starting in 2021, bringing Viking’s ocean fleet to 10 ships by 2023.
The Viking Difference
Designed for travellers who are interested in science, history, culture and cuisine, Chairman Torstein Hagen often says Viking offers guests “the thinking person’s cruise” as an alternative to mainstream cruises.
Guests can get closer to their destination with more time in port, more overnights and even regional cuisines with the most al fresco dining at sea.
The Viking Way brings guests itineraries that feature Local Life, Working World and Privileged Access experiences with a focus on cultural enrichment, bringing immersive experiences onshore and onboard.
In addition, Viking Inclusive Value provides a small ship experience with every cruise fare including a veranda stateroom, shore excursions in each port of call, all onboard meals, and all port charges and government taxes.
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