December 15, 2016. The 930-guest Viking Sun—the fourth ship from Viking Ocean Cruises—touches water for the first time during its “Float Out” at the Fincantieri shipyard in Ancona.
If you prefer an elegant, serene ship ambience, more time in each port and an inclusive experience with exquisite dining and thoughtfully curated shore excursions, join Viking.
May 5, 2016. Viking Sea, the second elegant sister ship in our ocean fleet, is christened by Karine amid the rich maritime heritage of Greenwich, the historic borough of London on the Thames.
Ready for her next stage of construction, Viking Sky’s hull is towed from Venice to our Ancona, Italy shipyard, where engineers guide her into place next to her sister ship Viking Sea.
How many eggs are cracked in a week on board Viking Star? How many books are in her Library? From available spa treatments to self-serve launderettes, the numbers might surprise you.
Step back into history to explore a little-known alliance between the country of Norway and Italy’s Ancona shipyard and learn how their partnership involved a most unusual payment plan.
June 25, 2015. The 930-guest Viking Sea—the second ship from Viking Ocean Cruises—touches water for the first time during its “Float Out” at the Fincantieri shipyard in Ancona, Italy.
Viking Star is the first of six sister ships in the ocean cruise fleet of Viking Cruises. Join Karine in Bergen for the christening of our first ocean ship.
Viking Star and her sister ships feature energy-efficient hybrid engines, a hydrodynamically optimized streamlined hull for maximum fuel efficiency and equipment that limits exhaust.
Viking creates excursions that enhance your understanding of everyday life. Go beyond the familiar and the iconic to explore the hidden secrets of intriguing lands and cultures.
Viking Star navigates the waters of the Adriatic Sea. Experience this major shipbuilding milestone as maritime experts perform more than 80 tests for responsiveness, speed and agility.
A Telemark, Norway native, Gulleik Svalastog dreamed of the day when he would be captain of his own ship. After years of nautical experience, he saved his best sailing experience for last: commanding Viking Star.
Expand your horizons on an elegant Viking ship thoughtfully designed by experienced nautical architects and designers to bring you closer to your destination in every way.
Witness the first major step in the construction of our first oceangoing vessel, Viking Star: the Keel Laying ceremony, a tradition that dates back to the Viking Age.
June 23, 2014. Join Viking Chairman Torstein Hagen and ship godmother Trude Drevland as they witness the “Float Out,” a major construction milestone, of the innovative Viking Star.
Go beyond the expected and experience The Viking Way. Engage in Local Life, learn about the Working World and enjoy Privileged Access to people and places otherwise difficult to visit.