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Viking Sky Update

At 4:30pm (Norwegian time) on March 24, the Viking Sky docked in the port of Molde, Norway. The vessel remains there currently.

The majority of our guests have disembarked or are in the process of leaving the vessel and traveling back to their homes. We will continue to follow-up with them to ensure their needs are covered.

Throughout all of this, our first priority was for the safety and well-being of our passengers and our crew. If you have questions or concerns about any guests please call this number for U.S. and Australia booked guests 1-888-889-8837, and for UK booked guests 07585 779 853 or 0208 780 7900.

“The past few days have been stressful and hectic for both guests and crew alike. I would like to personally apologize for what our guests experienced. I would also like to say how impressed and grateful I am for the efforts of the national rescue services, rescue personnel, local authorities and the people along the Møre coast, and thank them for the concern and generosity they have showed our guests. I would also like to express my thanks to the crew on board the Viking Sky for their efforts and dedication,” says Torstein Hagen.

We have already begun our own internal investigation and our goal is to establish a complete and thorough understanding of what happened. We welcome the investigations that have been launched, and will fully support them. Viking Ocean Cruises will not have any further comments until the investigations have been completed.

The next sailing, Scandinavia & the Kiel Canal, which was scheduled to embark on March 27th has been cancelled, and guests and their travel agents have been contacted directly. We do not anticipate any additional cancellations at this time.

Check For Changes To Your Itinerary

We always want our guests to feel that they have the most current information about their journey. Should changes be required, we will notify guests on affected sailings directly.

Please log onto MyVikingJourney.com for details regarding your specific voyage.