Viking Skadi deck plans
Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities
Each of the Viking Skadi cruise ship deck plans are conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and detailed review of all the deck's venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides an extensive information on Viking Skadi staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.
Viking Skadi (built 2013) is one of the new generation Viking Cruises longships. This river cruise ship is named after Skadi – the Norse mythology’s goddess of winter. When the Aesir gods killed her father Pjazi, she took her armor and weapons and headed to their home Asgard – one of the Nine Worlds – to avenge his death. As compensation, the Aesirs offered her gold. Skadi refused it, demanding instead a god for a husband. Aesir gods agreed, on the condition that she chooses her future husband by gazing at all gods’ feet. She liked the graceful Baldur, so she choose the most beautiful feet believing they belong to him. But they were of Njord – the wind god. Because this was a loveless marriage, Skadi and Njord decided to split up and live separately. Later, Skadi married Odin (the father of all gods) and together they produced many gods. The name Skadi in Old Norse means “shadow, darkness”, but also “harm, damage”.
Viking Skadi cruise ship deck plan has a total of 95 staterooms for 190 passengers served by 50 crew/staff, 4 passenger decks, 1 glass elevator (connecting Main-Upper decks only). The Viking longship Skadi has no gym, pool/whirlpool or spa. Guests may access health & spa facilities at luxury hotels along the Skadi’s itinerary route.
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