Viking Forseti accidents and incidents
135 m / 443 ft
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- ship collision - 2013
|11 September 2013||Ship Collision / Allision|
In September 2013, the Viking longship Forseti was reported two times for ship collisions on Danube River. The incidents resulted in ~18-hour cruise delays.
The boat first hit the stern of another vessel while entering a lock (on the itinerary's Day 4). Followed a second collision with another ship. Viking River Cruises officially confirmed "two minor collisions". No injuries were reported. Due to delays and the following inspection, the itinerary was modified.
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