Viking Sun

Viking Sun current position

Viking Sun current location is at North Sea (coordinates 57.71330 N / 10.58726 E) cruising en route to SKAGEN, DENMARK. The AIS position was reported 6 minutes ago.

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Specifications of Viking Sun

Year built2017  /  Age: 4
Flag state Norway
BuilderFincantieri (Ancona, Italy)
Building costEUR 340 million (USD 400 million)
OwnerViking Cruises
OperatorViking Ocean Cruises
Speed20 kn / 37 kph / 23 mph
Length (LOA)227 m / 745 ft
Beam (width)28 m / 92 ft
Gross Tonnage47800 gt
Passengers-to-space ratio52
Decks with cabins6
Sister-shipsViking Ocean ships (Viking Star, Viking Sea, Viking Sky, Viking Orion, Viking Jupiter, Viking Tellus, Viking Venus, Viking Neptune, Viking Mars)
Christened byYi Lou
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Viking Sun Itineraries

DateItineraryDeparture PortPrice from
2021 May 24 14 days, one-way from London-Tilbury to Bergen London-Tilbury $5999
2021 May 24 28 days, one-way from London-Tilbury to Stockholm London-Tilbury $13998
2021 Jun 07 14 days, one-way from Bergen to Stockholm Bergen $7299
2021 Jun 21 14 days, one-way from Stockholm to Bergen Stockholm $7299
2021 Jul 05 12 days, one-way from Bergen to Reykjavik Bergen $5799
2021 Jul 17 12 days, one-way from Reykjavik to Bergen Reykjavik $5799
2021 Jul 29 12 days, one-way from Bergen to Reykjavik Bergen $5799
2021 Aug 10 12 days, one-way from Reykjavik to Bergen Reykjavik $5799
2021 Aug 22 14 days, one-way from Bergen to London-Tilbury Bergen
2021 Sep 05 14 days, one-way from London-Tilbury to Bergen London-Tilbury

Viking Sun Review

Review of Viking Sun

MS Viking Sun cruise ship (launched in 2017) is the 4th in a series of 10 identical vessels built for Viking Ocean Cruises. The sisterships are named Viking Star (2015), Viking Sea (2016), Viking Sky (2017) and Viking Orion (2018), Viking Jupiter (2019), Tellus and Venus (2021), Neptune and Mars (2022).

History - construction and ownership

The 47,800-ton, 930-passenger cruise ship Viking Sun offers destination-oriented cruising experience, with few at-sea days, long in-ports days and more exciting overnights in key spots. Ship’s features include complimentary Wi-Fi, free shore excursions, wine and beer with no charge at dinner and lunch.

MS Viking Sun cruise ship (VIKING OCEAN)

Each of the Viking Ocean ships offers many ticket price-inclusive / complimentary amenities and services, such as all shore excursions, transfers, Wi-Fi, wine and beer (at lunches and dinners), access to Nordic Spa (steam room, thalassotherapy pool, hot tub, snow room / grotto, sauna, cold plunge pool). The infinity pool (resistance swimming pool located aft on Deck 7 / at the ship's stern) is another unique and complimentary facility.

All Viking Ocean liners were built according to the latest maritime navigation regulations and equipped with latest marine safety systems, including “safe return to port”. The ships also implement some of the maritime industry’s latest technologies, including energy-saving hybrid engines (diesel generators and gas turbines), optimized hulls and bulbous bows for max fuel efficiency. Ship design also features the common for Viking River Cruises longships solar panels (installed on the Magradome pool cover) additionally minimizing vessel’s exhaust pollution.

Viking Ocean cruise ship (aerial)

Cruise itinerary program

Viking Sun itinerary program is based on cruises in Southern and Northern Europe (the Baltic and Mediterranean regions). Repositioning Atlantic coast routes are operated with one-way itineraries in spring and fall.

In 2018, the ship operated Viking Ocean's ever first world cruise (141-day itinerary USA to UK / Miami to London) visiting a total of visiting 64 ports (35 countries) on 5 continents. World Voyage 2018's itinerary started on December 15, 2017, ending on May 5, 2018 (see more in the wiki-section below). The ship's "World Voyage 2019) will have a 128-day Miami-London itinerary.

in 2018, the ship also made an Australian inaugural visit. The vessel was booked into White Bay Cruise Terminal (Sydney NSW) on January 12, 2018, for an overnight stay. The ship was also booked to return to Sydney Harbour (February 10) mooring overnight at Point Piper Buoy.

In May 2018, Viking Ocean announced the company's new (world's ever-longest continuous) "Ultimate World Cruise 2019". The 245-day itinerary visits 113 ports in 59 countries on 6 continents. It features 22 overnights and a full circumnavigation of the globe. Departing from London-Greenwich (August 31, 2019), the 8-month long voyage marks company's 3rd "Around the World" voyage. Read more in the ship's "wiki" section.


Viking Sun staterooms (465 total) include 47x Suites, 32x Penthouses and 386x Veranda/Balcony cabins in 18 grades.

All passenger cabins are balconied and offering all the industry's modern amenities and services, including King-size beds ("Viking Explorer", deluxe mattresses and linens, Cashmere blankets), en suite bathroom (heated floor, heated mirror, glass-door shower, hairdryer, premium bath products and toiletries /by Freyja, bathrobes, slippers, towel warmers), seating area (sofa, coffee table, vanity desk with chair, wardrobe, full-length mirror with mini lights), satellite phone, HDTV (3D, Infotainment / interactive TV system for Internet access, room service ordering, movies-on-demand, live webcams views, Viking Cruises channel for news, enrichment lectures and port talks), in-room binoculars, electronic safe box, individual air-conditioning, coffee machine, mini-bar (replenished daily with bottled water, soft drinks, snacks).

Shipboard dining options - Food and Drinks

Viking Sun offers the following dining venues: Restaurant (dining room), buffets (Viking Deli, World Cafe), Aquavit Terrace (al fresco), speciality (Italian Grill, Chef’s Table), Private Dining (2 rooms). Viking Sun deals are inclusive of shore excursions, complimentary alcohol (wine and beer at lunch and dinner) and Wi-Fi.

MS Viking Sun cruise ship (VIKING OCEAN)

Shipboard entertainment options - Fun and Sport

Viking Sun facilities include Sun Lounge (theater), Explorers Lounge (observation), Atrium (Lobby and Lounge), Shops, Bar, Piano Bar, Wintergarden (poolside area), Walking Track, walkaround Promenade (deck 2), covered pool area (with jacuzzi, bar & grill), infinity pool (jacuzzi), Spa & Fitness, Beauty Salon.

Onboard, Viking Cruises Viking Sun ship offers two pools – the main and Infinity Pool, spa and fitness centre. The Sea also features a piano lounge, winter garden and aquavit terrace. Not to forget the sports deck, star theatre and bar, lobby bar, various shops. The walk-around promenade deck fully encircles the ship. The two-deck airy Explorer’s Lounge offers observation area which is a feature that lots of today’s cruise ships lack. Many of the new features reflect a boutique hotel feel – the fire pit and Nordic-influenced spa offering sauna and snow room are an example.

Next YouTube video is a Viking Ocean cruise ship review (by Jim Zimmerlin). It shows all the ship's main onboard facilities and also provides information on most amenities.


All Viking Ocean ships have an onboard "snow room". The 2013-launched Viking Grace (2800-passenger ferry ship operated by VIKING LINE) was the ever first vessel with a snow room. Viking Cruises' "Snow Grotto" is a spa retreat with powdery snow falling down from the ceiling. The experience (touted beneficial to the body's blood circulation) includes heating in a sauna (steam bath), then walking into this small room fitted with benches and with dark stone walls illuminated by blue light. The snow on the floor is kept at sub-freezing temperatures. This Arctic-themed facility is part of the ship's thermal suite (within the spa complex). This relaxation area has also 1 hot tub, sauna room, heated ceramic loungers, therapeutic showers, salt-water thermal pool. Snow Grotto access is complimentary to all passengers.

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All Viking Ocean ships offer destination-rich itineraries featured with the line's new "small ship cruise" tour and onboard experience. Compared to similar class ships operated by other lines, Viking Ocean itineraries feature fewer sea days and longer port days, with many overnight ports' stays.

Among the vessel’s innovative marine technologies are its energy-saving hybrid engines, top-deck solar panels, pollution-minimizing exhaust system. This ship also uses seawater as a lubricant for its propeller shaft bearings. This technology lowers the vessel’s maintenance costs and also the risk of pollution. Replacing the biodegradable oils, the water is being directly discharged into the ocean.

MS Viking Sun cruise ship construction

Viking Ocean ships deliver a brand new-style vacation cruising experience. These vessels represent a "smaller ship" concept. The relatively shallow draft (21 ft / 6,3 m), design (hull and superstructure) and technology allow the ship to directly access even small ports. The ship's smaller size also guarantees an easy and faster passenger embarkation/debarkation process. Another unique feature for the "affordable luxury" ocean cruising market is that regardless of cabin categories, all Viking Ocean deals are price-inclusive of the shore excursions in all ports in the cruise ship itinerary.

All passenger cabins are with a private veranda, and about 1/5th larger than average standard staterooms on the ocean cruising market. An interesting feature of the ship is the dining room. This venue could be transformed into an outdoor casual dining place thanks to its floor-to-ceiling sliding windows. For Viking Ocean ships' interiors were contracted SMC Design (London-based interior design company) and Rottet Studios (LA-based hotel design company).

Viking Cruises deals (on all river and ocean ships) are inclusive of shore excursions (land tours), onboard entertainment and dining (including at speciality restaurants), drinks and alcohol (beer, wine /at lunch and dinner), 24-hour room service, Wi-Fi.

On April 7, 2016, at Fincantieri's Ancona shipyard was held the official keel laying ceremony that started the vessel's construction. During the ceremony, a 280-ton block was lifted by a large crane and put into place.

On December 15, 2016, the vessel was floated out. The ceremony was attended by Viking Cruises' chairman Torstein Hagen and Fincantieri Ancona shipyard's director Giovanni Stecconi. Just before the actual launch, a silver dollar coin was welded into the ship's top deck. The launching godmother was Ms Yi Lou (China Merchant Bank).

The ship was delivered to Viking Ocean on September 25, 2017, at Ancona shipyard.


The liner's christening ceremony was on March 8, 2018, in Shanghai China. The event was held at Shanghai International Cruise Terminal during the ship's inaugural world cruise (141-day itinerary from Miami to London England).

This was also the first-ever Viking Ocean call at a Chinese port. The ship arrived in Shanghai navigating into Yangtze River, then up Huangpu River into the city.

Ahead of the visit, Wallem Ship Agency China (Viking Ocean’s port agent for China) helped to coordinate a meeting between Viking Cruises and SIPG (terminal's operator) resulting in an event space hire price reduction. Wallem China also took care of the logistics, vessel's freshwater supply, customs, crew changes, passenger disembarkation/embarkation.


Ship's godmother is Mrs Yi Lou (Vice President of CMBFL / "China Merchant Bank Financial Leasing"). The naming ceremony in China featured a high-tech light show (animation projected on a giant wave-like screen) and musical concert performances (from Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra. the Chinese tenor singer Dai Yuqiang and the Norwegian soprano singer Sissel Kyrkjebo). The master of ceremony was the local TV celebrity, Michelle Wang. The ceremony was attended by Nicolai Skogland (Viking’s Senior Operation Manager).

Ship's Captain is Olav Soevdsnes.

Inaugural "World Cruise" 2018

Port Sydney cruise ship schedule for 2018 showed Viking Ocean making an inaugural visit to Australia. The port's schedule had MV Viking Sun booked into Sydney's White Bay Cruise Terminal on January 12, 2018 (overnight stay). The ship was also booked to return to Sydney on February 10, 2018 (mooring overnight at Point Piper Buoy).

Australia was part of the ship's (and Viking Ocean's) first world cruise (141-day itinerary USA to UK / Miami to London) visiting 64 ports in 35 countries on 5 continents. The around the world voyage departed on December 15 (2017) from Miami Florida, with disembarkation in London England on May 5 (2018). There were a total of 66 ports along the westbound route (via Panama Canal and Suez Canal), with feature destinations the Caribbean, Southeast Asia, South Pacific, Middle East, Europe. Of all port stays, 12 were overnights in port cities like Havana Cuba, Papeete Tahiti, Shanghai China, Auckland NZ, Sydney AU, Singapore, Laem Chabang (Bangkok Thailand).

Traditionally for Viking, in each port were provided with a free cruise shore excursion. Viking Ocean's World Cruise deals were inclusive of business class flights, alcohol beverage package, Wi-Fi, gratuities. Prices started from USD 45,000 per person.

Next table shows World Cruise 2018's complete list of call ports and price-inclusive port activities / tours:

Day 1Dec 15, 2017Miami, FL, USA
Day 2Dec 16At Sea
Day 3Dec 17Cienfuegos, Cuba (Havana City Tour)
Day 4Dec 18Cienfuegos, Cuba (Walking Tour)
Day 5Dec 19Cienfuegos, Cuba (Botantical Gardens Tour or Bay of Pigs Tour)
Day 6Dec 20Ocho Rios, Jamaica (Dunn's River Falls and Coyaba Gardens Tour)
Day 7Dec 21At Sea
Day 8Dec 22Puerto Limon, Costa Rica (Tortuguero Canals)
Day 9Dec 23Colon, Panama (Embera Indigenous Village)
Day 10Dec 24Panama Canal (transit)
Day 11Dec 25At Sea
Day 12Dec 26Puntarenas, Costa Rica (Scenic Drive)
Day 13Dec 27Corinto, Nicaragua (Banana Plantation)
Day 14Dec 28Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala (Antigua City Tour)
Days 15-17Dec 29-31At Sea
Day 18Jan 1, 2018Cabo San Lucas, Mexico (San Jose del Cabo Tour)
Days 19-20Jan 2-3At Sea
Day 21Jan 4Los Angeles, CA (Hollywood Behind the Scenes Tour)
Day 22Jan 5Los Angeles, CA
Days 23-29Jan 6-12At Sea
Day 30Jan 13Marquesas Islands (Taiohae), French Polynesia
Day 31Jan 14At Sea
Day 32Jan 15Papeete, Tahiti Island, French Polynesia (Walking Tour)
Day 33Jan 16Papeete, Tahiti Island, French Polynesia
Day 34Jan 17Vaitape, Bora Bora Island, French Polynesia ("Le Truck" Tour)
Day 35Jan 18At Sea
Day 36Jan 19Avatiu, Rarotonga Island, Cook Islands (Village Tour)
Day 37Jan 20At Sea
Day 38Jan 22International Date Line crossing
Day 39Jan 23Tongatapu, Tonga (Walking Tour)
Day 40Jan 24At Sea
Day 41Jan 25Suva, Fiji (City Tour, Thurston Gardens and Museum)
Days 42-43Jan 26-27At Sea
Day 44Jan 28Bay of Islands, New Zealand (Russell City Walking Tour)
Day 45Jan 29Auckland, New Zealand (City Tour)
Day 46Jan 30Auckland, New Zealand
Day 47Jan 31Tauranga, New Zealand (Walking Tour)
Day 48Feb 1Napier, New Zealand (Art Deco Tour)
Day 49Feb 2Wellington, New Zealand (City Tour)
Day 50Feb 3Christchurch, New Zealand (City Tour, Botanical Gardens)
Day 51Feb 4Dunedin, New Zealand (Otago Peninsula Scenic Drive)
Days 52-54Feb 5-7At Sea
Day 55Feb 8Melbourne, Australia (City Tour, Captain Cook's Cottage)
Day 56Feb 9At Sea
Day 57Feb 10Sydney, Australia (City Tour, The Rocks Walking Tour)
Day 58Feb 11Sydney, Australia
Day 59Feb 12At Sea
Day 60Feb 13Brisbane, Australia (Art and Design Walking Tour)
Day 61Feb 14At Sea (Coral Sea)
Day 62Feb 15Whitsunday Islands, Australia (Beach Excursion)
Day 63Feb 16Cairns, Australia (City Tour)
Day 64Feb 17Great Barrier Reef
Day 65Feb 18Thursday Island, Australia
Days 66-67Feb 19-20At Sea
Day 68Feb 21Darwin, Australia (City Tour)
Day 69Feb 22At Sea
Day 70Feb 23Komodo Island, Indonesia (Komodo National Park)
Day 71Feb 24Bali, Indonesia (Denpasar Tour)
Day 72Feb 25At Sea
Day 73Feb 26Semarang, Java Indonesia (Borobudur Temple Tour)
Days 74-75Feb 27At Sea
Day 76March 1Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei (City Tour, Malay Technology Museum)
Day 77March 2Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia (Mari Mari Cultural Village)
Day 78March 3At Sea
Day 79March 4Manila, Philippines (City Tour, Fort Santiago, San Agustin Church)
Day 80March 5Manila, Philippines
Day 81March 6At Sea (South China Sea)
Day 82March 7At Sea (East China Sea)
Day 83March 8Shanghai, China (City Tour, Shanghai Museum)
Day 84March 9Shanghai, China
Day 85March 10At Sea (East China Sea)
Day 86March 11At Sea (South China Sea)
Day 87March 12Hong Kong, China (City Tour)
Day 88March 13Hong Kong, China
Day 89March 14Haikou, China (City Tour)
Day 90March 15Ha Long Bay, Vietnam
Day 91March 16At Sea
Day 92March 17Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (City Tour, National History Museum)
Day 93March 18Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Day 94March 19At Sea (Gulf of Thailand)
Day 95March 20Sihanoukville, Cambodia (City Tour, Wat Krom Temple)
Day 96March 21Bangkok (Laem Chabang), Thailand
City Tour with Grand Palace Visit
Day 97March 22Bangkok (Laem Chabang), Thailand
Day 98March 23Koh Samui Island, Thailand (Nathon Beach Excursion)
Day 99March 24At Sea (Gulf of Thailand)
Day 100March 25Singapore (City Tour, National Orchid Garden)
Day 101March 26Singapore
Day 102March 27Port Klang (Kuala Lumpur), Malaysia (City Tour, Petronas Towers)
Day 103March 28George Town, Malaysia (City Tour)
Day 104March 29Phuket, Thailand (Patong Beach)
Days 105-106March 30-31At Sea (Bay of Bengal)
Day 107April 1Chennai, India (City Tour, Fort St. George)
Days 108-109April 2-3At Sea
Day 110April 4Cochin, India (City Tour, Mattancherry Palace)
Day 111April 5At Sea (Arabian Sea)
Day 112April 6Mormugao, India (Goa City Tour)
Day 113April 7Mumbai, India (City Tour, Gandhi Museum)
Days 114-115April 8-9At Sea (Arabian Sea)
Day 116April 10Muscat, Oman (City Tour)
Days 117-122April 11-16At Sea (Red Sea)
Day 123April 17Aqaba, Jordan (City Tour, Mamluk Fort)
Day 124April 18Safaga, Egypt (Luxor Tour, Karnak Temples)
Day 125April 19Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt (Desert Jeep Tour)
Day 126April 20Suez Canal (transit)
Day 127April 21Alexandria, Egypt (City Tour, Ancient Library, Roman Amphitheater)
Days 128-129April 22-23At Sea (Mediterranean Sea)
Day 130April 24Valletta, Malta (City Tour)
Day 131April 25La Goulette, Tunisia (Tunis City Tour)
Day 132April 26Cagliari (Sardinia), Italy (Old Town Walking Tour)
Day 133April 27Algiers, Algeria (City Tour, Notre Dame d'Afrique Basilica)
Day 134April 28Cartagena, Spain (Murcia City Tour, Santa Maria Cathedral)
Day 135April 29Malaga, Spain (City Tour, Picasso Museum)
Day 136April 30At Sea (Atlantic Ocean)
Day 137May 1Leixoes, Portugal (Oporto City Tour, Wine Tasting)
Days 138-139May 2-3At Sea (Atlantic Ocean)
Day 140May 4Greenwich-London, England (City Tour)
Day 141May 5Greenwich-London, England (disembarkation)

Ultimate World Cruise 2019-2020

In May 2018, Viking Ocean announced company's new (world's ever-longest continuous) "Ultimate World Cruise 2019". The 245-day itinerary visits 113 ports in 59 countries on 6 continents. It features 22 overnights, full circumnavigation of the globe, Transatlantic crossing ( and passing through Suez Canal. Departing from London City (August 31, 2019), the 8-month long voyage marked Viking Ocean's 3rd World Voyage. Prices started from ~USD 90,000 per person (double-occupancy cabin rates) inclusive of excursions in every call port, plus additional (optional) tours.

  • 125-day "Viking World Treasures" (London to Los Angeles) visits 33 countries and 61 ports.
  • 119-day "Viking World Wonders" (LA to London) visits 29 countries and 55 ports.

The itinerary was officially listed as world's "longest continuous passenger cruise" in the Guinness Book of World Records.

Date / TimePort
31 AugDeparting from London Greenwich, England
02 SepDover, England
04 SepDublin, Ireland
05 SepLiverpool, England
06 SepHolyhead, Isle of Anglesey, Wales
07 SepBelfast, Northern Ireland
08 SepUllapool, Scotland
09 SepKirkwall, Orkney Island, Scotland
10 SepLeith-Edinburgh, Scotland
11 SepInvergordon, Scotland
12 SepLerwick, Mainland Shetland, Scotland
13-15 SepBergen, Norway
16 SepLerwick, Mainland Shetland, Scotland
17 SepTorshavn, Streymoy, Faroe Islands
19 SepReykjavik, Iceland
21 SepNanortalik, Greenland
22 SepQaqortoq, Greenland
24 SepL'Anse aux Meadows, Newfoundland Canada
26 SepSaguenay, Quebec Canada
27 SepQuebec City, Canada
28-29 SepMontreal, Quebec Canada
30 SepQuebec City, Canada
01 OctSaguenay, Quebec Canada
03 OctGaspe, Quebec Canada
05 OctHalifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
07-08 OctBoston, Massachusetts
09-11 OctNew York, Cape Liberty Bayonne NJ-NYC
13-14 OctSt George, Bermuda
17 OctSt Johns, Antigua
18 OctRoseau, Dominica
19 OctBasseterre, St Kitts Island
20 OctPhilipsburg, St Maarten Island
21 OctTortola Island, Road Town, BVI
22 OctSaint Thomas Island, Charlotte Amalie, USVI
23-25 OctSan Juan, Puerto Rico
27 OctBridgetown, Barbados
29 OctIles du Salut, French Guiana
01 NovSantarem, Brazil Amazon
02 NovParintins, Brazil Amazon
03-04 NovManaus, Brazil Amazon
09 NovRecife, Brazil
11 NovSalvador de Bahia, Brazil
13-14 NovRio de Janeiro, Brazil
17 NovMontevideo, Uruguay
18-19 NovBuenos Aires, Argentina
20 NovMontevideo, Uruguay
23 NovPuerto Madryn, Argentina
25-26 NovPort Stanley, East Falkland Island
28 NovUshuaia, Argentina
01 DecPunta Arenas, Chile Antarctica
04 DecPuerto Chacabuco, Chile
06 DecPuerto Montt, Chile
08-10 DecValparaiso, Santiago, Chile
11 DecCoquimbo, La Serena, Chile
13 DecIquique, Chile
14 DecMatarani, Peru
16 DecPisco, Portuario General San Martín, Peru
17 DecCallao, Lima, Peru
20 DecManta, Ecuador
22 DecPanama City, Fuerte Amador, Balboa
24 DecPuntarenas, Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica
26 DecPuerto Quetzal, Guatemala
30 DecCabo San Lucas, Baja California Mexico
02 JanSan Diego, California
03-04 JanLos Angeles, California
12 JanHiva Oa Island, Marquesas, French Polynesia
14-15 JanPapeete, Tahiti Island, French Polynesia
16 JanBora Bora Island, Society Islands, French Polynesia
18 JanRarotonga Island, Cook Islands NZ
21 JanNukualofa, Tongatapu, Tonga
23 JanSuva, Fiji
26 JanBay of Islands, Russell, New Zealand
27-28 JanAuckland, New Zealand
29 JanTauranga, Rotorua, New Zealand
30 JanNapier, New Zealand
31 JanWellington, New Zealand
01 FebChristchurch, Lyttelton, New Zealand
02 FebDunedin, Port Chalmers, New Zealand
06 FebHobart, Tasmania
08 FebMelbourne, Victoria Australia
10-11 FebSydney, NSW Australia
13 FebBrisbane, Queensland Australia
15 FebHamilton Island, Queensland Australia
16 FebCairns, Queensland Australia
18 FebThursday Island, Queensland Australia
21 FebDarwin, NT Australia
23 FebPulau Komodo Island, Indonesia
24 FebBenoa, Bali, Indonesia
26 FebSemarang, Java, Indonesia
01-02 MarKota Kinabalu, Borneo, Malaysia
03-04 MarManila, Luzon Island, Philippines
06 MarXiamen, China
07-09 MarHong Kong, China
12-14 MarSaigon, Vietnam
16 MarSihanoukville, Cambodia
17-18 MarLaem Chabang, Bangkok, Thailand
19 MarKoh Samui Island, Thailand
21 MarSingapore
22 MarKlang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
23 MarPulau Penang Island, Malaysia
24 MarPhuket, Thailand
27 MarChennai, Madras, India
30 MarCochin, Kochi, India
01 AprMormugao, Goa, India
02 AprMumbai, Bombay, India
05 AprMuscat, Oman
12 AprAqaba, Jordan
13 AprSafaga, Egypt
16 AprAlexandria, Egypt
19-20 AprValletta, Malta
21 AprCagliari, Sardinia, Italy
22 AprAlgiers, Algeria
23 AprCartagena, Spain
24 AprMalaga, Spain
26 AprPorto-Leixoes, Portugal
29 AprDover, England
01 MayArriving in London Greenwich, England

Viking World Cruise 2020-2021

The 161-days "World Cruise 2020" visits a total of 75 ports on 6 continents, with overnights in 13 port cities. Departing on December 14 (2020) from Miami to London (Greenwich), the itinerary includes 6 new ports for Viking Ocean, including the company's inaugural visit to Hawaii USA. Signature destinations include South Pacific Islands, Caribbean, Asia, Middle East (Jordan, Oman, Israel, Egypt), Mediterranean. Prices started from USD 60,000 per person (double occupancy).

160-day from Miami to London

Date / TimePort
14 DecDeparting from Miami, Florida
17 DecKingston, Jamaica
19 DecOranjestad, Aruba Island
21 DecCartagena, Colombia
22 DecColon, Panama
26 DecCorinto, Nicaragua
27 DecPuerto Quetzal, Guatemala
31 DecCabo San Lucas, Baja California Mexico
03 JanSan Diego, California
04 JanLos Angeles, California
05 JanSanta Barbara, California
11 JanNawiliwili, Lihue, Kauai Island, Hawaii
12 JanHonolulu, Oahu Island, Hawaii
18 JanBora Bora Island, Society Islands, French Polynesia
19 JanMoorea Island, Society Islands, French Polynesia
20 JanPapeete, Tahiti Island, French Polynesia
27 JanBay of Islands, Russell, New Zealand
28 Jan - 30 JanAuckland, New Zealand
01 FebNapier, New Zealand
02 FebWellington, New Zealand
03 FebChristchurch, Lyttelton, New Zealand
08 Feb - 09 FebHobart, Tasmania
10 FebMelbourne, Victoria Australia
12 Feb - 13 FebSydney, NSW Australia
15 FebBrisbane, Queensland Australia
17 FebHamilton Island, Queensland Australia
18 FebCairns, Queensland Australia
20 FebThursday Island, Queensland Australia
23 FebDarwin, NT Australia
25 FebPulau Komodo Island, Indonesia
26 FebBenoa, Bali, Indonesia
28 FebSemarang, Java, Indonesia
04 MarKota Kinabalu, Borneo, Malaysia
06 Mar - 07 MarManila, Luzon Island, Philippines
09 Mar - 11 MarHong Kong, China
13 MarDa Nang, Vietnam
15 Mar - 16 MarSaigon, Vietnam
18 MarSihanoukville, Cambodia
19 Mar - 20 MarLaem Chabang-Bangkok, Thailand
21 MarKoh Samui Island, Thailand
23 Mar - 24 MarSingapore
25 MarKlang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
26 MarPulau Penang Island, Georgetown, Malaysia
30 Mar - 31 MarColombo, Sri Lanka
02 AprCochin, India
04 AprMormugao-Goa, India
05 Apr - 07 AprMumbai-Bombay, India
10 AprMuscat, Oman
12 AprSalalah, Oman
17 AprAqaba, Jordan
18 AprSafaga, Egypt
19 AprSharm El Sheikh, Egypt
21 AprPort Said, Egypt
22 AprAshdod, Jerusalem, Israel
23 AprHaifa, Tel Aviv, Israel
25 AprKusadasi, Turkey
26 Apr - 27 AprIstanbul, Turkey
29 AprPiraeus-Athens, Greece
02 May - 03 MayVenice, Italy
04 MaySplit, Croatia
05 MayDubrovnik, Croatia
06 MayCorfu Island, Kerkyra, Greece
08 MayNaples, Italy
09 MayCivitavecchia-Rome, Italy
10 MayLivorno, Florence-Pisa, Italy
11 MayMonte Carlo, Monaco
12 MayMarseille, France
13 May - 14 MayBarcelona, Spain
15 MayCartagena, Spain
16 MayMalaga, Spain
18 MayVigo, Spain
20 MayIsle of Portland, England
21 MayDover, England
23 MayArriving in London-Greenwich, England

The optional 140-day segment "2021 Viking World Discoveries" departs from Los Angeles USA on January 4 (2021) and visits 66 ports in 27 countries. Prices started from USD 53,000 per person (double occupancy).

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