Viking Tir Review and Specifications
Specifications of Viking Tir
|Year built||2019 / Age : 1|
|Builder||Neptun Werft GmbH (Rostock, Germany)|
|Operator||Viking River Cruises|
|Speed||15 kn / 28 kph / 17 mph|
|Length (LOA)||135 m / 443 ft|
|Beam (width)||29 m / 95 ft|
|Gross Tonnage||5000 gt|
|Passengers||95 - 190|
|Decks with cabins||3|
|Christened by||Gisela Ruckert|
Current itinerary / position of Viking Tir
Viking Tir current cruise is 9 days, one-way from Amsterdam to Antwerp. The itinerary starts on 25 Mar, 2020 and ends on 03 Apr, 2020.All Itineraries Current Position
|Date / Time||Port|
|25 Mar||Departing from Amsterdam, Holland hotels|
|26 Mar||Amsterdam, Holland|
|27 Mar||Hoorn, Holland|
|28 Mar||Rotterdam, Holland|
|28 Mar||Dordrecht, Holland|
|29 Mar||Kinderdijk, Holland|
|30 Mar||Wesel, Germany|
|31 Mar||Nijmegen, Holland|
|01 Apr||Maastricht, Holland|
|02 Apr||Antwerp, Belgium|
|03 Apr||Arriving in Antwerp, Belgium hotels|
Review of Viking Tir
Longship Viking Tir boat is one of all 6 Viking River Cruises ships delivered in 2019. The other (2019-launched) sisterships are named Einar, Sigrun, Sigyn, Ullur and Vali. These riverboats were deployed in Europe, on the rivers Rhine and Danube.
Each of Viking Cruises longships features innovative corridor configuration (patented design), modern engineering and technologies, signature Scandinavian-themed decor, premium stateroom amenities, itinerary-based and expert-led enrichment program, themed onboard entertainment, efficiency of public spaces, Viking's signature lounge Aquavit Terrace, large number of balcony cabins (including 2 of the European river cruising industry's largest suites, each with separate bedroom and living room).
Viking Tir has a total of 95 cabins (of which 9 Suite, 22 French Balconies, 25 with a not-opening window) in 8 grades. Longship Tir has two Explorer Suites featuring 270-degree scenery views and private wraparound balconies. The boat's 7 Veranda Suites are with two separate rooms - living room (with step-out balcony) and bedroom (with French Balcony). There are also 39 Veranda staterooms.
Cabins Types/Categories (number, location), high to low
- Suites - ES (x2, deck3), AA (x7, deck 3)
- Balcony Staterooms - A (x20, deck3), B (x17, deck2)
- French Balcony Staterooms (with floor to ceiling door-windows) - C (x5, deck3), D (x15, deck2)
- RiverView Staterooms - E (x18, deck1), F (x7, deck1).
Viking Tir dining venues include Tir Restaurant (dining room) and Aquavit Terrace (al fresco). The Aquavit Terrace (indoor-outdoor lounge) is located at the ship's bow. The Observation Lounge has floor-to-ceiling glass doors for panoramic views. The Sun Deck has sunbathing and shaded seating areas and offers 360-degree scenery views. Other facilities include an Atrium (lobby), Library (Internet), Shop (gifts, souvenirs), Sky Bar, Herbal Garden, putting green, walking track, shuffleboard. The longship doesn't have a gym room, swimming pool, jacuzzi, spa.
Viking Tir cruise deals are inclusive of Internet (Wi-Fi), all tours/excursions, ground transfers, live evening entertainment, daily lecturers, food and wine tastings, 24-hour coffee/tea, replenished daily bottled water.
Viking Tir river cruise prices are per person and based on double occupancy. These are only indicative of Viking cruise rates. They might be different when you book your Viking River Cruises Europe cruise tour deals, influenced by travel agency promotions, special offers and discounts, group travel booking or last-minute deals rates. On some Viking Tir cruise tours, the line offers round-trip USA airfare discount deals (on select cabins or itineraries/dates).
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Viking Tir Wiki
In 2019, together with Tir, Viking River Cruises launched the longships Vali, Einar, Sigrun, Sigyn, Ullur and Helgrim. The 7-ship "virtual" naming ceremony was via satellite connections and held on March 19, 2019, in four riverports - Basel Switzerland (Sigrun and Einar), Rostock Germany (Ullur and Sigyn), Brunsbuttel Germany (Vali and Tir) and Oporto Portugal (Helgrim). Tir boat's godmother is Gisela Ruckert (Viking operations officer).
To/from Viking Tir boat transfers and airport meet-and-greet services are included in the fares only when airfares are purchased through Viking Cruises.
Viking Tir is one of the latest generation Viking Cruises longships. This is a new (patented) Viking river cruise boat design allowing bigger accommodations without the need to shrink public areas size and to compromise the vessel's general comfort. The Viking ship Tir represents the company's latest Longship-class riverboat design. Viking Cruises longships feature energy-efficient hybrid engine technology, solar panels and interior design by "Yran & Storbraaten" (Norway). The patented "longship" design ("Rottet Studios", USA) allows much larger passenger accommodations with full-size balconies. The additional cabin space is created by 1 m (3,3 ft) off-centre shifting of the deck's corridor.
Note: You can see the CruiseMapper's list of all river cruise ships and riverboats in the "itinerary" section of our River Cruises hub. All companies and their fleets are listed there.
Viking Tir Itineraries
The below listed Viking Tir cruise prices on itineraries are only indicative and Per Person (in US dollars, based on double occupancy). These are the cheapest Viking Cruises fares on the ship’s lowest category cabins available for booking. Cruise fares typically change with departure dates approaching, last minute deals, discounts, promotions, independent travel agency offers.
|Date||Cruise Name||Departure Port||Price from|
|2020 Mar 25||9 days, one-way from Amsterdam to Antwerp||Amsterdam|
|2020 Apr 03||9 days, one-way from Antwerp to Amsterdam||Antwerp||$3645|
|2020 Apr 12||9 days, one-way from Amsterdam to Antwerp||Amsterdam||$3745|
|2020 Apr 21||9 days, one-way from Antwerp to Amsterdam||Antwerp||$3845|
|2021 Mar 24||9 days, round-trip Tulips & Windmills||Amsterdam||$1895|
|2021 Apr 02||9 days, round-trip Tulips & Windmills||Amsterdam||$2595|
|2021 Apr 11||9 days, round-trip Tulips & Windmills||Amsterdam||$3095|
|2021 Apr 20||9 days, round-trip Tulips & Windmills||Amsterdam||$3095|
|2021 Apr 29||14 days, one-way from Amsterdam to Budapest||Amsterdam||$3395|
|2021 May 13||14 days, one-way from Budapest to Amsterdam||Budapest||$3495|
|2021 May 27||14 days, one-way from Amsterdam to Budapest||Amsterdam||$3495|
|2021 Jun 10||14 days, one-way from Budapest to Amsterdam||Budapest||$3495|
|2021 Jun 24||14 days, one-way from Amsterdam to Budapest||Amsterdam||$3495|
|2021 Jul 08||14 days, one-way from Budapest to Amsterdam||Budapest||$3095|
|2021 Jul 22||14 days, one-way from Amsterdam to Budapest||Amsterdam||$3095|
|2021 Aug 05||14 days, one-way from Budapest to Amsterdam||Budapest||$3095|
|2021 Aug 19||14 days, one-way from Amsterdam to Budapest||Amsterdam||$3095|
|2021 Sep 02||14 days, one-way from Budapest to Amsterdam||Budapest||$3495|
|2021 Sep 16||14 days, one-way from Amsterdam to Budapest||Amsterdam||$3495|
|2021 Sep 30||14 days, one-way from Budapest to Amsterdam||Budapest||$3495|
|2021 Oct 14||14 days, one-way from Amsterdam to Budapest||Amsterdam||$3395|
|2021 Oct 28||14 days, one-way from Budapest to Amsterdam||Budapest||$3095|
|2021 Nov 11||14 days, one-way from Amsterdam to Budapest||Amsterdam||$2795|
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