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Viking Homelands

May 18 – June 1, 2025

Itinerary

Tour scenic fjords, towns & cities

Sail historic waters and discover more of Scandinavia with overnights in Stockholm, Oslo and scenic Bergen. See charming Ålborg and Gdańsk, and visit the grand cities of Berlin and Copenhagen. Witness breathtaking scenery from your ship as she glides through majestic Norwegian fjords in the legendary homelands of the Vikings.

Day by Day Cruise Ports
1 Sunday, May 18, 2025 Stockholm, Sweden
2 Monday, May 19, 2025 Stockholm, Sweden
3 Tuesday, May 20, 2025 Mariehamn, Åland Islands
4 Wednesday, May 21, 2025 Sail the Baltic Sea
5 Thursday, May 22, 2025 Gdańsk, Poland
6 Friday, May 23, 2025 Bornholm, Denmark
7 Saturday, May 24, 2025 Berlin, Germany
8 Sunday, May 25, 2025 Copenhagen, Denmark
9 Monday, May 26, 2025 Ålborg, Denmark
10 Tuesday, May 27, 2025 Oslo, Norway
11 Wednesday, May 28, 2025 Oslo, Norway
12 Thursday, May 29, 2025 Stavanger, Norway
13 Friday, May 30, 2025 Eidfjord, Norway
14 Saturday, May 31, 2025 Bergen, Norway
15 Sunday, June 1, 2025 Bergen, Norway

Embark your ship and settle into your stateroom. Elegant Stockholm is nestled where Lake Mälaren’s cobalt waters meet the Baltic. This stunning cultural capital extends over 14 islands linked by 57 graceful bridges. Hailed as one of the world’s cleanest cities, it boasts numerous green parks. The preserved 13th-century Gamla Stan, or Old Town, boasts gabled merchant houses and an array of architectural styles, from the enormous baroque Stockholm Palace to the Art Nouveau Royal Dramatic Theater. Strandvägen is one of Europe’s loveliest waterfront esplanades and the ideal place to sample some traditional smoked salmon.

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Discover Stockholm

Explore 100 Years of the Nobel Prize

Stockholm is an open book for those interested in Swedish culture and history; the city has one of the highest concentrations of museums in the world. The most prominent is the maritime Vasa Museum, which houses the restored 17th-century ship Vasa. Other homestead reconstructions are spread across the Skansen open air museum on the isle of Djurgården, providing a glimpse of life before the Industrial Age. Art lovers may also linger among the thousands of paintings and handicraft pieces at the National Museum or admire works by Picasso and Dalí at the Moderna Museet.

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Discover Stockholm

Explore 100 Years of the Nobel Prize

The Swedish-speaking city of Mariehamn is the capital of Åland, an autonomous territory under Finnish sovereignty. The archipelago spans approximately 6,700 islands and lies halfway between Finland and Sweden. The compact city center sits between two harbors, and offers a number of restaurants, cafes and shops. A haven for outdoor activities, it is an ideal location to explore the region by land or by sea. The city’s Viking heritage is a celebrated treasure; each year, Mariehamn hosts the annual Viking Market, one of the largest of its kind in Scandinavia.

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Traverse the historic waters that line the coast of Sweden, where maritime battles unfolded in a bid to control Northern Europe. As you sail today, savor a range of international cuisine on board. Choose from a variety of international flavors at the World Café, enjoy al fresco dining on the Aquavit Terrace, or regional specialties in The Restaurant.

Gdańsk is widely known as the city of glowing amber and Gothic cathedrals. Its luster harkens back to medieval times when it was one of the most prosperous cities in the Hanseatic League, the mercantile powerhouse of the Baltic. The city’s rich history is on display in the remarkably restored Old Town, a splendid mix of Gothic, Renaissance and baroque styles—from the royal residence of Green Gate to the 15th-century Artus Court, a merchant’s palace. Traditional Polish pierogies or a glass of Goldwasser, a liqueur created here in the 16th century, round out any visit.

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Founded around the year 1000 as a fishing community on the Danish island of Bornholm, the village of Rønne has played an important role in the maritime trade of the Baltics. Germans, Swedes and Soviets variously overtook the island throughout its history. Along Laksegade and Storegade streets, historic cobblestone lanes and the low-timbered, red-roofed houses of merchants exude the Rønne of yesterday. Today, Rønne is home to celebrated and talented artisans who uphold a long tradition of glassblowing and, more famously, of crafting longcase grandfather clocks.

After a decades-long postwar rift both between Berlin and the world and within the city itself, Germany’s capital has been reunified and undergone a remarkable rebirth as a center of art, culture and great architecture. It is still riding the wave of its newfound energy, and exploring its streets feels akin to browsing a newly opened museum. Risen from the ashes of war, many of its buildings that once stood for division now embrace unity. Among them, the Reichstag parliament building embodies a new transparency with its glass dome, and the city’s Museum Island celebrates self-expression and creativity.

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The Berlin Airlift

Jewish Museum

Copenhagen charms visitors like a Danish fairy tale. Among the Baltic’s most beautiful cities, it began as a fishing village and boasts more than 850 years of history. It has been an important Scandinavian port since the Viking Age and remains one of Europe’s most enchanting places, thanks to Tivoli Gardens, the world’s second-oldest amusement park, and The Little Mermaid statue sitting in the harbor at Langelinie. Grand palaces also grace the cityscape, including Amalienborg Palace, the royal winter residence, and Rosenborg Castle, home to the Danish Crown Jewels.

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Discover Copenhagen

Danish Heroes

The Queen of Smørrebrød

Founded by Vikings in the late 900s, historic Ålborg enjoys a picturesque setting. The best-preserved Renaissance architecture in all of Denmark is here, most famously at the Jens Bang’s House, built in 1624. Its clean symmetry helped lay the foundation for today’s Scandinavian design. Ålborg, the nation’s fourth-largest city, was founded as a trading post. The wealth that poured into merchants’ accounts helped build many half-timbered mansions that still stand today. Ålborghus Castle, the seat of the modern-day governors of Northern Jutland, is perhaps the finest example.

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Enjoy scenic sailing as we head toward our next destination. Oslo is one of Scandinavia’s most vibrant cities, set on a splendid bay amid stunning fjords and hills. It was founded by a Norseman, King Harald III, and has grown over the centuries around the cherished Akershus Fortress. The city not only has a rich Viking past with its close ties to the sea, it also boasts an impressive artistic heritage. Perhaps its most famous painter is Edvard Munch, whose work The Scream is known the world over. But Gustav Vigeland’s 200 or so sculptures are the most prominent works in the city, on full display throughout Vigeland Park.

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Oslo is Norway’s largest and most populous city. The city is nestled between the waters of Oslofjord and the sloping forestlands that stretch into the hinterlands, so a nature walk is never far away. Even in the heart, vast open spaces invite residents to commune with the great outdoors. Norway’s most famous is Frogner Park. While a short ferry ride leads to Bygdøy, the green “Museum Peninsula” jutting into the fjord. The grassy expanse of Tøyen Park is home to an inviting Botanical Garden, while St. Hanshaugen Park affords sweeping city views.

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Stavanger is home to one of Europe’s most interesting Old Towns. The cobblestone streets of Old Stavanger, or Gamle Stavanger, are lined with the continent’s highest concentration of wooden buildings that date to the 17th and 18th centuries; approximately 250 are protected by a conservancy formed in the 1950s after developers threatened to destroy these cultural riches. Stavanger profited from an offshore oil drilling boom in recent decades; buoyed by its energy sector, the once-placid city gained a cosmopolitan flair and was honored in 2008 as European Capital of Culture.

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Fish On!

Friele – The Taste Norwegians Love

Edvard Grieg (1843-1907)

The quaint village of Eidfjord is nestled in the heart of one of Norway’s most scenic regions. From the Norwegian Sea, the waters of the expansive Hardangerfjord lead to the smaller Eidfjorden and to this charming mountain hamlet. Eidfjord embodies the Norway of every traveler’s dream, the gateway to Hardangervidda, Europe’s largest mountain plateau of soaring beauty. Wild reindeer roam here, among stunning, treeless moorlands dotted with pools, rivers, streams and the Vøringfossen Waterfall, a 550-foot cascade that plummets into the cavernous Måbødalen Canyon.

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King Haakon of Norway’s Daring Escape in WWII

Bergen is home to the Hanseatic League’s only kontor (trading enclave) still in existence. Bryggen wharf, a row of timbered Hanseatic warehouses along a quaint quay, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Narrow wooden walkways are flanked by parallel rows of small, vibrantly painted buildings overlooking the picturesque Vågen Harbor. This is perhaps the most charming district of Bergen and a delight to explore, from its tight-knit community of workshops where artisans sell their wares to its cafés where freshly prepared smørbrød, or open-faced sandwiches, are on the menu.

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Bergen, an ancient city with deep Viking roots, is nestled between gargantuan snowcapped mountains, magnificent fjords and one of Europe’s largest glaciers. Founded in 1070 on what was a Viking settlement, Bergen is the second-largest city in Norway. Not to be missed is a stroll through the Fisketorget, where the fresh catch of the sea awaits—from cod and prawns to local caviar and icy oysters. After breakfast, disembark your ship and journey home.

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Viking Vela

Expand your horizons on our award-winning, all-veranda small ship, with just 998 guests, allowing us to dock where larger ships cannot.

Deck Plan

Staterooms

Our purpose-built ships offer a wide variety of staterooms for your selection. From Veranda Staterooms to the abundance of extra perks and amenities in our spacious Explorer Suites, there is no finer way to travel. And whichever stateroom you choose, you will find it beautifully designed in the understated elegance for which Viking is known.

Owner’s Suite (OS)

Owner’s Suite (OS)

Stateroom size: 1,488 sq ft multi-room suite including expansive private veranda
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Explorer Suite (ES)

Explorer Suite (ES)

Stateroom size: 808–1,215 sq ft (includes private veranda)
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Penthouse Junior Suite (PS)

Penthouse Junior Suite (PS)

Stateroom size: 432 sq ft (includes private veranda)
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Penthouse Veranda Stateroom (PV)

Penthouse Veranda Stateroom (PV)

Stateroom size: 360 sq ft (includes private veranda)
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Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV)

Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV)

Stateroom size: 288 sq ft (includes private veranda)
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Veranda Stateroom (V)

Veranda Stateroom (V)

Stateroom size: 288 sq ft (includes private veranda)
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Onboard Dining

Enjoy a multicourse meal featuring regional cuisine and always available classics in the Restaurant, an upscale dining venue with panoramic windows with ever-changing views.

Manfredi’s® Italian Restaurant

Manfredi’s® Italian Restaurant

Savor the farm-inspired cuisine of Italy at Manfredi’s in a warm, subdued setting that recalls Tuscany’s beloved trattorias.
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The Chef’s Table

The Chef’s Table

Embark on a culinary journey at The Chef’s Table, where elegant dining reaches new heights as you sample culinary creations paired with wines selected by our master sommeliers.
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The Kitchen Table

The Kitchen Table

Immerse yourself in local culture and cuisine on an interactive culinary journey.
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The Restaurant

The Restaurant

Our main dining venue, The Restaurant offers the highest onboard dining experience amid a streamlined Scandinavian design. The menu includes regional cuisine and always available classics enhanced with locally sourced ingredients, so you can explore new cultures through food.
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Torshavn®

Torshavn®

A lively music venue reminiscent of romantic jazz lounges of 1940s Hollywood, Torshaven is ideal for pre-dinner drinks and after-dinner entertainment.
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Aquavit Terrace®

Aquavit Terrace®

In the spirit of the revolutionary outdoor settings of our award-winning river ships, we have created the Aquavit Terrace, providing the most al fresco dining experiences at sea.
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Mamsen’s®

Mamsen’s®

Located in the Explorers’ Lounge, Mamsen’s is our traditional Scandinavian deli serving snacks and light meals. In a casual atmosphere, Norwegian cuisine is the specialty, served from early morning to late night.
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Pool Grill

Pool Grill

For a relaxed lunch or an afternoon snack, the Pool Grill serves casual fare prepared to order, from gourmet burgers and hot dogs to fries. For a lighter meal, a small salad bar is available.
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The Wintergarden

The Wintergarden

Afternoon tea is served at the Wintergarden, adjacent to the Main Pool. Decadent finger sandwiches, scones and desserts are accompanied by international teas, tea ceremony demonstrations and relaxing classical music from the Viking Resident Musicians.
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World Café

World Café

With live cooking, open kitchens and buffet-style meal service, the World Café provides a casual interactive experience and a range of international flavors. Guests can choose their favorite foods and dine indoors or al fresco.
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310th Group Details

For this itinerary, sail historic waters and discover more of Scandinavia with overnights in Stockholm, Oslo and scenic Bergen. See charming Ålborg and Gdańsk, and visit the grand cities of Berlin and Copenhagen. Witness breathtaking scenery from your ship as she glides through majestic Norwegian fjords in the legendary homelands of the Vikings.

Cruise Dates 18 May 2025 – 1 June 2025

The Viking cruise begins on the 18th of May in Stockholm. Travel would most likely begin on the 17th of May if flying from the US, however, travelers may want to arrive earlier to spend more time in Stockholm. Viking offers a pre cruise extension in Stockholm as well as a pre cruise extension in Iceland or travelers may prefer to explore on their own.

Pricing for the cruise begins at $7,799 per person double occupancy. Optional air through Viking is currently offered at $1,499 per person for most cities. (this air is a current promotion that goes through the end of September). The deluxe veranda cabin recommended starts at $8,399 per person double occupancy. Some cabin categories are already sold out for this sailing.

All 310th travelers booking in this group will receive $100 off per person. Additionally, each cabin booked results in a $50 donation to the command association.

Viking typically updates their promotions each month, and sometimes repeats a promotion. Currently, Viking is offering $25 deposits for this sailing and with that small deposit, final payment will be in 2024.

Information from Viking is throughout this itinerary – in written narrative and in videos. Much more information on the many excursions you have to select from and what presentations are available onboard will be provided for your cruise closer to sailing and when onboard. The information in this document is not inclusive of everything they offer — just some ideas on what might be available.

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Fitness Center

Maintain your health and wellness at the best health club at sea with treadmills, elliptical machines, stationary bicycles and an open space to practice your own functional training, stretching, yoga and Pilates.

Guest Services

Located on Deck 1, our Guest Services is always open and can assist you with any questions. Should you want to attend a museum, concert or particular restaurant ashore, your Guest Services staff can assist you in making custom arrangements.

Hair Salon

Visit our Hair Salon, where you can pamper yourself with an array of hair, nail and grooming services. Our experienced stylists offer wash, cut, blow-dry and styling, as well as our soothing Royal Nordic Hair ritual.

Manfredi’s® Italian Restaurant

Savor the farm-inspired cuisine of Italy at Manfredi’s in a warm, subdued setting that recalls Tuscany’s beloved trattorias.

Shops

A variety of onboard shops have everything you need to make your voyage comfortable and convenient, plus signature Viking keepsakes including books, clothing and jewelry.

The Bar

Featuring a clinker-built bar inspired by ancient longships, The Bar is located on the ground floor of The Atrium in the Living Room.

The Chef’s Table

Embark on a culinary journey at The Chef’s Table, where elegant dining reaches new heights as you sample culinary creations paired with wines selected by our master sommeliers. This venue offers a five-course degustation menu that our chef rotates every two to three days, so over 14 days you can choose from up to five different food “journeys.” Reservations should be made no sooner than every three days to avoid booking the same theme twice.

The Kitchen Table

Immerse yourself in local culture and cuisine on an interactive culinary journey.

The Living Room

The ideal setting for relaxation and conversation, The Living Room draws guests together. Spacious seating, melodic piano tunes, live entertainment and planned activities foster rich camaraderie. And its well-curated Library informs even the best-read traveler. Adorned with nautical touches from Viking days, including the clinker-built bar inspired by ancient longships, it is the most inspired living room at sea.

The Nordic Spa

Our Spa experience draws upon the holistic wellness philosophy of Nordic culture. Enjoy the ultimate Scandinavian tradition and invigorate yourself in the Sauna and steam room, then visit our Snow Grotto, a sanctuary of fluffy snow and chilled air. Work out in the Fitness Center, or unwind completely with a Swedish massage or specialty facial.

The Atrium

Relax in the soaring atrium and mingle with like-minded guests as you enjoy a cocktail from the Viking Bar.

The Restaurant

Our main dining venue, The Restaurant offers the highest onboard dining experience amid a streamlined Scandinavian design. The menu includes regional cuisine and always available classics enhanced with locally sourced ingredients, so you can explore new cultures through food.

The Theater

Our main venue, The Theater, features live performances that bring you closer to the culture of our destinations. Sometimes, the destination we connect you to exists solely in the realm of an otherworldly theatrical journey, as is the case with beautifully themed shows.  

We will also pull back the curtains of our destinations with cinema in our two movie theaters, which show first-run films you have not yet seen as well as destination-driven cinema such as Room with A ViewRoman Holiday, or Skyfall. And because the intellect also needs to be stimulated, our theaters will always be buzzing with fresh, new insights from our port talks and onboard lectures that feature the history, art, and culture of our destinations. And since we have always promised you will explore the world in comfort, we have banished uncomfortable theater seating in favor of soft and spacious sofa seating.

Torshavn®

A lively music venue reminiscent of romantic jazz lounges of 1940s Hollywood, Torshaven is ideal for pre-dinner drinks and after-dinner entertainment.

Enjoy a classic martini, stirred to perfection; savor the finest quality Armagnac; take in the melodic tunes of jazz singers or piano players. All in an intimate setting that invites music lovers to linger. This hidden gem is designed to deliver delightful surprises, great conversation and impromptu crooning.

Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV)
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  • Stateroom size: 288 sq ft (includes private veranda)
  • Ocean-view stateroom with floor-to-ceiling sliding glass door opening to full-size veranda
  • 11 AM Embarkation
  • 2 PM stateroom access
  • Priority shore excursion reservations 67 days prior to departure
  • 1 priority reservation at each alternative restaurant 60 days prior to departure
  • Priority spa treatment bookings 60 days prior to departure
  • King-size Viking Explorer Bed (optional twin-bed configuration) with luxury linens & pillows
  • Free Wi-Fi (connection speed may vary)
  • 42″ flat-screen TV featuring MSNBC, FOX News, National Geographic and more
  • 110/220 volt outlets & USB ports
  • Large private bathroom with spacious glass-enclosed shower, heated floor, anti-fog mirror & hair dryer
  • Premium Freyja® toiletries
  • Plush robes & slippers
  • Direct-dial satellite phone & cell service
  • Security safe
  • Individual climate control
  • Purified water refilled daily
  • Mini-bar with soft drinks, water & snacks (replenished once daily)
  • Binoculars
  • Traditional Norwegian Marius-weave blanket
  • Personal coffee machine with premium coffee & tea selections
  • Stateroom steward & twice-daily housekeeping
  • 24-hour room service
  • Under-bed suitcase storage space
  • Spacious drawers & closet with wooden hangers
  • View the Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV) in our 360° Tour
Explorer Suite (ES)
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  • Stateroom size: 808–1,215 sq ft (includes private veranda)
  • Ocean-view two-room  suite with floor-to-ceiling sliding glass door opening to a generous veranda (layout varies)
  • Well-appointed living area & dining area that seats 4
  • 11 AM Embarkation
  • 11 AM priority stateroom access
  • Priority shore excursion reservations 97 days prior to departure
  • 3 priority reservations at each alternative restaurant 90 days prior to departure
  • Priority spa treatment bookings 90 days prior to departure
  • King-size Viking Explorer Bed (optional twin-bed configuration) with luxury linens & pillows
  • Free Wi-Fi (connection speed may vary)
  • 42″ flat-screen TV featuring MSNBC, FOX News, National Geographic and more
  • Additional 42″ flat-screen interactive LCD TVs in living area
  • 110/220 volt outlets & USB ports
  • Large private bathroom with spacious glass-enclosed shower, bathtub, double-sink vanity, heated floor, anti-fog mirror & hair dryer
  • Premium Freyja® toiletries
  • Plush robes & slippers
  • Direct-dial satellite phone & cell service
  • Security safe
  • Individual climate control
  • Purified water refilled daily
  • Welcome bottle of champagne
  • Mini-bar with alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, water & snacks (replenished once daily)
  • Binoculars
  • Traditional Norwegian Marius-weave blanket
  • Personal coffee machine with premium coffee & tea selections
  • Stateroom steward & twice-daily housekeeping
  • 24-hour room service
  • Complimentary laundry, dry cleaning, pressing  & shoe shine services
  • Under-bed suitcase storage space
  • Spacious drawers & closet with wooden hangers
  • View the Explorer Suite (ES) in our 360° Tour
Penthouse Junior Suite (PS)
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  • Stateroom size: 432 sq ft (includes private veranda)
  • Ocean-view suite with floor-to-ceiling sliding glass door opening to a full-size veranda
  • Wheelchair Accessible (#6020, #6021)
  • 11 AM Embarkation
  • 11 AM priority stateroom access
  • Priority shore excursion reservations 87 days prior to departure
  • 3 priority reservations at each alternative restaurant 80 days prior to departure
  • Priority spa treatment bookings 80 days prior to departure
  • King-size Viking Explorer Bed (optional twin-bed configuration) with luxury linens & pillows
  • Free Wi-Fi (connection speed may vary)
  • 42″ flat-screen TV featuring MSNBC, FOX News, National Geographic and more
  • Additional 42″ flat-screen interactive LCD TVs in sitting area
  • 110/220 volt outlets & USB ports
  • Large private bathroom with spacious glass-enclosed shower, double-sink vanity, heated floor, anti-fog mirror & hair dryer
  • Premium Freyja® toiletries
  • Plush robes & slippers
  • Direct-dial satellite phone & cell service
  • Security safe
  • Individual climate control
  • Purified water refilled daily
  • Welcome bottle of champagne
  • Mini-bar with alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, water & snacks (replenished once daily)
  • Binoculars
  • Traditional Norwegian Marius-weave blanket
  • Personal coffee machine with premium coffee & tea selections
  • Stateroom steward & twice-daily housekeeping
  • 24-hour room service
  • Complimentary laundry, dry cleaning, pressing  & shoe shine services
  • Under-bed suitcase storage space
  • Spacious drawers & closet with wooden hangers
  • View the Penthouse Junior Suite (PS) in our 360° Tour
Veranda Stateroom (V)
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  • Stateroom size: 288 sq ft (includes private veranda)
  • Ocean-view stateroom with floor-to-ceiling sliding glass door opening to full-size veranda
  • 11 AM Embarkation
  • 3 PM stateroom access
  • Shore excursion reservations 60 days prior to departure
  • King-size Viking Explorer Bed (optional twin-bed configuration) with luxury linens & pillows
  • Free Wi-Fi (connection speed may vary)
  • 42″ flat-screen TV featuring MSNBC, FOX News, National Geographic and more
  • 110/220 volt outlets & USB ports
  • Large private bathroom with spacious glass-enclosed shower, heated floor, anti-fog mirror & hair dryer
  • Premium Freyja® toiletries
  • Plush robes & slippers
  • Direct-dial satellite phone & cell service
  • Security safe
  • Individual climate control
  • Purified water refilled daily
  • Mini-bar with soft drinks, water & snacks
  • Stateroom steward & twice-daily housekeeping
  • 24-hour room service
  • Under-bed suitcase storage space
  • Spacious drawers & closet with wooden hangers
  • View the Veranda Stateroom (V) in our 360° Tour
Penthouse Veranda Stateroom (PV)
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  • Stateroom size: 360 sq ft (includes private veranda)
  • Ocean-view stateroom with floor-to-ceiling sliding glass door opening to full-size veranda
  • 11 AM Embarkation
  • 1 PM stateroom access
  • Priority shore excursion reservations 77 days prior to departure
  • 2 priority reservations at each alternative restaurant 70 days prior to departure
  • Priority spa treatment bookings 70 days prior to departure
  • King-size Viking Explorer Bed (optional twin-bed configuration) with luxury linens & pillows
  • Free Wi-Fi (connection speed may vary)
  • 42″ flat-screen TV featuring MSNBC, FOX News, National Geographic and more
  • 110/220 volt outlets & USB ports
  • Large private bathroom with spacious glass-enclosed shower, heated floor, anti-fog mirror & hair dryer
  • Premium Freyja® toiletries
  • Plush robes & slippers
  • Direct-dial satellite phone & cell service
  • Security safe
  • Individual climate control
  • Purified water refilled daily
  • Welcome bottle of champagne
  • Mini-bar with alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, water & snacks (replenished once daily)
  • Binoculars
  • Traditional Norwegian Marius-weave blanket
  • Personal coffee machine with premium coffee & tea selections
  • Stateroom steward & twice-daily housekeeping
  • 24-hour room service
  • Complimentary pressing & shoe shine services
  • Under-bed suitcase storage space
  • Spacious drawers & closet with wooden hangers
  • View the Penthouse Veranda Stateroom (PV) in our 360° Tour
Owner’s Suite (OS)
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  • Stateroom size: 1,488 sq ft multi-room suite including expansive private veranda
  • Ocean-view largest multi-room accommodations onboard
  • Separate bedroom suite
  • Spacious, well-appointed living room
  • Separate dining area that seats 6
  • Private library, wine & music collections curated by Chairman Torstein Hagen
  • Ocean-view dry sauna
  • Boardroom that seats 12 for meetings & catered dinner parties, with first oceangoing vapor-light fireplace
  • Pantry for room service & hosted events
  • 11 AM Embarkation
  • 11 AM priority stateroom access
  • First priority shore excursion booking 107 days prior to departure
  • Complimentary shore excursion with private car & driver (up to 4 guests) in port city of your choice (valued at up to $800)
  • 4 priority reservations at each alternative restaurant 100 days prior to departure
  • First priority spa treatment bookings 100 days prior to departure
  • King-size Viking Explorer Bed with luxury linens & pillows
  • Free Wi-Fi (connection speed may vary)
  • 42″ flat-screen TV featuring MSNBC, FOX News, National Geographic and more
  • Two additional 42″ flat-screen interactive LCD TVs in living area and boardroom
  • 110/220 volt outlets & USB ports
  • Large master bathroom with spacious glass-enclosed shower, double-sink vanity, heated floor, anti-fog mirror & hair dryer, plus two guest bathrooms
  • Premium Freyja® toiletries
  • Plush robes & slippers
  • Direct-dial satellite phone & cell service
  • Security safe
  • Individual climate control
  • Purified water refilled daily
  • Welcome bottle of Veuve Clicquot champagne
  • Mini-bar with alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, water & premium snacks (replenished once daily)
  • Binoculars
  • Traditional Norwegian Marius-weave blanket
  • Personal coffee machine with premium coffee & tea selections
  • Stateroom steward & twice-daily housekeeping
  • 24-hour room service, including service from any restaurant during open hours
  • Daily personalized tea or pre-dinner cocktail & canapés on request
  • Dinner & guided tour with ship officers (subject to availability)
  • Complimentary laundry, dry cleaning, pressing  & shoe shine services
  • Under-bed suitcase storage space
  • Spacious walk-in closet with wooden hangers & drawers
  • View the Owner’s Suite (OS) in our 360° Tour
Aquavit Terrace®

In the spirit of the revolutionary outdoor settings of our award-winning river ships, we have created the Aquavit Terrace, providing the most al fresco dining experiences at sea.

Explorers’ Lounge

Inspired by the trade routes of Vikings, the Explorers’ Lounge is the ideal place for guests to share their discoveries over an aquavit or a craft beer while sampling fine Scandinavian fare. Central to the Explorers’ Lounge is Mamsen’s, a casual gourmet deli inspired by Norwegian cuisine, from smoked salmon to open-faced sandwiches and locally sourced charcuterie and cheeses. The daily “Waffle Hour” provides mouthwatering samples of the beloved treat.

Infinity Pool

The Infinity Pool, one of the first of its kind at sea, gives you a sense of swimming in the heart of your destination. Its glass backing is infused with the spirit of exploration.

This relaxing setting also offers an inviting hot tub. Relax on the teak deck, which transforms into the Aquavit Terrace in the evening.

The pool’s shimmering surface lends a peaceful backdrop to this al fresco dining option.

Main Pool

The heated Main Pool and hot tub provide a calming oasis in any weather. The retractable roof allows for any-time swims and soaks.

A haven for relaxation, it’s a fun spot to socialize during a day at sea. It’s been thoughtfully designed for lap swims, leisurely wading or enjoying a drink poolside.

By night, it’s a magical setting for stargazing and for viewing our “Movies under the Stars.”

Mamsen’s®

Located in the Explorers’ Lounge, Mamsen’s is our traditional Scandinavian deli serving snacks and light meals. In a casual atmosphere, Norwegian cuisine is the specialty, served from early morning to late night.

Pool Grill

For a relaxed lunch or an afternoon snack, the Pool Grill serves casual fare prepared to order, from gourmet burgers and hot dogs to fries. For a lighter meal, a small salad bar is available.

The Wintergarden

Afternoon tea is served at the Wintergarden, adjacent to the Main Pool. Decadent finger sandwiches, scones and desserts are accompanied by international teas, tea ceremony demonstrations and relaxing classical music from the Viking Resident Musicians.

World Café

With live cooking, open kitchens and buffet-style meal service, the World Café provides a casual interactive experience and a range of international flavors. Guests can choose their favorite foods and dine indoors or al fresco.

Sports Deck

Spectacular views and fresh air meet activities on our Sports Deck. Here you will find a walking track; an array of games, bocce ball, golf putting green and shuffleboard. Practice your own stretching and yoga outdoors, or relax with plentiful seating.