Reinventing ocean cruising

Love cruising? Try the world’s leading cruise line, with no kids and plenty of inclusions. Enjoy destination-focused itineraries and excellent value offers available now.

After leading the river cruise industry for 20 years, Viking set out to reinvent ocean cruising. In its first three years on the oceans, Viking was named ‘Best Cruise Ship Line’ by Travel+Leisure in 2016 and 2017, and swept Cruise Critic’s 2017 awards – placing first in ten out of twelve categories. The line also announced a significant expansion of both its ocean and river fleets with a total of 30 new ships on order.

So, what’s drawing people to Viking? Importantly, the line is very clear about what it is not. On board, you won’t find kids or casinos, instead, you’ll instantly feel at ease aboard modern, 930-passenger ships – full of light and airy, serene Scandinavian spaces. Destination-focused itineraries give you more time in port than any other line, and Viking’s ‘Culture Curriculum’ ensures you become completely immersed in your journey. Catch a TED talk on board, or a lecture or roundtable discussion led by a Viking Resident Historian.

Then there’s the inclusions. Viking believes you shouldn’t have to pull out your wallet every time you want something extra. That’s why ten dining options, wine and beer with lunch and dinner, a shore excursion in every port, unlimited wifi and access to the famous Nordic-inspired spa (complete with Snow Grotto), are all included in your fare. All up, Viking guests receive over $270 of value per person, per day. You could thoroughly enjoy yourself and have the trip of your dreams without having to pay any more at the end of your trip – a rarity in cruising these days.

Viking has just released their 2019-20 Ocean Cruising Brochure, and currently has a range of excellent special offers on both river and ocean cruises. You can save thousands on cruise fares and receive free or discounted flights on selected itineraries. So, why not order your free brochure and start planning your next voyage of discovery now?

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