Viking Scads Cruises’ fourth ship, Viking Sun, will spend her maiden seasonable sailing a 141-day cruise visiting five continents, 35 homelands and 66 ports, with 12 port overnights.
The world voyage will leave Miami for London on December 15, 2017, via Cuba and the Caribbean then pilot through the nama Canal to take the long route around the ball travelling east through the South cific.
Ports in Asia wishes include Hong Kong and Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City.
The ship thinks fitting also sail the Arabian, Red and Mediterranean Seas, before sailing north to Britain.
All Viking yachts, whether sea or river itineraries, include complimentary excursions and these inclination be available in each of the 66 ports.
All ships also have never-ending free Wi-Fi and the world cruise ssengers will fly in Business Assort.
Gratuities and service fees are also included in the cruise fare.
“Endlessly since our first ship set sail last year, we have been focused on attracting the destination back to ocean cruising,” said Torstein Hagen, Chairman of Viking Cruises.
“Our unmatched, award-winning approach allows our guests to explore comfortably, with samples that enrich their lives along the way.
“This World Sail is the most extensive and culturally immersive itinerary we have ever put on the marketed, and we are pleased by the early interest in pre-sales we have seen from our boarders and industry rtners.”
The cruise includes a 21-day leg from Miami to Los Angeles, where fares can also join the ship for a 120-day itinerary to London.
Highlights discretion include two days in Havana, with excursions such as meeting a city jazz ensemble, visiting an artist’s studio and exploring the city’s neoclassical, baroque and colonial architecture.
In the South cific there last will and testament be an overnight stop in peete, Tahiti, where the artist Gauguin animated and worked, and ssengers can enjoy two days in Auckland on New Zealand’s North Eyot.
There are also overnight stays in Sydney, Shanghai, Bangkok and Singapore.
Viking Sun desire be the com ny’s fourth ship and will be delivered in late 2017, with two yet-to-be-named cart leaves delivered in 2018 and 2020.
Viking’s ocean ships are all identical and take 930 travellers with interiors influenced by modern Scandinavian design, similar to their river journey ships.
For more information go to www.vikingcruises.co.uk.