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Viking’s Newest World Cruise Covers Six Continents

Viking has unveiled its 2020-2021 Viking World Cruise, which will span 161 days, six continents and 75 ports, with overnight stays in 13 cities.

Setting sail on Dec. 14, 2020 from Miami, the itinerary will include six new ports of call for Viking, including Honolulu and Nawiliwili, marking the company’s inaugural visit to the Hawaiian Islands.

Sailing on Viking’s 930-guest all-veranda Viking Sun, this grand voyage will allow guests to explore islands of the Caribbean and the South Pacific; call upon ports in Asia, from Hong Kong to Bangkok; explore countries of the Middle East, including Oman, Jordan, Egypt and Israel; and sail through the Mediterranean before concluding in London.

Guests can also choose a shorter, 140-day segment of the sailing, 2021 Viking World Discoveries, which departs from Los Angeles on Jan. 4, 2021, and visits 27 countries and 66 ports.

“With the announcement of our newest World Cruise, we remain firm in our commitment to offer travellers the most immersive and culturally enriching itineraries available,” said Torstein Hagen, chairman of Viking. “We are a destination-focused travel company, and it has always been our priority to help our guests connect to the destination. It is evident in everything we do – it is why we offer an included excursion in every port; why we have the most extensive Resident Historian program in the industry; and why our ships are smaller to bring travellers to more intimate ports.”

Pricing for the 2020-2021 Viking World Cruise starts at US$59,995 per person and 2021 Viking World Discoveries starts at US$52,995 per person, based on double-occupancy.

Both world cruise itineraries include Business Class international air, transfers to and from the ship, all gratuities and service fees, complimentary visa services, the Silver Spirits Beverage Package, and free luggage shipping services for embarkation. Guests who book by Dec. 31 will receive an additional US$2,000 per person in shore excursion credit for any optional land programs and US$1,000 per person in shipboard credit which can be used toward optional tours, spa services, onboard shops and beverages.


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