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  • pakarang
    started a topic Viking Ocean Cruises - Royal Viking reborn?

    Viking Ocean Cruises - Royal Viking reborn?

    Viking Cruises - Royal Viking reborn?

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/vikingrivercruises/

    I love the design, flow and style of their proposed first ocean going cruiseship - is this Royal Viking reborn?

  • pakarang
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    Viking Ocean Cruises is growing and taking the world with storm... an additional 4 more ships has been ordered according to this maritime report.

    https://maritime-executive.com/artic...e-cruise-ships
    Viking Ocean Cruises has contracted to build four more ocean cruise ships according to an announcement from Fincantieri. With these new ships,

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  • Ralf__
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    I am happy, because we will hope to see spectacular pictures from one of our top photographers along the Norwegian coast.
    Would have been the same situation in Trondheim, of course... i like the pictures from both of you.

  • pakarang
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    WAOW.... I'm so impressed! That sounds great!

    Naturally, my next reaction is total and utter jealousy..... jealous because Trondheim could NEVER pull ashore such an event.

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    Thursday, the new cruise vessel 'Viking Sky " was handed down from the Italian shipyard Fincantieri group to cruise giant Viking cruises.
    The vessel is the third of six new luxury liner company focuses on.

    The official christening of the new ship is set to 22.06.17 in Tromsø, says Viking cruises and Fincantieri. Should we believe the companies, was Northern Norway's largest city a natural choice.

    That means grand party at Prostneset. It is not every day that a cruise ship will be christened in Norway. For Tromsøs part is the first time, says Port Director Hallvar Pettersen.

    It will be an event Tromsø never had before. Of course we have christened ships here before, but never a cruise ship, says Pettersen.

    The city's population is invited. It is envisaged activities for children and youth, there will be concerts - in other words more than a common baptism, says Port Director Pettersen.
    Information via local newspaper Nordlys

    Lets hope for nice weather with midnightsun.

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  • pakarang
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    Thank you very much, Tommi. I agree with you, a very nice ship and perfect in size as well.

    There was definately a Royal Viking feeling on board, and as a LOT of her crew were former colleagues, it was truly a very special day to visit this beauty. The interiors are very modern, yet simplistic in the traditional Scandinavian style. The interior architects have done their work really well. There is no doubt that they are selling the Scandinavian feeling on board.

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  • Tommi
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    It definetely seems to be a quality ship, in a nice size. Great pictures!

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  • pakarang
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    Eventually, I found Sterkoders secret place too:







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  • pakarang
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    Some more of the ships, if you don't mind:



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  • pakarang
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    Viking Sea in Port of Kristiansund:






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  • pakarang
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    Some of her lounges:





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  • pakarang
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    More on board images:







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  • pakarang
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    Then, it was time to board her:



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  • pakarang
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    Details of the VIKING SEA:







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  • pakarang
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    She is truly majestic in appearance as she silently glides towards me:









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