Picture yourself spending 161 days exploring the world like a Viking with 930 other like-minded travellers on a luxurious ship with an infinity pool & a snow grotto.

Viking Cruises today revealed its new 2020-2021 Viking World Cruises, which will span 161 days, six continents and 75 ports, with overnight stays in 13 cities.

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

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Sailing on the 930-guest all-veranda Viking Sun, the 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.

For those with a little less time and money to spare, the cruise line is also offering a shorter, 140-day segment of the sailing, 2021 Viking World Discoveries, which departs from Los Angeles on 4 January 2021, and visits 27 countries and 66 ports.

The cruise line’s Chairman, Torstein Hagen, the new World Cruise is a commitment to offering travellers the most “immersive and culturally enriching itineraries”.

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“We are a destination-focused travel company, and it has always been our priority to help our guests connect to the destination.”

Torstein Hagen, Viking Cruises Chairman

“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.”

Beyond the Hawaiian Islands, the new World Cruise will also see Viking make its debut in Vietnam’s ancient city of Hue, French Polynesia’s Moorea and more.

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