Viking has released its 2024/25 brochure that has all the options for Viking World Cruise, including some previously sold-out voyages.

The star attraction of the new brochure is the 69-day Longitudinal World Cruise. It departs Buenos Aires and stops in nine different countries along the way to Milwaukee.

The voyage will start through the Drake Passage to step foot in Antarctica, sailing with a full expedition team and equipment. The cruise then continues along various Patagonian enclaves, the famous Chilean fjords and the Andes mountain range.

The ship will visit South America highlights like the Galapagos, Machu Picchu and the Panama canal.

Next, the cruise then continues through the Caribbean with key stops across Mexico and US, before a deep dive into Canada and Nova Scotia. Eventually, the cruise will set sail for the Great Lakes, exploring the scenery and history of the region.

Viking’s longer World Cruises are in high demand, with previous seasons selling out in record time. Our new Longitudinal World Cruises have only one departure annually and offer a one-of-a-kind extraordinary experience for true explorers by combining the best ocean and expedition itineraries into one seamless trip,” said Michelle Black, Viking ANZ Managing Director. 

“The Longitudinal World Cruise V is our most exciting yet. No other cruise itinerary presents its guests with so much diversity in nature and wildlife, cultural experiences, value, and comfort, rolled into one.”

Many overland excursions on the cruise are included, such as in the Galapagos, Machu Picchu and Niagara Falls.

The cruise leaves on September 26, 2024 and if you book before November 30, 2023, you can save up to $4000 per couple thanks to Vikings ‘The Heart of Exploring’ sale. Prices start from $76,995 for the voyage.

You can sign up to download the brochure here.

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