Viking fans can look forward to the return of Viking Orion Down Under when she sails in Australian waters for three months from December 2021 to March 2022 – her fourth consecutive season.
Viking Orion will offer six 15-day Australia and New Zealand itineraries from Sydney to Auckland. She ends her season with a 17-day Komodo and the Australian Coast voyage between Sydney and Bali before sailing a range of Asian itineraries.
She will also offer the “perennial Australian favourite,” the 23-day North Pacific Passage itinerary visiting Japan, Russia, the Bering Sea, Alaska before arriving in Vancouver.
Viking’s newest ocean-going ship, Viking Venus will also join its fleet in 2021, offering a variety of sailings in the Mediterranean and Northern Europe including a 13-day voyage In Search of the Northern Lights.
Viking has also opened bookings for sailings on its ocean-going ships, Viking Jupiter and Viking Sky between September 2021 and May 2022.
Viking Jupiter will operate trans-Atlantic sailings as well as an 18-day South America and the Chilean Fjords cruise from Buenos Aires to Santiago.
Known as “the Thinking Person’s Cruise”, Viking itineraries are destination-focused, culturally enriching and carefully curated. Voyages have been developed with curious, experienced travellers in mind, the line said.
Prices for the 13-day In Search of the Northern Lights cruise start from $6695 per person in a veranda stateroom for departures between January and March 2022. Prices for the 23-day North Pacific Passage journey start from $11,695 pp for departures in August 2021 and May 2022.
For more information visit vikingcruises.com.au or call 138 747.
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