Get Aboard the New Viking Sea
Viking Sea is one of the top rated oceangoing cruise ships that makes its debut this April. Despite Viking as a brand being a newcomer in the industry, Sea Viking is already causing ripples and is fast becoming a household name. Viking Sea comes hot on the heels of Viking Star that was introduced in 2015.Viking has managed to raise attention to the new ship through its simple but modern elegance.
Viking Sea is 47,800 tonnes with most of its elements having been borrowed from the river longships of this line. It features upscale dinning, Norwegian design and the Aquavit Terrace that has become the company’s signature. On double occupancy, the cruise ship has a passenger capacity of 930 persons. As much as it may be among the smaller ships in the ocean, there is a lot packed in the ship. It should be noted that the smallest cabin measures 224 square feet. This is fairly large compared to the standards of the industry. What’s more, each cabin has a balcony for a better view at the sea.
This is the perfect cruise ship for boardroom meetings and parties. This is made possible through though the Owner’s Suite that measures 1,448 square feet, a wet bar, living room, a dining room of six, closet, large bedroom and boardroom. Regardless of the size all cabins feature flat screen TVs, King-size beds and 24 hours room service. What more would you ask for with these top range features that will make your cruise experience the best memory.
When it comes to dinning, you will be spoilt for choice. Apart from Aquavit Terrace, one can enjoy dining service at The Chef’s Table as well as Manfredi, an Italian restaurant. Others include, The Pool Grill, The World Café, Wintergarden and Mamsen’s.
It’s even interesting to note that The Kitchen Table will be the only upcharge restaurant onboard and this will be a nice experience just like dinner. This experience will begin with a journey with the chef ashore. For the shopping lovers, this will be your chance to shop for local ingredients. You can then head over to the ship where you can work hand in hand with the chef in preparing a multicourse meal.
It would be important to note that the ship will spend longer in ports. This includes late evenings and overnights. The best of all is the fact that the tours will be led by local guides. There will also be classes, port guides and lectures while on board.