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Viking Sea

Capacity
930
Crew
465
Tonnage
47,842 GT
Length
227.20 m (745.4 ft)
First voyage
2016
Decks
10

MV Viking Sea is a cruise ship built by Italian shipbuilders Fincantieri for Viking Ocean Cruises. It is the second ship to grace the name Viking Sea, the first being Viking Sky which was originally assigned this name.

Viking Sea sailed from Venice to New Capital Quay on the River Thames at Greenwich, London, England, where on 5 May 2016 she became the largest vessel named in London. She will sail around Scandinavia, the Baltic and across the Mediterranean during her maiden season. Viking Sea has 3 sister ships, Viking Star, Viking... Read more

Viking Sea

Capacity (DO): 
930
Crew: 
465
Tonnage: 
47,842 GT
Length: 
227.20 m (745.4 ft)
Beam: 
28.80 m (94.5 ft)
First voyage: 
2016
Decks: 
10

MV Viking Sea is a cruise ship built by Italian shipbuilders Fincantieri for Viking Ocean Cruises. It is the second ship to grace the name Viking Sea, the first being Viking Sky which was originally assigned this name.

Viking Sea sailed from Venice to New Capital Quay on the River Thames at Greenwich, London, England, where on 5 May 2016 she became the largest vessel named in London. She will sail around Scandinavia, the Baltic and across the Mediterranean during her maiden season. Viking Sea has 3 sister ships, Viking Star, Viking Sky and Viking Sun.

Facilities

Viking Sea has passenger accommodation, three swimming pools, a spa, a fitness center, two restaurants and a café, lounges, a winter garden, a terrace, a sports deck, theatre and bars, and shops.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
MV_Viking_Sea_(2015)

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