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This First World Cruise on Viking Sun is Sold Out

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Viking Sun has departed on its first world cruise from Miami to London and it’s totally sold out!

Viking Sun has set off on her nearly five-month world cruise which spans five continents, 35 countries, and 64 ports. The newest luxury cruise ship from Viking Ocean Cruises is sailing its inaugural world cruise from Miami to London and it has sold out. You can read even further details on the world cruise here.

Torstein Hagen, Chairman of Viking, said:

“Our World Cruises are the most extensive and culturally immersive journeys available in the industry. For two decades, we have continued to expand our destination-focused itineraries to new regions of the world, so as our fleet grows it is a natural progression for us to offer grand voyages of this scope for our guests.”

“Our guests are experienced travelers who want to explore the world in comfort; our offerings allow them to be immersed be in the cultures of the world when they are onshore and when they are onboard our award-winning fleet of sister ships.”

Viking Sun departed Miami, Florida on December 15 on its 141-day world cruise and the new vessel will sail to stunning destinations and regions including Cuba, Caribbean, Panama Canal, Los Angeles, South Pacific, Australia, Asia and finally Europe. The luxury cruise ship will end its world cruise in London, UK on May 5, 2018. Viking Sun will also celebrate its christening during the around the world adventure in Shangai, China on March 8, 2018.

Viking Sun will also sail a world cruise in 2019 which will last for 128-days. The exclusive voyage from Viking Ocean Cruises will depart Miami and finish in London too. The ship joined the fleet in September 2017 and is 47,800 gross tons with a passenger capacity of 930.

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