Viking has unveiled details of its new 2022/23 World Cruise offered aboard its ninth ship, Viking Neptune.
The new voyage comes within six-months of Viking revealing its 2021/22 World Cruise on Viking Star, which sold out in November.
The newly released 138-day Viking World Cruise will be on Viking’s newest ocean ship. It will depart Fort Lauderdale, Florida on 22 December 2022, traverse 28 countries across six continents – including Australia and New Zealand, Asia, India, the Arabian Gulf and the Mediterranean – before arriving in London on 9 May 2023.
Guests will celebrate Christmas Day 2022 cruising the Caribbean Sea, and New Years Eve between the Central American countries of Costa Rica and Nicaragua.
Viking Neptune‘s World Cruise includes 57 Guided Tours and 11 overnight stays in port.
Guests can also embark on Viking Neptune‘s World Cruise from Los Angeles. This 121-day voyage sets sail from the Californian hub on 8 January 2023.
Viking plans Australian port calls in Phillip Island, Melbourne, Eden, Sydney, Brisbane, Airlie Beach, Cairns and Thursday Island.
Prices for the complete 138-day cruise start at $75,995 per person twin share.
The shorter voyage from Los Angeles is priced from $69,995 per person twin share.
Guests who book before 31 March 2021 will receive up to US$25,000 in added value, including;
- business class airfares
- up to US$2,000 per person in shore excursion credit
- up to US$1,000 per person in shipboard credit
- a complimentary Silver Spirits beverage package
Guests who book in full by 15 November 2021 can save up to AU$20,000 per couple.
Viking Cruises’ fleet of ocean ships already includes Viking Star, Viking Sea, Viking Sky, Viking Sun, Viking Orion, Viking Jupiter, and under construction, Viking Venus and Viking Mars.
More at vikingcruises.com.au/
Lead image: Viking Orion on Sydney Harbour