Viking River Cruises

Viking Spirit

Sailing Dates:

Viking Spirit

Built in 2001, sister ships Viking Neptune, Viking Pride and Viking Spirit feature a beautifully designed layout of public areas and a wraparound deck that allows guests to enjoy scenery in the open air any time they wish, even while sailing under low bridges, making them some of the most elegant, versatile river cruise ships on the water./p>

Ship Features

  • 75 comfortable outside staterooms (63 deluxe, 12 standard)
  • Sun deck with 360-degree views and shaded sitting area
  • Observation lounge and bar with panoramic windows
  • Restaurant with panoramic views
  • Onboard boutique
  • Library
  • Free shipwide wireless internet service
  • Walk-around, open air promenade deck
  • Laundry service

Viking Spirit Facts
Year built: 2001
Length: 375 ft
Width: 37.4 ft
Draft: 4.9 ft
Decks: 4
Crew: 39
Passengers: 150
Cabins: 75
Deluxe Cabin: 63
Standard Cabin: 12
Dining

Our chefs create a variety of tasty offerings for you, with freshly prepared seasonal local vegetables, European specialties adapted to satisfy the tastes of our passengers, and homemade soups prepared daily. For breakfast, choose from our selections of pastries, cereals, breakfast meats, egg dishes, fresh fruit and selected cheeses. At lunch, select from the soup and sandwich bar, or a choice of entrees and dessert. And for dinner, you are treated to a five-course gourmet menu with regional specialties. You can also select from our regional wines to perfectly complement your meal. And wherever you sail, you will find enhancements reflecting your itinerary-it is all part of experiencing the local culture.


Activities

Hands-on demonstrations, cooking classes, traditional dance performances, and local tastings. These in-depth experiences are included as an essential part of discovering more about the places through which you cruise, and each activity is planned specifically to illuminate each itinerary.

Sometimes you want to dig a little deeper. We offer a series of onboard multimedia talks to shed light on the history and culture of the places you visit. Topics may include the Dutch Masters or French impressionists, castles along the Rhine Valley, the formation of the European Union, the life and works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the wine and cuisine of southern France, and key words and phrases in the local language wherever you are traveling. These presentations provide a context for your own observations, enhancing your travel experience.


Powered by Revelex (v4.4.9)