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Viking River Cruises anuncia seis nuevos Viking Longships para 2013

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LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Viking River Cruises announced today that it has commissioned six more Viking Longships for delivery in 2013.

LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Viking River Cruises announced today that it has commissioned six more Viking Longships for delivery in 2013. The six vessels will be joining Viking Freya, Viking Idun, Viking Njord, Viking Odin, which will be christened on March 21, 2012, and Viking Embla and Viking Aegir, which will be delivered later in 2012.

“The new orders reflect the great interest in Viking River Cruises and its revolutionary Longships,” said Viking’s Chairman Torstein Hagen.

Viking Longships integrate patent-pending* design and cutting-edge technology with comfortable amenities that reflect guest preferences and current travel trends, such as:

Two Explorer Suites, which will be the largest river cruise suites in Europe at 445 square feet, each featuring a separate living room, bedroom and private wraparound veranda, offering 270-degree views.

Siete suites Veranda de dos habitaciones con una terraza de tamaño completo en la sala de estar y un balcón francés en el dormitorio.

Treinta y nueve camarotes con veranda con terrazas grandes.

Veintidós camarotes con balcón francés.

Una nueva y revolucionaria terraza Aquavit interior / exterior para todo tipo de clima, que reinventa la experiencia del salón a bordo al llevar el paisaje panorámico del río al aire libre al interior con puertas de vidrio retráctiles que permiten a los huéspedes disfrutar del paisaje y cenar al aire libre.

New premium in-cabin amenities that include heated bathroom floors and mirrors, Sony HD TV’s and premium bath products.
Actualizaciones de sostenibilidad, como paneles solares, un jardín de hierbas orgánicas a bordo y motores híbridos energéticamente eficientes que reducen las vibraciones para una conducción notablemente suave.

The Viking Longship series has been designed by celebrated maritime architects Yran & Storbraaten and Los Angeles based Rottet Studios. They are all being built at the Neptun Yard in Germany, part of the Meyer Neptun group.

“At Viking, we are proud of our Norse heritage. The ancient Vikings were the ultimate explorers, and that tradition lives at Viking River Cruises today. For that reason, we have honored our new Viking Longships — and our beautifully refurbished Russian fleet — with names of celebrated Viking gods and heroes,” said Hagen.

With the six additional vessels, Viking will have invested over $400 million in its fleet development program over three years.