New York - A Port of Call On Viking Cruises' Viking Sun Ultimate World Cruise.

Viking Cruises' Viking Sun's Ultimate World Cruise Lasting 245 Days
Viking Cruises' Viking Sun's Ultimate World Cruise Lasting 245 Days

Viking Cruises has deployed their Viking Sun on what they are referring to as the Ultimate World Cruise. Now well into its Guinness Record-breaking endeavor — to complete the world’s longest continuous cruise — the ship departed on a round-trip journey from London on August 31 of 2019.

Just 54 of Viking Sun's guests have booked the entire voyage each paying over $90,000 to visit 111 ports in 51 countries across six continents in the span of 245 days. The rest have booked one of two segments of 127 days from London to Los Angeles, or 119 days from Los Angeles back to London.

As part of the current itinerary the Viking Sun made a call at New York in October 9-11th 2019 and is currently in Papeete, Tahiti Island, French Polynesia (January 14 & 15, 2020).

Guests will enjoy free wi-fi, spa treatments, specialty restaurant dining, 1 free shore excursion in each port and more. 


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