Registered owner: Compass Shipping 36 Corp. Ltd. - USA - Operator: Viking Ocean Cruises
Entered service: 2019 - Gross tonnage: 47.861 - Pass. lower beds/All berths: 930 - Passenger decks: 9 - Length: 228,20 m. - Beam: 28,80 m. - Draught: 6,45 m. - Drive: diesel/electric: 4 diesel engines make: MAN 2 type 9L32/44CR - 2 type 12V32/44CR - Total installed power: 23.520 kW at 720 rpm. - Propulsion: 2 Rolls-Royce integrated rudder and propulsion system each 7.250 kW.- Service speed: 17 knots - Max. speed 21 knots - Built: Fincantieri(Ancona) - Italy - Yard no.6254 - Flag: Norway - Classification: Lloyds Register
Sisterships: Viking Star (march 2015) - Viking Sea (2016) - Viking Sky (2017) - Viking Sun (2017) - Viking Orion (2018)
|The sixth of the Star class. All sisterships are based on same platform. However interior of the ships are different.|
Viking Jupiter, the sixth Viking Cruises newbuild, has been delivered by Fincantieri in Ancona.The 47,000-ton ship has capacity for 930 guests and is the sixth in a series of 16 sister ships for quickly-growing Viking Cruises. Fincantieri said the ships had all been built according to the latest navigation regulations and equipped with the most modern safety systems, including the safe return to port. Fincantieri started its partnership with Viking in 2012, according to a statement, helping Viking enter the ocean market starting with the Viking Star in 2015. The Viking Star was built in Marghera while the Viking Sea, Viking Sky,Viking Sun and Viking Orion were all built at the Ancona yard, as well as the Viking Jupiter.Ten more ships are set to follow, plus two special expedition ships for Viking to be build at VARD.VIKING JUPITER is part of Viking's award-winning ocean fleet of sister ships, which also includes VIKING STAR, VIKING SEA, VIKING SKY, VIKING SUN, and VIKING ORION. Ten additional ships are also planned for delivery starting in 2021, which could bring Viking's ocean fleet to 16 ships by 2027.Cruises on this ship are surprisingly inclusive, with value-oriented extras such as a complimentary shore excursions, Wi-Fi, and beer and wine served at lunch and dinner. All cabins will have balconies and, the smallest (at 25 m2) is still larger than many other cruise lines' standard rooms. Top suites measure up to 121 m2.
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