VIKING  SKY

imo 9650420

Registered owner: Viking Ocean Cruises Ship II - Switzerland - Beneficial owner: Viking River Cruises AG. - Switzerland - Operator: Viking Ocean Cruises

Entered service: 2017 - Gross tonnage: 47.842 - 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.6237 - Flag: Norway - Classification: Lloyds Register

Sisterships: Viking Star (march 2015) - Viking Sea (2016) - Viking Sun (2017) - Viking Spirit (2018) - N/N

The second of the Star class. For all  features of the class please visit the first of the serie  Viking Star
    Passenger  space ratio  all  berths: 51,44
Brief description:
Viking Sky is the third of a planned six ships to US-based cruise line Viking Ocean Cruises.It is designed to serve the small luxery cruise market, featuring a gross capacity of around 47,800t.The ship was designed as part of a joint project between UK firm SMC Design and US-based Rottet Studio.
The ship is equipped with a sauna and a snow grotto, as well as two pools and a spa; the design of the vessel was meant as a modern take on Scandinavian tradition.
Viking Sky was built in compliance with the latest navigation and environmental regulations, and has various improved safety systems including ‘safe return to port' capabilities.
Fincantieri previously delivered the first of the series, Viking Star to Viking Ocean Cruises in 2015, which was built at the manufacturer's shipyard in Marghera, Italy. The second ship of the series, Viking Sea, embarked from Fincantieri’s shipyard in Ancona last year, while Viking Sun, the fourth unit, was launched from the same site a month ago.Viking Sea and Viking Star are scheduled for delivery by 2018 and 2019 respectively.   
The ocean-going ships, which will number six by 2020, have no casino, no photographers, no art auctions and just about everything is included in the price.

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