Viking points to Grand cruises

Viking points to Grand cruises

Following on from the record sale of its 2021/22 and 2022/23 World Cruises, Viking is encouraging agents and their clients to consider other Grand Voyages, which range from 37 to 93 days.

‘The halt on global travel due to the Covid pandemic has created a greater desire to travel than ever before and on a much grander scale,’ says Michelle Black, MD Viking ANZ.

‘Travellers are wanting to make up for lost time and make the most of freedoms once we are able to travel again. This is obvious with the unprecedented sale of Viking’s 2021/22 and 2022/23 world cruises.

‘However, for those guests who missed out, we still have limited availability on other Grand journeys, although competition for staterooms is already high.’

Grand Voyages combine two or more itineraries in journey. Options include the 93-day Grand Pacific Explorer from Vancouver to Auckland, departing September 2022; the 79- day Australia, Asia and Alaska, from Vancouver to Sydney, departing September 2022;
and the 37-day Far East and Alaska from Hong Kong to Vancouver, departing April 2023.

vikingcruises.com.au

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