MS Viking XPRS

MS Viking XPRS

MS Viking XPRS is a fast cruiseferry owned by the Finland-based Viking Line and operated on their service between Helsinki, Finland and Tallinn, Estonia. Her keel was laid on 16 April 2007 and launching took place on 19 September 2007. Viking XPRS entered service on 28 April 2008.

Read more about MS Viking XPRS:  Concept, Name and Homeport, Construction, Service History, Decks

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MS Viking XPRS - Decks
... layout of decks 1 and 2 is unknown as the deck plans provided by Viking Line only include decks accessible to passengers ... A-Cabins, LYX-Cabins) Conference center, Business lounge, Shopping World, Viking's Inn pub, Sundeck and Grill, Dance pavilion (added April 2009) Blue ...
Annagassan
... as Linn Duachaill in AD 841 when the establishment of a Viking longphort was recorded ... In 827 the Annals of Ulster record that the Vikings attacked the Ciannachta people of Co ... There is a legend that one such Viking was stranded after a raid and settled there ...
MS Viking XPRS - Service History
... Viking XPRS made her maiden voyage between Helsinki and Tallinn on 27 April 2008 and entered regular service on the route the following day ... Compared to MS Rosella that had sailed on the route the previous year the Viking XPRS attracted a notably larger number of passengers, with a 61% raise in passenger number and 74% raise in ... In February 2009 the Viking XPRS was voted as one of the top 5 medium-sized cruise ships in the world by readers of the prestigious Condé Nast ...

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