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2019 World Cruise - Miami to London

Includes FREE Business Class Flights

Departs
Thursday, 3rd January 2019
Ship
Viking Sun
Viking Ocean Cruises
Pricing is From and Per Person
Cabin Type Rate
DV2 - Deluxe Veranda

Please note, while prices and inclusions are accurate at time of loading they are subject to change due to changes in cruise line policies and pricing and due to currency fluctuations. Currency surcharges may apply. Please check details of price and inclusions at time of booking.

Special Validity Dates

Special is valid from 28th November 2017 to 31st December 2017.

Special Inclusions

- 127 night world cruise onboard Viking Sun
- All main meals & beer, wine & soft drinks served with onboard lunch & dinner
- Speciality teas, coffees & bottled water onboard
- 24-hour room service
- 1 shore excursion in every port of call
- Evening entertainment & cultural performances, talks & demonstrations
- WiFi, port charges, taxes & gratuities

BONUS:
- FREE return Business Class flights PLUS US$2000pp Shipboard Credit

Special Conditions

Valid for sales until 31 Dec 2017, unless sold out prior. Price is per person, twin share in NZD. A surcharge applies to other stateroom categories. Subject to availability. A non-refundable deposit of 20% is required within 3 days (by midday) of reservation. Full payment is due 120 days prior to sailing. ONBOARD CREDIT is in USD applicable to the first two passengers sharing a stateroom, is non-refundable, non transferable & cannot be redeemed for cash. FREE flights are based on Business class from Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch return, on an airline of Viking’s choice (including taxes) & subject to availability. Viking will fly you to the gateway of your cruise commencement & from the gateway of your cruise conclusion. Prices are correct at time of publication (04 Dec 2017) & are subject to change without prior notice. Further conditions apply, check at time of booking.

Cruise Description

128 Night World Cruise sailing from Miami to London aboard Viking Sun.

Collect more travel milestones than most people do in a lifetime on this grand voyage of discovery. Explore five continents, some of the world’s greatest cities, charming smaller ports and idyllic islands. Marvel at the natural grandeur of beautiful coastlines and immerse yourself in new cultures.
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Sample diverse cuisine and enjoy a range of excursions that provide meaningful encounters with real people, insight into their daily lives, glimpses of the working world, and Privileged Access to once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Enrichment continues on board with Viking Resident Historian lectures and roundtable discussions, engaging guest speakers, regional Destination Performances and more. Join us for the journey of a lifetime for Viking Sun’s second global crossing.

Highlights of this cruise:

Miami
The first community built on the Miami Beach barrier islands, dating to the early 20th century, South Beach brims with glorious architecture. Colorful art deco buildings sparkle like the jewels in this coastal city's crown. The Breakwater Hotel, the Colony Hotel and the Avalon are a few highlights of the Miami Beach Architectural District, on the National Register of Historic Places.

Rio de Janeiro
The world’s largest art deco statue, Rio de Janeiro’s iconic Christ the Redeemer seems to offer a gentle embrace as it stands tall with arms outspread. Set dramatically atop the slim peak of Brazil’s steep Corcovado, the 1931 statue, its soapstone exterior a mosaic made up of thousands of tiles, is visible throughout the city. Elevators and escalators now allow visitors to bypass climbing more than 200 steps to get an up close view.

Buenos Aires
Many believe the La Boca neighborhood of Buenos Aires, historically a barrio of Italian immigrant dock workers, is where the tango originated. In the 1950s, alongside abandoned railroad tracks, a colorful street museum was built amid a cobblestone pedestrian walkway. Brightly painted houses represent the immigrant tradition of repurposing leftover paint from the shipyards. The cobblestone alley was rechristened El Caminito (“Little Walkway”) after a famous, hauntingly beautiful 1926 tango song.

Valparaiso
Santiago’s gateway, the cultural capital of Valparaíso, is often compared to San Francisco for its many hills. Known as the “Jewel of the Pacific,” this seaport’s slopes are cloaked in colorful Victorian-era architecture that recalls Valparaíso’s 19th-century prosperity. The historic quarter, where the city’s development began, is an authentically preserved UNESCO World Heritage Site composed of five interconnected neighborhoods.

Easter Island
The ancient people of Easter Island, or Rapa Nui, left a memorable legacy—more than 800 massive, carved moai stone figures that dot the landscape. Some of the most-photographed statues are partially buried on a volcanic slope, leaving many unaware that the monoliths have bodies as well. The tallest is estimated to stand around 30 feet high. Embodied by these mysterious, distinctive stone figures, the island’s ancient culture—which left no written record—still today inspires fascination.

Bora Bora
Residents of the turquoise waters of Bora Bora’s world-renowned lagoon—which separates the island from a nearby barrier reef—include numerous aquatic species such as parrotfish, manta rays and butterflyfish. Its warm waters and rich coral environment entice visitors to don snorkels and discover the astonishing array of brightly colored fish that flit among its waters, feeding off algae species that grow on the coral formations.

Auckland
Boats dot the harbors of Auckland, the “City of Sails,” proud home to America’s Cup racing yachts. This maritime city set on a narrow portion of New Zealand’s North Island, is surrounded by large harbors. Waitematā Harbor, or simply Auckland Harbor, is the city’s best known body of water; the also sizeable Manukau Harbor lies on Auckland’s opposite side. Geographically, each is nearly encircled by protective land, with only a narrow entrance from the sea.

Sydney
Perhaps one of the world’s most beautiful natural harbors, Sydney Harbor is home to the iconic Sydney Opera House, whose roof was designed to resemble sails. An international jury reviewed proposals to design the opera house, awarding the project to Danish architect Jørn Utzon. It was an inspired choice; this 1973 architectural masterpiece, encompassing two distinct performance halls, has already earned the designation of UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Adelaide
Aboriginal artwork is among the fascinating specialties of the South Australian Museum. With over 4 million items in its collection, this 150-year-old museum set amid Adelaide’s cultural district is one of Australia’s most visited.

Durban
The largest city in South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province, coastal Durban (meaning “bay” in the local language) is a fascinating blend of Zulu, Indian and postcolonial influence. Stately Victorian touches, from the old Town Hall to the tree-lined waterfront esplanade, dot the cityscape. Stroll the lush pathways of the Durban Botanic Gardens, founded by British colonialists in 1849 as an extension of England’s Kew Gardens.

Cape Town
Sir Francis Drake called it “the fairest cape we saw in the whole circumference of the earth.” Still today, Cape Town enjoys one of the world’s most picturesque settings, overseen by the monolithic wonder of Table Mountain. Witness the city’s rich heritage in the lush Company’s Garden, where 17th-century European settlers grew food to stock ships rounding the cape. An overnight stay here helps you explore the city in depth.

Dakar
Off Senegal’s coast, across from Dakar, the “memory island” of Gorée harbors a dark past; between the 15th and 19th centuries, this UNESCO Site was the African coast’s largest slave-trading center. Some 20 million Africans were brought here, leaving only through the island’s “Door of No Return.” Small slave boats ferried them to trans-Atlantic ships, never to return to their homeland. The Maison des Esclaves ("Slave House") where they were held beginning in 1786, is now a museum, with exhibits and displays of slavery artifacts.

Cruise Itinerary
Date Activity Arrive Depart
03/01/19 Miami
04/01/19 At sea - -
05/01/19 At sea - -
06/01/19 San Juan, Puerto Rico
07/01/19 At sea - -
08/01/19 St Georges, Grenada
09/01/19 At sea - -
10/01/19 Ile du Salut
11/01/19 At sea - -
12/01/19 At sea - -
13/01/19 At sea - -
14/01/19 Recife, Brazil
15/01/19 At sea - -
16/01/19 Salvador de Bahia, Brazil
17/01/19 At sea - -
18/01/19 Armacao dos Buzio, Brazil
19/01/19 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
20/01/19 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
21/01/19 At sea - -
22/01/19 At sea - -
23/01/19 Montevideo, Uruguay
24/01/19 Buenos Aires, Argentina
25/01/19 Buenos Aires, Argentina
26/01/19 Punta del Este, Uruguay
27/01/19 At sea - -
28/01/19 At sea - -
29/01/19 Port Stanley, Falkland Islands
30/01/19 Port Stanley, Falkland Islands
31/01/19 At sea - -
01/02/19 Ushuaia, Argentina
02/02/19 Beagle Channel Chile
03/02/19 Straits Of Magellan, Chile
04/02/19 Punta Arenas, Chile
05/02/19 Chilean Fjords
06/02/19 Chilean Fjords
07/02/19 Puerto Chacabuco, Chile
08/02/19 At sea - -
09/02/19 Puerto Montt, Chile
10/02/19 At sea - -
11/02/19 Valparaiso (Santiago), Chile
12/02/19 Valparaiso (Santiago), Chile
13/02/19 At sea - -
14/02/19 Robinson Crusoe Island, Chile
15/02/19 At sea - -
16/02/19 At sea - -
17/02/19 At sea - -
18/02/19 At sea - -
19/02/19 Easter Island (Hanga Roa), Chile
20/02/19 At sea - -
21/02/19 At sea - -
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24/02/19 At sea - -
25/02/19 At sea - -
26/02/19 Papeete, Tahiti
27/02/19 Bora Bora, French Polynesia
28/02/19 At sea - -
01/03/19 At sea - -
02/03/19 Date Line Crossing
03/03/19 At sea - -
04/03/19 At sea - -
05/03/19 At sea - -
06/03/19 Bay of Islands, New Zealand
07/03/19 Auckland, New Zealand
08/03/19 Auckland, New Zealand
09/03/19 At sea - -
10/03/19 Wellington, New Zealand
11/03/19 At sea - -
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14/03/19 At sea - -
15/03/19 Sydney, NSW, Australia
16/03/19 Sydney, NSW, Australia
17/03/19 Sydney, NSW, Australia
18/03/19 At sea - -
19/03/19 Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
20/03/19 At sea - -
21/03/19 Melbourne, VIC, Australia
22/03/19 At sea - -
23/03/19 Adelaide, South Australia
24/03/19 At sea - -
25/03/19 At sea - -
26/03/19 Albany, Western Australia
27/03/19 Perth (Fremantle), WA Australia
28/03/19 Perth (Fremantle), WA Australia
29/03/19 At sea - -
30/03/19 At sea - -
31/03/19 At sea - -
01/04/19 At sea - -
02/04/19 At sea - -
03/04/19 At sea - -
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06/04/19 Port Louis, Mauritius
07/04/19 At sea - -
08/04/19 Fort Dauphine (Tolagnaro), Madagascar
09/04/19 At sea - -
10/04/19 At sea - -
11/04/19 Maputo, Mozambique
12/04/19 Durban, South Africa
13/04/19 Durban, South Africa
14/04/19 Durban, South Africa
15/04/19 East London, South Africa
16/04/19 Port Elizabeth South Africa
17/04/19 At sea - -
18/04/19 Cape Town, South Africa
19/04/19 Cape Town, South Africa
20/04/19 At sea - -
21/04/19 Luederitz, Southern Namibia
22/04/19 Walvis Bay, Namibia
23/04/19 At sea - -
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25/04/19 At sea - -
26/04/19 At sea - -
27/04/19 At sea - -
28/04/19 At sea - -
29/04/19 At sea - -
30/04/19 Dakar, Senegal
01/05/19 At sea - -
02/05/19 At sea - -
03/05/19 Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands
04/05/19 At sea - -
05/05/19 Casablanca, Morocco
06/05/19 At sea - -
07/05/19 Vigo, Spain
08/05/19 At sea - -
09/05/19 At sea - -
10/05/19 Greenwich, England
11/05/19 Greenwich, England
Itinerary may vary by sailing date and itineraries may be changed at the cruise lines discretion. Please check itinerary details at time of booking and before booking other travel services such as airline tickets.

Available Sailing Dates