Viking Line’s new flagship, Viking Glory, which will launch service in early 2022 on the Turku–Åland–Stockholm route, will have a Finnish flag.
The innovative rotor sail technology developed by the Finland-based clean tech company Norsepower has been tested at Viking Line for three years.
Due to vicious storm winds, Vessel Viking Grace was grounded with 429 crew and passenger in the Aland Islands, between Sweden and Finland.
ABB Marine & Ports’ latest shore connection technology is ensuring that calls by the passenger ferry Viking XPRS at Estonia’s Port of Tallinn are made quietly, efficiently, and emissions-free.
On Sunday afternoon Amorella, a passenger ferry operated by Viking Line, carrying 208 passengers and 74 crew members and en route to Stockholm from Turku, ran aground in the Aland archipelago.
Starting May 14 Viking Line will open up passenger service again for essential traffic. Essential traffic includes travel for work and other travel defined by the authorities.
Thanks to its advanced solutions and technical innovations, M/S Viking Glory will be one of the most climate-smart passenger ships in the world.
AecorLink AB, a company in the forefront in providing vessels with high capacity internet, announced today that the company has been awarded a communication contract with Viking Line.
Norsepower Oy Ltd. announced that independent test results showed that Norsepower’s Rotor Sail technology has great potential to deliver savings on the Viking Line-owned and operated M/S Viking Grace.