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Viking Line reveals Viking Glory to have Baltic’s first rotating private dining room

The shipping company Viking Line is now building one of the world’s most climate-smart vessels, Viking Glory.

The vessel, to provide daily service on the Turku-Mariehamn-Stockholm route starting in early 2022, will offer tp levek cruise experiences.

It was announced in September that Viking Glory will be the first on the Baltic Sea with Fyren, a glazed-in private dining room with a rotating table and outstanding views.

Viking Glory, which will depart each morning from Turku for Stockholm, offers innovations in both environmental technology and the passenger experience.

The vessel can handle 2,800 passengers and will have a total of six different restaurants based on passengers’ preferences and needs.

The interiors of Viking Glory are being furnished in partnership with the Swedish architect firm Koncept, with the underlying theme being to open up the unique Baltic Sea environment to everyone on board.

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