Viking will be previewing their new cruise ships and itineraries for the Nile River on Viking.TV this week.
Every day, Viking releases new livestreams as they allow you to explore the world from the comfort of your home during the current cruise shutdown.
Each session begins each day at 11:00am PST / 2:00pm EST. Content is also taped and available to view the following day on Viking.TV. This week’s schedule is as follows:
Monday, March 1 – Join Viking for a special look at Highclere Castle’s Egyptian Collection with the 8th Earl of Carnarvon. Lord Carnarvon will tell us more about the history and artifacts at the castle today.
Tuesday, March 2 – Resident Historian Tuesdays – Viking Resident Historian, Dr. Michael Fuller, will share his lecture “History of Egypt,” exploring the legacies over the millennia, from pharaohs to modern presidents.
Wednesday, March 3 – Wanderlust Wednesdays – Learn more about Viking offerings in Egypt including new ships Viking Osiris and Viking Aton from ship architect, Richard Riveire. Viewers will also learn more about the itinerary, Pharaohs & Pyramids.
Thursday, March 4 – Guest Speaker Thursdays – Anne Diamond will be joined by artist, Katrina Vrebalovich, who is deeply inspired by Egypt and its people. Katrina will show some of her work during the discussion with Anne.
Friday, March 5 – At Home Fridays…in Cairo – Locals and Viking guides will show you around the city including a glimpse of local life and the pyramids.
Saturday, March 6 – Mind and body with Mona Therese
Sunday, March 7 – Sissel Sundays – This week, Sissel will perform “Ebbe Tide,” “Surrender” and “September Song.”
Viking was founded in 1997 and provides destination-focused journeys on rivers, oceans and lakes around the world. Designed for experienced travelers with interests in science, history, culture and cuisine, Chairman Torstein Hagen often says Viking offers guests “the thinking person’s cruise” in contrast to mainstream cruises.