Today Tuesday 29 March 2022
Our Safety Boats working with DLRCC and Viking Venus ,Its beautiful to see this new Cruise Liner Viking Venus arrive in Dublin Bay for a Day Visit, with approximately 800 passengers visiting our shores .
With a gross tonnage of about 47,800t, Viking Venus will accommodate 930 guests across 465 staterooms. It will have a length of 745ft and a beam of 94.5ft.The cruise ship will be equipped with advanced safety systems including the Safe Return to Port (SRtP) feature, in accordance with the latest navigation regulations. The SRtP system is a critical feature that allows passenger ships to remain operational for at least three hours in order to either make a safe return to port or evacuate the ship in case of an accident.
Viking Venus will be powered by energy-efficient engines, offering a maximum speed of 20k. The ship hydrodynamics and hull are optimized to reduce fuel consumption. It is also equipped with systems that minimize pollution by exhaust gases.
Facilities on board
The Viking Venus vessel has a total of nine decks with the first deck featuring the spa, the Viking living room, Viking bar, guest services, and fitness centre.
The deck two will feature the restaurant, atrium, theatre, two cinemas, shops, wraparound promenade and a bar. The staterooms will be located across decks three to six. The sixth deck will also house navigational bridge.
The seventh deck will include a café, an aquavit terrace, an infinity pool and two hot tubs along with the main pool, which features a retractable roof, pool bar, and pool grill. The wintergarden, explorers’ lounge, deluxe veranda, Mamsen’s dining, and the Owner’s suite will also be part of the deck.
The deck eight will include penthouse suites and deluxe veranda suites, as well as the explorers’ lounge, while the ninth and top deck will be dedicated for sports activities.