Viking Line accepts the carriage of pet animals.
The pet is charged as an additional passenger at an additional charge that is currently $11.00 each way.
Service animals are transported at no charge.
Onboard the pets are requested to remain on open decks if the weather is favorable.
Are dogs allowed on Viking River Cruises?
Pets are allowed on regular trips (except Viking Cinderella), but not cruises.
Are there any cruises that are pet friendly?
When it comes to cruise ships that allow pets, there’s only one: Cunard’s Queen Mary 2. On certain transatlantic sailings — those between New York and Southampton, either direction — you can bring your dog or cat, but that doesn’t mean your fuzzy family members will be able to snuggle with you in your cabin.
Is there a dress code on Viking River Cruises?
There are no formal nights on Viking so there’s no need for long dresses for women or dinner jackets for men (even neckties are discretionary). Instead the dress code is “elegant casual,” which can mean anything from a sundress in the Caribbean—to slacks and a blouse for women cruising in colder climates.
Can you take an emotional support dog on a cruise?
Emotional support animals, which provide emotional support, well-being, comfort, or companionship to an individual with disabilities but are not trained to do work or perform tasks, are not considered to be service animals. Pets and other animals who are not service animals are not allowed on board the Ship.