Viking Sigyn Review

Excellent cruise, but some covid scares

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2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: May 2022

The only really negative thing about this cruise was the small covid epidemic onboard. As of day 3 or 4 we had 10 cases, at which point there was no more testing (they only test for the first 3 days) until we returned to the US. Day 4 and onward got a little bit socially strained with 6 people per table for dinner. This isn't Viking's fault, but the communication could have been much better as far as how the cases were being handled, i.e., what exactly was going to happen to you if you got it.

While the entertainment was generally decent, they had one speaker that talked about life as a German. It was really informative, and the question and answer session was equally good. I wish there had been something like this every day, to me that was actual cultural enrichment, much more so than all the other talks.

Food on the ship was better than expected, very high quality and excellent preparation / service.

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