Viking Ullur

Viking Ullur

Cruises on board the Viking Ullur

Go for the Viking Ullur for some of most comfortable river cruise experiences out there. The ship showcases innovative engineering, streamlined design and understated elegance. The Viking Ullur will take you along the Rhine and the Danube.


  • Ship length
    135 m
  • Passengers
  • Decks
  • Launched

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Decks and Cabins

Viking Ullur deck plan

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Viking Ullur Sun Deck

Viking Ullur cabins

Outside Cabin
Balcony Cabin
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Deck Location : Deck 1
Occupancy : 2
  • Television, radio, telephone
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Premium bathroom amenities
  • Spacious wardrobe
  • Safe
  • Bathroom with shower and hair dryer
  • Air conditioning
Cabin size : 13 m²

Viking Ullur cabins

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Outside Cabin

Balcony Cabin

Suite Cabin

Ship Information


The Viking Ullur offers a choice of cabin category, from spacious Veranda and French Balcony Cabins with a sliding glass door, to two-room Veranda Suites, each offers understated elegance and sweeping river views. The exquisite Explorer Suites boast wraparound verandas providing 270° views.

Food & Drink

Enjoy the breathtaking scenery through the Restaurant’s panoramic windows as you dine on regional specialties and contemporary cuisine. The atmosphere is casual yet elegant. The Aquavit Terrace is perfect for having a casual meal al fresco, meeting friends or reading a book. Looking for somewhere that's lively and inviting to have a drink and a catch up with fellow passengers? The Bar is the place for you.


Whether you're looking to take in some sun, read a book or enjoy a walk with stunning views, the Viking Ullur will cater to you. With a fully equipped library on board you can feed your inner book worm. The bar and restaurant with their beautiful panoramic views are the perfect places to unwind.

Ship data:

  • In service: 2019
  • Length: 135m
  • Number of decks: 4
  • Number of passengers: 190