Viking Lomonosov is a traditional cruising vessel which travels along the Dnieper River through the heart of Ukraine. Constructed at the famous Boizenburg Shipyard on the Elbe River in Germany, Viking Lomonosov is part of the 22-ship “301” series, the largest and most luxurious ships in Russia at the time. Viking Lomonosov was fully refurbished in 2003, and refitted for the 2011 sailing season to offer additional deluxe staterooms on the Middle Deck.
- 102 comfortable outside staterooms (29 deluxe, 69 standard, 4 single)
- Sun deck with 360-degree views
- Two restaurants
- Onboard boutique
- Internet stations
- Laundry service
- Walk-around, open air promenade decks
- Hairdresser and doctor on board
- Birthday and anniversary policy – cake served in the restaurant or a bottle of champagne placed in stateroom
Questions & Answers
What are fellow passengers typically like on Viking Lomonosov?
Like-minded travelling companions many of whom have travelled with Viking before. Passengers are generally well travelled.
Passengers are looking for a more intimate holiday experience with the emphasis on relaxation in a comfortable environment. (age profile 50+ depending on the cruise)
Life on board Viking Lomonosov
What type of meals do you offer?
An extensive full buffet breakfast with hot and cold choices; a three course lunch in the dining room or lighter lunch served in the lounge bar; and five course evening meal. The emphasis is on international cuisine based on fresh and seasonal produce.
Does Viking Lomonosov cater to vegetarians and special diets?
Yes, provided the UK office is advised in advance and the maitre d’ informed when on board.
What are the dress codes onboard Viking Lomonosov?
During the day, casual with the emphasis on comfort as guests may be walking around towns and villages on their excursions. Sensible shoes, a raincoat and layers! In the evening, it’s smart casual – open neck shirts, slacks and dresses. Captain’s welcome is more dressy but not formal, men generally wear a jacket.
How should I tip on board staff?
Tipping is not included in the holiday price, they are a personal way to show satisfaction and good service and always appreciated. The suggested amount is the equivalent of 10 euros a day which is then split among all shipboard staff. Additional tipping is at the discretion of the guest.
What entertainment is on board Viking Lomonosov?
Entertainment is low key. There is often an on board pianist and depending on the itinerary, local groups may visit the ship to perform. During the day talks there’s a programme of ‘Old World Highlights’ which is activities related to the region such as wine tasting, porcelain demonstration, strudel making etc, there’s also a Culture Curriculum with talks relevant to the cruise.
What is inclusive of the price of booking, and what would I need pay extra for?
Return travel to the point of embarkation and disembarkation, full board accommodation as detailed in the brochure, transfers, all port and airport taxes, and a full programme of escorted tours, wine with dinner, tea and coffee are available all day.
How can I stay in touch with friends and family?
Internet is available.
Are hair-dryers provided in the cabins of Viking Lomonosov?
What electrical voltage is offered on board Viking Lomonosov?
On board electricity is 220v with European style sockets. Bring an adaptor or converter to use personal electric items.
What is your smoking policy?
Smoking is not permitted indoors on Viking Lomonosov.
Do your cabins have soap, shampoo, and conditioner?