Viking Ingvi Overview

Step aboard the graceful Viking Ingvi. Unpack once and enjoy the quiet elegance of this floating hotel as you cruise Europe's legendary rivers, experiencing the culture and customs of wondrous cities and towns along the way. Begin the day with a delicious breakfast in the panoramic-view restaurant with floor-to-ceiling windows; embark on a guided walk, take an excursion, or simply explore on your own. Savor a glass of wine on the Aquavit Terrace while sharing stories with newfound friends, or just relax on the Sun Deck while the world floats peacefully by.

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Viking Ingvi Ship Stats

  • Total Passengers: 190
  • Total Crew: 45
  • Crew to Passenger Ratio: 4.22
  • Number of Decks: 4
  • Total Cabins: 0
  • Cabin Categories: 8
  • Length: 443

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Oceanview Cabin Oceanview
(1 Review)
Avg. Size: 143 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $403 per night
Balcony Balcony
(2 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 205 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $506 per night
Suite Cabin Suite
Avg. Size: 360 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $776 per night

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6 Viking Ingvi Reviews

Prague, then Passau to Budapest - March/April 2019 by epinorth

Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

Viking still does it right. The cruise from Passau to Budapest (plus the pre-cruise stay in Prague - highly recommended) was on a well-appointed clean ship, with attentive and pleasant staff. The river itself is picturesque (coming into Budapest at night is amazing), and many of the stops have interesting old architecture and interesting history (from the Habsburg Empire era, WWII, communists, and now democracy). All in all, both relaxing and informative.

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Rhine - South to North by williamgcarter

Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

Viking is definitely a cut above the rest in the cruising industry. Great people, and very attentive. This choice of river fit us perfectly. I would highly recommend this vacation to anybody interested in Europe, culture, and history.

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Customer Service Sailed Down the River by 4scottv72984459

Sail Date: / Traveled As: Large Group

This was our third cruise with Viking in as many years.  It was by far our worst.  The customer service and special touches have all but disappeared and even if you ask for help or voice a complaint, don't expect someone to step up and help you out with it.  Flights delayed or cancelled:  sorry, you are going to have to go to the airline and figure it out yourself.  Then what was the point of booking through and having insurance?  Especially when they tell you "don't worry, your cruise really doesn't leave till the next day so you won't miss it, you will only miss the first day of your vacation".  Yeah, but we signed up and paid for a 10 day trip and not a 9 day trip and we also signed up for insurance to help us with things like "cancelled or delayed flights".  It should not have been solely up to me to make sure that the four of us travelling on this trip got new seats on a flight that was delayed by four hours so that we would not have made our connections -- you are the travel agents that booked our travel -- you are the ones that gladly took our money for travel insurance -- you are the ones that "experts" in the travel industry.  We should not have had to fend for ourselves or have been told that missing a day of our vacation or spending the night in an airport wasn't a "big deal".  

The Viking Cruiseline has changed too.  What happened to the robes in the rooms, the moist towels/snacks/drinks upon return from an excursion, the blankets on the upper deck during cooler days, the binoculars that they used to hand out during day cruising, the towel animals on the beds, the occasional complementary drinks, the quality of the personal toiletries, even the number of hangers in your closet has gone down???  Here is a quick example of the customer service from the Food and Beverage Director, Mr Cruz:  party of 8 whom traveled together wanting to sit together on the last night.  normal table was taken -- no reservations which I get -- would not allow two more seats to be added to a 6 top table so we were told to move upstairs and that "things would be taken care of" -- we get upstairs and the only offering was seafood -- we had one in our party that was allergic to shrimp and didn't care for salmon -- was again told that "things would be taken care of" -- waitress comes back with 4 small pieces of lamb on a plate-nothing else-just 4 small pieces of lamb saying "this is all I could get from the kitchen".  what happened to all the other food that was being served directly below us about 10 stairs away?  Didn't they make enough of the main course and the other options to feed everyone?  We were literally the only ones upstairs.  What happened to Mr Cruz's word that "things will be taken care of"?  When Mr. Cruz did finally come back around I asked him why there was only seafood options on the upstairs menu.  He told me "there are other options".  I asked him to find me one on the menu.  He could not find anything that didn't have seafood as a part of it.  Instead of admitting fault Mr Cruz began to explain that food downstairs couldn't be served upstairs and that the downstairs was moving toward the desert course and that we could not be seated down there and the food could not be brought upstairs.  This was a totally different story than we were told by him when we were all looking for seats downstairs.  If you can bring up four small pieces of lamb, why couldn't you bring up more from the main dining room menu when the kitchen is directly below and we are the only ones there?  Rules vs customer service?  Especially when you suggested that you would work it out for us.  

There were lots of things missing from this cruise that we didn't have in the past.  Even the friendliness of the cruise directors.  A couple of saving graces from a staffing perspective were the room attendant, the bartender and Michael.  

Had several days where there were little or no localized food and beverage options.  We were in some of the greatest beer making areas of the world with only one thing to pick from and it was the same for almost all of the trip.  Some days didn't feature a single localized meal on the menu -- app, main or dessert.  Very depressing.  

On the cruise side, the newly offered e-bike was an amazing new adventure that we greatly appreciated.  

If I had it to do all over again, I wouldn't.  I was incredibly disappointed by the insurance, the assistance, the staff and the amenities from the first cruise to this one and by a cruiseline that claims to be the best at customer service and the personal touches that make it #1.

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2 Viking Ingvi Tips

Apr 28, 2016

Be prepared for a wonderful experience. On this Eastern European tour these formerly Communist countries are an especially interesting part of Europe that aren't so touristy, and have beautiful scenery & architecture with wonderful, friendly people who show inspiring resiliency.

Oct 28, 2018

Avoid October due to low water levels. It is at the lowest time of year for mountain runoff.


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