M/S Viking Grace
The M/S Viking Grace is the latest hot spot on the Baltic Sea, which was immediately referred to as the “design ship” owing to its architectural blend of trendy retro and pure elegance. The 12 conference spaces also showcase innovation. All the conference rooms have a view of the archipelago and are well-presented, featuring Scandinavian design. The spaces are flexible; the large auditorium can be divided into three separate spaces and the seven smaller conference rooms have openable partition walls so they can be made larger.
The spaces are equipped with top-class technology. For example, it is possible to display images and play sound in several rooms at the same time, as well as transferring images and sound between different locations on the ship.
M/S Viking Grace operates on the Stockholm – Åland – Turku route, departing from Stockholm every morning and from Turku every evening.
1051 cabins, 48 luxury cabins and 4 suites, making a total of 2876 beds on board.
Number of conference rooms: 12
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- loudspeaker in the ceiling
- LCD screen
- integrated whiteboard
- optional microphone
Standard equipment, auditorium:
- wireless microphone
- projector and screen
- video camera
- PC projector
- It is possible to show images and play sound in several conference rooms at the same time. This also includes certain restaurants. You can even send images and sound from Vogue to the conference.
- Document camera
- Digital room signs show the name of the group and its logo. If the client wishes to have other content on these signs, they must contact the conference section in good time.
- The conference section accommodates a total of 467 people.
The M/S Viking Grace provides the latest in terms of design, combined with top-class food and service. The à-la-carte restaurant Oscar provides fine dining, an extensive selection from its wine cellar and a panoramic view of the sea and archipelago. The champagne bar Seamore is right next door. At Restaurang Frank’s each person can choose their favourite from the various open kitchens – Pasta, Pizza, Salad, Steak or Nordic. The largest restaurant on board is the Aurora, which serves both a traditional smorgasbord and international dishes.
Most of the Baltic Sea’s brands are available in the 1600-square-metre duty-free shop on board, as well as a luxurious spa section with a herb sauna, snow dugout and panoramic view.