Meetings that inspire

Viking Glory’s brand-new conference facilities are something special — we promise. Small meetings, large meeting — there are 14 flexible conference rooms here that can be adapted to your needs. All in all, nearly 400 people can be accommodated. Enormous panoramic windows always give the archipelago pride of place. And when the conference day is at an end, entertainment, restaurants, the spa and cabins — all absolutely top-notch facilities — are close by.

Stylish and inspiring setting

  • Enormous panoramic windows with spectacular views
  • Spaces for large and small groups, for relaxed and traditional meetings
  • 14 rooms that can be combined as needed
  • Auditorium with floor-to-ceiling screens, for up to 250 people
  • Cutting-edge technological solutions
  • LED screens in all group venues on board
  • Undisturbed location on Deck 9
  • Conference refreshment facilities for tasty breaks
  • Meeting venues also available outside the conference area
  • Activities, entertainment, restaurants and cabins just a lift away

Customized for you!

Let your meeting continue outside the conference area. There are four separate venues on board that can be booked for groups:

  • Restaurant, annex (56 people)
  • Vista Lounge (100 people)
  • Algoth’s — the king of the bootlegger’s bar (40 people)
  • VIP room with the best view (12 people sitting, 26 people for cocktails)

We would be happy to help specially compose a programme with activities, entertainment, food and beverages just for your group.

Have a conference in the archipelago — both literally and figuratively

At Viking Glory, nothing has come about by chance. All the conference rooms have been named after lighthouses, islands and other sites in the waters plied by the vessel.

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Are you curious about the stories behind the names?


The island of Ruissalo, with its beautiful nature, is just outside the city of Turku – a popular recreation area with lovely 19th century villas and large, lush oak groves.

Kobba Klintar

When you get a glimpse of the old pilot station with its white pyramid-shaped landmark, you know you’ve arrived at Mariehamn. Many sailors were said to burst into tears of joy when they caught sight of Kobba Klintar after treacherous journeys at sea.


A large, sparkling bay in the beautiful Turku archipelago. The traffic of small boats is lively here since the navigable routes to the ports of Turku and Naantali go via this inlet.

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