Viking (disambiguation)

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The Vikings were seafaring Scandinavians engaged in exploring, raiding and trading in waters and lands outside of Scandinavia from the eighth to eleventh centuries.

Viking or Vikings may also refer to:

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Land vehicles[edit]

  • Viking (automobile), manufactured by Oldsmobile from 1929 to 1931
  • BvS 10, an all-terrain armoured vehicle called Viking by the British Armed Forces

Ships[edit]

  • HMS Viking, several British Royal Navy ships
  • USS Viking, various United States Navy ships
  • HNoMS Viking (1891), a Royal Norwegian Navy gunboat
  • Viking class submarine, a planned but canceled European submarine class
  • HSC Viking, a fastcraft in the Isle of Man Steam Packet fleet
  • SS Viking, a steam-powered sealing ship used to film The Viking (1931 film)
  • Viking (barque), a Danish sailing ship, now used as a hotel
  • Viking (ship), a Norwegian replica of a Viking ship
  • Viking Line, a Finnish ferry and cruise operator, and its ships:
    • MS Viking 1, MS Viking 3 and MS Viking 4, nearly identical ferry ships, and MS Viking 5, an enlarged version of the same design
    • MS Viking XPRS, a Viking Line fast cruise ferry
    • MS Viking ADCC, a planned but canceled Viking Line ferry
    • Viking, a passenger ferry built in 1905, later renamed HMS Vindex

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