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This photo provided by Viking shows the Viking Mississippi at Edison Chouest Offshore's LaShip shipyard in Houma, La., on March 7, 2022.  The Swiss company’s cruises along the length of the Mississippi River are a step closer to reality — its new 386-passenger ship has touched water for the first time. Viking River Cruises of Basel, which announced plans for Mississippi River cruises in 2015, celebrated the “float out” of the Viking Mississippi on Monday, March 7, at Edison Chouest Offshore’s LaShip shipyard in Houma. (Viking via AP)

This photo provided by Viking shows the Viking Mississippi at Edison Chouest Offshore's LaShip shipyard in Houma, La., on March 7, 2022. The Swiss company’s cruises along the length of the Mississippi River are a step closer to reality — its new 386-passenger ship has touched water for the first time. Viking River Cruises of Basel, which announced plans for Mississippi River cruises in 2015, celebrated the “float out” of the Viking Mississippi on Monday, March 7, at Edison Chouest Offshore’s LaShip shipyard in Houma. (Viking via AP)

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