The Viklings have a new recruit

The Viklings have a new recruit!

Children who travel with NorthLink Ferries during Spring / Summer 2015 have been asked to draw a new Vikling recruit – and they’ve done a fantastic job so far! Take a look below to see for yourself, and check back here soon for more brilliant drawings!

A fantastic dragon called Volderdash - a very fitting nameA fantastic dragon called Volderdash – a very fitting name

We think Sophies Vikling looks very friendlyWe think Sophies Vikling looks very friendly

We love this wonderfully colourful recruitWe love this wonderfully colourful recruit

We love this fun seal from AstridWe love this fun seal from Astrid

We love Saskias Vikling on the high seasWe love Saskias Vikling on the high seas

This vikling looks ready for battleThis vikling looks ready for battle

This is Ronald the Vikling - he looks very braveThis is Ronald the Vikling – he looks very brave

One cool dude with a touch of fierceOne cool dude with a touch of fierce

Olivia's Vikling is wonderfully creativeOlivia’s Vikling is wonderfully creative

A wonderfully mystical dragon from DaynaA wonderfully mystical dragon from Dayna

New Vikling RecruitWe love this black-bearded fellow and his colourful boat (especially the fierce bitey Figurehead!)

New Vikling RecruitThis is a very colourful Viking girl – we like her pigtails!

New Vikling RecruitAn amazing sea monster is a very handy addition to a Vikling team!

New Vikling RecruitThis recruit is wearing some very realistic Viking clothes – we love it!

New Vikling RecruitMore realistic clothes for this Vikling recruit – what does he keep in that pocket?

New Vikling RecruitA very friendly looking new member to the Vikling ship!

New Vikling RecruitThis Vikling recruit looks ready for battle – thank you Jan!

New Vikling RecruitWe really like this fellow’s ginger beard, Robbie!

New Vikling RecruitThis red girl Vikling could win a fashion contest!

New Vikling RecruitA mouse could help the Viklings invade places they previously couldn’t reach!

New Vikling RecruitWe love this spotty dog – a great new Vikling recruit!

New Vikling RecruitA very scary girl monster, Violet, we love it!

New Vikling RecruitThis Joker would bring some fun into the Vikling crew James – thank you!

New Vikling RecruitWe love this colourful Vikling recruit Freya – it made us smile!

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