A Viking stream journey transport traveling north up the Mississippi Waterway can't complete its journey due to low water levels, as indicated by an explanation from the organization on Thursday.

"Uncommonly low water levels along the Mississippi Stream have made segments of the stream be shut, influencing all northward and southward transportation traffic," the assertion said.

"The terminations have created setbacks that will keep the Viking Mississippi from finishing the cruising in progress and from arriving at St. Paul [Minnesota] for her next planned takeoff on October 15," the assertion said.

The journey line said visitors have been advised of the issue, however they didn't give subtleties on the number of travelers that have been impacted.

The Viking Mississippi can hold up to 386 visitors and was worked in 2022, as per the organization's site. Viking was publicizing a 15-road trip in October from St. Paul to New Orleans beginning at $12,999.