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Since its debut, the second-generation 58 Convertible has received a plethora of five-star reviews from journalists, Viking dealers and captains who’ve raved about her bone-dry ride, nimble handling, large Cockpit, free-flowing spacious interior and a host of other attributes. And as the first owners began to take delivery, word was spreading throughout sportfishing ports around the globe that the Viking Yacht Company has delivered yet another blue water champion destined for greatness.

The Viking Yacht Company sold more than 110 of its first-generation 58 Convertible from 1991 to 2000, helping build the New Gretna, New Jersey, company into a sportfishing powerhouse. “It was our largest boat at the time and a major milestone for us,” says Viking's President Pat Healey. Eighteen years later, Viking’s “Generation II” 58 Convertible is once again leaving the competition in its wake and staking its claim as not only a tournament champion but the best high-performance family cruising yacht in its class.

Fishermen and cruisers alike are always hungry for new designs, new ideas and innovation—and Viking has been ringing the dinner bell since 1964. “We are not taking old concepts and knocking the cobwebs off of them,” says Pat. “Our Generation II 58 and all of our boats are new designs.”

Viking's new 58 Convertible builds on the success of the Generation I 58, but its pedigree also includes two generations of the 55 Convertible. The latest 55 has dominated the mid-50-foot range since 2012, while the iconic first-generation of the 55 Convertible stands out as one the most important boats in Viking’s storied history.

“Our design, engineering, boatbuilding and tournament experiences over the past 18 years evolved into the 58 that we have today,” says Pat.

The 58 Convertible is longer than Viking's most recent 55 Convertible, but maintains the same 17’ 9” beam. “We believe we have optimized the length-to-beam ratio, giving the 58 Convertible an enhanced ride and additional interior volume,” says Viking Design Manager David Wilson. “This boat can run faster in the same sea conditions because the bottom is softer, more refined and efficient.”

The underbody Hull form allows the 58 Convertible, despite its greater size, to achieve the same top speed as the 55 Convertible, and with more efficient 10-cylinder engines.

The performance of the new 58 Convertible has been its most lauded attribute so far. The boat has exhibited an incredible ability to keep spray down, running clean with its molded strakes guiding the water to break just aft of the house windshield. These performance attributes are due, in part, to the aggressive positioning of the strakes as well as their downturned angle and radiused shape.

“It’s more than just the strakes, though,” says Dave. “Other critical factors include the speed and balance of the boat; its center of gravity; trim and shaft angle; and engine installation. All of these elements were scrutinized from the previous models and adjusted over the years. This is what we do—build a better boat every day.”

All areas benefit from the 58 Convertible’s larger size, particularly the Cockpit and the Salon. The 58 Convertible’s Cockpit is 14 square feet larger than the 55 Convertible’s while still providing a full-featured Mezzanine with a shaded seating area and beautifully upholstered cushions; freezer, cooler, bait and tackle storage; and engine access.

The main difference in the interior layout of these two boats is that the Galley-and-dinette arrangement has been reversed. The 58’s Galley is on the port side, while the dinette takes the starboard position. The result: a more streamlined layout with a convenient Companionway that extends in a straight line from the starboard-side Salon door all the way to the forepeak. Below, the Master Stateroom is now on the port side with an athwartships bed that allows for increased walkaround and hanging locker space.

Ideal for the owner / operator or the owner who wants to utilize a part-time crew, the 58 Convertible benefits from Viking’s industry-leading engineering and technological advancements without sacrificing ease of operation, maintenance and access to operational systems. Viking's design, engineering and manufacturing teams scrutinized every material and method used to build the boat and each and every system to come away with a lean, efficient and operator-friendly sportfishing yacht. “We were determined to keep weight down,” says David. “When it comes to speed and performance, every pound counts.”

Efficiency can be seen in every area throughout the boat, including the mechanical systems in the Engine Room and Lazarette. While two generators are offered, the standard 21.5 kW unit delivers more than enough power for everyday uses. That same engineering flexibility exists for gyro stabilization. Although Viking offer's both the Seakeeper SK 16 and Seakeeper SK 9, the latter provides a very high level of stability.

Control of the electrical systems is easily managed, with conveniently located distribution panels in the Salon and Galley equipped with simple-to-use and clearly labeled conventional switches. Below the water, a series of dedicated pumps for the air conditioning, live wells, washdown and other seawater-fed components have been designed, engineered and installed for durability and longevity.

At 165 square feet, the 58 Convertible’s Cockpit is the largest in its class—a full 12 square feet bigger than its closest competitor. All of the Cockpit’s lids open and close via stainless steel gas pistons. Their undersides are rimmed with thick gasketing, and deep gutters around the hatch openings ensure quick drainage. The centerline Lazarette houses the Seakeeper and provides access to the steering and drain pumps in the Snow White awlgripped bilge. The starboard-side full-length fish box is insulated and removable, while the port side contains two in-deck storage boxes. The forward unit can be rigged as a live well.

The Cockpit sole is built with a laminated mounting plate for fighting chair, rocket launcher or table installations. Standard Cockpit equipment includes flush-mounted rod holders; a side locker for gaffs; a walk-through transom door with lift gate; rounded coamings and toe kick space for comfort and balance; and fresh and seawater wash downs.

A comfortable place to take in the action without interfering with the anglers, the Observation Mezzanine has Sunbrella covered cushions with an armrest that holds a pair of drink holders. The port-side seating has an underneath freezer with cooler space on the step below. The centerline seating provides access to the Engine Room; there’s also a refrigerated drink box undermounted in the step leading to the Salon. On the starboard side, you have a tackle cabinet with a push-release door and drawers, as well as an insulated storage box in the step below.

A one-piece anodized aluminum ladder leads to the Flybridge. Powder-coated aluminum handrails are conveniently located above the ladder and at the Helm. The Flybridge’s extended overhang, closed in by an anodized aluminum aft railing, gives you extra room behind the Helm and companion seats.

The Flybridge features a new design for the Center Console walk-around Helm, with a more radiused shape that gives it a sleek look but also maximizes space. A stainless steel steering wheel and single-lever controls are mounted on a raised teak Helm pod. Dual recessed radio boxes with standard hinged split lids flank the wheel. Recessed electronics are installed in the upper Console, easily viewable and protected from the elements by acrylic fitted lids with gaskets and stainless steel gas pistons.

Atlantic Marine Electronics and Palm Beach Towers, both Viking subsidiaries, provide custom electronics and tower installations. An optional powered drop-down hardtop box can hold even more electronics.

Guests have their choice of port and starboard lounges, a two-person forward Console seat and an aft-facing jump seat on the starboard side. A freezer and a refrigerated drink box are conveniently located in the port and starboard forward corners. A Costa Clear enclosure provides weather protection and gin-clear views.

Step inside the Salon and you immediately notice the spaciousness of the layout. Air conditioning registers are concealed behind the valances to reduce noise and drafts, while enhancing air flow.

High-gloss teak or walnut are offered for the 58 Convertible’s interior. A satin finish is an option. Privacy and comfort are the hallmarks of every Viking yacht interior, and the Salon of the 58 Convertible brings these elements to the next level by providing three unique living and entertaining areas. After a day of patrolling the canyons for billfish and tuna, the port-side L-shaped lounge (with underneath storage), which faces the starboard-side HD TV that rises from the starboard-side cabinetry, is a wonderful place to relax and plan tomorrow’s adventures. A Hi-Lo Mappa Burl cocktail table is standard and adds versatility to the space.

Sub-Zero under-counter refrigeration makes it easy to make sandwiches or grab snacks while keeping an eye on the action in the Cockpit through the Salon’s aft window. The Galley counters and raised bar are topped with engineered stone that artfully complements the teak or walnut cabinetry and the Amtico flooring. The stainless-steel sink, microwave oven / convection oven and four-burner electric cooktop are nested for convenience and practicality. Storage is abundant throughout, and when it’s time to sit down for meals or to relax, the bar stools and starboard-side dinette accommodate a crowd with ease.

The Three-Stateroom, Two-Head Layout offers maximum flexibility for cruising as well as campaigning on the tournament trail. Air conditioning with reverse cycle heat and temperature control; wall-to-wall carpeting, overhead LED lights; decorative under-bed rope lighting; Handcraft innerspring mattresses with quilted designer bed spreads; and recessed stereo speakers are some of the comforts and conveniences found in all three Staterooms.

As you would expect from Viking, the Master Suite is especially spacious and elegant with an athwartship queen walk-around bed and upholstered headboard that faces an HD TV mounted on the inboard bulkhead. Storage includes a credenza, drawers under the bed, end tables, and his and her maple-lined hanging lockers.

The forward Guest Stateroom comes with either a single walkaround queen or crossover berths. An overhead Bomar foredeck hatch comes with the Ocean Air screen shade system. Rounding out the amenities are a spacious maple-lined hanging locker, reading lights, rope lighting behind the valances, and storage drawers and cabinets.

In the starboard Stateroom, you have side-by-side bunks, a maple-lined hanging locker with drawer storage underneath. An optional HD TV can be installed in both Guest Suites.

The Master and Guest Heads feature Amtico flooring, electric heads, engineered stone countertops and satin nickel hardware. There’s storage in the lower vanity, and the upper vanity includes a mirrored medicine cabinet with doors. The beautifully finished enclosed showers also have satin nickel fixtures and are equipped with a drain that leads to an automatic sump pump in the bilge.

Viking's building materials and methods maximize strength in an efficient build that reduces weight wherever possible. Their shipwrights use a modified epoxy resin in the hull skin. The hull is built with resin-infused end-grain balsa core, sandwiched with fiberglass and hybrid carbon-fiberglass fabrics. The integral fiberglass fuel and holding tanks are also resin infused with balsa coring on all sides for stiffness. The main and intermediate Engine Room bulkheads and the forward bulkheads are built in the same resin-infused process but with composite coring material.

A pair of MAN V12 1400CRM (1400 MHP) engines serve as the standard propulsion package. MAN V12 1550CRM (1550 MHP) and MAN V12 1900CRM (1900 MHP) engines as well as the new MTU 10V2000 M96L (1622 MHP) engines are optional. With the MTUs, the Viking 58 Convertible hits 42 knots at the top end and cruises at 36 knots, depending upon load, sea, hull bottom, propeller conditions and ambient temperatures. Range exceeds 400 nautical miles at cruise speed.

The 58 Convertible maintains Viking’s reputation for Engine Room excellence with top-shelf machinery and industry-leading design and engineering. Systems include Delta-T ventilation and water suppression; automatically or manually operated fire suppression tied into the main engine and generator ignitions; integrated engine mounting for efficient transfer of energy to the drive train; and oil changing. Of course, all of these systems are mounted with superb precision and attention to detail in an immaculate Engine Room painted with Snow White Awlgrip for visibility and ease of maintenance.

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MANUFACTURER: Viking

BOAT TYPE: Convertible Boats

MODEL: 58 Convertible

HULL MATERIAL: Fiberglass

YEAR: 2025

CATEGORY: Power

BEAM: 17.75 ft

LENGTH: 58 ft / 17.68 m

DRY WEIGHT: N/A

ENGINE 1

MAKE: MAN

MODEL: V12 1400CRM

FUEL: diesel

POWER: 1400 HP

TYPE: Inboard

HOURS: 5

LOCATION: N/A

DRIVE: Direct

PROPELLER TYPE: N/A

YEAR:

ENGINE 2

MAKE: MAN

MODEL: V12 1400CRM

FUEL: diesel

POWER: 1400 HP

TYPE: Inboard

HOURS: 5

LOCATION: N/A

DRIVE: Direct

PROPELLER TYPE: N/A

YEAR:

FUEL TANK CAPACITY: 1502 gallons

FUEL TANK COUNT: 1

WATER TANK CAPACITY: 207 gallons

WATER TANK COUNT: 1

HOLDING TANK CAPACITY: 101 gallons

HOLDING TANK COUNT: 1

Manufacturer's Description

The 58 Convertible is the culmination of nearly 55 years of Viking design, engineering and manufacturing and the best the industry has to offer in sportfishing boat innovation.

Since its debut, the second-generation 58 Convertible has received a plethora of five-star reviews from journalists, Viking dealers and captains who’ve raved about her bone-dry ride, nimble handling, large Cockpit, free-flowing spacious interior and a host of other attributes. And as the first owners began to take delivery, word was spreading throughout sportfishing ports around the globe that the Viking Yacht Company has delivered yet another blue water champion destined for greatness.

The Viking Yacht Company sold more than 110 of its first-generation 58 Convertibles from 1991 to 2000, helping build the New Gretna, New Jersey, company into a sportfishing powerhouse. It was their largest boat at the time and a major milestone for Viking Yachts. Eighteen years later, Viking’s “Gen II” 58 Convertible is once again leaving the competition in its wake and staking its claim as not only a tournament champion but the best high-performance family cruising yacht in its class.

Fishermen and cruisers alike are always hungry for new designs, new ideas and innovation—and Viking has been ringing the dinner bell for nearly 55 years.

Viking's new 58 Convertible builds on the success of the Gen I 58, but its pedigree also includes two generations of the 55 Convertible. The latest 55 has dominated the mid-50-foot range since 2012, while the iconic first-generation of the 55 Convertible stands out as one the most important boats in Viking’s storied history.

The 58 Convertible is longer than Viking's most recent 55 Convertible, but maintains the same 17’ 9” beam. They believe they have optimized the length-to-beam ratio, giving the 58 Convertible an enhanced ride and additional interior volume. This boat can run faster in the same sea conditions because the bottom is softer, more refined and efficient.

The underbody Hull form allows the 58 Convertible, despite its greater size, to achieve the same top speed as the 55 Convertible, and with more efficient 10-cylinder engines.

The performance of the new 58 Convertible has been its most lauded attribute so far. The boat has exhibited an incredible ability to keep spray down, running clean with its molded strakes guiding the water to break just aft of the house windshield. These performance attributes are due, in part, to the aggressive positioning of the strakes as well as their downturned angle and radiused shape.

All areas benefit from the 58 Convertible’s larger size, particularly the Cockpit and the Salon. The 58 Convertible’s Cockpit is 14 square feet larger than the 55 Convertible’s while still providing a full-featured Mezzanine with a shaded seating area and beautifully upholstered cushions; freezer, cooler, bait and tackle storage; and engine access.

The main difference in the interior layout of these two boats is that the Galley-and-dinette arrangement has been reversed. The 58’s Galley is on the port side, while the dinette takes the starboard position. The result: a more streamlined layout with a convenient Companionway that extends in a straight line from the starboard-side Salon door all the way to the forepeak. Below, the Master Stateroom is now on the port side with an athwartships bed that allows for increased walk-around and hanging locker space.

Ideal for the owner / operator or the owner who wants to utilize a part-time crew, the 58 benefits from Viking’s industry-leading engineering and technological advancements without sacrificing ease of operation, maintenance and access to operational systems. Viking's design, engineering and manufacturing teams scrutinized every material and method used to build the boat and each and every system to come away with a lean, efficient and operator-friendly sportfishing yacht.

Efficiency can be seen in every area throughout the boat, including the mechanical systems in the Engine Room and Lazarette. While two generators are offered, the standard 21.5 kW unit delivers more than enough power for everyday uses. That same engineering flexibility exists for gyro stabilization. Although Viking offers both the Seakeeper SK 16 and Seakeeper SK 9, the latter provides a very high level of stability.

Control of the electrical systems is easily managed, with conveniently located distribution panels in the Salon and Galley equipped with simple-to-use and clearly labeled conventional switches. Below the water, a series of dedicated pumps for the air conditioning, live wells, wash down and other seawater-fed components have been designed, engineered and installed for durability and longevity.

At 165 square feet, the 58 Convertible’s Cockpit is the largest in its class — a full 12 square feet bigger than its closest competitor. All of the Cockpit’s lids open and close via stainless steel gas pistons. Their undersides are rimmed with thick gasketing, and deep gutters around the hatch openings ensure quick drainage. The centerline Lazarette houses the Seakeeper and provides access to the steering and drain pumps in the Snow White Awlgripped bilge. The starboard-side full-length fish box is insulated and removable, while the port side contains two in-deck storage boxes. The forward unit can be rigged as a live well.

The Cockpit sole is built with a laminated mounting plate for fighting chair, rocket launcher or table installations. Standard Cockpit equipment includes flush-mounted rod holders; a side locker for gaffs; a walk-through transom door with lift gate; rounded coamings and toe kick space for comfort and balance; and fresh and seawater wash downs.

A comfortable place to take in the action without interfering with the anglers, the Observation Mezzanine has Sunbrella covered cushions with an armrest that holds a pair of drink holders. The port-side seating has an underneath freezer with cooler space on the step below. The centerline seating provides access to the Engine Room; there’s also a refrigerated drink box under-mounted in the step leading to the Salon. On the starboard side, you have a tackle cabinet with a push-release door and drawers, as well as an insulated storage box in the step below.

A one-piece anodized aluminum ladder leads to the Flybridge. Powder-coated aluminum handrails are conveniently located above the ladder and at the Helm. The Flybridge’s extended overhang, closed in by an anodized aluminum aft railing, gives you extra room behind the Helm and Companion seats.

The Flybridge features a new design for the Center Console walk-around Helm, with a more radiused shape that gives it a sleek look but also maximizes space. A stainless steel steering wheel and single-lever controls are mounted on a raised teak Helm pod. Dual recessed radio boxes with standard hinged split lids flank the wheel. Recessed electronics are installed in the upper console, easily viewable and protected from the elements by acrylic fitted lids with gaskets and stainless steel gas pistons.

Atlantic Marine Electronics and Palm Beach Towers, both Viking subsidiaries, provide custom electronics and tower installations. An optional powered drop-down hardtop box can hold even more electronics.

Guests have their choice of port and starboard lounges, a two-person forward Console seat and an aft-facing jump seat on the starboard side. A freezer and a refrigerated drink box are conveniently located in the port and starboard forward corners. A Costa Clear enclosure provides weather protection and gin-clear views.

Step inside the Salon and you immediately notice the spaciousness of the layout. Air conditioning registers are concealed behind the valances to reduce noise and drafts, while enhancing air flow.

High-gloss teak or walnut are offered for the 58 C’s interior. A satin finish is an option. Privacy and comfort are the hallmarks of every Viking Yacht interior, and the Salon of the 58 Convertible brings these elements to the next level by providing three unique living and entertaining areas. After a day of patrolling the canyons for billfish and tuna, the port-side L-shaped lounge (with underneath storage), which faces the starboard-side HD TV that rises from the starboard-side cabinetry, is a wonderful place to relax and plan tomorrow’s adventures. A Hi - Low Mappa Burl cocktail table is standard and adds versatility to the space.

Sub-Zero under-counter refrigeration makes it easy to make sandwiches or grab snacks while keeping an eye on the action in the Cockpit through the Salon’s aft window. The Galley counters and raised bar are topped with engineered stone that artfully complements the teak or walnut cabinetry and the Amtico flooring. The stainless-steel sink, microwave oven / convection oven and four-burner electric cooktop are nested for convenience and practicality. Storage is abundant throughout, and when it’s time to sit down for meals or to relax, the bar stools and starboard-side dinette accommodate a crowd with ease.

The Three-Stateroom, Two-Head Layout offers maximum flexibility for cruising as well as campaigning on the tournament trail. Air conditioning with reverse cycle heat and temperature control; wall-to-wall carpeting, overhead LED lights; decorative under-bed rope lighting; Handcraft innerspring mattresses with quilted designer bed spreads; and recessed stereo speakers are some of the comforts and conveniences found in all three Staterooms.

As you would expect from Viking, the Master Suite is especially spacious and elegant with an athwartship queen walk-around bed and upholstered headboard that faces an HD TV mounted on the inboard bulkhead. Storage includes a credenza, drawers under the bed, end tables, and his and her maple-lined hanging lockers.

The Forward Guest Stateroom comes with either a single walk-around queen or crossover berths. An overhead Bomar foredeck hatch comes with the Ocean Air screen shade system. Rounding out the amenities are a spacious maple-lined hanging locker, reading lights, rope lighting behind the valances, and storage drawers and cabinets.

In the Starboard Stateroom, you have side-by-side bunks, a maple-lined hanging locker with drawer storage underneath. An optional HD TV can be installed in both Guest Suites.

The Master and Guest Heads feature Amtico flooring, electric heads, engineered stone countertops and satin nickel hardware. There’s storage in the lower vanity, and the upper vanity includes a mirrored medicine cabinet with doors. The beautifully finished enclosed showers also have satin nickel fixtures and are equipped with a drain that leads to an automatic sump pump in the bilge.

Viking's building materials and methods maximize strength in an efficient build that reduces weight wherever possible. Their shipwrights use a modified epoxy resin in the Hull skin. The Hull is built with resin-infused end-grain balsa core, sandwiched with fiberglass and hybrid carbon-fiberglass fabrics. The integral fiberglass fuel and holding tanks are also resin infused with balsa coring on all sides for stiffness. The main and intermediate Engine Room bulkheads and the forward bulkheads are built in the same resin-infused process but with composite coring material.

A pair of MAN V-12 1400CRM (1400 MHP) engines serve as the standard propulsion package. MAN V-12 1550CRM (1550 MHP) and MAN V-12 1900CRM (1900 MHP) engines as well as the new MTU 10V2000 M96L (1622 MHP) engines are optional. With the MTUs, the Viking 58 Convertible hits 42 knots at the top end and cruises at 36 knots, depending upon load, sea, Hull bottom, propeller conditions and ambient temperatures. Range exceeds 400 nautical miles at cruise speed.

The 58 Convertible maintains Viking’s reputation for Engine Room excellence with top-shelf machinery and industry-leading design and engineering. Systems include Delta-T ventilation and water suppression; automatically or manually operated fire suppression tied into the main engine and generator ignitions; integrated engine mounting for efficient transfer of energy to the drive train; and oil changing. Of course, all of these systems are mounted with superb precision and attention to detail in an immaculate Engine Room painted with Snow White Awlgrip for visibility and ease of maintenance.

Construction
  • Ablative / Copolymer anti-fouling bottom paint, two coats, primed
  • Awlgrip brass thru Hulls in Engine Room and forward bilge
  • Awlgrip Engine Room, Lazarette, forward bilge and anchor locker for enhanced visibility and easier maintenance
  • Blister resistant modified epoxy resin in entire Hull skin
  • Bomar hatch, foredeck, with Ocean Air screen shade system
  • Custom blended polyester resin used in structural laminates, topsides, Bridges and hardtops
  • Dockside and overboard pump outs for holding tank
  • DuPont high gloss polyurethane boot stripe
  • Fiberglass side thru Hulls
  • High gloss, teak interior finish throughout
  • High performance isophthalic gelcoat npg superior gloss, flexibility and outstanding weathering characteristics
  • Hull bottom, resin-infused end grain balsa core sandwiched with fiberglass laminates
  • Hull interior isophthalic gelcoat top-coated with a durable high gloss polyurethane coating
  • Infused fiberglass fuel and holding tanks, with fiberglass baffles inside and balsa coring on side for stiffness, sealed to Hull with resin foam
  • Molded fiberglass Salon floor / Engine Room ceiling with core for acoustical and thermal insulation
  • Nonskid molded in for traction and durability
  • Propeller pockets to reduce draft
  • Resin infused composite bulkheads - Main Engine Room bulkhead, intermediate Engine Room bulkheads and forward bulkhead
  • Stringers, fiberglass encapsulated foam

Companionway
  • Awlgrip bilge areas with access hatches, painted Snow White and lighted for easier maintenance and cleaning
  • Carpeting, carpeted steps from Galley to Companionway
  • Central vacuum unit connection with accessories
  • Laundry Center with stackable, front-loading washer and dryer behind teak door
  • Lighting, overhead LED lights recessed in headliner
  • Majilite headliner, Natural Color, 1/8" foam and tricot backing
  • Wall panels, Natural Color, Majilite headliner individually installed with Velcro backing for easier maintenance

Master Stateroom, Midship
  • Air conditioning with reverse cycle heat and temperature control
  • Bed, queen-size, walk-around, athwartship with upgraded pillow top, Handcraft Viking Slumber #8 innerspring and lift up top with gas pistons and finished maple interiors for storage underneath
  • Bedspread, quilted, designer style with (2) pillow shams and (1) set of fitted cotton sheets
  • Drawer storage under bed
  • End tables on either side of bed with drawer and door storage
  • Flooring, carpet
  • Hanging locker, teak, maple-lined and spacious
  • Headboard, upholstered
  • Lighting, overhead LED lights and decorative indirect rope lighting from underneath bed platform
  • Majilite headliner, Natural Color, 1/8" foam and tricot backing
  • Reading lights, overhead with separate switches
  • TV, flat-screen

Guest Stateroom, Forward
  • Air conditioning with reverse cycle heat and temperature control
  • Bed, queen-size, walk-around with mattress, Handcraft innerspring and lift up top with gas pistons and finished maple interiors
  • Bedspread, quilted, designer style with (2) pillow shams and (1) set of fitted cotton sheets
  • Flooring, carpet
  • Hanging locker, teak, maple-lined and spacious
  • Hatch, Bomar, foredeck hatch with Ocean Air screen shade system
  • Lighting, overhead LED lights and decorative rope lighting underneath bed platform and behind valances
  • Majilite headliner, Natural Color, 1/8" foam and tricot backing
  • Reading lights with separate switches
  • Stereo speakers recessed in headliner
  • Storage cabinets, port and starboard sides of bed, teak, finished maple interiors
  • Storage drawers under bed, (2) large drawers
  • Teak shelf

Guest Stateroom, Starboard
  • Air conditioning with reverse cycle heat and temperature control
  • Bed, side-by-side bunks with System #1 upgraded Handcraft innerspring mattress
  • Bedspread, quilted, designer style with (2) pillow shams and (1) set of fitted cotton sheets
  • Flooring, carpet
  • Hanging locker, maple-lined
  • Lighting, overhead LED lights and courtesy rope lighting underneath lower bunk rail
  • Majilite headliner, Natural Color, 1/8" foam and tricot backing
  • Stereo speakers recessed in headliner and tied into Salon stereo with remote control
  • Storage drawer located under hanging locker

Master Head and Guest Head
  • Air conditioning / heat with vent in soffit
  • Countertops, engineered stone with sink and satin nickel hardware
  • Exhaust fan with vent in soffit
  • Flooring, Amtico vinyl
  • Heads, electric Sealand and overboard and holding tank discharge
  • Lights, overhead LED lights recessed in soffit and in ceiling
  • Lower vanity with teak face
  • Mirrored wall behind upper vanity, medicine cabinet with doors
  • Receptacle, 110v - GFCI
  • Shower light
  • Stall shower, fiberglass with satin nickel shower fixtures and drain to automatic sump pump in bilge
  • Towel bars and rings - Satin nickel

Salon
  • Aft wall finished teak
  • Air conditioning with reverse cycle heat with temperature control that circulates from hidden registers behind valances to maximize comfort while minimizing noise and drafts
  • Blinds, silhouette for desired natural lighting and additional privacy
  • Cabinetry, teak, with drawers and finished maple interior
  • Cocktail table, burl, high gloss finish
  • Fabric window panels with teak edge
  • Finished teak on aft face of Galley island and dinette
  • Flooring, carpeting, wall-to-wall with lined padding for sound absorption and vinyl Amtico flooring at Salon entrance - Teak trim where Amtico meets carpet
  • Home theater system with flat-screen TV, with custom surround sound
  • Lighting, overhead LED lights recessed in headliner
  • L-shaped lounge with rod storage underneath
  • Main electrical service panel, AC / DC, backlit for easier viewing
  • Majilite headliner, Natural Color, 1/8" foam and tricot backing
  • Sliding Salon door, molded fiberglass door with window and teak interior finish, with positive catch when opened with key lock
  • Windows, fixed, frameless side windows with tinting, for style, natural lighting, and privacy

Galley / Dinette
  • Blinds, silhouette
  • Dinette couch with removable cushions and storage underneath
  • Dinette table, wood, high gloss finish with single pedestal, thru-bolted
  • Electrical sub panel for Galley appliances
  • Exhaust fan, high velocity
  • Flooring, vinyl Amtico
  • Galley countertop, engineered stone with stainless steel sink and satin nickel faucet
  • Garbage disposal in sink
  • Lights, overhead LED
  • Majilite headliner, Natural Color, 1/8" foam and tricot backing
  • Range, electric, surface mounted
  • Refrigerator and freezer, Sub-Zero, large capacity, deep-drawer, under-counter style with varnished teak faces.  Ice maker in freezer.
  • Storage cabinets in upper Galley, varnished teak doors and deep, pull-out drawers with slides for smooth movement and latches to keep drawers in place while underway
  • Storage cabinets and drawers in lower Galley, varnished teak doors and faces with stowage for stove lids, utensils and other items; finished maple interiors
  • Water tank level gauge and pump indicator located in Galley sub-panel

Flying Bridge
  • Bridge installed without exposed fasteners
  • Center Console walk-around Helm with electronic storage in raised pod with additional storage
  • Controls:  Top mounted single lever electronic controls with station select and keypad
  • Electronic trolling valves
  • Extended overhang for extra room to move around behind Helm and Companion seats with anodized aluminum aft railing
  • Fire system control with automatic and manual discharge and override system located at Console
  • Fresh water outlet
  • Freezer box at forward end of Flybridge, port
  • Furuno RD-33 depth finder / sea temperature gauge and Icom 602 VHF Radio
  • Handrails, powder-coated aluminum effectively positioned above ladder to Bridge and at Helm
  • Helm seat, Companion seat and teak, ladder back with 4" pedestals and removable cushions and covers
  • Instrumentation based on standard engine package, lighted with switches in radio box
  • Lighted compass, flush-mounted on centerline
  • Lounge seating to port and starboard and at forward end of Helm Console with vinyl covered foam cushions, hinged for access to storage under seats
  • Manual engine shut-down switches
  • Nonskid Deck molded for traction and durability
  • Offshore safety monitoring system with audible and visible alarms:  fire, Engine Room temperature, high bilge water, high exhaust temperature, high coolant temperature, low oil pressure and generator as well as confirming correct system operation - Includes fuel tank levels
  • Recessed electronics boxes in Console for custom electronics package that is easily viewable and protected from the elements by acrylic fitted lids with gaskets and stainless steel gas pistons
  • Recessed radio port box with switch panel inside and large recessed radio box on starboard side of Console with split lids
  • Refrigerated drink box at forward end of Flybridge, starboard
  • Removable Flybridge jump seat backrest
  • Starboard jump seat facing aft, hinged for access to bucket storage beneath at aft end of starboard lounge
  • Stereo speakers, tied into Bridge, flush-mounted to aft ends of Bridge
  • Trim tab control switch mounted at Console
  • Trumpet style air horns, (2)
  • Under Helm access with lights and storage room
  • Icom VHF radio with antenna and mounts

Mechanical
  • MAN V12 1400CRM:  1400 mhp. (Standard)
  • A/C pressurized fresh water system with on Deck fresh water fill and Cockpit dockside supply inlet with pressure reducing valves
  • Air conditioning - Direct expansion, zoned with reverse cycle heat for complete climate control throughout the interior and with individual temperature controls for Staterooms and Salon
  • Bilge pumps with additional clean out pumps in keel area linked into monitoring system and connected to float switches for automatic and manual operation
  • DC power-assist hydraulic steering independent of engines
  • Deck pump out fitting and direct overboard pump out for holding tank
  • "Delta T" Engine Room ventilation system with supply and discharge fans for proper fresh air supply and water intrusion suppression
  • Engine Room entrance package for digital tachometer, engine water temperature, and engine oil pressure, for easier viewing and accessibility
  • External sea strainers for main engine pick ups
  • Fire suppression system, automatically or manually operated and tied into main engine and generator ignition systems with override
  • Fresh water supply in Engine Room for general maintenance and cleaning
  • Fresh water manifold isolation system
  • Fuel and oil lines, flexible, steel reinforced, USCG approved, aircraft type
  • Fuel priming pumps, electric 24v DC
  • Fuel transfer system, electric 24v DC
  • Fuel / Water separator filters for main engines and generator
  • Hour meters on main engines and generator
  • Integrated engine mounting system for efficient transfer of energy to drive train system
  • Internal sea strainers for generator, air conditioning and all other sea water pick ups
  • Mufflers - Main engines linear exhaust with oval outlets
  • Oil changing system, gear type pump for main engines, transmissions and generator
  • PEX plumbing, fresh water system plumbing with manifold system shut-off in Engine Room and forward bilges
  • Propellers, Class "S" pitch tolerance (ISO 484/2) and dynamic balancing.  Advanced design cambered blade sections for optimum performance.  Nibral alloy for maximum durability.
  • Rudders, stainless steel, composite rudder bearing with dripless seal laminated into Hull
  • Seacocks, bronze, ball-type sea valves and strainers for all thru-Hulls below the water line
  • Shafts - Two Aquamet high-strength stainless steel, double-taper with machined keyway and custom thrust plate at main engine couplings
  • Struts - Thru-water, Nibral, laser targeted installation
  • Trim tabs with individual controls and trim tab covers on transom
  • Twin diesel engines with marine grade reduction gears.  *See manufacturers information for specifications.
  • Valve off engine intakes for use as emergency bilge pumps (2)
  • Water heater - Quick Recovery, electric

Electrical
  • 24v DC ship's service throughout
  • 24v / 12v power supply with breakers on Flybridge for future electronics
  • 110v Outlet in Engine Room on aft bulkhead
  • Anchor light / Navigation lights
  • Batteries, (2) independent 24v banks mounted in fiberglass storage boxes
  • Battery chargers, (2) with tthermal cut-off and switching system for complete integration
  • Battery distribution panel with battery cut-off and charging system breakers
  • Battery parallel system for main engines and generator start
  • Bonded electrical system with ground plate
  • Color-coded, labeled and numbered wiring system with corresponding drawings
  • Dimmers, LED interior lighting throughout, excluding Companionway
  • Emergency DC crossover
  • Engine Room lights, LED with DC/AC back-up with switch at Engine Room entrance
  • Generator, Diesel - Onan 21.5kW E-QD (electronic quiet diesel) Series, user-friendly with electronic governing allowing voltage and electronic frequency control
  • Glendinning cablemaster (1) with three-wire grounded cord, (1) additional 50 amp 220v inlet with 50' cord
  • Instrument panel lights for Flybridge and main electric panel
  • Isolation transformer on cablemasters for more consistent, cleaner voltage
  • Lighting, overhead LED lights recessed in ceiling and rope type décor lights concealed by upholstered valances, 24v and 120v throughout
  • Master electrical control panel located in Salon with 24v / 110v circuit breakers, individual switching for shore 1, shore 2 or generator supply and gauges for electrical supply, voltmeter, ampmeter and frequency
  • Receptacles, 110v duplex with GFCI throughout
  • RG6 TV cable to accommodate satellite system
  • Sub-panel located in Galley with breakers for Galley appliances, and Galley lights and with gauge for water tank and alarm panel for safety monitoring system

Cockpit
  • Boarding box, fiberglass with nonskid, lift-up top and storage
  • Dockside electric connection - 50 amp / 220v electric retractable Glendinning Cablemaster (1), located in port side locker under forward gunwale and (1) 50 amp 220v inlet with hinged door
  • Dockside water connection with pressure reducing valve in starboard side locker under forward gunwale
  • Engine Room access with hatch and ladder to Engine Room
  • Extended Flybridge overhang for shade
  • Fresh water wash down with hose bib located in cabinet under forward gunwale
  • Gaskets for all lids and access doors
  • Grabrails at Cockpit haunch
  • Indirect rope lighting under coaming
  • Ladder to Flybridge, one-piece, anodized aluminum with nonskid treads
  • Laminated mounting plate in-deck for future fighting chair or table
  • Lazarette hatch with access to steering, trim tabs, drain pumps
  • Lighting, recessed lights in Flybridge overhang
  • Live well plumbing installed to transom mounted fish box
  • Molded nonskid Deck
  • Observation Mezzanine, port aft facing lounge with Sunbrella covered cushions, hinged seat with freezer storage under lounge area, lower storage area insulated hinged for access, tackle cabinet to starboard with drawers and push release door, and insulated storage box to starboard
  • Recessed in-deck fish box to starboard, insulated and removable with pump out and drain plate with large holes for easy pump out and cleaning
  • Recessed in-deck storage boxes to port, forward box insulated for aft optional live well
  • Refrigerated drink box undermounted in Salon step for direct access from Cockpit
  • Rod holders, (4) stainless steel and flush-mounted
  • Rounded Cockpit coaming for comfort
  • Salon door, molded fiberglass sliding door with frameless window and teak interior
  • Sea water wash down with pump in Engine Room and supply at side locker under forward port gunwale to keep Deck clean while fishing
  • Self bailing Cockpit with large Cockpit scuppers
  • Side locker with storage for gaffs and other accessories located under port forward gunwale with hinged door
  • Stainless steel cleats and corner hawse pipes
  • Stainless steel gas springs on all hatches and lids
  • Stereo speakers tied into  Flybridge stereo
  • Strap with padding to keep transom door open
  • Transom-mounted fish box plumbed for live well
  • Transom swim steps at transom door
  • Walk-through transom door with lift gate
  • Y-valve for fresh and salt water wash downs

Miscellaneous
  • Anchor - Constructed with a high-tensile, corrosion resistant aluminum magnesium alloy
  • Anchor locker with access from foredeck
  • Anchor rode, 250' with 50' of chain
  • Awlgrip Lazarette, engine, anchor locker and forward bilges
  • Bonding system anode on transom
  • Bow pulpit, molded fiberglass with nonskid and stainless steel anchor chute
  • Bow rail, anodized aluminum, brushed finish
  • CO2 detectors throughout
  • (5) Fire extinguishers
  • Fuel, standard capacity
  • Mooring lines, braided nylon (6)
  • Painted rub rail
  • Recessed trim tab covers
  • Ships bell
  • Side mounted, wrap around grab rails, powder-coated aluminum that follows the window line
  • Stainless steel bow, spring and stern cleats thru-bolted to aluminum backing plates
  • Smoke detector/s
  • USB receptacle (Apple compatible) in Staterooms and Salon
  • Viking one year limited warranty (available upon request)
  • Viking Prestige Decor package
  • Water delivery kit with tool set (N)
  • Wrapped hatch carpet installation

Optional Equipment

Interior

  • Satin interior finish throughout - *Standard will be high gloss teak

Cockpit

  • Additional cablemaster
  • Livewell in Cockpit sole
  • Swim  platform & ladder
  • Transom lettering

Deck / Exterior

  • Additional (2) foredeck hatches w/ sunshade
  • Bow pulpit removal
  • Bow thruster DC
  • Custom Hull Color, Gelcoat
  • Davit, (1100 lb.), with hydraulic lift
  • Davit, (1100 lb.), with hydraulic lift and rotation
  • Fender racks
  • Salon forward window mask
  • Windlass, Lewmar V4 SS w/ 50' chain, 250' rope

Decor

  • Custom decor
  • Decor accessory kit
  • Decor Galley accessory kit
  • Mirror ceiling in Heads
  • Wallcovering, custom

Flying Bridge

  • Air conditioning
  • Custom Helm pod and stainless steel steering wheel
  • Electronic single lever controls for pod
  • Radar mast
  • Release teak Helm pod

Salon

  • Carpet runner - Full
  • Carpet runner - Partial
  • Carpet runner - Companionway and steps

Master Stateroom

  • Electronic safe under bed

Guest Stateroom, Forward

  • Crossover Stateroom arrangement
  • TV, flat-screen

Guest Stateroom, Starboard

  • TV, flat-screen

Delivery

  • Propellers, spare and removal / installation tool with prop boxes

Engine Room

  • Eskimo ice machine
  • Optional fuel tank
  • Optional generator, 13.5kW
  • Seakeeper SK 9
  • Seakeeper SK 16
  • Water maker, 700 gpd. with auto backflush and Flybridge control panel

Optional Power

  • MAN V12 1550CRM:  1550 mhp.
  • MAN V12 1900CRM:  1900 mhp.
  • MTU 10V 2000 M96:  1622 mhp.

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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