The new Viking 82 Convertible is breathtaking watercraft. Among the ranges of Convertible line, the 82C is the cream of the crop. This is because it was built through the proper building experience, design and engineering. In this sense, this craft stands out among the rest. At first glance you will be amazed by the broad bow area and the sheer lines beckoning large waves. The deckhouse and hull bottom incorporate end-grain balsa coring that ensures durability and strength.
Due to the changes Vikings want to employ, they came up to produce custom-boat that has enhanced curves and angles and that is Viking 52 Convertible. The design of this craft features sleek windshield, uncluttered cabin sides and hull and pronounced transom. The forefoot is even straighter and more forward. Likewise, the change in style as well as hull formation is to improve dryness and sea kindliness even in unpleasant condition.
Moreover, the Viking 50 Convertible offers new hull design and big power. The overall length of this vessel is 54 feet and 8 inches. The beam length is 17 feet and the draft length is 4 feet and 10 inches. This 66,500 pound battlewagon ensures safe travel on the open sea. It operates using twin 1,050 horsepower MAN diesel engines. Nonetheless, the Viking 54 Convertible is deemed as the gorgeous boat Viking had ever produced. Likewise, it also features navigation equipment that can detect and make safe travel even in harsh seafaring environment. Indeed, nothing can beat the bow flare that could result to groovy driving experience.
The most popular sales locations by state for the 82 Convertible are: Wisconsin, Ohio, Texas, Washington, New Jersey, Delaware, South Carolina, Minnesota, Missouri, Michigan, North Carolina, California, Tennessee, Virginia, Louisiana, Florida, Alabama, Illinois, Georgia and New York.