Simultaneously rugged and refined, the Albemarle 36 Express is a no-nonsense fishing machine that can confidently take on rough conditions one minute, and allow you to relax in style and luxury the next.
Thanks to its innovative engineering and stout construction, this sportfishing vessel from Albemarle Boats provides a smooth, dry ride in even the toughest conditions, giving anglers plenty of confidence offshore.
The Albemarle 29 Express is a compact express boat with the fishability of a much larger vessel.
Boaters are sure to love the fuel economy of the 29 Express, as well as its offshore ability and fantastic handling even when seas turn rough, allowing anglers to keep fishing while other boats head for the dock. Its hull is designed to bust through head seas, landing softly in the troughs and keeping the windshield dry.
As the entry level Albemarle Express, the 25 lets you enjoy true offshore fishing anywhere you want to go. She’s lean, but also lethal. Make no mistake, she’s an offshore thoroughbred. Her distinctive, flared bow, unitized construction, Yamaha power and deep-V bottom let her handle just about any condition a sport fisherman faces. She’s fast and agile, but with an incredibly soft entry.
Viking Yachts is introducing the second generation of their legendary 58 Convertible, with this successor poised to carry on the Viking tradition of excellence as both a hardcore sportfishing tournament vessel and a comfortable, luxurious family cruising yacht.
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The Tiara 44 Coupe is such a luxurious, enjoyable cruising yacht, you’ll end up spending so much time on it that your home will get jealous.
Large living spaces and an inviting, comfortable layout help make the Tiara 44 Coupe an ideal boat for both cruising and entertaining. Designed with an uncompromising attention to detail, this stylish yacht features intelligent amenities and cutting edge technology.
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The Viking Yacht Company is proud to announce the second generation of our 58 Convertible, the successor to the legendary 1990s model that helped build our proud company into a sportfishing powerhouse.
From 1991 to 2000 we sold 110 of our first-generation 58 Convertibles, including the pretty-in-pink Miss Allied shown above. “It was our largest boat at the time and a major milestone for us,” Viking President and CEO Patrick Healey says of the “Gen I” 58.
And now, 18 years later, our “Gen II” 58 C is poised to stake its claim as a tournament champion and the best high-performing family cruising yacht in its class. The 58 arrives as the culmination of nearly 55 years of convertible sportfishing design, engineering and manufacturing experience.
“The boat is ideal for the owner/operator family man or the hardcore tournament competitor,” says Viking Design Manager David Wilson. “She’ll compete in performance, engineering and interior accommodations with larger boats, certainly those well into the 60-plus-foot range.”
The 58 C comes on strong with our signature walk-around center console flybridge helm with flanking lounges, 165-square-foot cockpit and observation mezzanine. The private and comfortable three-stateroom, two-head layout maximizes the vessel’s 17 ft. 9 in. beam. A forward stateroom with a queen berth is standard, with an optional cross-over arrangement. Our design team has done a phenomenal job with the salon and galley arrangement, creating a highly functional open layout with a balanced mix of amenities for entertaining, relaxing or dining.
Propulsion packages from MAN and MTU are offered with the “Gen II” Viking 58 Convertible. A pair of the new MTU V10 2000 M96L engines rated at 1,600 HP each power hull number one.
The 58 Convertible will make her debut at the annual Viking Dealer Meeting and Sea Trial Event September 10 through 12. For more information contact your authorized Viking dealer or Gina Waldron. You can also see the 58 C at her world premiere at the 2018 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, October 31 through November 4.
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Poised to make her mark on the tournament trail, our stunning Flag Blue
Viking 72 demonstrator boat leaves New Gretna and heads for open water. The 45-plus-knot convertible, along with our Viking 68 demo, will compete in about a half dozen events this summer in the Mid-Atlantic region, the epicenter of white marlin fishing. The boats, with teams that include many of the company’s principals, function as engineering, design, sales and customer service tools that help Viking build a better boat every day.
The Viking 72 demo serves as a testing platform for innovative technologies, such as Furuno’s new DFF-3D Multi-Beam Sonar and AX Series Radar, which were custom installed on the flybridge by our subsidiary Atlantic Marine Electronics. The equipment is housed in our signature center console walk-around helm. Another Viking-owned company, Palm Beach Towers, is responsible for the hardtop (including its drop-down electronics box and teaser reels) and anodized aluminum tuna tower.
From the transom live well to the air-conditioned observation mezzanine, the 209-square-foot cockpit provides not only tournament-winning fishing equipment and design elements but conveniences to keep guests comfortable and happy as they take in the action. Just a few of the features on our demo boat include an optional Release Marine Trillion Series fighting chair; a teak sole, covering boards and coaming; a starboard crushed ice machine with discharge; and fittings and plumbing for two on-deck live wells.
Satin walnut adorns the 72‘s interior. The port-side galley has miles of countertop space and two Sub-Zero pull-out under-counter refrigerators and one freezer. The raised starboard dinette seats four comfortably. The second HD TV on the bulkhead can display sonar, radar and other electronics data from the bridge.
Your private palace, the master stateroom, includes a king bed with Handcraft mattress and underneath storage, twin maple-lined hanging closets, a pair of credenzas and end tables and a full-width upholstered headboard.
Twin 2,635-hp MTU Series 2000 V16 M96L diesels power the 72, not only giving her great speed but the acceleration and torque to make this 72-footer handle and feel like a 50-footer. With such high performance, the demo team can travel long distances faster than competitors, a great advantage when fishing the Mid-Atlantic.
Our industry-leading Viking 72 (above) and Viking 68will both be shown at the Viking Dealer Meeting and Sea Trial Event, September 10-12, in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Please contact Viking’s Gina Waldron, or your authorized Viking dealer for more information. Meantime, you can catch them on the tournament circuit. For our demo boat calendar please click here.
BONUS VIDEO: Meet Viking 72 Captain Ryan Higgins, who is also Southeast Sales Manager, in this exciting new video from our friends at Huk.
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Over 90% of every Viking is designed and manufactured in-house like this 44 Convertible – resulting in the production of the world’s finest sportfishing and motor yachts. Nowhere is the vertical integration of our company more apparent than in our Machine and Metal Shops, where thousands of components and parts are manufactured by a skilled team of 24 fabricators, welders, machinists and painters.
The Metal Shop, which also consists of a fabricating and welding hub and a paint shop, supplies the Machine Shop with raw materials that are manufactured into finished parts. Above: Welder/Fabricator Javier Torres works on a Viking convertible’s anodized aluminum flybridge ladder.
Lubosh Porizka operates the Fadal machine, a manufacturing workhorse with 30 separate tools that produces everything from copper bus bars (connection point for circuits) to electrical distribution panels to our unique steering manifolds to various templates, brackets and backing plates. Right: The Fadal has already completed cutouts in this aluminum distribution panel for switches and gauges. Lubosh uses a manual drill press to countersink the panel’s mounting holes.
Viking‘s men of mettle are led by Machine Shop Supervisor Tom Lagocki, right, and Metal Shop Supervisor Joe Martorana, left.
Joe stands next to the 1-inch-thick aluminum saddles used to reinforce our stringer-mounted engine installations. Tom, a 30-plus-year Viking veteran who has been instrumental in the development and success of both shops, shows a drawer-full of copper bus bars used in the electrical distribution panels.
Above: Welder/Fabricator Brian Nevitt uses a pipe crowning machine to shape the anodized aluminum bowrail (covered with protective white vinyl) of a 68 Convertible. Below: Built to order, the rail will wrap around the owner-requested bow pulpit. Brian measures for stanchion height, which fits the rake of the rail.
Above: Frames for air conditioning units await chemical baths before they are powder coated. Below: Viking pioneered the use of powder coating metals for saltwater corrosion and abrasion resistance. Here, Painter Dan Jackson uses an electrostatic sprayer to uniformly apply white powder coat to the aft rail of a 72 Enclosed Bridge. The structure will then be moved into a separate chamber and heated at 400 degrees for 35 minutes, fusing the paint and aluminum for maximum durability.
One word best describes the Viking 92 Skybridge yacht: awesome. More than aesthetically stunning, our skybridge design is also functional, combining all the visibility benefits of an elevated control station with the weather protection and comfort of a Viking enclosed bridge.
With her two-level mezzanine and 238-square-foot tournament-ready cockpit with fighting chair, the 92 thrives as a luxury cruising yacht and blue-water sportfishing convertible.
The skybridge command station shares many of the design traits of our open flybridge convertibles, such as the walk-around center console with raised teak helm pod and recessed and protected areas for multi-function displays, engine and steering controls and electronics controllers. With the console’s molded-in step, the captain’s sightlines are enhanced further. The hardtop holds an electric teaser reel and power-actuated drop-down electronics box.
Guests can relax in a pair of finely upholstered console seats or outboard lounges (with forward-facing backrests). For balance and safety, toekick space is built into the console perimeter and at the lounge bases.
A refrigerated drink box and sink is conveniently located on centerline, between the lounges.
Even with its forward wrap-around console that includes a Stidd helm seat and flanking companion seating, the enclosed bridge has significant room aft for an L-shape lounge with a walnut cocktail table to port, another seat to starboard, refrigeration and an entertainment system.
The salon, galley and dining areas are separate but open to one another, with a wide walkway from the salon door to the companionway. Recessed overhead lights along with indirect rope lighting under the valances warm the interior’s satin walnut finish. High-end appliances and conveniences – such as Sub-Zero refrigeration and freezer units – fill the well-equipped galley, and a formal dining area can seat six.
The flowing unbroken sheer, the double black-masked windshields, and the tall swept-back superstructure create an unforgettable profile. Three command stations – skybridge, enclosed bridge and on the EB‘s aft deck – give the captain the best operating position for different weather situations and uses.
To see more of the industry-leading six-stateroom Viking 92 Skybridge click here for a video. We invite you to contact your local authorized Viking dealer for additional information.
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