We’ve told you about our exciting new Valhalla Boatworks line, and introduced you to the line’s two larger boats: the V-41 and V-37.
The V-33 could be the best entry into the Valhalla line. This amenity packed yacht is a great introduction to Valhalla’s Viking Yachts pedigree, in a smaller, more manageable size.
Like its big brothers, the V-33 features Valhalla’s unique Stepped-V ventilated tunnel hull design, which provides incredible stability in turns as well as a high-riding dry trip through any sea.
On board, Valhalla has loaded the V-33 up with features that will please both a day cruiser captain and an avid fisherman.
The typical configuration includes a forward two-person console lounge and additional forward seating in the bow. The helm seating can be either bench style or teak-trimmed helm chairs. And in the transom, you can add two flip-down seats. All this seating is designed in a profile designed to protect the large deck space for fishing.
And for fishing, the V-33 is loaded with standard features, like the 52-gallon transom live-well, and the 98-gallon fish box in the floor of the bow. Additional live-wells can be added in place of forward seating if desired. There are no less than five in-floor fish boxes throughout the boat, all draining overboard. And the V-33 contains ample rod and tackle storage areas.
This boat is powered by twin Mercury Verado 400s, hooked to the helm with the Mercury joystick control. The electronics package includes twin 17-inch Garmin touchscreens, Garmin sonar module and autopilot, and the ICOM VhF radio system.
The hardtop package includes Lumintec spreader lights, a six-rod rocket launcher and overhead electronics and radar pods. The V-33 also has an automatic engine flushing system and covers for the console, lounge and helm seating.
If you want to experience Valhalla (without dying in battle), the V-33 is a great entry. Come compare the V-33 with the V-37 and V-41 and see which one best fits your specifications for a great yacht.