The V Report – Near and Far
Valhalla Boatworks continues to broaden its global appeal, with owners around the world taking delivery of our V Series center consoles. In fact, several of our new Valhalla 46s are headed for international waters, including Turkey and Panama. But let’s start off in the good old USA. Name the location, and the V Series is there (or on the way), whether it’s New England, the Mid-Atlantic, Florida, the Gulf of Mexico, the Great Lakes or California. The above and below shots (by kellyannphotography.net) of the V-37 Lucky Enough were taken off Falmouth, Massachusetts.
From Cape Cod, to Cabo San Lucas. You may very well recognize this Valhalla 41 and the distinctive rock formation known as El Arco (The Arch) in the background. The Shark Grey Hooray – along with its Viking 80 Sky Bridge mothership of the same name – is frequently featured on Instagram.
Let’s head to the Bahamas, shall we? The Valhalla 41 China Time has been seen and photographed just about everywhere up and down the East Coast, including in her homeport of Jupiter, Florida, Newport, Rhode Island, and (as pictured above) in the Bahamas.
And now to Puerto Rico. This V-33 is anchored off the Caribbean island of Vieques east of Puerto Rico, which is known for its gin-clear waters, secluded beach coves and natural wildlife.
Thatcher Island off Cape Ann on the Massachusetts coast is known for its two lighthouses and rich history dating back to the Revolutionary War. The image was taken in late spring from the Valhalla 37 Jenny B. Stay tuned for more photos of Valhallas chasing new horizons in some of the world’s most scenic waters.