Viking 70 Convertible Yacht Description
The Viking 70 Convertible was designed to hunt marlin. From the freeboard which tapers aft, allowing easy release of billfish to the bow stem where it has almost eight feet forward, the Viking 70 is as sleek as the fish she chases.
Curves along the deck line are matched by the curved observation mezzanine which is masked by an elegant black shade around the deckhouse. The Viking 70C Yacht’s cockpit is 208-square feet including the mezzanine and includes multiple fish boxes, a live well, multiple freezers and lots of storage space.
Inside of the Viking 70 Convertible Yacht guests can relax in the generous salon, enjoy food cooked in the granite adorned galley or enjoy a movie on the 50-inch flat screen television with surround sound. Afterwards they can retire to one of the four staterooms, including a spacious master suite with private access to the engine room, cockpit and crew quarters.
Curves aside, the Viking 70 is sexy underneath all of the plush quarters. The hull, as with most newer Vikings has a convex deadrise shape and waterline sections that are sharpened, both of which allow the yacht to rise quicker and re-enter rough seas easier. There is a chilled water air conditioner and the VIPER steering system to optimize response and reduce rudder drag at all RPMs for enhanced handling.