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Explore used Viking boats and used Viking Yachts for sale. Call a Viking Yacht professional at Galati Yacht Sales if you have any questions! We are the exclusive new Viking Yacht dealer on the on the Gulf Coast from Tampa, Sarasota, Naples, Destin, Anna Maria, Alabama, Houston, and Galveston to the West Coast in Long Beach and San Diego, and internationally with yacht brokerages in Cabo and Costa Rica, we can assist you in finding a used Viking boat for sale worldwide.


Why Buy A Used Viking Yacht From Galati Yacht Sales

The Viking-Galati relationship goes back 30 years when Galati Yacht Sales began servicing Viking Yachts on Florida’s Gulf Coast. After years of servicing Viking Yachts, Galati became the Viking Yachts dealer in the area. Collectively, between the two companies, there are 100 years of unwavering dedication and commitment to delivering the best experience on the water possible. The Viking Yacht Company was founded in 1964 and GYS in 1970, but the synergies don’t stop there. Both companies are family-owned and operated, span three generations, and Viking’s mantra to build a better boat every day parallels perfectly with Galati’s goal of consistently exceeding their customer expectations.


The History Of Viking Yachts

Historically, Viking Yacht models have been created with the highest quality materials. Bill and Bob Healey are the founders and original Viking Yacht experts. Starting out, the brothers built small, wooden 37′ sportfishing boats.

In 1972, they introduced the Viking 40′ Convertible to become a huge success. That has changed over the last 50 years. Viking now offers a full fleet of semi-custom-built fiberglass luxury yachts and is now a world leader in the yacht industry.


What Makes Used Viking Boats Better

The Viking brand success is the company’s renowned manufacturing capabilities, and this is one of the reasons that used Viking Yachts maintain their quality.

The company is known for its hard work and attention to detail from the initial design to the finished product. Viking Yachts produces 90 percent of their boats in-house to ensure customers get the quality they’ve come to expect.

Viking professionals come from all walks of life and all with decades of experience. The company finds the best shipwrights to assist with engines, pumps, hoses, transmissions, air conditioning, entertainment centers and all other electronics that go into their yachts.

No other yacht company has the experience and know-how when it comes to building luxury and sportfishing yachts. Viking Yachts introduces new and innovative models regularly and used Viking Yacht models still maintain their appeal, style, and integrity.

Driven to build a better boat, Viking uses lessons learned from their countless tournaments to make changes and advances to their building strategy.

Below are the latest Viking boats for sale used from around the world. Explore and find the Viking Yacht model that works for you! Shop used Vikings for sale here and step aboard your new home away from home, your paradise on the water.

 

Frequently Asked Questions About Used Viking Yachts

How much does a 50 ft Viking Yacht cost?

New Viking Yachts in the 50-foot range vary from over $3 million to upwards of over $4 million as a base cost. The 54 Convertible for instance has a starting cost of around $3.4 million, while the Viking 58 has a base price of over $4.3 million. Base model pricing does not include additional options, delivery, upgraded engine packages, customizations, or updated features. Talk to a Viking specialist at Galati Yachts for more information regarding New Viking Yachts in the 50-foot range.

Search used Viking Yachts in the 50-foot range using our worldwide search tool. As of April 2024, example pricing varies from $3.895 million for a 2023 54 Viking Open to $499,000 for a 2004 52 Viking Convertible. Create custom searches on our Yacht Shopper Dashboard and opt to receive instant notifications when used Viking yachts hit the market that match your search criteria — we take the hassle out of online yacht shopping.

Prices may not reflect the final price of this yacht due to the manufacturer’s right to make changes without notice, at any time, in equipment, material prices, and specifications. Prices noted as of April 2024.

How much does a 70 ft Viking cost?

New Viking Yachts in the 70-foot range have a price tag of over $7 Million — the 72′ Viking for instance, starts at around $7.1 million. Base model pricing does not include additional options, delivery, customizations, upgraded engine packages, or updated features. Talk to a Talk to a Viking specialist for more information regarding New Viking Yachts in the 70-foot range.

Search used Viking Yachts in the 70-foot range using our worldwide search tool. As of April 2024, example pricing varies from $3.975 million for a 2014 70 Viking Convertible to $6.995 million for a 2020 72 Viking Convertible. Receive instant notifications when used Viking sportfish yachts in the 70-foot range hit the market using our Yacht Shopper tool. You can create custom searches, receive price change updates, talk to a sales professional, and more — we take the hassle out of online yacht shopping.

Prices noted may not reflect the final price of this yacht due to the manufacturer’s right to make changes without notice, at any time, in equipment, material prices, and specifications. Prices noted as of April 2024.

What engines do Viking yachts use?

The engine brands offered by Viking include MAN, CAT, MTU, Scania, Cummins, and Volvo. Engine packages vary by model and length. Talk to a Viking Specialist for more information on engine packages and options for new Vikings boats.

How much does a 92-foot Viking yacht cost?

As of April 2024, a used 2017 92 Viking lists at $9.2 million. Prices will vary depending on year and condition.

After much success with the Viking 92 sportfish comes a new heir to the throne – the 90 Viking. A new 90 Viking has a price tag upwards of $15 million, when all said and done. Talk to a Viking specialist at Galati Yachts for more information regarding New Viking Yachts in the 90-foot range.

The 90 Viking will replace the 92 Viking sportfish yacht in response to the IMO international mandate (Tier III, which has been delayed until December 2023) that ultimately set the company on a course to design, engineer, and build a game-changing 90-foot luxury sportfishing yacht.

These prices may not reflect the final price of this yacht due to the manufacturer’s right to make changes without notice, at any time, in equipment, material prices, and specifications. Prices noted as of April 2024.

How much does a Viking yacht cost?

The price of a Viking Yacht depends on several factors: purchasing new or used, model, length, engine package, additional accessories, etc. All in all, prices vary greatly.

The base price for the smallest Viking boat, the 38 Billfish, purchased new starts at over $1.2 million. The largest Viking model, the 90 Convertible, bought brand new, will be in the $15 million range, when all said and done. Base model prices do not include additional options, upgraded engine packages, delivery, customizations, or updated features. Talk to a Viking specialist today for more pricing information.

If you are in the market for a used Viking sportfish, the same pricing variables will apply with fluctuations based on year, model, length, and installed options and features. To give you an idea of a price range, as of April 2024, a 2017 Viking 80 Skybridge on the market has an asking price of $6.995 million. A 2003 Viking 48 Convertible ranges in the $700,000s. Search Viking yachts for sale using our Yacht Shopper to get automatic notifications on boats that match your custom search queries. 

New model prices may not reflect the final price of the yacht due to the manufacturer’s right to make changes without notice, at any time, in equipment, material prices, and specifications. Prices noted as of April 2024.

Is Viking a good yacht?

Viking Yachts prides itself as the premier manufacturer of quality sportfishing yachts ranging from 38-90 feet. Building in-house luxury fishing yachts in New Gretna and Mullica, NJ, Viking has over five decades of dedicated business under their belt. When it comes to the sport fisherman’s market, Viking has arguably been the global leader since its inception in 1964. They are the gold standard when it comes to sportfish yachts and for good reason. Since day one, their mantra of building a better boat every day is the passion that drives this company.

How much does a Viking 80 cost?

Base model pricing for the Viking 80 Convertible starts at around $9.4 million. A new addition to the Viking lineup has emerged with the unveiling of the 82 Viking at the 2024 Palm Beach Boat Show, stepping in to replace the 80 Viking model.

Base model prices do not include additional options, delivery, customizations, upgraded engine packages, updated features, and more — speak to a Viking specialist today for additional information (833) 701-0472.

These prices may not reflect the final price of this yacht due to the manufacturer’s right to make changes without notice, at any time, in equipment, material prices, and specifications.