YACHT DETAILS

VESSEL DETAILS

Desamis

  • 61'
  • 2003
  • VIKING
  • North Palm Beach, Florida, United States
  • $1,095,000

ABOUT DESAMIS

DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: VIKING
  • Category: Sport Fisherman
  • Model: Convertible
  • Model Year: 2003
  • YearBuilt: 2002
  • Year Refit: N/A
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: United States
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: N/A
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 3/0 - Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
  • LOA: 61' 0" (18.59m)
  • LWL: --
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 18' 2" (5.54m)
  • Min Draft: --
  • Max Draft: 5' 4" (1.63m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: --
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: --
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: --
  • Gross Tonnage: --
  • Water Capacity: 310 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 2,050 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: N/A
  • Heads: N/A
  • Sleeps: N/A
  • State Rooms: 3
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: N/A
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Deck Material: N/A
  • Hull Configuration: N/A
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: N/A
  • Hull Color: N/A
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: N/A
  • Interior Designer: N/A
  • Manufacturer: MTU
  • Model: 16V2000 M91
  • Engine Count: Twin
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel

Vessel Walkthrough

This is the preferred 3 stateroom/3 head VIP arrangement.  Master stateroom with full size queen bed is to port, VIP stateroom with double and single forward and guest/crew with upper/lower bunks to starboard.

Main Salon

The salon entrance features an air-assisted door with an Amtico teak and holly entrance area.  To starboard is a credenza featuring a Corian Tarragon high polished top with cabinets for bar supplies, entertainment/communication equipment, miscellaneous storage and a Clear Ice ice maker.  A cabinet above the credenza contains the main electrical panel.

To port is an L-shaped settee with bar stools at galley overhang.  Bar stools allow for additional seating for entertaining, eating or watching TV.  The large settee features hinged bottom seating for access to the voluminous storage beneath.

The dinette is forward, starboard with teak table and built in seating for 4+ adults.  The bottom seats are hinged for access to the storage beneath.  Above the dinette is a 43" HD TV which is viewed from anywhere in the salon.

Galley

The galley is forward to port.  The galley counter and peninsula are Corian Tarragon high polished.  The galley counter has a sink with Grohe brass fixtures, Franke Insta-hot water, insinkerator food disposal and Corian covered Kenyon 3 burner electric cooktop.

Above the counter is a Sharp convection microwave behind disappearing cabinet doors and 2 large cabinets with 2 deep pull out storage drawers per cabinet. Below the counter are 8 pull-out drawers for cutlery, utensils, dinnerware and place settings, a pull-out trash drawer and 2 large storage cabinets.

The galley peninsula houses 4 Subzero refrigerator drawers and 2 Subzero freezer drawers, the lower with integral ice maker.

Companionway

Starboard behind the HD TV is an abundance of bulk storage accessed from a door. Above the companionway steps is a finished cabinet door with a large pull-out drawer.

At the bottom of the companionway steps to port is a closet with shelves for additional galley storage above and hanging storage for foul weather gear below.  To starboard is a closet with built in Kenmore washer and dryer.

Continuing forward is an entrance to the day head.  Additional under deck storage is available through hatches in the companionway and forward stateroom floors.

Master Stateroom, Amidship to Port

The Master Stateroom to port has become the standard for boats of this size.  Athwart ship queen bed is full-sized (no tapered foot or shoulder areas), has plenty of room to walk around and cavernous storage under with two drawers and full access by lifting the entire bunk.  The aft bulkhead is all mirrored doors which access 2 large cedar lined lockers with hanging storage, shelves and shoe storage. There are 2 night tables, cabinet and drawer storage outboard and an entry credenza and cabinet above.  A 20" LCD televisions is built into the wall with DVD/VCR combo hidden in hanging locker.

VIP Stateroom, Forward

The forward stateroom is the Viking VIP layout featuring a large double bed to port with a single crossover upper to starboard.  There is abundant storage with drawers and bulk storage under the double bed, cabinets under the upper bunk and a large cedar lined hanging locker.  an LCD flat screen television is forward.

The VIP Stateroom has a private ensuite with sink, head and shower.  Mirrored ceiling, Grohe brass fixtures and Amtico teak and holly flooring.

Guest Stateroom, Amidship Starboard

The stateroom to starboard features upper/lower bunks.  There is a storage cabinet with cedar lined hanging locker and lower drawers.  There is private access to a full bathroom with sink, head and shower.  Mirrored ceiling, Grohe brass fixtures and Amtico teak and holly flooring.

Entertainment and Communications

Channel Plus system allows any stateroom TV to view VCR/DVD & satellite TV.  Electronics interfaced to be monitored on salon TV and master stateroom TV

  • KVH satellite TV
  • 3 Direct TV receivers with remote controls
  • URC MS-780 IR/RF remote control for salon
  • Sunfire subwoofer
  • KVH satellite data/internet
  • Elbex CCTV system with cameras for engine room (3) and cockpit (1)
  • Sony STR-DE685 A/V receiver
  • Sony SLV-N77 VCR/TV tuner
  • Elan Z2 cooling fan

Flybridge

Large bridge with extended overhang.  Custom teak helm pod with Release Marine stainless wheel and single lever controls.  Release Marine helm chair package.  The flybridge console has full width electronics boxes with gasketed exam lids for water resistance.  Console boxes port and center contain the electronics, navigation equipment and MTU engine displays.  The starboard box contains the MTU engine and sidepower bow thruster controls and accessory switches.  Electronics are mounted under the console still leaving a large, dry storage space.

Forward of the console are two freezer boxes, the smaller of which can be a refrigerator.  Flybridge seats contain custom rod storage for a full complement of tournament rods and reels.  There is a fresh water outlet forward for easy curtain clean-up and washing down the bridge.

The flybridge frame was custom built with larger diameter and thicker wall tubing to withstand the 40+ knot speeds.  The fiberglass hardtop has a glassed on radar pod.  Miya Epoch US8 electronic teaser reels are mounted underneath the hardtop and accessed via a removable door.

The Rainier Crystal 80mil polycarbonate 3 sided enclosure is as new.

Cockpit

  • Release Marine Sunburst table
  • Release Marine battle saddle with 4 rod holders
  • Release Marine stainless cover plate for pedestal
  • Teak decks with custom made stainless steel hatch pulls
  • Teak steps on flybridge ladder
  • Large freezer
  • Sink with freshwater faucet
  • In deck livewell with circulating pump and drain pump
  • In deck fishbox with drain pump
  • Cockpit boxes port and starboard for all power cord, water fittings and gaff storage
  • Teak covering boards with transom fishbox
  • Teak salon step covering refrigerated drink box
  • Tackle center with 4 drawers
  • Storage cabinet
  • In deck ice box with drain pump and automatic shutoff switch
  • 6 rod holders in teak cockpit coaming
  • 6 rod holders in flybridge haunch
  • Transom fish door
  • Cockpit camera
  • Speakers under covering boards
  • Lazarette is white awlgrip
  • Rocket launchers on flybridge rail
  • Cockpit engine room access
  • Full cockpit cover
  • 24V receptacles under covering boards for electric reels
  • Boat hook/gaff storage under covering boards
  • Electronics and Navigation

  • 2 Furuno VX2-NT chart plotters
  • Furuno FCV-1200L fish finder
  • 2 Furuno GP-320B antennas
  • 2 Icom M-127 VHF radios
  • 2 Furuno MU-120C 12" color monitors
  • Furuno FR-2125 25kW, 96nm radar with 8' open array
  • Furuno RD-30 depth sounder with multi display
  • Icom M-502 VHF in salon
  • Icom M-802 SSB radio
  • Copper grounding system for exceptional SSB reception
  • Ritchie compass
  • MTU electronic engine displays with fuel flow and diagnostics
  • Buell air horns, hidden under flybridge
  • Sirius XM antenna
  • ACR spotlight with remote control
  • Robertson/Simrad AP22 autopilot and heading compass
  • Moritz systems monitor
  • Custom mast for steaming/anchor lights and GPS antenna
  • Cockpit/engine room cameras interfaced to MU-120C
  • Vanner voltmaster battery equalizer
  • 16' digital antennas for VHF (3) and SSB (1)
  • Electrical Equipment

  • Onan 21.5 generator in sound enclosure for quiet operation, 2475 hours
  • Racor diesel/water filter
  • 2 Glendinning cablemaster for 50A cables
  • 8 group 31 batteries
  • 4 24Vv group 31 battery banks
  • 2 BUC smart boosts for 50A shore power
  • 2 Newmar PT24-45F 24V battery chargers
  • Battery parallel switch
  • Deck and Hull

    Distinctive Seafoam Green hull with custom boot stripes.  sleek exterior look with no pulput or bow rail.

    Complete top deck and hull paint job from Viking, 6/2013

    Forward deck anchor locker with freshwater outlet has room for fenders and dock lines, painted in white Imron.

    • Rupp triple spreader outriggers
    • LED style navigation lights
    • 4 Bennett trim tabs
    • 310 gallon fresh water tank
    • Fortress F-55 anchor with 30' 3/8" ACCO G4 chain and 250' 5/8" Samson Super Strong anchor line
    • Sleipner SidePower bow thruster
    • Generator exhaust manifold for side/stern discharge
    • 2 underwater lights
    • 40 gallon black water tank
    • Guardian G-37 anchor with 10' 3.8" ACCO G4 chain and 150' 5/8" Samson Super Strong anchor line
    • Bottom painted and prop speed, 3/2016, at Viking Service Center

    Engine and Mechanical

  • Twin MTU 16V2000 M91, 2030hp each  engines with 1,545 hours
  • New exhaust risers, 3/2015
  • New engine water pumps, 3/2016
  • Large oval exhausts
  • 2050 gallon fuel, 1250 main, 600 mid, 200 forward
  • 2 fuel transfer pumps with manifold and 3 Racor diesel/water filters
  • Dometic AC cooling pump
  • Cruisair reverse cycle a/c units
  • HeadHunter Mach 5 fresh water system with sediment and carbon filters
  • SeaFire FD1500L automatic fire suppression system
  • Eskimo EI600 ice chipper
  • Werther silent air compressor
  • Oil change system with line to cockpit
  • 3 engine room cameras
  • Electronic trolling valves
  • 2 Racor diesel/water filters for each engine
  • Fuel transfer manifold directs fuel to main tank from mid/forward tanks or extended trip fuel bladder
  • 2 A/C circulation pumps with manifold
  • 2 power steering pumps
  • HeadHunter royal flush freshwater central head system with high capacity pump
  • Raritan 20 gallon 240V hot water heater
  • SeaRecovery 800gpd watermaker
  • Built in vacuum system with dust filter
  • Storage platform for (2) 5 gallon oil buckets
  • Engine start/stop switches and analogue gauges
  • Analogue engine room gauges are at entrance so they can be easily checked
  • Work bench above generator in white awlgrip
  • Engine room, bilges and pumps/strainers/seacocks/filters in white awlgrip
  • Tool box above watermaker in white awlgrip
  • Safety Equipment

  • Automatic fire suppression system
  • Zodiac Open Sea 6 person life raft in valise, 2012
  • 2 Jim Buoy life rings
  • ACR GlobalPro EPIRB
  • 3 Portable fire extinguishers
  • 8 Stearns Crewmate commercial life jackets
  • Rope ladder
  • Remarks

    This very custom 61' Viking was built for a discerning owner.  She features the rare upgrade of M91 MTU, 2030hp engines.  The performance rivals todays new build.  Throughout the process no stone was left unturned in an effort to create not only the fastest Viking Convertible ever built, but the finest as well.  From the interior appointments, mechanical and electrical specifications down to the detail of deleting or hiding unnecessary and extraneous rails, antennas, and items this boat shows the effort involved to make it as near perfect as possible.  The level of maintenance is obvious to anyone who sees her.  She stands ready for the new owner.

    Exclusions

    Owner's personal effects, galley plates/utensils/small appliances, fishing gear and tools.
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