Four (4) stateroom, three (3) head model.
Entering salon, there is an L-shaped sofa to starboard and teak storage counter top and cabinets. To port forward is the galley with bar seating for two and granite counter tops. To starboard is the dinette and a 42" Fujitsu LCD Television. Down three steps is the owner's stateroom to port with queen bed, lots of drawer storage and sufficient hanging closet, large head & shower ensuite. To starboard is twin cross-over berths with entrance to head and shower forward that is also accessible from the companionway. Forward to starboard is stacking washer and dryer with laundry storage across the companionway. Forward and to starboard is additional stateroom with over under berths and storage. Forward is the VIP stateroom with queen berth and ensuite head & shower, plenty of storage and flat screen TV.
Spacious and well lite the main salon has a dinette to starboard, a U shaped galley with granite counter tops ands Sub Zero refrigeration to port and a large ultra-leather settee aft. A 42 inch flat screen is mounted on the bulkhead above the dinette.
• Air Conditioning with reverse cycle heat and SMX Controls
• Custom Window Blinds
• Carpeting with sound absorbing padding
• Satin Teak interior finish throughout
• Amtico ® flooring salon entrance for easy access to electrical panel
• Full custom fitted carpet covers and slip covers for furniture when in tournament
• Custom moccasin headliner throughout
• "L" shaped ultra-leather sofa with storage beneath
• Bose ® Home Theater System
• Fujitsu LCD 41" Flat Screen Television
• Kenmore "Clear Ice" Icemaker
• Automatic Electric Sliding Door
• Wine Cooler
The granite countertops provide a rich and luxurious feel. The bar stools and dinette seating offer room for several companions while entertaining or dining.
- Amtico custom flooring in galley
- Teak dinette table with teak pedestal
- (4) Burner electric cooktop
- Exhaust fan
- Garbage disposal
- Subzero refrigerators, four drawers in two units
- Subzero freezer, two drawers in one unit
- Microwave convection oven
- Stainless steel undermount sink
- Upper galley storage cabinets with deep pullout drawers (four drawers in two cabinets)
- Spice cabinet in end of galley island
- Lower galley cabinets and drawer storage
- Overhead Xenon lighting on dimmers
All instrumentation and electronics are cleanly stowed in a tilt up display keeping them clean and dry from the elements when at dock. The entire helm area is neat and orderly and has been made "Tournament Ready" with black outs.
Console walk-around helm with electronic stowage in a raised pod with additional stowage below & seating in front. Additional seating port & starboard with storage under
Palm Beach Tower hardtop with built-in quartz lights and hull color matched underside
Custom stainless steel steering wheel
(3) Release ladder back helm chairs
Three sided enclosure
(6) rod holders at rail
Electronic trolling valve controls
Caterpillar Instrumentation in drop down box
Fire system control with automatic and manual discharge and override system located at console
Fresh water outlet forward locker
Fuel gauge located in cabinet at console
Lighted compass, flush-mounted on centerline
Manual engine shutdown switches at cabinet in console
Moritz Octoplex touch screen control panel with audible and visible alarms
Nonskid deck for traction and durability
Port and starboard cabinet at aft end of lounge seating
Port, starboard and forward lounge seating with vinyl covered foam cushions hinged for access to storage and rod storage under seats
Power assist steering
Single lever control handles
Fold down instrument box with CAT engine display
Recessed electronics box in console for custom electronics package
Recessed radio boxes, large radio box on port and starboard side of console
Refrigerated top loading chill box at forward starboard corner for keeping drinks and snacks accessible from the bridge
Refrigerated top loading freezer box forward
Stereo speakers flush mounted to aft ends of bridge with volume control in radio box
Octoplex® Electrical Panel with Touch Screen Controls
24V DC Ship's Service Throughout
110V outlet in engine room on aft bulkhead
Anchor Light / Navigation Lights
Batteries, (2) independent 24V banks mounted in fiberglass storage boxes
Battery parallel system for main engines and generator start
Bonded electrical system with ground plate
AC interior lighting dimmers throughout excluding the companionway
Engine Room recessed lights, AC/DC with switch at engine room entrance
(2) ASEA Power System Converters 50/60 Hz
Glendinning Cable Master for 50A shore power and additional 50A Inlet
Master Electrical control provided through Moritz Octoplex Power Distribution System utilizing a redundant Can Bus control for AC DC remote breaker electrical systems
120V duplex receptacles with GFCI protection throughout
Author: Dean Travis Clarke
Precious few boatbuilders lay claim to the kind of success enjoyed by Viking since the Healey brothers purchased the company from Petersen-Viking Yachts back in 1964. They reached a high level of success by consistently making significant improvements to each successive design, rather than simply filling size gaps in their lineup. True to this tradition, the company's new 60-foot convertible incorporates all of the proven Viking innovations, while moving forward to set new benchmarks in performance and style.
Borrowing a page from the megayacht playbook, Viking now allows you to transfer fuel from one tank to the other from the flybridge helm station. Not only a convenience for long ocean crossings, shifting fuel from the aft tank forward allows you to make up about five inches of draft - a real boon in some shallow-water slips in the Keys, Bahamas and elsewhere.
One thing Viking now does on every new boat is fine-tune the props quickly and inexpensively to optimize performance. Historically, getting the right prop for a boat involved equal parts science and voodoo. Builders just kept changing props until the right rpms and loads were reached. It often took weeks.
Now, thanks to a company called Veem Propellers, anyone can adjust the pitch of their props by sliding in a composite strip along the prop's edge, without having to haul out. This also works terrifically for those who take their boats on long cruises - like down to the islands or over to Mexico. You can adjust your prop for all the added weight you have to carry on the crossing and then readjust for optimum fishing performance.
As you'd expect, this 60 sports a mezzanine in the cockpit - perfect for watching the baits in high style and comfort. However, I did find it a bit of a chore to access the engine compartment through the mezzanine since you need to lift the seat back and remove the seat cushion before lifting the hatch.
A refrigerated box does away with any on-deck portable coolers. You can carry a day's worth of rigged baits in several layers. I never understood spending millions on a fancy boat and still needing an ugly cooler sliding around the cockpit.
Customers dictate the cockpit layout, and chose the placement and position of livewells, fish boxes, refrigerators, freezers, barbecue grills and so on. And you'll find plenty of room for all of it - this cockpit can accommodate a game of half-court basketball.
Viking really excels at the effective use of what could be considered dead space on most boats. In places that you can't even access on many boats (such as under side walkways), Viking provides stowage for gaffs, mops, wet chamoises and other cockpit necessities.