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Used Viking 58 Convertible For Sale
The new Viking 58 Convertible introduced in 2018, is the second generation of 58C and is already a tournament champion and deemed best in its class of high-performance family cruising yachts. The first production run of the 58 Convertible spanned nearly a decade, from 1991-2000, and with over 110 boats sold, propelled Viking Yachts to global recognition as a top-notch sportfishing yacht builder. The new design of the 58C is also built on the heritage of another immensely popular Viking model—both generations of the 55 Convertible. Viking’s design and engineering teams have optimized the length-to-beam ratio with the new 58C, using the 55C’s 17’9” beam, to give her additional interior volume, while enhancing the ride. The refined proportions and softer, efficient running bottom allow the new 58C to run faster in the same sea conditions and reach the same top speed of the 55C, using the new optional 10-cylinder MTU engines. Performance is one of the new 58C’s greatest attributes. But there is much more to this lean, efficient, operator-friendly sportfishing yacht.
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Designed to be ideal for an owner-operator or a part-time crew, the 58C benefits from Viking’s decades of engineering and advances in technology, without reducing ease of operation, maintenance, and access to systems. Three feet longer than the 55C, and refinements to the interior layout have benefitted the 58C’s cockpit and salon, giving the cockpit 14 sq ft more area than the 55C. The 165 sq ft cockpit is the largest in the 58 Convertible’s class and is loaded with the standard features expected of a new Viking tournament-ready convertible sportfishing yacht.
The efficiently arranged cockpit features an insulated removable fishbox recessed in the full length of cockpit’s starboard side deck. Two in-deck storage boxes are on portside; the forward unit can be set-up as a livewell. The centerline hatch to the lazarette provides access to an option that has become more popular in recent years—a Seakeeper SK9 or SK16, along with convenient access to steering and drain pumps.
Standard cockpit equipment includes flush mounted rod holders, walk-through transom door with lift gate, a side locker for gaffs, freshwater and seawater washdowns, rounded coamings, and more. A laminated mounting plate for installing a fighting chair, pedestal rocket launcher, or table is built into the cockpit sole. There is plenty of walkaround space behind a full-size fighting chair (optional) and comfortable seating in the shaded observation mezzanine. Mezzanine amenities include Sunbrella cushions and an armrest with drink holders. The portside seat section has a large freezer underneath and a cooler box built into the step below. The centerline seat section lifts to provide access to the gleaming Awlgrip white engine room. A refrigerated cooler is built into the step to salon door. A tackle cabinet with drawers in on the mezzanine starboard side, with an insulated storage box in step below it. As always, owners could select from Viking’s options or other preferences to add or upgrade equipment and amenities to their personal style of fishing or usage.
From the cockpit mezzanine, an anodized aluminum ladder leads up to the flybridge, which features a rounder, efficient walkaround center console style helm with raised teak helm pod and stainless-steel steering wheel. Single lever controls are on either side as are recessed radio boxes with split hinged lids. Electronics are recessed into the upper console and protected by clear acrylic lids. An optional hardtop drop-down box can hold additional electronics. Custom electronics are provided by Atlantic Marine Electronics. Another Viking subsidiary, Palm Beach Towers, can build and install custom towers and more. Starboard and portside lounges and a 2-person forward console seat with built-in drink holders provide ample guest seating, along with a starboard side aft-facing jump seat. Viking has added a freezer and refrigerated drink box in forward starboard and port sides of bridge—no need for a loose cooler. Bridge can be enclosed for weather protection with a Costa Clear zippered enclosure.
The entrance to the wide-open salon, galley, dinette area is through the electronic sliding pocket door on starboard side of cockpit. The galley and dinette positions have been reversed from the 55C layout for greater efficiencies in the interior space. The updated styling is fluid and sleek, with no hard edges or corners. Beautiful high gloss (satin finish is an option) teak or walnut interior joinery creates an elegant, inviting ambiance to relax, dine, and socialize with three distinct seating areas. The 56 Convertible’s U-shaped galley is on portside, forward of the salon’s large L-shaped lounge and mappa burl hi-lo cocktail table. The galley features engineered stone countertops and an angled raised bar with two upholstered bar stools at the inboard end of peninsula counter. The undermounted stainless steel sink, 4-burner electric cooktop, and microwave/convection oven are clustered for convenience and efficiency. SubZero undermounted deep drawer refrigerator and freezer units offer plenty of cold storage for longer cruises and tournaments.
Electrical distribution panels are conveniently located in the salon and galley. For relaxation, the starboard aft cabinetry holds a 50” HDTV on an electric riser and entertainment center with surround sound. Forward on starboard side, the C-shaped dinette with seating for four, follows the flowing lines of the salon cabinetry, for a streamlined companionway from salon entry to belowdecks forepeak stateroom, visually enlarging the interior living space.
Both the 55C and new 58C offer Viking’s standard 3-stateroom/2-head convertible layout for maximum flexibility—cruising or on the tournament circuit. The new 58 Convertible has the master suite positioned on portside (opposite of the 55C) and features an athwartship queen berth with greater walkaround space and larger maple-lined hanging lockers. The HDTV is mounted on the bulkhead opposite the bed. The master stateroom has an ensuite head with large, enclosed shower. The forward guest stateroom can have a centerline queen berth or crossover berths. A Bomar hatch with OceanAir screen shade system is overhead. Amenities include a maple-lined hanging locker, and cabinet and drawer storage. The starboard stateroom features side-by-side bunks and a maple-lined hanging locker with drawer storage. Both guest staterooms can have an optional HDTV installed. Master and guest/day heads have Amtico flooring, electric heads, engineered stone countertops, enclosed shower stalls, storage in lower vanity, and a mirrored medicine cabinet above.
The free-flowing spacious interior is designed for maximum efficiency, comfort, and privacy in elegant luxury whether family cruising or hardcore fishing.
The Viking 58 Convertible has a number of propulsion options. The standard propulsion package is twin 1,400 hp MAN V12 diesel engines. Viking’s options are twin MAN V12 diesels in 1,550 hp, 1,650 hp, or 1,900 hp sizes and the new twin 1,622 hp MTU 10V 2000 M96L diesels. Range with the MTUs exceeds 400 NM at cruise speed (per Viking test data).
The 58 Convertible’s length overall is 58’11” with a beam of 17’9” and a 5’ draft. Gross weight with a standard fuel load is 80,379 lbs. Fuel capacity is 1,502 gallons (optional 1,741 gal.), water capacity is 207 gallons and holding tank is 101 gallons.
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Viking 58 Convertible Boat Review
- By Sam White
- Updated: January 9, 2019
From 1991 to 2000, Viking Yacht Co. sold more than 110 of its now-famous 58-foot Convertibles. At the time, it was the company’s largest boat to date, and it put the New Gretna, New Jersey-based builder squarely on the sport-fishing map as a boatbuilding powerhouse. Eighteen years later, Viking has introduced an updated version of the 58, and it’s a winner right out of the gate.
To check out the new Gen II 58 C, I headed to the company’s annual dealer meeting in Atlantic City, New Jersey, only about 30 minutes from the Viking factory’s location on the Bass River. Foggy weather had rolled into the area, so we had plenty of time to take a look around before departing for a quick sea trial in the waterway — huge swells from Hurricane Florence some 500 miles south of us precluded spending any time in the ocean. On board for the morning were Viking president and CEO Pat Healey, communications director Chris Landry, noted boating writers Karl Anderson and Peter Frederiksen, and Capt. Scott Adams at the helm.
When I ask about the 58 Convertible’s intended spot in the Viking line, Healey talks simplicity. Rather than being overly complicated, this is a boat intended to have everything you need in a serious fishing boat, yet designed and engineered in a way that an experienced owner/operator can easily manage with a part-time crew. She’s an uncompromising, comfortable tournament competitor.
Cockpit and Flybridge
With a teak-decked, class-leading 165-square-foot cockpit, the 58 is clearly designed as a hardcore fish boat. Standard features include a large transom livewell, in-deck fish boxes, side lockers for gaffs, brush handles and chamois mops, a transom door with lift gate, and fresh- and saltwater washdowns. The corners are beautifully rounded, and everything is within easy reach for a crew of anglers and mates. Hull No. 1 was outfitted with a Release Marine rocket launcher mounted on a slightly offset stanchion, which adds several extra inches of space behind it and the step up to the mezzanine; it’s a perfect spot for two anglers to stand while watching the spread.
A Seakeeper 9 gyrostabilizer resides in the lazarette hatch, just forward of the transom. Viking was one of the first boatbuilders to engineer all its new models with the ability to incorporate such stabilizers, and this location offers easy access for routine maintenance.
The 58’s center-console helm on the flybridge mirrors other Viking designs, with dual recessed electronics boxes on either side of the helm station to house VHF radios and other equipment beneath hinged, split lids. A full suite of electronics is protected beneath a clear acrylic spray shield within easy view from the two Release Marine helm chairs, while a drop-down box in the hardtop accommodates additional displays. A second box just aft is home to a pair of Miya Epoch US9 HD electric teaser reels within easy reach of the captain. Bench lounges run along each side of the bridge, with an aft-facing jump seat fitted for the starboard side. The custom Palm Beach Towers tuna tower, along with a pair of 41-foot Rupp triple-spreader outriggers, complements the boat’s aggressive lines.
One key feature of all Vikings is the maximization of interior space, and nowhere else is that more true than in the 58. From the entrance to the forward companionway is a straight line through the salon, giving the appearance of a much larger area. An L-shaped couch is to port, with ample storage underneath for tackle and tools, while the flat-screen HD TV rises from the starboard home theater system. The dinette is opposite the Sub-Zero-equipped galley, countertop and bar to port. The high-gloss-finished walnut cabinets, combined with the gray and cream colors of the interior, give the boat an understated elegant look and feel. Amtico flooring offers low-maintenance durability as well.
The boat’s three-stateroom, two-head layout is artfully executed. The master stateroom is to port, with a queen bed and ample storage beneath and in his-and-hers hanging lockers. To starboard is a side-by-side twin stateroom, followed by a third stateroom forward, available with either crossover berths or a single walk-around queen bed.
Viking’s construction, engineering and mechanical systems are well-known in the industry. The hull is fabricated using resin-infused end-grain balsa core, sandwiched with fiberglass and hybrid carbon-fiberglass fabrics. The integrated fiberglass fuel, water and holding tanks are also resin-infused, with balsa coring on all sides for stiffness, while the main structural bulkheads are built in the same resin-infused process using composite coring material for additional strength. The result is a boat that’s incredibly strong yet light enough to offer outstanding performance.
Heading belowdecks, the first thing that struck me was the spaciousness of the engine room. With just a single generator — an Onan 21.5 kW E-QD located on the port side — and a pair of brand-new MTU V10 2000 M96L engines rated at 1,600 hp each, the engine room seemed even more expansive than usual for a boat this size. All spaces, including the lazarette and forward bilges, are swathed in Snow White Awlgrip urethane.
Performance is another Viking hallmark. Its boats are built to run long distances at high speeds in the open ocean. The 58 cruises at 36 knots and tops out at 41.8 knots with the optional MTU V10 2000 power package. Standard fuel capacity is 1,502 gallons, with an option to increase that to 1,741 gallons. According to the Viking factory specs, the boat’s range at 35.7 knots is 401 nautical miles, putting distant grounds within reach.
The Gen II Viking 58 Convertible made her world debut at the 2018 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, and judging by the interest generated among current and prospective Viking owners, she is already well on her way to legendary status.
*1,741 gal. (opt.)
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Tested: Viking 58C
- By Tom Serio
- Updated: July 10, 2019
When it launched in 1991, the Viking Yachts 58 Convertible was the New Jersey builder’s largest model to date. From 1991 to 2000, Viking built and sold 110 of the 58-footers, dubbed Gen I. That’s a tough act to follow. But Viking is once again aiming for star status, having just raised the curtain on its second-generation 58 Convertible.
The new 58C has a 17-foot-9-inch beam, which is the same width as the builder’s 55-footer , but with a different length-to-beam ratio for enhanced performance. The new hull form also repositions and changes the angle of strakes so water will break behind the house windshield, for a soft, dry and efficient ride.
For big-game battles, the 58C’s cockpit has 165 square feet of teak-covered, fish-fighting space. There’s also a transom livewell, a laminated in-deck backing plate for a fighting chair or a rocket launcher, an in-deck fish box and livewell, and a gaff/mop locker. The teak rocket launcher on Hull No. 1 of the 58C has 11 rod holders, two cup holders and a bait-prep area. Crew can watch trolled baits from the mezzanine seating. A Seakeeper SK9 gyrostabilizer is mounted under the cockpit sole.
For post-battle rest and relaxation, the salon has an L-shaped settee to port with rod stowage underneath. Just forward is the galley, with two stools for breakfast before the lines hit the salt. The U-shaped galley has four Sub-Zero fridge/freezer (with ice maker) drawers, a four-burner Miele electric cooktop, a Sharp microwave/convection oven, a stainless-steel sink with a satin-nickel faucet, and cabinets above and below the countertops. A dinette is across from the galley, and a C-shaped settee for six flanks a high-gloss burl pedestal table.
Interior bulkheads and cabinetry are finished in high-gloss teak (walnut is optional), with a mappa-burl cocktail table, an Amtico sole at the salon entrance and galley, padded carpeting, and a Majilite headliner. There is also a Bose home-theater system with a retractable 50-inch flat-screen TV. While in the salon and galley, anglers can keep eyes on the lines through the aft window.
With a three-stateroom, two-head layout, the Viking 58C has room for the tournament crew or the family. The master is amidships to port and has a walkaround queen berth set athwartships with stowage below. Two closets are here, and headroom is 6 feet, 7 inches. The shower stall has 6 feet, 10 inches of headroom.
The forepeak VIP has a centerline walkaround queen berth (split upper-lower crossovers are optional), a maple-lined locker, and an overhead hatch for fresh air and natural light. A starboard guest stateroom abaft the VIP has side-by-side berths, with one tucked under the companionway staircase. The two guest heads have Amtico soles, Dometic electric toilets, faux-stone countertops and separate shower stalls. Access to the bow thruster and tube is via a sole hatch in the VIP stateroom. Other hatches allow owner-operator access to a lower machinery space that’s fitted with plumbing, wire runs and pumps.
To add to the interior living space, Viking pulled some space out of the engine room, which can be accessed via a door in the mezzanine seating. Headroom measures 5 feet, 10 inches, and there’s space to work around the twin 1,600 hp MTU diesels. The air conditioning units and 700-gallon-per-day watermaker filters are a cozier fit, and a 21.5-kW Onan generator is mounted abaft the engines, on a platform over the portside drive shaft. Viking finishes the 58C’s engine room like a laboratory, in bright white Awlgrip for spotting spills.
From fishability to fit and finish, Viking’s second-generation 58 Convertible has the feet to fill the big shoes that the first-generation model left behind. Star status may, indeed, be on the horizon.
Tricked out with optional twin 1,600 hp MTU 10V 2000 engines, the Viking 58 Convertible rocketed to a top-end speed of 42.5 knots during our time aboard in calm seas, with about a one-third fuel load (around 495 gallons), full water (207 gallons) and three people on board.
Twin 1,400 hp MAN diesels are standard, and options include 1,550 and 1,900 hp MAN diesels. Cruising at 36.5 knots with the diesels consuming 129 gallons per hour yields a 424-nautical-mile range. At her 42.5-knot wide-open velocity, fuel burn jumps to 176 gph for a range of 326 nautical miles.
The 58C holds 1,502 gallons of diesel, and there’s an option to increase the capacity to 1,741 gallons.
Command and Control
The Viking 58 Convertible is commanded from a center-console-style flybridge helm. There is full walkaround access to the helm pod (which is available in teak as an option), and visibility fore and aft is clean from the twin helm seats. Guests can sit on dual bench seats with backrests and on a forward-facing seat built into the helm pod. All seats have vinyl-covered foam cushions. For snacks and sodas, a refrigerated drink box is forward to starboard and a freezer box is to port.
Electronics are housed in recessed boxes that flank the helm with split console covers, and a center recessed console box houses multifunction displays and engine monitors. A drop-down box above can house additional electronics.
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Viking Yachts 58 Convertible
Continuing their recent trend of launching exciting new models, Viking Yachts recently held the world premier of the new 58 Convertible, or 58C, at the 2018 Fort Lauderdale Boat Show in November. The new Viking 58C will be the second generation for this model which previously helped secure Viking as the dominant Sportfish builder in the industry when the original 58 Convertible first launched. “From 1991 to 2000 we sold 110 of our 58 Convertibles,” says Viking President and CEO Patrick Healey. “It was our largest boat at the time and a major milestone for us.” Viking looks to continue the same success with this version of the 58C that will benefit from all of the advancements in materials, construction techniques and equipment, and knowledge gained over the last two decades since the first 58 splashed. “She’s a true offshore thoroughbred,” says Viking Design Manager David Wilson. “The boat is ideal for the owner/operator family man or the hardcore tournament competitor. She’ll compete in performance, engineering and interior accommodations with larger boats, certainly those well into the 60-plus-foot range.”
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Viking's commitment to building a better boat each day has progressed into some exciting advancements in design and accommodations that certainly have improved the owner's experience. Viking has realized that while their DNA is still that of a hardcore tournament angler, most owners today also want the ability to bring family on board with a certain level of comfort. It's also important to keep a crew well-rested when fishing a lengthy tournament. With the high-end composite materials and resin-infusion process that every Viking goes through, the boat is lighter and stronger resulting in larger windows for more light and bigger living spaces. And with space available already built in for a Seakeeper Gyro,
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The fishing spaces aboard the new Viking 58 are simply incredible. With the almost 18-foot beam, the cockpit is spacious and loaded with rod holders, livewells, in-deck fish boxes, and everything an angler could dream up. And measuring at an unbelievable 165 square feet of space in the cockpit, there is plenty of room for maneuvering around the angler battling during a heated tournament. Viking's signature observation mezzanine overlooks the cockpit and provides a great space in the shade to watch the action from the leather seats. Just as exciting as the cockpit it the flybridge of the 58 Convertible which is an oversized space thanks again to the beam and solid construction. The center console walk-around command station on the flybridge is equipped with power-assisted hydraulic steering, single-lever electronic controls with station select and keypad, and electronic trolling valves. 360-degree visibility is excellent in all directions. The captain and companion sit in two pedestal seats. Guests have their choice of lounges that flank the console and an aft-facing jump seat on the starboard side. In true Viking fashion, the accommodations inside are first class. As you walk in from the cockpit, you will immediately notice the L-shaped couch and table across from the entertainment center with flat screen television. The open concept keeps everyone in the salon, galley, and dining area all connected. The galley is stocked with the highest quality appliances and is located across from the starboard-side dinette that comfortably seats four adults. The galley features engineered stone counters, Amtico flooring and a two-stool bar area as well. Under-counter Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer units with deep pull-out drawers, high-gloss teak-faced cabinetry, a four-burner cooktop and a microwave/convection oven will impress even the most discerning chefs that might be on board. Longer fishing excursions require more cold space and more storage to take care of a hungry crew on board and Viking makes sure there is plenty of room. The three-stateroom, two-head layout on the Viking 58 Convertible is customizable depending on what the owner chooses to do with the stateroom layouts. Either the second stateroom can be a forward-placed VIP with queen-sized berth or it can be changed out with cross-over bunks. The master cabin has its head ensuite and features a queen-sized berth and ample storage spaces. There is a washer and dryer placed in between the guest staterooms in the companionway. A Viking Sportfish wouldn't be complete without some serious horsepower and the 58 Convertible is no exception. Owners have a choice of multiple propulsion packages from either MAN or MTU. The first 58 Convertible that will debut at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show comes equipped with MTU V10 2000 M96L 1600HP each diesel engines. With that power, Viking anticipates that the 58C will reach 40 knots and cruise at 35 knots. For more information on the new Viking Yachts 58 Convertible, contact your SI Yachts Sales Professional today.
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- Water Capacity 207 Gal.
- Fuel Capacity 1,502 Gal.
- Length Overall 58' 11
- Max Draft 5' 0
- Displacement 80,379 Lbs.
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- Engine Power 1,600 HP
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Cruising the Moskva River: A short guide to boat trips in Russia’s capital
There’s hardly a better way to absorb Moscow’s atmosphere than on a ship sailing up and down the Moskva River. While complicated ticketing, loud music and chilling winds might dampen the anticipated fun, this checklist will help you to enjoy the scenic views and not fall into common tourist traps.
How to find the right boat?
There are plenty of boats and selecting the right one might be challenging. The size of the boat should be your main criteria.
Plenty of small boats cruise the Moskva River, and the most vivid one is this yellow Lay’s-branded boat. Everyone who has ever visited Moscow probably has seen it.
This option might leave a passenger disembarking partially deaf as the merciless Russian pop music blasts onboard. A free spirit, however, will find partying on such a vessel to be an unforgettable and authentic experience that’s almost a metaphor for life in modern Russia: too loud, and sometimes too welcoming. Tickets start at $13 (800 rubles) per person.
Bigger boats offer smoother sailing and tend to attract foreign visitors because of their distinct Soviet aura. Indeed, many of the older vessels must have seen better days. They are still afloat, however, and getting aboard is a unique ‘cultural’ experience. Sometimes the crew might offer lunch or dinner to passengers, but this option must be purchased with the ticket. Here is one such option offering dinner for $24 (1,490 rubles).
If you want to travel in style, consider Flotilla Radisson. These large, modern vessels are quite posh, with a cozy restaurant and an attentive crew at your service. Even though the selection of wines and food is modest, these vessels are still much better than other boats.
Surprisingly, the luxurious boats are priced rather modestly, and a single ticket goes for $17-$32 (1,100-2,000 rubles); also expect a reasonable restaurant bill on top.
How to buy tickets?
Women holding photos of ships promise huge discounts to “the young and beautiful,” and give personal invitations for river tours. They sound and look nice, but there’s a small catch: their ticket prices are usually more than those purchased online.
“We bought tickets from street hawkers for 900 rubles each, only to later discover that the other passengers bought their tickets twice as cheap!” wrote (in Russian) a disappointed Rostislav on a travel company website.
Nevertheless, buying from street hawkers has one considerable advantage: they personally escort you to the vessel so that you don’t waste time looking for the boat on your own.
Prices start at $13 (800 rubles) for one ride, and for an additional $6.5 (400 rubles) you can purchase an unlimited number of tours on the same boat on any given day.
Flotilla Radisson has official ticket offices at Gorky Park and Hotel Ukraine, but they’re often sold out.
Buying online is an option that might save some cash. Websites such as this offer considerable discounts for tickets sold online. On a busy Friday night an online purchase might be the only chance to get a ticket on a Flotilla Radisson boat.
This website (in Russian) offers multiple options for short river cruises in and around the city center, including offbeat options such as ‘disco cruises’ and ‘children cruises.’ This other website sells tickets online, but doesn’t have an English version. The interface is intuitive, however.
Buying tickets online has its bad points, however. The most common is confusing which pier you should go to and missing your river tour.
“I once bought tickets online to save with the discount that the website offered,” said Igor Shvarkin from Moscow. “The pier was initially marked as ‘Park Kultury,’ but when I arrived it wasn’t easy to find my boat because there were too many there. My guests had to walk a considerable distance before I finally found the vessel that accepted my tickets purchased online,” said the man.
There are two main boarding piers in the city center: Hotel Ukraine and Park Kultury . Always take note of your particular berth when buying tickets online.
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Even on a warm day, the headwind might be chilly for passengers on deck. Make sure you have warm clothes, or that the crew has blankets ready upon request.
The glass-encased hold makes the tour much more comfortable, but not at the expense of having an enjoyable experience.
Getting off the boat requires preparation as well. Ideally, you should be able to disembark on any pier along the way. In reality, passengers never know where the boat’s captain will make the next stop. Street hawkers often tell passengers in advance where they’ll be able to disembark. If you buy tickets online then you’ll have to research it yourself.
There’s a chance that the captain won’t make any stops at all and will take you back to where the tour began, which is the case with Flotilla Radisson. The safest option is to automatically expect that you’ll return to the pier where you started.
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Since its debut, the second-generation 58 Convertible has received a plethora of five-star reviews from journalists, Viking dealers and captains who’ve raved about her bone-dry ride, nimble handling, large cockpit, free-flowing spacious interior and a host of other attributes. And as the first owners began to take delivery, word was spreading throughout sportfishing ports around the globe that the Viking Yacht Company has delivered yet another blue water champion destined for greatness.
“We’re successful with every model we release, but there are times when you hit one right out of the ball park,” says Viking President and CEO Pat Healey.
The Viking Yacht Company sold more than 110 of its first-generation 58 Convertible from 1991 to 2000, helping build the New Gretna, New Jersey, company into a sportfishing powerhouse. “It was our largest boat at the time and a major milestone for us,” says Pat. Eighteen years later, Viking’s “Gen II” 58 C is once again leaving the competition in its wake and staking its claim as not only a tournament champion but the best high-performance family cruising yacht in its class.
Fishermen and cruisers alike are always hungry for new designs, new ideas and innovation—and Viking has been ringing the dinner bell since 1964. “We are not taking old concepts and knocking the cobwebs off of them,” says Pat. “Our Gen II 58 and all of our boats are new designs.”
An Evolution of the 55
Our new 58 C builds on the success of the Gen I 58, but its pedigree also includes two generations of the 55 Convertible. The latest 55 has dominated the mid-50-foot range since 2012, while the iconic first-generation of the 55 Convertible stands out as one the most important boats in Viking’s storied history.
“Our design, engineering, boatbuilding and tournament experiences over the past 18 years evolved into the 58 that we have today,” says Pat.
The 58 C is longer than our most recent 55 Convertible, but maintains the same 17’ 9” beam. “We believe we have optimized the length-to-beam ratio, giving the 58 C an enhanced ride and additional interior volume,” says Viking Design Manager David Wilson. “This boat can run faster in the same sea conditions because the bottom is softer, more refined and efficient.”
The underbody hull form allows the 58 C, despite its greater size, to achieve the same top speed as the 55 C, and with more efficient 10-cylinder engines.
The performance of the new 58 C has been its most lauded attribute so far. The boat has exhibited an incredible ability to keep spray down, running clean with its molded strakes guiding the water to break just aft of the house windshield. These performance attributes are due, in part, to the aggressive positioning of the strakes as well as their downturned angle and radiused shape.
“It’s more than just the strakes, though,” says Dave. “Other critical factors include the speed and balance of the boat; its center of gravity; trim and shaft angle; and engine installation. All of these elements were scrutinized from the previous models and adjusted over the years. This is what we do—build a better boat every day.”
All areas benefit from the 58 C’s larger size, particularly the cockpit and the salon. The 58 C’s cockpit is 14 square feet larger than the 55 C’s while still providing a full-featured mezzanine with a shaded seating area and beautifully upholstered cushions; freezer, cooler, bait and tackle storage; and engine access.
The main difference in the interior layout of these two boats is that the galley-and-dinette arrangement has been reversed. The 58’s galley is on the port side, while the dinette takes the starboard position. The result: a more streamlined layout with a convenient companionway that extends in a straight line from the starboard-side salon door all the way to the forepeak. Below, the master stateroom is now on the port side with an athwartships bed that allows for increased walkaround and hanging locker space.
Ideal for the owner/operator or the owner who wants to utilize a part-time crew, the 58 C benefits from Viking’s industry-leading engineering and technological advancements without sacrificing ease of operation, maintenance and access to operational systems. Our design, engineering and manufacturing teams scrutinized every material and method used to build the boat and each and every system to come away with a lean, efficient and operator-friendly sportfishing yacht. “We were determined to keep weight down,” says David. “When it comes to speed and performance, every pound counts.”
Efficiency can be seen in every area throughout the boat, including the mechanical systems in the engine room and lazarette. While two generators are offered, the standard 21.5 kW unit delivers more than enough power for everyday uses. That same engineering flexibility exists for gyro stabilization. Although we offer both the Seakeeper SK 16 and Seakeeper SK 9, the latter provides a very high level of stability.
Control of the electrical systems is easily managed, with conveniently located distribution panels in the salon and galley equipped with simple-to-use and clearly labeled conventional switches. Below the water, a series of dedicated pumps for the air conditioning, live wells, washdown and other seawater-fed components have been designed, engineered and installed for durability and longevity.
Cockpit & Mezzanine
At 165 square feet, the 58 Convertible’s cockpit is the largest in its class—a full 12 square feet bigger than its closest competitor. All of the cockpit’s lids open and close via stainless steel gas pistons. Their undersides are rimmed with thick gasketing, and deep gutters around the hatch openings ensure quick drainage. The centerline lazarette houses the Seakeeper and provides access to the steering and drain pumps in the Snow White Awlgripped bilge. The starboard-side full-length fish box is insulated and removable, while the port side contains two in-deck storage boxes. The forward unit can be rigged as a live well.
The cockpit sole is built with a laminated mounting plate for fighting chair, rocket launcher or table installations. Standard cockpit equipment includes flush-mounted rod holders; a side locker for gaffs; a walk-through transom door with lift gate; rounded coamings and toe kick space for comfort and balance; and fresh and seawater wash downs.
A comfortable place to take in the action without interfering with the anglers, the observation mezzanine has Sunbrella covered cushions with an armrest that holds a pair of drink holders. The port-side seating has an underneath freezer with cooler space on the step below. The centerline seating provides access to the engine room; there’s also a refrigerated drink box undermounted in the step leading to the salon. On the starboard side, you have a tackle cabinet with a push-release door and drawers, as well as an insulated storage box in the step below.
A one-piece anodized aluminum ladder leads to the flybridge. Powder-coated aluminum handrails are conveniently located above the ladder and at the helm. The flybridge’s extended overhang, closed in by an anodized aluminum aft railing, gives you extra room behind the helm and companion seats.
The flybridge features a new design for the center console walk-around helm, with a more radiused shape that gives it a sleek look but also maximizes space. A stainless steel steering wheel and single-lever controls are mounted on a raised teak helm pod. Dual recessed radio boxes with standard hinged split lids flank the wheel. Recessed electronics are installed in the upper console, easily viewable and protected from the elements by acrylic fitted lids with gaskets and stainless steel gas pistons.
Atlantic Marine Electronics and Palm Beach Towers, both Viking subsidiaries, provide custom electronics and tower installations. An optional powered drop-down hardtop box can hold even more electronics.
Guests have their choice of port and starboard lounges, a two-person forward console seat and an aft-facing jump seat on the starboard side. A freezer and a refrigerated drink box are conveniently located in the port and starboard forward corners. A Costa Clear enclosure provides weather protection and gin-clear views.
Salon, Galley & Dinette
Step inside the salon and you immediately notice the spaciousness of the layout. Air conditioning registers are concealed behind the valances to reduce noise and drafts, while enhancing air flow.
High-gloss teak or walnut are offered for the 58 C’s interior. A satin finish is an option. Privacy and comfort are the hallmarks of every Viking yacht interior, and the salon of the 58 Convertible brings these elements to the next level by providing three unique living and entertaining areas. After a day of patrolling the canyons for billfish and tuna, the port-side L-shaped lounge (with underneath storage), which faces the starboard-side HD TV that rises from the starboard-side cabinetry, is a wonderful place to relax and plan tomorrow’s adventures. A hi-lo mappa burl cocktail table is standard and adds versatility to the space.
Sub-Zero under-counter refrigeration makes it easy to make sandwiches or grab snacks while keeping an eye on the action in the cockpit through the salon’s aft window. The galley counters and raised bar are topped with engineered stone that artfully complements the teak or walnut cabinetry and the Amtico flooring. The stainless-steel sink, microwave/convection oven and four-burner electric cooktop are nested for convenience and practicality. Storage is abundant throughout, and when it’s time to sit down for meals or to relax, the bar stools and starboard-side dinette accommodate a crowd with ease.
The three-stateroom, two-head layout offers maximum flexibility for cruising as well as campaigning on the tournament trail. Air conditioning with reverse cycle heat and temperature control; wall-to-wall carpeting, overhead LED lights; decorative under-bed rope lighting; Handcraft innerspring mattresses with quilted designer bed spreads; and recessed stereo speakers are some of the comforts and conveniences found in all three staterooms.
As you would expect from Viking, the master suite is especially spacious and elegant with an athwartship queen walk-around bed and upholstered headboard that faces an HD TV mounted on the inboard bulkhead. Storage includes a credenza, drawers under the bed, end tables, and his and her maple-lined hanging lockers.
The forward guest stateroom comes with either a single walkaround queen or crossover berths. An overhead Bomar foredeck hatch comes with the Ocean Air screen shade system. Rounding out the amenities are a spacious maple-lined hanging locker, reading lights, rope lighting behind the valances, and storage drawers and cabinets.
In the starboard stateroom, you have side-by-side bunks, a maple-lined hanging locker with drawer storage underneath. An optional HD TV can be installed in both guest suites.
The master and guest heads feature Amtico flooring, electric heads, engineered stone countertops and satin nickel hardware. There’s storage in the lower vanity, and the upper vanity includes a mirrored medicine cabinet with doors. The beautifully finished enclosed showers also have satin nickel fixtures and are equipped with a drain that leads to an automatic sump pump in the bilge.
Our building materials and methods maximize strength in an efficient build that reduces weight wherever possible. Our shipwrights use a modified epoxy resin in the hull skin. The hull is built with resin-infused end-grain balsa core, sandwiched with fiberglass and hybrid carbon-fiberglass fabrics. The integral fiberglass fuel and holding tanks are also resin infused with balsa coring on all sides for stiffness. The main and intermediate engine room bulkheads and the forward bulkheads are built in the same resin-infused process but with composite coring material.
Propulsion & Engine Room
A pair of MAN V12 1400CRM (1400 MHP) engines serve as the standard propulsion package. MAN V12 1550CRM (1550 MHP) and MAN V12 1900CRM (1900 MHP) engines as well as the new MTU 10V2000 M96L (1622 MHP) engines are optional. With the MTUs, the Viking 58 Convertible hits 42 knots at the top end and cruises at 36 knots, depending upon load, sea, hull bottom, propeller conditions and ambient temperatures. Range exceeds 400 nautical miles at cruise speed.
The 58 C maintains Viking’s reputation for engine room excellence with top-shelf machinery and industry-leading design and engineering. Systems include Delta-T ventilation and water suppression; automatically or manually operated fire suppression tied into the main engine and generator ignitions; integrated engine mounting for efficient transfer of energy to the drive train; and oil changing. Of course, all of these systems are mounted with superb precision and attention to detail in an immaculate engine room painted with Snow White Awlgrip for visibility and ease of maintenance.
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