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Boat Description

** Owned inTransferable Delaware LLC **

** Owner willing to look at all offers **

IZTAC a 2003 Viking Sport Fishing Yacht that is new to the market and for sale in San Diego, CA This vessel is professionally managed by one of the best in the industry.Viking Yachts has, embarked on a journey into truly advanced technology, design and construction. Each new model employs refinements gleaned from the last model. So to say that each new boat Viking builds is the best its ever built is no exaggeration. The companys goal is perfection, and although theres never been a perfect boat, Viking gets a little closer with each new model.
The 65s entire hull is end-grain balsa composite. Even the stringers are now foam filled except under the engines. Amazingly, the new 65s hull weighs a scant 1,000 pounds heavier than the Viking 58s. Styling has changed a bit. Youll see more crown on the foredeck and flybridge, fewer sharp corners and more soft, radius turns. Frameless windows even have a crown in them to soften the lines.

This is truly an amazing Yacht with lots of equipment ready for any expedition or leisurely cruise for additional information on this 2003 Viking Yacht Sport Fisher Convertible or to set up a showing please feel free to contact the listing agent at any time day or night. This Viking 65 Convertible Sport Fisher Yacht is similar to the Hatteras , Mickelson , Titan Tournament , Donzi , Miller Custom , Newport Offshore , Roscioli , Bertram , Merritt , Nordlund Tribute , Jim Smith , Buddy Davis , McKinna , Ocean Yachts Super Sport , Elliott , Norseman , Ocean Convertible , Rybovich , Striker Sportfish , Blackwell

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name


LOA: 65 ft 10 in
Beam: 18 ft 9 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 1 in
Displacement: 96000 lbs
Deadrise: 16 at Transom

Total Power: 3600 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: MTU
Year Built: 2003
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Port
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 1800 HP
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: MTU
Year Built: 2003
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Starboard
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 1800 HP

Cruising Speed: 21 knots @ 1464 RPM
Maximum Speed: 28 knots

Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (360 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 3 (1800 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 3 (75 Gallons)

Number of cabins: 4
Number of heads: 3

DVD player
Cockpit speakers
Navigation center
CD player
TV set

Inside Equipment
Electric head
Hot water
Air compressor
Battery charger
Bow thruster
Microwave oven
Washing machine
Air conditioning
Sea water pump
Electric bilge pump
Fresh water maker
Manual bilge pump
Deep freezer

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 110V

Outside Equipment/Extras
Cockpit shower
Cockpit cushions
Electric windlass

Electronics & Equipment on Flybridge

– Robertson Simrad AP22 autopilot
– Side Power 40 hp bow thruster
– Sturdy single lever shifters-throttles
– Sturdy emergency shifters-throttles
– Northstar 6100i N2 plotter, video capability
– Northstar 952X GPS map
– Furuno RD-30 digital temperature depth
– Furuno color HD screens Radar Sounder display (2)
– Furuno FCV-1200L color LED sounder
– Furuno 120 mile radar Bird Array
– Furuno T-200 sea temperature
– Icom IC-M 710 SSBIcom
– Icom IC-M504 VHF
– Second Icom IC-M504 VHF
– Alarm panel for bilge-engine-generators-fuel transfer-fire-temperature
– Ritchie compass
– Release helm companion chairs
– Rupp 43 triple spreader outriggers
– Fiberglass hardtop w/built-in cockpit spreader lights
– 12V US-8 teaser reels
– Sony AM/FM stereo w/I-Phone plug
– Halon fire system control
– 3-sided bridge enclosure
– Emergency liferaft
– Freshwater sink
– Flybridge
Air-conditioning evaporators have been moved from the bridge, where most builders put them, to down inside the boat. This freed up a ton of space for additional rod storage on the flybridge. A big refrigerated drink box assures youll only need to make one beverage trip per day to your belowdecks storage.
I like several noteworthy features about this flybridge. First, you could get everyone aboard seated topside for evening harbor cruises and still not be crowded. Second, the helm has plenty of room behind it to move across the bridge to the guest helm seat. Third, a Plexiglas insert in the forward flybridge coaming affords the helmsman a wonderfully clear view of the bow for anchoring and docking.

Cockpit & Forward Deck Equipment

– Custom slightly oblong Tuna Tubes- 4/side
– 8 flush mount rod holders
– Release fish fighting chair
– Fiberglass bait tank
– Storage under deck step
– In-deck fish box
– Transom door
– Aluminum swim boarding ladder
– Glendinning Cable Master
– Aluminum foredeck rails
– Painted aluminum dinghy chalks
– Custom bow bait tank w/rod holders
– Fortress FX-90 anchor
– 300 3/8 chain
– Lewmar stainless steel anchor windlass
– Freshwater washdown
– Foredeck hatches-3
– Novurania 136 w/50 hp Honda
– With rod holders, custom bait tank, Garmin fish finder

Canvas & Cushions

– Full Flybridge Enclosure W / Strata Glass all removable
– Helm Dodger Removable
– Flybridge Seat Cushions
– Helm Seat Covers
– Electronics Covers
– Fighting chair cover
– Dinghy Outboard Cover


– Kenmore oven
– Kenmore 4 burner cooktop
– Bosch stainless steel microwave-convection
– Subzero drawer refrigerators (2 units) Top and bottom loading
– Subzero drawer freezer (1)Top and bottom loading
– Insta-hot water dispenser
– Kenmore trash compactor
– In-Sink 1.5 hp garbage disposal
– Kitchen-Aid ice maker
– Eskimo ice chipper for cockpit box
– Step box cockpit refrigerator
– Cockpit freezer
– Viking flybridge refrigerator freezer
– Sliding drawers for glass ware pantry items

Vessel's Additional Equipment

– Bauer dive compressor
– Charles Iso-Boost shoreline transformer Stbd Side engine room
– Charles Iso-Boost shoreline transformer Port Side engine room
– Sea Recovery Aqua-Whisper 800 gpd watermaker
– Oil change system
– Kenmore stacked washer-dryer
– Vacu-Flush heads
– Marine Air heating air conditioning w/SMX controls

Engine Room

Engine Room
The Viking 65 not only provides ample width through the cockpit access hatch but full standing headroom in the compartment. The extra cabin between the engine room and the master stateroom provides a healthy noise buffer.
As in the cockpit, the word stark comes to mind in the engine room. Systems that need frequent maintenance are positioned conveniently, as are all switches. Additionally, youll find plenty of storage space for tools and spares.

Engines & Generators

– Starboard Engine = MTU 1800hp 3,498 engine hours after a full professional rebuild top to bottom
– Port Engine = NTU 1800hp 998engine hours after a full professional rebuild top to bottom
– Starbord Generator = Onan 21kw 7,724 hours electrical system output rewound injectors rebuilt and with new fresh and salt water pumps fully serviced
– Port Generator = Onan 21kw 7,379 hours electrical system output rewound injectors rebuilt and with new fresh and salt water pumps fully serviced


– 4 Group 31s Optima Gel Cell Batteries for engine start bank 2 per engine
– 4 Group 31sOptima Gel Cell Batteries for House Bank

Audio & Visual

– Salon Flat Screen TV w/DVD player
– Salon Stereo W/Faders for Interior Exterior
– Master Stateroom Flush Mounter Flat Screen TV w/DVD player
– Stereo / CD Player in master Stateroom
– Fwd VIP Flat Screen TV w/DVD player
– Stereo Faders in each stateroom


– Master w/queen berth-storage below, en-suite head
– Forward stateroom w/double portside berth and single starboard berth-storage below, en-suite head
– Starboard stateroom w/upper lower berths, en-suite head
– Crew stateroom w/wider lower berth and single upper berth, en-suite head

Viking's Performance

Fore and aft vision for the helmsman is the best youll find anywhere on this size boat, thanks to the placement of the helm and the notched cutout in the flybridge coaming forward.
The wheel turns like silk; youll experience an immediate response, and small, incremental course changes can be accomplished remarkably quickly. However, turn the wheel hard over and the 65 banks gently, scribing a large arc that doesnt decrease your speed.
Backing down at 6.5 knots in total control, I couldnt get any water at all to enter the cockpit through the scuppers, tuna door or over the cap rail. Looking at the scupper from the inside, I have no doubt that any water that might gather in the cockpit wouldnt be there for very long.
To make a boat this size go fast takes impressive power. Our test boat packed twin 16-cylinder, 2000 series DDC/MTUs into the engine compartment. Each engine produces 1,800 hp at the peak of the torque curve. Top speed according to two GPS units proved an impressive 39 knots. But a far more economical 34-knot cruising speed seemed very comfortable while still cooking right along. Looking from alongside, the 65 appears to run with a very modest bow inclination. But as with most high-speed large convertibles, theres actually a fair bit of hull lifting out of the water. At cruising speed, the ocean meets the hull right about amidships.


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Additional Info

External Links
Viking 65 Brochure PDF
Marlin Magazine Review

Approximate boat location: San Diego, California