Rare West Coast Opportunity
2021 Viking 62 Convertible SEA WALKER offers the undeniable Viking performance and reputation in addition to a very custom contemporary interior loaded with distinctive design elements and details throughout. SEAWALKER with less than 700 hours on optional MTU M96 1945hp twin 21.5 kw Onan, Seakeeper SK26, Fiberglass staircase, stainless steel rails, Tuna tower center ladder, teak soles cockpit and bridge, Meticulous condition with warranties.
The 62 Convertible is a blue-water showpiece in the Viking tradition, a legacy that spans more than a half-century. From bow to stern, the 62 Convertible is an overachiever in its class delivering contemporary styling, performance, extraordinary maneuverability and outstanding accommodations all with the simple purpose to exceed your expectations. Whether your goal is a half-ton blue fin tuna or a vacation cruise with the family, the Viking 62 can do it all and so much more.
|Location||Marina Del Rey, US, CA|
|Vessel Name||SEA WALKER|
|Horsepower||Combined 3890 horsepower|
|Draft - max||5.17 ft|
|Fuel Tank||2155 gallon - tank(s)|
|Holding Tank||152 gallon - tank(s)|
“Sea Walker" is a custom Southern California Viking Sixty-Two. The team at Viking Yachts has incorporated a long list of unique features and designs into this magnificent Sportfisher. The elegance of form and detail defines the concept of this very exceptional predator. This is truly a luxury modernists Sportfisher that incorporates all the requirements of a tournament level competitor. The impressive Palm Beach tuna tower is ceramic coated to preserve from future salt corrosion with a 6’ gap and center ladder are equipped with hydraulic 38” Rupp outriggers (also Clear Kote ceramic coated), electric teaser reels are also incorporated into the fiberglass top. EZ2CY three sided enclosure. The aft tower legs are mounted into the side of the house to allow easy access to the bow with a full length west coast stainless steel bow rail and fiberglass bow tank.
The three stateroom arrangement, island galley, cross over bunks forward, midship master stateroom to port and the optional midship starboard walk-in tackle room are just a few of the custom interior ordered features. From the natural teak soles of the cockpit up the staircase to the flybridge to the varnished white oak and teak interior soles throughout the salon, galley and companionways are all genuine hard woods. The floating teak settee opposite the galley is a beautiful achievement in terms of design, appearance and function. The settee is lighted beneath and behind and gives the appearance the seat is unattached from the backrest and floating finished with a high gloss finish. The two polished stainless steel, high gloss teak barstools are extremely comfortable and provide immediate visual stimulation. The island galley with white Corian Cameo countertops with a 90 degree eased edge offer a clean and simple galley surface. The custom Kohler Prolific stainless steel sink and Watermark red handled faucet provide a clean unique feel and appearance. Six Subzero undercounted refrigerated / freezer drawers keep things cool in the galley. Fisher & Pykel four burner glass cooktop heat things up.
Four steps down from the salon the opening to the tackle room becomes exposed on the starboard side. The opening was enlarged and what once was a door was deleted to give better access to and from the tackle room as well as the starboard head. The challenge many boats are faced with is accompanying the wide range of gear and equipment in an organized fashion. The tackle room found aboard "Sea Walker” provides an excellent solution to the problem and opportunity to showcase the owners gear. It's centrally located and opens the boat up at the base of the companionway steps. The owners change of plans has postponed the commitment to positioning of the rod racks. The teak paneled area designated for rods is accent lighted with LED strips above and situated to best utilize the area for 6 to 8’ rods. All of the drawers were designed to accommodate various reels, dive tanks and tackle.
With nearly 19 feet of beam the salon resembles a stately great room, lush with individually chosen planks of random, natural teak, which define the deckhouse with an aura of richness and custom appointments, including white oak & teak table tops and custom White Corian Counter tops and backsplasch treatments. Three distinct gathering spaces collectively frame the salon, dinette and galley areas, yet each flow into one another to maximize sociability and practicality. Excellent use of space can be seen with abundant stowage throughout the galley including under counter refrigeration, while a 46-inch flat screen television reveals itself at the touch of a switch as it rises from the cabinetry. Blinds accent the tinted salon windows, which encourages natural light to illuminate the salon, while blinds provide shade when needed or privacy after hours. Air conditioning flows discretely from behind the teak valances, complemented with decorative rope lighting
The bi-level 172 square-foot cockpit is the result of thousands of hours on the tournament trail. On the upper level Viking’s innovative observation mezzanine is designed to keep guests cool and dry thanks to the bridge overhang, as well as clear of the angler and crew working in the lower cockpit. Lifting the hinged seat lids beneath the Sunbrella cushions exposes a freezer and engineroom access. A lower level compartment stows bulky gear, while tackle drawers are built into a molded console to starboard. A refrigerated drink box doubles as the salon entrance step. The lower level cockpit is professionally outfit- ted with flush rod holders, fresh and raw-water wash down systems, a transom fish box, rounded coamings with indirect rope lighting below, side lockers for tag stick and gaff stowage, a quick disconnect fitting for oil changes for the engines, transmissions and generator, port and starboard in-deck insulated fish and stowage boxes, and stereo speakers just to name a handful of standard features. T
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.
Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing.