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Florida Yachts International
48' Viking Convertible 2002
Open to trade-ins. Financing is available.
The Viking 48 Convertible is yet another example of why Viking so dominates the market for premium, executive-class convertibles. It isn’t just beautiful styling that sets her apart from the competition; what makes the Viking 48 special is her redundant engineering, exemplary finish, and superior open water and shallow keel, the interior is big for a 48-footer. The layout is arranged with the galley and dinette forward in the salon with a choice of two or three staterooms below. It includes two full heads as well as a standard washer/dryer adjacent to the companionway steps. Varnished teak cabinets, rich designer fabrics, and deep pile carpeting are applied throughout the interior.
The spacious 130-square-foot cockpit sports a recessed fish box,bait-prep station, and direct access to the spacious engine room.
The bridge ladder is positioned over the salon steps to save cockpit space. A terrific open-water performer, 1,100hp MANs will cruise the Viking 48 Convertible at an honest 30 knots (34–35 top).
Spacious salon features an ultra-leather L-shaped sofa with abundant storage beneath hinged seats. The hi-lo cocktail table can accommodate two additional guests for dining. The entertainment center to starboard houses the main electrical panel next to the door for easy access from on deck.
Wide beam allows a large cockpit and spacious salon, large galley, dinette, and L-shaped sofa; two-stateroom layout
with two heads.
U-shaped galley with Corian counter tops, sink, and stove top covers; overhead cabinetry with large pullout drawers.
Dinette is ultra-leather with hinged seats and storage beneath, and teak pedestal table.
Master stateroom forward, with walkaround pedestal queen bed that lifts on gas shocks to access storage beneath; additional drawer at foot of bed; teak cabinetry housing a cedar-lined hanging locker and wall lockers; and en suite head.
Guest stateroom is to port, with over sized upper and lower berths and private access to the guest
The guest head can be privately accessed via the guest stateroom, but a second access door from the companionway provides daytime access.