Renderings of the new Viking 64 Enclosed Bridge have just been released as the 64 Convertible makes its debut at the 2021 Fort Lauderdale Boat Show. Continuing in their pursuit of building the ultimate sportfishing yacht, it was only a matter of time before an Enclosed Bridge version of the 64C was designed. The 64 Convertible has already sold several hulls since being announced and will undoubtedly be a leader in the 60-70' sportfish category.
Not much information has been released yet by Viking, but we can see from the renderings that the layout will consist of four staterooms and three heads, including a master suite midship that features a king-sized berth. Owners building their own 64EB will have the option for either a VIP suite forward with a queen-sized berth or cross-over berths.
The enclosed bridge is accessed either through a salon staircase or from a ladder near the cockpit door. Aft on the enclosed bridge is the exterior control station that allows the captain excellent sightlines while controlling the boat during a fight. There is also a loveseat portside on the aft deck. As you enter through the salon, the enclosed bridge on the Viking 64 reveals a plush seating area bathed in fine wood and a world-class interior helm station with the latest electronics available. Large windows wrap around the bridge for incredible views. Additionally, a custom tower from Palm Beach Towers can be added with a control station and seat.
The new 64 Enclosed Bridge will offer the same power options as the 64C:
• MAN / V12 1550CRM 1550 MHP Base
• CAT / C32A 1925 MHP Option
• CAT / C32B 2025 MHP Option
• MAN / V12 1900CRM 1900 MHP Option
• MAN / V12 2900CRM 2000 MHP Option
• MTU / 12V 2000 M96X 2002 MHP Option
For more information on pricing, availability, or to see what your current boat's trade-in value is, please contact us at 1-516-623-6060 or by email at Sales@SIYachts.com. Stay tuned to SI Yachts for more information on the new Viking 64 Enclosed Bridge as it becomes available.
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