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Updated : July 11, 2017
With her recent deckhouse installation now complete, hull number one of Viking's newest express yacht, the 44' Open, is really beginning to take shape. Below, President and CEO Pat Healey (left) and Viking Mullica General Manager John Leek IV (right) look on as the deckhouse is lowered onto the hull of the 44 Open. "She's designed to fish hard yet be equally accommodating when the family wants to take to the water for a relaxing cruise," says Pat. "We're very excited, and the momentum is building as we complete every stage of construction. And this was a big one."
As the 4,233 pound deck connected with her hull, Viking Mullica mechanic Ricardo Garcia keept a careful watch ensuring all mechanical and plumbing elements were clear of the area. Once complete, the 44 Open will displace 46,010 pounds.
From beginning to end, the construction milestone of deck installation takes aproximately three days. The Viking team will go on to reinforce the deck-to-hull joint with through bolts placed every three inches and interior fiberglass tabbing for a bulletproof union of the two pieces.
To give installers the access they need to mechanical and plumbing connections, all hatches are left open. The cockpit and command deck will soon receive their hatch doors and lids, which will all be secured with stainless steel hardware.
The 119-square-foot cockpit is just steps away from the command deck, a favorite feature of express sportfish. The fishboxes, lazarette and other cockpit compartments are rimmed with deep gutters connected to overboard drains.
Updated : June 22, 2017
As we continue to follow the progress of all the models currently on Viking's production line, more specifics have been released by The Viking Yacht Company regarding their fierce new fleet addition, the 44' Convertible - part of their line of 44's which also includes an open option. The newest details on the Viking Yachts 44' Convertible have us getting even more excited to meet the 44 C for the first time when she is privately debuted in January at the Viking VIP Invitational Event and then again publicly at its world premiere at the Yachts Miami Beach boat show February 15-19.
Another example of how the Viking team so flawlessly builds a model within a model, the 44 Convertible will use the same proprietary running surface as the 44 Open, which is scheduled to be completed and launched first. This specific running surface gives her the high performance of a Viking express sportish, coupled with a stylish deckhouse, spacious salon and the plush overnight accommodations of a Viking convertible. Up top she features the largest fly bridge in her class, equally capable of running out to the Northeaster canyons on sporty weather days or crossing over to the Bahamas in sweltering tropical heat. At the helm the captain can expect 360-degree visability from the 44 C's center console walk-around helm and with comfortable plentiful, the helmsman can enjoy a sociable ride with guests while underway. As far as cockpit space goes, anglers will have 119 square feet to get down to business in and they are armed with all the standard equipment needed to hunt big game fish.
After over 50 decades of producing some of the best tournament-contending sportfish yachts known to man, it's pretty clear that no other company has more experience and know-how building convertible fishing boats than Viking does. "We're constantly working to perfect our hull designs," says Paul Raposa, Viking Engineering Manager. "In this picture (right), you can see prop pockets, chines, strakes and the hull deadrise. All these design elements, which are always evolving and getting better, will factor greatly into the 44 C's seakindly and dry ride."
"The 44 C's wave-slicing entry angle gradually flattens moving aft where the deadrise provides lift and support for exceptional performance," says Viking Design Manager David Wilson. "The downturned chines and strakes knock down spray, but also contribute to lift and stability."
Updated : May 8, 2017
With every new yacht launch, the legendary Viking Yacht Company demonstrates their unyielding passion for breaking new ground in the boat-building industry. The latest proof of this dedication to building better boats every day, Viking's mantra for over half a century, can be found in two all-new models, the Viking Yachts 44 Open and Viking Yachts 44 Convertible. These latest additions to the elite fleet are blue-water battlewagons in their own rite and while they are mid-size sportfish they present themselves as big boats in small packages. Setting the bar high for other fish-and-cruise yachts in this class, both the Viking 44 Open and the Viking 44 Convertible offer some of the same, exceptional features found in larger Viking vessels such as a roomy cockpit with signature mezzanine seating and generous interior accommodations for overnights.
Recently, Viking released an interview with John Leek, the general manager at Viking's Mullica factory where hull number one of the 44 Open is currently cruising down the production line. The Mullica factory is responsible for building the smaller boats in the Viking fleet such as the 52 Sport Tower, the 48 Convertible, the 42 Convertible and now the 44 models. John reveals a few behind-the-scenes details on the 44 Open which is set to premiere at the 2017 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in November.
While not yet in the stages of production, the Viking team is currently hard at work laying the groundwork for the 44 Convertible's creation and its first hull will begin the manufacturing process in the very near future. Details about Viking's plans for the 44 Convertible were initially revealed in February at Yachts Miami Beach and more information about the vessel itself and its build timeline have just emerged. It will make it's first, exclusive premier at the Viking Yachts VIP event taking place on February 2nd and 3rd of 2018, located at the Viking Yachts Service Center in Riviera Beach.
As with the Viking 44 Open, the new 44 Convertible is specifically designed for those boat owners who find this mid-range size sportfish to be the perfect fit in terms of their space needs, overall layout and performance. The Viking 44 will be utilizing the conventional drive system of shafts, struts, propellers and rudders. The midship master stateroom and generous salon offer amenities found in much larger boats. The 42 Convertible is still being offered for those customers who prefer the Zeus pod drive system. As Viking did with the 44 Open, they implemented a handful of the most popular options that were ordered with the 42 Convertible and made them standard features in the 44, this includes the standard power of MAN I6 @800 hps. Viking will still continue to offer the very successful 42 Convertible with the Cummins Zeus pod system along with the conventional drive 44.
As these two exciting new models start to take shape on Viking production line, we will bring you updates on the progress. If you are interested in one of these new 44 models or any other available Viking models, please contact us today and Viking specialist will be in touch with you.