Founded by Steve Moynihan in 1979, HMY Yachts has expanded into one of the largest, most diverse, yacht sales organizations in the country. We have the team and expertise that assures you the finest experience possible, whether purchasing or selling a yacht. HMY consistently delivers the results our customers have come to expect.
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The stunning Silver Lining is a 2008 Viking Sport Cruisers that has been extremely well-maintained by the Viking/Princess dealer and she is ready to take you cruising in the lap of luxury today. Her C-32 Caterpillar engines are up to date with a 1000 hour service being performed in May of 2017 and she comes with only 790 original hours. There are a number of highlights found on board Silver Lining some of which include the hi-gloss Natural Cherry interior, Granite countertops in the galley, exceptional amounts of storage throughout, an aft docking station and a 2011 14' Nautica Rib w/ Yamaha outboard, 60HP.
For more information on Silver Lining, a 2008 Viking Sport Cruisers 75' please contact HMY Yacht Sales Professional Jim Henson 206-949-1647 or JHenson@HMY.com.
Like many luxury motor yachts of this style and size class, the 75 Viking Sport Cruisers' main deck offers an open interior layout and thanks to 19 feet of beam there is a distinct sense of spaciousness further enhanced by large side windows in the saloon and an electrically powered sliding glass door to the aft deck. But she offers many unique features as well. For example, you can lower a glass panel aft of the port-side settee, opening the saloon to the aft deck even when the sliding door is shut. With the addition of optional side curtains surrounding the aft deck, the entire space can become a single, climate-controlled, indoor/outdoor area.
Forward of the salon, a single step up leads to the formal dining area and galley to port. Normally the galley is open, but for a more intimate atmosphere, retractable panels can be raised to close off the galley from the rest of the interior. An especially nice feature is a door directly from the galley to the side deck, so crew can bring aboard supplies and stow them without having to pass through the saloon. The lower helm itself is a serious control station, featuring a pair of Ultraleather seats and a full complement of electronics and navigation gear. Even more impressive however is the excellent visibility from here, not just across the bow and to both sides through the large side windows and even a direct line of sight to the cockpit. A side door is located in this area as well for crew convenience. Opposite the helm station is a roomy, circular seating area.
Below deck accommodations are well-proportioned and consist of a four-stateroom, four-head configuration, with the master stateroom amidships, a VIP forward, and guest staterooms on either side of a central foyer. The master suite features a walk around king bed, walk in closet with safe, vanity with chair, ample drawer storage and a Sharp Aquos 26" TV. The ensuite head is spacious highlighted by Mojave Sand Avonite.
For outdoor enjoyment, the flybridge makes for an excellent open-air hang out. Aside from the fully-equipped upper helm with two helm chairs, features of this space include a Bimini top, chill box, electric grill, prep sink, liquor storage, U-shaped settee and sunbed. A Marquipt davit, telescoping, 925 lb. capacity is rigged for the tender. Down on the aft deck there are additional features that encourage guests to spend time outside taking in the sea breezes including a slide down salon window, teak table and chairs, passarelle and cockpit shower. The crew quarters is also privately accessed from the aft deck.
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