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The Viking 64 is just one more example, if indeed any were required, of why Viking Yachts practically owns the market for high-end, luxury convertibles. By Viking standards, the 64 was a midsize yacht falling near the middle of their model lineup when she was introduced in 2006. She embodies the same world-class styling, engineering, and luxury that have made this companys products so admired over the years. A mega-wide 19-foot, 2-inch beam results in a huge cockpit with some 180 square feet of working space, including a mezzanine deck. The interior, available with three or four staterooms and three heads, is equally spacious and rivals most motor yachts for opulence. In the salon, for instance, there is a choice of either an L-shaped sofa with bar stools at the galley counter, or a posh U-shaped sofa. Both include a custom hi-lo table as well as a 40-inch plasma TV framed in teak above the dinette. An electrically operated door simplifies egress to the salon from the cockpit. The 64s massive standup engine room is nearly a work of art. Caterpillar 1,825hp C32s cruise the Viking 64 at a fast 32 knots (mid-to-high 30s top). An enclosed bridge model was also available.