One of the most popular midsize convertibles ever launched, the first generation Viking 50 is still widely admired for its cat-like agility and comfortable ride.
The first-generation Viking 50 Convertible was one of the best-selling Viking models ever produced. A scaled-down version of the iconic Viking 53 Convertible (1990–98), over 120 Viking 50s were built during its decade-long production run. The standard three stateroom, two head interior mirrors that of her predecessor but with reduced salon and cabin dimensions. Available in a variety of custom decors, the single level salon, galley and dinette offer the perfect setting for entertaining. Below, the amidships master stateroom features a walkaround queen bed and both guest cabins upper and lower bunks. (A two stateroom, two head interior was optional.) A washer and dryer are concealed behind a companionway door. For the veteran angler, the 144 sq. ft. cockpit includes a top loading freezer, bait prep center, removable in deck fishbox and a circulating livewell. Updates in 1997 included newly styled (frameless) deckhouse windows and a newly designed extended flybridge. Standard power in 1991 was 760hp Detroit 8V92s (23 knots cruise/29 top), however those engines were replaced in 1992 with 820hp MANs (26 knots cruise/30 top). MAN 1,100hp engines available after 1995 cruise 32–33 knots (high 30s top) making the Viking 50 one of the fastest boats in her class.
High-gloss teak woodwork, designer fabrics and plush carpeting describe the combined salon, galley and dinette area.
The Viking 50’s extended flybridge provides extra room to move around behind the helm seats. There’s also space for extra rod holders.