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Specifications

Name: 50 Convertible
Length: 50
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 1,000 gals.
Model Years: 2009—2013
Draft: 4'10"
Beam: 17'0"
Water Capacity: 175 gals.
Waste Capacity: --
Length w/ Pulpit: --
Successor to the original Viking 50 Convertible (1991–2001), the second-generation Viking 50 offers a level of luxury and comfort seldom encountered in a sportfishing yacht her size. It goes without saying that Viking practically owns the market for high-end convertibles these days—with Hatteras and Bertram on the ropes (as of mid 2014) the competition is thin indeed. The 50 Convertible is built on a high-tech, fully cored hull with prop pockets and a wide 17-foot beam. Her executive-class accommodations are highlighted by a spacious salon/dinette/galley area with sectional lounge seating aft and an innovative L-shaped galley forward, to starboard, complete with an island counter with two stools. Below, the three-stateroom, two-head layout has an amidships master with an island berth and two guest staterooms with upper and lower berths. Note the washer/dryer in the amidships guest stateroom. Cockpit amenities include two insulated in-deck fish boxes, transom livewell, and mezzanine seating with bait freezer and storage under. Topside, the flybridge comes complete with a teak helm pod and single-lever controls. MAN 1350hp diesels cruise at a fast 35 knots (nearly 40 knots top).

Specifications

Name: 50 Convertible
Length: 50
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 805 gals.
Model Years: 1991—2001
Draft: 4'9"
Beam: 16'4"
Water Capacity: 208 gals.
Waste Capacity: --
Length w/ Pulpit: --
The Viking 50 is best described as a scaled-down version of the Viking 53 Convertible introduced a few years earlier. She’s built on a modified-V hull with a relatively wide beam, a well-flared bow and balsa coring in the hullsides. The three-stateroom layout is similar in most respects to her predecessor, but with reduced dimensions. The master stateroom is amidships, a washer/dryer was standard, and the salon is open to the galley and dinette. Notable features of the Viking 50 include a spacious standup engine room, a huge in-deck fish box, direct cockpit engine room access, and state of the art helm layout with seating for eight. Updates in 1997 included newly styled (frameless) deckhouse windows and an extended flybridge. At nearly 60,000 pounds, the Viking 50 is no lightweight. Standard power in 1991 was 730hp Detroit 8V92s (23 knots cruise/29 top) however those engines were replaced in 1992 with 820hp MANs (26/30 knots respectively). Optional 1,200hp MANs available after 1995 will cruise at a fast 32 knots (high 30s top) making the Viking 50 one of the fastest boats in her class. Over 120 were built during her production run.

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