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57' Viking Convertible

Discussion in 'Sportfish Yachts' started by CapLady, Aug 23, 2012.

  1. CapLady

    CapLady Senior Member

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    1989 Viking 57 Convertible,
    This Viking 57 is in incredibly great condition. Only has 1600 hours of total use on the yacht and was painted with Awlgrip in April 2011. When you’re on board you’d think you were on a 2002-2004 boat. Interior woodwork is beautiful.

    If you are in the market for a sportfish convertible in this size range you should look at this one. You’ll fall in love with it and save huge over newer.

    This yacht is ready to go and should go through any survey with very little if any findings.

    Contact CapLady, Barbara to see and purchase this yacht.

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  2. CapLady

    CapLady Senior Member

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    Viking 57 Convertible Model Year 1989
    Located in Southeast Florida
    Opportunity: Pre owned Yacht Sale, low hours
    Asking price: US$259,000 Owner has two yachts this one needs to sell!

    Measurements
    Speed and Distance
    Cruising Speed: 22 Kts
    Max Speed: 30 Kts
    Dimensions
    Loa:
    57'

    Beam: 18'
    Draft: 5’3”
    Tanks
    Fuel:
    1500
    Fresh Water:
    200
    Holding:
    75

    Propulsion
    Total Power: 1080 x 2
    Engine Hours: 1585
    Engine Model: Detroit Diesel 12V92
  3. CapLady

    CapLady Senior Member

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    1989 57' Viking Convertible photos


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    For sale at $259,000 in North Miami, FL

    Contact CapLady, Barbara for more information
  4. CapLady

    CapLady Senior Member

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    1989 57' Viking Convertible price lowered

    The price on the 1989 Viking 57 has been lowered to $249,000! With two yachts the owner wants this one sold as soon as possible.

    Contact CapLady, Barbara for more information.
  5. Capt J

    Capt J Senior Member

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    Was this the boat that National Liquidators sold a few years back? I think it was hull #4.
  6. CapLady

    CapLady Senior Member

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    This Viking was sold some time ago. She was in the north Miami area.
  7. CaptainTonyF

    CaptainTonyF New Member

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    I believe this is a boat I used to run for the 2nd owner. If it's the boat I think it is, it was like hull # 3 or 4 and was called "Crapshooter". It was a Rybovich Edition that had a tall tower which appears to have been hacked off. It was kept at Sailfish Marina by the wife of the late original owner and barely used for like 13 years after his death when the boat was approx a year old. Was very nice, original, and really raised fish. We never got skunked and always seemed to do a little better then everyone else that was out fishing the same day. When I cared for it we kept in in Ft. Lauderdale in the fall and winter, Spring in Nassau and Exumas, and summers in Charleston, SC. Was a nice boat and I enjoyed my time on her.

    Tony
  8. Capt Ralph

    Capt Ralph Senior Member

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    Easy how you say that....
  9. CaptainTonyF

    CaptainTonyF New Member

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    Yep, It comes out easy when it's not your doing. That was the original name and the 2nd owner liked it and believed once a boat is named thenit should remain. Anyway, it was a nice boat.

    Tony