The Viking Yacht Company has celebrated over five decades in business. Building luxury performance sportfishing and cruising yachts. It was started by brothers Bob and Bill Healey in 1964 when they bought Peterson-Viking Builders, which was a small, struggling New Jersey builder of 37-foot, wooden sportfishing boats. Since then, Viking Yachts has grown to become a world leader in semi-custom fiberglass yacht production, with over 4,000 Vikings delivered.
The Viking 68 Convertible: Viking continues its dominance of the sportfishing yacht industry with the introduction of the Viking 68, a four-stateroom blue-water convertible with unmatched performance, bulletproof construction, luxury interior accommodations, and advanced propulsion and boat-control technologies.
The Viking 68c is a go-anywhere boat, designed as a tournament-ready offshore runner and a cruising yacht with all the amenities you would need for years on the water.
A Hatteras Yacht does not aspire to offer a luxury. That is where we begin. It is beyond that point – and within the experience, each voyage offers – that you start to understand the real Hatteras difference.
Hatteras Convertible was forged in the crucible of the rough seas of North Carolina cape. The heritage is still very much alive in the rugged fiberglass sportfish we build today.
Hatteras GT Series Convertibles, which range from 54 to 70 feet, can go offshore to hunt big game when many other boats have to stay on the porch.
At Atomic Tuna, our favorite is the GT45X with Flybridge Option. A tournament-ready Yacht, which features a state-of-the-art upper helm, battle-ready outriggers, and top-end speed in the mid-40s.