The 62 Convertible is a showpiece in the Viking tradition with a fusion of leading edge engineering. To optimize its strength to weight ratio, the composite cored Hull is resin infused with a high modulus of Dupont's Kevlar, carbon fiber and knitted fiberglass laminates selected to reduce weight while increasing the overall physical properties of the structure. Similarly, interior Stateroom and hanging locker doors, as well as cabinet fronts throughout the yacht incorporate honeycomb coring for further weight reduction.
Abundantly detailed, the profile of the 62 Convertible makes a powerful statement. The unbroken sheer sweeps gracefully bow to stern. Nearly eight feet of freeboard at the bow along with the gentle crown on the flush foredeck is aesthetically pleasing to the eye, and increases the headroom in the Forward Stateroom. A newly designed Engine Room vent fascia with longitudinal fins give the boat the illusion of speed even at rest, while keeping the machinery space dry and supplying a rush of combustion air.
Walking into the Salon is a delight to the senses and your first impression will be that you are aboard a much larger yacht. With nearly 19 feet of beam, the expanse resembles a stately great room, lush with individually chosen planks of random, natural teak each one featuring a tight, fine grain that defines the area with sense of richness and custom appointments. A home theater system includes a 46-inch flat screen television, which rises from the teak cabinetry and an audiophile Bose system. The serving island, a Viking innovation, is topped with custom granite, as are all of the counters in the L-shaped Galley. The island is ideal for prepping meals at the dock or under way, and allows more freedom of movement throughout the area with two egress points. Drawer-style under counter refrigeration and world class appliances will bring smiles to even the most demanding chefs.
A choice of three or four Staterooms is available. In the Three-Stateroom Plan, each one has a private Head and fiberglass shower stall. In the Four-Stateroom Layout, the two Port Staterooms share the Port Head. While all of the Staterooms offer generous accommodations, including System #1 innerspring mattresses, excellent stowage and privacy, each has its own special take and is uniquely designed to maximize comfort and function. The Forward Stateroom offers a choice of a VIP Layout with a queen size walk around berth, or cross-over berths. The Port Stateroom has side-by-side berths and the fourth Stateroom features upper and lower berths. The Master Stateroom is amidships with an athwart ships queen-size walk around bed, an upholstered headboard, flanking night tables, a credenza, a 32-inch flat screen television, and a pair of floor to ceiling maple-lined hanging lockers.
The Flying Bridge mirrors other new generation Vikings with a Center Console Helm Station, three Murray Products pedestal seats with ladder backs, port, starboard and forward lounge seating with stowage beneath each one, a freezer and a chill box for drinks.
The bi-level 172 square-foot Cockpit is the result of thousands of hours on the tournament trail. On the upper level, another Viking innovation, the Observation Mezzanine is designed to keep guests cool and dry thanks to the Flying Bridge overhang, as well as clear of the crew working in the lower Cockpit. Lifting the hinged seat lids beneath the Sunbrella cushions exposes a freezer, and Engine Room access. A lower level compartment stows bulky gear, while tackle drawers are built into a molded Console to starboard. A refrigerated drink box doubles as the Salon entrance step. The lower level Cockpit is professionally equipped with flush rod holders, fresh and raw-water wash down systems, a transom fish box, rounded comings with indirect rope lighting below, side lockers for tag stick and gaff stowage, a quick disconnect fitting for oil changes for the engines, transmissions and generator, port and starboard in-deck insulated fish and stowage boxes, and stereo speakers to name just a handful of the standard features. The Lazarette also has been prepped for the installation of a Seakeeper Gyro stabilizer at the factory or a later date.
Mechanically, the Engine Room is engineered for life at the 1,000 fathom line. Engine instrumentation is located at the entrance door. Bilge areas are painted with bright white awlgrip for ease of maintenance. A Delta-T Ventilation System provides clean, dry air for combustion, while suppressing water intrusion. A centralize sea-water system with a variable speed pump provides ample flow to multiple outlets for on-board needs including water makers, ice makers, air conditioning, live wells and wash down system. A 27.5kW Onan generator is standard and space is provided for a 21.5kW Onan as a backup if desired. Climate control needs are met with a 58,000-btu direct expansion and zoned air conditioning system.
The "Envelopeus" features a Four-Stateroom, Three-Head Layout that sleeps eight.
As you enter the Salon, the electric door is offset to starboard to maximize interior volume of Salon. There is a large L-shaped sofa to port with an entertainment center to starboard as well as the ship's electrical panel. Moving forward is the low-profile Galley with under counter refrigeration. Across to port is dinette seating. The Galley Island also has two bar stools for additional seating.
Moving below deck, the Master Stateroom is to starboard with an athwartship queen-size walk-around bed and En-suite Head. There are two Guest Staterooms to port, one with side-by-side berths and the other with upper / lower berths. These Staterooms share a Head which also has Companionway access for day use. The Forward Stateroom features a cross-over berth as well as an En-suite Head. The teak interior has the high gloss finish throughout!