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Viking 66 Convertible

Sharp-eyed Viking aficionados will immediately notice some of the key styling cues on the 66, among them more freeboard forward, a steeply raked lower windshield, and the total absence of sharp edges.

The island means no one is stuck in the galley; a peninsula is also available.

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The master berth is now athwartships.

Photos By Shaw McCutcheon

The retractable TV is now opposite the saloon seating for better viewing.

Photos By Shaw McCutcheon

The cockpit is typical Viking: big, uncluttered, and ready for action. There’s direct engine room access under the mezzanine.

Photos By Shaw McCutcheon

Controls are easily reachable on either side while displays are protected under glass.

Photos By Shaw McCutcheon

This article originally appeared in the March 2012 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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