Princess marked its 50th anniversary by tracking down the company's original model. The inevitable comparisons to the new X95 could not be more stark.
Down But Never Out: An Angler’s Mission to Fish Through Adversity.
With a dynamic yet agile look, the V60 combines solid performance with seakeeping ability.
The 54 proves that demand for Viking’s bread-and-butter model range persists despite strange times.
How do you comfortably fit a wildly styled, tri-deck motoryacht into a 95-foot envelope? Good question!
Viking goes all in on the new Valhalla 46 center console.
The heirs of Viking Yachts take the reins of Valhalla Boatworks.
Viking Yachts pitches in on the battle against COVID-19
The latest development in the Billfish series, the 46 is designed to test a marlin’s mettle.
Luxe furnishings and spirited performance define the flagship of the UK builder’s deep-V model line.
Major Boat Manufacturers Attempt to Comply with 2021 Marine Diesel Emissions Rules
The hard-charging Cantius 46 from Cruisers Yachts showcases a contemporary interior, a sporty turn of speed and a certain all-American, small-town mystique.
Since he was a boy, fishing has been a driving force in the life of Pat Healey, the head of Viking Yachts.
Viking’s smallest vessel punches well above its weight class.
With the announcement of a new company—Valhalla Boatworks—Viking is impacting the center console market before Hull No. 1 is even built.
In a surprise announcement, Viking Yachts announced the formation of a new company–Valhalla Boatworks–to build a line of luxury center consoles.
The British builder's latest design departure is one for the books.
The first-gen 58 made Viking into the sportfishing behemoth it is today. The new 58 continues that tradition.
Viking’s unyielding pursuit of perfection comes through in spades on the 58 Convertible.
The editors find new yacht technology in the strangest places. You'll want to check out the foiling Princess R35, which debuted inside an ancient castle.
Built with performance in mind, this 44-footer feels like a much larger convertible, with impeccable fit and finish to boot.
At 93 feet, Viking’s newest motoryacht is big in every way, and bred from a sportfishing heritage.
Editor-At-Large Peter Frederiksen put the new 42 Cantius through its paces in Tampa Bay. His first impression? One of completeness.
Our first look at the Viking 93 MY.