68′ Viking Sport Cruisers Motoryacht 2001

$775,000

Dan Wood Crow's Nest Yachts

Dan Wood

Broker/Partner
dwood@crowsnestyachts.com
(206) 719-1800
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Looking for a yacht that has quality, looks, and performance? This well constructed 68′ Viking Sport Cruiser is your answer. She is well appointed for both guests and crew. There are four main cabins forward plus a unique crew quarters additionally up forward. She features five staterooms altogether! Those looking towards performance will be impressed at this yacht’s well regarded reputation for handing, speed, and 30 knot cruising speed! Gorgeous cherry wood interior with high gloss finish throughout.

  • Fresh water kept
  • Very low 1300+ hours
  • Twin generators
  • Fastest yacht in its class—34 knot top speed
  • A boat with a bath tub!

Full Specs

Year2001
MakeViking Sport Cruisers / Princess
Model68 Motoryacht
Power/SailPower
Vessel NameBucket List
Cabins5
Heads4
Length68′
Beam17′ 6″
Draft5′ max
Hull MaterialsFiberglass
Displacement80,640 gal
Fuel Capacity1,176 gal
Fresh Water Capacity422 gal
Cruising Speed30 knots
Top Speed34 knots

Engines

Number of Engines2
Total Horsepower2,600
MakeMAN D2842KE-404 12-cylinder
FuelDiesel
Hours1300
TypeInboard direct drive

Additional Information

Basics

  • Length: 68’
  • Make: Viking Sport Cruisers (Princess)
  • Model: 68 Motoryacht
  • Year: 2001
  • Name: “Bucket List”

Walkthrough

Hull and Flying Bridge: The hull is a hard-chine design with moderate deadrise, a steeply raked bow, and a plumb transom stern fitted with a swim step. The foredeck is fitted with a double anchor roller and a chain locker, followed by side decks leading aft on either side of a wedge-shaped trunk cabin, and the raised main cabin to a roomy aft cockpit. The cockpit is fitted with a long bench seat aft on centerline, a boarding gate outboard to starboard, and steps forward to port leading up to the flying bridge/boat deck. A flying bridge is fitted over the main cabin and is fitted with a full-console helm station forward to port followed by bench seating to port and starboard, a radar mast on centerline and a boat deck aft fitted with athwarthsips dinghy chocks on centerline and a single davit forward to starboard, with steps aft to port leading down through a companionway hatch to the cockpit. Stainless steel rails surround the decks and flying bridge.

Lower Deck: In the bow there is a chain locker accessed from the foredeck. Moving aft through the vessel, there is a crew cabin accessed by means of a watertight hatch on the foredeck and fitted with stacked single berths to port and a head compartment and stowage opposite to starboard. The main accommodations follow, with the VIP stateroom fitted with an island queen berth forward, a hatch in the overhead, hanging locker and drawer stowage outboard to port and starboard and an en suite head compartment with separate stall shower aft to port. A passageway leads aft on centerline with a head compartment to starboard followed by a guest cabin and steps leading up and aft to the command bridge, and a guest cabin to port followed by a cabinet containing the washer/dryer and stowage, and steps leading down to the master stateroom. The master stateroom is fitted with an island queen berth aft on centerline, an en suite head compartment forward to port followed by a sit-down vanity and drawer and locker stowage to port, and an en suite shower compartment forward to starboard followed by drawer and locker stowage outboard.

Main Deck: Forward is the command bridge which is fitted with a full-console helm station forward to starboard followed by a watertight door outboard and a bulkhead with an electrically raised and lowered partition, the U-shaped galley, and a bulkhead fitted with a second electrically raised and lowered partition. A raised dinette is opposite the helm to port followed by a watertight door accessing the side deck. Two steps down is the salon which is fitted with an entertainment console to port followed by locker stowage containing a large flat-screen TV which can be raised and lowered electrically. A breakfast bar is forward to starboard followed by a large L-shaped settee, stowage under. A sliding glass door and fixed glass partition aft provide access to the cockpit. The cockpit is fitted with locker stowage outboard of the main cabin door to port and starboard, a hatch in the sole forward to starboard accessing the equipment/mechanical spaces, and a larger hatch in the cockpit sole aft on centerline providing additional access to the mechanical spaces. Access to the engine room is by means of a watertight door forward on centerline in the mechanical spaces.

Hull

  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Beam: 17’ 6”
  • Max Draft: 5’
  • Displacement: 80,640 lbs

Exterior Equipment

  • Windlass: Lewmar 24 VDC vertical capstan with controls at both helm stations and on foredeck
  • Trim Tabs: Electric-hydraulic
  • Thrusters: Bow & stern variable speed 48V Wesmar thrusters
  • Other: FRP radar arch with painted aluminum radar mast on flying bridge, single 550 lb. davit on boat deck, S.S./teak electric/hydraulic extend/retract passarelle, S.S. swim ladder on swim step

Thru-Hull Fitting

  • Material: Bronze
  • Valves: Bronze ball

Ground Tackle

  • Anchors: (1) 110 lb. Bruce
  • Chain: 150′ of 3/8″ galvanized

Tanks

  • Fuel: 1,176 gal, Aluminum
  • Fresh Water: 422 gal, Plastic

Water System

  • Water Heater: 120 VAC
  • Size: 55 gal
  • Pressure Relief Valve: Yes

Bilge & Waste

  • Bilge Pumps: (7) 24 VDC with float switches, high-water alarm in (3) bilge sections, manual diaphragm manifolded to (3) bilge compartments
  • Waste System: (4) Vacu Flush toilets plumbed to a holding tank with 24 VDC pumpout

Heating / Air Conditioning

  • Cruisair 120 VAC 7-zone air conditioning with controls in all major accommodations spaces, 120 VAC wall-mount cabin heaters in master stateroom and VIP stateroom, portable 120 VAC space heaters

Electrical System

  • No. of Batteries & Voltage: (4) Group 31 sealed wet cell in (2) 24 V engine start banks, U/K quantity or sized batteries in a large, sealed battery box in the machinery spaces
  • Main Disconnect: Rotary Switches
  • Inverter: (2) Outboard 2500 W
  • Grounded: Yes
  • DC Circuit Protection: Breakers and fuses 
  • DC Wiring: Stranded insulated copper
  • AC Circuit Protection: Breakers
  • AC Wiring: Stranded insulated copper
  • Shore Power: 240 V/100 amp with (2) 50 amp legs
  • Battery Charger/Converter: (1) Newmar Phase Three PT-24-40-CE, (1) Mastervolt MASS 48/50 
  • Other: (4) Banner Voltmaster 66-100 battery equalizers, (2) Charles ISO Boost 5012.0 Kva inlet transformers, Cutler Hammer 480/120V distribution transformer
  • Auxiliary Generator(s): Onan 27.5 MDKAF-128 27.5 kW diesel auxiliary with freshwater cooling, wet exhaust, full sound enclosure, MASE IS7.6S 7.6 kW night generator with freshwater cooling, wet exhaust, full sound enclosure

Fire Control

  • No. of Hand Units, Size, and Type: (7) Size I dry chemical
  • Type of Automatic System: FM 200 in engine room, mechanical spaces, under-helm compartment
  • Capacity: 24.4 lb. (engine room), 18 lb. (mechanical spaces), 2.9 lb. (under helm compartment) 

Upper Helm

  • Accessed via interior spiral staircase from the salon and/or a fixed staircase from the aft deck
  • Canvas bridge cover
  • Smoked lexan venturi windshield w/hand-hold frame
  • Vitrifrigo refrigerator/freezer on flying bridge

Salon

  • 42″ Fujitsu flat-screen TV which retracts into cabinetry
  • Sony SAT-B2 Video/satellite receiver
  • Bose Lifestyle audio/video/CD/MP3 player
  • Bose Lifestyle speaker system
  • Aube weather station

Galley

The galley has the unique ability to be completely separated from the rest of the interior. There are electric sliding panels that can be set to the open position or closed position for privacy. The galley also benefits from an electric sliding window ideal for steaming or if additional ventilation is desired.

  • U-shaped with teak & holly sole
  • NEFF 4-burner ceramic electric cooktop, flushmount
  • Avonite countertops
  • Eye-level storage cabinets
  • Tundra undercounter freezer
  • Starboard side window w/Levelor shade
  • (2) deep stainless steel sinks
  • Sharp Carousel convection/microwave oven 
  • Sliding pocket door at entryway
  • Miele G803SC VI undercounter dishwasher
  • Tundra undercounter refrigerator
  • Electric partitions to close off galley

Dinette

  • Upgraded granite table on pedestal with huge U-shaped seating
  • Storage under seating
  • U-Line icemaker
  • Wine storage drawers
  • Overhead halogen lighting
  • U-Line refrigerator
  • Locking hutch for crystal
  • Electric pilothouse door

Electronics & Navigation

  • Wireless keyboard
  • GPS: (2) Northstar 1202
  • Plotter: Northstar 1202
  • Depth & speed log
  • Depth Sounder: (2) Raytheon ST 60 Multiview digital
  • Deployable Wesmar 360º sonar
  • Wi-Fi
  • Kallenbeck horn w/air compressor & tank
  • In dash mouse
  • Radios: (2) Icom IC-M502 DSC VHF
  • Radar: Furuno 64-mile with 4′ open array
  • Bow & stern variable speed 48V Wesmar thrusters
  • 10m candle power spotlight
  • 48V house bank/7kW inverter
  • Compasses: (1) 3″ on lower helm overhead
  • Autopilot: Raytheon Masterview at both helm stations
  • Knotmeter: (2) Raytheon ST 60 Multiview
  • Log: (2) Raytheon ST 60 Multiview
  • Other: (2) Raytheon ST 80 electronic compasses, Eagle TPA-15S loud hailer, (1) Raytheon ST 60 windpoint/windspeed 

Accommodations

“Sobella Boku” features a well designed 4 stateroom layout up forward. There is also a crew’s quarters located and accessed outside and up forward in the bow area. So altogether there are 5 cabins.

The master stateroom is located amidships and features an island queen bed with abundant storage. The master stateroom head features a split head arrangement with the head on one side of the cabin and the seperate shower stall on the other. Master bath features a jetted tub for the ultimate in comfort. Moving forward and located to port is a guest room with both upper and lower berths. Moving slightly forward and to starboard is another guest room with two twin beds and a private head. Ideally designed, the shower stall is a circular design which maximizes the allocated space and looks very contemporary. Moving forward again one enters the VIP stateroom. It also features an island queen berth and private head.

  • Cabins: 5
  • Heads: 4

Master Stateroom

  • Centerline queen berth
  • Ensuite head with shower
  • (2) Hanging locker
  • (2) Swing arm lamps at headboard
  • Full heat & air conditioning
  • Additional electric heat w/thermostat
  • Built-in safe
  • Small dressing vanity
  • Chest of drawers
  • Lockable entry door
  • Intercom
  • Bose surround sound
  • Vacu-flush toilet
  • Separate shower w/ jacuzzi tub
  • Sofa
  • Sharp LC-20VM2 20″ flat screen TV
  • JVC HRVP780U VCR recorder
  • Sony DVP-5700 DVD/CD player

VIP Stateroom

  • Centerline double berth with storage under
  • (2) Swing arm lamps at headboard
  • JBL KD-SX740 12 VDC stereo/CD player with speakers
  • 13″ JVC TV with JVC VCR
  • (2) Hanging lockers
  • Ensuite head w/shower
  • Vacuflush toilet

Engines

  • Number of Engines: 2
  • Engine Make: MAN
  • Engine Model: D2842KE-404 12-cylinder 
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • HP: 1,300 each
  • Total Power: 2,600 hp
  • Hours: 1,300+
  • Cooling: Freshwater heat exchanger
  • Exhaust: Wet
  • Ventilation: Natural and 24 VDC fan-forced air
  • Fuel Filters: Dual Separ 2000 per engine

Propulsion

  • Shaft Size: 2.5”
  • Shaft Material: Stainless Steel

Steering System

  • Wheel Type: Console
  • No. of Stations: 3
  • Type of Equipment: Teleflex Sea Star power-assisted hydraulic
  • Rudder Description: Inboard mounted semi-balanced deep foil shape
  • Stuffing Box: Bronze

Additional Equipment

  • Freezer in lazarette
  • 800 GPD watermaker
  • 27kW genset
  • Spare shaft
  • Dual Crown custom helm chairs
  • Custom bridge cover
  • Sea-tel SAT TV
  • 7kW Mase genset
  • Spare props
  • Spare coupling
  • Factory windscreen defrosters
  • Mathers Micro Commander electronic controls with full docking station in cockpit.
  • Tides dripless propeller shaft seals
  • (2) Spare 5-blade propellers
  • (1) Spare S.S. propeller shaft
  • (2) Gray water sump with 24 VDC automatic pumpout
  • S.S./teak electric/hydraulic passarelle at boarding gate
  • S.S. swim ladder on swim step
  • (2) Cablemaster 24 VDC shorepower cable extend/retrieve systems
  • 9-station intercom
  • Campbell Hausfeld 2 HP/4-gallon air compressor
  • Nu Tech Max VAC MV-603 central vacuum system with hose parts on both decks
  • Remote 24 VDC spotlight
  • Hot/cold shower at boarding gate
  • Various engine spares
  • (2) fishing rod holders in cockpit
  • Brass clock and barometer
  • Quiklift 550 lb. dinghy davit on boat deck
  • Full flying bridge canvas tonneau cover
  • Main windshield mesh covers
  • (2) Lewmar 24 VDC snubbing winches
  • Sea Fresh watermaker
  • Blinds in salon and galley
  • Curtains in dinette and command bridge
  • Full set of ship’s china and silverware in fitted cabinets
  • Hercules Mini Safe ship’s safe in master stateroom
  • Equator EX 3600 CEE washer/dryer
  • Weighted canvas cover for lower helm station and navigation station