The Viking 20 is ideal as a first family boat for either day or overnignt use.She sleeps four and can take 8 aboard with ease for day trips. The boat has a spacious cockpit with seating for 5 which features a full standing headroom height canopy.
To the interior the 20 is rare in her class to continue to offer close on 6' headroom, a full size toilet and shower compartment, excellent galley, dinette to seat four or sleep two and a further double berth forward.
The Viking 20 is fitted with a 15 MLH EFI Mariner outboard Motor. As with all Vikings larger engines are available and a large selection of options can be fitted to personalise to individual tastes, please contact us for full prices and list of options
NOW AVAILABLE FOR SPRING DELIVERY - PRICES QUOTED ARE FOR ORDERS TAKEN BEFORE 1ST OCTOBER 2019 STANDARD PRICE FROM - £32,785.00
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The interior of the Viking 20 offers accommodation for four easily with a minimum headroom of 5'10''. The cabin is laid out with a V bed forward with an infill to make this into a good sized double berth. To port aft of this the dinette is located with forward and aft facing seats which feature extendable sections to make this a double berth or to seat four around the table. Opposite and to starboard is the galley with storage beneath the worktops. The sink and hob is a combined unit with a flush fitting fold down glass cover. Aft of the galley the toilet room has a cassette flush toilet, shower and foldaway sink.
The cockpit features the helm to port with steering via a cable to the outboard, single lever engine controls and ancillary switches. A single pedestal helm seat is to port with further seating aft.. Access to the decks is via a step following removal of the base cushion.
The Viking 20 is fully hand moulded featuring a gel coat exterior strengthened by chopped strand matt. All exterior fittings are in stainless steel and the boat has side decks of approximately 6" in width, sturdy handrails are located on the cabin top and the bow is surrounded by a stainless steel pulpit
The Hi Line specification of a Viking includes; Oven and grill, hot and cold water, shower and fold down sink,cassette flush toilet and antifouling. It is to purchasers choice to order a Hi Line or the standard craft which retails at £3600 less without these features. All craft built by Viking Mouldings can be fitted with further options customising each boat to individual tastes including such items as cabin heating, bow thruster, sea toilet, radio CD player. A full list is available upon request.
All Viking models are outboard powered. As standard prices are quoted with Mariner outboard models, we can offer prices for any outboard to purchasers choice and size depending on individual preferences and planned location of cruising.
Stainless steel pulpit rail
Stainless steel hand rails to cabin top
Stainless steel hand rails below side screens
Six fender eyes
Aluminium rubbing strake with plastic insert
Four piece Powder coated windscreen (folding is an option)
Powder coated cabin side windows with opening section to port
Pespex forward opening escape hatch
Cabin ventilation fixed
Hull side decals
PVC canopy on aluminiumn frame
Cockpit seating with base and back cushions in vinyl covering
Steering system and wheel
Two 80 ah batteries
Rotary type battery master switch
15 HP Mariner Outboard engine
Mariner Engine control system
12.5 litre Mariner fuel tank
12 v switch panel
Interior cabin LED lighting
Flexible water bag in bow
Galley sink with hot and cold mixer tap
2 burner gas hob
Gas test point
Boat safety certificate
Cassette flush toilet
Interior joinery in Oak veneer ply panelling
Interior upholstery from selected samples
Cream coloured curtains
Beige coloured interior hull lining carpet
Heavy duty floor carpet in Blue, Black or Grey
Canopy in PVC ( Blue, Black, Maroon, Grey or White)
Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up.