2001 Viking Yachts 61

EUR  973,885
Gold Coast, Australie
Ce bateau vous intéresse ? Téléphone: +617 5532 1122
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Année:
2001
Longueur:
19m
Type de moteur/essence:
Bimoteur / diesel
Situé en:
Gold Coast, Australie
Matériau de la coque:
GRP
YW#:
76052-2794846
Prix actuel:
A$  1,400,000 (EUR  973,885) 

THE ONLY VIKING 61 CURRENTLY AVAILABLE IN AUSTRALIAN WATERS.  

..and she is an absolute glamour!  

MY C’mon Aussie was previously owned by Australian golfer Robert Allenby and is a seamless combination of serious blue water fish hunter and first class cruising vessel.  

If you are looking for a vessel that is world renowned for lifting fish with a fit out that will impress your princess then this is it.  

Some key features include.  

•    MAN 1300hp diesel engines  
•    Max speed 34 knots, cruise 26 knots @ 1950rpm  
•    Troll 7 knots @ 30 litres per hour combined  
•    Air-conditioning throughout, bowthruster  
•    Electronic controls, Aft station on flybridge  
•    Luxury fit out, Three cabin - Three head layout  
•    Water maker, washer/dryer, lots of refrigeration  
•    7,000 Litres of fuel  
•    1,200 Litres of water  

The photos were taken in May 2014 and are a true indication of the current condition of this exceptional vessel.  

Call today to arrange your private, confidential viewing.





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