US shipyard Viking Yachts has recently released a video showing the first Viking 93 MY undergoing sea trials.
The new model has a length overall of 28.47m, a maximum beam of 7.41m, and a draught of 1.80m.
“The 93 MY is so massive you can easily fit our smallest yacht, the 37 Billfish, in the footprint of her salon and galley,” says Al Uhl, Viking Vice President of Manufacturing.
Launched in June, the first unit can accommodate up to 10 guests in five cabins located on the lower deck, including a full-beam owner’s suite and a forward VIP stateroom with skylight. The crew quarters include two cabins, a head and shower, and a galley with a dinette.
Among the amenities of this three-deck yacht is a large saloon, situated on the main deck, that features two sofas, a chaise lounge, a hi-low cocktail table, a 65” 4K TV, and a formal dining area for eight. A well-equipped galley is located forward.
Other key features include an expansive sunbathing area on the foredeck, a shaded seating area and bar aft on the main deck, and an enclosed bridge deck, which combines the helm and sky-lounge areas.
Powered by two MTU 12V 2000 M96L 1,920bhp diesel engines, the first Viking 93 MY has a maximum speed of 27 knots, a cruising speed of 23.5 knots and, thanks to a fuel capacity of 7,597 litres, a range of 730nm at 12 knots.
The motor yacht will make her world premiere at the 2017 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.