1988 Viking 45 ft 45 Convertible Tellurian
The TELLURIAN is a 1988 model Viking 45 Convertible that was produced in 1987 by VIKING YACHTS of New Gretna, NJ. Powered by twin DETROIT DIESEL 6-71TIB's rated at 485 HP, the Viking 45 Convertible was an immediate marketing success given her quality of build, excellent performance and Jersey-style "good looks". One of the best sea-going hulls out there with her modified "V" underbody, the Viking 45 Convertible was .. and is .. a favorite of sport fisherman and Owners that also want a good, strong boat that can make speed, safely & comfortably, in a running sea as well.
The TELLURIAN has had only a handful of Owners since she was built & judging by her overall condition, all clearly knew what they were doing over the years. On the present Owners' watch, both of the DD 6-71TIB's have been rebuilt (2001 & 2018). This eliminates a huge liability for Owners who are looking for a long-term Ownership of this Viking 45C with her rugged & reliable GM power plants. The TELLURIAN does have the layout that features the "Guest Stateroom, Galley Down" setup that's also shown in the Listing's photo details.
Lightly-used over the past number of years, her Owner has now decided to sell the TELLURIAN. She'll benefit from a number of upgrades and improvements as all boats will, of course. The Viking Yachts Pedigree makes the TELLURIAN a yacht worth investing in and her presentation makes that an easier decision to make! Appointments and viewings are, without a doubt, encouraged for qualified prospects.
The TELLURIAN is currently located at her Winter Storage facility in Stamford, CT.
Ex.plo.re is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Brewer Yacht Sales. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel
We are pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Brewer Yacht Sales. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel.