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Crewed Yacht
Viking Girl II
Sailing
Greece And Turkey

Crewed Yacht Sailing Greece

Combining a superior performance under sail
with the below-decks charm of warm woods exquisitely joined,
this handsome sailing yacht is from the drawing board of Robert Harris and the slipways of
Ta Yang Building Company in Taiwan. Graceful in profile or stern-to the quay,
she draws admiring glances from sailors and non-sailors alike.

Crewed Yacht Sailing Greece

There are four en suite guest cabins, two on the quarters and two forward of the salon.
The quarter cabins each feature a double bed, wardrobe, book shelves, and private access to the deck.
The forward cabins may be made up either double-bedded or over-and-under
while featuring wardrobes and additional drawer stowage.

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Specifications:

Year Built: 1990
Length: 65 ft (19.7 m)
Beam: 18 ft (5.4 m)
Draft: 8 ft (2.3 m)
Displacement: 70,000 lbs
Sail Area: 1,900 sq ft
Engine: Perkins 160 hp
Generator: 12kva
Cruising Speed: 9.5 knots
Crew: 2-3
Crewed Yacht Sailing Turkey Equipment:

Air Conditioning
Automatic Pilot
Satellite Navigation
Television & Video System
Stereophonic Sound System
Deck Shower
Fishing Tackle
Snorkeling Equipment
Tender with 40 hp Outboard
Water Skis


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