Balanced Attack: Valhalla Boatworks V-37
Published: Thursday, July 23, 2020
By: Jefferson Beach Yacht Sales
Hitting the sweet spot in the Viking Yacht Company built Valhalla Boatworks V Series lineup, the V-37 shines as a versatile coastal or offshore thoroughbred with the legs to run long distances powered by either twin or triple outboards.
Performance needs vary depending on region, cruising, or fishing preferences, and other factors. With that in mind, numerous different power choices are offered for this model: triple Mercury Verado 300s or 400s, triple Yamaha 300s or twin Yamaha 425s, and the latest offering, twin or triple Mercury Racing 450R. Ease of operation and comfort aboard are notable priorities. Each engine installation can be equipped with joystick helm control featuring GPS station-keeping. If stabilization is a need for you, the V-37 is designed for a Seakeeper SK3.
Speed and range are impressive with all the V Series models. The 37 hits 70 mph plus at WOT with the commonly-optioned triple Mercury 400 package, and at a 41 mph cruise, you’ll see a range of 531 miles!
The V-37 can be outfitted with an aft mezzanine seating module with armrests, storage, and an insulated cooler under the seat. Furthermore, the forward seating can be configured as a u-shaped arrangement with a hi-low table to create a sunpad or dining space. From stem to stern, you’ll find the V-37 is loaded with impressive standard features to accommodate storage for either cruising or fishing, with many options to customize to your specific needs.
“Options are limitless,” says Jefferson Beach Yacht Sales Vice President Erik Krueger about the V-37. “Plus, owners are getting the fit and finish, ride, and performance of a Viking Yacht. The boat is fast, dry, and nimble. The best of the best.”
The Valhalla Boatworks V-37 is offered through Jefferson Beach Yacht Sales, your exclusive Great Lakes dealer.
Contact JBYS for your personal showing and sea trial at (866) 490-5297, [email protected]. Learn more at JBYS.com/valhalla-boatworks.
This article first appeared in the Summer Issue (Jul/Aug) 2020 of Great Lakes Scuttlebutt magazine.
tags: New Boat Models