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1988 Nordic Boats Viking 26

1988 Nordic Boats Viking 26

$20,000

Valencia, California

Year 1988

Make Nordic Boats

Model Viking 26

Category High Performance Boats

Length 26

Posted 3 Days Ago

***Update September 2018*** The boat has been completely color sanded and is looking fantastic. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This stunning Nordic has kept its timeliness as she's only had two owners that have had the pride to keep her in the excellent condition that you see in the photos. She's typically only been used 4 hours per year during summer trips, which is one reason she's in near mint condition. The trailer was completely repainted and was taken care of in January 2017. You need to see this beauty. Stock #120781 The journey begins with this Viking day cruiser, with a 454 she has some get up and go, low hours! If you are in the market for a high performance boat, look no further than this 1988 Nordic Viking 26, just reduced to $20,000 (offers encouraged). This boat is located in Valencia, California and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Mercruiser engine that has 358 hours.

1986 Nordic Viking 22

1986 Nordic Viking 22

$12,500

Yeso, New Mexico

Year 1986

Make Nordic

Model Viking 22

Category Bowrider Boats

Length 23'

Posted Over 1 Month

1986 Nordic Viking 22, 1986 Nordic Viking 22. New blueprint engine. 15 hours on new engine 123 on boat. It has a blueprint 383 stroker engine. Very clean and nice older boat. Fresh service, ready for the lake or the river. Comes with a randle triple axle trailer has good tires. At lake ready for use. $12500

1990 Nordic Viking 26'

1990 Nordic Viking 26'

$22,900

Apple Valley, California

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1990 Nordic Viking 26' 1990 Nordic Viking 26' Open Bow -Mid Cuddy, Very Rare and One Of A Kind!! Showroom Condition, Stored indoors since new and all original inside and out, 7.4L 454 motor fully built by (Louis Perforance Engines of Lake Havasu) twin 4 barrel Holley carbs with twin turbo system with 650+HP, only 30Hrs on motor with 300  original hours on boat, Complete upgraded parts along with Dart heads, Mercury Bravo 1 with upgrades, Imco Drive Shower, Four Blade S/S Prop, 60 Gal Fuel, Fire boy system, top of the line build with lines and fittings, Imco fuel selector, Mint condition Nordic interior, Stainless Steel Hardware, Mid Cuddy with dual lounges, Dual Ice Chests, lots of storage, full snap covers for cockpit and bow, original Nordic full boat cover, swim steps, S/S bimini top, 1990 R/S Custom Trailer in Mint condition as well, S/S fenders, Alloy wheels, absolute incredible boat and ride on the water, fast and smooth for the family and will handle any water condition without a problem, everything has been completely serviced and ready to go! Please call 760-900-3079

1984 NORDIC HULL 22FT. VIKING MODEL-CUSTOM PAINT JET BOAT 502 CHEVY MOTOR MINT!

1984 NORDIC HULL 22FT. VIKING MODEL-CUSTOM PAINT JET BOAT 502 CHEVY MOTOR MINT!

$23,900

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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live video look --->> FRESH WATER CUSTOM JET BOAT-1984 NORDIC HULL 22FT. VIKING MODEL-CUSTOM PAINT & GEL COAT-SEATS & INTERIOR UPGRADED, REPLACED & REINFORCED. SMALL CUDDY UPFRONT & STORAGE BELOW-ENGINE IS A 502 CUB IN (CHEVY) INCRATE MOTOR. JUST COMPLETELY REBUILT & UPGRADED. RECEIPTS FOR JUST. ENGINE WORK $10,000. MOTOR HAS ALUM HEADS-ROLLER ROCKERS & MUCH MORE-WORK WAS COMPLETED AT COGSWELL MARINE IN SAN DIEGO-NEW ENGINE HAS 2 HRS ON IT. JET DRIVE IS DOC STAINLESS IMPELLER HIGH VOLUME-HIGH END ALPINE STERO, CD PLAYER, SURROUND SPEAKERS, HUGE AMP-CUSTOM TRAILER INCLUDED- CONTACT ALEX TO MAKE A DEAL TODAY SHIPPING AVAILABLE 954 937 8271

1985 Bluewater Ingrid

1985 Bluewater Ingrid

$29,895

Muskegon, Michigan

Year 1985

Make Bluewater

Model Ingrid

Category Sailboats

Length 38'

Posted Over 1 Month

1985 Bluewater Ingrid The Ingrid 38 from the pen of William Atkin is a heavy displacement blue water cutter derived from Colin Archer's famous double ender designed North Sea pilot boats, which in turn were inspired by Viking boats renowned for their heavy weather characteristics. Perhaps Atkin sums it up best by saying it's "the kind of boat that behaves herself in rough water and can be depended upon to sail herself". (To that part we do hear frequent mentions of the superb one-finger-on-tiller tracking and a comfortable ride.) With her old world style, Josette's a good looking boat with a sheer line reminiscent of Crealock's famous Westsail 32. Her seaworthiness is there to see in her full keel, heavy displacement and overbuilt construction. Her hull is heavily hand laid in fiberglass. There's robust outboard chain plates and an outboard rudder protected by extra fiberglass and a large bronze shoe casting should she scrub the bottom. Atkin's main rework on the Ingrid 38 from Archer's original design was finer entry on the bow which 'cushions' her landing off the waves and even may increase speed slightly. Below the waterline she has a long full keel with deep v-sections forward keeping her stable in the rough. The ballast is encapsulated and is distributed from bow to stern, to keep the weight as low as possible. Rounding this off, there's plenty of flotation designed in her ends, fore and aft which helps keep her dry. The trade off of heavy displacement and ultimate stability is usually in speed so the Ingrid 38 is not considered fast. By the numbers, her hull speed works out at 7.2 knots but she'll more often manage a consistent 6 knots while cruising. Surprisingly she's known to sail pretty well in light airs, as owners report she'll do half the wind speed in up to 8 knots of wind. However, she's a boat that comes into her own in heavier seas. The cutter rig gives plenty of options on all points of sail and she's an easy boat to single-hand. Josette is her original name and she has spent most all of her life in fresh water. She only spent one year in salt water in 1985, her original launch year. This is a one-owner vessel. The hull was built in 1974 by Bluewater Yachts in Washington state and it is reported that these are the same builders that build the Nordic Tugs. The interior cabin sides (ceiling) were finished in planking by the original owner. The hull is foam insulated to keep you cool when it is hot outside and warm when it is cold outside. The galley area is a great work space for any type of cooking. The mast is anodized aluminum construction by MetalMast Marine, with internal halyards. The hull is solid fiberglass construction and does have some gel coat surface blisters above the waterline, but they do not appear to be structural. She recently had the following engine work accomplished: new head gasket, two new exhaust valves, injector service,

1985 Bluewater Ingrid

1985 Bluewater Ingrid

$29,895

Muskegon, Michigan

Year 1985

Make Bluewater

Model Ingrid

Category Sailboats

Length 38'

Posted Over 1 Month

1985 Bluewater Ingrid The Ingrid 38 from the pen of William Atkin is a heavy displacement blue water cutter derived from Colin Archer's famous double ender designed North Sea pilot boats, which in turn were inspired by Viking boats renowned for their heavy weather characteristics. Perhaps Atkin sums it up best by saying it's "the kind of boat that behaves herself in rough water and can be depended upon to sail herself". (To that part we do hear frequent mentions of the superb one-finger-on-tiller tracking and a comfortable ride.) With her old world style, Josette's a good looking boat with a sheer line reminiscent of Crealock's famous Westsail 32. Her seaworthiness is there to see in her full keel, heavy displacement and overbuilt construction. Her hull is heavily hand laid in fiberglass. There's robust outboard chain plates and an outboard rudder protected by extra fiberglass and a large bronze shoe casting should she scrub the bottom. Atkin's main rework on the Ingrid 38 from Archer's original design was finer entry on the bow which "cushions" her landing off the waves and even may increase speed slightly. Below the waterline she has a long full keel with deep v-sections forward keeping her stable in the rough. The ballast is encapsulated and is distributed from bow to stern, to keep the weight as low as possible. Rounding this off, there's plenty of flotation designed in her ends, fore and aft which helps keep her dry. The trade off of heavy displacement and ultimate stability is usually in speed so the Ingrid 38 is not considered fast. By the numbers, her hull speed works out at 7.2 knots but she'll more often manage a consistent 6 knots while cruising. Surprisingly she's known to sail pretty well in light airs, as owners report she'll do half the wind speed in up to 8 knots of wind. However, she's a boat that comes into her own in heavier seas. The cutter rig gives plenty of options on all points of sail and she's an easy boat to single-hand. Josette is her original name and she has spent most of her life in fresh water. She only spent one year in salt water in 1985, her original launch year. This is a one-owner vessel. The deck and hull was built in 1974 by Bluewater Yachts in Washington state and it is reported that these are the same builders that build the Nordic Tugs. The interior cabin sides (ceiling) were finished in planking by the original owner. The hull is foam insulated to keep you cool when it is hot outside and warm when it is cold outside. The galley area is a great work space for any type of cooking. The mast is anodized aluminum construction by MetalMast Marine, with internal halyards. The hull is solid fiberglass construction and does have some gel coat surface blisters above the waterline, but they do not appear to be structural. She recently had the following engine work accomplished: New head gasket, two new exhaust valves, injector service, new

1978 Ingrid Bluewater

1978 Ingrid Bluewater

$37,995

Muskegon, Michigan

Year 1978

Make Ingrid

Model Bluewater

Category Sailboats

Length 38'

Posted Over 1 Month

1978 Ingrid Bluewater The Ingrid 38, from the pen of William Atkin, is a heavy displacement bluewater ketch derived from Colin Archer's famous double ender designs, which in turn were inspired by Viking boats renowned for their heavy weather characteristics. Perhaps Atkin sums it up best by saying it's, "the kind of boat that behaves herself in rough water and can be depended upon to sail herself". (To that part we do hear frequent mentions of the superb one-finger-on-tiller tracking and a comfortable ride.) With her old-world style she's a good looking boat with a sheer line reminiscent of the Crealock's famous Westsail 32. Her seaworthiness is there to see in her full keel, heavy displacement and overbuilt construction. Her hull is heavily hand-laid in fiberglass, there's robust outboard chain plates and an outboard rudder protected by extra fiberglass, as well as a large bronze shoe casting should she scrub the bottom. Atkins' main rework on the Ingrid 38 from Archer's original design was finer entry on the bow which cushions her landing off the waves. And also below the waterline, she has a long full keel with deep v-sections forward keeping her stable in the rough. The ballast is encapsulated and is distributed from bow to stern to keep the weight as low as possible. Rounding this off, there's plenty of flotation fore and aft which helps keep her dry. The trade off of heavy displacement and ultimate stability is usually in speed, but the Ingrid 38 is not considered fast. Surprisingly she's known to sail pretty well in light airs with owners reporting she'll do half the wind speed up to 8 knots of wind. However, she's a boat that comes into her own in heavier seas. By the numbers, her hull speed works out at 7.2 knots, but she'll more often manage a consistent 6 knots while cruising. The ketch rig gives plenty of options on all points of sail and she's an easy boat to single-hand. The sails are Schattauer Sails from Seattle and are original and in good condition. They were sent to the local sail loft and checked over for the 2015 sailing season. Maggie O'Katie is her original name and she is a fresh water boat only. This boat has never seen salt water. This is only the second owner of this vessel. The hull and deck were built by Blue Water Boats in Washington state and it is reported that these are the same builders that build the Nordic Tugs. The interior was finished in oak planks by the original owner. The interior trim and finish were never completed, but there is not much left to complete. The galley area is a great workspace for any type of cooking. The galley does show that it has been used over the many years, as can been seen by the water stains. The masts are hollow box construction and are finished bright and are now in need of refinishing. The boom bright work presents itself well, as they were refinished in 2015. The hull is solid fiberglass construction with foam insulated on the

1974 Bluewater Ingrid

1974 Bluewater Ingrid

$29,895

Muskegon, Michigan

Year 1974

Make Bluewater

Model Ingrid

Category Sailboats

Length 38'

Posted Over 1 Month

1974 Bluewater Ingrid The Ingrid 38 from the pen of William Atkin is a heavy displacement blue water ketch derived from Colin Archer's famous double ender designed North Sea pilot boats, which in turn were inspired by Viking boats renowned for their heavy weather characteristics. Perhaps Atkin sums it up best by saying it's "the kind of boat that behaves herself in rough water and can be depended upon to sail herself". (To that part we do hear frequent mentions of the superb one-finger-on-tiller tracking and a comfortable ride.) With her old world style, Josette's a good looking boat with a sheer line reminiscent of Crealock's famous Westsail 32. Her seaworthiness is there to see in her full keel, heavy displacement and overbuilt construction. Her hull is heavily hand laid in fiberglass. There's robust outboard chain plates and an outboard rudder protected by extra fiberglass and a large bronze shoe casting should she scrub the bottom. Atkin's main rework on the Ingrid 38 from Archer's original design was finer entry on the bow which "cushions" her landing off the waves and even may increase speed slightly. Below the waterline she has a long full keel with deep v-sections forward keeping her stable in the rough. The ballast is encapsulated and is distributed from bow to stern, to keep the weight as low as possible. Rounding this off, there's plenty of flotation designed in her ends, fore and aft which helps keep her dry. The trade off of heavy displacement and ultimate stability is usually in speed so the Ingrid 38 is not considered fast. Surprisingly she's known to sail pretty well in light airs, as owners report she'll do half the wind speed in up to 8 knots of wind. However, she's a boat that comes into her own in heavier seas. By the numbers, her hull speed works out at 7.2 knots but she'll more often manage a consistent 6 knots while cruising. The cutter rig gives plenty of options on all points of sail and she's an easy boat to single-hand. Josette is her original name and she has spent most of her life in fresh water. She only spent one year in salt water in 1985, her original launch year. This is a one-owner vessel. The hull was built by Blue Water Yachts in Washington state and it is reported that these are the same builders that build the Nordic Tugs. The interior cabin sides (ceiling) were finished in oak planks by the original owner. The hull is foam insulated to keep you cool when it is hot outside and warm when it is cold outside. The galley area is a great work space for any type of cooking. The mast is anodized aluminum construction by MetalMast Marine, with internal halyards. The hull is solid fiberglass construction but does have some surface blisters above the waterline, but they do not appear to be structural. She has Profurl roller furling on the yankee to make her easier to handle as well as a staysail that can act as a storm sail if you need it. The