65' / 19.81m

Jupiter , Florida , United States
This 65' Viking Convertible will let you experience the Viking difference. With flawless engineering and well-designed styling, the 65’ Viking is in a class all its own. Owner wants to move up to a larger motor yacht.
Sport Fishing
Fiberglass Hull
HIN/IMO: VKY65348D202
Vessel ID# 2792151
$1,245,000 USD
€1,139,624 Euros
CA$1,667,657 CAD
£1,006,161 GBP

She was peeled and completely repainted from the waterline up by Viking in 2022 to the tune of $300,000. Also has a new short block on starboard side with 682 hours (8/15/22), and 4887 hours on port. Just received all new fluids and filters (8/1/22), as well as waxed and bottom touched up.


Data Sheet
LOA 65' (19.81 meters)
Type power
Year 2002
Beam 18'
Draft Max 5'
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass

Engine 1

I D 124234
Engine Make MTU
Engine Model 16V2000
Engine Type Inboard
Power HP 1800.00

Engine 2

I D 124235
Engine Make MTU
Engine Model 16V2000
Engine Type Inboard
Power HP 1800.00


For more information about this vessel, please contact Mike Burke.
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Mike Burke

Yacht Broker
Soverel Harbour Marina
2401 PGA Blvd
Palm Beach Gardens 33410 United States
Cell: 1-561-722-1063

A true Midwesterner at his core, Indiana native Mike Burke didn't exactly see selling yachts as a future career path. Sure, he'd visited Lake Michigan during trips to Chicago as a youngster and seen the marine industry at work, but it wasn't something that necessarily caught the eye of a kid from a blue-collar, mining family. 

His dad, uncles, they all cut their teeth in the steel industry, and before that, some of his early ancestors were coal miners in West Virginia. Fast forward to the early '80s, when Mike found himself down in South Florida at the behest of a good friend and diesel mechanic, who thought the Sunshine State could offer him more in the way of a promising career. 

Sensing the market was ripe now that he was living in the yachting capital of the world, Burke and a group of pals started their own company – Palm Beach Power – a couple years after arriving. Burke then spent nearly the next two decades servicing and repairing boats for clients around the globe. 

Mike remembered it this way during a recent interview with North Palm Beach Life: "I flew all over the world," he recalled. "I went to Egypt three times and worked on a Sheik's boat, plus trips to the Caribbean, Mexico, Bahamas. Whenever boats broke down, they would fly us in. I loved it. I was the Diesel Doctor and got special treatment. Life was good."

Mike continued to work as a diesel mechanic, often being tapped to perform inspections on engines for some of the industry's major yacht dealers. One of the companies he worked alongside, HMY Yacht Sales, eventually offered him a job selling yachts, as opposed to just repairing them. Mike made great use of the opportunity, ultimately positioning himself as one of HMY's top brokers, selling 400 or so boats in his time there, with an average of more than $35 million in annual sales. 

Later, he would leave HMY to become a yacht broker with Westport Yachts, one of the nation's most respected boat builders, where he spent his time focusing on the sale of larger yachts, with heftier price tags.

Mike now brings those years of experience on the repair side, as well as a strong pedigree in superyacht sales, with him to Denison Yachting, where he's poised to lead the company's sales efforts in Palm Beach.