Valhalla Boatworks V 37
Hitting the sweet spot in the V Series lineup, the V-37 shines as a versatile coastal or offshore fish-raising thoroughbred with the legs to run long distances powered by either twin or triple outboards.
Performance needs vary depending on region, fishing preferences, targeted species and other factors. With that in mind, we offer four different power choices: triple Mercury Verado 300s or 400s, triple Yamaha 300s or twin Yamaha 425s. Ease of operation and comfort aboard are high priorities. Each engine installation can be equipped with joystick helm control featuring GPS station-keeping. The Valhalla Boatworks V 37 has been designed and engineered for a Seakeeper SK 3, which is mounted in the stringer grid and accessed through a gasketed, tightly sealed deck hatch.
The V-37 can be outfitted with an aft mezzanine seating module with armrests, tackle storage and an insulated cooler (or optional live well) under the seat. And she’s loaded with lockers, compartments and hardware that maximize storage while maintaining the boat’s 360-degree accessibility. For instance, the standard lounge that’s integrated into the forward console holds a cooler and dry storage, and the GG Schmitt transom seats can be flipped up and out of the way when it’s time to fish.
The fiberglass hardtop of the Valhalla Boatworks V 37 can be equipped with an array of accessories that heighten fishing capabilities, such as a six-rod rocket launcher, molded-in electronics and radar pods and Lumitec spreader lights.
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Kusler Yachts has been in business since 2010 and is one of the most successful yacht brokerages in Southern California cumulating over 50 years of on-the-water experience.
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Answering the Viking Call
The Valhalla V 37 is a result of the cooperative effort of the Viking design & engineering team and Michael Peters Yacht Design(MPYD). With the use of patented technology from MPYD the V-37 features a Stepped-V Ventilated Tunnel running surface that reduces drag while increasing speed, stability, and efficiency.
Proud bows, gently sloping S-shaped sheers, double forward chines, helm pods, raised toe rails, and mezzanine seating are some of the hallmarks that the V-37 encompasses. Viking engineering and mechanical prowess shine through as well, with customized Seakeeper installations that do not sacrifice storage or deck space and mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems designed and built to unmatched levels.
On deck, a raised transom live well, in-deck fish boxes, strategically located rod holders, a port dive door and an abundance of storage space are just a few of the standard features on the V-37 boat.