When U.S.-based Viking Yachts joined forces with England’s Princess Yachts in the mid-1990s, few could have predicted that it would become one of the great trans-Atlantic partnerships of all time – right up there with Fleetwood Mac, though, perhaps, just short of President Roosevelt & Winston Churchill during World War II. Princess and Viking sought to build a European-style yacht with the performance, layout, and creature comforts that would appeal to U.S. buyers – and you don’t have to look beyond “Stray Cat”, a 2008 58′ Viking Princess, to see the wisdom in their approach.
The three-stateroom Stray Cat is not simply an eye-catching yacht with a mesmerizing cherry wood interior. Or JUST one of the cleanest 58-footers on the market. No, with her 26 knots cruise speed and considerable deadrise (19 degrees at the transom), she’s also an exciting, highly-capable sea boat. And one with a super ironic name – that’s because no “stray cat” in history has been so well cared for. NEW exterior teak, wall coverings, and main salon A/C are just a few of the recent additions. You can see her in Delray Beach any time you like – but, with her $699k asking price, why wait?
Check out Stray Cat’s HD Video here: https://www.26northyachts.com/…/2008-58-princess-stray-cat…/