Viking made some changes in the layout, as well. On the flying bridge, for example, a center island is flanked by a long bench seat and walkway to port and starboard, with a forward-facing bench seat in front of the helm. Viking opted for three teak ladder-back chairs, one for the captain and one on either side. As one would expect, the Palm Beach-style helm features single-lever controls and power steering, and the console includes room for three 16-inch navigation displays plus a host of additional electronics, all behind acrylic doors so they can be seen without being exposed to salt air. The bridge also includes a chest freezer, a drink box, plenty of stowage and a freshwater washdown.