n recent years, Viking Yachts has enjoyed nothing short of a coup in the semicustom sport-fisherman market. The New Jersey builder seems to know what its angling-focused customers desire even before the customers do. In fact, Viking says that it accounts for about 70 percent of the 110 or so large sport-fishermen built and sold each year. The builder is less known for its Motor Yacht line, which, until now, had two models: a 75 and an 82. That line’s new flagship, the 93 Motor Yacht, is the largest that Viking has offered since 2010, when its partnership with Princess Yachts in the U.K. produced the Viking Sport Cruisers 84. Though the 93 Motor Yacht is based on the 75’s design, the Westport 112 also helped it come to fruition. One Viking owner also has a Westport, and Viking’s designers and top brass spent a good amount of time on board that yacht learning how to nail down the needs of owners in that size range. What Viking developed from that experience is a boat built for socializing, one that lets hands-on owners feel at home while enjoying mega-yacht features.