will have all four V Series center consoles on display at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, Oct. 27-31, led by this Kingston Grey V-46 with quad Mercury 450Rs. The flagship of the fleet, the Valhalla 46 has quickly established itself as the new premier high-performance luxury center console from 45 to 50 feet. The deck layout stresses freedom of movement and 360-degree fishability while still providing a high level of seating comfort. The console is home to an expansive lounge (with a soothing leg-elevating design) as well as a two-person seat. Moving forward, you have port and starboard bench seats that can also be used as lounges thanks to their Release Marine teak backrests. The upholstery is top-shelf, featuring custom shades of grey and white along with Diamond/Bentley stitching. The V-46 helm is unrivaled in this market segment, especially when it comes to visibility, operator ergonomics and aesthetic design. With its significant size, the Valhalla 46 has ample room for two rows of seating under the custom hardtop. The Release Marine teak helm chairs (with individual armrests and folding bolsters) have been a huge hit with owners. The cockpit is yet another area where seating versatility and fishing prowess are highly evident, with aft-facing mezzanine seating providing the perfect location to take in the fishing action while staying clear of the anglers. A pair of seats flanking the dual 54-gallon transom live wells can quickly be folded up to maximize deck space. The comfort continues inside the console, which boasts air conditioning, excellent headroom (67), abundant natural light and a galley with all the conveniences youll need to whip up a meal for family or friends. The dinette converts into a queen-size berth, and there a 32-inch HD TV on the forward bulkhead.
The V-46 walk-in machinery room stands out as a ground-breaking engineering and design development in the center console market, keeping mechanical and electrical systems protected in one well-lit, easily accessible location.