GO FOURTH is one of the last of the Hargrave influenced designs from Burger at this length. She offers excellent volume resulting in three private staterooms aft, each with en-suite head and shower. She also has one of the nicest open aft decks to be found on a yacht of this size. GO FOURTH is also unique in that her owners have restored her to a condition that very possibly is better than new and yet retains the charm and functionality of a traditional custom yacht.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Burger Boat Co.
Designer: Burger Boat Co.
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Semi-Displacement
LOA: 92 ft 0 in
Beam: 20 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 10 in
Fresh Water Tanks: (1100 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (5400 Gallons)
GO FOURTHis a classic Burger in yacht condition. She is stunning from all angles while at the same time her machinery and systems offer the latest technology available today. Several years ago the yacht’s entire interior received a major refit which included all new mahogany raised panel joiner work throughout. This included all new headliners with exposed mahogany beams overhead and all new lighting. At the same time all of the yacht’s heads including the crew quarters and on-deck powder room were updated with new fixtures, marble vanity tops, and marble inlaid soles. Teak and holly soles were installed in the pilothouse and galley areas and new teak decks were installed on the yacht’s aft deck. All the above work was performed by qualified craftsmen with appropriate results for a pedigree Burger yacht.
Her traditional profile together with Burger’s customary teak trim and railings makes GO FOURTH one of the most appealing designs on the waterfront.
GO FOURTHoffers three double staterooms aft, each with ensuite head and shower. There are separate crew quarters forward for three or four persons plus a separate crew lounge. Access to the full width, stand-up engine room is from the crew quarters. On the main deck starting forward is the formal dining salon/study, the fully updated galley, lovely main salon with traditional Honduras mahogany paneling and cabinetry, and a full width aft deck salon. The cockpit, which was added to the vessel several years ago, is accessed from the aft deck via stairs aft to starboard. For handling improvement the rudders were replaced with48” foil shaped, asymmetrical rudders and the yacht’s keel was extended to achieve directional stability. The pilothouse, situated between the main salon aft and the galley forward, is raised three steps above the main deck level for excellent visibility. Access to the flybridge is from the pilothouse via the built-in stairs to starboard.
The full width master cabin is aft with walkaroundCaliforniaking sized berth with bedside cabinets to port and starboard and bulkhead mounted reading lamps. Bureaus are built-in on each side of the bed with numerous drawers. Large linen drawers are located beneath the bed on each side and at the foot. Cedar lined, his and hers closets are outboard and include a safe for owner’s valuables. The ensuite head is forward to starboard and includes a lighted vanity with large mirrors, towel bars, marble counter with under-mounted sink, marble inlaid sole, and a glass enclosed bathtub with shower.
Port and Starboard Guest Cabins
The two guest cabins are forward of the master with a companionway between and a linen locker at the end of the hall. A laundry center is also built-in to port. Both staterooms have cedar lined hanging closets as well as ensuite heads with showers. The port side guest room is furnished with twin lower berths and an extraPullmanberth with custom partitions for infants. The starboard stateroom is furnished with a queen sized berth and a fold-down single berthPullman.
The décor and furnishings in all three staterooms are fresh and tastefully done. Digital air conditioning controls enable precise control of temperature and humidity. All three heads in the owner/guest accommodations were completely gutted and refit with new marble flooring, vanity fixtures, and marble countertops. Lighting has been updated as well. The décor is crisp, clean, and traditional.
Crew accommodations are all the way forward, accessed from the passageway connecting the pilothouse to the galley and formal dining salon forward. There are two separate staterooms for the crew and one head. The forward cabin, to starboard, has upper and lower berths to starboard with a work station desk and storage cabinets opposite. A refrigerator is aft to starboard and an overhead deck hatch provides access to the foredeck. Forward from this stateroom is the watertight door access to the chain locker which shows the forward framing and shell plating to be dry and in as new condition. Aft to port is the crew head with marble counter and sole and a walk-in shower. Next aft is the crew lounge with a built-in TV. Opposite to starboard is the captain’s cabin with a queen berth, closet, and abundant drawer space.
The engine room is accessed from the crew quarters through a watertight engine room bulkhead door. The engine room is full width and has full standing headroom. There has been a great deal of attention paid to the engine room and it shows. Many updated and new systems have been installed and the entire engine room is spotlessly clean. An aluminum workbench is located just forward of the starboard engine. In recent years the vessel’s tanks and necessary hull plating have been rebuilt. Dripless stuffing boxes were installed on the main engine shafts. The bilges are clean and dry and there are four independent bilge pumps in the engine room including a high capacity pump equipped with a fool proof float switch which, when activated, also activates an alarm system programmed to telephone the captain or owner.
The main deck was fully updated over the past 5-6 years beginning at the dining salon and working aft. All new main deck headliners were installed with new branch wiring and insulation installed. The majority of the lighting fixtures replaced with modern, halogen lighting while retaining the 24V DC emergency lighting.
In addition, all of the yacht’s interior woodwork was either re-finished or replaced. Great attention to detail is evident throughout in the updating process while still retaining the vessel’s original and traditional charm.
Aft of the galley and forward of the main salon is the teak lined pilothouse. There is excellent visibility forward and to each side with three large windows across the front. The teak and holly sole shines beautifully underfoot.
The entire pilothouse electronics console was updated with new woodwork and sensibly mounted instrumentation. Overhead monitors include the vessel’s closed circuit television system with engine room and rear facing cameras along with battery and electrical system monitors, wind, depth, speed, and heading monitors, and one of two pilothouse VHF radios.
At the last paint job, the pilothouse windows were removed and re-sealed, and equipped with washers and new electric windshield wipers to replace the original, air operated wipers.
There is a built-in, upholstered bench seat aft to port with chart drawers and teak and holly footrests below. A stairway to starboard provides easy access to the flybridge area. A passageway offset to starboard opens forward to the galley and aft to the main salon area.
Furuno Navnet C-map/GPS monitor
Simrad AP 25 autopilot
Furuno color radar
Icom VHF radio
Icom IC M710 Single side band radio
Controls for engines, stabilizers, air horns, searchlights
Glendenning electronic engine controls
Emergency engine shut downs
Simrad win/depth IS20
Windshield washer/wiper system
Teak ships wheel with stainless steel “Destroyer” rim
Galley and Dining Salon
Forward and down a few steps from the pilothouse is the passage door into the galley to port. Large windows on both sides of the vessel bring in plenty of natural light while there are also new lighting fixtures overhead and beneath cabinets. The countertops are white formica and cabinet faces and hardware were recently updated, doors painted Chevy white hi-gloss Imron for a crisp yacht look. The galley soles as with the companionway and pilothouse were updated with gloss finished teak and holly. Forward from the galley is the formal dining salon, also with large windows port and starboard and paneled in richly finished Honduras mahogany.
GE Profile Microwave
GE Convection oven
KitchenAid trash compactor
Dacor 4 burner range with grill
GE Profile 2 door refrigerator
Dual stainless steel sink
Assorted small appliances
U-Line refrigerator - flybridge
Sub-zero ice maker - aft deck
Scotsman refrigerator – aft deck
Refrigerator in crew quarters
Frigidaire washer & dryer – aft quarters
Miele washer & dryer – crew quarters
Freezer in lazarette
Aft from the galley to starboard is the passageway to the main salon area. Stairs to the raised pilothouse are inboard of this passageway as is the on-deck powder room. The main salon is surrounded by large windows fitted with curtains and shades. The salon woodwork is beautifully finished mahogany including an exposed beam overhead. There is ample built-in storage all the way aft including a cabinet for entertainment electronics and the flat screen television which can be lowered out of sight. Access to the owner and guest staterooms is aft to port in the main salon by way of a well lighted stairway. Access to the aft deck is opposite to starboard.
The aft deck salon is full width and planked with continuous length teak planking. On the forward bulkhead is a teak wet bar with sink, refrigerator, ice maker and storage cabinets. To port and starboard, teak framed wing doors provide access to the side decks. The aft salon is nicely furnished with rattan style seating, a built-in bench seat aft, and a pedestal mounted dining table. The aft salon is enclosed with sliding windows to each side and EZ2CY panels across the rear. Two independent air handlers supply this aft area with air conditioning or heating as desired.
The flybridge console is forward with a centerline helm station and two pedestal mounted helm chairs with footrests. Aft to port is an L-shaped settee with dry storage beneath. The radar mast is centered and has built-in cabinetry beneath for storage and a refrigerator/ice maker. Opposite to port is a built-in cabinet for storage.
Aft of the flybridge is the boat deck with chocked cradles for two tenders and an 8 person liferaft canister. A Marquip hydraulic operated crane has more than adequate capacity for launching the vessel’s tenders.
Controls for engines, stabilizers, bow thruster, air horns, engine synchronizer, searchlights
2 Furuno Navnet C-map GPS/Radar/Plotter/Depth
Simrad depth, speed, water temp. and wind gauges
Robertson autopilot controls
Furuno GP-33 GPS
2 Icom VHF radios
Jenssen am/fm CD player
Marquip custom tender crane
15’Novurania HBI tender w/ 50hp Honda OB
14’Sea Scanner w/ 50 hp Honda OB
Radar mast lowering is 120V mechanically operated and has custom fitted tabernacle
Flybridge hardtop with full 3 side Isinglass zippered enclosure
Custom stainless steel anchor pulpit and roller system
80 kgBruce anchor
105lb CQR Plow anchor
400’½” marine grade galvanized chain
Ideal Electric 220V windlass system
Rod holders in cockpit
Cockpit shower system
Built-in storage cabinets in cockpit
Stainless steel cockpit sink
Tide ride boarding stairs
Side mount boarding ladder
Fenders and lines
Additional freezer in cockpit lazarette
Extra fuel tank beneath swim platform
GM 12V71 TI main engines, 2400 hours since last major overhaul
24Volt main engine starters
Twin Disc transmissions, 3:1 reduction
Metcalf main engine exhaust risers/mufflers – 2008
Complete set spare main engine exhaust manifolds
Port engine mounted hydraulic PTO – bow thruster
Dual hydraulic steering pumps
Dual hydraulic stabilizer pumps
Twin 32kw Northern Lights generators
Centek water-drop generator exhaust silencers
Racor fuel filters
Flo-Scan fuel monitoring system
Flo-Scan digital tachometers
Engine room engine instruments and digital tachometers
Fuel transfer system w/ timer system
Racor fuel filters
Built-in oil change system
Underwater exhaust with low speed side valves
Delta-T engine room de-misters
Variable speed 110V engine room blower system
Active engine room air intake system
3 automatic/manual bilge pumps
High capacity 2” diaphragm bilge pump system
2 bilge sumps with automatic pump systems
Glendenning electronic engine controls, manual back-up system
Glendenning engine synchronizer
Jastrom hydraulic steering w/ back-up system
Quantum oversized stabilizer system, ARC 3000
Quantum hydraulic 50 hp thruster
Halon engine room fire control system and fire extinguishers throughout
Cruisair air conditioning w/ reverse cycle heat – 13 units
SMX digital air condition controls throughout
Spare props and stub shaft
48”Naca asymmetrical rudders
Black and gray water sump tanks
Engine alarms and emergency stops
Acoustical and thermal engine room insulation
30 gallon water heater in engine room in addition to 50 gallon in lazarette
Village Marine 600 gpd water maker
Ultraviolet domestic fresh water purifying system
Five Headhunter Royal Flush fresh water heads
Headhunter tank monitor system with alarms
Mechanical bilge pump and 3 back-up pumps
450 gallon black water holding tank capacity
100 gallongray water tank capacity
Lasdrop dripless shaft seals
Shaft saver coupling discs
Rolla 5 blade propellers
3 Trico 12V windshield wiper motors
Extensive inventory of spare pumps, motors, fittings, etc.
Custom Martron bilge/fire/intrusion alarm system with cell alert
Two 32kw Northern Lights generators, 12V starters, 110/220V output
Port and starboard shore power connections, 100amp single phase
Dual Stabiline voltage regulators
Dual Acme isolation transformers
Two Mastervolt 24V automatic battery chargers
Mastervolt 12V automatic battery charger
24V Engine starting system
12/24V shipboard emergency lighting system
2 – 24V battery banks; 2 – 12V battery banks
GO FOURTH is one of the last of the Hargrave influenced designs from Burger at this length. She offers excellent volume resulting in three private staterooms aft, each with en-suite head and shower. She also has one of the nicest open aft decks to be found on a yacht of this size. GO FOURTH is also unique in that her owners have restored her to a condition that very possibly is better than new and yet retains the charm and functionality of a traditional custom yacht. The crew quarters are also very spacious for a vessel of this size offering two separate staterooms and a comfortable crew lounge. Exterior paint and varnish are in excellent condition as are her teak decks. Her interior woodwork and furnishings reflect the fit and finish one would expect aboard a much newer Burger yacht. GO FOURTH represents an outstanding opportunity to own an extremely clean, traditional yacht with an excellent pedigree.
Accessories, personal items, & artwork
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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