Modern designed, aft engine room Burger with superior engineering. Fresh exterior hull paint and varnish together with all new interior soft goods and elegant fixtures make her very desirable. All systems brought up to rigorous standards. Three spacious double staterooms plus crew accommodations for 3. Fully equipped and ready to go.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Burger Boat Co.
Designer: Don O'Keeffe
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Semi-Displacement
LOA: 91 ft 0 in
Beam: 22 ft 9 in
Minimum Draft: 5 ft 6 in
Displacement: 186000 lbs Half Load
Engine Brand: Detroit Diesel
Year Built: 1994
Engine Model: 12V92TA
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Brand: Detroit Diesel
Year Built: 1994
Engine Model: 12V92TA
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Fresh Water Tanks: (1200 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (7500 Gallons)
Modern designed, aft engine room Burger with superior engineering throughout. Fresh exterior hull paint and varnish together with all new interior soft goods and elegant fixtures make her very desirable. All systems brought up to rigorous standards. CURRENT ISSUE offers three spacious double staterooms plus separate crew accommodations for 3. Fully equipped and ready to go.
On the lower deck, CURRENT ISSUE has engine room aft for superior noise, heat, and odor attenuation. There is a double, heavily insulated bulkhead separating the engine room from the accommodation areas of the yacht. Situated amidship on the lower level and in the most comfortable section of the yacht are three ensuite staterooms and two crew staterooms are forward. The main deck has a large and open aft deck, walkaround side decks, spacious main salon with large windows on three sides, day head and country style galley forward. The raised pilothouse is amidship with access to the flying bridge and boat deck level. From the aft deck the engine room watertight door is accessed via a lighted stairway down to the integral swim platform or when underway, through the engine room hatch in the aft deck.
Main deck level
The AFT DECK is large, open, decked in teak and covered by the hard top. A solid weather rail surrounds this area, interrupted only by the gated stairs to the swim platform. There are cushioned Rattan deck chairs with ottomans and two matching teak end table. Shore access is via the swim platform or through midship weather rail boarding gates. A centerline single door from the aft deck opens to the Main Salon. Port and starboard side decks lead from the aft deck to the bow with midship entry doors on each side to the vessel's interior.
The MAIN SALON is spacious and comfortable with elegant dark wood paneling and large windows aft and along each side. A lounging section is aft with sofa and an array of upholstered chairs, cocktail and end tables. A fixed cabinet midway in the salon houses a 42” flat screen television. The bright natural light from the surrounding panoramic windows can be moderated by Hunter Douglas silhouette blinds. Blue/Beige carpeting in a Greek design complement the sofa and arm chairs and the other furnishings of this charming salon. Subtle overhead lighting and wide varnished carlins and ceiling panels enhance the yachting ambience.
To starboard is a built-in cabinet with raised panel doors for storage. Forward on the salon bulkhead, the granite topped, mirror backed bar is furnished with a sink, refrigerator/icemaker and deep storage. Cabinets overhead contain stemware and accoutrements.
Forward to port is the elegant DAY HEAD/POWDER ROOM. Port and starboard midship entry doors give access to the open side decks.
The PILOTHOUSE is up five steps from the main deck with access both port and starboard. Wraparound windows provide a commanding view and a leather upholstered bench seat with chart storage beneath enables seating for helmsman and guests. New in 2012 is a custom teak adjustable table on stainless steel pedestals. All the desired aids to navigation, safety, systems and electronics are systematically placed for greatest convenience to the helmsman. Built-in stairs to port of the bench seat provide access to the flybridge.
Electronic and Navigational Equipment: Pilothouse
- Stabilizers: Vosper w/Koopnautic upgrade
- Bow thruster: Hydra Power Systems
- Autopilot: Simrad 28, 2 station with new rate type compass integrated with the Garmin GPS units (new 2012)
- Radar: Furuno
- Radar: Garmin dome type 48 mile (new 2012)
- Loran/GPS: (2) Garmin GPS Map 5208. One is dedicated to aft facing camera.
- Nobletec: GPS navigation system
- Garmin AIS: Send/receive unit B, 2012
- Monitor: VEI 20” daylight viewable for radar system
- Fuel transfer pump/meter/timer: Great Plains Industries
- Windshield wiper & washers: Pneumatic/fresh water
- Instrumentation: VDO
- Fuel tank gauges, manual: Hersey
New Garimn AIS send/receive unit B, 2012
New Garmin DS with gauges/connections installed 2011
New Garmin flat panel units, one on FB, two in PH, 2011.
New bench seat leather upholstery, 2010.
New custom teak table on adjustable s/s pedestals, 2012
Serviced and updated windshield wiper systems, 2010.
New electronic fuel gauges, 2009
New HP Officejet 6500 printer
Country style galley
Forward from the pilothouse, the starboard side companionway leads to the COUNTRY STYLE GALLEY and DINETTE area. A granite topped center island divides galley from dinette. Spacious and a favorite gathering area, the galley features long Dakota mahogany granite counters and back splash to match the granite topped island. The varnished wood dinette table is mounted on a track system to provide easy access to a comfortable settee. Additional pull-up seating allows seating for up to eight. The galley is well equipped and has adequate storage space for extended cruising.
- Refrigerator: SubZero 601R
- Freezer drawers: (2) SubZero 700 BF
- Dishwasher: Kitchen Aid, stainless, 577G
- Wine cooler: SubZero 48 bottle wine cooler
- Microwave Convection oven: GE Profile
- Disposal: ISE 77
- Double stainless sink
- TV: Sony 27" flatscreen on forward bulkhead, 2011
- Rope lighting
- Washer and Dryer: Maytag heavy duty
The FOREDECK area is accessed as previously mentioned from the aft deck via the side decks and from the main salon area through port and starboard midship doors. The side deck and foredeck surfaces are painted Awlgrip with nonskid. High bulkwards with exposed framing and varnished teak caprails provide safe and secure protection for passengers while enjoying or working these areas. From the foredeck a large cuddy for storage and foredeck shore power hook-up is built into the forward portion of the deckhouse. This area has stand-up headroom and is spacious enough for an optional freezer and other extra equipment. Integral steps and a stainless railing are built-in as well to enable access up to the top of the trunk cabin for use as a sun deck level or simply for cleaning and maintenance of the yacht. The foredeck itself is spacious and well equipped for anchor and line handling. A watertight foredeck hatch is an emergency egress hatch for crew.
For the MASTER and TWO GUEST STATEROOMS, a stairway forward in the salon leads down to a foyer from which arched doors lead to all staterooms. The extremely spacious MASTER STATEROOM is full width, featuring a centerline king berth flanked on both sides by built-in night cabinets, libraries, lighting, cedar closets, chests of drawers, a lounge settee for reading to port plus desk and storage to starboard. His and hers heads luxuriously serve this grand stateroom. To port is a large head with full size Jacuzzi tub/shower, toilet, marble sole and counter with sink. To starboard is another head with shower, head and counter with sink. At the foot of the master bed is a country French cabinet concealing a remote controlled, rising 27” flat screen color television. Paneling throughout the staterooms is light stained ash with new aqua tone carpet recently installed. All new carpeting, shams, spreads, drapes and cushions blend to create a warm and charming atmosphere in all staterooms.
The TWO GUEST STATEOOMS are quite generous in size, one having a queen berth and the other twin berths. Each has full head and shower, cedar closet, full entertainment electronics and fresh, extremely pleasant décor. New beige tone carpet in this area recently installed.
Two CREW STATEROOMS are privately located forward and down from the galley. The forward Captain’s cabin has a double berth while aft to port is upper lower berthed cabin for two crew. A large head with stall shower is shared by the crew. Both cabins have TV, DVD. Adjacent is the laundry room with fold away ironing board and linen storage.
The FLYING BRIDGE and BOAT DECK are gleaming and freshly fitted out. Full electronics, instruments and controls are forward including portable remote wing control. A bench observation seat for two faces the helm with wet bar, sink, and refrigerator built-in aft. Teak decking enhances the flybridge area with built-in lounge settees (with dry stowage beneath) aft to port and starboard and a varnished teak topped table on twin stainless pedestals (new in 2012) for dining or cocktails to starboard. A substantial bimini top covers the helm and flybridge seating area. A fixed radar arch is aft of the bimini top and incorporates all the antennae for navigation and communication instruments. A walkthrough between the settees opens aft to the BOAT DECK area with a stainless steel grill station to port and 8-man Avon life raft mounted on chocks to starboard. All the way aft is the low profile hydraulic operated tender crane. As the current owner tows a larger tender, the boat deck area is utilized as a sun deck area with portable chaise lounge seating. The RIB tender is in climate controlled storage on a new, single axle trailer.
- Compass: Danforth 5” (new 2012). Swung summer 2012 with correction card.
- Autopilot remote station: Robertson
- Rudder Angle Indicator: Robertson
- EPIRB: ACR 406
- Gauges: VDO
- Sirius radio
- AM/FM, CD, w/amplifier & 4 speakers
- Wind speed, direction, depth: B & G Hydra 2 system
- Main engines start/stop: Detroit Diesel
- Refrigerator: U-Line
- Portable remote: Throttle, gears and thruster – Glendenning
- Searchlight: ACR
- Sink, hot and cold: Stainless in bar aft of helm
- Grill: Solaire stainless steel, pin lock system for portability
- Covers: Seat, grill and FB console
Sirius radio and 4 speakers, 2010
Added two new ICOM IC-M304 VHF radios, 2010
New plexiglass wraparound windscreen, 2011
New LED down lighting from radar arch above grill area, 2011
The ENGINE ROOM is aft, which is a design feature initially implemented by the Burger Boat Company for better engineering on many fronts. Among the many benefits of this are included better sound, odor and heat attenuation as well as shorter propeller shafts and ease of alignment, and also improved tankage and vessel trim management. Engine room access is from the swim platform through a watertight door in the transom or, while underway, through a deck hatch from the aft deck. Upon entering from the transom door there is a workroom compartment with work bench and tool storage. Immediately to port is a water tight door to a sound insulated, generator compartment. A second watertight bulkhead separates the lazarette compartment from the engine room itself with a watertight, windowed door in between. Rudder access as well as the 33kw primary generator, watermaker, and other components are easily serviced from the two aft compartments while the engine room itself is a mechanic’s dream for ease of service access to all systems. Here the 36kw generator sits between the main engines, also in a sound shield and easily serviced. The center, 36kw generator powers the bow thruster and windlass and is utilized as the night generator.
Engine room updates
Port main engine block replaced with new long block in 2010.
Starboard engine rebuilt. Low hours on both.
Port ZF V-drive rebuilt, new shaft seal, full engine alignment (both) in 2010.
Engine hours since major overhaul: Port - 505 hrs; Starboard - 874 hrs. (July 19, 2012)
Both main engine exhaust systems serviced with new fiberglass tubes and blue hose including new stainless steel clamps, 2010/11.
Main engine alarms, gauges, senders and connections service and upgraded, summer 2011.
Black water waste tank pump and valve service, 2011. Waste tank approx. 400 gallons.
New air conditioning soft starts, 2010. New insulation to FB units (4), 2011.
Additional electronic updates to air conditioning units, chemical wash and upgrades annually, most recently summer 2011.
Stabilizers serviced, summer 2011, fins dropped and new seals, 2010.
Engine room exhaust fan rebuilt summer 2011.
Annual bottom paint and service, Roscioli Yachting Center, summer 2011.
Fire safety systems serviced and certified, May 2012, Sea Coast Fire, Miami, FL.
Glendenning remote control unit serviced at factory, 2011. New solenoid synch unit.
New PVC piping to air conditioning raw water pumps, 2011.
Engine room painted, 2009.
Steering rams rebuilt, 2009.
New Fuel tank gauges, 2009.
New fresh water (potable) filter system installed, two units, 2009.
Glendenning single lever w/synchronizer w/ manual cable backup.
The 38kw generator is located in the main part of the engine room in a sound box between the two main engines and has a power take-off supplying hydraulic power. Continuous duty on this set is 36kw. Full controls to start and stop this generator are in the engine room and also duplicated in the pilothouse. The 33kw generator, is mounted aft to port, in a sound box within an isolated, insulated mechanical room with a water tight entry door from the utility room. This unit is generally used to supply the vessel's power needs.
Spur’s line cutters installed at RYC June 2012 with custom zincs over shaft nuts, 2012.
All head compartments including crew quarters rebuilt with all new materials 2009, including all new plumbing fixtures, countertops, wall coverings.
All new soft goods, table and bedside lights in Guest cabins, 2011.
New carpet throughout including crew cabins and stairs, 2010/2011.
New tile in stateroom foyer, 2011.
All portlight gaskets replaced, 2010.
New stainless steel safety rails on swim platform, 2009.
New V-Cool window film treatment, main deck, pilothouse, and front windshield, 2009.
New stainless steel and teak steering wheel installed in pilothouse, 2009.
New LED safety approved reading lights installed in crew and twin cabins, 2009/2011.
New custom down lighting from radar arch for grill and flybridge area.
New Sat TV antenna with smaller dome on mast, 2010.
New televisions, salon, master, VIP, twin crew, and galley, 2011.
Last haulout and annual bottom service, summer 2011.
Main salon headliner removed, new insulation installed, headliner re-installed, new Velcro and staples, 2010.
New wood trim, drapes, custom sofa and cabinet in main salon, 2010.
All new galley settee cushions, drapes, wall coverings, 2011.
All new canvas, cushions, protective covers throughout exterior, 2010.
All mattresses throughout replaced w/ new by Handcraft mattress, 2009.
New head exhaust fans, 2009.
Extensive paint work and cosmetic upgrades performed in summer 2013.
CURRENT ISSUE is a remarkable yacht in remarkable condition. A quick glance through the preceding pages will reveal not only a very complete yacht but one which has been maintained and upgraded in exemplary fashion. Extensive paint work and cosmetic upgrades performed in summer 2013. An up-close and personal inspection will confirm this notion without exception.
China and stemware (does not include all of the everyday dishes and stemware)
Illuminated LED nameboards p/s
Ship's bell will be replaced with the bell that came with the boat. (In storage at Ocean Reef)
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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