Burger Boat, Setzer Design Futuristic Vessel

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Burger Boat Company and Setzer Design Group have partnered to bring about a futuristic vessel based on the Setzer “Vision Line.”

The 185 ft Specter offers up to five cabins below, each with oversized port lights providing exceptional views. The elaborate owner’s suite would include recessed hull-side balconies providing additional living space and private outside retreats. Generous accommodations for a crew of 12 would be situated forward.

This design offers possible amenities such as a large theater, gym with spa, observation rooms and two galley areas.  A large helicopter deck can be incorporated to extend above the sun deck while a cabana can be located aft with dockage doors that deploy port and starboard.

Burger Boat Company designs and builds custom motor yachts, in aluminum and/or steel, ranging in sizes to 200 ft.


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