Burger Boat Commences Hull 508

Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Burger Boat Company of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, has commenced construction of Hull 508, a 140 ft by 29 ft tri-deck motor yacht. Hull 508 is being built using modular construction processes. Each module is built to increase access to the various components while providing the ability to start outfitting each module earlier in the construction process, resulting in increased accuracy and project efficiency.

Scheduled for a spring 2010 launch, Hull 508 features accommodations for 10. Designed to be fully accessible, Hull 508 features a glass enclosed circular elevator servicing all decks. The main deck consists of a full beam master suite, large formal salon, formal dining room and a teak aft deck with a large dining area. The bridge deck consists of an owner’s office situated aft of the wheel house, a butler’s pantry and a large sky lounge which leads to an inviting open deck area complete with a centerline dining table. The sun deck includes a large hot tub with sun pads, a built-in barbeque, multiple dining areas, a port side powder room and an air conditioned all glass exercise room accessible by way of the glass enclosed elevator.

(www.burgerboat.com)

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