Burger Boat Company – Monaco Celebrates Anniversary

Friday, March 03, 2006
One full year has passed since the Grand Opening of Burger Boat Company – Monaco. To celebrate the occasion, Burger hosted a reception for Monaco Captains in its belle époque office in the heart of Monaco. Information was shared on the current six projects currently underway at the shipyard in Manitowoc, Wis., including the 43m Tri-deck, Andrew Winch interior Sea Owl; the 47m Tri-deck, Vripack Interior Time For Us and the 44m traditionally-styled Fantail Cruiser, Ken Freivokh interior Sycara. Further discussion was given to the transformation at the renowned Burger Shipyard. In addition to the new 48,000 sq. ft. manufacturing complex that was completed in 2004, there is a new 43,000 sq. ft. Joiner Facility, a new $2.5 million, 500-tonne Marine Travelift giving Burger the ability to launch up to 200 ft. vessels and a new 40,000 sq. ft. (3800sqm) Headquarter Office to house Administration, Design and Engineering. Burger is now poised to handle a multitude of projects ranging in size from 115 to 200 ft.
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