Burger Boat Tò-Kalòn & Ingot Award Finalists

Sunday, August 30, 2009
Photo courtesy Burger Boat

Burger Boat Company announced that Tò-Kalòn, a 2008 101.5-ft Enclosed Bridge Motor Yacht  and INGOT, a 2008 153-ft Tri-Deck Motor Yacht have been selected by the International Superyacht Society membership as finalists for the 2009 International Superyacht Society Design Awards in their respective categories.

Each year the International Superyacht Society recognizes yacht owners, builders, designers, interior designers, naval architects and stylists at its annual awards gala. This year’s awards ceremony will be held Thursday October 29, 2009 during the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Design Award selections are made by the individual members of the society who evaluate many deserving yachts in each of five categories. Voting is by peers active in the yachting industry, therefore being selected as a finalist is a rich compliment.

Tò-Kalòn is a Design Award finalist for Best Power Yacht in the 24m – 40m category and INGOT is a Design Award finalist for Best Power Yacht in the 40m – 65m category.

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