Ingot and Tò-Kalòn Nominated for Awards

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Burger Boat Company announced that Asia-Pacific Boating and China Boating magazines have nominated Tò-Kalòn, a 101 ft Burger Enclosed Bridge Motor Yacht, for “Most Innovative Exterior Yacht Design of the Year” and INGOT, a 153 ft Burger Tri-Deck Motor Yacht, for “Best Motor Yacht” (86 feet and up) for the 2009 Asia Boating Awards.

The Annual Asia Boating Award was created by Asia-Pacific Boating and China Boating magazines to recognize the best of the maritime industry.  This year the event will be held during China’s premier boating event, the China International Boat Show, on April 17, 2009 at the Le Royal Meridien Shanghai. Some additional awards include: best Asian motor yacht builder, best sailing yachts, most innovative interior yacht design of the year, and new to this year, best racing yacht.
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Burger Boat Company announced that Asia-Pacific Boating and China Boating magazines have nominated Tò-Kalòn, a 101 ft Burger Enclosed Bridge Motor Yacht, for “Most Innovative Exterior Yacht Design of the Year” and INGOT, a 153 ft Burger Tri-Deck Motor Yacht, for “Best Motor Yacht” (86 feet and up) for the 2009 Asia Boating Awards.

The Annual Asia Boating Award was created by Asia-Pacific Boating and China Boating magazines to recognize the best of the maritime industry.  This year the event will be held during China’s premier boating event, the China International Boat Show, on April 17, 2009 at the Le Royal Meridien Shanghai. Some additional awards include: best Asian motor yacht builder, best sailing yachts, most innovative interior yacht design of the year, and new to this year, best racing yacht.

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