Tenacity Hits the Water

Wednesday, June 15, 2005
The Burger Boat Company fleet launched Tenacity in early June. The Johnson’s of Minnesota are owners of the new Burger-built 116-ft. Raised Pilothouse yacht. Tenacity is a traditionally styled, four stateroom, raised pilothouse motor yacht with raised-panel Makoré (African Cherry) throughout and Madrone burl wood accent panels. The galley allows ample space to provide a center island bar, dinette forward with a split table and luxury appliances. The electronics package includes black boxes, a Furuno dual frequency deep water sonar, a night vision camera and a chart plotter that is accessible through plasma TV’s in the main salon, galley and Captain’s stateroom. There are two cranes on the boat deck: one for launching the 17.5 ft. (5.3 m) tender and the other for launching the water toys.
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