Burger Boat Company's Sea Owl

Monday, October 04, 2010
Photo courtesy Burger Boat Company

Burger Boat Company announced Sea Owl, a 142-ft tri-deck motor yacht, has departed the Burger shipyard for her delivery voyage. Sea owl has been custom designed and built for an experienced American yachting family and is the result of a collaboration between the Burger Design Team, Andrew Winch Designs and Vripack.  Featuring a nautical and traditional interior for a contemporary lifestyle, Sea Owl has been completely personalized to her owner’s taste and requirements.

Reflective of the owner’s appreciation for nature, and unique to Sea Owl, are various hand-carved wildlife motifs above doorways throughout the vessel. The interior features multiple varieties of teak to create her traditional wall paneling, flooring and furniture.  The exterior spaces provide alfresco dining on two separate decks, a hot tub and several lounging areas including outdoor wicker sun lounges on the sun deck. A distinctive green hull and off-white superstructure provide an additional level of elegance. 

This full-displacement tri-deck motor yacht has been configured with a transom garage for the tender and water toys. Designed by Andrew Winch Designs, Sea Owl has been built to ABS ✠A1-AMS Certification and full MCA compliance.
 

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