Superyacht 'Liberty' Design Highlighted by Burger

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Thursday, July 04, 2013
'Liberty': Image courtesy of Burger Boat Co.

The Burger Boat team, in collaboration with Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architect Ltd., created 'Liberty' as the ultimate family yacht.

Reflecting upon its 150 year history, Burger created a new and exciting design that celebrates its legacy of designing and building some of the world's most recognizable yachts. This new design is named Liberty to reflect the freedom from restrictions one enjoys while aboard a Burger built yacht.

At 138' (42m), Liberty provides everything the active family could want including formal and informal living spaces, exceptional exterior areas for entertaining and easy access to the water for swimming and water sports enjoyment. Liberty's exterior styling sends a clear message to the world; Burger builds yachts of all styles to suit the specific tastes of each individual client. Contemporary by design, her exterior lines, interior living spaces and overall attention to detail reflect Burger's vision of the yachting family lifestyle.
 
To meet the requirements of today's yachting enthusiast, strategically planned design elements have been incorporated throughout. Liberty's transforming swim platform with generous steps permits easy access to the sea while her dramatic outdoor areas allow guests to relax in private or mingle with friends.

From its Manitowoc, Winsconsin shipyard, Burger Boats builds custom luxury yachts to 260 ft of the highest standards at its updated shipyard on the western shores of Lake Michigan.

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