Burger Boat Company Launches Tri-Deck Motor Yacht

Friday, July 16, 2010
Photo courtesy Burger Boat Company

Burger Boat Company launched the Sea Owl, a custom built, 142-ft Tri-Deck Motor Yacht. Sea Owl has been custom designed and built for an experienced American yachting family and is the result of an impressive collaboration between the Burger Design Team, Vripack Engineering and Andrew Winch Designs.  Featuring a nautical and traditional interior for a contemporary lifestyle, Sea Owl has been completely personalized to achieve her owner’s taste and requirements. Multiple varieties of teak have been used throughout the vessel to create her traditional wall paneling, flooring and furniture.  Additionally, unique to Sea Owl, are various hand carved wildlife motif surrounding the doorways throughout the vessel creating a sense of the owner’s appreciation for nature. A prominent exterior feature is Sea Owl’s distinctive green hull and off white superstructure making her highly recognizable wherever she travels.

The exterior spaces provide alfresco dining on two separate decks with 84-inch custom designed and built round tables. A hot tub and outdoor wicker sun lounges provided with their own individual sun canopies, built-in seating and sun pads create inviting spaces for relaxing on the upper deck along with several areas of for lounging, reading or watching movies.

This full-displacement tri-deck has been configured with a transom garage for the tender and water toys freeing up deck space for other leisure activities. Sea Owl is powered by Caterpillar engines rated for maximum continuous operation and equipped with zero-speed stabilization to help ensure an enjoyable yachting experience during extended cruises underway and at anchor.  Desalination, fuel oil purification, waste treatment, and oil water separation systems allow the vessel to operate independently and responsibly.  State-of-the-art mechanical and electrical systems provide for comfort and safety throughout the vessel. A fog-mist sprinkler system and the high level of redundancy in mechanical equipment provide peace of mind for world traveling.
 

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