Building upon a working relationship started about a year ago, Burger Boat Company and Gregory C. Marshall have created four megayacht designs. They range in LOA from 112 to 144 feet (34 to 44 meters), known as the Burger 144, Burger 128, Burger 121, and Burger 112.
You may recall last summer was when Liberty, a new concept by Burger Boat Company and Marshall’s office, was unveiled. That project marked the first joint publicity of their efforts. The megayacht designs shown here are further developments of their efforts.
We covered the Burger 121 just a few weeks ago. That project plus the other three are to be all-aluminum and fall beneath the 500-gross-ton threshold. All are also raised-pilothouse configurations except for the 144 (above), which is a trideck. Furthermore, the 144 is available with either a semi-displacement or full-displacement hull. The Burger 112, Burger 121, and Burger 128 each have semi-displacement hulls.
Tender garages, full-beam main-deck master suites, and flexibility in accommodations characterize the family of designs. As you would expect, each megayacht also has her own selling points. The Burger 144, for example, has sliding doors port and starboard. In combination with the aft-deck doors, they can turn the saloon and dining area into an indoor-outdoor space. A dedicated sports-equipment room is situated within the tender garage, which houses a 20-footer (6-meter). The Burger 144 gains a beach club when the tender is offloaded and two side platforms fold down. Draft is a Bahamas-friendly 6’8″ (2.08 meters), and beam is 27’8″ (8.48 meters.)
The Burger 128 is also skinny-water-friendly, with a draft of 5’8″ (1.78 meters). An expected 22-knot cruise with twin MTUs will get you to and from the islands quickly. Of course, transatlantic range comes as well, at speeds around 10 knots. The Burger 128 has fold-down platforms off the transom for beach-club use, plus floor-to-ceiling ports on the main deck for more outdoor appreciation. As mentioned above, the master is full beam (25’10”, or 7.92 meters). Furthermore, you can select either three or four guest staterooms below decks. In the three-cabin version, consider opting for a gym. The upper deck, meanwhile, is a split-level configuration. Sunning or open-air relaxing takes place aft, while shaded dining and more relaxing is up a few steps. The hardtop there has two large skylights, too, a nice touch.
While the Burger 112 (below) may be the baby sister of the family, her spaces are no less welcoming. Beam is 24’6″ (7.49 meters), for example. For guests, you can request four equal staterooms or a full-beam VIP and two guest cabins. Formal dining is inside, with a barbecue on the lower level of the split upper deck. Full-height ports on the main deck invite guests seated at the bar in the saloon to enjoy an anchorage. Because the tender gets stowed up top, the transom gets freed up for beach club use, with a handy sports room, too. And yes, there are fold-down platforms to make the area more fun. Six crewmembers get their own galley and crew mess in their accommodations.
For more details on any of these designs, contact Burger Boat Company, or fill out our contact form.