Burger Boat Company, in association with Ivan Erdevicki Naval Architecture & Yacht Design, has announced the newly conceived contemporary style 40m Raised Pilothouse Motor Yacht design for the ever expanding world market.
The design includes features often found only on much larger yachts. In addition to the spacious main salon and formal dining room, there is a luxurious full beam, main deck master stateroom including his and hers en suite bathrooms and generous walk-in closets. The main foyer features a grand curving staircase to the lower guest accommodations where four fully appointed guest staterooms with en suites baths are located. The galley is set up for the most efficient use of space while also providing a pleasant informal dining area for the owners and their guests. The crew area accommodates six. A separate spacious crew lounge and a well equipped ship’s laundry allow for ease of housekeeping with direct access to the guest accommodations. Aft of the engine room is yet another feature not many yachts of this size can claim, a tender garage to conceal her 19′ tender. The concealed tender allows for expansive flybridge and aft deck areas offering an unparalleled alfresco lifestyle with amenities that include a variety of lounging areas, a large hot tub, a fully equipped bar, grilling facilities, concealed exercise equipment and a number of dining spaces.
Powered by twin MTU 16V2000 M94 main engines, this new design has a cruising speed of 22 knots and provides an extended range of 2500nm at a speed of 11 knots.
Ivan Erdevicki has a long history of designing state-of-the-art motor yachts, racing sail boats and mega sailing yachts. The designer’s objective is to meet the client’s expectations and visions through the creation of truly artistic and elegant designs of the highest quality, reinforced by uncompromised engineering. Today, Erdevicki’s signature is synonymous with unique and stylish designs.
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