5 Reasons to Buy This Burger

The price for the new 121 RPH is $20 million. Here’s why you should spend the cash.

January 20, 2014

Burger 121 RPH rendering

The Burger 121 RPH is a design by naval architect Gregory C. Marshall and could be built by 2015. Courtesy Burger Boat Co.

Burger Boat has just announced the asking price for its latest design: $20 million. Why should you drop so much cash on a 121-foot raised pilothouse motoryacht? We have five reasons that might make you want to do the deal:

This is not your father’s Burger. The builder, long known for traditional craftsmanship, designed this beauty in collaboration with forward-thinking Canadian naval architect Gregory C. Marshall. Just look at that sexy, metallic hull. She doesn’t say “burger.” She screams filet mignon.

Delivery can be completed by 2015. That’s a short construction cycle for what can be a nicely personalized yacht, including the option for either four or five staterooms, one of them a full-beam master suite.


There’s room for six crew. That’s a nice complement for a motoryacht this size and could make the 121 RPH a player on the charter market.

The tender garage becomes a beach club. This is superyacht styling in a smaller package. When the yacht’s 18-foot tender is deployed, the garage turns into an extension of the swim platform, creating a large “teak beach.”

• _ The pilothouse has awesome guest seating._ We can’t think of a better place to sit and enjoy a cup of morning coffee at sunrise. Where will this beauty take you next?


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