For Sale: 2004 Burger 106 Raised Pilothouse

The Burger 106 Raised Pilothouse Raising Dough is on the market at $3.69 million.
Burger 106 Raising Dough
The Burger 106 Raising Dough has transatlantic range, five staterooms and a highly customized interior. Courtesy HMY Yachts Sales

Raising Dough, 2004 Burger 106 Raised Pilothouse, is on the market at $3.69 million with HMY Yacht Sales.

HMY Yacht Sales stated that “Raising Dough underwent a major refit in 2019 by a professional interior design firm out of Palm Beach, Florida. This 106′ modern-classic coastal styled Motor Yacht with a raised pilothouse has some notable standout features that include the custom dining table on the open aft deck with Murray folding varnished teak chairs. These custom Murray chairs can also be found throughout the vessel. She has an English Brown Oak interior (entirely derived from one tree), a country kitchen with crafted woodwork and bronze accents, a fly-bridge bar with seating and a redesigned forward V-berth that can be used as a fourth guest stateroom. To top it off, enjoy your view from the bow lounge seating! The Raising Dough is an elegant, show stopping work of art”.

Burger 106 Raising Dough
The yacht’s English oak interior was cut from a single tree. Courtesy HMY Yachts Sales

The basic design of the yacht, in David Ross’s words (Burger’s president), is “tried and true,” aimed squarely at the middle of the bell curve of yacht buyers interested in this size range. “Something more exotic might be fun for the builder, but that’s not what most yachtsmen want for family cruising and charter, Burger’s prime market,” Yachting previously reported.

Raising Dough has a stout 366,000-pound, bluewater-ready displacement, and this yacht was built for a cozy comfortable cruise. Powered with twin 1,550 hp Caterpillar C30 diesel engines, this Burger 106’ will reportedly spool up to 21 knots at 2,300 rpm. Dial it back to a 9-knot cruise speed (1,000 rpm) and range to just over 4,000 nautical miles. Speed, rpm and range data is listed below:

  • 2,300 rpm / 21 knots / range: 924 nm
  • 2,100 rpm / 17.4 knots / range: 1,016 nm
  • 1,800 rpm /  14.8 knots / range: 1,355 nm
  • 1,400 rpm / 12.6 knots / range: 2,511 nm
  • 1,200 rpm / 10.9- knots / range: 3,211 nm
  • 1,000 rpms/ 9 knots / range: 4,065 nm
Burger 106 Raising Dough
There are five staterooms accommodating guests, and the master is accessed via a private stairway from the salon. Courtesy HMY Yachts Sales

Raising Dough’s flybridge is  spacious with a custom hardtop from Pipe Welders that covers the helm and the wet bar. Guests can relax in the sun on the aft deck sette, in the shade on a stool at the granite-topped wet bar or on the C-shaped dinette with table. Watch a baseball game on the wing TV, center drop-down TV or listen to some music while fixing sundowners using the built-in Eskimo ice maker. The captain takes control from a leather captain’s chair at the centerline helm, which has companion cushioned bench seats on both port and starboard side for guests. Some of the tech onboard includes:

  • Triple-glass screen displays
  • Sharp 19″ at screen computer monitor
  • (2) Furuno FR2117 BB X-band radars-Upgraded port radar (2020)
  • (2) Icom M602 VHF radios
  • C-Plath Navipilot V autopilot
  • Navistar satellite compass
  • Furuno NAVNET TZ2 touch
  • SeaTel 24985 stabilized antenna system
  • Elbex CCTV system engine room and aft deck cameras
  • Quantum QT60 65 hp hydraulic bow thruster
  • Quantum ARC 3000 stabilizer control system
  • Quantum QC800 stabilizers
  • Brooks & Gatehouse Hydra 2000 depth, wind, anemometer, log, and boat speed instruments
  • Industrial touch screen display
  • Industrial PC Computer
Burger 106 Raising Dough
Catch the game at the bar or lunch at the dinette or some rays on the flybridge aft deck. Or, do it all. Courtesy HMY Yachts Sales

Raising Dough’s cockpit is shaded by the flybridge, catering to guests looking for a place to relax and cool off while still enjoying the ocean breeze. In traditional Burger fashion, the cockpit has a teak sole and enclosed bulwarks topped with a varnished teak caprail around the entire vessel. The cockpit has a racetrack-shaped custom teak dining table with inlay and that seats six guests, providing a great spot for alfresco dining. Teak doors lead to generous side decks to port and starboard. Guests looking for some privacy can relax on the cushioned bench-style seats or climb up to the sundeck to darken their tan.  

Enter the salon from the cockpit through a single, hinged-glass door. Guests can relax and unwind on two portside sofas with a coffee table and watch TV at the entertainment center to starboard. The English brown-oak interior glows from the natural light that enters the salon via an array of windows, giving the salon a cozy, warm vibe. A dinette that accommodates six is forward in the salon to port with a wet bar and commercial galley to starboard. The centrally located galley allows crew to easily entertain guests in the salon, cockpit and flybridge. Galley amenities include the following:

  • Kuppersbusch glass top 5-burner range
  • Kuppersbusch stainless-steel convection oven
  • Kuppersbusch stainless-steel and glass range hood
  • Sharp Carousel microwave
  • KitchenAid trash compactor
  • Miele stainless-steel dishwasher 
  • Sub-zero dual refrigerators
  • Sub-zero freezer drawers (4)
  • Stainless-steel Tuscan “country villa” sink
  • Sharp screen built-in TV
  • Central vacuum system
Burger 106 Raising Dough
A commercial-grade galley is ready to prepare meals big and small. Courtesy HMY Yachts Sales

The pilothouse is amidships, just steps up from the salon and galley. The steps, lined with a bronze railing, opens to the pilothouse. Wraparound glass panels provide unobstructed views. The pilothouse showcases English brown oak with grand moldings. The helm station has a full glass- bridge system. A curved settee surrounds a triangular marble table. The helm is furnished with a custom Stidd chair. The helm console trim is a unique hand-picked burl wood that is surrounded by leather and oak. The pilothouse has an English oak and Wengé hardwood sole.

After a long day on the water, guests can retire to one of five staterooms. The master stateroom is accessed via a private stairway and was recently updated. There is a queen berth and a central foyer with double-arched doors. The headboard showcases burl wood within a stile-and-rail grid work of quartered English brown oak. Owners have complete privacy with their his-and-hers en suite head, which can be accessed from either side of the berth. 

Opposite the foyer from the master stateroom, are two guest staterooms. The VIP stateroom to port has a queen-size berth and an en suite head, while the starboard VIP stateroom has a twin-size berth  and en suite head.The foyer is rich with details such as a mirrored sculpture niche all atop a patterned Wengé sole. A built-in stacked laundry center is concealed behind a paneled door.  Two more en suite guest staterooms, including a second VIP, creates accommodations for 10.

Where is Raising Dough located? The yacht is currently lying in Stuart,FL.

Take the next step: call or text the listing agent, Bobby Randolph, (772) 285-3280, HMY Yachts

Quick Specifications

  • Length Overall: 106′
  • Maximum Beam: 22′
  • Max Draft: 6′
  • Cruising Speed: 15 knots
  • Max Speed: 21 knots
  • Hull Material: Aluminum
  • Engine Make: Caterpillar
  • Engine Model: C30 
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Combined Horsepower: 3,100 hp
  • Range: 4,065 nm 
  • Fuel capacity: 7,130 Gal.
  • Fresh Water Capacity: 1,370 Gal.