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Meet the Burger 120 Raised Pilothouse

Burger Boat Company designed the concept yacht with Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architects.

December 22, 2020
Burger 120 Raised Pilothouse
Burger Boat Company has announced its latest concept design: the Burger 120 Raised Pilothouse. The initial version shows a main-deck owner’s stateroom with a private office. Courtesy Burger Boat Company

Burger Boat Company in Wisconsin has unveiled its latest concept design: the Burger 120 Raised Pilothouse, conceived in partnership with Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architects.

The Burger 120 Raised Pilothouse is being offered with a variety of interior configurations. The initial version shows a main-deck owner’s stateroom with a private office. There also are four ensuite guest staterooms, including two with berths that convert from twin to king size. Additional quarters would house six crew.

The sundeck on the initial version houses a 20-foot Novurania catamaran tender, a jet ski and a hot tub. The area also has a day head, lounging and dining areas, and a helm to starboard. A hardtop creates shade.

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At water level aft are a beach club and what Burger calls a “sports room.” Stowage for water toys is under the sundeck, with access via a hatch.

“Our focus is always on providing options that excite our clients,” Jim Ruffolo, president of Burger Boat Company, stated in a press release. “We’ll start with a blank sheet of paper or a concept like the Burger 120 Raised Pilothouse Motor Yacht.”

What is the projected speed of the Burger 120 Raised Pilothouse? The builder is estimating a cruising speed of 18 knots and a top hop of about 23 knots with quad 1,000-horsepower Volvo Penta D13-IPS1350 engines.

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For more information, visit: burgerboat.com

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