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**NOT OFFERED FOR SALE TO U.S. CITIZENS WHILE IN U.S. WATERS** AVAILABLE FOR CHARTER IN THE BAHAMAS SERENDIPITY offers three spacious en suite owner and guest staterooms below. The master is aft with center line king size bed, walk in cedar lined closet, lighted vanity, and abundant drawers space. Forward of the master are two identical guest staterooms with twin berths, cedar lined hanging lockers and bulit in dressers. A stacked washer and dryer, storage locker and linen closte are located along the passageway between the master and guest staterooms, a feature not always found on Burgers. All staterooms and baths have opening port lights, white wall coverings, and cabinerty creating a light airy atmosphere. A curved stairway forward of the master with accent lights hidden in the teak handrail, leads up to the salon. Spanning the yacht's full beam and 30' in length, SERENDIPITY's salon and formal dining area are nothing short of spectacular. All cabinetry and joiner work in the salon are done in a satin finish honey teak with elm burl inlay. Beginning aft to port is a large curved bulit in sofa flanked by an end table aft and a buffet forward, both built in. On the starboard side aft is a round game table with ffour chairs followed by a large walk behind wet bar with commercial icemaker, refrigerator wine rack and extensive glass and bottle storage. Moving forward on centerline is the formal dining area followed by a teak & burl paneled forward bulkhead. Two concealed doors on the port side of the forward bulkhead hide a utility closet and the rack of audiophile components. The 36" television is built into the center of the bulkhead and is hidden when not in use by burl doors. Continuing forward via the starboard side passageway with teak and maple inlay sole, is the day head, followed by the entrance to the pilothouse and finally the large country kitchen. The dinette on the forward bulkhead of the country kitchen comfortably accommodates six. A curved stairwell on the forward starboard side of the country kitchen leads down to the crew accommodations and engine room.