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1974 92 (ft.) BURGER Motoryacht

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General Information

Listing# 111367

Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
Motor Yachts
92 (ft.)
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Engine Model
Number of Engines
Engine Type

General Details

Sleeps eight owners/guests in three staterooms; crew accommodations include three berths in two staterooms and two heads and showers.  The captain's quarters are separate.  The vessel has a minimum of 6'7" headroom throughout.


Sleeps eight owners/guests in three staterooms; crew accommodations include three berths in two staterooms and two heads and showers.  The captain's quarters are separate.  The vessel has a minimum of 6'7" headroom throughout.
Main Salon
The main salon is furnished with sofa, chairs and a cocktail table.  Built into the teak forward bulkhead is the entertaiment center with AM/FM tuner, CD & DVD player and surround sound amplifier.  A 46" flat panel TV is on the aft bulkhead, to starboard is a single door to the full-width enclosed aft deck, furnished with dining table and chairs; aft bench seating and a teak wet bar on the forward bulkhead with sink, refrigerator, icemaker and storage for glassware and bottles.
Main Deck Powder Room
Forward from the main salon on the starboard side is the main deck powder room.
Forward on the main deck is the galley and formal dining salon.  Forward stairway to the crew quarters below. Large windows port and starboard with overhead and indirect lighting, and spacious counter tops.  Equipped with Side-by-Side refrigerator/freezer/icemaker, 4-Burner range, convection oven, microwave, dishwasher, double porcelain sinks and disposal.  Refrigeration to supplement the galley’s storage is a freezer in the crew quarters and a large Frigibar freezer/refrigerator mounted on the flybridge.  Also, there are icemakers on the aft deck and refrigerator/freezer on the aft deck, in the cockpit and in the foyer/linen area aft below.  There is abundant dry storage in every part of the vessel. There are laundry facilities both in the crew quarters and aft in the owner/guest stateroom area.
Dining Salon
The dining salon is all the way forward on the main deck with storage built-in into the forward bulkhead.  A table with matching chairs, seats eight.
Forward of the main salon is access to the semi-raised pilothouse with access to the flybridge from the pilothouse.  The pilothouse has a bench seat to port and sliding doors port and starboard for access to the walk-around side decks.
Master Stateroom
The staterooms are accessed by a stairway from the main salon, aft to port.  The owner’s stateroom is all the way aft, with an escape hatch to the Lazarette and up to the aft deck.  The owner’s berth is king sized, on centerline and there is a large amount of built-in drawer and storage space beneath and on both sides of the bed, as well as double hanging lockers port and starboard.  Against the forward bulkhead to port is a built-in vanity and lighted mirror, opposite to starboard is the owner’s head; complete with tub and shower.  There is a built-in TV in this stateroom along with phone, intercom and stereo speaker systems.
Guest Staterooms
Forward from the master stateroom are two guest staterooms, one with twin lower berths and an extra Pullman berth and one with a double berth.  There are full-length hanging lockers in each stateroom along with built-in dresser drawers.  Each guest stateroom has its own head with granite vanity top, updated fixtures and enclosed stall showers.  Both guest staterooms have stereo speakers and intercom phones.
Crew Quarters
Crew accommodations are in the lower level, forward of the walk-in engine room, and are accessed by the stairway between the galley and the dining salon.  There is a crew cabin forward which sleeps two with a private head.  Aft to starboard is the captain’s cabin with its own head and shower ensuite.  Opposite to port is the crew lounge which can be converted to a double berth.  There is a television in the crew lounge, along with a small refrigerator, separate freezer, and stacked Asko washer and dryer.  Separating the crew quarters from the chain locker is a watertight bulkhead with a watertight door for access.
Flybridge access is via a stairway on the starboard side of the pilothouse.  On the bridge are the center helm seat, a large L-shaped bench seat to port, and a full-width lounge seat aft of the boat deck.  Three davits on the boat deck enable launching of the Boston Whaler and other water sport vehicles.
Electronics & Navigation Equipment
12V, 24V & 32V DC systems 110V & 220V AC systems Generators:  Port/Isuzu 30 KW & Starboard/Northern Lights 32 KW (2) Isolation transformersDigital volt & amp meter in helm (2) Auto Stabiline voltage regulators LED lighting 12V & 32V Automatic battery chargers
A centerline gate at the aft handrail provides access to the teak decked fishing cockpit with built-in freezer, sink, tackle center, live bait well, insulated fish box and (2) Rybovich sailfish chairs.  There is a center transom door and a full-width swim platform.
Deck & Hull
 Teak deck Fresh water/salt water washdown systems Spreader lights Windshield washer and wipers Swim ladder Ideal electric anchor windlass; fenders and lines  Dual electric control Carlisle & Finch search lights  Hull is finished with Awlgrip white with flag blue accent (New 12/2011) The 20 man life canister raft is mounted on deck.  The 15 ft. Boston Whaler with Johnson 70 Hp outboard.  There are davits port and starboard on the boat deck for launching the tender and toys. All the way aft on the boat deck is a built-in bench seat with storage underneath.  A third set of controls, in addition to the pilothouse and flybridge stations, is located all the way aft on the boat deck overlooking the cockpit, for use while docking or fishing.
Fishing Equipment
(2) Rybovich fighting chairs Transom door (4) Rod holders Bait Freezer Cockpit sink Fish box Live well
Mechanical Equipment
Automatic C02 fire extinguishing system Wagner hydraulic steering Acoustical & thermal insulation (4) Automatic & manual bilge pumps Racor fuel filter Detroit Diesel 12V71 turbocharged main engines Allison 3:1 ratio transmissions 30 Gal./hr fuel consumption (cruising); 60 gal./hr fuel consumption (maximum) Raw water sea strainers Walker Crankcase Airsep on main engines Engine room air handling system consists of (1) 18" reversible fan Cruisair reverse cycle air conditioning system Separate temperature controls in all cabins Mansfield Vacuflush heads 100 Gallon holding tank with pump-out deck plate  
This vessel is an excellent example of the traditional classic raised pilothouse Burger.  Her owners of 20+ years have never spared any expense in keeping her in excellent mechanical and cosmetic condition. She is an excellent choice for someone looking for a "Fine Classic".
Exclusions to include, but not limited to, owners & crews personal belongings  If requested at time of sale, a list will be provided.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
For showing and additional details contact Alex Rogers (954) 316-6364/Office, (954) 401-9988/ Cell, , or Ralph Raulin (561) 302-7894/Cellular, . Miami Boat Show Feb 14-18, 2013, Ramp 19.