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1974 80 (ft.) BURGER Cockpit Motor Yacht

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General Information

Listing# 111965

Price
$795,000.00
Location
Key Largo, FL, United States
Manufacturer
BURGER
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
1974
Category
Motor Yachts
Model
Cockpit Motor Yacht
Status
Used
Length
80 (ft.)
Beam
18.58
LOA
80
Hull Material
Aluminum
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
12V71N
Number of Engines
2
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Hours
1800

General Details

NOBILITY offers the unique opportunity to own an elegant, and beautiful, well maintained vessel that will be noticed in every harbor. She has Naiad Stabilizers, Bow Thruster, twin 27 kW Kilopak generators, and economical Detroit Diesel 12V71N engines.

Burgers have been known for their high quality craftsmanship and enduring appeal.  NOBILITY has naturally aspirated (not turbo charged) 12V71N diesel engines resulting in economical fuel consumption in this day of escalating fuel prices.   The asking price has just been reduced by $200,000 to $795,000.  Here is an opportunity to join the ranks of Burger owners at a reasonable cost for a beautiful, well maintained, and updated vessel.

NOBILITY will be in the Ardell display at the following boat Shows:

Miami Yacht and Brokerage Show February 14-18, 2013

Palm Beach International Boat Show March 21–24, 2013  

Specifications

Accommodations
NOBILITY is a beautifully updated traditional Burger Yacht.  A history of generous owners have cared for this yacht and continually maintained and updated her cosmetics, equipment, and machinery.  The interior décor is fresh,   traditional in style, and done in nautical colors. NOBILITY was originally built as a 72’ Burger Pilothouse Motor Yacht.   In 1994, under the supervision of The Burger Boat Company, NOBILITY was modified with the addition of a flybridge and cockpit at the Roscioli Yachting Center in Fort Lauderdale.   The layout on deck has a pilothouse forward, updated modern galley, beautiful salon with all refinished teak paneling and cabinetry, and a full beam enclosed aft deck salon with access to the cockpit, and wing doors port and starboard to the side decks. The lower deck has three double staterooms located aft, each with head and shower (master shower/tub), full beam stand-up engine room amidships, and crew quarters with lounge area, two double cabins, and head and shower, located forward. The Fly Bridge deck has the helm console forward with centerline steering, L shaped settee, entertainment cabinet and gas grill, tender, life raft, and hydraulic crane aft. The deck area has teak decks, beautifully varnished teak handrails, seating area on the foredeck, and walk around side decks back to wing doors into the enclosed aft deck salon.
Salon
Beautiful teak cabinetry and paneling to “Burger” high quality standards Renewed headliners throughout Large windows port and starboard Couch Cocktail table 2 - End tables 2 - Side chairs 2- Club chairs with leather ottomans Folding dining table concealed in forward cabinet Flat screen television with CD/DVD changer Yamaha sound system with speaker selection CD/DVD changers Direct TV reception system
Aft Deck Salon
The Aft Deck Salon is one of the very attractive features of this yacht Dining table with settee 4 - Arm chairs 2 – Ottomans 2 – End tables Cabinets with wet bar, icemaker, and refrigerator. Flat screen Television
Galley
Fisher & Paykel refrigerator and freezer Additional freezer (engine room) Fisher & Paykel 2 drawer dishwasher Dacor stovetop with 4 burners Dacor oven KitchenAid trash compactor Miele clothes washer and clothes dryer (engine room) Avanti refrigerator (crew lounge) Kenmore refrigerator (crew cabin)
Pilothouse
Sliding doors port and starboard to side decks Entire electronics console has been updated Overhead closed circuit monitors for engine room and rear facing cameras. Pilothouse windows have been removed, resealed, and have electric washers and wipers Extra wide bench seat with foot rest and several chart drawers below
Pilothouse Electronics
Compass Teak and stainless steel Destroyer wheel Nauticomp Columbus computer with navigation charts and XM weather Large screen monitor Furuno Navnet C-map and GPS monitor Simrad AP 25 autopilot Furuno color radar Icom ICM602 VHF radios VHF Ram microphone at aft salon VHF Ram microphone on flybridge Raymarine ST60 system with digital and analog monitors for speed, wind, bearing, and depth. Digital antenna cellular booster Controls for engines, stabilizers, engine synchronizer Controls for air horns and searchlights Control for Side Power bow thruster with independent power supply Controls for exhaust underwater deflectors 2 – Blue Sea AC monitors for voltage, amperage, input and usage Blue Sea DC battery voltage monitor 4 – Bilge pump monitor counters Emergency engine shut downs Electric windshield wiper and washer controls Alpine AM/FM /XM stereo 2 – Innovatek closed circuit TV monitors SeaTel Television at Sea antenna control Panasonic 4 line telephone/intercom system Syrens WiFi Booster KVH Trac Satellite telephone system
Master Stateroom
Queen berth with drawers under the berth sides and end Side tables and lamps Flat screen TV Bureau with 9 drawers to port Bureau with 9 drawers to starboard Bookcases port and starboard Large double door walk-in cedar lined closet to port (with safe) Large double door walk-in cedar lined closet to starboard
Master Head
Vac-U-Flush fresh water head system Lighted vanity, mirror, and granite counter top Heated towel bars Glass enclosed tub and shower Exhaust fan
Port Guest Stateroom
Twin lower berths Double door cedar lined closet Flat screen TV Bureau with 4 drawers
Port Guest Head
Vac-U-Flush fresh water head system Vanity and counter top Stall shower Exhaust fan
Starboard Guest Stateroom
Vac-U-Flush fresh water head system Vanity and counter top Stall shower Exhaust fan
Starboard Guest Head
Vac-U-Flush fresh water head system Vanity and counter top Stall shower Exhaust fan
Hallway Linen Closet
Storage shelves for linens
Crew Stateroom Starboard
Upper and lower twin berths Hanging locker TV Overhead access hatch Electronics monitors Kenmore refrigerator
Crew Head
Vac-U-Flush fresh water head system Vanity Stall shower
Crew Stateroom Port
Upper and lower twin berths
Crew Lounge
Dinette table and settee Avanti refrigerator
Flybridge
Centerline helm station and full console with electronics Storage cabinets Twin helm seats L shaped settee to starboard Cabinets to port Gas grill aft Nautical Structures hydraulic crane Cradles for tender, additional boat, and liferaft canister Radar mast Bimini top
Flybridge Electronics
Controls for engines, stabilizers, engine synchronizer Controls for air horns and searchlights Control for Side Power bow thruster with independent power supply Controls for exhaust underwater deflectors Computer system repeater Furuno radar/GPS Icom VHF radio Raymarine ST 60 depth and wind indicator Stereo with multi switch PH XM reception or vessels stereo system Simrad hand held autopilot control GFI outlet at boat deck with built in charger for tender battery EPIRB and MOB buoy light
Deck Equipment
Ideal windlass with chain gypsy 165 lb Navy anchor with 300’ chain Anchor locker dorade vent 19’ Nautica RIB tender with VHF radio and depth indicator 130 HP Yamaha OB Nautical Structures 3000 lb hydraulic crane 6 man offshore liferaft with hydrostatic release EPIRB and ACR man overboard buoy light Broilmaster propane grill Dual Carlisle and Finch searchlights Dual Kahlenberg air horns Built in bow seat Bow storage locker Swim platform and ladder Fresh water wash downs flybridge and foredeck Dual boarding gates port and starboard Tide Ride boarding ladder Side mounted boarding ladder
Engine Room and Mechanical Equipment
GM 12V71N diesel engines, 485 HP each, 1800 hours reported SMOH Twin Disc transmissions Hynauatic hydraulic engine controls Glendinning engine synchronizers Naiad stabilizer system Wagner hydraulic steering with back-up system Racor fuel filters and Separ fuel polishing system Flo-Scan digital tachometers Reverso built-in oil changing system Engine oil storage tank Stainless steel propeller shafts Tides Marine dripless shaft seals Shaft line cutters (spurs) Spare props and stub shaft SidePower 48v bow thruster with separate power pack CO2 engine room automatic fire suppression system Engine alarm system and emergency stops Engine room emergency call button from Pilothouse and Flybridge Acoustical and thermal engine room insulation Cruisair reverse cycle air conditioning and heating system (9 units) SMX updated digital air conditioning controls Black water and grey water tanks Vanguard 40 gallon water heater Village Marine 800 gallons per day water maker Four Sealand Vac-U-Flush fresh water marine toilets
Electrical Equipment
110 volt/220 volt AC electrical system 2 - 50 amp/220 volt shore power supply cables Kilopak 27 kW generator starboard 4300 hours (Dec 2012) in SS sound shield Kilopak 27 kW generator port 4600 hours (Dec 2012) in SS sound shield Fully updated Wards Marine electrical panel Wards galvanic isolator 2 - Acme isolation transformers 2 - Staco voltage regulators Stabiline voltage regulator Capac hull monitor 4 – Blue Sea AC monitors     12 volt/32 volt DC system 2 banks of 12 volt batteries in engine room 2 banks of 32 volt batteries in lazarette Sentry 32 volt battery chargers (2) Sentry 12volt battery charger 2 – 12 starting batteries for each generator Separate 12 volt system for Flybridge electronics 12 volt accessory outlets in various locations
Exclusions
Trinka sailboat All photographs, books, flags, burgees, tools, and other personal property All linens and clothing All artwork
Remarks
Very few yachtsmen have the opportunity to own a Burger.   If you ask “why own a Burger” please read the Yachting article which follows here. Burger Yachts Review Courtesy of Yachting Magazine - They’ve been dubbed “floating palaces.” The Burger Boat Company’s custom aluminum and steel mega-yachts reportedly span 75- to 200-feet. In thousands of square feet of space, these mega yachts boast features such as mahogany walls and columns, marble en suite baths with heated floors, expansive master salons, elevators and al fresco dining and entertainment areas. Lighting features above a spiral staircase in one Burger yacht simulate the night sky. Another vessel carries “water toys” such as sailboats and center consoles. The Manitowoc, WI-based company traces its roots back to 1863, when German immigrant Henry Burger began manufacturing commercial fishing boats in this Midwestern city. Burger claims that it’s America’s oldest custom yacht builder and, according to Showboats International magazine’s Global Order book, it’s also one of the largest worldwide. Owning a yacht from this premier American builder, The Travel Channel’s “Million Dollar Yachts” noted, alerts others that you have “arrived.” The Burger Boat Company moved from wooden schooners and steamers, including a steamship company ferry, to all-welded aluminum and steel hulls. The latter include a 65-foot flush deck cruiser said to still ply Midwestern waters. And a 58-foot aluminum yawl, thousands of pounds lighter than wooden or steel counterparts, went on to win races and set records, according to the company. Custom design/build Burger yachts in the 125- to 165-foot range can cost anywhere from around $10 million to $25 million, according to reports. Used vessels of 70-feet or so from the 1960s to 1980s can be priced as low as around $700,000. Conclusion Burger Boats, with its rich heritage and reputation for quality and fine craftsmanship, has been recognized for fulfilling the varied desires of owners. And owners these days seem to share a common want for environmental friendliness. The company boasts that its fit, finishes, systems and equipment are exceedingly high quality. As Triton tells it, the quality extends into engine rooms, where leak-free, enduring stainless steel tubing and Swagelok fittings for hydraulics and fuel are standards. - Courtesy of Yachting Magazine   NOBILITY offers the unique opportunity to own an elegant, and beautiful, well maintained vessel that will be noticed in every harbor. Burgers have been known for their high quality craftsmanship and enduring appeal.  NOBILITY has naturally aspirated (not turbo charged) diesel engines resulting in economical fuel consumption in this day of escalating fuel prices.   The asking price has just been reduced by $200,000 to $795,000.  Here is an opportunity to join the ranks of Burger owners at a reasonable cost for a beautiful, well maintained, and updated vessel. NOBILITY will be in the Ardell display at the following boat Shows: Miami Yacht and Brokerage Show February 14-18, 2013 Palm Beach International Boat Show March 21–24, 2013
DISCLAIMER
Specifications and details of this vessel are provided in good faith for informational purposes only.  Data regarding the specifications, operating characteristics, and condition of the vessel was obtained from sources believed to be reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers.  Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, capacities, consumptions and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided and agrees to instruct his agent or surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase.  Vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price and inventory changes and withdrawl from market without notice.
customContactInformation
Please call Central listing Agent Bob Zarchen direct at 954-617-3496.