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ADVENTURER, 94' Burger RPH M/Y 1985
Typical of Burgers, ADVENTURER has had just two owners since she was launched in 1985. Retaining her original name, ADVENTURER is a large volume, classic design from the offices of J.B. Hargrave in Palm Beach, FL. In 1998, one of the naval architects from the Hargrave office was retained to re-design the aft deck with a more modern Euro stern. In the process the aft deck was enlarged and a fourth stateroom added. Easier access to the swim platform was facilitated by building in and integral stairway from the aft deck. The overall profile as a result is both modern and classic. Her welded aluminum construction with longitudinal and athwartship framing, utilizing five watertight bulkheads, a fine entry rising to a flared bow, and integral spray rails, yield a soft, dry ride even in turbulent sea conditions. A lovely teak interior throughout maintains the warm tradition of yachting at its finest. The vessel has 7’ headroom throughout.
ADVENTURER can sleep 8 in four double cabins each with luxuriously appointed, ensuite heads. There are separate crew quarters forward for three or four persons plus a private crew lounge and complete crew galley. Access to the full width, stand-up engine room is from the crew quarters.
- PRELIMINARY SPECIFICATIONS Typical of Burgers, ADVENTURER has had just two owners since she was launched in 1985. Retaining her original name, ADVENTURER is a large volume, classic design from the offices of JB Hargrave in Palm Beach, FL. In 1998, one of the naval architects from the Hargrave office was retained to re-design the aft deck with a more modern Euro stern. In the process the aft deck was enlarged and a fourth stateroom added. Easier access to the swim platform was facilitated by building in and integral stairway from the aft deck. The overall profile as a result is both modern and classic Her welded aluminum construction with longitudinal and athwartship framing, utilizing five watertight bulkheads, a fine entry rising to a flared bow, and integral spray rails, yield a soft, dry ride even in turbulent sea conditions. A lovely teak interior throughout maintains the warm tradition of yachting at its finest. The vessel has 7’ headroom throughout.
- ADVENTURER can sleep 8 in four double cabins each with luxuriously appointed, ensuite heads. There are separate crew quarters forward for three or four persons plus a private crew lounge and complete crew galley. Access to the full width, stand-up engine room is from the crew quarters. On the main deck, starting forward is the spacious galley, U-shaped, and recently updated in 2011 with new appliances and flooring. Next aft is the formal dining salon with ample seating for eight. Moving further aft a starboard side companionway with teak and holly sole continues past the steps up to the pilothouse to a full width bridge deck with access to port and starboard egress doors to the exterior side decks. To starboard from the bridge deck is the main deck powder room while to port is a hanging locker. Next aft a center line passage door opens to the extremely spacious and elegantly furnished main salon. Still further aft is the open aft with built-in seating and pedestal table for al fresco dining. Access to the flybridge is by built-in teak stairs from the midship raised pilothouse.
- Walk Through
- ADVENTURER’s layout spans three deck levels, with the lower level devoted to owner and guest staterooms as follows: Staterooms On the starboard side of the main salon, a teak lined stairway leads down to a foyer with two Guest Staterooms forward and the Master Stateroom aft. Forward to port is the VIP stateroom with a walkaround queen berth and ensuite head with shower forward. To starboard is a second guest stateroom with twin lower berths, also with an ensuite head and shower forward. Each of the guest staterooms has individual zone air conditioning, opening portlights, hanging closets and drawer bureaus, and recently added flat screen televisions. Aft from the foyer is the full width Master Stateroom with a walkaround king sized bed and large ensuite head with shower and full sized bath tub. There are port and starboard hanging closets as well as abundant drawer storage in built in bureaus together with large linen drawers beneath the bed. The stateroom also has independent digital air conditioning and heating controls along with port and starboard opening portlights. A new flat screen television has been recently added. The full beam Fourth Stateroom is accessed from the main salon by a stairs aft to starboard. Nicely paneled in teak, this cabin is furnished with a queen sized sleeper sofa and can also serve as a private lounge or study. Head and shower are ensuite and the stateroom is furnished with hanging closet, entertainment center, writing desk, heat and air conditioning controls, opening portlights, television and music center. Crew accommodations are all the way forward, accessed by stairs down from the galley. Crew quarters include a captain's cabin with a double berth, and a bunk cabin with two single berths. There is a crew head with shower, a crew lounge, and a separate crew galley with refrigerator, cook top, and sink. A new flat screen TV was recently added to the crew quarters.
- Main Deck
- Moving from forward to aft the main deck level is as follows: The Foredeck area is both a working deck for anchoring and line handling as well as a lounge deck. The teak decking in this area has been recently replaced and is both beautiful and traditional. There are port and starboard dunnage boxes built in, with the chain locker hatch, windlass, and crew quarters hatch on the centerline. The anchors are deployed from bow anchor pockets with through deck chain pipes, fitted with a chain wash system, for ease and functionality. A built-in bow seat is on the forward end of the deckhouse with storage and shore power hook-ups beneath. A canvas cover protects the cushions for this seating area. From the foredeck, the teak laid side decks run all the way aft to the midship entry doors into the yacht’s interior. A teak and holly soled Bridge Deck inside these entry doors runs the full width of the yacht and serves to divide the salon areas aft from the pilothouse, dining salon, and galley forward. To starboard from the Bridge Deck is the main deck powder room while to port is a small storage closet. Immediately forward from the Bridge Deck on the starboard side is the stairway access up to the teak lined Pilothouse . An upholstered bench with room for 3-4 persons faces the pilothouse helm with excellent visibility forward as well as to each side through large teak framed windows. Abundant built-in storage can be found throughout the pilothouse including full sized chart drawers as well as proper places for navigation tools and equipment. A proper teak-spoked ship’s wheel bespeaks the tradition of yachting while updated navigation aids insure constant contact with the yacht’s position and performance. A list of navigational electronics will follow. Continuing from the Bridge Deck companionway the Dining Salon is next forward which again embodies the elegance aboard. Luxurious seating for eight is surrounded by a blend of teak and fine artwork, direct and indirect lighting, and large windows port and starboard which can be enclosed for privacy. The yacht’s sound system can be tailored to the occasion. Conveniently located next forward is the fully equipped Galley which is a chef’s delight. With ample counter space and storage cabinetry, the majority of the galley appliances were recently updated with new and modern equipment. New flooring was also installed in the galley. Lighting both overhead and indirect is superb and there are large windows above the stainless steel double sink to port as well as to starboard. A list of galley appliances will follow. Returning to the Bridge Deck and moving aft a centerline passage door opens to the exquisitely grand, carpeted Main Salon which measures 18’ X 23’ and is a fabulous area for entertaining completely separate from the dining salon. Redecorated in 2011, furnishings include a nearly full length upholstered sectional to port with matching cocktail tables and elegant lighting combinations. Aft to starboard is the granite topped game table with four leather upholstered arm chairs situated beneath a ceiling mounted chandelier. Forward to port, built-in with teak cabinetry and mirror lined shelving, is the wet bar and entertainment center. The entire salon is graced with lovely teak paneling and large surrounding windows fitted with valance mounted privacy curtains. The stern view from the main salon is through a glass and aluminum framed door wall which opens to the teak decked Aft Salon . Curtains can be drawn to separate these two areas although when fully open the effect is one of spacious opulence. Furnished with an L-shaped settee and several matching Rattan chairs, there is a pedestal mounted Hi-Lo table which can be set for cocktails or al-fresco dining. Though covered by the boat deck extension, sides and stern are fully open providing the aft salon with a wonderful boating ambience. A television and storage cabinet are built in forward to port. Access to the newly enlarged Swim Deck for water sports or tender access is easily facilitated by the stern railing gate and built in stairs aft to port. There is a drop down swim ladder here along with a built-in hand-held shower. Stern railings are mounted into the swim platform for safety.
- Upper Deck
- The Flybridge and Boat Deck are accessed by built-in teak stairs from the port side of the pilothouse. Most of the instruments and navigational aids are duplicated on the flybridge and there are three swiveling helm seats deck mounted in line just aft of the helm with teak foot rests for each. A venturi type windscreen deflects wind forward and to each side while a full beam Bimini top spans the flybridge seating area. L-shaped bench seating is built-in aft to port and starboard with large areas of dry stowage beneath. Outdoor stereo speakers are mounted into the base of the benches. On the centerline is the wet bar cabinet with stainless steel sink and ice-maker built in. This cabinet also serves as the base for a very elegant yet functional radar and signal mast. The radar mast is hinged and can be lowered with a built-in hydraulic system and by doing so and lowering the Bimini top, maximum clearance can be reduced to an approximate 20’ level for Great Lakes access. Aft of the flybridge seating area is the Boat Deck with a starboard mounted, low profile davit. The 18’ Nautica tender is situated fore and aft on moveable chocks. There is additional room for possible addition of water toys, life raft, or an auxiliary freezer.
- Galley Appliances
- Microwave - GE Profile Stove - GE Profile Dishwasher - Kitchen Aid Refrigerator - Liebherr Premium All appliances are stainless.
- Laundry areas
- There is a laundry station in the engine room and separate laundry appliances are aft for the owner and guest area. Engine room washer/dryer: Bosch Twin Guest room: over/under Whirlpool
- Electronics & Navigation
- Robertson AP300 autopilot Northstar 941 DGPS Nobeltech chart plotter Trimble GPS Furuno GPS Furuno 72 mile Color Radar 2 Icom VHF radios Stephens SEA 235 SSB radio DDEC digital engine monitors 10" magnetic compass KVH gyro Datamarine speed and distance instruments Masthead mounted closed circuit camera with pilothouse monitor All instrumentation is duplicated at the flybridge helm along with major electronics such as autopilot, radar, and GPS. Each guest cabin is equipped with a television and stereo.
- Electrical System
- 12V & 24V DC systems 110V & 220V AC systems Dual Stabiline voltage booster/regulators Northern Lights 32kw generator, 1200 rpm Northern Lights 40kw generator, 1200 rpm Dual LaMarche isolation transformers 12V & 24V Sentry automatic battery chargers Dual 100 amp shore power circuits Glendenning shore power cable reels in engine room Dual 12V and 24V battery banks
- Engine & Mechanical Equipment
- Detroit Diesel 12V92 turbocharged main engines (475 hours since overhaul) Fuel burn: 14 knots at 1800 rpm's at 60 gallons per hour 12 knots at 1500 rpm's at 38 gallons per hour Both include one generator in operation. Range 1400 nm @ 12 knots. Chilled water air conditioning and heat - 2 chiller units (2007) Separate temperature controls in all cabins Naiad Stabilizers, 9 sq.ft. fins Naiad hydraulic bow thruster Hydraulic/electric power assisted steering Racor fuel filters Racor oil transfer system 220V fuel transfer pump 24V fuel transfer pump Automatic CO2 fire extinguishing system Acoustical and thermal insulation 3 automatic and manual bilge pumps Emergency engine stops Engine synchronizer DeAngelo exhaust risers and mufflers (2007) Underwater exhaust with side valves Strong seal dripless stuffing boxes Raw water sea strainers Walker Crankcase Airsep System Engine room air exhaust system Engine room work bench Glendenning 100 amp shore power cable reels 800 gpd watermaker Dual electric hot water heaters Microphor fresh water flushing toilets Holding tanks for gray and black water Closed circuit television monitor w/ masthead camera Whirlpool washer and dryer Bosch clothes washer and dryer Misc. spare parts, pumps, filters, etc.
- Deck & Hull
- Built-in foredeck dunnage boxes Fresh water washdown systems Ideal heavy duty anchor capstan Two 90 lb Danforth anchors Thru deck anchor hawse pipes Electric controlled search light Hydraulic lowered radar mast Marquipt 2000 lb. davit Nautica 18' tender with 130hp Yamaha Bimini top Hull is finished with Awlgrip white Aluminum bow rail Teak decks, replaced with new in 2013 (bow and side decks only) Aft deck line capstan Fenders and lines Life jackets/life rings (20) Navigation lights EPIRB w/GPS input Kahlenberg dual air horns Spreader lights Swim platform Side mount boarding ladder Side mount Marquipt sea stairs Windshield washer and wipers The aft extension was added in 1998 by Ocean Alloy, utilizing plans drawn by Kevin Calhoun formerly of J. B. Hargrave Architects. The lines were followed beautifully and the result not only looks terrific but the addition has also enhanced the performance of the yacht in terms of speed and handling.
- ADVENTURER is one of the wide beam, proven Burger hulls that will keep going and going. Her long range fuel capacity, high forward bulwarks, a full keel, and raised pilothouse configuration will be recognized by experienced yachtsmen as the right ingredients for serious offshore passage making. She is capable of a good turn of speed but also has the versatility of cruising at slower, displacement speed for maximum range. This desirable yacht has great deal of market appeal and is now seriously for sale.
- Owner's personal items, artwork, and accessories. A complete list of exclusions shall be provided to prospective purchasers.
- 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.