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1953 105 (ft.) Burmester Bremen Motoryacht

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General Information

Listing# 14778

Price
$1,000,000.00
Location
Trieste, Italy
Manufacturer
Burmester
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
1953
Category
Motoryacht
Designer
Burmester Bremen
Model
Bremen Motoryacht
Status
Used
Length
105 (ft.)
Beam
5.20m/17'
LOA
32m/105'
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
Twin 12 Cyl Diesels
Engine Horse Power
1050 ea
Engine Hours
3500

General Details

Resonable offers please. Owner would consider a joint venture to complete the interior of the vessel and consider a chartering venture for cruises anywhere in the world with a partner. She's a great vessel. Call for additional details. This 105' vessel was built for use in the north sea by the legendary Burmester ship yard and Bremen was responsible for the realization and construction of this extraordinary vessel. Please view the Full Specifications and pictures---than call so we can set up a viewing. Presently refit to Lloyds100A5 Classification on all systems. Owner has nore than 50 design concept plans (in detail) that are available for potential new owner. Photo 2,3,4 & 10 are existing, others are some of the concept designs. Just complete a Lloyds 100A5 certification on deck, hull, electronics, electrical, engines warranteed for 500,000 hours and the VAT has been paid. Additional pictures will be e-mailed to interested parties. (GIVE AWAY PRICE REDUCTION TO $1,000,000.)

Additional Equipment

Accommodations
CABINS: We have worked up concepts for various possibilities for the space on the lower deck. It could be equipped with one owners cabin and two luxury guest cabins as well as with an accommodation for twelve guests. We arrived at the conclusion that we should allow the owner to realize their own expectations & dreams. Therefore we have prepared this space with the necessary technical requirements. (The rebuild of this space is not included in our price). SALON: The air-conditioned foredeck salon was specially designed for eight persons by the French modern art designer "ALUMNO". The bird-shaped glass table underscores the avant-garde style. There is room here for a festive supper or for commercial discussions and meetings in a maritime and descreet atmosphere. From the salon you could access the fore ship where there are two precious wood deck chairs and stereo speakers. Entertainment center with television, video cassette recorder, stereo system Here is where the sun worshipers will get the most from their holidays. CREW QUARTERS: The air-conditioned crew quaters are located in the fore ship. It is outfitted with six berths, an adjustable table and comfortable seats. Next door is the crew washroom with shower, wash-basin, closable valuable lockers and washing machine. The crews entertainment center has stereo, Color television, Vidio Cassette Recorder--VCR, and onboard telephone. This space can also be used to accommodate guests whose seafaring romance is greater than their interest in pure luxury. PILOTHOUSE: The pilot house is accessable from the salon as well as the midship, located in the rear of the bridge. It is generously proportioned, as it is the command post and communication center of the ship. Chart table and chart storage area. Included are all the technical and nautical equipment necessary for a safe and comfortable journey. The midship is protected from the wind, the elements and offers space to comfortably seat six persons. This space can be utilixed for a second salon with bar.


Galley
PANTRY: The roomy, well-equipped kitchen provides everything necessary necessary in the preparation of gourmet meals and drinks. Surrounding the work surface are ceramic hob, a dishwasher, microwave oven, inferred grill, several refrigerator/freezers, LaPavoni expresso machine and extractor hood and more.
Come aboard for one of your choice meals in your favorite tropical paradise.


Electronics
Computer-aided, electronic sea-chart system. Arma Brown Gyro-Compass. Type MKIC. Reflekta /3/ Fiberline Reflection compass equipment; B+C+K+D compensation; Flinderstange. Koden raster-scan radar, Type MD 503/3; 48 Nm Range. (GPS) Global Positioning System Megellan Type NAV 5200. Robertson auto pilot; Type AP 45. Datamarine echo-sounder,computer-aided echolot, Typ Offshore 3000. Hagenuk UKW marine communication set; Sailor Compakt VHF RT 2047; full duplex; 25 Watt. GSM telephone with 8 Watt power and RR-Elektronics Antenna Delta 1000 S. Engel + Meier self-state positioning satellite TV reception antenna. All-in-one terrestrial antenna. Other nautical and electronic equipment.


Electrical
GM/Volvo Penta 28 KW generators; 220 and 380 Volt. Mercedes auxiliary engine Type OM 636 for anchor winch, hydraulic pump systems and starting aid for the mail engines; 18.5 PS. Six starter batteries each 180 AH. Elektron SL 300 battery charger 40 A, initil aid 300A. Two aid compressors.


Deck and Extras
Zinc-coated main anchor chain, 200m (656 feet) 16mm diameter. Bronze propellers. Waterworks with 4 Atu pressure. Sealand vacuum plant for toilets and showers. Inflatable life-raft for 12 persons, Air conditioning in all rooms. Riello Diesel-heater with warm water boiler and heaters in all rooms. TV, VCR and stereo for inside and outside. MAIN ENGINES: Two 12 cylinder Klockner-Humbold-DEUTZ (KHD) medium-speed professional diesel engines with a high life expectancy, Type SBA 12 M421 built in 1968. Approximately 3,500 operating hours. 1050 HP (735kW) at 1350 rpm. 60,000 ccm, with BBC tubocharger. Max speed 21 knots and average cruise 16 knots The KHD Motorwork is famous worldwide for reliability and economy in building of engines for Mega-yachts and professional vessels such as marine ships, seagoing tugs, fire brigade shipe, etc.. Because these engines have life expectancy of 500,000 hours, they can be regarded as practically new. Armed with such engines, she attains remarkable speed and the use of diesel fuel remains at a respectable 190 liters per hour for both engines (50 gallons per hour) CONSTRUCTION: Zinc-coated (galvanized) steel hull with Aluminum superstructure. GENERAL: Builder, Burmester / Bremen. (now) Lurssen/ Vegasack. Built in 1953. Overhauls in the years; 1987, 1993, 2000---presently.
CLASSIFICATIONS: GL Germanischer Lloyd.. SEEBE Deutsche SEEBERUFSGENOSSENSCHAFT (German trade union of seafarers).. S.O.L.A.S. (International testing association for security equipment).. BSH (German testing house for professional equipment)..


Additional
She was originally used by the German Navy in the rough waters of the North Sea. As a customs patrol ship she stood day and night in a constant state of preparedness for emergencies should they arise. What impressed us from the begining was the sleek yet agressive apperance of the 105 foot ship. None other than the legendary Burmester shipyard & Bremen were responsible for the relization and construction of this fine vessel. After her complete overhaul in 1993, although externally only superficially altered--was upgraded with the use of stainless steel, brass and rare woods of the upmost quality. We decided not to alter the ingenious construction. At present she is being overhauled again. The hull and drive systems are being examined and if necessary--will be replaced. Naturally, you will have to view and inspect this unique and extraordinary offshore motor yacht for yourself in order to form a final option.
In acquisition of this fine vessel you will be aquiring a ship with soul and history which has all amenities and assures you a maximum of exclusivity and individuality. She is one and only, quite an original. She is incredibly flexable and able to meet a broad range of demands. Additionally the running costs are notably less than comparable large scale yachts.