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1984 96 (ft.) BURGER

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General Information

Listing# 93021

Price
$1,000,000.00
Location
Victoria Sydney, BC, Canada
Manufacturer
BURGER
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
1984
Category
Flybridge
Status
Used
Length
96 (ft.)
Beam
21.75
LOA
96
Hull Material
Aluminum
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
3412
Number of Engines
2
Engine Hours
6300

General Details

ORIANA is one of the finest Burger's ever built and was Henry Burgers pride and joy. She was the second Burger for her original owner and subsequent owners have owned Burgers previously and sought out ORIANA for purchase because she is a very special Burger. In 1986 she was lengthened by 5'1/2" by Bradford Marine as designed by J.B. Hargrave the original designer. The purpose of the extension was to transform the original cockpit to an aft deck and extend the boat deck about 12' and install two new cranes for larger (20') tenders. At the same time the anchoring system was upgraded and a Med-gangway was built for worldwide cruising. The original lazarette under the cockpit has now been transformed into a huge storage room with refrigerator and freezer that could be used for motorcycles or wave runners. The aft deck has a fold-down set of steps to the swim platform creating the same utility as the new Euro-transoms, but with the ability to close in the aft deck with Eisen glass when needed. The stairs are invisible when up and all one sees is a traditional transom.

ORIANA is a powerful, economical, displacement hull, which is much different than the shallower bilge, semi-displacement hull of most Burgers. She also has adequate power and torque that allows her cruising speed to be made in rough seas where displacement yachts with smaller engines can only make 8 or 9 knots. As well as having adequate fuel and the correct engines for long range trips, this design also features larger engine room, with engines placed low in the engine room for more stability. Larger crew quarter and storage below the drew quarters due to the hull design and the raised foredeck.

The main engines have recently had all of their 5,000 hour service performed which including new connecting rod bearings. Since 2004 ORIANA has been in Vancouver/Victoria B.C. with a year round crew and ambitious upgrading/projects during the winter. She was painted in Florida before being shipped on a transport vessel to British Columbia. Her paint has aged well in Canada because the sun is not as strong as in Florida.

ANOTHER 200K PRICE REDUCTION! ESTATE WANTS YACHT SOLD!
She is crewed and being maintained-A BUYER'S OPPORTUNITY!

NOT OFFERED FOR SALE TO U.S. RESIDENTS WHILE IN U.S. WATERS
NOT OFFERED FOR SALE TO CANADIAN RESIDENTS WHILE IN CANADIAN WATERS

Specifications

Engines
Total Power: 1600 Cruising Speed: 13 Max Speed: 15
Tanks
Fuel: 6721 Fresh Water: 980
Accommodations
Sleeps 8 in 4 staterooms. There are 4 owners and guest staterooms including 3 guest heads and 3 guest showers. Crew accommodations include 5 berths, 2 heads, and 2 showers. The Captain’s quarters are separate. The master stateroom has a king-size bed and two guest staterooms have large twins and the third stateroom has criss-cross twin berths. This stateroom has a sink and commode only.  There is a powder room on the main deck.
Salon
The large main salon has two leather L-shaped settees and wicker lounge chairs. On the forward bulkhead is a stand behind bar and four stools. The salon is bright and airy with large windows on the sides and rear. Aft of the salon is the aft deck with an expanding dining table. The aft deck can be open on three sides or can be enclosed with Eisen glass or partially opened up with 6 zipper panels.
Galley Laundry Equipment
GE clothes washer & dryer GE refrigerator w/freezer GE 4 burner electric stove Microwave Dishwasher Garbage disposal Icemaker Instant hot water 10 cu. Ft bar refrigerator 10 cu. Ft. smaller refrigerator in store room 10 cu. Ft. small freezer in storeroom
Features
Joinerwork: Woodwork The joinerwork is above the standard for other Burger’s of this vintage. The dining room and master stateroom are Birdseye Maple. The rest of the joinerwork including the pilothouse is natural Oak. There are Burl inlays on the aft passageway; salon furniture and forward salon bulkhead. All the joinerwork is nicely matched with tight, well done seams. The sides of the salon have had wall covering applied to the paneling as a décor touch. This can easily be brought back to the oak paneling if desired. Other features/equipment: Entertainment Equipment: New TV/VCR main salon, master stateroom; Television crew quarters, dining salon, port guest stateroom, starboard guest stateroom, guest stateroom and small guest room; Stereo main salon, master stateroom, crew quarters; speakers throughout. Switchboard for all TV’s for cable/antenna/VHS. Special sound shields on generator valve covers and oil pans; special motor and generator mounts and low resolution propeller shaft couplings make this yacht one of the quietists, smoothest running Burger Yachts afloat.
Electronics and Navigational Equipment
Plath Navipilot II autopilot w/gryo repeater(service 2009) Nobeltec Nav system Fathometer  (new 2009) integrated with Plotter Simrad flybridge radar Furuno “Black Box” radar pilot house (flat screen) with ARPA and AIS Horizon VHF radio ICOM VHF radio w/remote Brother Officejet fax/copy machine/scanner Plath Navigate stationary gyro compass Datamarine International offshore depth sounder w/flybridge remote Raython F720D flashing depth sounder Plath Navigon III automatic direction finder w/gyro interface Furuno FPS w/plotter and Nobetec chart plotter Kenyon speed and distance log Datamarine Navigator speed and distance log with flybridge remote 17 Merlin telephones each with 3 lines and 5 speaker phones Kenyon wind speed indicator with flybridge remote Plath Naviwarn compass steering and course select Dual station steering option from either bridge or pilothouse Kenyon air/sea temperature gauge (2) Pilothouse Pompanette Chairs KVH M-7 satelite gyro for TV
Electrical Equipment
Northern Lights 35 KW generator with 11672 hours - 1200 rpm Northern Lights 50 KW generator with 12970 hours - 1800 rpm (2) La Marche isolation transformer 120v/240v (2) Stabline voltage regulators Dual 100 amp 220 voltage single-phase electric service port and starboard (3) 50 100 amp shore cord with Hubbell plugs (2) Hubbell 50 amp shore cord with Hubbell plugs (2) range plug adapters (3) phone service connections port and starboard (3) 50 phone cords The 35 KW generator is 1200 RPM and is very quiet Port Generator:13,007 hours Starboard Generator: 13,680 hours Port main engine: 6,151 hours Starboard main engine: 6,332 hours
Deck and Hull Equipment
(2) Danforth 150 lb through the bow anchors with (2) 300 chain rodes Danforth 60 lb. anchor with 250 1 rope Marquipt 9 step Tide Ride boarding ladder with teak rails Marquipt 7 step Tide Ride boarding ladder with teak rails Marquipt vertical hanging ladder Marquipt custom 12 Mediterranean boarding ladder w/rails and wheels Floodlights on mast for  boat deck 406 EPIRB (new 1997) (2) Ideal windlasses on aft deck with ½ HP rope capstans Galley Maid 5 HP windlass on foredeck with dual gypsy 18’ Boston Whaler w/ two 70 hp Yamahas (low compression one one) 14’ Novurania w/ 50 hp Yamaha Deck crane with block and tackle (2) Marquipt hydraulic 3500 lb. capacity cranes Kahlenberg T-3 dual air horn and whistle, dual station auto/manual controls (2) Avon 8-person self-inflating life rafts (2) Carlisle and Finch remote search lights Windshield washer and wipers Coast Guard safety package Freshwater wash down Bimini top, Eisen glass on flybridge 16” hydraulic bow thruster (new 2004)
Engine and Mechanical Equipment
J.D. Nall (Aqua Air) air conditioning throughout including engineroom, two chillers each 60,000BTU/5TON(AQ-60), 10 TON total (One compressor in one chiller is not operating-cost for new improved 5TON soft start chiller is about $15,000 installed- $9677.60+tax? + labor includes heat mode) On the west coast USA/Canada only half of one chiller or one compressor is used for cooling so there is presently triiple redundancy. For tropical use, one chiller should be replaced and this will give the benifit of less amperage spike on statrt up. Captain has exact equipment quotation and labor estimate Halon fire control system Wagner hydraulic wheel steering Naiad #254 stabilizers (2) bilge blowers Freshwater cooling system (2) spare propellers Galley Maid 800 & 600 GPD water makers (rebuilt w/ new membranes 2006) Fire Fighting seawater pump (2) 47 gallon water heaters Mansfield vacuum toilet system Fuel leveling system/Fuel transfer system with racor filter ZF model BW250 transmissions Headhunter and Burkes water pumps (2) spare stub shafts Hours reported are approximate: On engines these are from service hour meters on the engines which are not necessarily the exact hours.  The generator hours are for electric hour meters.
Remarks
ORIANA is one of the finest Burgers ever built and was Henry Burgers pride and joy. She was the second Burger for her original owner and subsequent owners have owned Burger’s previously and sought out ORIANA for purchase because she is a very special Burger. In 1986 she was lengthened by 5’ by Bradford Marine as designed by J.B. Hargrave the original designer. The purpose of the extension was to transform the original cockpit to an aft deck and extend the boat deck about 12’ and install two new cranes for larger (20+) tenders. At the same time the anchoring system was upgraded and a Med-gangway was built for worldwide cruising. The original lazarette under the cockpit has now been transformed into a huge storage room with refrigerator and freezer that could be used for motorcycles or wave runners. The aft deck has a fold-down set of steps to the swim platform creating the same utility as the new Euro-transoms, but with the ability to close in the aft deck with Eisen glass when needed. The stairs are invisible when up and all one sees is a traditional transom. ORIANA is a powerful, economical, displacement hull, which is much different than the shallower bilge, semi-displacement hull of most Burgers. She also has adequate power and torque that allows her cruising speed to be made in rough seas where displacement yachts with smaller engines can only make 8 or 9 knots. As well as having adequate fuel and the correct engines for long range trips, this design also features larger engine room, with engines placed low in the engine room for more stability. Larger crew quarter and storage below the drew quarters due to the hull design and the raised foredeck. The main engines have  had  their 5,000 hour service performed  including new connecting rod bearings and motor mounts. Since 2004 ORIANA has been in Vancouver/Victoria B.C. with a year round crew and ambitious upgrading/projects during the winter. She was painted in Florida before being shipped on a transport vessel to British Columbia. Her paint has aged well in Canada because the sun is not as strong as in Florida.  NOT OFFERED FOR SALE TO U.S.CITIZENS/RESIDENTS WHILE IN U.S. WATERS NOT OFFERED FOR SALE TO CANADIAN CITIZENS/RESIDENTS WHILE IN CANADIAN WATERS These particulars are based on information provided by the sellers and are believed to be correct, although we cannot be liable for any inaccuracy. We recommend any purchaser to confirm details of concern to him by survey inspection and/or enquiry of the seller and to ensure that his concern is properly reflected in the purchase contract. An independent survey is always advisable.
Disclaimer
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. NOT OFFERED FOR SALE OR CHARTER TO CANADIAN CITIZENS/RESIDENTS WHILE IN CANADIAN WATERS.  NOT OFFERRED FOR SALE OR CHARTER TO U.S. RESIDENTS WHILE IN U.S. WATERS  
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