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Feature: Burger Boat's 42m Motoryacht "Liberty"

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  1. Burger Boat's 42m Motoryacht "Liberty"
    Bold New, Blunt Bow Burger!

    Reflecting upon its 150 year history, Burger created a new and exciting design that celebrates
    its legacy of designing and building some of the world’s most recognizable yachts. This new design
    is named Liberty to reflect the freedom from restrictions one enjoys while aboard a Burger built yacht.​

    Taking a sophisticated design approach, the Burger team, in collaboration with Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architect Ltd., created Liberty as the ultimate yacht. At 138’ (42m), she provides everything the active family could want including formal and informal living spaces, exceptional exterior areas for entertaining and easy access to the water for swimming and water sports enjoyment.
  2. Liberty’s exterior styling sends a clear message to the world; Burger builds yachts of all styles to suit the specific tastes of each individual client. Contemporary by design, her exterior lines, interior living spaces and overall attention to detail reflect Burger’s vision of the yachting family lifestyle.
  3. From the top, down, Liberty sheds light on a new design direction, not only for Burger, but also for her designer Greg Marshall who has an uncanny knack for influencing the future of yacht design.
  4. The upper deck features a midship mounted pool with a hardtop aft. The luxurious full beam main deck owner’s stateroom includes a large lounge/office area, his and hers en suite baths and generous closets. The main entry foyer features double curved open staircases, one leading to the lower guest accommodations and the other to the upper deck. The guest accommodations consist of four fully appointed staterooms with en suite baths.
  5. With a nod to the Med and sun worshippers alike, Marshall's new design emphasizes life up-front and being the first onboard to inhale the horizon. Liberty’s spacious foredeck features a Portuguese bridge, of sorts, like many Marshall conceived designs.
  6. Leaving worries in her wake, this is the view from Liberty's upper aft deck. Inside, Liberty’s interior design showcases Burger’s extraordinary talents. Need proof? Look no further then Sycara IV. The large main salon and dining area can be easily transformed into a lavish indoor/outdoor area by simply opening the port and starboard double sliding doors and the aft curved sliders.
  7. The western shores of Lake Michigan should soon be buzzing with word of a new Burger build...
  8. The aft renders show the yacht’s tender garage which conceals a 20' (6m) tender and various water toys. With the tender launched, the aft portion of the tender garage becomes an extension of Liberty’s swim platform. See next pic...
  9. To meet the requirements of today’s yachting enthusiast, strategically planned design elements have been incorporated throughout. Liberty’s transforming swim platform with generous steps permits easy access to the sea while her dramatic outdoor areas allow guests to relax in private or mingle with friends.
  10. Burger, at 150 years old, is one of the world’s oldest and most respected shipyards. From its shipyard in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, USA, its craftsman have built hundreds of high quality vessels which can be found in ports around the world, including yachts, sailing ships, military vessels and steamers. Today, Burger’s legacy of designing and building the finest custom luxury yachts to 260’ (80m) of the highest standards continues at its fully updated shipyard on the western shores of Lake Michigan.
  11. With its history of building exceptional yachts, Liberty is sure to be a breathtaking addition to the Burger fleet.

    For more information contact:

    Burger Boat Company
    1811 Spring Street,
    Manitowoc, WI 54220
    (920) 686-5117
    www.burgerboat.com

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