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Burger Boat Company 50’ Cruiser

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In our 157 years of helping to create an owner’s vision, one of the most significant milestones in that journey is their very first decision. What is your version of custom?

For each owner, their motivations, requirements and desires are different. Some seek a home away from home, an escape that gives them the finest life has to offer in its most breathtaking settings. Some seek an heirloom their family will enjoy for generations. Today, many more seek the adventure of long-range cruising. They want to feel that adventurous spirit on a yacht built around their lifestyle and their dream. For some, that’s an expansive expedition-style yacht built to cross an ocean. For others, it’s a sleek, stylish, fast and comfortable cruiser the owner can enjoy in private luxury with family and friends. The perfect getaway.

That’s the power of working with Burger to build your custom yacht. Whatever you seek, it’s an opportunity to define the journey of a lifetime based on your own requirements.

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Take control of luxury

A Burger Cruiser is perfect for those looking for a yacht they can pilot themselves. This powerful and luxurious cruiser was developed in conjunction with Vripack Naval Architects and features an exquisite interior by De Basto Designs.

Recently delivered Burger Cruisers provide their owners with luxury accommodations in two ensuite staterooms, unobstructed views in the open salon/galley area and exceptional exterior spaces for entertaining family and friends. Powered by twin 600hp Volvo Penta D8-IPS800 engines, and incorporating Vripack’s revolutionary SlideHulldesign, this iconic yacht provides her owner a cruising speed of 26 knots and a top speed of approximately 31 knots in comfort.

Burger’s new 50’ Cruiser is currently under construction and is available for immediate purchase. In addition, Burger continues to work with potential owners to help them define their own specific requirements.

Of course, these requirements often push the boundaries of what a yacht owner dreamed were possible.

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