$9.5M price drop on Burger superyacht Sycara IV
by Malcolm MacLean
Built by US yard Burger Boat Company to a design by Bruce King for a highly experienced American yachtsman, she was delivered in 2009 as a modern classic, combining the highest levels of quality and technology with the timeless elegance of the 1920's. It should come as no surprise that Sycara IV went on to win the coveted 2010 ShowBoats Design Award for Best Naval Architecture.
An interior by Ken Freivokh uses Madrona Burl wall panels enhanced with inlaid Macassar Ebony to create a warm and inviting ambience throughout the main saloon, dining room, and guest cabins. ABS classed, Sycara IV accommodates nine guests in four cabins consisting of a master suite, VIP suite, a double and a twin cabin, all with entertainment systems and en suite bathroom facilities.
In the main saloon of this yacht for sale, furniture is grouped to form a conversation area and also faces a large television screen and a leather upholstered bar with custom bar stools. Adjacent is a separate formal dining room featuring full length French doors offering access to the exterior verandah.
A generous dining area aft on the main deck leads up to a spacious sun deck with large sun pads, a seven-person hot tub, bar and a dining area - the perfect position to enjoy al fresco meals and panoramic views.
Twin 600hp Caterpillar engines give Sycara IV a cruising range of 4,500 nautical miles at 12 knots.
Lying in South Florida, Sycara IV is for sale and now asking $27,500,000.