Inside the interior of Burger's 36m classic Inevitable

20 January 2021

Inevitable is a true gentleman's yacht and a shining example of traditional styling that can stand the test of time. The Patrick Knowles-penned interior of Burger's 1985 classic is characterised by high gloss teak joinery throughout, offset by rich leathers and a warm and welcoming palette of colour.

Images: William Smith IV

This theme continues into the formal dining area forward of the main deck and the elegant saloon. Perfect for unwinding after a day at sea, the saloon comprises a lounge, bar and a fully-equipped entertainment centre for cloudy days. 

Accommodation within Inevitable's 165GT interior is for a total of eight guests in a sumptuous master suite and port and starboard twins equipped with Pullman berths. Each of the twin cabins is decorated in its own palette - royal red in one and emerald green in the other - set against the yacht's statement glossy teak.

Exterior areas abound providing ample room for socialising and hosting friends and family aboard, including an al fresco dining table for 10 dominating the aft deck. 

Looking from the outside in, walk-around teak decks complete Inevitable's classic appeal and lead to a large foredeck with guest seating. Up above, a flybridge offers the perfect spot for making the most of the glorious sunshine and taking in the ocean views, complemented by a barbecue, sun pads and exterior helm station for fair weather sailing. 

First launched in 1985 by US builder Burger and constructed in aluminium, Inevitable features exterior design by Jack Hargrave and is powered by CAT engines for a cruising speed of 14 knots.