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Burger motor yacht Adriatic Escape sold

28 July 2022• Written by Tom McGhie

The 32 metre Burger motor yacht Adriatic Escape has been sold in-house by Alex Clarke and Julian Calder from Denison’s Monaco office.

Constructed entirely in aluminium by US yard Burger Boat, she was penned by Don O’Keeffe and delivered in 1990. The yacht has benefitted from several refits over the years, most recently in 2018, which saw her overall length increased by 2.5 metres and a complete overhaul of her interiors.

Adriatic Escape was asking $1,450,000

Accommodation comes for up to 10 guests in five cabins including a spacious full-width master stateroom located below deck aft, with ample storage and built-in shelves. Four additional staterooms are found forward below the bow.

The main saloon boasts two large settees aft of a formal dining space for up to 10 guests alongside a fully equipped galley. Moving aft, guests can find an al fresco dining space on the main deck which overlooks socialising space and a swim platform at the stern.

Up on the flybridge, a Nuova Jolly tender with a Yamaha 70hp motor yacht can be stored. Towards the bow, guests can find sun pads on the foredeck alongside a hot spring Jacuzzi.

Powered by twin Detroit 16V92TA diesel engines, the yacht has a top speed of 19 knots and a cruising speed of 16 knots.

Adriatic Escape was asking $1,450,000.