US-based builder Burger Boat has released designs for a new addition to its fleet: a 37.3-metre Burger 122. Designed in collaboration with Canadian naval architect Gregory C. Marshall, the vessel is penned with a raised pilot house across a tri-deck layout.
Preliminary outlines of the vessel indicate warm neutral wood tones and creamy whites interlaced with polished metal, though the yard plans to release the model with fully-customisable interior layout options.
The 122 is planned with a smart exterior detailing uninterrupted bilateral glazing and a powerful raked bow. It will have a beam of 7.75 metres and a 1.83-metre draught. Designed to ABS/MCA classifications, a 297GT sees 256 metres square allocated for interior areas and 136 metres square for the exterior.
Outdoor spaces detail thoughtful configuration with multi-level separation across the expansive flybridge. Wraparound decks lead to a secluded selection of lounging options including sun pads and a lounge neatly tucked into the bow.
Accommodation will comprise up to ten guests with four cabins on the lower deck - two doubles and two twins. A full beam owner's cabin sits on the main deck forward. All guest spaces include ensuite facilities and are connected by a lobby with a staircase leading to the main deck living area. A crew of six can fit comfortably onboard across two twin bunks and separate captain's quarters.
Shared entertaining and lounging zones on the main deck will include a salon featuring a bar and seating area, as well as a formal dining space amidship. Externally, steps from an alfresco area will lead down to a beach club.
Up on top, the sundeck is the focal outdoor space. A seating area with a U-shaped couch and adjustable dining tables is positioned to enjoy spectacular sunsets. A pilothouse with side-by-side bench seats enables skippers and navigators to never be too far away from the entertainment action.
The yacht is projected to reach a top speed of 24 knots and has a cruising speed of 21 knots.