The inspiration (and namesake) behind the yacht's design is the interior atrium, an "extraordinary centrepiece" found in the yacht's interior. According to the shipyard, it has never been seen before in a yacht of this size.
Accommodation is for 12 guests across a full-beam master cabin and five en suite guest cabins. While clients will be able to tailor the model to individual taste, initial renderings reveal a warm, contemporary aesthetic with lacquered wood panelling, marble flooring and a cream-and-mahogany colour palette. The main saloon has two L-shaped settees and, adjacent, a 12-person formal dining table. An al fresco dining table is available on the upper deck aft.
The beach club is a standout feature, with an open platform at sea-level for easy tender and toy onboarding (or sunbathing). It also directly links to an interior space dedicated to spa and exercise activities, including a sauna, shower and variety of gym equipment. Other convivial areas include the sundeck – arranged with Jacuzzi, sunpads and bar – and the yacht's bow, which has been fitted with a conversation pit.
"Working with Burger Boat Company on the Burger 142 Atrium Motor Yacht has been an extraordinary experience," said Evan K. Marshall. "This yacht embodies the best of design and craftsmanship, and I'm thrilled to see our vision come to life."
Jim Ruffolo, president and CEO of Burger Boat Company, added: "We are excited to collaborate with Evan K. Marshall on this project. The Burger 142 Atrium Motor Yacht sets new standards in the industry, and we look forward to delivering an exceptional experience to our clients."
According to BOATPro, Burger Boats currently has two units actively under construction – both belonging to the US shipyard's flagship series, the Burger 180.Read More/First and second Burger 180 flagship models take shape in Wisconsin