US-based yacht builder Burger Boat Company has unveiled the first images of the new Burger 142 Atrium yacht in collaboration with renowned yacht designer British designer Evan K. Marshall on both the interior and exterior.
The Burger 142 Atrium yacht boasts a multi-story grand entrance, allowing guests to navigate from her lower guest staterooms to her skylounge, while creating a central point in the design. The atrium, which looks as lavish as the foyer of a five-star hotel. The lower deck offers accommodation for up to 12 guests, with a full-beam owner’s suite and five guest staterooms. Burger says all rooms come with en suites, ocean views, and an abundance of natural light.
Clients have the opportunity to personalise the Burger 142 Atrium superyacht, by working closely with the Burger team and Evan K. Marshall to create a yacht that matches their unique preferences and lifestyles.
Both Burger and Evan K. Marshall have taken steps to blend the yacht with her surroundings by creating an infinity deck. The open platform is essentially a fresh take on a beach club that aims to better connect guests with the surrounding sea by adding steps directly into the water. It flows onto an interior spa and gym. Up top, meanwhile, seafarers can enjoy a sky lounge, a Jacuzzi, and plenty of plush seating.
“The Burger 142 Atrium Motor Yacht is poised to become a coveted asset for yacht enthusiasts seeking an exceptional combination of luxury, craftsmanship, reliability, and performance. It is a testament to the enduring commitment to excellence by Burger Boat Company and the legacy of Evan K. Marshall,” concluded the Burger Boat Company.
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