Burger has just launched their latest superyacht, the 43.3m (142ft) motor yacht Lady Gayle Marie (ex hull number 508).
The luxury motor yacht LADY GAYLE MARIE, built in aluminium to an in-house design has left the Burger Shipyard and will be delivered to her new owners soon. The new 43m Lady Gayle Marie motor yacht is the successor to a smaller 37.2m Burger Boat Lady Gayle Marie (ex: Lady Grace Marie) built in 2002 shown below.
M/Y Lady Gayle Marie (ex Hull 508) features accommodation is for ten guests in five cabins including an on deck full beam master suite and four double staterooms located on the lower deck. A special feature of this new tri deck Burger superyacht is her glass enclosed circular elevator that services all decks, including the enclosed gymnasium on the sundeck. The main deck of yacht Lady Gayle Marie consists of the master suite, a large formal salon, fa ormal dining room and a teak aft deck with a large dining area. The bridge deck features an owner’s office located aft of the wheel house, a butler’s pantry and a large sky lounge which opens to an inviting open deck area complete with a centerline dining table. The sun deck includes a large spa pool with sun pads, a built-in barbeque, multiple dining areas, a port side powder room and an air conditioned all glass exercise room.
The launch of the yacht Lady Gayle Marie follows on from Burgers successful launch of motor yacht Motor yacht SEA OWL, a 142′ (43.3m) Tri-Deck Motor Yacht, the result of an impressive collaboration between the Burger Design Team, Andrew Winch Design and Vripack Engineering.
Burger Boat Company designs and builds custom yachts, in aluminum and/or steel, ranging in sizes to 200′ (60m). Since 1863 Burger has been recognized internationally for design, quality construction, seaworthiness, reliability and is the most respected custom yacht builder in America.