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WOW is a 2004 106' Burger Motor Yacht currently offered For Sale by her second owner. WOW is Burger's second ACS (Advanced Construction Series) project. The 106' is a classic contemporary-styled raised pilothouse Motor Yacht with two guest staterooms, plus a full beam Master suite in the main accommodations. Plus in the crew quarters, there is ample space for four crew, below decks forward. The interior is built with quartered English Brown Oak. The galley features a grand cooking station on the forward bulkhead, with carved woodwork, bronzed ceramic tiles, white bronze inlays and stainless fronts and hardware. WOW has had extensive work completed to include a custom hardtop done by Pipe welders with full polycarbonate enclosure, featuring a 50" drop down TV, full paint and more, see full listing for all the UPGRADES.
106 Raised Pilothouse
2004 1868.00 HRS 1550.00 HP
2004 1868.00 HRS 1550.00 HP
Lower deck: Aft stern platform; walk-in lazarette and sound proof generator room; engine room; two guest staterooms and master stateroom amidship; two crew cabins forward with lounge.
Main deck: Euro stern; open aft deck; walkaround side decks; main salon; dining plus bar; day head; semi-raised pilothouse; galley with dining lounge; fore-deck lounge and storage; anchoring gear; bow seat.
Boat deck with tenders; seating with table; bar with stools; flying bridge helm; port and starboard companion seating.
WOW's SALON is breathtaking due to the large windows and glass panels across the aft bulkhead. The aft corners are glazed with curved glass inserts from deck to ceiling, eliminating the dark corners. Plenty of seating, surrounds the flat screen TV and entertainment system which are housed in a four door credenza to starboard with match book sequenced burlwood. The interior wood showcases a quarter sawn English brown oak throughout with large crown, base and raised panel moldings finished with a satin varnish. You'll find accents of patterned dark mocha Wengé flooring in strategic areas providing contrast. Blinds and drapery provide privacy.
Forward in the salon is the granite topped wet bar, refrigerator, ice maker, and wine cooler concealed behind English oak cabinetry. Just aft, is a custom built dining table positioned beneath a recessed wood encased soffit featuring wood beams and a suspended grid of fiber optic lighting. To port of the dining table you'll find matching wood cabinetry with leather drawer pulls and slotted storage for storage. To starboard, a game table with chairs.
Forward to port in the main salon, the large DAY HEAD showcases a vaulted ceiling of custom metallic mosaic tiles and custom cabinetry with a bronzed vessel sink set into a bronze glass mosaic counter top.
Walking forward, you'll find the GALLEY. In the center, is a walk around island, providing storage and informal dining. On the forward bulkhead a elegant stainless steel cooking station with stainless steel drawers on each side, and a bronze tiled recess above with elaborate carved moldings and a curved glass exhaust collector overhead. To port is a stainless microwave/convection oven and a coffee station below.
Wraparound granite counters and a farm style stainless sink and cabinetry provide plenty of storage. The entire galley enjoys a panoramic view of the surrounding waters thanks to large windows port and starboard.
The MASTER STATEROOM is accessed directly off the salon thru a English brown oak paneled stairway. Centered amidship, the MASTER has a grand entry and central foyer with double arched doors. The entire, aft headboard showcases sketch-faced burl wood within a stile and rail grid work of quartered English brown oak. Hidden in the beamed ceiling is a drop panel housing a flat screen T.V.
On either side of the berth, you'll find access to his and her master heads featuring tumbled marble, coco-brown onyx faucets and bronze fixtures.
There are two GUEST accommodations directly across the foyer from the master. The foyer is rich with details including a triangular shaped burl wood sculpture niche, lit from within, all atop a patterned Wengé flooring. A built in stacked laundry center is concealed behind a paneled English oak door.
There are two staterooms, one with a queen berth, featuring a curved wood cornice with inlaid sunburst pattern above the berth and radiating ceiling panels to form a fan shape. Similar to the treatment in the master suite, a flat screen TV panel drops down from the ceiling in this VIP guest stateroom. The ensuite head is lined with marble and has a beautiful, marble walk-in shower.
The twin stateroom opposite to starboard, has an entertainment center mounted on the forward bulkhead there is a built-in speaker system and panel access to the yacht's central entertainment system. An ensuite head features a marble shower.
CREW QUARTERS are private and located forward of the galley, and below decks. All areas showcase the English brown oak wood. There are two generous staterooms each with en-suite heads. The showers are lined in a rustic antiqued ceramic tile, as is the floor of the crew laundry area and a suitably equipped crew galley. A lounge area for the crew includes a leather L-shaped settee and Corian topped dinette table.
PILOTHOUSE is amidships and five steps up from the main deck. A bronze railing lines the stairs and open deck of the pilothouse and visibility is greatly enhanced by wraparound glass panels including a unique view through large windows on the main deck level, port and starboard. The pilothouse showcases English brown oak with grand moldings. It showcases an impressive command station containing a full Glass Bridge system with the latest generation of navigation electronics. An oversized, curved settee surrounds a triangular Emperador marble table. The helm area itself is furnished with a custom Stidd chair. The helm console trim is a rare, hand picked burl wood surrounded by leather and oak woodwork while the pilothouse sole is planked in English oak and dark Wengé hardwood.
FLYING BRIDGE and BOAT DECK are six steps from the pilothouse. The center helm features a Stidd chair and is flanked port and starboard by built-in, forward facing companion seating with storage underneath. The helmsman has access to full controls, instruments, compass, GPS plotter, radar, rudder angle indicator, depth and speed indicators, VHF, stabilizer and thruster controls, plus full function port and starboard wing control stations. Also found on the bridge is a multi-function telephone station, radar arch with multiple antennae, both radar scanners, refrigerator/ice maker, two-6 man life rafts and a new 17' DLX AB inflatable with Yamaha 115 Painted white with custom standing platform boarding ladder and power pole. The flybridge is furnished with a full-service bar with a granite top and four Crown bar stools to starboard. Just aft of the bar is a built-in Eskimo 600 lb. a day ice maker that dumps into its on custom icebox. To port is the granite topped high/low table with bench seating (storage beneath) for dining and/or entertaining. The flybridge entertainment area is complete with its own 50" TV that drops from the hardtop. The sound system (AM/FM/CD player and exterior speakers) has dramatic fiber optic lighting options.
The aft deck has teak flooring and enclosed bulwarks topped with a hefty, varnished teak cap extending fully around the vessel in traditional Burger fashion. The aft deck features a teak dining table with seating for six, along with two wicker over-sized chairs and side table. Teak, watertight glass and aluminum Freeman doors lead to a generous side deck to port and starboard, and port and starboard aft side entries provide easy dock access off the aft deck. Forward, you will find midship side entries through bulwark gates port and starboard. Beveled glass French doors lead from the aft deck into the salon, thru a single, hinged glass door.
Port and starboard stairways lead down to the transom platform where you access the engine room, outside shower, and stern shore power connections. A 14' pneumatic/hydraulic, telescoping passarelle adjusts to reach side or stern docks and retracts when not in use, and deploys from the starboard side stair case. Two electric powered capstans aid docking.
The ENGINE ROOM and LAZARETTE are aft, accessed from aft deck hatch or thru a watertight Freeman transom door. The lazarette houses the aluminum workbench, sink, tool storage, CO2 tanks and main distribution panels. To starboard is the 40 KW Kilo Pak soft mounted generator in a stainless steel, sound enclosure. The Matrix 3600 GPD water maker and air compressor also reside in this aft area as well as the dual ASEA 50 kVA converter system. Thru another watertight door fitted with a glass panel, is the main engine room; central is the second 40 KW Kilo Pak rpm generator also soft mounted in a stainless steel sound enclosure. Port and starboard are the two main engines, and two glass topped sea chests which accommodate all of the raw water requirements of the vessel. You'll also fine air conditioning chiller units, all stainless-steel fuel manifolding, fuel flow monitor, coalescing fuel scrubbing system, pneumatic fuel gauges, Racor secondary fuel filters, S.S. lube oil manifolding, S.S. bilge pump manifolding, sewage treatment system, engine and generator batteries, various pump motors and back-up pumps, double 4' florescent light fixtures, back-up DC lighting, Delta T air induction system and exhaust fans. A set of back-up mechanical Kobelt engine controls are overhead mounted.
Gearboxes: ZF Marine, BW 2150A Johnson propellers, 5 blade, 44" x 43"
Fuel Consumption and Range Data
RPM: 2300 / 2200 / 2100 / 2000 / 1800 / 1600 / 1400 / 1200 / 1000
Knots: 21 / 18.8 / 17.4 / 16.6 / 14.8 / 13.7 / 12.6 / 10.9 / 9.0
Cons.: 154 / 128 / 116 / 98 / 74 / 50 / 34 / 23 / 15
Range: 924 / 995 / 1016 / 1147 / 1355 / 1547 / 2511 / 3211 / 4065
*Consumption is for both engines. Range/reserve allowance is only 5% in consideration of day tank usage. Figures not to be relied on but are reasonably accurate.
Generators: (2) Kilo Pak: 40 KW each
Generator power plants: John Deere 4045 DFM Natural
Output:208V, 3 phase, 60 Hertz
Shore power: 240V, 3 phase, 60 Hertz
WOW was Burger's second Advanced Construction Series project which enabled the Burger craftsmen to demonstrate the best of the best.
Of particular note is the fact that the principle woodwork utilized in the interior, English Brown Oak, was derived from a single tree specially milled for this project. There will never be another yacht like WOW. She is a truly a work of art.
This listing is presented to you courtesy of a member of the International Yacht Brokers Association and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.