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Burger Boat was founded in 1863 in Manitowoc WI, by Henry B. Burger and continues in business today. The original shipyard was sold in 1902 to what is now Manitowoc Corporation, but the next generation of the Burger family had already started a new shipyard in 1892, across from the old one. Burger Boat Co was incorporated in 1915 and operated for 70 years. Then in 1986 it was sold to John McMillan, who sold it in 1989 to Tacoma Boat, which closed in 1990. The present owners, Shipbuilders of Wisconsin, Inc., d.b.a. Burger Boat Company, bought it in 1993 and have returned to the boatbuilding business, only on a somewhat reduced scale. Visit the shipyard at burgerboat.com . You can see it from the air on Google here .

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Burger Boat Company superyachts are built in Manitowoc, Wisconsin.

History of Burger Boat Yachts

Henry Burger founded Burger Boat Company in 1863 on the shore of Lake Michigan. The shipyard drew its workers from among the European craftsmen who had immigrated to Wisconsin. During the Golden Age of American Yachting, Burger luxury yachts were built for millionaires and Burger’s steam-powered commercial vessels sailed the Great Lakes.

Innovative milestones for Burger include the 1938 launch of the 24.7-metre sailing yacht Tamaris, the first all-welded steel auxiliary ketch built in the U.S., and the 1956 launch of the 11m luxury yacht Virginia , America’s first all-welded aluminum vessel, constructed in collaboration with the Reynolds Metals Company.

Notable Burger Boat Yachts

Burger built a series the Sis W superyacht series for the owners of the Walgreens pharmacy chain. In 2009, the shipyard built the 43.3-metre superyacht Sea Owl , designed by Andrew Winch with naval architecture by Vripack. The same year, Burger showed its versatility by launching the retro 46-metre, retro superyacht Sycara IV , designed by Ken Freivokh. The largest Burger superyacht date is the 46.6-metre Ingot , winner of the “Art de Vivre La Belle Classe Moët & Chandon” award at the 2010 Rendezvous in Monaco.

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Superyacht builder Burger specialises in building custom private yachts of aluminium and/or steel. The shipyard is known for its in-house joinery shop, where it produces all of its own woodwork. In addition to new builds, Burger also builds commercial vessels and refits and services both luxury yachts and ships up to 79 meters in length.

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About Burger Yachts

BURGER YACHTS is a full-service yacht builder in Manitowoc, Wisconsin with a rich history of building custom yachts of top quality. Burger collaborates with the world’s best designers and naval architects to produce aluminum and steel yachts up to 260′ (80m) in length. The community of Manitowoc is filled with generations of craftsmen skilled in the art of shipbuilding, applying their hand and skill to making yachts that create the vision and style of each client. Burger’s full-service facility offers ample space for construction of new yachts, refits, maintenance and repair. With over 150 years of experience, Burger continues to showcase its talent in each yacht from beginning to completion.

World-class yacht construction by Burger yachts includes the 151′ (46.1m) SYCARA IV, the 153′ (47m) INGOT, the 103′ (31.5m) NORTHLAND and more, with designs by some of top stylists from around the world, including Luiz De Basto , Bruce King and Vripack .

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Burger Boat Company - Make Your Mark on Yacht History

In 1863, German immigrant Henry Burger moved to Manitowoc, Wisconsin; a small community on the western shore of Lake Michigan, where he founded the H. Burger Shipyard. Burger’s expertise and penchant for building extremely high-quality vessels quickly became known throughout the Great Lakes, and Burger Boat Company become the foundation of the American yachting experience.

Burger remains the most respected custom yacht builder in the United States. Today, its newest designs continue its long tradition of delivering the finest custom yachts to meet the highest expectations — and unique pursuits — of discerning clients.

Take for example, Burger’s new 120’ Raised Pilothouse Motor Yacht concept. A tremendous starting point for those looking to create their own iconic custom yacht, the Burger 120 offers an exciting alternative to typical raised pilothouse configuration; perfectly balancing luxury accommodations, outdoor living, and entertainment for plenty of personal guests.

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Designed in a close partnership with Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architects, the concept’s large windows offer ample natural light and breathtaking views throughout the entire yacht. Those who prefer to experience both opulence and the great outdoors, are invited to the sun deck to gaze outward at the glittering seas or get even closer with a 20’ Novurania Catamaran Tender or personal jet ski. The area also features a day head, large lounging and dining areas, and a helm to starboard. As an all-custom build, clients have a wealth of choices for interior and exterior finishes and details. With your personal touch, this yacht could easily go from “concept” to a new crest of Burger creation, elevated to meet your style of adventuring.

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For those who seek more ample space, one may consider the Burger 144’ Tri-Deck Motor Yacht. This one-of-a-kind yacht represents a pinnacle of modern craftsmanship, featuring a large main salon and dining area that seamlessly transforms into a lavish indoor/outdoor entertainment space to create new memories at sea. An full beam main deck owner’s stateroom includes a large office area, his and hers ensuite baths and generous closets.

The Burger 144’s main entry foyer also features double curved open staircases, inviting guests to their luxurious onboard accommodations. The upper deck includes a sky lounge opening to a private deck aft, while a tender garage conceals her 20’ (6 m) tender and water toys; ideally suited for entertaining family, friends and business associates. When finally customized for her new owner, it’s not by any means a stretch of the imagination to see the Burger 144’ Tri-Deck Motor Yacht become a bright spot on the horizon of modern yachting.

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Sporty seagoers may prefer a more nimble, mid-sized yacht design, like the Burger 63’ Sportfishing Motor Yacht. A concept that combines sportfishing and classic Burger luxury, this 63’ modern masterpiece-in-the-making embodies everything owners love about a personal yacht while incorporating engineering excellence to accommodate faster speeds and more new adventures. The design utilizes the patented Slide Hull from Vripack to increase comfort in all conditions and improve speed, handling, and fuel efficiency. The concept calls for three staterooms — all ensuite — with retractable glass panels in the saloon and galley area. Its exact specifications and interior layout will be determined by its client in collaboration with the Burger design team, ensuring it becomes emblematic of both one’s personal preferences and Burger excellence.

For those seeking the ultimate luxury, Burger has also added the Burger 214’ Tri-Deck Motor Yacht to its offerings: a majestic showstopper fitted for both grace and power. Nearly 10,000 square feet of interior space and an 8,000 square foot deck area offer owners virtually limitless opportunities to create an icon and heirloom; a home at sea; an oasis of privacy to share with those you treasure the most.

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From concept through creation, the Burger team encourages its clients to share their personal vision of luxury. Bring your ideas to the historic Wisconsin shipyard known for building icons and launching dreams. Doing so ensures exceptional results; a new, shining example of innovation, collaboration, and custom creation; a historic Burger built just for you.

From its humble 19th century beginnings through its new and inspiring yacht concepts, those who have chosen to join this esteemed family throughout its full, storied history will attest that, when it comes to the world’s most impeccable yachts: Burger delivers.

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Burger Yachts: Tradition and Timeless Elegance in Yacht Building

Burger Yachts is a company with a long history of building high-quality yachts that cater to the needs of discerning clients. Founded in 1863, the company has been constructing custom yachts that reflect the style and preferences of their owners for over a century. Today, Burger Yachts continues to deliver the same exceptional craftsmanship and innovative design that has made them a top choice for yacht owners around the world.

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Burger Yachts works closely with some of the most respected designers and naval architects in the industry to create yachts that meet the highest standards of quality and design. Their team of skilled professionals is dedicated to ensuring that each yacht they build is a true reflection of the owner’s personal style and preferences. From the choice of materials and finishes to the layout and functionality of the yacht, every detail is carefully considered to ensure that the end result is a yacht that is truly exceptional.

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INEVITABLE: The Perfect Family Cruiser

One example of the exceptional yachts that Burger Yachts produces is INEVITABLE, a 118-foot Burger yacht built in 1985 and recently refit in 2022. This yacht is an ideal choice for extended family cruising, with a traditionally styled high-gloss Patrick Knowles designed interior that easily accommodates 6 to 8 guests in total comfort. INEVITABLE is freshly refit with a brand-new Matterhorn white Awlgrip paint job, new teak decks, and major system overhauls, making her truly ready to go cruising immediately.

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JOURNEY ON: A Custom Flybridge for Optimum Speed

Another yacht worth mentioning is JOURNEY ON, an 85-foot Burger yacht built in 2000 and updated in 2019. This yacht was originally built with many extras and is well-equipped with a proper marine sanitation device, Atlas Classic shore power, a generator with auto-start, and much more. JOURNEY ON is optimized for speed with her Caterpillar 3412 diesel engines and features a custom hardtop flybridge that was modified in 2013 to a Ray Hunt design.

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CHECKERS: Masterfully Built and Exceptionally Crafted

Last but not least, CHECKERS is another impressive yacht from Burger Yachts. This 85-foot custom-built yacht is continuing the longstanding ethic of the Burger Boat Company, with large salon windows and incredible headroom throughout highlighting the richly crafted Mokore (African Cherry) woodwork. A separate and secluded master suite amidship is comparable in size to those on 100-foot yachts with amenities to match. CHECKERS is powered by twin Caterpillar C32 diesel engines, 1550hp and two 38kW generators, and features stabilization, bow thruster, Furuno electronics, and many more features.

Burger Boat Builders Today

Burger Yachts’ full-service, eight-acre shipyard is conveniently located near the local airport and moments away from the open waters of the Great Lakes. The shipyard features a state-of-the-art manufacturing complex with seven large floor-heated boat building halls of 71,000 square feet (6596 square meters), plus a 50,000 square foot (4645 square meters) joiner shop with a custom-built, dual-station router and machining center, a pair of highly efficient down draft spray booths, and drying centers. In 2006, a new 500 metric ton capacity MARINE TRAVELIFT® and launching well were erected, making the historic Burger shipyard into a world-renowned showpiece. The shipyard’s transformation is a testament to Burger Yachts’ commitment to delivering exceptional craftsmanship and innovative design in every yacht they build.

In conclusion, Burger Yachts has a long-standing reputation for delivering high-quality, custom-built yachts that cater to the needs of discerning clients. INEVITABLE, JOURNEY ON and CHECKERS are just a few examples of the exceptional yachts that Burger Yachts produce, showcasing their dedication to delivering exceptional craftsmanship and innovative design.

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A Visit to Burger and the All-New Burger 180′ Motor Yacht

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In April I had the great pleasure of boarding a plane at FLL headed for Burger Boat Company in Wisconsin. As the oldest U.S. custom shipyard, Burger has a rich history of building incredible custom yachts with a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and a team of expert skilled craftsmen, designers, and mechanical specialists.

So, Who is Burger Boat Company?

Burger Boat Company , located in Manitowoc, Wisconsin was established in 1863. Burger is one of the oldest shipyards in America, with over 160 years in shipbuilding. The founder, Henry Brauburger, began his journey in shipbuilding at the age of 18, in 1857. Over the years, the shipyard grew and evolved with the changing times.  They merged with other local builders and expanded their expertise in wood sailing ships.

In 1915, the shipyard officially became known as, Burger Boat Company, and started producing wood cruisers ranging from 80 to 100 feet in length. Innovation has always been at the forefront of the company’s ethos, and in 1938, Burger made history by constructing the first all-welded steel auxiliary ketch built on U.S. shores.

As times changed, so did the focus. In the 1960s, Burger shifted its production to power craft and aluminum construction, ceasing the production of sailboats and steel yachts. This shift allowed Burger to embrace new technologies and meet the evolving demands of the industry.

Through the years, Burger has continued to make significant milestones. In 1973, they launched the 99-foot yacht Buckpasser, which featured an all-aluminum construction and even a helipad. And now, in 2024, the all-new Burger 180 features a state-of-the-art design. This remarkable yacht represents the largest private yacht currently produced in the USA, marking a significant milestone for the shipyard. Today, Burger is well known and highly respected throughout the industry as an innovative custom superyacht builder, producing some of the finest vessels on the water.

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Once I arrived at the Burger corporate offices I sat down to share a cup of coffee with Ron Cleveringa, Burger’s Senior Vice President, before heading to the shipyard. We discussed some of the 160 years of history in boat building at Burger. Ron gave me a glimpse into Burger’s history sharing some of the company’s photos spanning many decades, and we discussed current and upcoming projects, plans, and models. Seeing this U.S. yacht builder with a rich history and passion for innovation and craftsmanship was exciting.

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Next, we jumped into the car and took a short drive to the shipyard. Upon arrival, we did a walk-through of the newest vessel in the Burger superyacht lineup, the Burger 180 Motor Yacht, which was already stacked before my arrival. 

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The New Burger 180 Motoryacht

To celebrate Burger Boat Company’s 160th anniversary, they announced the construction of a fully custom 180′ superyacht that is currently well into production in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. This presents an exceptional opportunity for the new owner to create their dream yacht right here in the United States. They can incorporate custom touches and design elements without the usual lengthy engineering process associated with new-build yachts of this size.

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Burger Boat Company: Cutting Edge Design and Craftsmanship

“ Every Burger is a one-of-a-kind masterpiece tailored to the owner’s specific vision.” – Burger Boat Company

Burger Boat Company: 180 Exterior Production

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Burger Boat Company: 180 Interior Production

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The Custom Burger 180 Motoryacht

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Burger Yachts 180 Walk-Through

Boarding the yacht from the stern mounted passerelle, guests are greeted on the expansive aft deck. This area provides direct access to the Main Salon, Tender Bay, and via a circular stairway, the aft Bridge Deck. Additionally, easy access to the swim platform is provided via the Tender Bay.

Stowed in the Tender Bay is the yacht’s 37’ tender, which is launched and retrieved via a custom Nautical Structures hydraulic “stinger” system. With this system, the tender is safely stowed while underway, thus eliminating the need for towing.

Powered by twin Caterpillar 3512C IMO Tier II engines, the Burger 180’ Motor Yacht has a range of 4,000 nautical miles without needing the costly and space-consuming SCR’s required for Tier III engines. Introducing the Burger Modular Power Generation System, a game-changing advancement installed aboard the Burger 180 Motor Yacht. This innovative system ushers in a new era of yacht power generation, seamlessly blending cutting-edge technology with a solid commitment to the environment. This exceptional solution is set to transform onboard energy production, utilizing nine compact 40kW Kohler generators to establish an unmatched standard in performance, sustainability, and reliability. Bid farewell to energy waste and operational inefficiencies. At the core of this system lies intelligent energy management, perfectly attuned to your yacht’s changing energy needs. The system optimizes power generation through real-time adjustments, whether you’re on a peaceful voyage or hosting grand events. The precisely engineered 40kW increments ensure efficient power production that aligns with actual demands.

The electrical generation system has been developed to ensure adequate power in all situations. Naiad Dynamics Four Fin, Zero Speed Stabilization System is installed to provide maximum comfort at sea. In addition, the Burger 180’ Motor Yacht incorporates Naiad’s Total Ride Control® system. This system includes integral Trim Tabs and a hydraulically actuated bow-positioned T-Foil. Working in conjunction, the Trim Tabs and T-Foil significantly reduce vessel pitch while at sea.

Experience the perfect setting for formal entertaining and dining in our Main Salon. With its large windows, this area provides an open and inviting atmosphere for quality time with friends and family. 

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On the Main Deck, you’ll find the luxurious Owner’s Suite, spanning the full beam of the yacht and complete with an adjoining private Office. The Lower Deck houses the guest accommodations, which can comfortably accommodate up to ten guests in four staterooms. These staterooms feature large windows that allow natural light to flood in, offering scenic views and a sense of tranquility. For added versatility, these staterooms can be easily converted into two sets of family suites, ensuring flexibility and comfort for all.

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The Skylounge is designed for relaxation and entertainment, featuring a spacious bar and entertainment area. It opens up to the aft Bridge Deck, providing an exceptional space for outdoor dining, entertaining, or simply unwinding with loved ones. Moving forward on the Bridge Deck, you’ll find the Pilothouse, the Yacht’s Office, and the Captain’s Stateroom. For those who enjoy being part of the action and taking in the journey while outdoors, a large circular seating area is situated forward of the Pilothouse, offering panoramic views of the surroundings.

Indulge in outdoor enjoyment on our expansive Sundeck, which offers multiple areas for relaxation and recreation. The central features of the Sundeck include a custom centerline bar and a generously sized pool that can accommodate up to 12 guests. The pool can be easily partitioned into a pool and a hot tub, catering to your specific preferences. Additionally, the Sundeck provides ample space for fresh air workouts, with discreetly stowed state-of-the-art exercise equipment. At the forward section, you’ll find two raised seating areas on both port and starboard sides, as well as three individual, forward-looking chairs that provide breathtaking vistas of the surrounding scenery.

Designed to meet the most demanding needs of long-range cruising, our professional Galley is equipped with commercial-grade equipment. It boasts a spacious walk-in refrigerator, walk-in freezer, walk-in pantry, and direct access to the Skylounge Service Pantry, ensuring convenience and efficiency in food preparation and storage.

We understand the importance of providing a comfortable and private space for our dedicated crew members. The Crew accommodations on board the yacht are thoughtfully designed to accommodate up to 13 crew members. Private staterooms are available for the yacht’s Captain, Chief Officer, Chief Engineer, Chief Stewardess, and Chef. Additionally, a large lounge area with ample windows allows the crew to unwind and relax during their well-deserved downtime.

Helicopter Pad

Located on the foredeck, our yacht features a state-of-the-art Touch-and-Go Helicopter pad. Below the foredeck, you’ll find the Anchor Handling Deck, which houses all the necessary gear for anchor handling. To ensure ease of anchor deployment and retrieval, we have installed port and starboard Anchor Viewing Platforms. This area also provides convenient storage for two personal watercraft, adding an extra element of adventure to your yachting experience.

Experience the epitome of luxury and innovation with the Burger 180′ Motor Yacht. Powered by twin Caterpillar 3512C IMO Tier II engines, this magnificent yacht offers an impressive range of 4,000 nautical miles, without the need for costly and space-consuming SCR’s required for Tier III engines. She’s designed to provide unparalleled entertainment, technological advancements, reliability, and the ability to cruise worldwide, setting new standards in the yachting industry.

The electrical generation system of the Burger 180′ Motor Yacht has been carefully crafted to ensure a steady power supply in all situations, guaranteeing a seamless and uninterrupted onboard experience. Additionally, the 180 with have installed the Naiad Dynamics Four Fin, Zero Speed Stabilization System, which ensures unmatched comfort at sea, even when the yacht is stationary. For those seeking an even higher level of comfort, the Naiad’s Total Ride Control® system is available as an option. This advanced system features integral Trim Tabs and a hydraulically actuated bow-positioned T-Foil, working in harmony to significantly reduce vessel pitch while at sea, providing a smooth and pleasant journey for everyone on board.

Step aboard the Burger 180′ Motor Yacht and embark on an unforgettable yachting experience. Here, luxury, innovation, and adventure converge to create an unparalleled voyage. Join us and become a part of the timeless legacy of Burger Boat Company’s 160-year tradition of excellence.

The Impression Burger Boat Company Left on Me

To recap my trip, everyone I met at Burger displayed pride in what they did. From the welders and wood craftsman to the management team, they were all proud to be part of the Burger team. I was reminded of the great impact of the evident transfer of wealth that yacht ownership creates. I saw firsthand the great impact that Burger Boat Company has had on the small community of Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Beyond that, they have had a tremendous impact on the yachting industry at large, as a steadfast and innovative producer who has stood the test of time. I look forward to what they have yet to come!

Thanks for reading! Kind regards, Andrew 

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A guide to burger boat company: 10 things to know, a guide to burger boat company: 10 things to know, 1. a rich heritage.

Burger Boat Company, established in 1863 in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, is renowned for its prestigious yacht building tradition. With over 150 years of experience, Burger has earned a reputation for crafting exceptional custom luxury yachts that seamlessly merge elegance, functionality, and innovation. The company’s rich heritage and commitment to craftsmanship have made it a preferred choice for discerning yacht owners around the world.

2. Unparalleled Craftsmanship

Burger Boat Company is synonymous with unparalleled craftsmanship. Each yacht is meticulously fashioned by a team of expert designers, engineers, and craftsmen who pay meticulous attention to every detail. From the selection of high-quality materials to the precision in the construction process, Burger ensures the end result is a masterpiece that exceeds expectations.

3. Customization at its Finest

One of the defining characteristics of Burger yachts is the ability to be fully customized. Burger believes that each yacht should be a reflection of its owner’s taste, preferences, and lifestyle. The company works closely with clients to understand their unique vision and offers a wide range of customization options, from interior layouts and finishes to technology integration and entertainment amenities. This level of customization allows clients to create a yacht that perfectly suits their needs.

4. Innovative Technology

Burger is at the forefront of incorporating cutting-edge technology into its yachts. The company collaborates with renowned suppliers to integrate the latest navigation, communication, and entertainment systems seamlessly. From state-of-the-art stabilization systems to eco-friendly propulsion systems, every Burger yacht boasts innovative technology that enhances safety, efficiency, and overall onboard experience.

5. Diverse Range of Yachts

Burger Boat Company offers a diverse range of yacht designs, each catering to different preferences and requirements. Whether you are seeking a classic motor yacht, an expedition-style yacht for long-range cruising, or a sleek and contemporary superyacht, Burger has a solution to suit your desires. The company’s portfolio includes models such as the Burger Custom Series, Burger Expedition Series, and Burger Yacht Collections, with each series offering unique features and design elements.

6. Impeccable Safety Features

Ensuring the safety and well-being of yacht occupants is a top priority for Burger Boat Company. Every yacht is equipped with advanced safety features and systems, including cutting-edge fire detection and suppression systems, state-of-the-art navigation and radar equipment, and robust security measures. With Burger’s commitment to safety, owners can enjoy their yacht without any concerns.

7. Lifelong Support and Maintenance

Burger’s relationship with its clients extends far beyond the initial yacht construction. The company provides lifelong support and maintenance, making sure that owners receive exceptional service even after the delivery of their yacht. Burger’s dedicated service team is readily available to handle any inquiries, provide maintenance advice, and offer timely solutions to keep your yacht in optimal condition.

8. Commitment to Sustainability

As the yacht industry embraces sustainability, Burger Boat Company is at the forefront of developing eco-friendly solutions. The company actively works to reduce its environmental impact by employing efficient propulsion systems, utilizing responsibly sourced materials, and integrating energy-efficient technologies. By choosing a Burger yacht, owners can enjoy luxurious cruising while respecting the planet.

9. Exceptional Legacy

Burger’s legacy is one of timeless elegance and exceptional yachts that continue to astound enthusiasts worldwide. The company’s commitment to quality, craftsmanship, and innovation has garnered it a remarkable reputation among yacht owners and industry professionals. Owning a Burger yacht not only provides an unmatched cruising experience but also grants access to a community that appreciates the finest yachts ever built.

10. Onward to the Future

Burger Boat Company continues to push the boundaries of yacht building, combining the traditions of the past with the advancements of the future. By consistently striving for excellence and investing in cutting-edge technology, Burger remains at the forefront of the industry. With each new yacht, the company looks forward to meeting the unique demands and aspirations of its clients while upholding its time-honored reputation for craftsmanship.

Useful Links:

– Burger Boat Company Website – Burger Boat Company Yacht Collection – Contact Burger Boat Company

In conclusion, Burger Boat Company stands as a beacon of excellence in the world of yacht building. With over a century and a half of experience, the company has perfected the art of crafting luxurious, custom yachts that embody elegance, functionality, and innovation. From their rich heritage and unwavering commitment to craftsmanship to their cutting-edge technology and dedication to sustainability, every aspect of a Burger yacht exudes perfection. Whether you are seeking a classic, contemporary, or expedition-style yacht, Burger offers a diverse range of designs to cater to your desires. By choosing a Burger yacht, you not only own a masterpiece of craftsmanship but also gain lifelong support and access to an exclusive community of yacht enthusiasts. Embark on a journey of luxury and refinement with Burger Boat Company.

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  • Yacht Details: 80' Burger 1988
  • Location: Holland, MI
  • Engines: Detroit Diesel
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  • Maximum Speed: 23 kn
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Burger Boat history

Burger boat company history timeline.

Since 1863, Burger Boat Company has constructed and delivered yachts to meet the highest expectations of discerning clients.

In 1863 — amid the American Civil War — Henry moved 80 miles north of Milwaukee to Manitowoc, Wisconsin; a small community on the western shore of Lake Michigan.

Between 1870 and the turn of the century, the Burger brand name appeared on almost 100 new vessels, including steamers, tugs, scows, schooners, and barges.

In 1886, Henry took his nephew, George B. Burger, into partnership forming the Burger and Burger Shipyard.

In 1887, envisioning the decline of new wooden sailing ships; they purchased the only dry dock in Manitowoc to begin a ship repair business.

LIZZIE METZNER – 80' Schooner, 1888

In 1889, Burger launched CORA A, the last full-rigged schooner built on the Great Lakes.

In 1890, Burger built and launched the 201' ferry INDIANA for the Goodrich Transportation Company, the largest and by far most successful passenger steamship company on the Great Lakes.

Ten years earlier, in 1892, nephew Henry B. Burger Jr. formed a company in his own name — Henry B. Burger Shipyard — just across the river from his uncle.

Burger’s first motor launch was the 85' cruiser, VERNON JR., built for Vernon Siever of Chicago, Illinois, in 1901.

In 1902, after almost 40 years in business, Henry B. & George B. Burger sold their shipyard to the Manitowoc Dry Dock Company, which would later become the Manitowoc Company; the world’s largest builder of cranes and commercial ice makers.

When Henry died in 1914, his wife and four children, Henry C., George M., Walter, and Caroline assumed ownership and management of the shipyard.

In 1915, they incorporated as Burger Boat Company.

In 1938, Burger built the country’s first all-welded steel auxiliary ketch, the 81' TAMARIS.

Burger started another trend that gained immediate popularity when, in 1940, it launched the first flush deck cruiser, the 65' PILGRIM. PILGRIM has been fully restored and, to this day, can still be seen cruising the waters of the Great Lakes and the eastern seaboard.

After the war, Burger devoted its efforts to producing pleasure yachts, building luxury cruisers and auxiliaries, and later introducing a line of custom and semi-custom yachts in 1949.

Because of Burger’s reputation for innovation and fine yacht building, the Reynolds family of Reynolds Metals Company approached Burger in 1952 to work with an experimental new material, aluminum.

The collaboration produced America’s first all-welded aluminum vessel, the 36' cruiser VIRGINIA, in 1956.

In 1957, the first all-welded aluminum, shoal draft, centerboard yawl, the 58' DYNA, was built for Mr.

In 1959, the company was reorganized.

In 1977, Burger built what was to be the largest aluminum yacht ever built in the United StatesA. at that time, the 125’ ARARA for the Illinois Tool Works.

However, in October 1986, due to declining health, Henry E. Burger sold the company to John McMillian, a then-current customer building an 86' yacht.

In April 1989, McMillian sold Burger to United Shipbuilders of America, a newly created subsidiary of Tacoma Boat Building Company.

Fortunately, on Friday, February 5, 1993, 26 months after the closure, the Burger brand was reborn when businessmen David Ross and Jim Ruffolo purchased the assets of Burger Boat Company and reopened the shipyard.

In 2006, a new 500 metric ton capacity MARINE TRAVELIFT® and launching well were erected, making the historic Burger shipyard into a world-renowned showpiece.

Displayed at the 2006 Monaco Yacht Show, MIRGAB V was recognized on the world stage as a showpiece of Burger craftsmanship and design.

With such tremendous growth and expansion, Burger University was initiated in 2006 to provide new and ongoing training in all trades and departments.

On August 16, 2007, Burger Boat Company announced the retirement of David Ross, then co-president with James (Jim) M. Ruffolo, who undertook the full responsibility of president.

In 2007, another first for Burger was achieved; the launching of the first set of identical twins, Hull 505 and 506, for a client who wanted a vessel on each side of the Atlantic.

In 2008, Burger launched two yachts: INGOT, a 153' (47m) Tri-Deck, and TÒ-KALÒN, a 101' (31m) Enclosed Bridge Motor Yacht.

In 2009, Burger launched SYCARA IV; a 151' (46m) Fantail Motor Yacht.

The 142’ (42.7m) Motor Yacht SEA OWL and the 140’ (42m) LADY GAYLE MARIE were launched in 2010.

In late 2017, Burger delivered NORTHLAND, a 103'-6" (31.5m) steel and aluminum explorer yacht designed by Luiz de Basto of Miami, Florida.

In 2018, Burger delivered another new and innovative project, BLUE BOAT HOME, to her excited Wisconsin owner.

Burger’s second 48 Cruiser, BLUE, which features a De Basto Designs interior, was delivered to her new home in August 2019.

A Burger 50 Cruiser is currently under construction with completion scheduled for the spring of 2021.

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Name Customer Type Delivered Notes
9883 Fleet Wing schooner 350 136 1867 wrecked 1888
23765 S. A. Wood schooner 314 150 1868 sank 1907
125217 City of Manitowoc schooner 311 1872 sold foreign 1879
Blazing Star Michael Cummings schooner 279 137 1873
George Murray schooner 1873
Thistle Peter Johnston schooner 1873 later Jan Maria (Netherlands), Mercur
80484 William Richards tugboat 19 44 1873
95257 Henry C. Richards schooner 700 189 1873 foundered 1895
125214 C. C. Barnes Milwaukee-Western Fuel schooner 554 172 1873 Transport 1914, scrapped 1919
6849 Depere steamer 736 165 1873 State of Michigan 1893, foundered 1901
75720 J. I. Case schooner 828 208 1874 scuttled near Quebec City 1933
125338 Chicago Goodrich Transit steamer 746 205 1874 scrapped 1921
140056 Lydia schooner 84 80 1874 abandoned 1907
75721 Jos. Duvall schooner 131 103 1874 collision and sank 1905
140097 Lucia A. Simpson schooner 227 127 1875 burned 1935
75766 John V. Jones schooner 201 125 1875
H. B. Burger schooner 1875
120256 Frank Canfield tugboat 48 62 1875 wrecked 1904
140185 Lottie Cooper schooner 265 134 1876 wrecked 1894
100210 Irma L. Wheeler tugboat 52 66 1877 scrapped 1914
Minnie tugboat 1877
100244 Isaac Stephenson barge 461 163 1879 scrapped 1932
100270 Imperial steamer 68 89 1879
95590 Henry Witbeck barge 498 167 1880 abandoned 1937
150193 Penobscot schooner 257 134 1880 burned 1925
115722 S. M. Stephenson William Burns barge 512 166 1880 scrapped 1935
125873 City of Ludington Goodrich Transit steamer 842 180 1880 Georgia 1898, hulked 1928, scuttled 1932
F. M. Knapp tugboat 1881
105978 A. A. Carpenter schooner 540 165 1881 barge 1917, deleted 1932
155029 Olga William Johnson schooner 293 137 1881 sold 1900
105999 Alice Ole Hansen schooner 307 137 1881 abandoned 1930
145284 Thomas H. Smith steamer 281 130 1881 collision and sank 1893
106040 Arctic Goodrich Transit tugboat 52 64 1881 abandoned 1929
Valasta tugboat 1881
85712 George Pankratz tugboat 64 72 1882 No info
126112 C. M. Charnley tugboat 83 78 1882 burned 1922
3193 Burt Barnes Milwaukee-Western Fuel schooner 134 95 1882 foundered 1926
80894 W. O. Goodman William Johnson schooner 324 144 1882 abandoned 1917
76400 J. C. Perrett tugboat 537 160 1882 J. C. Ames 1896, scrapped 1923
110672 R. A. Seymour Jr. steamer 131 110 1882 abandoned 1924
157096 Duncan City tugboat 77 77 1883 abandoned 1926
Government Dredge No. 2 schooner 1883
85830 G. J. Boyce Winand Schlosser schooner 303 137 1884 wrecked in Cuba 1921
126267 Charles Williams tugboat 105 88 1884 to USACE 1891 as General Williams, Colonel J. L. Lusk 1907, deleted 1921
91857 Marinette tugboat 61 71 1885 John B. Breymann 1905, burned 1926
110681 Richard R. Endress tugboat 31 60 1885 Commodore 1901, abandoned 1958
110693 Rand Stronach Lumber steamer 191 119 1886 Sowards 1909, scrapped 1929
135954 Edwin S. Tice Winand Schlosser steamer 728 160 1887 Mueller 1901, stripped and scuttled 1935
106488 A. D. Hayward Peter D. Campbell steamer 304 138 1887 crushed by ice 1911
140950 Lizzie Metzner schooner 77 81 1888 wrecked 1916
150425 Petoskey Seymour Transportation steamer 770 171 1888 burned 1936
120718 Fannie C. Hart Green Bay Transportation steamer 476 143 1888 Rowe 1911, Marina 1942, scrapped 1963
92006 Mark B. Covell Marinette Transportation steamer 261 131 1888 Pere Marquette 6 1906, burned 1936
126551 City of Racine Goodrich Transit steamer 1,041 203 1889 Arizona 1909, hulked 1932, scrapped 1937
126566 Cora A Chicago Transportation schooner 381 149 1889 foundered 1916
100446 Isabella J. Boyce Interlake Sand & Gravel steamer 368 138 1889 burned and lost 1917
126614 City of Marquette L. L. Hill steamer 341 114 1890 barge 1930, abandoned 1932
100471 Indiana Goodrich Transit steamer 1,178 201 1890 hulked 1930, scrapped 1937
136131 Eugene C. Hart Norlond Line steamer 407 126 1890 Norlond 1919, foundered 1922
96036 Harrison Ludington tugboat 47 62 1890 Industry 1899, Harrison Ludington 1925, Lou-Ella 1926, abandoned 1936
116377 Sidney O. Neff Marinette Transportation steamer 347 150 1890 M.C. No. 2 1919, Sidney O. Neff 1923, sank 1940
86142 George Cooper tugboat 53 68 1891 John J. Freitas 1917, Victory 1918, abandoned 1930
136252 Edward Buckley Peninsula Tug & Towing steamer 415 154 1891 destroyed by fire 1929
100509 Ivy M. Leathem tugboat 51 81 1891 Violet H. Raber 1894, abandoned 1914
106962 Annabelle John Coffey tugboat 47 65 1892 abandoned 1937
106925 Allie E. Shipman A. E. Shipman steamer 31 61 1892 abandoned 1916
92416 Myrtle Camp schooner 48 68 1892 No info after 1911
Fearless tugboat 1892
111038 Ralph M. Cooper tugboat 27 59 1893 abandoned 1922
77076 Julia C. Hammel E Hammel Sr. tugboat 28 55 1893 abandoned 1918
141298 Lotus Escanaba Transportation steamer 219 110 1893 Tug 1919, abandoned 1933
116679 Sydney T. Smith tugboat 71 85 1895 Edwin Denby 1923, scrapped 1938
Iowa Goodrich Transit steamer 1,167 202 1896 foundered 1915
Georgia steamer 1897
Sedonie tugboat 1897
127228 C. W. Endress tugboat 73 86 1898 Jean Mack 1918, burned 1927
Bradwell tugboat 1897
107427 Alphard Peter Schroeder tugboat 32 55 1898 abandoned 1927
111257 Robert E. Burke tugboat 73 84 1899 South Shore 1908, wrecked 1909
145820 Two Myrtles John Johnson steamer 96 80 1899 Clover 1913, Two Myrtles 1936, abandoned 1946
237558 Freddie George A Heitl tugboat 35 1901 abandoned 1945
Vernon Jr Vernon Siever yacht 33 69 1901 abandoned 1940
86563 Gifford M. H. Quick tugboat 63 69 1901 abandoned 1941
Alice C John Coffey fish tugboat 81 63 1901 deleted 1933
27687 York steamer 37 75 1902 D. P. Perry 1910, abandoned 1942
248540 Gorilla tugboat 34 1902
Mariposa tugboat 92 62 1902 Bon Ami 1908, Islet Prince 1925, burned 1938
200140 Burger John Coffey fish tugboat 47 69 1903 abandoned 1949
208543 Morning Star fish tugboat 37 1904 deleted 1925
202695 Crystal Edward G Tews Jr. fish tugboat 21 42 1905 later F. J. Meyer Sr., deleted 1925
234200 Patricia fish tugboat 37 1905 deleted 1945
210699 Cataract fish tugboat 9 32 1906
Swastika F H Noble yacht 42 1907 later Lady Isabel, at Wisconsin Mar. Museum
206410 Clara S Fred Wilke fish tugboat 30 48 1909 later a passenger vessel, abandoned 1945
206895 Liberty Edward G Tews Jr. fish tugboat 30 47 1909 Tug 1919, abandoned 1946
207559 Petrel Louis Rodal fish tugboat 7 32 1909 abandoned 1947
209275 Una Fred Paetschow fish tugboat 7 34 1909 scrapped 1947
Mary M steamer 44 66 1909 wrecked 1918
207890 H. B. Burger Jr. Central Dredging tugboat 14 46 1910 deleted 1972
209309 Archie Tegtmeyer Frank Paczocha fish tugboat 40 54 1911 scrapped 1946
211059 Gloriana Emil G Endress fish tugboat 62 1913
211421 Search Patrick M Chambers fish tugboat 58 70 1913 burned 1944
211720 Reliance William Anderson fish tugboat 13 37 1913 foundered 1943
211830 Goldie W Daniel F Coffey Jr. fish tugboat 50 58 1913
Cresada L. W. Merrifield cruiser 50 1913 built in Ottawa IL, not registered
212720 Indian fish tugboat 44 1914 foundered 1940
Ranger R. B. Brown yacht 48 67 1914 deleted in the 1970s
213020 America steamer 40 56 1915 sank at dock 1952 and broken up
Lincoln USACE passenger 14 45 1915
213336 Nellie H John M Hanrath fish tugboat 17 36 1915 Tee-Zee-Lee 1930, Steve-O-Reno 1961, burned 1964
213738 Karlsruhe Arthur J Luebke fish tugboat 21 43 1915 deleted 1948
213042 R E Helen Albert Goodman fish tugboat 21 34 1916 scrapped 1968
216325 William Jr. William H. Muntinga fish tugboat 20 47 1916
217362 J-T Bossler John T Bossler fish tugboat 28 47 1916 deleted 1940
214690 Fearless No 2 Sonneman Fish Co fish tugboat 68 1917 scrapped 1948
215058 H Van Ells H, E & J Van Ells fish tugboat 1917 scrapped 1936
215267 Red Crown Standard Oil tugboat 10 39 1917 R. W. Dutch 1931, abandoned 1965
Frederick H. Steimle fish tugboat 46 54 1917 abandoned 1938
Sunbeam Roy Smith & others fish tugboat 71 1917
PC-330 US Navy subchaser 77 105 1918 SC-330, sold 1946
218906 Retriever USSB tugboat 176 95 1919 later M Moran, Alice M Moran, scrapped 1953
218907 Terrier USSB tugboat 176 95 1919 later Agnes A. Moran, William C. Moore, scrapped 1955
219102 Setter USSB tugboat 176 95 1919 later Dalzellido, Capt. A. F. Bennett, scrapped 1956
219595 Pointer USSB tugboat 176 95 1919 later Britannia, John L. Sullivan, scrapped 1954
219128 Spaniel USSB tugboat 176 95 1919 later Grove E Warner, John A. Meseck, William F Meseck, scrapped 1954
219596 Beagle USSB tugboat 176 95 1920 later Margaret L. Meseck, Howard Moran, scrapped 1960
219836 Albert C Kalmbach Albert C Kalmbach fish tugboat 21 45 1919
221565 A. W. Fred Wilke fish tugboat 15 38 1920 deleted 1945
222237 White Swan William Williamson steamer 99 81 1922 wrecked 1956
222506 John Jr. John & William Benson fish tugboat 44 56 1922 deleted 1946
222779 Natco National Fireproofing Co tugboat 14 42 1923 later Zoo Board, abandoned 1958
222872 A. H. Pitz McMullen & Pitz tugboat 52 75 1923 abandoned 1950
225305 Grace William Braeger fish tugboat 41 53 1925 abandoned 1969
225316 Badger Arthus Luebke fish tugboat 35 55 1925 burned 1957
226023 Evelyn C Smith Smith Bros. Fisheries fish tugboat 33 45 1926 Stella 1944, deleted in the 1980s
226201 Doughboy Norman V Allie fish tugboat 30 48 1926
226206 Bon Jour Everett LaFond fish tugboat 34 46 1926 abandoned 1959
226215 Amity Rawley Fish Co fish tugboat 42 55 1925
225728 Roberta Robert S. Cooper schooner 21 54 1926 later Black Hawk, Mouette, Sepio, Dotty, Wanderlust
Gesine Louis Schutte schooner 50 1926
226407 Mallard Frank Lonzo Sons fish tugboat 29 45 1927 later tug, then yacht, deleted
226957 Fawn Knipfer Bros. fish tugboat 28 48 1927 abandoned 1965
227083 Ernest E. Beauvais Gillen Towing tugboat 17 41 1927 scrapped 1962
Moby Dick C. W. Hamilton ketch 54 1927 later Shadrach, Nomot
228126 Anabel II Coffey Fishing Co fish tugboat 62 59 1928 burned 193x
228128 Dawn Leslie J Cornell fish tugboat 20 44 1928 abandoned ashore 1968
227376 G. H. Heller Hugo W Heller fish tugboat 47 57 1928 later Resolute, scrapped 1964
228185 My Sweetheart Henry W Smith fish tugboat 30 50 1928 abandoned 1965
228485 Lois Anne P. W. Miller yacht 51 61 1929 Se-Ward 1937, Furlough 1940, Sunny Skies 1946, scrapped 1963
228549 Grace H. John M Hanrath fish tugboat 40 57 1929
228878 Tannis David A. Bennett yacht 168 108 1929 to USN 1942 as YP-247, sold 1945, scrapped 1955
229077 Carolyn Gus Mollhagen fish tugboat 22 42 1929
229212 Lark John Schilbauer fish tugboat 10 34 1929
Gloria Hanson Bros Fishery fish tugboat 1929
230100 Sinclair Sinclair Refining steamer 33 50 1930 B 1970, burned 1977
230377 Butch LaFond Everett LaFond fish tugboat 24 39 1930 later Butchie B
North Shore W. J. Lawrie steamer 66 61 1930 foundered 1930
230998 North Shore W. J. Lawrie steamer 66 61 1931 replacement, tug 1957, deleted 198?
231262 Hope Smith Bros. fish tugboat 29 45 1931
231926 Neptune Emil Nelson fish tugboat 23 42 1932
231940 A. Jeffery Albert R. Jeffery fish tugboat 29 42 1932 deleted 1981
232404 Theo J. Blong Port Fish Co fish tugboat 20 38 1933
233017 Francis M. Connell Fitzsimon & Connell tugboat 15 41 1934 Titan 1960, Doctor Grady 1971, Titan 1975
233027 Fred Weimer Fred Weimer Fisheries fish tugboat 29 45 1934 sank 1959
233269 P. G. Connell Jr. Fitzsimon & Connell tugboat 15 41 1934
233457 Margaret Matthews Edward B Matthews fish tugboat 36 45 1934 Irene 1974, Jay-Jay-Cee 19??
233943 Naomikong Wallace E Hill fish tugboat 27 42 1935
234580 Smith Bros. Smith Bros. fish tugboat 43 49 1936 later Agnes H
235620 Henrietta Margaret George Van Hall fish tugboat 29 40 1936 later Lester H Smith
235647 Mercury John Kahlenburg fish tugboat 29 40 1936
235733 La Belle Thomas W Brown fish tugboat 39 47 1936 preserved ashore
235854 Bossler Brothers John Bossler Sons fish tugboat 40 47 1937 No info after 1954
236235 Gilmore Missouri Illinois Mtls towboat 43 64 1937 scrapped 1977
236718 Meyer Bros. Charles Meyer fish tugboat 40 47 1937 later Clifford J
236778 J. B. Nelson Leonard A Nelson fish tugboat 22 38 1937
236906 LeClair Brothers H & E LeClair fish tugboat 42 47 1937 later Linda E, rammed and sunk 1998
236912 Albert J. Ludlow White fish tugboat 42 47 1937 later Barney Devine
237905 Apostle Islands Booth Fisheries fish tugboat 63 55 1937 later Hiawatha 1959
237018 Hustler Joseph Jacobi fish tugboat 29 40 1938 later Kari A
237788 Tamarisk Ralph T. Friedman yacht 78 75 1938 Curlew II 1946, Gray Fox 1960, Jacandre 1964
238286 Angus yacht 28 48 1939 in the Manitowoc Marine Museum
238667 Locke Tarlton Missouri Illinois Mtls towboat 127 93 1939 Zephyr 1944, Alton Zephyr 1949, Hawk 1973, wrecked 1987
594895 Kamaaina Whitman Trust yacht 9 33 1939
1226236 Brenna K Scobbo Contractors tugboat 32 45 1939 later Phyllis K
240209 Wolverine II Smith Bros. fish tugboat 26 39 1940
Mystic Isle Erie Isles Ferry Co passenger 431 103 1940 Fishing vessel 1979, reefed 1986
USACE tender 28 1940
USACE towboat 37 58 1940 sold as Lucien S. Johnson 1959, Donald H 1970, Stanmat 1977, Shirley B 19??
240396 Maggie Lynn Floyd Grover fish tugboat 30 41 1941
240794 Pilgrim yacht 50 65 1941
SC-660 US Navy subchaser 245d 136 28 Sep 1942 to the USSR 1945 as BO-311, scrapped 1956
SC-661 US Navy subchaser 245d 136 26 Oct 1942 to the USSR 1945 as BO-303, scrapped 1956
YMS-107 US Navy minesweeper 278d 136 3 Aug 1942 struck 1946
YMS-108 US Navy minesweeper 278d 136 24 Aug 1942 struck 1946
YMS-109 US Navy minesweeper 278d 136 4 Sep 1942 sold as fishing vessel Frances
YMS-110 US Navy minesweeper 278d 136 10 Oct 1942 sold 1949 as fishing vessel Medina
YMS-111 US Navy minesweeper 278d 136 28 Oct 1942 later Misinderan, Western Challenger (Canada)
YMS-112 US Navy minesweeper 278d 136 24 Nov 1942 struck 1946
BYMS-155 US Navy minesweeper 278d 136 11 Feb 1943 to the Neth. 1946 as Vliestroom (MV-37), William R, Stratus, Oesterkus
BYMS-156 US Navy minesweeper 278d 136 13 Mar 1943 to the Neth. 1946 as Texelstroom (MV-39), scrapped 1976
BYMS-157 US Navy minesweeper 278d 136 15 Apr 1943 struck 1947
YMS-158 US Navy minesweeper 278d 136 28 May 1943 struck 1946
YMS-159 US Navy minesweeper 278d 136 17 Jun 1943 sold 1947, barge VT-100, sunk in Bedwell Bay 1956
YMS-160 US Navy minesweeper 278d 136 19 Jul 1943 to Philippines 1945
BYMS-2161 US Navy minesweeper 278d 136 27 Jul 1943 returned & struck 1946
BYMS-2162 US Navy minesweeper 278d 136 28 Aug 1943 returned & struck 1946
PCS-1423 US Navy subchaser 278d 136 16 Nov 1943 later Prescott 1956, sold 1962 as fishing vessel, existence in doubt
PCS-1424 US Navy subchaser 278d 136 13 Dec 1943 sold 1946
PCS-1449 US Navy subchaser 278d 136 8 Jan 1944 fate unknown
PCS-1450 US Navy subchaser 278d 136 3 Feb 1944 to C. & G.S. 1946 as Hodgson, sold 1967
one of abovea 303 1943 later fishing vessel Six Shillings
P-584 US Army rescue boat 85 May 1944
P-585 US Army rescue boat 85 June 1944
P-586 US Army rescue boat 85 July 1944
P-587 US Army rescue boat 85 Aug 1944
P-588 US Army rescue boat 85 Sep 1944
P-589 US Army rescue boat 85 Oct 1944
P-590 US Army rescue boat 85 Nov 1944
P-591 US Army rescue boat 85 Dec 1944
ATR-88 US Navy tugboat 850 165 Aug 1944 sold 1948, presumed scrapped
ATR-89 US Navy tugboat 850 165 Sep 1944 sold 1947 as Hila, derelict Staten Island
ST-905 US Army tugboat 19 42 Mar 1945
583367 ST-906 US Army tugboat 19 42 Apr 1945 sold as f/v Reliable
ST-907 US Army tugboat 19 42 Apr 1945
ST-908 US Army tugboat 19 42 May 1945 to Scripps 1961, Artemia 1973, then Dolphin
287088 ST-909 US Army tugboat 19 42 May 1945 sold 1962 as Tulalip
ST-910 US Army tugboat 19 42 June 1945 sold 2005
ST-911 US Army tugboat 19 42 June 1945 to Oakland Sea Scouts
ST-912 US Army tugboat 19 42 July 1945 to USACE as Ashland 1948, Charles F. Liscomb 1972, Jason 1993, Lydie Rae 2001, Elizabeth 2006
ST-913 US Army tugboat 19 42 July 1945
ST-914 US Army tugboat 19 42 Aug 1945
ST-915 US Army tugboat 19 42 Aug 1945 sold 2003
ST-9aa US Army tugboat 19 42 sold as Seastar, Hunter (Canada ON 812837) 1990, Westcoaster 2003
246795 Richard E Frank Eichler fish tugboat 37 47 1944
246930 J. R. Chambers Murray Chambers fish tugboat 42 49 1944 later Three Suns
247127 Ritter Bros. Ritter Fisheries fish tugboat 30 44 1944 The Surveyor 1994, Jean Elizabeth
247461 Gary William Yauger Jr fish tugboat 19 37 1945
247637 Trio Emil Pagel fish tugboat 16 35 1945
247655 Grover Bros. II H. James Grover fish tugboat 45 52 1945 later Spirit
247892 Joel Herman J Freitag fish tugboat 40 1945 later Debbie D
248516 McDonald Bros. Dennis B McDonald fish tugboat 32 46 1945 later Ava June
248708 Jolene Joseph Felbinger fish tugboat 45 52 1945
248838 Bonnie S. George J Sewers Sr. fish tugboat 42 49 1945 later J. R. Jensen
248938 Edith J Martin Jones Sons fish tugboat 42 49 1945 later Julie Ann
248965 M & R Mueller-Razal Fishery fish tugboat 32 46 1945 later J A Weborg 1978, M & R 19??
248994 Betty Anker Greenfeldt fish tugboat 25 39 1945
249025 Gloria Meyer & Grimm Fish. fish tugboat 27 40 1945
249031 Theresa Nelson J LeClair fish tugboat 23 37 1945 later Trygg
249094 Elsie J Chris Jensen fish tugboat 33 46 1945
285264 Luna Sea Gene Horwood fish tugboat 43 45 1945 later Patriot
592369 Charles F. Liscomb Frederick W. Walstrom tugboat 21 42 1945 later Elizabeth
249275 Jensen Bros. Paul Jensen fish tugboat 31 46 1946 later Southwester
249437 Helen Gene Henry W Smith fish tugboat 45 52 1946 later patrol boat Hack Noyes 1951
249521 Dolores William P. Jensen fish tugboat 21 37 1946
249636 L. P. Hill Eugene L Hill fish tugboat 54 56 1946 Searcher 1974
250632 Faith II Lloyd E. Mollhagen fish tugboat 30 41 1946
250829 Iva May Arthur Tucker fish tugboat 52 1946 later fishery research
250154 Thomas C. Mullen Robert Ludwig fish tugboat 27 46 1946
250357 Vanderberg Bros. Russell Vanderberg fish tugboat 24 41 1946 later Kathy B
250766 Penguin Otto L Kuehn Co fish tugboat 40 50 1946 later Two Boyz
274835 Chief Dells Boat Tours passenger 36 47 1946
278241 Shirley B Benson's Leasing tugboat 37 58 1946
251621 windjammer II Garner H. Tullis yacht 58 66 1947 later Berrendo (Panama)
252852 Maaroufa Henry B. Babson yacht 58 66 1947
252754 Dragon Lady William A. Parker yacht 58 66 1947 later Summer Wind
253546 Bosun Bird Burwell B. Smith yacht 58 66 1947 later Alondra II, Galaxy
254822 Ida S Frank Seger fish tugboat 45 52 1948
255021 Salt Shaker Jessie C. Hinds yacht 49 54 1948
256404 William G. E W Bodin Son fish tugboat 15 39 1948
259751 Razal Bros. Ludwig Razal fishing boat 20 36 1949 rammed and sunk 198x
259749 Bon Homme Richard Richard K. Canty yacht 49 55 1950
Sonic William D. Bezy yacht 26 51 1951
281106 Cindy A. Gregory Ross yacht 37 50 1951
275060 Illini Riverview Boat Line passenger 38 55 1952 later Joliet
275074 Belle Boyd Dells Boat Tours passenger 38 55 1952
MSC-72 Abete (M-5501) US Navy/Italy minesweeper 330d 144 13 Jan 1953 scrapped 1977
MSC-73 Acacia (M-5502) US Navy/Italy minesweeper 330d 144 13 Jan 1953 scrapped 1974
MSO-472 Valor US Navy minesweeper 725d 172 29 Jul 1954 scrapped 1971
MSO-473 Vigor US Navy minesweeper 725d 172 8 Jul 1954 to Spain 1974 as Guadiana (M-44), scrapped 1999
MSO-474 Vital US Navy minesweeper 725d 172 9 Jun 1955 scrapped 1979
MSO-486 Gracioso (M-417) US Navy/Portugal minesweeper 725d 172 15 Jul 1955 scrapped 1973
MSO-487 Corvo (M-418) US Navy/Portugal minesweeper 725d 172 28 Jul 1954 discarded 1973
Virginia Reynolds Metals yacht 36 1956
271058 Pacific Belle Betty M. Becker fishing boat 55 61 1956 later Paka, Heart of Gold, Longhorn
270942 Funchaser yacht 43 51 1956 later Renaissance
270991 Hollywood yacht 43 51 1956
Dyna Clayton Ewing Ycht 58 1957
287011 Snow Goose Susan M Cyriacks yacht 48 57 1957 later Chelsea II
274111 Daystar Michael G. Mayer yacht 23 49 1957 later Aria
275763 Escapade Flamingo Boys Holdings yacht 54 59 1958 later The Bohemian
275663 Harbor Escort Chicago from the Lake passenger 39 51 1957 later Marquette
276278 Cynabar Anton J. Macaitis yacht 49 57 1958 later One Too Many
278505 Camelot Camelot Yachts yacht 94 76 1959
277658 Lazy Girl O.B. of Duluth yacht 85 72 1958 later Diane
279273 Eos Mecca Marine yacht 48 57 1958
511899 Wild Greek yacht 61 65 1958 later Whale Song
907877 Judy III Christopher D. Lueking yacht 50 61 1958 later She's My Lady
276644 Seven Seas Endeavour Yachts yacht 129 85 1958 later The Potomac
280141 Egalite Paul R. Markley yacht 55 61 1959 later Voyager I
280765 Change of Life Maria E. Doest yacht 53 57 1959 later Virginia Loraine
279379 Sea Star yacht 94 78 1959 later Tondeleyo, Sea Star again
Funchaser George T. Barre yacht 43 51 1956 later Renaissance
281042 Melanie Town of Ojus passenger 59 61 1960 ActivePB25
284478 Ceriel CEO Expeditions yacht 119 85 1961 later Katania
284978 Mima V and We Lied Exuma Charters yacht 71 67 1961 later Patriot
286234 Dinjerra Randall L. Peterson yacht 54 60 1961 later Gypsy
286360 Mariah David V. Colbert yacht 54 60 1961
286895 Pink Lady V Cambridge Wire Cloth Co. yacht 54 60 1961 later La Toymaker, Southwind
286947 Golden Trophy Lovesong, Inc. yacht 54 60 1961 later Lovesong
286461 Wildrose III Wright Marine Services yacht 148 87 1961 later Gallant Lady
288086 Fin Scott C. Benjamin yacht 53 54 1962 later Excalibur
288129 Sperry Star II Timothy S. Tippin yacht 54 60 1962 later Osceola
288330 Flying Tiger II Boat Transportation Mgmt. yacht 55 61 1962 later Blue Lady, London Lady
288859 First Lady Roger S. Kolasinski yacht 54 60 1962
290763 Challenge Alessandro de Robertis yacht 30 56 1963
290764 BoJan Robert M. Hewes, 3rd. yacht 53 54 1963
291464 Stronghaven II A' Bientot LLC yacht 54 60 1963 later A' Bientot
yacht 66 59 1963 later Victorian Rose (Canada)
Cyrene yacht 58 68 1964 later Bonaparte (Canada)
294947 Black Gold Jackson Boat Works yacht 54 60 1964 later Lady J
295907 Bobbin' R & R Yachts yacht 64 65 1964 later Sophisticated Lady
297059 Kitty Knight James F. Spuhler yacht 54 60 1964
298915 It Wasn't Me yacht 74 1965
298919 Sea Star Woeck Family yacht 105 78 1965
299240 Cajun Lady Raymond F. Miller yacht 54 60 1965 later Mary Christine
501036 Bohemia James C. Hudson, Jr. yacht 63 73 1965 later Satisfaction
503462 Elizabeth R Safeway Insurance yacht 150 89 1966 later Sovereign
504267 Lakesider II Ebb Marine yacht 54 60 1966 later The Next Port.com
505110 Seeadler Richard Schaden yacht 63 66 1966
504817 Onika Benson Ford yacht 91 73 1966 later Aurore
506584 bow Wave Desert Palace Inc. yacht 54 60 1966 later Bleu Wave
505729 Koala Jay V. Wilcox yacht 97 78 1967
507762 Golden Dolphin GPC Inc. yacht 77 76 1967 later Lady Sea
507795 Tear of the Clouds David M. Zeitz yacht 85 82 1967 later Jeanne Mary
507995 Virginia Belle IV Ka Cee Enterprises yacht 59 64 1967
1148725 Dream Catcher Jamesburg LLC yacht 122 83 1967
508217 Odyssey Thomas J. Smith yacht 59 64 1967
510486 Excalibur John M. Fluke, Jr. yacht 61 81 1967
513396 Taurus John L. Macdonald yacht 78 72 1968 later Independence
513938 Angelique Kenneth L. Chumley yacht 36 71 1968 later Lady Bess, Still Waters, Zerlina
513199 Trysting Place Too Frank B. Falvey yacht 27 64 1968 later Best Team Too, Grace
514662 Medora L Princess LLC yacht 27 64 1968 later Sunshine
516216 Joie de Vivre yacht 27 64 1968 later Timeless, Earth Angel
516848 Chesapeake J. W. Grand yacht 48 54 1968
Goodtimes yacht 83 1969
Surf Song II yacht 70 67 1969
520202 Rachel Ann William E. Dickenson yacht 61 64 1969 later Victoria
521091 Big Dipper Oceanside Ventures yacht 83 80 1969 later Hilarium, Smellin' the Roses
522631 The King and I Les Cheneaux Associates yacht 79 75 1969 later Pied-a-Mer
523240 Sumoria Bushido Enterprises yacht 76 63 1969 later High Seas
528292 Lady Moritz Cherish, Inc. yacht 70 67 1970 later Lesley Ann, Develly, John F Maffitt, Cherish
528568 Garbo PDC Yachting yacht 77 75 1970 later Camelot
529595 Chalice IV Zota Bota Inc. yacht 70 67 1970
526917 Judith N Lawrence F. Bauer yacht 70 67 1970 later Golden Eagle, Miss Daisy
536605 Firefly John N. Calley yacht 94 78 1971 later Lady Elizabeth
532233 Independence Hollis M. Baker yacht 59 64 1971 later Ambrosia
532499 Yankee Spirit Atelier Enterprises yacht 98 80 1971 later Izmo
535697 Marymar Rocky Step Recreation yacht 109 81 1971 later Lord Jim, Lady Faye
534000 Lotus Comet Maritime yacht 88 72 1971 later Phantom, Halcyon, Parabellum
543062 Paulina Midwest Boat Doctor yacht 70 67 1972 later Loonasea
543255 Lovesong Timeless Marine yacht 75 71 1972 later Timeless
Barefoot yacht 75 71 1972
539076 White Eagle White Eagle Enterprises yacht 75 71 1972
542131 It's Incredible Too Marianne Weder yacht 109 81 1972 later Silver Cloud II, Carolyn, Silver Lining
547871 Buckpasser Chanticleer Holding Co. ? yacht 155 93 1973 later Tomboy, Chanticleer
554019 Lad Charles H. Townsend yacht 86 78 1973 later Carry-On, Nobility
555681 Tae-Foy Freeplay, Inc. yacht 88 72 1973 later Freeplay
559254 Southern Star Mayflower Marine yacht 111 91 1974
560624 ex-Delicto Kenneth L. Burson yacht 70 67 1974 later Katerina
556937 Loose Charles L. Schwager yacht 92 75 1974
560168 Donna Fehlhaber Charters yacht 94 75 1974 later Silver Cloud
567198 Peggy B Seafari Enterprises yacht 102 83 1975 later Dancing Bear, Seafari
568131 Pirates Lady Charles D. Slater, Sr. yacht 92 75 1975
563488 Tigress II Ray Stevenson yacht 59 64 1975 later Nightingale, Latitude Adjustment
Jenimee yacht 88 72 1976 later Shelmar
585213 Arara III Illinois Tool Works yacht 192 125 1977 later Mimi
572549 Small World yacht 72 1976
Little Sissie yacht 72 1976 later Summer Girl
581859 Mercator Mamettsac LLC yacht 59 64 1977 later Miss Pat
La Marche Verte yacht 81 1977
586677 Sarita yacht 92 72 1978 later Taylor Made
Katalina yacht 137 108 1978 later Stoneface
687880 Luisamar II yacht 129 81 1978 later El Estribo, Satisfaction, Quayne, Lady Madelyn, Go Fourth
Passage II yacht 67 1979 later Emerald Isle
615589 Beth-A-Belle yacht 92 78 1979 later Absolutli Rutli
598620 Tigertayl yacht 98 75 1978 later Mimi, High Mileage
604929 Henny O yacht 116 86 1979 later Hi-Banx
621230 Gallent Lady yacht 91 83 1980 later Papillon
624040 Eastwind yacht 92 76 1980 later Firefly, Tunnel Vision
624892 Auf Wieder-Sehen VII yacht 81 68 1980 later Taittinger, Miss Fit
Adventurer yacht 68 1980 later Hampton Star
Bravo Papa yacht 112 86 1981 later Galilee
Goldern-Eye yacht 52 1981 later Golden-Eye
Siler Shalis yacht 76 1981 later Jacqueline
1136288 Mayan Queen yacht 96 78 1981 later Majesty, Jayhawk
648339 Voyager yacht 86 1982 later Rig'n Tom, Serendipity
Jack’s Bett yacht 78 1982 later South Wind
663276 Silver Cloud Hugh Pierce yacht 157 90 1983 later Glory
651620 Electra yacht 90 78 1982 later Wolverine
657195 Quanta yacht 96 80 1983 later Keldi
Northlander yacht 79 1983
Eastwind yacht 96 1984 later Oriana
669820 Grand Cru yacht 171 107 1984 later Grand Cru
Beth-A-Belle Edward L. Hennessy yacht 77 89 1984 later Jeanine
Panacea IV yacht 86 1984
698452 Paradox yacht 106 87 1986 later Satisfaction, Sigrun, Kumango, Summertime, Shepsi X
685564 Adventurer Berkshire Charters yacht 121 83 1985
691488 Grindstone Silver Cloud Charters yacht 156 105 1985 later Twilight
901130 Galpo yacht 71 80 1986 later Jetstream III, Grace, G-G
Encore V IWP Corp yacht 119 86 1986
907450 Anna Marie MY Charters LLC yacht 109 83 1986 later Ann-A Marie, Crystal Bay, Braveheart
913315 Scorpio II Assoc. Marine Institutes yacht 104 80 1987 later Sophisticated Lady
913197 Beth-A-Belle Edward L. Hennessy, Jr. yacht 122 89 1987 later Heritage
1033394 Houssam yacht 115 86 1987 later Lady Wander, Blue Star
921829 The King and I David Arenstein yacht 98 80 1987 later Sunni, The King and I, Capricho
930966 Westerly yacht 96 76 1988 later Westerly, Stemac, Victory
922816 Corinne Josef J. Barr yacht 98 80 1988 later Sea Fever
930884 Starsight yacht 96 70 1988 later Margaret, Starsight, Palo Duro, Breck Girl, Tally Ho, Elsa-B
935528 Fantasy V yacht 89 73 1988 later Daja, Gemini
940703 Medora Ireland Yacht Sales yacht 90 72 1988 later Independence, Assignation
Sarah Beth yacht 90 1989 later Captain Jack
952844 laid Back Thomas N. Reagan yacht 117 80 1989
961728 Silver Seas Walcott Partners yacht 137 86 1990 later True Grit, Grenadier
963024 Second Time Around III yacht 94 76 1991 later My Cy, La Perla
1060340 Rina II yacht 110 82 1990 later Limerick
975714 Lady Iris Lady Iris Corp. yacht 212 105 1991
970710 Fantasy VI John E. Holobinko yacht 140 90 1990 later Anne-Marie, Fair Skies
Prime Rate yacht 88 1988
964840 Sea & H Gordon and Mary Henke yacht 79 144 1989 later Elizabeth H
963795 Carrousel Lady yacht 135 85 1990 later Sea-Quel, Satisfaction
1026058 Windrush RFS Yachts yacht 148 91 1994 later Current Issue, Victory
1032597 Forthright yacht 140 71 1995 later Neon Rainbow
1033671 Chateau Thierry JTC Nautical Investments yacht 101 76 1995
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Motivation yacht 111 82 Apr 1996
1137597 Argyll yacht 157 100 Jan 1995 later Ar-De, Sea Bound
1092451 Lady Aquila yacht 163 98 Apr 1997 later Lady Catee
1057989 Evelyn U John F. Uznis yacht 124 85 June 1997 later Roamin Holiday
1066533 Windrush yacht 164 102 Apr 1998 later Passage East., Intermission
1072141 Moderation yacht 206 106 1998 later Ingot
1127647 Lady Grace Marie yacht 199 107 Sep 1998 later Silver Seas
Simaron yacht 175 85 Apr 1999
1087358 LAD yacht 175 103 May 1999 later Ava L
1088501 Seaquester yacht 131 85 1999 later Speedy, Checkmate
1095327 Jubilee yacht 129 83 Apr 1900 later Cherokee
1102020 Fae Lon yacht 253 118 July 1900
1246576 Serenity yacht 183 105 Nov 1900 later The Elizabeth R
Lady Larsa yacht 124 85 May 1901 later Lady Sarah
1118947 Sarahbeth LG Corporation yacht 186 108 Oct 1901
1127172 Lady Grace Marie yacht 277 122 Apr 1902 later Ar-De
1248024 Wimil yacht 135 90 Aug 1902 later GG, Escapist
1133688 Anne Marie Oriental Equities yacht 199 107 Sep 1902
1145565 Sis W yacht 291 127 June 1903 later Bella Una
1234083 Top Times yacht 277 113 Sep 1903
1166860 Best-n-Show yacht 154 93 Nov 1903 later Joy Star (B.V.I.)
1234994 WOW yacht 183 106 Aug 1904
Sycara IV yacht 271 151 July 1909 (Marshall I. ON 70661)
1163955 Lady Pat Lady Pat LLC yacht 143 85 Aug 1904 later Ann B
1172657 Tenacity Tenacity Marine LLC yacht 226 100 June 1905 later Cynthia, Patriot
Ingot hull 503, LLC yacht 499 153 June 1908 (Cayman I. ON 740763)
Areti I Areti I Ltd yacht 499 144 May 1906 later Mirgab V, Maghreb V
Areti I Areti I Ltd yacht 334 127 June 1907 (Cayman I.)
Areti II Areti II Ltd yacht 334 127 June 1907 (Cayman I.)
Sea Owl yacht 473 142 July 1910
1230403 Lady Gayle Marie Benson Football LLC yacht 485 140 Oct 1910
Tò-Kalòn yacht 206 101 June 1908 (Marshall I.)
1282548 Northland Northland Marine yacht 272 90 Nov 1917
1287762 Blue boat yacht 18 49 Apr 1921
1311547 Blue yacht
1231825 COregonus Wisconsin DoNR research 37 60 Aug 1911
1233620 Chicago's Leading Lady Chicago's First Lady cruise boat 92 98 June 1911
1251531 Arcticus U.S. Geo. Survey research 148 77 2014
1252230 Chicago's Classic Lady Chicago's First Lady cruise boat 93 93 2014
1257462 Lucia Wendella Sightseeing cruise boat 80 85 2015
1301252 Nikola Tesla Maid of the Mist cruise boat 96 97 May 1920
1301253 James V Glynn Maid of the Mist cruise boat 96 97 May 1920
1302780 Chicago's Emerald Lady Chicago's First Lady cruise boat 96 92 Aug 1920
Company NameFounded DateRevenueEmployee SizeJob Openings
1959 1,320-
1972 125-
1967 200
1978 300-
1988 600-
1945 50-
- 50-
1989 100-
1977 7508
2003 50-

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I just recently purchased an 81 ft RPH. Always wanted one. I do get tired of reading about how much they are to maintain. I am not a wealthy guy but the good stuff costs money. And to keep something you Love nice takes commitment and cash. I did not buy a used Burger because it was a bargain or because of how much it costs to own. I bought it because it makes my heart skip a beat when I look at this work of art. In my view other boats do not even come close to quality and beauty of these Yachts. It is sad when people buy them and proceed to tell people how bad they are because they really are not committed to owning and maintaining one. These Yachts are not for everyone. I have owned several yachts in my 50 years of yachting and can honestly say my Burger is the most satisfying in looks and peerformance,comfort and reliability of any of my previous choices. I wish I could have bought one 40 years sooner.

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Tom Giddings said: ↑ I just recently purchased an 81 ft RPH. Always wanted one. I do get tired of reading about how much they are to maintain. I am not a wealthy guy but the good stuff costs money. And to keep something you Love nice takes commitment and cash. I did not buy a used Burger because it was a bargain or because of how much it costs to own. I bought it because it makes my heart skip a beat when I look at this work of art. In my view other boats do not even come close to quality and beauty of these Yachts. It is sad when people buy them and proceed to tell people how bad they are because they really are not committed to owning and maintaining one. These Yachts are not for everyone. I have owned several yachts in my 50 years of yachting and can honestly say my Burger is the most satisfying in looks and peerformance,comfort and reliability of any of my previous choices. I wish I could have bought one 40 years sooner. Click to expand...

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When I get back from Vancouver I will give a list of all the Burgers I brought down the Welland canal
Rodger said: ↑ When I get back from Vancouver I will give a list of all the Burgers I brought down the Welland canal Click to expand...
I am trying to find out who the original owner of my Burger Ser# 290C 1972 81ft RPH. I have alot the history but not who ordered it new. Is there anyone out there that might know or where to inquire.

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Tom Giddings said: ↑ I am trying to find out who the original owner of my Burger Ser# 290C 1972 81ft RPH. I have alot the history but not who ordered it new. Is there anyone out there that might know or where to inquire. Click to expand...
SeaEric said: ↑ You could e-mail Burger. They're quite helpful. Or run an abstract of title with the Coast Guard . Click to expand...

rtrafford

rtrafford Senior Member

rtrafford said: ↑ Guessing here, Rocky Step Recreation? Originally Marymar. Not 100% on Hull ID...(former Lord Jim or Lady Faye?) Click to expand...
Ok, try this... Originally "It's Incredible Too" owned by Marianne Weder. Later Silver Cloud III, Carolyn, and Silver Lining?

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Posts in this discussion have been split and moved into a new thread for better indexing in search engines. New thread is titled... 1972 81ft RPH Burger History / Documentation
rtrafford said: ↑ Ok, try this... Originally "It's Incredible Too" owned by Marianne Weder. Later Silver Cloud III, Carolyn, and Silver Lining? Click to expand...
Tom Giddings said: ↑ That’s good. I did not know all that. I’m still hoping for the original owners info. Click to expand...

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Here is what the Burger records show for past names of Hull 290C AQUAGEM ITS INCREDIBLE TOO SILVER CLOUD II LADY CAROLYN SILVER LINING AQUILA JOVIS MISS WENDY
rcleveringa said: ↑ Here is what the Burger records show for past names of Hull 290C AQUAGEM ITS INCREDIBLE TOO SILVER CLOUD II LADY CAROLYN SILVER LINING AQUILA JOVIS MISS WENDY Click to expand...
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June Aulner has been a shift leader for many years at Burger King, and she’s been a steady hand for multiple restaurant locations in the Sioux Falls area.

On Friday, she retired after 48 years on the job with her family and co-workers coming to celebrate her last day on the job.

Aulner has worked at Burger King since 1976 and has had plenty of memories made with her fellow workers and customers through the years.

“It warms my heart when I have somebody coming in or going through our drive-thru and they say I trained them when they were in college or before they moved away and got married,” Aulner said.

Aulner also said she is “done with early mornings” as she looks to spend more time with her grandchildren now that she is retired.

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    Since 1863, Burger Boat Company has worked alongside the most respected designers and architects to construct and deliver the world's most exceptional custom yachts. Custom Yacht Building; Our Fleet. ... History. Founded in the tradition of superior German engineering, Burger has built a legacy of craftsmanship that has stood the tests of time ...

  4. Burger Boat Company: Journey Through History & Craftsmanship

    July 19, 2023By: Megayacht News Staff. From its beginnings crafting Mackinaw fishing vessels and schooners to its modern-day superyachts, Burger Boat Company has a remarkable 160-year history. It's the second-oldest yacht builder in the United States and the fifth-oldest yacht builder worldwide. Prepare to embark on a captivating journey with ...

  5. Burger Boat ~ Shipbuilding History

    Burger Boat Co was incorporated in 1915 and operated for 70 years. Then in 1986 it was sold to John McMillan, who sold it in 1989 to Tacoma Boat, which closed in 1990. The present owners, Shipbuilders of Wisconsin, Inc., d.b.a. Burger Boat Company, bought it in 1993 and have returned to the boatbuilding business, only on a somewhat reduced scale.

  6. Burger Boat Company celebrates 150 years of building yachts

    Henry C, one of three brothers, was president of the company until 1959. Despite two world wars and the Great Depression, it thrived. In 1929, Burger launched its largest yacht yet, the 33-metre Tannis and a 20-knot, 19.8-metre wooden boat. In 1938, it launched America's first welded-steel yacht, the 24.7-metre Philip Rhodes-designed Tamaris.In 1956, it built an 11-metre aluminum sailing ...

  7. Burger Boat Yachts

    History of Burger Boat Yachts. Henry Burger founded Burger Boat Company in 1863 on the shore of Lake Michigan. The shipyard drew its workers from among the European craftsmen who had immigrated to Wisconsin. During the Golden Age of American Yachting, Burger luxury yachts were built for millionaires and Burger's steam-powered commercial ...

  8. Burger Boat Company

    For over 160 years, Burger Boat Company has been renowned for designing and building custom yachts that embrace meaningful innovations, seamlessly integrate state-of-the-art technology and incorporate exquisite craftsmanship that reflects your personal style. Working alongside many of the world's most respected designers and naval architects ...

  9. Burger Boat Company

    Burger Boat Company's clients enjoy a deeply collaborative partnership that turns any idea, concept or design, into a stunning reality.. It's a legacy that gives Burger clients the confidence needed to build their dream yacht. Burger Boat Company was founded in 1863 and is one of the oldest and most respected custom yacht builders in America. It has built a tradition of trust, steeped in ...

  10. BURGER YACHTS

    About Burger Yachts. BURGER YACHTS is a full-service yacht builder in Manitowoc, Wisconsin with a rich history of building custom yachts of top quality. Burger collaborates with the world's best designers and naval architects to produce aluminum and steel yachts up to 260′ (80m) in length. The community of Manitowoc is filled with ...

  11. Burger Boat Company

    In 1863, German immigrant Henry Burger moved to Manitowoc, Wisconsin; a small community on the western shore of Lake Michigan, where he founded the H. Burger Shipyard. Burger's expertise and penchant for building extremely high-quality vessels quickly became known throughout the Great Lakes, and Burger Boat Company become the foundation of the American yachting experience.Burger remains the ...

  12. Burger Yachts: Tradition and Timeless Elegance in Yacht Building

    Burger Yachts is a company with a long history of building high-quality yachts that cater to the needs of discerning clients. Founded in 1863, the company has been constructing custom yachts that reflect the style and preferences of their owners for over a century.

  13. Burger Boat Company, Since 1863

    A Visit to Burger and the All-New Burger 180′ Motor Yacht A Visit to Burger Boat Company . In April I had the great pleasure of boarding a plane at FLL headed for Burger Boat Company in Wisconsin. As the oldest U.S. custom shipyard, Burger has a rich history of building incredible custom yachts with a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and a team of expert skilled craftsmen, designers ...

  14. A Guide To Burger Boat Company: 10 Things To Know

    10. Onward to the Future. Burger Boat Company continues to push the boundaries of yacht building, combining the traditions of the past with the advancements of the future. By consistently striving for excellence and investing in cutting-edge technology, Burger remains at the forefront of the industry. With each new yacht, the company looks ...

  15. Our Fleet

    Burger Boat Company has a long tradition of delivering an extensive variety of yachts to meet the highest expectations of discerning clients. Working alongside many of the world's most respected designers and naval architects, Burger's team of skilled professionals have designed, built and delivered an impressive fleet of custom yachts that integrate state-of-the-art technology in ...

  16. Burger boats for sale

    Burger. Burger is a yacht builder that currently has 27 yachts for sale on YachtWorld, including 3 new vessels and 24 used yachts, listed by experienced boat and yacht brokers mainly in the following countries: United States, Italy, Greece and New Zealand. YachtWorld offers a diverse array of models, showcasing a comprehensive span of sizes and ...

  17. The Burger 180 Is the Largest To Ever Be Built by the ...

    Even rarer is the fact that said vessel is from an American yacht builder. This is the Burger 180's story. Let's face it: the United States isn't necessarily known for its luxury naval ...

  18. 80 Burger Yachts A Luck 1988 Holland

    Built in Wisconsin by Burger Boat Company She is a fine example of a highly customized 80 foot aluminum raised pilothouse cruiser.The interior of YACHTS A LUCK is matched teak with a custom stain finish. ... YACHTS A LUCK is truly a very distinguished BURGER YACHT with a rich history that any true Yachtsman will appreciate. Currently berthed ...

  19. Burger 142' Atrium

    The Burger 142 Atrium Motor Yacht is the culmination of Burger's history of dedication, innovation, and unwavering commitment to craft, blending timeless elegance with modern features. Evan Marshall and his team bring their expertise to this collaboration, ensuring that every detail of the vessel exudes opulence and sophistication, all while ...

  20. #ThrowbackThursday: Chanticleer, by Burger Boat Company

    The couple who acquired the yacht did so due to her history both as a famous yacht and as a Hargrave-designed Burger. They also had Chanticleer undergo a major restoration, to bring her to modern standards design-wise and systems-wise. (One thing they didn't change: the original engines. ... Burger Boat Company and Vripack Collaborate on ...

  21. Burger Boat History: Founding, Timeline, and Milestones

    1863. Since 1863, Burger Boat Company has constructed and delivered yachts to meet the highest expectations of discerning clients. In 1863 — amid the American Civil War — Henry moved 80 miles north of Milwaukee to Manitowoc, Wisconsin; a small community on the western shore of Lake Michigan. 1870.

  22. 1972 81ft RPH Burger History / Documentation

    Welcome to Yacht Forums Another member just purchase a Burger a fat month ago. You will find lots of fans here. Please open a new post and show off your Burger and projects. Please keep your pictures below 800 Pixels wide and send lots. There are members all over the world, some on limited band with, smaller pictures help.

  23. Custom Yachts

    Built for a repeat Burger customer, this is the second of four Burger yachts built for this owner. This raised-pilothouse motor yacht was built with cruising plans for the Bahamas, Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean and Europe. Far East influences were used throughout the interior, including shoji panels, tumbled limestone tile and etched glass.

  24. Burger King employee 'done with early mornings' as she retires after 48

    SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KSFY/Gray News) - A South Dakota woman is calling it a career after nearly five decades of working in the fast-food industry. June Aulner has been a shift leader for many years ...

  25. Yard News Archive

    Summer 1972. Winter 1972/1973. Summer 1973. Winter 1973/1974. Summer 1974. Fall 1996. More Editions of Yard News Archive Coming Soon! Spring 2021.