Length Overall: 116’ 01” (35.4m) LWL: 103’02” Beam: 24’ 04” (7.5m) Draft: 6’ (1.9m) Year Completed: 2005 Burger Hull Number: 502C Displacement: 359,520 lbs Full Load Builder: Burger Boat Co., Wisconsin, USA Naval Architect: Don O’Keeffe Hull Construction: Aluminum #5086 marine grade, continuous welded plating Hull Paint: Awlgrip Matterhorn White Main Engines: Caterpillar C32, 1650 bhp @ 2,350 rpms Transmissions: ZF Marine BW 2555A 2.96:1 Propulsion: Propellers, 5 blade Michigan Wheel 46X43 Speed, Maximum: 21 knots @ 2360 rpm Cruising: 18 knots @ 2130 rpm 15 knots @ 2000 rpm 50 USG/hr Most economical: 12 knots @ 1600 rpm 10.83 knots @ 1200 rpm Range (approx): 2,500 nautical miles @ 15 knots Tankage (approx): Fuel: 10,000 US Gallons Water: 1,400 US Gallons Accommodations: Berths eight in four ensuite staterooms plus six crew in three cabins forward. Location: Ft. Lauderdale, FL Price: $ 12,350,000 OVERVIEW: TENACITY was built to achieve complete independence while at sea, in complete safety, and in total comfort. Offering four double staterooms for owner and guests amidship on the lower level, there are also generous crew quarters forward with three private cabins and two heads. The Mediterranean styled interior features Makoré (African cherry) and Madrone burl joinery with arched accents, beamed and coffered ceilings, and green-toned marble and granite details. The yacht’s systems are adaptable to European as well as to American standards with shore power management, waste treatment, heating and cooling, as well as worldwide communications systems. STATEROOM LAYOUT The owner’s accommodations are accessed from the main salon. A Makoré paneled stairway, in a gently curving radius, descends to the lower foyer for access to all four staterooms. In addition to the staterooms a laundry closet is also accessed from the foyer. Aluminum #5086 hull and superstructure with four watertight transverse bulkheads. Internal hull framing is both longitudinal and athwartship. For sound reduction, bulkheads are isolated from the hull shell plating with insulation from the waterline up. Additionally, all mechanical equipment is isolation mounted. A double bulkhead separates the mechanical rooms from the stateroom section of the yacht. Engine room overhead insulation is minimally 4”. Mufflers, motor mounts, shaft couplings, HVAC, and water making systems are all engineered for maximum life and minimal noise generation. Particular attention is given to the exterior Awlgrip to ensure its long life. Rub rails are protected from scuffing by the application of a heavy duty strip of high polished stainless steel, countersink fastened to the solid rails. Windows, doors, lighting fixtures, and hardware are isolated from the structure to create a seamless paint system. Thanks to Burger’s careful attention to detail, along with the commitment of the present owners and their crew, TENACITY today looks as good as she did when she was launched in 2005. Hull form has a sharp entry with a rounded bow bottom form tapering to a vee bottom with molded chines continuing all the way aft to the transom and a constant deadrise of 17 degrees. The overall directional stability of this hull is phenomenal with or without the use of stabilizers. REMARKS: TENACITY is one of the finest Burger custom motor yachts ever conceived. With the owners’ objectives of obtaining a high quality, four stateroom yacht with medium to long range capability, this U.S. designed and built vessel has achieved their goals to the maximum. Superbly constructed with great attention to detail, terrific arrangement plan, total equipment package, coveted quiet performance at sea, TENACITY is a dream come true. Now, after three years of successful cruising logged, the owners have decided to move on with other plans. Complete maintenance records available.