BURGER Raised Pilothouse Specifications
Name: WORTHY
Type: Motor Yacht
Year Built: 2000
Hull Material: Aluminum
Length: 25.9m / feet
Beam: 6.24 / 20.47 feet
Max Draft: 1.67 / 5.48 feet
Gross Tonnage: 114
Cruising Speed: 19 knots
Max Speed: 24 knots
Sleeps: 6
Staterooms: 3
Crew: 2
Engines: 2 x Caterpillar 3412 1400hp
Flag: USA
Location: United States, Fort Lauderdale

BURGER WORTHY Yacht for Sale

USD 2,450,000

WORTHY is a high-quality 85’ Raised Pilothouse built by Burger Boat Company, delivered in 2000 with a recent refit in 2023/2024. Sleeping 6 guests in 3 staterooms and crew accommodations for 2 in 1 cabin, WORTHY is a comfortable vessel for owner and guests with many recent updates. Powered by twin Caterpillar 3412 diesel engines and 2 x Kilopak 45 kW generators. Key features include a Marine Sanitation Device, Atlas Classic Shore Power frequency converter with generator auto start and load sharing, Alpha Laval fuel polishing equipment, watermaker, and more.

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Overview

WORTHY is a high-quality 85’ Raised Pilothouse built by Burger Boat Company. Built as SEAQUESTER for a very knowledgeable yachtsman she remained under her build ownership for 12 years with the same captain from build until sold. She remained professionally kept during her years prior to becoming WORTHY. The original building requirement was to build a comfortable, optimized speed and economy yacht with a cruise speed of 19 knots (max 24kts) on her Caterpillar 3412. Present hours on WORTHY’s mains are under 2000 hours since major overhaul. Additional requirements were to build a self-sufficient vessel with large vessel equipment including a Marine Sanitation Device, Atlas Classic Shore Power frequency converter with generator auto start and load sharing, Alpha Laval fuel polishing equipment, Watermaker and much more.

 

Key Features

  • High volume 85’ Burger
  • New electronics
  • New interior décor
  • CAT 3412 engine service complete
  • Professionally captained throughout her life

Walkthrough

One can enter WORTHY amidship on either side of the vessel or from the stern via the swim platform and aft deck. When entering WORTHY from the spacious aft deck one will enter the full-beam main salon through a door with a glass panel. The aft salon bulkhead has two large floor-to-ceiling windows. The windows throughout the main deck are larger offering a light and airy feel. In the main salon, one will find a custom American Walnut cabinet with ample storage and a pop-up 55” TV. The salon has a beautiful custom-built L-shaped settee with built-in storage and a queen berth pull-out. Two fabric chairs are facing aft with a large square-shaped coffee table with storage within. Going forward from the salon one will find a gorgeous American Walnut dining table with 8 fabric chairs. On either side of the dining table, expands with leaf, outboard one will find a custom American Walnut serving cabinet with ample storage within. Forward of the dining table, one will find a walk-up stone top bar with a sink. Under the bar, there is a 2-drawer fridge, ice maker, and liquor storage. To port of the bar, one will find the port door entrance to the vessel and a large on-deck day head.

 

Forward starboard of dining, one will find a stairway down to the 3 spacious guest cabins. This area offers a formal foyer with access to the starboard entry door. From the foyer, one can gain access to the pilothouse up a short set of stairs. Continuing forward one will find a large “Country Kitchen” Style galley with large windows offering an open feel, spacious granite counter tops with an island equipped with ice maker and silver and cutlery storage within. There is a U-shaped settee and table forward in the area. The galley has its own TV and entertainment system. To starboard and forward one can go down a set of stairs to the crew quarters with an over and under berth, large bath with shower, refrigeration, and washer and dryer.

 

From the main deck foyer, one can go down the stairs to a guest foyer offering entrance to 3 staterooms including a full-beam master stateroom with king berth and his and her bathrooms, two large walk-in closets, large chest of drawers to starboard with settee to port and a TV on the aft bulkhead. Aft to port is a queen berth guest stateroom with ensuite, closet, storage, and entertainment. Aft to starboard is a twin berth cabin with an ensuite, closet, storage, and entertainment. The guest foyer also offers a full-size stackable washer and dryer.

 

Back at the main foyer, one can enter the Raised Pilothouse up a short set of stairs. Once there one will find state-of-the-art navigation and communication with new Garmin equipment in March 2023. Excellent visibility comes from wrap-around windows. There is a leather-covered settee with a teak table and storage to port for rechargeable radio equipment, printer, etc. From the pilothouse, one can gain access to the flybridge. Here one will find a fully equipped helm with a Pompanette captain’s chair and wing stations on either side. Behind the helm, one will find a storage cabinet to port with two fridge drawers. There is a built-in settee with a table on either side with a swing-down TV from the ceiling which is visible from both settees. The area is covered by a custom hardtop and fully enclosed EZ2CY covers front, side and rear that can be opened as needed. Further aft one can go to the boat deck, which is a perfect area for an inflatable tender and when the tender is launched it makes for an excellent lounging area that includes a Frigibar, powered cooler (fridge and freezer). Dual halogen floodlights mounted on the radar mast provide abundant nighttime illumination of the boat deck area.

 

One can access WORTHY’S large working foredeck from either side door. The deck forward is wide with high bulwarks making it safe for crew and guests. There is a large bosun for storage forward as well as well as two bench settees with cushions.

 

WORTHY has a spacious aft deck with a settee, two chairs, cocktail tables and a throw rug. From this area, one has access to a larger integral swim platform which is perfect for tender pickups and staging for all the water toys. The swim platform offers access to a lazarette area and engine room.

 

WORTHY’S engine room is spacious allowing easy access for servicing the main engines, generators, and all equipment.

Owner Stateroom

Forward from the lower deck stateroom foyer is the primary master stateroom, with port and starboard cedar walk-in closets outboard. A centerline king-sized berth is set against the forward bulkhead with bedside tables and reading lights on either side. Flanking the primary master berth to port is a settee and to starboard are gorgeously crafted drawer bureaus with abundant storage. Above are opening portlights with custom window treatments. The master stateroom is furnished with a complete entertainment system His and her Hers heads are located forward and may be accessed from either side of the berth. A large marble-lined shower separates the two heads. The floors and countertops in the heads are marble, with undermount sinks.

Guest Staterooms

There are port and starboard double staterooms aft from the lower deck stateroom foyer with arched doorways mimicking the primary stateroom entry doors. The port guest stateroom is a VIP cabin, with an athwartship queen berth. The starboard guest stateroom has twin lower berths. Both guest staterooms are furnished with cedar hanging closets, built-in dressers, and integral entertainment. Each stateroom boasts an ensuite marble-lined head and shower.

Crew Quarters

Crew quarters are forward of the galley, accessed by a stairway from the galley area forward of the pilothouse. At the base of the stairway is the crew laundry area (with the crew head and shower to port). There is an Avanti, refrigerator/freezer in the crew companionway. The crew cabin is forward with upper and lower berths and a hanging locker on the opposite side. The crew cabin also has its own entertainment center. There is an escape hatch/skylight to the foredeck from the crew cabin.

Galley Equipment

  • Stovetop: Gaggenau
  • Oven: Gaggenau
  • Microwave: GE
  • Dishwasher: Asko
  • Ventilation: powered fan at underside of microwave
  • Galley refrigeration and freezer: sub-zero, side-by-side
  • Icemaker: in galley freezer
  • Icemaker under galley island
  • Garbage disposal: GE, in galley sink
  • Espresso machine: Bezzera
  • Instahot water dispenser

 

Laundry

  • Main laundry in guest foyer: GE washer/dryer (new 2024)
  • Crew laundry: GE washer dryer (new 2024)

Entertainment Equipment

  • New Star Link Marine Wi-Fi
  • KVH TrackVision satellite TV
  • Pepwave Wi-Fi system
  • Flybridge: 30” TV
  • Main salon: 55” Samsung
  • Master stateroom: 30” LG TV
  • Queen guest stateroom: 35” LG TV
  • Twin guest stateroom: 35” LG TV
  • Galley: 22” LG TV
  • Crew: 20” Sharp TV

Main Machinery

  • Twin Caterpillar model 3412, 1400 HP each, RPM 2300, 12 cylinders
  • Engine hours: Port 1,948 SMOH; Starboard 2,016 SMOH with 1,000 service complete (Dec 2023)
  • Stuffing Box: Tides, dripless seal type
  • 4 x New 8D engine start batteries (Dec 2023)
  • Engine controls: Kobelt single lever, electronic with synchronizer
  • Auxiliary controls: Wing stations at port and side of flybridge console
  • Auxiliary controls: Kobelt, Morse Cable emergency back-ups in engine room

 

Fuel System

  • The vessel’s fuel system comprises of three aluminum tanks that are integral to the hull
  • Equipped with Alfa-Laval MIB 303 fuel oil separator Racor filtration system

 

Air Conditioning

  • Two 10-ton water chiller Marine Air system. All air handlers replaced (Dec 2023)

 

Transmissions

  • Transmission make: ZF
  • Transmission model: BW 255 V
  • Reduction ratio: 2.960:1 

Auxiliary Machinery

  • Bow thruster: Naiad Marine, hydraulic
  • Stabilization: Naiad
  • Steering system: Jastram, electro-hydraulic with dual rams
  • Steering reservoir: Jastram

Tankage

  • Fuel 5,300 US gallons
  • Water 956 US gallons
  • Lube oil capacity 140 US gallons
  • Waste oil capacity 140 US gallons
  • Grey water 280 US gallon tank
  • Blackwater 280 US gallon tank

Electrical Equipment

Generators

  • 2 x Kilopak 45 kW, 208 volts / 3-phase 1800 RPM 60Hz
  • Generator hours: Port 1,995 SMOH; Starboard 2,365 SMOH - Starboard Hour meter changed at 8,267 Hours: electrical end complete service at time of generators SMOH
  • 1,000-hour service complete (Dec 2023)
  • New generators start batteries Glassmat 12v 8D (Dec 2023)

 

Shore Power

  • Shore power receptacles 2 x 125/250 volt, 100 amp (bow and stern)
  • Shore power cables 2 x 100 ft cords + 1 x 50 ft cord (approx. length)
  • Powered cable reels 2 x Gleason reel
  • Shore power transformer Atlas Shore power classic St-2, 40 Kw. One Smart-Y 100 amp splitter box + adapter cords by Ward’s Marine, 480 vac / 200 amp

 

DC Power

  • Batteries – engine start: 4 x Caterpillar 12 volt lead acid 8D (Dec 2023)
  • Batteries – generator start: 1 x Glassmat, 12 volt AGM 8D (Dec 2023)
  • Batteries – electronics: 2 x 12 volt AGM (Aug 2023) 

Communication and Navigation Equipment

  • Sonar: Interphase 910-U-18780
  • Searchlight: ACR RCL-600A-24
  • Displays: 4 x Garmin GPS24xd-NMEA2000
  • Radar: Garmin fantom 54 
  • Flir M-625L

Water Systems

Potable Water System

  • Total freshwater: 958 gallons
  • Freshwater pump: 2 x Headhunter Mach 5, 230 volt
  • Water heater: 2 x Torrid, 30-gallon, 240 volt
  • Watermaker: Watermakers Inc, 1000 GPD

 

Black Water System

The vessels’ black water system comprises of five “HeadHunter Royal Flush” heads operated via freshwater pressure and vortex macerator pumps with a main holding tank located below the engine room sole. There is a HeadHunter Type II MSD system to treat the black water, which can then be discharged overboard when permitted, and there is a deck cap for dockside pump-out option when required.

 

Grey Water System

The vessels’ grey water system comprises of a main holding tank in the engine room, with two small sump boxes located in bilge areas. The main holding tank is equipped with a 208-volt discharge pump, and the sumps are equipped with 12 and 24-volt DC pumps connected to float switches allowing automatic discharge when required.

Deck Equipment

Davits, Cranes, Passarelle, and Gangway

  • Gangway: Marquipt, aluminum
  • Boarding ladder: custom stainless steel
  • Dinghy davit: Nautical Structures EZ-2500
  • Dinghy winch: hydraulic, 2500 Lb. S.W.L.
  • Swim platform: aluminum, integral
  • Swim ladder: aluminum drop in type for swim platform
  • Service air compressor: Jenny Industries, with a 50-gallon receiver

 

Dinghies, Tenders and Water-Sports Equipment

  • Dinghy: Novurania RIB, model #: 460dl
  • Dinghy HIN (Hull Id #): PKD25719K011
  • Dinghy motor: Yamaha, 90 hp model #: F90TLR, serial #: 61PL1044226

 

Ground Tackle and Mooring Equipment

  • Anchor windlass: Maxwell 3500, vertical, hydraulic with local controls (new Nov 2023)
  • Anchor: 80 Kg, galvanized bruce, galvanized plow
  • Anchor chain: 300’ of galvanized chain (approximate length)
  • Mooring/docking lines: 14 x braided nylon
  • Fenders: 4 x large, 7 x large inflatable and 2 x ball type
  • Deck winches: 2 x Maxwell Vc3500, electric, on aft deck

Security Equipment

  • CCTV / camera system: 2 x CCTV cameras w/ pan-tilt-zoom + elbex switch
  • Monitors: 2 x Garmin helm screens
  • Night vision camera: FLIR infrared night vision camera w/pan-tilt-zoom
  • Security safe: Meilink safe in master stateroom
  • Security safe: Lockbox Captain’s cabin

Improvements (Sept 2023 - March 2024)

  • Replaced machinery and electronics batteries
  • Replaced windlass
  • Improved access to salon air handlers on flybridge
  • Replaced Nav lights
  • Flush water heaters, inspect/change anode, replace heating elements
  • Service Atlas
  • New chlorine pump on waste treatment
  • Rebuild engine room fans
  • Installed new air handlers in master, guest, and crew cabins
  • Installed new air handlers in salon, galley, wheelhouse
  • Relocated AIS controller and removed old camera controller
  • Renewed Alfa Laval
  • New carpeting throughout
  • New salon furniture
  • New ceiling panels on main deck level and pilothouse
  • New bar area with ice maker and refrigerator drawers
  • New wallpaper throughout boat
  • New TV and redesign A/V location in salon
  • New overhead speakers in salon, galley, aft deck, and flybridge
  • New LED lighting in salon
  • 1,000-hour service to both mains and gensets
  • New non-skid paint on the foredeck and flybridge deck
  • Total rebuild and paint on flybridge davit
  • New Amtico flooring in day head, foyer and galley
  • New exterior cushions