Burger motoryacht wins design award

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Ingot, a 153-foot Burger trideck motoryacht, was presented the inaugural Michael C. Fina Interior Design Award at the ShowBoats International Cavallino Yacht Hop, Burger Boat Co. announced.

Ingot is a collaboration between the Burger design team and Vripack in the Netherlands.

“Every single yacht considered had something unique, but we were looking beyond the ‘wow’ factor,” said Steven Fina, of Michael C. Fina Co., in a statement. “Our winner needed to reflect our benchmarks for individuality, innovation, distinctiveness, continuity, versatility, timeless look and feel, and brilliance of overall concept. It also needed to balance detail, elegance and be the sum of all things luxurious.”

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Manitowoc, Wis.-based Burger Boat designs and builds custom motoryachts in aluminum and steel to 200 feet.

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