Burger wins award for motoryacht

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Burger Boat Company recently received the 19th annual ShowBoats International Award for Best Motor Yacht Under 50m for Ingot, a 153-foot, tri-deck motoryacht.

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This award recognizes a motoryacht that accomplishes the goals of her owner, builder and designer.

Burger's Ingot premiered at the 2008 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show and was popular at the 2009 Monaco Yacht Show, according to the company.

Designed to be an environmentally friendly yacht, Ingot provides 5,025 square feet of interior space and 4,150 square feet of exterior deck and leisure space. Burger and Vripack in the Netherlands collaborated to design the yacht's interior.

Each of her four spacious king-size VIP staterooms has a heated floor and is finished in rare marbles, granites and onyx. Two Caterpillar 3508B Series II engines power Ingot to a top speed of 15 knots. Cruising at 11 knots provides her with a 4,000-nautical-mile range.

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