Burgess SuperYachts We Saw at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show

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Today is the last day of the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, so you’ve got one more day if you haven’t floated over there already.  We went over the weekend we had a chance to see the big (and the small) guys of all makes. Burgess was well represented with over $250,000,000 worth of floating luxury on display. Here’s the best of Burgess’ yachts that you can have for yourself by the week.



56.4m (185ft), Delta Marine, USA, 2001 (refit 2014)

For charter: from USD 350,000 per week

Fresh from an extensive rebuild that included a 25ft stern extension, MY SEANNA’s decks now include a pristine new beach club, helipad, crow’s nest, outdoor cinema, oversized waterfall Jacuzzi, sauna and gym. A VIP suite with 180-degree views is a new addition to the upper deck, while the indoor cinema is hooked up to a submarine camera that allows you to view the sea life below. A truly unique charter yacht, MY SEANNA has a world-class chef and professional, international crew.


Sycara IV


46.1m (151.3ft), Burger, USA, 2013

Asking price: USD 37,000,000

This acclaimed yacht is a modern classic, combining the highest levels of quality and technology with the timeless elegance and charm of the 1920s. SYCARA IV won the 2010 ShowBoats Design Award for Best Naval Architecture, and her interior is a Ken Freivokh masterpiece. She has comfortable, stylish accommodation for up to nine guests in four cabins, and a spacious sun deck with large sun pads, a seven-person hot tub, bar and dining area.




40.9m (134.3ft), Lurssen-Werft, Germany, 1995 (refit 2005)

Asking price: USD 5,995,000

This impressive German pedigree yacht underwent improvements in 2013, including the installation of new generators and the completion of her W5 engine service. BLIND DATE has a maximum speed of 22 knots, a shallow draft and a stylish interior by the award-winning Patrick Knowles. Eight guests can be accommodated in four cabins, including a full beam master suite with lounge area, walk-in wardrobe and his and hers bathrooms, and a forward-facing VIP suite with 180 degree views.




39.3m (129ft), Newcastle Marine/Tyneside Yachts, USA, 2013

Asking price: USD 24,950,000

The custom-built global explorer SAFIRA is remarkably engineered, with unsurpassed sea handling capability, environmentally conscious ‘green’ credentials and state-of-the-art equipment. Designed for long passages in sublime comfort, her stylish interior incorporates reclaimed luxury materials and energy saving features throughout. With fantastic outdoor spaces, a gym, Jacuzzi and accommodation for 10 guests in five cabins, SAFIRA is built for the ultimate adventurer.




32m (105ft), CMN Shipyard, France, 2003 (refit 2009)

Asking price: EUR 8,500,000

For charter: from USD 110,000 per week

The stylish catamaran NECKER BELLE was completely rebuilt in 2009 at Azzura Yachts in Australia, and in 2013 was further improved with new main engines, generators, trampolines and sails. Great sailing performance combines with beach club styling and a carefully conceived layout

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