Key Features on this Beautiful Burger Classic Motor yacht
Factory 78' cockpit motor yacht- 83' including the swim platform
Main engines replaced in 2001
2 X 20KW Onans replaced in 1999
TNT hydraulic swim deck and Novarania added 2007
Bottom maintenance 2020
3 staterooms aft plus crew forward
Bow thruster and stabilized
Wolverine is a 78' Burger flybridge cruiser. She resembles the classic style of the 1930's Wall street commuters, but with all the amenities of a modern yacht. This is a rare Burger with a factory cockpit, not an add on, so propellers and rudders are in the correct place. She can be boarded from a floating dock from the swim platform and cockpit, then up a set of steps to the aft saloon with L seating and bar.
Once on the main deck there is easy access to the foredeck seating area and the trunk cabin sunning area (much safer than many yachts because its about 4' above the main deck). From the side deck the aft saloon can be entered from the wing doors, port and starboard, or the sliding pilothouse doors. From the pilot house there is stairs to the well equipped flybridge.
A few steps down from the pilothouse is the lower saloon which can be used for dining. Next forward is the galley (lower saloon level) and crew quarters for two and engine room access and washer and drier. Aft of the lower saloon down, a set of gradual steps, is the master stateroom, centerline king berth with ensuite head. Forward are two over size twin bed guest staterooms with ensuite heads. The starboard guest stateroom head has a second door to serve as a day head. The original rich walnut joiner work is still in good condition.
Aft L lounge seating port and starboard sides with 2 hi-low cocktail tables.
Desk forward to port
All the way forward on center is a bar with a power lift TV
Port and starboard wing doors
Center stern companionway to cockpit with two large sliding windows
Port and starboard center sliding windows.
The upper saloon opens up to lots of fresh air via the wing doors, side and stern sliding windows.
Galley: located forward and on the same level as the lower saloon. Teak and holly high gloss sole, GE Profile 4 burner cooktop with oven, KitchenAid dishwasher, KitchenAid refrig/freezer, microwave, large stainless sink
Fly Bridge Features
Accessed from the pilothouse via a very user friendly safe ladder
Engine Room and Mechanical Features
In 2001 this boat as Silver Seas was delivered to Rybovich in West Palm Beach to have both main engines removed and replaced. The original 12V71's had about 10,000-12,000 hours on them at the time according to her then captain. Records show that the current motors have slightly less than 5,000 running hours.
*Crawl in entrance from the crew lounge is 3'6" high with 5'0" clearance once inside
*Twin Disc gear boxes
*Dual Racor fuel filters
*Groco Sea strainers
*Wagoner steering system
*Naiad 252 stabilizers with 9 sq ft fins
*Cruisair air conditioning system: 7X 12,000BTU, 1X 16,000BTU, 1X 20,000BTU, SMXII controls. Compressors have been replaced over the years.
*Spectra Ultra Whisper water maker 400 GPD (not operated in 7 years)
*Fuel polishing and transfer system
*2 40 gallon hot water heaters
*Wesmar DC bow thruster added 2007
*Glendinning engine synch
*Work bench with large tool box
*Halex fire suppression system
Pilothouse Electronics and Features
*Port & Starboard side deck access doors
*Bench seat/watch berth
*Kahlenberg air horns and whistle control
*Carlyle & Finch search light
*2 Furuno radars 72 mile and 48 mile
*Furuno Nav Net cgart plotter in pilothouse and F/B
*Garmin GPS plotter 4212 on fly bridge
*Garmin GMI 10 multi function on F/B
*Danforth Constellation compass in pilothouse and fly bridge
*Simrad AP300 auto pilot with fly bridge remote
*Robertson rudder angle indicator
*ICOM M-127 vhf IN PILOTHOUSE
*Icom M-422 vhf on flybridge
*Standard Horizon VHF/DSC/AIS on fly bridge
*Sea 222 SSB in pilothouse
*Wipers, washers in pilothouse
Located forward of the lower saloon/galley and down on the lower deck
At the bottom of the companionway is the washer and dry aft of the crew lounge area. Going forward is the crew head to starboard and stall shower to port. Forward of the crew quarters is the engine room entrance.
Electrical/ Primary Systems
*2 20 KW Onan generators new in 1999 with 6,700 and 6,900 hours 11/20
*Fail-Safe Max galvanic isolator
*Charles C-power Isoboost 100 transformer
*48V independent batteries and charger for thruster
*Dometic Sentry 32v 30 amp battery charger
*Newmar PHD-25 12v battery charger
*Mastervolt 12v 25 amp battery charger for fly bridge
*Shore power is a single 100amp or 2 50amp cords hook up on the port or starboard side forward of the pilothouse.