Burger motor yacht Inevitable sold


The classic 36-meter Burger motor yacht Inevitable, offered for sale by Pete Woods at Woods & Associates, was sold with the buyer presented by Jonathan Chapman of Worth Avenue Yachts.

Built in aluminum by the American Burger shipyard on a design by Jack Hargrave, it was delivered in 1985 with many improvements since, including a substantial redesign in 2015. The redesign included new Caterpillar C32 engines and ZF transmissions. At the same time, the bottom was sandblasted down to bare aluminum and a new barrier layer and a new antifouling system were applied.

Inevitable asked for $ 3,150,000

Patrick Knowles’ interior in high-gloss teak woodwork accommodates eight guests in three cabins consisting of a master suite with twins to port and starboard, each with a Pullman berth, and all cabins have TV screens and a private bathroom.

The living room is a great space to relax, with a sitting area with comfortable seating, a wet bar with custom sink, and an entertainment center that includes a 48 inch TV screen. Forward is a formal dining room with seating for eight people.

Deck spaces are expansive and feature teak decks that lead to a large foredeck with seating for guests. The aft deck can accommodate up to 10 people for alfresco dining while the flybridge has a barbecue, sunbeds, guest seating and an outside helm station. The large cockpit has teak decks and is an ideal space to relax or store water sports equipment.

Twin Caterpillar 1,600 hp diesel engines give it a cruising speed of 14 knots and a range of 1,500 nautical miles.

Inevitable asked for $ 3,150,000.


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