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International Yacht Corporation
Victory is a milestone Burger in the 150+ history of Burger Boat Company. It was the first yacht built by innovative new owners Jim Ruffolo and David Ross after the previous owner Tacoma Boat Building ran Burger into the ground. Victory was the new company's first order, built for an experienced yachtsmen, who built prior custom yachts and went on to build a larger Burger after he sold Victory.
The 91' continues the designs of Don O'keefe with the latest refinements in exhaust, generator sound proofing, and propeller tunnels, large windows and a country kitchen. Victory has had several owners who have loved the boat. She is currently offered for sale after repowering with C-18 ACERT Caterpillar engines (installed 2017 and under warranty until 2022). She is an outstanding offering in the 90'-100' range.
In addition to new engines recent improvements also include:
The owners have a full summer planned for the boat but look forward to consummating a sale in October.
Victory is a milestone Burger in the 150+ history of Burger Boat Company. It was the first yacht built by innovative new owners Jim Ruffolo and David Ross after the previous owner Tacoma Boat Building ran Burger into the ground. Victory was the new company's first order, built for an experienced yachtsmen, who built prior custom yachts and went on to build a larger Burger after he sold Victory. Victory is a timeless design which combines three desirable features: Speed, Range, and Shallow Draft.
The 91' continues the designs of Don O'keefe with the latest refinements in exhaust, generator sound proofing, and propeller tunnels, large windows and a country kitchen. Victory has had several owners who have loved the boat. She is currently offered for sale after repowering with C-18 ACERT Caterpillar engines (installed 2017 and under warranty until 2022). Extended warranty can be purchased. She is an outstanding offering in the 90'-100' range.
In addition to new engines recent improvements also include:
A variety of photos old and new are shown. A hard top was added to the flybridge at some point. Victory could probably be converted to a folding arch/hard top to lower air draft.
On the lower deck, VICTORY has engine room aft, three staterooms with ensuite heads amidships, and two crew staterooms forward. The main deck has a large aft deck, walkaround side decks, roomy main salon with large windows, day head and country style galley forward. The raised pilothouse is amidships and leads up to the flying bridge and boat deck. From the aft deck there is a lighted staircase down to the ample swim platform where you can access the engine room through the lazarette. There is also a hatch in the aft deck which leads down to the engine room.
The AFT DECK is large, open, with teak and a hardtop. Dining on the aft deck is for six at an oval table with cushioned teak chairs. On the starboard side there is a transom gate with stairs which lead down to a good sized swim platform. Stern shore access is via passarelle on the port side and swim platform. There is also a hatch providing additional engine room access. Through wing doors, the side decks lead forward to the bow. A single door leads forward to the Salon.
The interior includes a good size salon with plenty of seating and storage. There is a large sofa to port with a coffee table. The TV is on a powered lift just forward of the sofa with chairs opposite to starboard side. Storage cabinetry lines the starboard side with the formal dining table forward and just to port.
There is a wet bar next to the stairs which descend to the lower guest cabins and a dayhead forward to port with the pilothouse forward of that. There are both port and starboard side doors giving access to the roomy side decks.
The starboard side guest companionway is forward of the side door with the raised pilothouse steps just inboard and the dog house access hatch below.
The galley is forward to port with an informal country kitchen forward of that. There is a mounted TV and wrap around booth seating. The stairway to the crew quarters is found on the starboard side.
The lower guest foyer has marble flooring and provides spacious access to the lower staterooms. All staterooms are ensuite. Forward is the full beam master suite with a king size bed on the centerline. There is plenty of storage in lockers as well as built in drawers. His and her heads are aft, with a large jet tub in the port head. There is a TV on a power lift cabinet at the foot of the bed.
The port guest stateroom has a queen berth set athwartship against the outboard wall with a head and shower eft. There is plenty of storage in lockers and built in cabinets. There is a TV inside one of the cabinets.
The starboard guest stateroom has two single berths set inboard and outboard with a head and shower aft. There is a TV found inside a cabinet and a closet.
The Main Salon is breathtaking in the elegant and handsome dark varnished wood finish. The bright natural light from surrounding panoramic span of large windows is controlled by Hunter Douglas silhouette blinds. Beige and white carpeting compliments the sofa, soft leather arm chairs and other furnishings in this charming salon. Subtle overhead lighting and wide varnished carlins enhance the mood. Ideal conversation furniture is comfortable and inviting.
The FORMAL DINING area is set apart by a new low divider between the living and dining areas. It contains a rising 42' Sony flat screen satellite color television which, by remote, swivels to face either living or dining areas. In the gracious DINING ROOM area, the polished mahogany table very comfortably seats six in handsome cushioned chairs, all set beneath fine crystal lighting. The adjacent lowboy bureau stores linens, flatware, and china. Forward an all new granite topped, mirror backed, recessed bar has hammered sink, refrigerator/ icemaker, and deep storage. Cabineted overhead is storage for stemware, etc. A watertight Freeman side door to the port deck plus adjacent steps up to the pilothouse are conveniently placed.
The raised pilothouse is located forward and all engine controls, gauges and electronics are easy to hand. There is good storage in lockers and drawers with a raised bench seat and table aft on the centerline and stairs to the flybridge aft to port. Visibility is adequate from this station.
Below is a list of equipment found in the pilot house:
All staterooms are ensuite. Forward is the full beam master suite with double doors. There is a king size bed on the centerline. There is plenty of storage in lockers as well as built in drawers. His and her heads are aft, with a large jet tub in the port head and a shower in the starboard. There is a TV on a power lift cabinet at the foot of the bed. Wood paneling is a pickled oak color.
Aft of the foyer to port is a guest stateroom with a queen berth set athwartship against the outboard wall with a head and shower. There is plenty of storage in lockers and built in cabinets. There is a TV inside one of the cabinets. Wood paneling is a pickled oak color.
Aft of the foyer to starboard is a guest stateroom with two oversized single berths set inboard and outboard with a head and shower aft. This stateroom can easily be converted to be a mirror image of the queen guest stateroom with a walk around queen bed. It is also large enough to put a double berth against one wall and a single bed against the opposite wall. There is a TV found inside a cabinet and a closet. Wood paneling is a pickled oak color.
The Crew quarters are accessed from a stairway forward of the galley. There is a laundry room aft and a port cabin forward.
The port crew cabin includes upper/lower berths and good storage with the shared head forward. The forward cabin has a full berth on the portside and a locker on the starboard side. Overhead there is a hatch for emergency exit.
The FLYING BRIDGE and BOAT DECK are full of electronics, instruments, and controls including portable remote wing control. A bench observation seat for two is at the helm along with wet bar and refrigerator. A hardtop covers the central area which has two long, freshly cushioned lounge settees with a table to starboard plus a large cushioned sunbathing area. The fridge cabinet is aft of the helm seat with the U-line icemaker in a hatched locker at the boat deck entry. The stairs to the pilothouse are forward to port. Theflybridge sole is natural teak wood installed in 2000. A radar arch holds the various antennae.
The BOAT DECK, aft of the FLYING BRIDGE, stores the hydraulic davit to starboard with a tender to port and a life raft is aft of the BBQ and Frigid Rigid chest freezer.
Below is equipment noted on the Flybridge:
5" Ritchie compass
Furuno Monitor/Garmin 5212 GPS
Furuno Navnet in Monitor Chart Plotter
Garmin Chart Plotter
2x ICOM IC-M412 VHF
Fishfinder in GPS
Depth Finder in GPS
Speed Log and Windmeter in Garmin GMI10
The SIDE DECKS and FOREDECK are Awlgrip nonskid paint and the bulwarks are constructed ship style with exposed framing. The side decks are wide and well protected by the overhang. The electric windlass in installed on the centerline with an anchor and 550' of chain stored in a watertight chain locket. The forward section of the trunk cabin opens to a huge storage compartment. Atop the trunk cabin is a "beach" sun pad. The handsome Burger trademark rounded teak caprail surrounds the entire yacht.
The ENGINE ROOM is accessed both by a hatch in the aft deck and the Freeman watertight door in the transom. Immediately to port is a water tight door to the isolated, sound deadened, night generator and mechanical equipment room. The area has full standing headroom with very good access to all of the machinery to carry out service work.To starboard is the utility room with electrical panel, watermaker, and work bench. A central door leads to the spacious, spotless engine room.The main engines and Northern Lights 38kw generator in sound box (2006) are arranged for easy access. The main engines are CAT C18's and were installed in 2017 and are covered by an extended warranty through 2022. Spring 2021 approximately $25,000 was spent on both engines to maintain the caterpillar engine warranty and included service of coolers, pumps, belts, heat exchangers, etc. (receipt available)
Fuel 7567 gallons in two tanks (3850 +3717)
Water 1200 gallons
Clear oil 40 gallons
Clear gear oil 40 gallons
Black water tank 170 gallons in two tanks (150+20)
Grey water tank 975 gallons in two tanks (900 +75)
The primary generator is located in the main part of the engine room in a sound box between the two main engines and has a power take-off supplying the HPS bow thruster. Full controls to start and stop this generator are in the engine room and also duplicated in the pilothouse. The secondary, "night time" quiet generator, is mounted aft to port, in a sound box within an isolated, sound deadened mechanical room with a water tight entry door from the utility room. Both generators have sound shields installed.
The CAT engines are currently under warranty through 2022. An extended warranty can be purchased after a PM service and Advantage inspection is performed. Once the service and inspection has been completed you can purchase the extended warranty at two different coverage levels- Platinum Level and Platinum Plus Level. Examples of the extended warranty are:
Platinum level- 12 months 300 hours $4,440.00 (per engine)
Platinum level- 48 months 1200 hours $15,450.00 (per engine)
Platinum Plus rates are slightly higher and have increased allowances. The full schedule of warranty options can be provided upon request.