NEEBISH ISLANDER III92' 00"
Custom built for the Eastern Upper Peninsula Transportation Authority, the NEEBISH ISLANDER II is an exceptional new vehicle and passenger ferry transporting residences and tourist to and from Neebish Island, Michigan.
CHICAGO'S EMERALD LADY98' 00" (29.9m)
The third passenger vessel collaboration between Burger and Chicago’s First Lady Cruises, CHICAGO'S EMERALD LADY (98' 00") follows in the line of CHICAGO'S CLASSIC LADY and CHICAGO'S LEADING LADY.
Maid Of The Mist90' 00" (27.4m)
Burger Boat Company was contracted to fabricate the hull and superstructure modules for the new Maid Of The Mist Passenger Vessels, the JAMES V. GLENN and NIKOLA TESLA.
LUCIA89' 09" (27.6m)
The 89' (27m) all-steel passenger vessel LUCIA provides an enclosed, climate-controlled, main-deck cabin where guests will find a striking black granite bar and room for socializing. Accommodating 340 guests, the vessel is a valued addition to the Wendella fleet.
CHICAGO'S CLASSIC LADY98' 00" (29.9m)
CHICAGO’S CLASSIC LADY is a sister ship to CHICAGO’S LEADING LADY. Built to accommodate 299 passengers, she is certified USCG Subchapter K. CHICAGO’S CLASSIC LADY will be used for upscale events in addition to its primary function as an official tour vessel for the Chicago Architecture Foundation River Cruises.
R/V ARCTICUS77' 05" (23.6m)
The R/V ARCTICUS replaces the 38-year-old Grayling, bringing the USGS Great Lakes Science Center (GLSC) large vessel fleet up-to-date. The R/V ARCTICUS is stationed at the USGS base in Cheboygan, MI and incorporates modern marine standards and state-of-the-art technology to safely and effectively conduct fishery research.
CHICAGO'S LEADING LADY98' 00" (29.9m)
CHICAGO’S LEADING LADY is the first steel vessel built by Burger, since the yacht BRODIE VI. Built for Chicago’s First Lady Cruises, this 349 passenger, USCG-certified type-K vessel features styling reminiscent of the Presidential Yacht, Sequoia. The vessel interior is traditionally detailed with mahogany paneling and brass accents.
R/V COREGONUS62' 00" (18.9M)
R/V COREGONUS is the first commercial vessel built by Burger since the cargo ship AMBER in 1963. Built for the Wisconsin DNR, the COREGONUS is replacing the 74-year-old Burger fish tug, the BARNEY DEVINE. This vessel features two trawl winches, net reel, gillnet, Effer crane and a folding-transom dive platform.