SEA OWL is a collaborative effort featuring the design talents of the Burger Design Team, Andrew Winch Design and Vripack. Exceptional interior and exterior spaces work together to create a custom yacht like no other and one that is sure to attract attention wherever she cruises.
Located forward on the main deck, the owner’s suite opens off a circular foyer into a private office area, then into the spacious stateroom, ensuite bath and large, walk-in closets. The room is finished in dark teak recessed wall paneling, distressed-teak flooring and custom area rugs designed especially for this space.
The main salon, dining area and sky lounge flow easily from one area to the other by way of a curved staircase, crowned with a skylight allowing sunlight to penetrate the center spaces of the vessel. The main stairwell handrail is made of woven leather with brushed nickel fittings, and at the top of the stairs is a custom etched glass balustrade. The leather's texture provides an elegant contrast to the satin finish of the dark teak wall panels.
Below the main deck are four large guest staterooms, each with walls of honey teak recessed wall paneling and oversized port lights, which allow for expansive views and sunlight-filled rooms. Each stateroom has an ensuite bath which has been individualized through the color of the exotic stone materials selected. The floors are accented with custom borders of intricately inlaid patterns of contrasting stone.
Exterior spaces aboard SEA OWL provide for formal alfresco dining on two separate decks around custom-designed and built 84" diameter tables. The upper deck features a hot tub and outdoor wicker sun lounges with individual canopies. There are several areas with built-in seating and sun pads for lounging, reading or watching TV.
The spacious crew accommodations are accented in the same naturally finished honey teak used in other areas of the vessel. The area includes a large lounge area and separate laundry facilities. Each of the four double crew staterooms includes an ensuite bath. A captain’s stateroom, finished in dark teak, is situated aft of the pilothouse and also includes an ensuite bath.
Redundant mechanical systems and reliable Caterpillar power provide SEA OWL a cruising speed of 14 knots.