BURKUT is a 54m (177.7ft) motor yacht with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure constructed to Lloyd's classification and MCA compliant. The very embodiment of Italian style and flair, she was designed inside and out by the ever-popular Tuscan studio of Francesco Paszkowski, built by La Spezia-based shipyard Baglietto and delivered in 2009.
Her aft half of the sun deck has a jacuzzi and large versatile deck spaces, for relaxing or entertainment.
The forward half is climate controlled beneath the hardtop and features a full-beam dedicated gym with dayhead and there is also a wellness centre with massage room, sauna and beauty salon.
The upper deck aft has a fully equipped sit-up bar and open-air dining for 12 guests shaded by the overhang. Aft there are two L-shaped sun lounges. The main deck aft has banquette seating in the sun aft and sofa seating around a coffee table shaded by the overhang.
Steps lead down either side to a good-sized swim platform with bathing steps and tender garage, where there is also a dayhead. From the main deck aft sidedecks lead forward to steps up to the foredeck where there are sunpads at anchor and watertoy stowage underway. A rescue tender is stowed on deck in the bow.
An elevator runs from lower to bridge decks. From the bridge deck lobby a door leads through to the sky lounge, which has a lounge to starboard and a large TV on the forward bulkhead. To port is a games table and a piano, there is a dayhead off the sky lounge and sliding glass doors open onto the aft deck to create a large entertainment space.
The main saloon has sliding glass doors opening onto the aft deck lounge. Inside there is a convivial, relaxed lounge around coffee tables. Walk forward to starboard and there is a formal dining area. The spaces are separated by a cabinet that houses a pop-up TV that can rotate for viewing anywhere in the room.
The owner's suite, forward on the main deck, has folding balconies port and starboard, a his-and-hers bathroom with a shared bath, two walk-in wardrobes and a private study. Three guest double cabins and a twin cabin, all en suite, complete accommodation for 10 guests in five cabins.
Twin 2,000hp diesel engines give her a top speed of 15 knots, a cruising speed of 12 knots and a transatlantic range of 4,500nm. Stabilisers ensure comfort underway and at anchor.
We are very pleased to offer this yacht for sale with an asking price of EUR 18,750,000. Always professionally maintained, she is in excellent condition and is lying in the Italian Riviera where inspection – which is strongly recommended – can be arranged. Please contact a Burgess broker.