SARAHBETH was built to fish remote locations in total safety and comfort. Standing alongside
or stepping aboard, the quality and careful attention to detail are immediately evident. SARAHBETH is the second such vessel built by the Burger Boat Company for this owner. She carries
sufficient fuel for making long passages while at the same time she has the horse power to run
from weather or make a fast transit home. Her capacity for storing provisions is in complete
and total harmony with her long range ability.
SARAHBETH has luxurious accommodations for 10-12 including crew quarters.
The spacious, teak decked cockpit aft is furnished with twin “Marlin” fighting chairs and a teak rocket launcher between. There is a transom door aft and built-in storage surrounds the cockpit area with room for tackle, rod lockers, and equipment dunnage. A dedicated wash down system and high capacity scupper drains can also be found in the cockpit area. Three hatches in the cockpit deck provide access to steering gear an additional storage including the Eskimo shaved ice system.
Up five steps from the cockpit is the open observation deck protected by teak and stainless steel railings aft of matching teak tables with upholstered seating for four. Additional storage is built in along the forward bulkhead along with port and starboard hatch access to the machinery compartment below. Double teak and glass doors centered on the forward bulkhead open to main salon.
From the observation deck moving forward through centered double doors is the grandly spacious main salon. Full teak paneling with wrap around windows, the spacious is voluminous yet welcoming. Matching sofas face each other to port and starboard aft with sofa tables in front of each. Built-in storage is aft and outboard moving forward with a teak peninsula divide to port separating the galley dining area forward from the salon aft.
The Dining table and chairs are separated from the main salon by the peninsula cabinetry and further set apart by the teak overhead detail with custom lighting options. Opposite the Dining area is the teak and carpeted stairway up to the enclosed pilothouse.
The Pilothouse has a warm and comfortable feel to it, paneled in teak with teak built-in cabinetry its full perimeter as well as a center island bench seat for guests. The captain’s pedestal chair is forward centered at the broad console of navigation equipment spanning port to starboard. Complete visibility is afforded by wraparound windows in this space, particularly forward over 3 flat panel tempered glass windshields. Heavy duty washers and wipers ensure clear view in all conditions.
Aft in the Pilothouse is a salon area with a large corner banquette and pedestal table to starboard and built-in head with shower opposite to port. Centered doors aft open to the open pilothouse deck with freezer storage and refrigerator cabinet forward and stainless steel railings protecting the open area aft. Stairs from the open aft deck lead up to the Flybridge station above.
Back on the main deck level:
The Galley is virtually full width and was built to counter height only for complete visibility from bulkhead to bulkhead. All appliances and galley equipment storage is concealed beneath granite topped teak cabinetry for a clean no-nonsense appearance. The inset glass range top faces forward while the double stainless steel sink face outboard to port.
To starboard of the Galley area is the stairway down to the lower level cabin area with access to all staterooms.
Amidship is the full width master suite with an athwartship king sized berth to port and luxurious white marble and glass his and hers heads, with a bidet. Built in storage is aft outboard and forward with abundant hanging and drawer storage.
Twin guest staterooms with ensuite heads are forward of the master with twin lower berths in each. Again the storage is generous and each cabin enjoys opening portlights as well as overhead sky light hatches.
The two crew staterooms are next forward to port and starboard with twin lower berths in each and with private heads and showers.
All of the staterooms including the crew cabins are detailed in satin finished teak joinerwork with solid teak doors and trim. Bureaus, drawers, closet enclosures and cabinetry are teak as well and all closet doors are louvered for ventilation. All closets are cedar lined. There are numerous port lights throughout along with a generous and superb array of overhead and indirect lighting. Coupled with white headliner and quality vinyl wall coverings, the "cave" effect often found below decks in vessels with traditional woodwork does not exist. SARAHBETH suffers no such issues but rather shows bright, crisp, and clean in the yachting tradition.
Miele Induction 5 burner glass top range
GE Profile Microwave
2 door custom stainless steel refrigerator
Thermador Convection Oven
Whirlpool trash compactor
Stainless steel sink
Grohe sink fixtures
Bosch Axxis stainless steel washer and dryer
2 Furuno 96 mile X-band radars w/ ARPA
Greemarine PC based Navigation system
19” VEI multi function monitor w/ AIS
17” VEI multi function monitor w/ AIS
C-Plath Autopilot(takes heading from:
1-Fiber optic gyrocompass
Elbex 2 camera CCTV system, engine room & mast cameras
Furuno Navnet T2 Touch, 14” monitor
Carlisle & Finch Searchlight
Kahlenberg 3 trumpet air horns
Kahlenberg air whistle
Brookes and Gatehouse Hydra 2000
Brookes and Gatehouse Wind Gauge
Northstar 952X GPS
SEA 857 Loud Hailer
SEA 157 VHF radio
SEA 330 Single Side Band radio
KVF FB 500 Sat Phone system
Yacht Networks WiFi system
HP Photosmart 2610 All in One printer/fax/copier/scanner
Panasonic Digital Super Hybrid Phone System
Shore, Cell, Satcom
7 fixed phone sets, 2 handheld sets
ABS hardwired phone
Sony Trinitron television
Denon am/fm tuner/amplifier
Denon CD Player
U-Line ice maker
Day head in Pilothouse
Twin MTU 12V4000 main engines, 2,735 bhp each, 5,840 hours since new
24V main engine starters and alternators
ZF Marine gears with trolling valves
Electronic and manual(back-up) engine controls
Koopnautic Rotary stabilizer system
Quantum hydraulic bow thruster system
Marine Exhaust sound control muffler system
Sea chest raw water supply system
JD Nall Chilled water air conditioning system
(3) - 6 ton chiller units
Water Maker Inc. water maker system
(2) – 1,000 gallon per day units
Alfa Laval centrifuge fuel polishing system
Racor secondary fuel filter system
Fill-Rite fuel pumping system
Delta T engine air control system
(4) - 220V engine room fans, 2 intake, 2 exhaust
NuTone Central Vacuum system
(2) - Jun-Air 220V single phase air compressors
Constant circulation domestic hot water system
Bauer dive compressor
Eskimo shaved ice making system
Headhunter Royal Flush Marine toilets(7)
Port and starboard wing station controls – Pilothouse aft deck
2 compartment stainless steel Refrigerator/Freezer – Pilothouse aft deck
2 – Givens canister 10 man liferafts
Rupp 40’ Outriggers
Nautical Structures hydraulic tender davit on foredeck
Flats boats are excluded
2 Pompanette Marlin fighting chairs
Pompanette “rocket launcher” rod holder
3 trumpet Kahlenberg air horns
Kahlenberg air whistle
2 – glass front live wells, cockpit
Aft deck VEI outdoor multi-feed monitor, television, nav plotter, CCTV
Cockpit wash down system
Atlas Shore Power Management system
Atlas Frequency Converter
Twin Kilopak 55kw generators with John Deere 6 cylinder engines (rebuilt 2013)
New electrical units on both generators (2013)
Yacht Networks WiFi system (w/repeaters throughout)
Square D PowerLogic Monitor (pilothouse)
Newmar battery monitor (pilothouse)
SeaTel Satellite Antenna system w/ 7 independent receivers
46” Samsung Flat Screen Television
Speaker control panel
Sony Trinitron television
Denon am/fm tuner/amplifier
Denon CD/DVD player
SamSung 32” Flatscreen television
Stereo speaker system