Set in the near future, players will probe the mysteries of our ocean through the eyes of Mirai, the lead on a newly formed research team that will use groundbreaking technologies to see, hear, and sense the ocean in a more meaningful way than has ever been attempted. The game will feature both an evocative narrative and high-level resource management, challenging the player to make high-stakes decisions and prioritize which objectives can be successfully achieved during the crew’s expedition.
Embracing the same inclusive development process that was used to create Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna), E-Line’s BAFTA award-winning game about Alaska Native culture, the company paired world-class game makers with some of the field’s leading ocean experts to craft an experience that reflects the awesome wonder and unbounded mystery that infuses our planet’s beating blue heart.
Are you interested in a grand motor yacht? Then come with me as we tour “BARBARA ANNE” a 1978 Trojan 44 Aft Cabin Motor Yacht. She’s well powered by twin Detroit 671-N Diesels with 2000 hours on them. For electrical power there’s an 8KW generator. Imagine long range cruising our west coast or simply stayed moored in your favorite harbor.
The beauty of this vessel is the amount of space and areas throughout the yacht. To begin with the aft deck is enclosed with a wet bar and seating with room to add a table for entertaining. The foredeck can easily store a dinghy with room to lounge and there are formed in seats to enjoy the view from the bow. Below, the saloon measures 10′ x 10′ with 6.5 feet of headroom and the galley, open to the saloon adds another 7′ x 10′ including the booth dinette. Moving forward we find a day head and a private cabin with a v-berth. At the aft of the boat is the master suite with a queen sized island bed. Along the sides there is plenty of built in cabinets and drawers, well suited for extended stays. The interior is finished with rich warm woods and recalls days past when vessels were crafted by artisans. With some imagination and personal touches one can enjoy a spacious vessel for life on the water.
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The 134-foot (40.73m) MIRAGGIO is a very long-range, seaworthy superyacht with an impressive internal volume.
Designed to cruise in lavish comfort and classic elegance, MIRAGGIO is a spacious, tri-deck yacht with incredible cruising capabilities. Her rich heritage traces back to 1988 Italy, where she was crafted by renowned luxury yacht builders Siar & Moschini.
A collaboration between Studio Bacigalupo and Franco Anselmi Boretti, MIRAGGIO’s enduring build combines advanced technology, sophisticated construction, impressive teak woodwork and timeless design. Styled by Daniela Leusch, her interior is finished in rich mahogany and is well-equipped with beautiful furnishings, amenities, and entertainment facilities.
MIRAGGIO can sleep an extended family or group of up to 12 in a plush master, three doubles, and two twin cabins with bathtubs, toilets, and bidets. In addition, there is space for up to 11-crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience. Her large decks, bridges and exterior spaces are ideal for cocktail parties, lounging, or sunbathing. She also offers three separate storage compartments; each has an extensive variety of toys and tenders, which include wakeboards, waterskis, kayak canoes, and much more.
Recently, MIRAGGIO underwent a multi-million euro makeover, which was done partially in Asia and extensively in France. In La Ciotat, Monaco Marine installed her with Zero Speed stabilizers. In addition, MIRAGGIO was furnished with completely new interiors, appliances, and entertainment facilities.
For more information on our 1997 85′ Burger Motor Yacht, please visit: http://www.hmy.com/used-yachts-for-sale/BURGER/1997-85-Motor-Yacht/238020
New to the market with a fresh refit 2016/2017
Roamin Holiday was built in aluminum by US Burger Boat to a design by in house designer Don O’Keefe and was delivered in 1997 as a raised motoryacht. The interior was by the Burger design team and finished in anigere veneers with inlaid black obeeche hardwood. Her main deck includes a formal salon separated by hand carved columns to a formal dining area with lavish day head. Continuing forward past the raised pilot house stairs is a large fully updated Country kitchen. Crew accommodations for two are down the stairs from there with a private head and laundry area.
Below deck she features a full beam master suite and two matching guest staterooms all with fully updated ensuited bathrooms.
The exterior deck areas are expansive and feature full walk around side decks with midship port and starboard access doors.
The flybridge has a helm station, wet bar, wrap around seating, grill and mini bar making it ideal for alfresco dining.
Twin 1100 hp Detroit Diesel engines give Roamin Holiday a comfortable cruise speed of 18 knots and max speed of 22 knots.