Great 1920s retro look for the new Sycara IV.
The newly launched 46-metre Sycara IV from the Burger Boat Company is a stylish throwback to the 1920s carefully designed to create minimal “footprint” when cruising America’s mighty rivers and Great Lakes, with a foldable mast for passing under bridges. The aluminum-bodied craft, constructed at Burger’s historic Wisconsin shipyard, perfectly resembles a classic wooden motor yacht with a classic schooner bow and fantail hull such as JFK’s famed Honey Fitz, which the Sycara’s owners had chartered. – From James List
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