December 15, 2007

New Model: Bertram 700

Bertram Yacht, the legendary builder of high-performance sportfishing yachts, unveiled the new 700 Convertible, the flagship of the Bertram fleet, at the 2007 Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show in October. Responding to an increased industry and customer demand for yachts in the 67’-74’ category, Bertram Yacht created the largest Bertram model with performance, luxury and comfort in mind. It features as an option, the exclusive ARG (Anti-rolling Gyro) technology, which suppresses rolling motion and reduces rolling angle by up to 50 percent. The 700 is a battlewagon in all types of weather conditions. The deep-V hull, which set the standard for offshore excellence more than 40 years ago, coupled with the modification of the hull strakes to reduce impact at the bow of the boat, combine for a smoother ride and increased performance. With optional power, the Bertram 700 Convertible has projected cruising speeds of 35 knots. Zuccon International Project, the designers of the superstructure and interiors, developed a variety of innovative elements for the 700. The new Bertram shear line profile showcasing a smooth curve sets the 700 apart, attracting appreciative stares at marinas across the globe. Additionally, the 700 is the first model to have the mezzanine come standard. The first Bertram Yacht model to use African mahogany for furniture, the 700 also features a new salon layout built with with the goal of maximizing space without compromising luxury or comfort. The master stateroom is full beam of the boat, a layout which offers choices for a desk/vanity or additional storage. Additionally, new to the sportfishing segment, the 700 offers innovative and luxuriously designed windows on the port and starboard sides of the master stateroom, products of the sophisticated design and glass technology of the Advanced Yacht Technology department at Ferretti Group. Vigorously tested to hold up in Bertram-worthy weather conditions, sportfishermen can be certain the windows aren’t just aesthetically appealing, but also provide the superior strength needed in an offshore sportfish yacht.
Technical Data:
LOA - 22.6 m (74.2ft) with bow pulpit
Length - 21.45 m
Beam - 5.70 m
Draft - 1.82 m
Displacement - 52.8 t
Fuel Capacity - 7600 l
Water Capacity - 1323 l
Engines - 2 x MTU 12V 1825hp, 16V 2200hp
Project - Zuccon International Project exterior, Marty A. Lowe Inc interior

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