35′ 1″ (10.69m) 2019 BERTRAM


35′ 1″ (10.69m) 2019 BERTRAM

Length: 35′ 1″ (10.69m) | Year: Convertible Sportfish

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This new Bertram 35, based on the foundation of the original 31s, features a large 188 sq. ft. cockpit, dual Yanmar 440 mHP diesel engines and 360 joystick system. On deck, you’ll find two large fish boxes plumbed for crushed ice maker, 30-gallon live bait will with aquarium view, port and starboard engine boxes with cushioned lounge seating and removable back rests, on single hydraulic engine box hatch, allowing standing access to engines and Mase generator .
The modern interior is completely wrapped in near military-grade, frameless, molded glass, and features a custom teak dinette table that doubles as a double berth, U-shaped dinette seating with storage behind and underneath cushions, Corian counter tops, over sized sink with hot/cold functions, convection cook-top, microwave and Subzero refrigerator/freezer with ice maker.
Amtico flooring runs throughout interior. The queen berth stateroom features a 24″ LED Smart TV, cedar-lined hanging locker with built-in privacy enclosure feature to stateroom, and LED overhead lighting on dimmer switches.
The spacious wet-head offers hot/cold shower functions, Corian counter tops and porcelain sink – with storage below and throughout mirrored cabinetry.
Engine room is complete with vibration dampening isolators, sound absorption insulation, Twin Disc running gears, engine driven alternators, dual Racor filters and custom exhaust. LED lighting allows captains and mates to work at any hour.
The molded deep-vee fiberglass hull, deck, and FRP components are infused with vinylester composite using advanced techniques and technologies. The hull is reinforced with Kevlar and strengthened with Keel and strakes running through the centerline in a structural grid, for added support – ensuring the durability and longevity of each hull. Advanced engineering allows for a 13-degree deadrise and a shallow 2’6” draft.

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