Bertram Yachts and their use of Wood

Bertram Yachts 64' Sport Fishing Boat

Bertram Yachts are using traditional wood as one of a selection of boat building material on their new 64’ sport fisher. Sport-fishing is the field of boat building that Bertram Yachts is known for. They have been at it since the early 1960s.

Using the Bertram deep vee hull design that has in one size and shape or another is again the foundation for the new yacht as it has been for some 50 years now. Added to it Bertram used their Italian design and styling groups.

The new yacht made its first showing at the Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show that just now finished its successful 2011 run.

The teak lined cockpit shown is one area that wood is used in boat building by Bertram. Here, a refer/freezer as well as fish boxes, fishing pole storage, and a bait station deliver all that a sports fisherman would lust for to pursue his or her hobby.

Powered by 3,850 Hp the new 64′ Bertram is said to achieve over 45 mph at W.O.T.

Note should be also made that the parent company of Bertram Yachts,  has annonced that they have or are going to be re-financed again to weather the current economic conditions.

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