New Bertram 700 Interior Isn’t Fishy - 10/29/2008
Bertram 700 master
Capt. Smith
admires the
large portlight
in the master 
of the 700.
bertram 700 dinette
The Bertram’s dinette seats 4 anglers comfortably and has plenty of light.
Bertram 700 galley
Capt. Smith measures the galley countertop which has plenty of room for plating.
Bertram 700 furniture
Custom-built furniture
(not built-ins) is comfortable
and has storage.

Several weeks ago we showed you the business end of the new Bertram 700, the flying bridge and engine room. Today we’re treating you to a video visit through the interior of this noteworthy convertible. She has four staterooms and all of the amenities one would expect in a 70’ yacht built by a division of the Ferretti Group. Bertram combines the best of two marine traditions – the rugged hull and machinery upon which Bertram built its reputation, and the style and elegance which are the hallmarks of Italian design. See this boat at the Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show and make your own judgment of how the two cultures complement each other.

See Italian plush styling and good interior space utilization.

See what makes her a dreadnaught among battlewagons.

For a VIP tour of the Bertram 700 at the Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show, Oct. 30- Nov 2, sign up here.