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Introduced in 1970 and remaining in production for the next 15 years, only a handful of boats in her class approached the Bertram 35 Convertible in owner popularity. She was the recipient of many updates and modifications during her long production run, and used models remained in demand for many years after the last hull was delivered in 1986. While many owners enjoyed the Bertram 35 as a versatile family cruiser, shes most at home as a fishing boat where her large cockpit and precise handling qualities are most appreciated. Below, there are accommodations for four in the 35s cozy interior where the galley is to port in the salon and the head has a separate stall shower. In 1981 the MK II model came out with an updated flybridge layout, and the following year the original vinyl-over-plywood cockpit sole was replaced with a fiberglass solea big improvement since the plywood tended to rot. In 1984 teak cabinets and trim replaced the original woodgrain mica decor. Big-block gas engines were standard in the Bertram 35 (1820 knots cruise), however most were diesel powered with 215hp Cummins engines (1618 knots cruise) or 300hp Cats (2324 knots cruise) among the most popular.
Overview Classic Bertram convertible with distinctive profile ranks among the best 35-footers ever produced.
Features Large cockpit has space for two anglers and their gear. Single-stateroom/galley-up interior boasts comfortable salon with convertible sofa, head with stall shower, lower-level day berth, copious storage.
Comments Teak interior replaced original mica decor in 1984. Original vinyl-over-plywood cockpit sole updated in 1982 with fiberglass sole.
Performance Cruise at 20 knots with standard gas engines; 22 knots with optional 320hp Cat diesels.