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The Bertram 50 Convertible ranks among the best-selling sportfishing boats her size ever produced. Combining handsome lines, quality construction, and excellent performance, the Bertram 50 was a state-of-the-art boat in her day with few serious competitors. Built on a rugged deep-V hull with cored hullsides and moderate beam, her superb seakeeping and handling qualities are almost legendary. Most Bertram 50 Convertibles were sold with a standard three-stateroom interior with galley and dinette forward in the salon, a choice of teak or light oak woodwork, and two queen staterooms. An alternate two-stateroom, galley-down layout with breakfast bar was also popular for those favoring a more spacious salon. All interiors featured Corian galley counters, under-counter refrigeration, built-in entertainment center, central vacuum system, and overhead rod storage in the salon. Topside, a wraparound helm console can accommodate big-screen video displays. A transom door with gate, removable in-deck fish box, livewell, and bait prep center with sink were standard in the 108 square-foot cockpit. Detroit 735hp 8V92 diesels cruise the Bertram 50 Convertible at 2224 knots (high 20s top).
Overview Legendary tournament machine combined muscular styling with state-of-the-art construction, executive-class accommodations.
Features Several two- and three-stateroom floorplans offered over the years, each with lavish salon, amidships master with queen berth. Cockpit is among the largest in her class.
Comments Updated in 1994 with larger salon windows, restyled flybridge. Considered among the best big-game sportfishing yachts ever built.
Performance Cruise at 24 knots with 735hp 8V92s; 26-27 knots with MAN 820hp diesels.