1972 Bertram 31 Flybridge Cruiser with many upgrades. Most of the heavy lifting has been done on this Ray Hunt classic. Original fiberglass fuel tank was replaced in 2007 with 204 gallon aluminum fuel tank with new fuel lines and fittings. Mercruiser 7.4 liter fresh water cooled engines - Port engine replaced in 1996, aprox. 750-780 hours - Stbd. engine overhauled in 2009, less than 100 hours since. Garmin 182 GPS, Raytheon SL70 radar, Apelco VHF, Hummingbird fishfinder, new Xantrex inverter, am/fm/cd player. Engine intake thru hulls and strainers and hoses replaced, Awlgrip hull and deck, new batteries 2012, new AC Electrical panel, new Jabsco toilet, new headliner in main cabin, hot water heater, cockpit hot/cold shower, teak and holly cabin sole, one piece side windows, teak swim platform, replacement side windows, 3 sided canvas bimini/enclosure, teak cockpit sole.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Bertram Yacht
Hull Shape: Deep Vee
LOA: 30 ft 7 in
Beam: 11 ft 2 in
Maximum Draft: 2 ft 9 in
Dry Weight: 10600 lbs
Manufacturer Provided Description
The last Silver Anniversary Editions of the Bertram 31 Flybridge Cruiser feature an oak wood interior and a contemporary color scheme. Outside is a characteristicly huge cockpit with a teak sole. Black and silver striping along with smoked window shading help highlight this model. Also standard is cockpit coaming padding, special bottom paint, aluminum rails, and a Blaupunkt stereo. But underneath, there's the same original hull design that raced through heavy, wind-whipped, ten-to-twelve-foot seas to win the roughest Miami to Nassau race ever held.
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