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This Bertram is a 35-foot flybridge that pays homage to the builder’s roots.
om e t h i ng fa m i l i a r caught my eye. It was the forward house structure with curved corner windshields, a bridge brow and a flybridge. They were instantly recognizable Bertram trademarks. But this recently introduced 35-footer is a thoroughly modern interpretation of the builder’s classic 31. The resurrected company is reintroducing the Bertram brand with this Michael Peters-penned
Smodel that’s based on the Bertram 31. The new incarnation combines traditional styling with modern features. The 35 has an oversize cockpit ready for any fish-fighting fanatic, plus an amenties-filled interior.
The salon is accented with teak and maple Amtico soles and overhead dimmer lighting. A wainscot-style ceiling houses rod stowage for big-game gear. A galley to starboard has a microwave, two-burner