58' BERTRAM 58 CONVERTIBLE SPORTFISHER (1981)

58' BERTRAM 58 CONVERTIBLE SPORTFISHER (1981)

58' BERTRAM 58 CONVERTIBLE SPORTFISHER (1981)

The Bertram 58 Convertible is quiet and amazingly controllable: a deft, lively communion between ship and sea. The bridge is more than a high visibility control center. It's an enormous party platform - as big as some dance floors. The 168-square-foot cockpit can hold two fighting chairs and a prep center and still have running-around room for a couple of mates. Her twin turbo-charged diesels provide top speeds of 26 miles an hour, comfortable cruising at 22 miles an hour, and a cruising range of 500 miles with standard 1300-gallon tanks. Do us a favor. When you get it, don't flaunt it. Men don't buy Bertrams for glitter. For 40 years, they've bought Bertrams because they work, because they're fast and smooth and hold together through hundreds of hours of heavy going without plinkety-dinking apart.

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Listed by Bay Yachts, Inc.

THIS BOAT IS SUBJECT TO AN EXCLUSIVE LISTING AGREEMENT WITH THE BROKER LISTED ABOVE AND IS NOT OFFERED FOR SALE BY DICK SIMON YACHTS. Dick Simon Yachts is merely providing this information in an effort to represent you as a buyer in the purchase of this vessel.

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$199,000.00

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Obviously this is a luxury cruiser. The spaciousness, the abundance of mellow teak, the valanced cathode lighting, the soft thickness of deep pile carpeting, the trim fit of custom draperies, the recessed color television, stereo - all is designed to allow maximum warmth, style and space. The choice of furnishings and fabrics is virtually unlimited through Bertram's custom interior services.

Twelve can sit for dinner. The 58 Convertible sleeps up to eight people with four cabins and three private bathrooms with showers. The master stateroom features a queen-size bed with walk-around room (or optional twin berths), two wardrobe lockers, drawers in the nightstand and under the bed, and the niceties of shoji screens over the portlights, even a telephone jack. The master bath is equally elegant, with an extra large shower, marbleized vanity, and full-length mirror on the door.

The 58 Convertible also has spring-loaded rubber mounting devices, baffles on the air intakes, three different kinds of insulation, generators placed well away from sleeping quarters - everything to make the Bertram as quiet and functional as can be. The custom aluminum fuel tanks are even positioned to keep the weight as low as possible for the best balance.

But the massive nobility and style of the Bertram 58' Convertible make it a little hard to play humble.

Take John and Willie. As low-key and unassuming a pair of guys as you'd want to meet. Fishing buddies since fourth grade. Neither dreaming then they'd own and captain something as imposing as Bertram's new king of sportsyachting. Nor how big John would make it in real estate before he hit thirty.

So what happens? Together they study the big three in sportfishing. And pick the Bertram 58' for their dream machine. Because of its resounding functionalism.

"More fishing room. More living room. Better components. Fast. And dry, very dry."

The cockpit is a huge 168 sq. ft., nearly 17% larger than some sportfishermen two feet longer. The bridge is the size of a dance floor, seats ten, with an optional aft helm station and wet bar. Most of all, she is all Bertram, a masterpiece of sleek deep-V speed and control and boondocks-tough construction (which may be why the Bertrams at Cozumel's Puerto de Abrigo outnumbered anything else.) To find out for yourself. You'll find out why Bertrams are first choice around the world, why the sun never sets on the Bertram Empire.

The next thing you know, we catch them steaming into exotic Cozumel, Mexico, fresh from the Yucatan Channel teeming with sailfish, s ix release flags flying, a 30 pound wahoo in the well for dinner, Dom Perignon on ice. an electric concert grand piano in the salon, and two sleek blondes on the bow. Not exactly the low profile entrance one associates with Bertram's sturdy image.

It turns out there was a fairly nonfunctional appeal that loomed large in John's mind. "The most handsome interiors of anything in her class."

The salon has plenty of room for a convertible sofa and extra sleeping space. It's furnished with several lounge chairs, a cocktail and dining table or a full dinette, and a wetbar with an ice maker, sink and wine storage. The galley is a sunny, open expanse of teak and butcher-block counter space. Standard equipment includes a dishwasher, a double stainless steel sink, an oven with a rotisserie, a four-burner stove, and a two-door upright refrigerator and freezer with an automatic ice maker. There's plenty of cabinet space and a handsome vinyl tile floor.

Both the guest and forward staterooms sleep two in each on extra thick foam mattresses, both with private access to complete bathrooms, and both with hanging lockers and stowage. A ladder in the forward stateroom provides easy access to the deck above. Below, there's an engine room that's a model of function. It's open on both sides of the huge engines with stand-up headroom, so even the grouchiest mechanic works better. There is access from either cockpit or companionway. Wiring systems are neat, compact and color-coded. All through-hull fittings and fasteners are silica bronze.

She sleeps eight. Three cabins each have their own private head and shower. The master's stateroom has a queen-size bed. Standard equipment does not include a concert grand piano in the salon, but there's room for one. With galley and dining area up in the sunshine, not sunk below decks.

The bridge on the 58 Convertible is simply enormous. It can seat nine people plus the captain and still have room for the optional aft controls and a complete wetbar with an ice maker, refrigerator, sink and storage. The helmsman seat is centered, with excellent docking visibility and everything on the control panel within easy reach. The large cockpit has stowage lockers port and starboard and padding along the coaming. There's also a six-foot fish box. The deep-V hull is structured from high-impact, immaculately hand-laid fiberglass with the color bonded right into the gelcoat, so that maintenance is minimal. There is even a sand-frosted bottom, so every coat of antifouling paint applied gets a better grip.

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