If you’re a boater or a yachtsman, you have surely heard the name Bertram—one of the few in the industry which can truly claim to be legendary. Bertram Yachts were made famous by pioneering the use of the deep-V hull design, which is still in use today.
But Bertrams have come a long way since their beginning, over 50 years ago. More lately, Bertram design influences includes Ferretti and Zuccon International, which resulted in interiors that push the bounds of luxury and opulence. Bertrams also feature the latest in technology, like gyroscopic anti-roll systems, exemplary communications and entertainment systems, and advanced window designs.
After years of advanced research and development, Bertram has taken luxury to the next level and built a sport fishing yacht of remarkable proportions. Leading the Bertram fleet into the future of sport fishing, the 80 delivers extreme powerand performance of a sport fishing vessel while exuding ultimate luxury and comfort. The 80 is built to adhere to customer requests from all over the world for the various uses that are preferred in a broad range of countries across the globe.
This grand yacht's design is the success of the marine industry's cutting-edge engineers and is crafted by marine professionals who are committed to maintain the ride and standards of excellence that Bertram is known for. The 80 features an advanced hull window design that is constructed with multiple layers of tempered glass. The optional forward window design actually brightens the interior of the salon while the hull windows are reinforced directly into the fiberglass hull for optimal hull strength. This state-of the-art window technology was exclusively designed and tested by Advanced Yacht Technology (AYT) to resist the roughest fishing conditions across the oceans.
At high speeds, the rapid formation and collapse of vapor pockets from the water can cause cavitation, a common cause of structural damage to propellers for any boat manufacturer. AYT has successfully identified how to modify the struts in order to dissipate cavitations, thereby minimizing maintenance issues, gaining better fuel economy and enhancing engine performance. The 80 also features the exclusive ARG (Anti-rolling Gyro) technology as a standard, which suppresses rolling motion and reduces rolling angle by up to 50 percent, which enables guests to enjoy a smoother and more pleasant ride.
In order to maximize all space on board to create more comfortable living space in both the interior and exterior of the yacht, the 80 has been designed with a generous, extended cockpit that provides ample space for a plethora of activities or entertainment on board. The cockpit is configured for an "L-shaped" mezzanine lounge seating with a fixed cockpit table, an essential entertainment and relaxation area. A supplementary day head is also integrated into the main salon level for easier entry for guests from the cockpit.
This yacht is endowed with beautiful white oak wood as a standard and optional exotic African mahogany for the interiors. The ultra luxurious full beam master offers sweeping views of the open ocean with large porthole windows, which surround the master suite. The 80 features a four cabin layout and offers multiple layout options for the master staterooms that can be customized upon request. This layout offers multiple crew cabin quarters that can also be modified to accommodate separate male and female crew quarters. The first, an aft crew cabin for two, can be accessed from the cockpit with additional entry to the engine room. The second optional crew cabin is located forward of the galley, which is perfect to accommodate a hostess, butler or personal chef. For those who would rather opt for extra storage space, this optional crew cabin can also be converted into a large walk-in pantry.
This vessel is built for supreme sport fishing and Bertram is known to make fishing a comfortable experience, providing a fully equipped yacht for every fisherman's needs. Longitudinal fish boxes are placed next to the fighting chair to easily store any catch of the day and larger rod locker storage on the port side is incorporated under the spiral staircase for access from the cockpit mezzanine area.