2002 Bertram 39 Convertible "Witt's End"
The Bertram 390 Convertible is a sport fisherman that combines a deep-V hull with the needs of tournament anglers. The interior of the 390 Convertible can be compared to much larger boats. It was developed to satisfy the sport fisherman, yet deliver the comfort of a cruising boat. The salon - galley - dinette layout is spacious and practical. There is room to relax or entertain in comfort with a full complement of standard features and amenities. The second cabin is unique, with side by side twin berths instead of the more common over and under berths. Unusual for a boat of this size is the elevated cocktail area forward of the dinette. On the practical side, particular attention was paid to the organization and layout of the engine room. The fuel tank was put amidships to minimize the effect of fuel load on trim. It also acts as an effective insulator of noise and engine room heat for the forward cabin area. The careful layout of major components makes maintenance very easy. Even in the unlikely necessity of removing an engine or generator, the 390 has been designed so that this can be done without major surgery to the boat.
Master forward with large island double berth, storage and drawers underneath, hanging locker to starboard aft, storage cabinets lining the outboard walls both port and starboard, entertainment center to port along with private access to head aft. Head is electric with overboard discharge, holding tank, and macerator pump out. There is a large stall shower and corian countertops. Across to starboard is the guest stateroom with side by side bunks and hanging locker. Mid level galley aft to port followed aft by the spacious salon with dinette and custom L settee with storage underneath. Rod storage overhead in salon