This 2001 39 Bertram 390 “Salt Shaker” yacht for sale is in excellent condition and has had extensive upgrades in the past year. She is owned by a very knowledgeable owner/captain and she has been maintained very well and kept in Bristol condition. The Bertram 390 Convertible combined the classic elements of a Bertram sportfishing machine with newer Ferretti inspired styling. The deep-V hull of the 390 is pure is a stretched version of the company’s popular 37 Convertible hull with a stepped sheer, moderate beam, and a large fishing cockpit.
The Salon is entered through a swinging door from the cockpit. To port is an L shaped settee, underneath is a large storage area accessed by a hinged seat bottom. To starboard aft is a cabinet with two doors and a storage drawer. This contains the entertainment center with DVD player, stereo receiver and CD player. Above, is the flat panel TV. Forward to starboard is an L shaped dining settee. A fixed Granite top table on a custom base sits in front of the settee. Forward are four cabinet doors for general storage. The salon also has s a carpeted sole, cherry center-line handrails overhead, ten LED mini spots and an attractive cherry frame around the solid wood mini blinds.
Forward to port and two steps down is a complete mid-level galley. Features include a teak and holly sole, Princess two-burner stove, Norcold refrigerator/freezer, built-in microwave oven, and custom deep blue granite countertops with a seamless Corian sink.
The Master stateroom is forward and features an island centerline berth, indirect under-bed lighting, and two storage drawers below. Two directional reading lights are at the headboard. A carpeted step gives easier access to either side of the berth. To both port and starboard are three hinged storage lockers just below the headliner. Above the berth is an opening deck hatch with an Ocean Air sliding screen and shade. Aft to starboard is a two-door hanging locker.
The master head has a single stall-shower-equipped head is a quick step across
the companionway from the guest cabin and has a separate entrance to the master stateroom.
The guest cabin is fitted with side-by-side berths rather than the over/under bunks often found in traditional guest staterooms.
The 390 has a spacious helm deck area with flush-mounted electronics, dual captain’s chairs, and a comfortable L-shaped settee in front of the console.