Well Maintained Bertram 630, four (4) Stateroom, three (3) head layout. Owner very motivated.
Classic convertible styling, 40-knot speed, and the only stairway bridge access in her class characterize the 630 Convertible, Bertram’s replacement for the hugely popular Bertram 60 Convertible built from 1990 through 2005. To boost her top-end speed, Bertram engineers gave the 630 less transom deadrise than her deep-V predecessor in addition to adding a pair of long prop pockets to reduce the shaft angles. The bottom is solid fiberglass, and a long keel provides excellent directional stability. Available with four staterooms, the high-gloss cherry interior includes the latest in luxury appointments as well as the same high level of fit and finish one expects in a Bertram yacht. From the cockpit, the circular bridge access stairway is easier to navigate than a traditional bridge ladder. (Note that on the closed bridge model, the stairwell is inside the salon.) Topside, the 630’s state-of-the-art flybridge is large enough to accommodate a small crowd. Additional features include two 25-kw gensets, central vacuum system, and a bow pulpit.