1976, Bertram 31 Flybridge Cruiser

Bertram 31 Flybridge Cruiser1976

67500.00Charleston, SC

MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION

  • Year: 1976
  • Length: 31'
  • Price: 67500.00
  • Located in Charleston, SC
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
  • YW# 2346336

Billfish is a well maintained and constantly upgraded example of thie popular classic. She was repowered in 2009 with 315hp, 6LPA-STP2 Yanmars which have only 400 hrs. At that time she recieved new props, dripless shafts, new 230 gal. fuel tanks, a new head, and a new Furuno FCV 620 Bottom Machine. She has a Garmin GPS 205. A full day to the gulfstream (50 miles each way) uses only 100 gal. of fuel. A reliable economical package for the serious fisherman.

Specs

Designer: Bertram Yacht

Measures

length Overall: 30.58 ft
Max Draft: 2.75 ft
Beam Measure: 11.17 ft

ENGINES

Engine Brand:Yanmar
Year Built: 2009
Engine Model:6LPA-STP2
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Hours: 800
Engine Power:315|horsepower

Engine Brand:Yanmar
Year Built: 1986
Engine Model:6LPA-STP2
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Hours: 800
Engine Power:215|horsepower

Tanks

Fresh Water Tanks:1(18 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1(222 Gallons)

Accommodations

Number of double berths:
Number of cabins:
Number of heads:

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Manufacturer Provided Description
The last Silver Anniversary Editions of the Bertram 31 Flybridge Cruiser feature an oak wood interior and a contemporary color scheme. Outside is a characteristicly huge cockpit with a teak sole. Black and silver striping along with smoked window shading help highlight this model. Also standard is cockpit coaming padding, special bottom paint, aluminum rails, and a Blaupunkt stereo. But underneath, there''s the same original hull design that raced through heavy, wind-whipped, ten-to-twelve-foot seas to win the roughest Miami to Nassau race ever held.