If you are looking to buy a used or new
Bertram Yachts 510 Convertible
yacht, we have all the information you need.
List price for the
is $1,010,000.00, with a bottom price of
$513,050.00, typical price of
$583,000.00 and top price of
features 2 800 HP Diesel engine
and is 55 feet in length.
hull is made of fiberglass,
features a 16 foot 2 inch
beam and weighs in at a net
The 510 Convertible was manufactured during the years: .
The most popular sales locations by state for the 510 Convertible are: South Carolina, Washington, New Jersey, Alabama, Illinois, Wisconsin, California, Louisiana, Ohio, Tennessee, Michigan, North Carolina, Florida, Virginia, Delaware, Georgia, Missouri, New York, Minnesota and Texas.
Critics describe the Bertram 510 Convertible as a sports fishing yacht that is built for adventure. Whether its a weekend trip to the Caribbean or breaking into Aegean Sea waters, the Bertram 510 can provide for your transportation, shelter, luxury, entertainment, and sporting needs. Bigger Bertram ships like 570 Convertible and 605 Convertible have wide walk-arounds and anti-roll gyro technology. The 510 convertible shares this safety features. This 51-foot long, fiberglass hulled ship is not unlike a small cruise yacht. Its beam width measures 163”. It has a wide cockpit in its forward flybridge with U-shaped seating, and an even roomier main and lower decks. And more room space means more amenities.
Guests can enjoy alfresco dining at the flybridge, just like in 670 Convertible. Just pull out the extra dinner table and you and your fishing buddies or party guests can enjoy dinner cooked onboard. The flybridge has icebox or refrigerator to keep caught fish fresh. The icebox can also serve as storage for wine and other drinks to complete a perfect dinner. Despite the added luxuries, the 510 is still a dedicated fishing boat. Thus, fishing gears and equipments are available onboard. The main deck is very spacious, thus storage is not a problem. Theres also a ref, icebox, wash basin, sink and cutting table. Other features include a live-bait storage area, large fish box, and extra storage space to hide auxiliary fishing equipments like sink, lines, doughnut floats, and nets. When the night beckons, the owners can simply retire at the lower deck that contains a spacious cabin with beds and entertainment system.