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2008 Bertram 630 Enclosed Flybridge

The Bertram 630 Enclosed FB is an ideal sport fishing yacht, yet not compromising on luxury and comfort. Interior stairs lead safely and securely to the spacious flybridge. The interior layout is spacious with an ergonomic design. The Bertram 630 is designed to increase manoeuvrability and operate with a cleaner wake at different speeds. Powerful engines are housed in the cleanly designed engine room (boasting custom designed ventilation systems to reduce moisture and salt). This is a great performing sport fishing yacht with a comfortable, well designed and well finished interior.

General
ShipyardBertram
Model630 Enclosed FB
Year2008
Length67 Feet
EnginesMTU
LocationUnited Arab Emirates
PriceUSD 1,990,000
Dimension

LOA: 66 ft 9 in
Beam: 18 ft 0 in
LWL: 55 ft 6 in
Length on Deck: 63 ft 2 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 3 in
Bridge Clearance: 20 ft 0 in
Dry Weight: 90672 lbs

Deck Fittings

Large swim platform

Transom Door

Large live belt in transom

Teak Release fighting Chair

Salt water wash down

Cockpit Shower with hot and cold water

Cockpit freezer

Ladder leading to Flybridge

Cockpit sun cover

Handrail on walkaround and foredeck

Outriggers

Lewmar electric windlass

Upper stb docking station with helm, engines micro commands and Bow Thruster joystick

Accommodation

The salon interior is first-class with real cherrywood cabinetry and teak and holly galley soles.

Grab rails in the salon and in front of all doors are first class – there are never too many places to acquire a steadying handhold in rough weather. An elegant wood grab rail down the salon overhead sports a molded fiberglass insert to protect the fabric of the overhead itself, a functional addition of which I took note.

The galley is a cook’s delight, especially if the cook likes to fish. Bertram designers deliberately left an unobstructed line of sight in all directions, from the four-burner undercounter cooktop to the two fridge and two freezer Sub Zero pull-out drawer units, the dishwasher, the compactor, or the microwave/convection oven. Your mate can easily make a sandwich assembly line and still watch the baits or keep an eye out for birds and tailing fish.

The most oustanding design feature of the Bertram 630 is the amount of storage space in the living quarters. Under the master stateroom, which is to port and properly located as far aft as possible, there is an enormous amount of lazarette storage that’s usually overlooked or inaccessible in most boats. This is in addition to the many hanging lockers, drawers and cabinets found throughout. There are even six mirrored lockers over a 7-foot-long countertop and hand basin in the head. The mirrored panels seem to make the head look even bigger than it actually is, and the amount of space for necessities and personal effects surpasses that of a lot of onshore accommodations.

The bridge access is via a unique circular stairway offering quick and easy ascent or descent and is more secure and easier to navigate than almost any bridge ladder.

Electronics

EPIRB

2 x MTU 12v M92 engines, 1,800 HP each at 2,450 Rpm

ZF Engines micro commands

Diesel Center engines LCD Displays

2 x Icom IC-M604 Marine VHF

Side Power Bow Thruster

Simrad AP25 Autopilot

Northstar 8000i Nightvision camera and LCD TV

Northstar 6000i LCD Screen

Furuno RD-30 GPS

Furuno Navnet Radar

Furuno Navnet GPS Plotter

Engines / Machinery

Engines
Engine Brand: MTU
Engine Model: 12V M93
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Cruising Speed: 36 mph
Maximum Speed: 41 mph
Range: 350 mi
Engine Hours: 560

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (350 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (1849 Gallons)

Machinery

Easily accessed thru cockpit hatch

A single athwartship fuel tank, which actually forms the forward engine room bulkhead, is perfectly positioned so as to preserve a uniform center of gravity regardless of fuel loads. Aft of the engine room is a machinery space that allows easy servicing of the two 23-kW Kohler gensets and all air-conditioning and refrigeration compressors. A Leeson pump allows easy oil changes with either an oil reservoir or 5-gallon plastic containers. Oil and fuel filters are inboard of the big engines for ease of maintenance. The entire engine room sparkles with easy-to-clean Awlgrip surfaces.

There are fuel sight gauges with Lexan tubes and a protective outer shell of aluminum. All the freshwater plumbing is color-coded – blue for cold and red for hot. The batteries are heavy-duty, lead-acid and placed in a spot for easy servicing. And speaking of service friendly, the engine room’s overhead hatches allow an “undressed” main engine (with some bits and pieces removed) to be lifted out for major overhaul or repair.

Bertram adds an interesting shut-off mechanism for the raw-water intakes – not the usual marine seacock, but a heavy-duty, industrial butterfly valve and a “crash valve” for emergency induction bilge pumping from either main engine.

2 Mastervolt 24/2500 Transformers

Quicksilver Ignition Protected Galvanix Isolator

Cruisair cockpit freezer compressor

A/C compressors

Glendenning Mastercable

Raccor Filters

2 Kohler generators, 23kw each

2 Dolphin 24v/100A Battery Charger

Dolphin 12v/10A Battery Charger

Vanner 60Amp Voltmaster High Efficiency Battery Equalizer

FCI Aquamizer Water Maker

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