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  • Yacht Details 70' Bertram 1971
  • Location Marina Del Rey, CA
  • Engines Detroit
  • Days on MarketInquire
  • Last UpdatedMar 30, 2020
  • Asking Price$350,000
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Yacht Description

Exceptional Refit on this Bertram Cockpit Motor Yacht.  Interior and mechanical in like new condition.

  • Bottom striped and epoxy sealer
  • New Bottom Paint
  • New Shaft Struts
  • New Propellers
  • New 16Kw kohler Generator (10 hours)
  • New Aluminum Fuel Tanks
  • New Plastic Holding Tank
  • New Fresh Water Tank
  • New Battery Chargers
  • LED Lighting
  • LED Navigation Lights
  • New Electrical Wiring and Panel
  • New Windlass and Chain
  • New Anchor Stem
  • New SS Railings
  • New Canvas
  • New Macralon Enclosure on Bridge
  • New Quite Flush Heads
  • Total Interior Refit
  • New Galley Appliances
  • New Fire Extinguishers and USCG Safety Gear
  • Marine Survey July 2019 w Recommendations Addressed
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  • Make Detroit
  • Model 8V92TA
  • Fuel Diesel
  • Hours
  • Type Inboard
  • Drive Type Direct


  • Cruising Speed: 21 kn
  • Maximum Speed: 25 kn
  • Beam: 15' 1''
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Max Draft: 5'
  • Fuel Tank: 3 x 386|gallon
  • Fresh Water: 2 x 111|gallon
  • Holding: 1 x 80|gallon
  • Cabins: 3
  • Heads: 2

Description From Survey 7/23

John R. Prentice Surveyor


  • Full forward is a stainless steel bow roller with one stainless steel anchor controlled by a vertical electric windlass with chain and rope gypsies and foot and helm controls.
  • The anchor windlass is mounted on a raised platform.
  • A single stainless steel bow rail runs aft to the end of the foredeck.
  • The decks are a painted grit non-skid and there are wood capped sides about 10 inches wide that run aft from the foredeck to the cockpit to act as a walking side deck.
  • There is a stainless steel grab rail on the deckhouse.
  • On the foredeck is an aluminum and acrylic hatch followed by a rise in the deck that becomes the lower deckhouse and this has a second aluminum and acrylic hatch.
  • Moving aft, the deck rises again to the main deckhouse which has five fixed forward windows and the flybridge above.
  • Full aft is the professionally added cockpit which has new fuel tanks below the floor.
  • On the forward bulkhead of the cockpit is a set of electronic engine controls and at the aft starboard end of the cockpit is a door leading to the swim platform which has a fold-down stainless steel swim ladder.
  • Moving forward from the cockpit and up a three step stainless steel and teak ladder is a mezzanine deck with storage lockers on the port and starboard sides and a stainless steel and teak ladder leading up to the flybridge.
  • The flybridge has a helm station, forward, with an aluminum and teak wheel, electronic engine controls, electronics, engine gauges, two padded seats on both sides of the helm and an L-shaped settee aft.
  • The flybridge is covered by a wood and fiberglass arch, a marine grade canvas bimini and has a full marine grade canvas and acrylic enclosure.
  • Moving forward from the mezzanine deck through a sliding glass door is the vessel interior.

Below Decks:

  • Below and full forward is a chain locker followed by a V-berth with a ladder leading to the foredeck in the center of the room.
  • There are drawers and storage below the V-berth.
  • Aft of the berth, to starboard, is a padded seat with a combination washer/dryer and a microwave oven above and outboard.
  • To port is a head with a newer electric toilet, Formica countertops, a porcelain sink, a hand shower fawcett, tile floor, multiple storage lockers and a mirror.
  • Moving aft and up two steps is the galley with Formica countertop, stainless steel double sink, a four burner electric cooktop, a two-door side-by-side stainless steel refrigerator/freezer with an ice maker inside, multiple storage lockers and drawers.
  • To port is a U-shaped dinette with storage below. Engine room access is via a hatch in the galley floor.
  • Aft and up one step is the lower salon with an L-shaped couch, to port, a chair to starboard, a large flat screen TV and storage lockers.
  • Aft and down four steps, to starboard, is a head with granite countertop, newer electric toilet, porcelain sink, a mirror and a tiled stall shower with a seat.
  • To port is a guest cabin with a double berth with storage below, a hanging locker, an end table with drawers and a flat screen TV.
  • Full aft is the owner’s cabin with a partial head, to starboard, with granite countertop, porcelain sink, tiled stall shower with seat, and a mirror.
  • The owner’s cabin has a centerline queen berth, aft, with an end table on each side with storage and access doors to the steering system inside.
  • Forward, to port, is a desk/vanity. The cabin also has multiple drawers, storage lockers and carpeting on the floor.
  • Moving aft and up three steps from the lower salon is the upper salon which has an L-shaped couch, to starboard, two occasional tables and a built-in cabinet, forward, which has another set of electronic engine controls, a remote VHF microphone and an opening locker housing a set of engine gauges.
  • At the aft end of this salon is the sliding door leading to the cockpit.


  • The hull is solid fiberglass.
  • Decks and deckhouse are Philippine mahogany-cored fiberglass.
  • Thru hulls are bronze with bronze and stainless steel ball valves. All accessible valves were tested and found to be operational. The rudders are bronze.
  • The interior joinery is plywood with vinyl covering, hardwood veneers and solid teak trim.
  • The flooring is teak and holly veneered plywood, plywood, carpeting and tile.
  • Bulkheads are hardwood veneered plywood and vinyl covered plywood.
  • The stringers are fiberglass and foam. The three deck hatches are made of aluminum and acrylic.
  • There are eleven fixed aluminum and glass windows and eight fixed flush windows made of glass.
  • There are twelve hull ports aluminum and acrylic opening hull ports and one aluminum and glass sliding door.



  • VHF: Icom ICM-424G on the fly bridge with a remote mic below at the Nav station.
  • GPS: 2019 Garmin
  • AUTO PILOT: Robertson AP 300X (see recommendations).
  • RADAR: 2019 Garmin
  • COMPASS: Richie 5” Mechanical.
  • NAVIGATION LIGHTS: 12 volt steaming, running, deck and anchor lights.
  • ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT: Aetna digital tachometers at the lower Nav station.

Equipment And Systems


  • STOVE: GE four burner electric cooktop.
  • REFRIGERATION: LG two door side-by-side stand-up stainless steel refrigerator/freezer with an icemaker inside.
  • ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS: Samsung flat screen TV, a Phillips flat screen TV, a Vizio flat screen TV and a blue ray DVD player.
  • WATER HEATER: GE, 19.9 gallon, A/C.
  • PRESSURE WATER: 12 volt on demand.
  • TOILETS: Newer Jabsco full size electric toilet in the forward head and a newer Techma electric toilet in the midship’s head.
  • MISC: Mathers Micro Commander electronic engine controls at three stations and a Splendide combination washer/dryer.



  • AC/110 VOLT: One 50 amp, 220 volt marine grade shore power cord attached to a splitter with two 30 amp new locking shore power inlets.
  • PROTECTION: As Required.
  • BATTERY CHARGER: Two newer Master Volt 24/20/3 24 volt chargers and a Pro Sport 20 dual bank 12 volt charger.
  • MISC: 110 volt ground fault protected outlets throughout and a HPS 120/240 Buck Boost isolation transformer.
  • DC: BATTERIES: Starting: Four 12 volt lead acid engine starting batteries and one 12 volt sealed lead acid generator starting battery, all enclosed and secured in the engine room. House: Four 6 volt lead acid batteries enclosed and secured in the engine room.
  • BATTERY CHARGING: Main engine alternators and AC/110 chargers (see recommendations).
  • SHIP’S LIGHTING: 12 and 110 volt.

Machinery & Systems


  • MAIN ENGINE: Two Detroit 8V92TA turbo diesels, 8 cylinders 650 horsepower each engine, with unknown hours on the engines, serial number for port engine: AVF098466 and starboard engine AVF100650.
  • COOLING SYSTEMS: NewClosed loop fresh water with salt water heat exchanger.
  • FUEL PUMPS: One mechanical and one electric on each engine.
  • FUEL FILTERS: Dual Racors and engine.
  • EXHAUST SYSTEMS: Wet injection riser.
  • ENGINE ALARMS: Low Oil Pressure and High Heat.
  • ENGINE CONTROLS: Electronic controls at three stations.
  • VENTILATION: Natural and electric blowers.
  • ENGINE BEDS: Fiberglass and steel stringers with steel and shock type motor mounts.
  • RUNNING GEAR: 2 ½ inch stainless steel shafts exiting through PSS dripless shaft glands supported by two new struts, per engine, and turning 3 bladed 34 x 34 bronze propellers.
  • SHIP’S STEERING: Hydraulic pump at the helm with a belted hydraulic boost pump on one engine and a hydraulic cylinder at the rudders.
  • GENERATORS: New Kohler 16 EKOZD diesel, 15 KW, 4 cyl in a sound shield, serial number SGM32JTH8, with 8.1 hours per digital Kohler hour meter.


  • CANVAS: The bimini was black with gold stripes and the flybridge enclosure was solid black marine grade fabric and acrylic in excellent condition.

Tanks And Systems


  • FUEL TANKS: Three, new, aluminum, 1160 gallons total (per tank labels) located below the cockpit sole,
  • FILL POINTS: top of tanks.
  • VENTED: Overboard.
  • WATER TANKS: Two, plastic, 222 gallons (as reported) located below the aft berth.
  • HOLDING TANK: One plastic, 80 gallon with Y valve, macerator and deck pump out, located in the generator room.


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