Bertram’s 570 Convertible is a versatile 36-knot fishing vessel with three staterooms and three heads. It replaced the builder’s popular 54-foot convertible. Features include a bulkhead tackle center with a sink, freezer and livewell, a removable tuna-size fish box in the sole, and an insulated transom fish box for the mahi. The galley was arranged with a standard standing fridge or with undercounter refrigeration.
At press time, two Bertram 570 Convertibles were on the market, priced at $769,000 and $825,000.
From the Archive
“After running the new 570 Convertible, I can say the 54’s passing will not be mourned for long. Adding a bit of length to a planing hull form without adding significant weight typically has a positive effect on performance, and there is no better example of this than the 570, which is the 54 with 3 feet added to her transom. She rises more easily to a plane than the 54 and, at speed, trims slightly less, about 4 degrees.”
— Yachting, October 2007