New Boats

These yachts will be making a splash at the Palm Beach International Boat Show.


Allied Marine will be displaying the new Bertram 80, the largest boat Bertram has ever built. While designing the 80, the team at Bertram took into account customer recommendations, and the end result is a yacht designed with fishing ability to satisfy the demands of even the most obsessed angler, as well as creature comforts that will keep the family aboard. A four-stateroom layout and extended cockpit with a fixed table make this boat well suited for entertaining aboard and cruising with family and friends.

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Vicem Yachts will be showing the 54 IPS, the first Vicem model to carry the Volvo Penta IPS Drive System. Some other new features? She has the first "all white" exterior color scheme offered by Vicem, and her extended hardtop reaches all the way aft to cover the entire cockpit. Thanks to the space saved by the IPS, the 54 IPS has a three-stateroom layout, with a king-sized walk around berth and en suite head in the master.

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Bayliss Boatworks will be displaying their newest, the 68-foot Uno Mas. Their 11th hull, Uno Mas was built for an owner who spared no expense in attention to detail. The helm features a FLIR night vision system, two radars, multiple SAT phones, sonar, and GPS and the vessel has capacity for 2,600 gallons of fuel and 450 gallons of water. And fishing is what this boat was made for-she has stowage for rods and reels in spades, hidden in customized, air-actuated lockers.