Bertram Yachts unveils Palm Beach show schedule

Bertram Yachts said it will join the 31st annual Palm Beach International Boat Show next week.
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Bertram Yachts said it will join the 31st annual Palm Beach International Boat Show next week along Flagler Drive in downtown West Palm Beach, Fla.

The international event, set for March 17-20, will feature more than $1 billion worth of yachts, boats and accessories from the world’s leading marine manufacturers, including hundreds of boats ranging from superyachts nearing 300 feet to small inflatables and other tenders, center consoles, picnic boats and sportfishers, including Bertram Yachts.

Bertram will be at Ramp 5, slips 519 and 520. Celebrating the design and legacy of Bertram, the builder will feature the White Tornado. She is a '31 Bertram designed by Russ Specht. The '31 Specht raceboat started racing in 1967 and raced through 1971. White Tornado won the 1969 Naples Trophy, with Francesco Cosentino driving.

“We are excited to be part of the Palm Beach International Boat Show this year,” Bertram Yachts general manager Susan Davids said in a statement. “It is giving us a chance to reconnect with our Bertram community in an environment that only this particular show can accommodate — fun, vibrant, and truly family-friendly and angler-friendly.”

Bertram will hold a press conference at 5 p.m. on March 17 at the Bertram display at Ramp 5 to update the progress on its ’35 Moppie. The builder also will hold a roundtable discussion on the next model in its fleet at 4 p.m. on March 19 at the Sailfish Marina.

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