2000 Bertram 390 Convertible

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Yacht Overview

Make: Bertram

Model: 390 Convertible

Year: 2000

Length: 39′

Located In: Jupiter, FL

Engine/Fuel Type: diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

YW#: 8988085


In typical Bertram fashion, the 39 Bertram is a great riding convertible.  Powered with Volvo 480hp motors, she’s quick, agile, and fuel efficient.  These 39’s offer a lot for their size, especially in the cockpit.  

Contemporary interior styling with clean features and design, this two stateroom boat is perfect for a family or a cruising couple and two guests.  Multiple updates, services and new electronics, round out this popular boat.


Full Specs


LOA: 41.67
LWL: 39
Beam: 13.33 ft
Maximum Draft: 4 ft
Bridge Clearance: 11.33 ft
Dry Weight: 32,414 lb
Deadrise: 18 °


Engine Brand: Volvo Penta
Engine Model: TAMD 74 EDC
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Power: 480|horsepower
Engine Type: Inboard

Engine Brand: Volvo Penta
Engine Model: TAMD 74 EDC
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Power: 480|horsepower
Engine Type: Inboard


Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (100 Gallon)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (476 Gallon)


Number of single berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1

Manufacturer Provided Description

The Bertram 390 Convertible is a sportfisherman that combines a deep-V hull with the needs of tournament anglers. The interior of the 390 Convertible can be compared to much larger boats. It was developed to satisfy the sportfisherman, yet deliver the comfort of a cruising boat. The salon - galley - dinette layout is spacious and practical. There is room to relax or entertain in comfort with a full complement of standard features and amenities. The second cabin is unique, with side by side twin berths instead of the more common over and under berths. Unusual for a boat of this size is the elevated cocktail area forward of the dinette, and the possibility of a washer and dryer stack in the companionway. On the practical side, particular attention was paid to the organization and layout of the engine room. The fuel tank was put amidships to minimize the effect of fuel load on trim. It also acts as an effective insulator of noise and engine room heat for the forward cabin area. Careful layout of major components makes maintenance very easy. Even in the unlikely necessity of removing an engine or generator, the 390 has been designed so that this can be done without major surgery to the boat.

Upgrades/Maintenance 2020-2023
  • New isinglass
  • New VHF RADIO 2021
  • (2) New Garmin GPS 2021
  • Autopilot 2023
  • New XM Radio/satellite
  • New Garmin Radar
  • New Cushions and coverings on Captains chairs/bench cushion in bridge
  • (2) New hatches on bow
  • 30 ft. New anchor chain and line
  • New outrigger lines
  • Cockpit cover
  • New microwave
  • LED lighting overhead
  • New bed cushions Starboard cabin
  • New blower unit Starboard cabin
  • New stereo Main cabin
  • New underwater lighting stern
  • Replaced secondary fuel filters both engines 
  • Oil filters replaced
  • Replaced oil pick- ups, strainer and pump Port side
  • Gasket seals and oil pans replaced
  • Replaced oil supply