Originally Posted by 54' Bertram
so if I follow your logic,you would not buy a Bertram if they moved as it is "just wrong"? any substative reason besides that? and if you didn't buy a Bertram for that reason, what would you buy since their 2 major competators are in North Carolina and New Jersey?
The "heritage" you speak of was a 31' speedboat, far removed from todays convertible compared to the first fiberglass boat from Hatteras, a 41' convertible called Nit Wits. had Dave Naiper not been hied by Bertram, Bertram may have never moved into the larger convertible market.
Next time you bump into Dave, ask him who came up with the idea of Bertram being a "florida/miami" boat and how back in the day that was one of the marketing departments favorite ways to sell Bertrams heritage then get back to me.