|Tax Status:||Tax Paid|
Port Ginesta, Barcelona Barcelona Spain|
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Payment by installments is available. Part-exchange available.
Powered by twin Detroit Diesel engines, Big Bertha has been the summer home of her Swiss owners for many years. She is not quite a ship; however, her internal volume is exceptional. Built by the American luxury motor yacht builder Bertram Yachts Florida in 1978, you would be forgiven if you thought she was just a few years old.
Her current owners have had her professionally maintained over the past 5 years of ownership.
Although from our video and photos you will get some idea of her size, it's not until you step aboard that one feels the benefit of the minimalist design that fits perfectly with current yacht design. Indeed, the Beltram 58 is a very comfortable offshore cruiser and has a fantastic liveaboard space.
We strongly recommend viewing. She is available for viewing by appointment through Network Yacht Brokers, please contact us for more information.
The interior teak has been renewed in 2000. The saloon is 2,05 meters high and is composed by a table, a settee, two chairs and a separate dining area. The six bedrooms are very well proportioned. A kingsize bed in the aft suit sets the room off perfectly along with full side to side closet. You would be forgiven if one thought it to be the master bedroom of a large apartment.
Airconditioning: 5 units, serviced in 2007
Washing machine Bosch, (2009)
Dryer Bosch, (2009)
Stainless stell Rubbingstrake
Deckfinish: teak imitation
Aluminium window frame
Window material: Toughened glass
Flybridge: Wetbar with fresh water tap and sink and flybridge cover
Radar arch: Non collapsible
Hydraulic Frybridge helmposition
Compass: Riviera B6W3
Depth sounder: Sonar
Plotter: Simrad SE 40
Radio receiver: Sailor SSB
Loudhailer: Raytheon Ray 430
Gangway hydraulic Opacmare passerelle, (2001)
Anchor chain 60 m. 10m/m (2008)
Windlass Electrical Orvea 0530
Life raft Container 6 p, need to be serviced
Mooring lines (2008)
Radio-cd player Pioneer + Sony
Clock - barometer
The V-71 Detroit Diesel engines incorporate four basic systems that direct the flow of fuel, air, lubricating oil, and engine coolant. The diesel engine is an internal combustion power unit, in which the heat of fuel is converted into work in the cylinder of the engine.
The consumption is 85 (l/hr)
Cooling system engine: Freshwater heat-exchanger
Engine controls: Bowden Cable
Gearbox: Twin Disc Hydraulic
Exhaust: HMI (2000) Watercooled
Stainless steel propeller shaft
4 Propeller blades
3 electric bilge pump
Bilge Alarm: Yes
Electrical Installation: 12/24/32/110/220 Volt
Generator: Onan, 6,5 Kw
Generator 2: Onan, 39 kw
Start Battery: 32 Volt
Service Battery: 32 Volt
Generator Battery: 2
Battery charger: 3 Sentry
Last time out of the water 2017
|No. of engines:||2|
|Engine model:||Detroit GM 12V-71TI|
|Length over all:||58'|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|