Stop in production

In mid-2014 Bertram which was owned by Ferretti stoped production due to a decline in sales.

Rebirth of Bertram?

Very recently Bertram was acquired by a 54' Bertram owner and he has given a mandate that the brand be returned to its American Roots. The Gavio Group acquired Bertram Yachts from the Ferretti Group. Gavio, president of Baglietto and Argo Finazaria, said in an interview at a reception at Miami Beach’s Soho House that he plans to buy the Bertram name and perhaps some of its molds. He said he is inclined to return to Bertram’s roots, building first a Bertram 31 based on the wood-hulled, Ray Hunt-designed deep-vee that won the Miami-Nassau Race in 1960. He might build an open and a flybridge version, then maybe a 25 or 28, a 36, then a 46.6. With this said he plans to revive Bertram's reputation as a strong quality boat manufacture by building what he says is an American boat not an Italian one like what consumers got with the unreliable terrably designed yachts by Ferretti.

Bertrams built by Ferretti