Year: 1978 Located in Wilmington, NC Hull Material: Fiberglass Engine/Fuel Type: Twin diesel The 46 Bertram Convertible is, arguably, one of the most handsome designs Bertram ever built and has remained a true classic. Her painstakingly developed hull configuration makes her a precise handling boat with excellent sea-keeping abilities, especially in head and following seas. She became the new standard. Her popularity has much to do with the precise handling and impressive offshore capabilities with 19 degrees deadrise. Still an extremely popular boat on the used market, the Bertram 46 convertible is considered a classic among experienced tournament-level anglers and pleasure cruisers alike. Additional Specs, Equipment and Information: Boat Name Dulcinea II Specs Builder: Bertram Dimensions LOA: 46 ft 0 in Maximum Draft: 4 ft 6 in Engines Engine Brand: Detroit Diesel Engine Model: 8V71TI’s Engine Hours: 2750 Dimensions Displacement: 44900 Engines Total Power: 435 Cruising Speed: 18 Max Speed: 21 Tanks Fuel: 620 Fresh Water: 230 Vessel walktrough and accomodations DULCINEA II has the 46′ standard two stateroom layout with the galley down. As we begin with the forward stateroom with a wide v-berth, and progressing aft, on the port side, a master stateroom with a double wide bed and end table with its own private head. Proceeding aft on the starboard side is a guest head with doors to the forward cabin and to the companionway. The galley is down on the starboard side and then up two steps to the salon. The salon has a large L shaped sofa and another chair, with double sliding doors opening to a large cockpit area with a teak swim platform, for lounging or fishing. Up the steps is a large flybridge with two helm chairs and seating forward of the helm station Forward Guest Stateroom The forward stateroom has several drawers under the V-berths and additional storage beneath the V-berths in the bow area of the boat. The walls of the V-berths are covered with soft suede leather used in the furniture industry. There is access to the forward rope locker and to the windlass. Rod holders for 6 rods are above, with lights above each bunk and a lamp to provide addition lighting. There is a port on each side with a hatch in the center for ventilation.Controls for the heat and air conditioning Cruisair unit are located on the starboard unit. A hanging lockeris located on both the port and starboard. A door opening provides access to the guest head from the forward stateroom. Guest Head Guest head is equipped with a Raritan Head with a macerator, connected to a Lectra Sam system. Head can work directly through the Lectra San system and emptied overboard or can be diverted after treatment to a waste withholding tank that can emptied overboard in the approved areas or at a waste disposal station. The sink is equipped with a drinking waste faucet and a regular raw water faucet. There is ample storage both above and below the counter top. A hand held shower has both hot and cold handles and a curtain separates shower from the sink area. A port is located above the counter with a hatch opening for ventilation. Air conditioning and heat is provided to head from the forward stateroom Cruisair unit. Master Stateroom Located on the port side, there is a double wide bedwith a new foam mattress and a night table besidethe bed, with a lamp on the night table. There is a mirror that extends the full width of the stateroom with indirect fluorescent lighting with dimmer above thehead of the bed. Storage is available in the drawersof the night table and drawers under the bed. Thereare two hanging lockers, along with a 13 inch Quasar color TV with a VCR. The floor is a teak and hollysole. Two ports offer ventilation and with air and heat from a second Cruisair unit that also supplies the master head. Entrance to the master head is at the foot of the bed. Master Head w/enclosed Shower The master head is equipped with a Raritan Head with macerator and goes directly to a Lectra San unitoverboard or to the holding tank. There is a counter with a sink equipped with both a drinking water faucetand a regular hot and cold water faucet. Storage is both behind the counter and beneath the counter. A port is above the sink and a hatch with ventilation is above. Additional ventilation is from an exhaust fan. There is a separate shower stall with a glass door. Waste water from the shower goes, along with thatfrom the guest head, to a shower sump to be sent overboard. Galley The galley is down and located forward from the guesthead on the starboard side. A pantry is just forward the head and a full size upright refrigerator andfreezer with ice maker located next. The counter and cabinets are of white Formica with two stands ofdrawers and two doors under the heavy duty stainless steel sink. The sink has a garbage disposal in the drain. Cabinets are behind the sink and to the righta two burner counter glass top range. To the right is a Convection oven and addition storage areas. A ventilator fan is located in the wall behind the stove and addition air comes from the Cruisair unit serving the forward V berth with its own controls. The galley sole is of teak and holly. Whirlpool upright refrigerator/freezer w/ice maker Princess 2 burner 110v electric stove Sunbeam microwave/toaster/broiler oven Stainless steel sink w/garbage disposal Countertop cutting board Indirect fluorescent lighting Pressure freshwater system Numerous drawers and storage cabinets Pantry forward of refrigerator Teak & Holly sole Cybernet stereo Salon’s L Settee An L shaped sofa is on the port side along with a bar area with storage for bottles and glasses. Another chair is on the starboard side of the boat. Also, on the starboard side cabinets line the entire wall. Two doors open for the 120 volts electrical system and the 32 volt electrical panel. More doors slide to reveal a 19 inch TV with a DVD/VHS player. To the right of that a Sony AM/FM cassette player and a Sony 10 disc CD changer and general storage. There are 2 Bristol speakers forward and to other speakers toward the sliding glass doors. Speakers run from here to all the staterooms and to the cockpit. There is a Pampano teak high low table in front of the sofa. Rod storage is above. Electrical System Two banks of 4 each 8 volt batteries form the two 32 volt battery banks. 8D batteries are used for the12-volt systems and generator starting batteries. Onan 12.5 kw genset with separate 12 voltbattery (815 hours) Banks of four 8V batteries: supply 32VDC for main engines & house (in lazarette with disconnect) 120 VAC X 50 amp shore inlets (port & starboard) Phone/TV inlet starboard & port 30 amp x 115 VAC outlet in cockpit 60 amp engine alternators 12 volt (Truecharge 20) & 32 volt battery Chargers -The 32 volt AC system is a floating ground type system. There is a bonding system in place Engine/Mechanical Equipment Power is supplied by twin GM8V71TI diesels with 2700 hours. Cruisair reverse cycle air conditioning, bridge and tower controls, automatic halon fire control plus portable fire extinguishers (all need recert), fresh water cooling on the mains, water and fuel filters, Vacuflushheads with holding tank, hydraulic steering, engine synchronizers, Boat Levelor trim tabs, Offshore water maker, 2:1 Allison transmissions, 4 blade propellers, 20 gallon hot water tank, Walker air seps plus instrumentation and start/stop switches in the main engine room. Port engine: Bilge blowers (3) Auto bilge pumps Cruisair air conditioning CO2 fire control system Handheld fire extinguishers Freshwater spigot & hose in engine room the boat. Perko raw water sea strainers with seacocks Hynautic hydraulic steering 6 way engine fuel manifold for supply and shut-off Water lines to engine Starboard Engine: Galley Maid freshwater pump with filter Raritan hot water heater Engine synchronizers built into Micro-commander 3 Cruisair air units for separate areas of the boat Separate drinking water system and pump with sea gill filter system Air compressor with air line to cockpit ar(120 volt) Pump to add oil or to change oil Electronics and Navigational Equipment Main engine oil pressure/watertemperature/ammeters/tachs in gauges and alarm system; gen run light, custom helm pod extension(allows for additional electronics Micro-commander electronic shifters &throttles Furuno 10″ screen 48 mile open array radar Raytheon V850 color sounder ICOM IC-M45 VHF ICOM MC100 VHF Raytheon NAV398 GPS/Loran Robertson AP300X Autopilot Furuno Color GPS plotter GP1610C SAT 106 EPIRB (needs recert) Deck Equipment and Extras Plow style anchor with 50′ chain plus Helm & companion chairs on flybridge rode with covers) Danforth type anchor with 6 ft chain and Navigation lights 200 ft nylon line and Cockpit lights Deck chocks for extra anchor Spreader lights Teak swim platform with ladder Foredeck light Flip-up cockpit sunshade Docking lights forward Two Fender holders with 4 fenders on Guest remote Bridge searchlight bow rail Portable 32v searchlight Stainless steel davit on foredeck Sliding salon doors Marquipt dinghy davit w/120v winch Windshield cover Cockpit International Fighting chair with footrest and two additional removable type chairs. Cockpit coaming is padding. Cockpit deck is glasstec with all hatch drains to sump and overboard. Circulating live fish well is in deck. Shower nozzle in cockpit area for wash off after swimming.
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