Bertram Relocates to Florida

Press Release
Sunday, June 24, 2012

Bertram Yacht relocates its productiion facility from Miami to Merritt Island. Florida

Bertram's announced the move to 160 people at its press conference, who toured the  facility.

“We searched over 30 locations and Merritt Island proved to be the best of the best”, said President of Bertram Yacht, Alton Herndon. We specifically chose Merritt Island because of the state-of-the art boat manufacturing facility and marina which is situated on a 37-acre site and provides significant opportunity for future expansion of the Bertram brand; a wonderful community with great employees that have boat building experience or can easily be taught boat building skills; and the fact that it allows us to continue our history in the state of Florida”, added Herndon.
 

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