A popular model, the Bertram 390 Convertible combines the Italian-inspired styling common to many late model Bertram convertibles following Ferretti’s purchase of Bertram in 1998. While the styling was a departure from earlier, more conservative Bertram convertibles, the deep-V hull of the 390 is pure Bertram—a stretched version of the well-regarded Bertram 37 Convertible hull (1986–93) with a stepped sheer, moderate beam, and solid fiberglass bottom.
The two-stateroom, galley-down cherry interior of the 390 is a tasteful blend of high-gloss woodwork and quality furnishings. A leather sofa is to port in the cozy salon and an L-shaped dinette with teak table is forward to starboard.
The master stateroom has a tapered queen berth and private access to the single head/shower compartment. The starboard guest stateroom has side-by-side berths rather than the over/under bunks so often found in guest staterooms.
Note the overhead rod locker in the salon. The cockpit includes a removable fish box, bait prep center, engineroom access, and transom door with gate.