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Bertram Yacht average salary is $40,000, median salary is $40,000 with a salary range from $40,000 to $40,000.
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Market Research Analyst 40,000-40,000 Oswego, IL, 60543 2010 Bertram Yacht Market Research Analyst Salaries (1)
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  • Bertram Yacht Inc
  • Industry: Other Vehicles
  • City: Miami, FL
  • Bertram, the legendary Miami-based sport fishing yacht manufacturer, is internationally renowned for outstanding performance in big seas, and leading edge marine design innovations. Today's Bertram continues to draw on the combined experience of its heritage, and that of its parent company, the Ferretti Group. Our unparalleled motivation and dedication to lead has ensured that today, as always, "second place is not an option."The result is one of the world's most successful and respected marine enterprises. For well over forty-five years, Bertram Yachts have been built to exceed their owners' expectations by using only the finest marine components, materials and construction