Bertram designers came up with a truly unique interior for the 800. The galley takes up the forward starboard quarter of the salon, while a full dining table with seating for six occupies the port side. We all know that in today's market, flexibility is the name of the game, and Bertram suggests some interesting layout possibilities. On this boat, a private cabin just forward of the galley accommodates a chef or nanny or can be used as a pantry or other storage. You can even opt for the "country kitchen" style of galley, where the private cabin disappears in favor of a wide-open galley with a full-width windshield. With or without the cabin, the interior of this Bertram is amazingly light and airy. Huge, in-hull port lights - covered by electric drapes - in the master stateroom combat that cave-like feeling common in so many midship masters. As in the salon, Bertram customizes virtually every boat's master stateroom so that the owners can shape it to their needs.