June 22, 2008 02:22 ET

Evermarine Scores a 3rd Place in the Miami Dolphins Fishing Tournament -- Another Great Victory for Evermarine, and the First of Many for "Amnesia"

MIAMI, FL--(Marketwire - June 22, 2008) - On Saturday 31 May 2008, the Miami Dolphins held their 12th Annual Fishing Tournament at the Miami Beach Marina. One of the Yachts entered in this prestigious and charitable event was the Brand New Bertram 510 Convertible "Amnesia."

The weekend of activities featured more than 60 celebrity Miami Dolphins players, coaches, cheerleaders and alumni. Among those who attended the events were Head Coach Tony Sparano, General Manager Jeff Ireland, players Ronnie Browne, Jake Long. A fleet of 90 boats competed in this event.

Various charities will benefit from this Miami Dolphins Foundation fundraiser to South Florida.

Far from being forgettable, "Amnesia" will no doubt be on the lips of sport fishermen for a long time to come and with Bertram's legendary boat building skills Evermarine plans to grow in the Americas and will continue to enter its vessels proudly in high profile and charitable fishing tournaments.

The "Amnesia," as with all Bertrams, provides amenities vital to the dedicated angler, includes a generously equipped prep center with plenty of storage space, a refrigerator, wash basin and cutting table. It provides a versatile platform that meets and exceeds the demands of even the most avid yachtsman and is equipped with only the best in comfort, performance and technology. With the optional 1360HP MAN V12 engines, the Bertram 510 cruises comfortably at 36 knots and approaches 40 knots top end.

The best Dolphins performance of the one-day event out of Miami Beach Marina was the catch of a respectable 30.5-pound wahoo by kicker Dan Carpenter. ''It was actually pretty easy,'' said Carpenter. "It's definitely different than the fish I fish for back home -- perch and walleye.''

The top three boats, the Bertram 510 included brought dolphin, kingfish, wahoo, and tuna received fabulous prizes and trophies, and the owners, captains and crews were able to spend time with current and former players and coaches of the Miami Dolphins Football team.

The event raised over $300,000 for the Miami Dolphins Foundation.

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