Introduced in 1969, the original Hatteras 36 Convertible (note that a later model came out in 1983) remained popular well into the 1990s in spite of her obviously dated profile and overbuilt hull construction. Equally adept as a fishboat or family cruiser, early models had a single-stateroom interior with the galley down and a standard lower helm. A two-stateroom version, as APACHE has, with the galley up became available in 1975, and both layouts came with V-berths forward and a built-in settee in the salon. While the accommodations are not considered spacious by today’s standards, the mahogany woodwork and quality hardware, fixtures, and systems installed aboard the Hatteras 36 make renovations practical and reasonably cost-effective. The cockpit is large enough for a mounted chair and tackle center. APACHE is generally in good condition, with refitted engines installed in 2015. Agency commission are due by the buyer too. Call for more details.