By coining the term 'convertible' to describe its first product in 1960, Hatteras understood that fishing was a lot more fun when those aboard were comfortable. The 68 takes this theme to a new level thanks to her interior volume-she is actually beamier than the builder's 90-foot Convertible. An air-actuated sliding door leads from the cockpit to the open main cabin. A saloon area aft has sofa-style seating positioned to take advantage of a 42-inch plasma TV. The galley area has under-counter refrigeration and is steps away from a dinette. Below, the four-stateroom/four-head layout includes a full-beam master stateroom amidships, with a king-size berth and a walk-in, cedar-lined hanging locker. There is a VIP stateroom with an island berth forward; a starboard guest stateroom has side-by-side berths, a portside crew cabin offers upper and lower berths. Cherry-wood joinery with a satin or high-gloss finish is standard and variations on the layout, including an enclosed bridge, are offered.