BOAT HAD DAMAGE FORM HURRICANE IRMA. SHE HAD HIGH WATER AND THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM HAS TO BE GUTTED AND REFIT. THE ENGINES DID NOT SUBMERGE BUT THERE WAS A COUPE FEET OF WATER IN THE CABIN.
This boat has been owned by the same owner for the past 15 years, She runs great, shows decently, and priced to be the next 36′ Moppie sold.
The Bertram 36 Moppie made its debut in 1996 and had a five-year production run, with slight interior modifications. The all-fiberglass modified-vee hull has an angled bow and sharp entry that widens to a plentiful 13-foot beam carried well aft to the cockpit. Standard on the sportfish version are a molded bait-prep station with sink and tackle center set under the hardtop and a transom door. Its a step up to the raised bridge deck, which opens hydraulically to access the twin Volvo diesels. The helm, to starboard, has a captains chair and destroyer wheel, and the bridge deck is protected by a wraparound windscreen. Instruments are housed in a black-background dashboard pod. This boat is outfitted with a tower (providing a hardtop for the lower helm station) with controls and electronics.
The 36 Moppies 13-foot beam and raised bridge deck design translate into plenty of room below. The head compartment is to port, with a separate shower and sink. The modest galley (stove, microwave and refrigerator) is to starboard, and theres seating on both sides of the cabin. The offset queen-size berth forward can be closed off with a privacy curtain. Various wood-trimmed interiors were offered, “Quality Time” has the maple interior.