1990 Hatteras 52 Cockpit Motor Yacht
Just Added to Market
She is an extra-sharp version of the popular Hatteras 52, with a preferred 3 staterooms, 3 heads layout and a cockpit design.
- Recent upgrade to electronics
- Dinghy included
- Newer Kohler generator replaced by current owner
- Full details available upon request
Large volume interior design with huge aft deck and large wheelhouse - flybridge area plus a cockpit for water sports, and extremely easy boarding and provisioning.
Between this owner's love of boating, his family's comfort and safety and a keen sense of keeping his holdings in tip-top condition, this Hatteras is a pleasure to show and will be a benchmark of this very popular model.
Whether you are considering a boat to cruise alone as a couple, with a family, or with your best friends, the layout of the Hatteras 52 is ideal.
Three staterooms and 3 heads, could allow for separate crew quarters, real privacy with Master and VIP at opposite ends of the boat, or three cabins for sleeping family in separate cabins.
This Yacht has the preferred 3 stateroom layout, therefore it sleeps 6 in cabins.
Additional temporary accommodation could be improvised for an occasional over-nighter on the sofa, aft deck and even the flybridge areas.
The Master is aft with ensuite bath and separate shower stall. One opening port is over-sized to act as an escape exit. The headroom is 6' 6" and the decor is basically neutral thorughout the boat.
There is a walkaround queen bed in the Master, with ample lockers and walk-in cedar closet, and cabinetry for storage.
The VIP is forward and also has a walkaround queen bed. The private ensuite head also has a separate shower stall. Plenty of storage with hanging locker and drawers for personal items. Overhead hatch can allow in fresh air and light, if desired.
The 3rd Stateroom has upper & lower berths. Bunks are wide and spaced to be comfortable. Uncommon, is that even this cabin has a separate head with separate shower stall. Many folks that do not need a third cabin love it as a huge storage area.
The Galley is open-aired and down four steps from the Salon. There is a large open-aired dinette across from the Galley. These features allow for the chef to engage with the other folks in the Salon, without feeling removed from the socializing. Also makes for a larger feeling with space abounding in light. In the accommodations area, there is a washer & dryer behind a full length door.
The Salon follows the Galley aft. Surrounded by large windows, the light streams in. Blinds can be used to close it off.
Barrel chair NS ottoman on starboard and built in flat screen TV with AV equipment, installed.
Headroom is minimum 6' 6" and 9' in the Galley & Dinette areas.
The Aft Deck is up about 4 stairs from the aft end of the Salon. Huge space with hardtop and enclosure. L-shaped sofa arrangement on port side with mahogany, folding leaf table and additional chairs. Twin wing doors to close off the area from the walkaround side decks. Sliding glass windows on the sides.
Forward, a wet bar, refrigerator with ice maker and cabinets for storage, both above and below. This entire area is Air-Conditioned & heated.
Headroom is minimum 6'7'. Opening door on transom allows for access to the Cockpit area. Up 4 stairs to the Wheel house / Helm area. **
This Aft Deck is where life happens on this boat.
Cockpit area is aft. Down few steps from the Aft Deck into a cockpit with hot & cold shower, room for a couple of chairs. Access to swim platform and swim ladder. If you enjoy water sports, a cockpit is a must. It also makes for easier docking and line handling.
One of the hidden benefits of a cockpit is that loading and provisioning becomes an easy task. Boarding and disembarking is a simple act for young and old.
Up three steps from the Aft Deck is the Wheel House. An L-shaped settee is on the portside and dual helm seats face the control panel. Plenty of secured space while underway in less than desirable weather and can be opened for relaxation and entertaining.
Engine room is accessed by lifting the stairs from the Galley to the Salon.
Updates and Upgrades
Detroit Diesel engines 8V92
- Starboard engine 1650 hours
- Port engine 1126 hours - Port engine rebuilt by current owner
- Purchased by current owner
- Hard bottom dinghy with 6 hp outboard motor purchased by current owner
- Garmin 1700 combination radar/chartlink Purchased in 2015
- Icom marine radio
- Robertson automatic pilot
- Auxiliary Garmin monitor integrated with the 1700
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. Hours listed may vary from actual hours due to recent use. Purchaser is encouraged to verify hours prior to purchase. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.