Stepping from the swim platform onto the cockpit (underneath which is a
built-in Jacuzzi tub) and up a few steps to the protected aft deck (the
"Back Porch"), a very serious-looking salon door slides open to reveal
the full-beam salon with it's 240 square feet of living space. A
staircase is dedicated to access the Full-beam Master stateroom aft with
it's ensuite head to port, and a huge walk-in closet to starboard.
Forward on this level is the full beam engine room.
Forward of the salon is the spacious galley and across from which is a roomy U-shaped dinette.
Next forward is the enclosed wheelhouse. A stainless steel circular
stairway ( a "Lauderdale Lady" touch) leads to the flybridge. Adjacent
is the companionway leading down and forward to the guest
accommodations: VIP furthest aft, then a guest cabin (underneath which
is the genset compartment) and up in the bow is an upper/lower berth
cabin; all three of these staterooms have their own heads.
The huge flybridge offers plenty of seating, a boatdeck, a galley
island, and the upper helm station protected by the aft-raked
Entry to the salon from the aft deck is via a very serious aluminum,
dogged door with a large, thick glass window--a sort of storm door. To
port is an L-shaped dark brown sofa (a non-sleeper) and a two-tiered
glass table whose style mimics the glass-topped dining table with five
wooden chairs upholstered in white. Valances are upholstered in a red
& gold fabric that matches the drapes. Carpeting is camel in color.
The aft bulkhead and side walls are white, as is the overhead vinyl,
which is punctuated by a soffit with inset lighting over the dining
table. There are two off-white swivel chairs to starboard. CruisAir SMX
controls work the A/C.
The forward salon is dominated by a large TV set/entertainment center
adjacent to the wet bar with a large capacity Scotsman icemaker. The
starboard forward bulkhead is mirrored. Access to the Master stateroom
and engine room is via a staircase forward to starboard. The aft &
side window 'beltline' is low enough to afford seated occupants good
Located between the salon and wheelhouse, and across from the dinette,
the galley features white cabinetry, green Corian countertops, and a
teak parquet sole. Pewter-like drawer knobs and window treatments lend
elegance to the practical & modern stainless steel KitchenAid
refrigerator/freezer (ice & water in-door), GE 4-burner
cooktop-over-Magic Chef oven, Sharp convection/microwave, GE dishwasher,
double stainless steel sink, Black & Decker coffeemaker, and
The dinette is a grand affair, upholstered in green, and ensconsing a
dual pedestal table in green Corian. The large sliding window behind has
mini-blinds and drapes for privacy and light control.
Private staircase access from the salon. The joinery is entirely white
which brightens up this stateroom. The king/queen-size island berth is
on centerline and features a gold-colored sham. Flanking night tables
with reading lights and overhead soffit lighting add to the natural
light from the side portlights. A settee at the foot of the bed is
upholstered in brown fabric which matches the drapes. Carpeting is
camel, matching the salon.
Facing forward, on the left is the ensuite head, and on the right is the
large walk-in closet. There is a good-sized flat screen TV just aft of
The vanity is white Corian with mirrored sliding doors for the medicine
cabinet. White overheads, white cabinet faces, and an off-white tiled
sole + overhead lighting makes this a well-lit head. True luxury awaits
behind the sliding glass doors which hide the Jacuzzi bathtub. The
toilet is a Galley Maid saltwater unit, as are the rest of the heads
throughout this boat.
The three guest accommodations are forward of the engine room according
privacy for the Owner's stateroom. Access is via a companionway from the
Furthest forward for the kids or crew is the cabin with upper/lower
berths to starboard and, interestingly, is one of two interior areas
(the wheelhouse is the other) where the original Afromosia panels, teak
trim, and burl counters remain. There is copious drawer storage, a
hanging locker, and an ensuite head.
Just aft is the amidships guest cabin #2 done in white with it's twin
berths covered in blue shams that match the carpet. A built-in TV
occupies some of the storage cabinetry. The head has a Corian vanity.
Yet further aft is the amidships VIP stateroom: white joinery, a
queen-size island berth with headboard against the hull,
orange/red/brown "Indian" bed shams, flanking night tables with swivel
reading lights...the two large ports deliver a lot of natural light and
the aft bulkhead mirror reflects it well. There is an ensuite head with a
stall shower which, in typical Hatteras fashion, is meant for BIG
people who enjoy their 'elbow room'. Adjacent is a Kenmore stackable
Well-laid out with port & starboard wing doors and original teak
& Afromosia joinery nicely offsetting the white vinyl of the
navionics spaces nicely angled for easy viewing by the helmsman. There
is a good amount of counter space on which to spread out a chartbook.
Visibility is excellent through the three windshield sections (with 3
washer/wipers) and side windows. Sole is teak parquet, aft bulkhead is
white, and the benchseat is upholstered in beige over teak chart drawers
of very generous capacity. This Jack Hargrave pilothouse set the
standard years ago.
This Hatteras likely began life as a "Lauderdale Lady" with the
signature stainless steel "floating" circular stairwell leading to the
flybridge--a nice improvement over the old steep/straight ladder.
- Datamarine digital depth & speed
- ICOM VHF
- ICOM SSB
- Furuno chart plotter
- Furuno radar
- Simrad/Robertson autopilot
- Destroyer-type wheel
- Hydraulic clutches & throttles
- Computer, monitor & keyboard
- Sleipner bow thruster control
- Naiad stabilizer control
- A/C vents above & outboard of the helm
- VDO gauges for tachs, oil P, water T, voltmeters
- Hatteras Systems Monitor
Accessed via the circular staircase from the lower helm area, and
through a hinged plexi hatch & door, this immense flybridge is
particularly well suited for entertaining. Although there is a boatdeck
with chocks & davit all the way aft, the bridge is dominated by
copious seating, upholstered in black & white striped cushions, that
forms a 3-sided bench: a huge U. A central table handles food and
drink. An island wet bar allows two seated on stools to face forward
over the hidden sink, Scotsman icemaker, and MagicChef refigerator.
Protection from sun & rain is offered by the white Bimini top that
stretches from the aft-raked radar arch to the front U-zipped enclosure
that attaches to the sprayshield.
A helm and companion seat face the instrument console with it's gauges & navionics angled back toward the helmsman.
- Switlik 8-man liferaft
- Hydraulic clutches & throttles
- Destroyer wheel
- Rayline searchlight
- Bow thruster control
- Furuno radar
- Furuno video depth
- Datamarine speed log
- Datamarine depth
- ICOM VHF
- Northstar 952 GPS
- Northstar 962 GPS
- Naiad stabilizer control
- Robertson autopilot
The most notable feature of this boat is the aft deck/cockpit/swim
platform extension. Not only can owner & guests enjoy a roomy 'back
porch' protected from weather & sun by a hardtop, but merely a few
steps down into the cockpit, there is a covered Jacuzzi tub and furthest
aft and down a step, is the large built-in swim platform & boarding
Now, THIS is a motoryacht set up for water sports, diving, fishing,
lounging, and just the easiest manner from which one can board a dinghy
- Gate to swim platform from cockpit
- Cockpit shower
- Rod holders: 5 on the gunwales, 4 on the deck rail
- Stereo speakers
- UW lights
- Teak soles and gunwales
- Marquipt boarding steps
- Marquipt boarding ladder, mounted
- Foredeck dunnage boxes
- Foredeck lounge & cushion
- Teak-capped bowrails on stainless steel stanchions w/lifelines
- FRP bow pulpit w/ anchor & rode
- Windlass w/ wildcat
Typical Hatteras 12VDC, 32VDC, 110VAC, 220VAC systems with numerous
distribution breaker panels throughout the boat. 220VAC shore power
& cords. Tinned copper wiring properly bussed, clamped,
chafe-protected, and machine screw terminal connections. Hatteras did
this as well as anyone.
- Newhart 80A battery charger
- Onan genset
- Auxiliary genset
Main engine hours on the 12V-71TIs are 2400 and 419 SMOH equipped with AirSeps.
- 30 Ga. hotwater tank
- Oil change system
- Racor fuel/water separators
- Fire extinguisher system
- Bilge pumps
- Air compressor
- Glendinning engine synchronizer
- Fuel priming system
- Mechanical engine gauges
- CruiseAir A/C compressors
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.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or
withdrawal without notice.