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Surveyed in 2014 with excellent results both mechanically and hull. No disappointments. What was found on surveys seller is addressing.
LADY FRANCES is a beautiful Hatteras 67 CPMY that shows the owner’s meticulous care. The interior woodwork show no signs of water damage or staining and the recently redone interior fabrics and blinds match perfectly. This one is not to be missed and should be the next 67 sold.
The Hatteras 67 CPMY was introduced in 1988 and was considered an excellent yacht-aside from her rugged construction and traditional profile is her spacious and very comfortable accommodations. Built on a beamy modified V-hull with a deep keel, the 67 was considered a luxurious motor yacht in an era when Hatteras Yachts were considered the upscale yacht to own. The three stateroom floor plan is arranged with the galley down, and a split engine rooms which flank the corridor leading to the master stateroom. The lower helm and pilot house are completely open to the large salon which provides the Captain with an excellent panoramic view. The aft deck is enclosed on three sides with sliding side windows, while the aft is open revealing the cockpit below. The aft deck has teak decking and a wet bar cabinet. The aft deck is a perfect spot for entertainment and relaxation. Wing doors open to the wide side decks and the huge flybridge has a dingy hoist and storage chocks aft and seating for a crowd. The flybridge overhangs partially protect the side decks for sun and rain.
Perfect for a cruising, entertaining, or live aboard. LADY FRANCES offers more living space and more storage space than you would expect in a 67 ft. motor yacht. One reason is the 18’ 2” beam. The other-it’s a Hatteras!
The salon, consequently, is more than large. It is comfortable, pleasantly spacious. With a starboard side aft deck entry door, the salon will let you expand the space to include the aft deck. The aft deck is protected by a hardtop and ventilating side windows. Access to the flybridge is up a lower helm port side ladder. Everyone wants their moment in the sun and the bridge deck allows that and it will lounge a crowd.
As most yachting enthusiasts know, no one can treat you to the luxuries on home on the water a way Hatteras can. Knowing design and tasteful executions are reflected throughout the entire lower levels. The richness of hand fitted and hand finished wood creates a natural background with the beautiful interior fabrics.
LADY FRANCES is a beautiful and well cared for example of the 67 CPMY. Her current owner’s change of plans dictates her sale. Only a personal walk through tour will do her justice. Contact the listing broker for a personal tour.
- You can board the Hatteras 67 by way of the swim platform and into the cockpit. The cockpit is large and features engine controls mounted along the starboard side. There is a teak and stainless steel ladder that leads up to the aft deck. Additional entry can be done by way of the port or starboard boarding gates with removable steps or ladder. Once onboard the side decks allow entry onto the interior spaces through either the port or starboard pilot house sliding doors. From the aft deck entry is into the main salon through a door. Starting on the bow deck is access to the bow pulpit which has teak inlays. The windlass is readily accessible and there is a secondary anchor mounted on the starboard side. Forward of the cabin top is built-in seating and storage. The side decks are wide and offer ease of maneuverability around the vessel. From the aft deck to the pilot house the flybridge deck overhang protects the decks. Additionally, from the aft deck doors to the pilot house doors there are varnished teak railings and fiberglass coaming boards. From the pilot house to the bow are stainless steel stanchions with railings and a coated life line. There are port and starboard boarding gates with teak railings. The aft deck has port and starboard wing doors. The aft deck is large and has a four seat teak table and folding chairs. There is a nicely appointed wet bar with a stainless steel sink and cold water faucet, and an ice maker. Entry into the main salon is through the entry doors. There is a large fixed window that allows excellent visibility and natural light to the main salon. As you enter and to port is a large “L” shaped settee with a large upholstered ottoman and two matching chairs to starboard. Between the chairs is an end table. Further forward and to port is a beautiful wood desk, a matching chair and smaller ottoman. Situated under the lower helm seating is a large cabinet which houses the entertainment center and additional storage. The salon features beautiful Berber carpeting with matching fabrics and valances. All the way forward and accessible by either side of the PH seat is the pilot house. There are sliding entry doors port and starboard. The helm visibility is excellent with a 360 degree panoramic view. The pilot house seat seats two easily with adjustable helm seats and all engine controls and gauges are within easy reach. Electrical panels are in cabinets in the pilot house. Access to the flybridge is by way of a stainless steel and teak ladder from the pilot house to the bridge. Along the starboard side of the lower helm is a curved stairway leading to the galley area. As you enter the galley and to starboard is the dinette with fore and aft facing seating for four. Outboard of the dinette is a storage area and there is additional storage drawers under each seat. To port and across from the dinette is the large “U” shaped galley area with a large refrigerator/freezer and home style appliances that will please the onboard chef. There is plenty of storage in cabinets and drawers both above and below the countertops. Access into the generator room is through a hatch in the galley sole. All the way forward and down two steps is the guest cabin with starboard side upper and lower bunks, port side storage cabinets and drawers and a large book shelf above. To port and aft is the ensuite head with electric toilet, mirrored vanity, parquet flooring, and separate shower stall. Across for the head entry is a large hanging locker with shelving below. The step treads each open for storage. Aft of the galley and down three steps (with storage under the treads) is entry into the main stateroom area. At the base of the steps and to starboard is a cabinet for the stacked and separate washer and dryer. Further forward is a storage cabinet for use as a pantry. Further aft and along the starboard side is access into the guest head with an electric head, mirrored vanity, parquet flooring, and separate shower stall. Across from the head entry and along the port side is the guest cabin with twin berths, storage drawers under berth, a forward bulkhead with storage cabinets above, and an aft hanging locker. Further aft and down the companionway, on the port and starboard sides are the separate engine rooms with forward and aft door entry. All the way aft is the master cabin with a, slightly offset to port, queen center-line berth. Along the port side is an enormous storage cabinet with multiple drawers and top shelving. Here are large bi-fold door hanging lockers forward and to port, and a port side night stand. Along the starboard side is a cabinet with drawer storage with a top shelf and a small settee for resting or putting on your shoes. The starboard side has a night stand. Along the starboard side and forward in the main stateroom is the master head with mirrored vanity, electric head, parquet flooring and a separate jetted tub and shower combination. The flybridge is massive and will seat a crowd. There are two helm chairs and a “U” shaped seating area aft for guests. The flybridge sole is teak. Overhead is a black Sunbrella bimini and aft is an electric davit and mounted life raft. Visibility is excellent and a full array of engine and navigation instrumentations make the bridge an excellent place to gather and operate.
- Located down four steps from the pilot house, the galley is large and offers home style appliances, ample counter top and storage spaces, and the large side windows offer excellent natural lighting and ventilation. The four person dinette is located along the starboard side. Flooring is parquet and access into the generator room is through a sole hatch. White Formica counter tops with stainless sink Teak countertop fiddles Large single stainless steel sink with faucet with sprayer Insink-Erator garbage disposal Maytag full size refrigerator/freezer Frigidaire under counter full size dishwasher Krups coffee maker with dual service pots Whirlpool GOLD electric 4 burner stove top with ceramic burners Whirlpool electric oven with self-cleaning feature Sharp Carousel II microwave/.convection oven built in above stove top U-Line ice maker in wet bar on aft deck Single stainless steel sink with cold water faucet in wet bar on aft deck White cabinets in galley Ample storage drawers and cabinets above and below the counters GE Space Saver stacked washer and dryer in companionway cabinet
- Pilothouse Rudder angle indicator Garmin 3010 C GPS MAP color chart plotter mounted along starboard helm Garmin 3010 C GPS Map color radar display Garmin radar dome mounted on radar arch Danforth Constellation compass Raymarine ST-8001 Smart Pilot autopilot control Raymarine 5100 wireless remote control for ST-8001 autopilot Bennett trim tabs Data Marine International Offshore depth indicator Uniden ES UM525 VHF radio with DSC Hatteras Systems Monitor with audible and visual alarms Wilcox stabilizer controls Flybridge Danforth Constellation compass Garmin 3206 C GPSMAP color Chartplotter Raymarine ST-6001 autopilot control Data Marine Offshore depth indicator Hatteras Systems Monitor with audible and visual alarms ICOM IC-M100 VHF radio Rudder angle indicator Wilcox stabilizer control Bennett trim tabs
- Fiberglass and teak trim bow pulpit Primary Danforth 75 lbs. anchor with chain rode Secondary Danforth 75 lbs. anchor with chain and rope rode Stainless steel anchor roller Ideal electric windlass with foot controls Stainless steel hawse pipe for the primary anchor chain Marquipt aluminum boarding steps and ladder with mounts on bow railings Marquipt aluminum boarding ladder mounted and stored in port side engine room Teak hand rails from pilot house doors aft Stainless steel stanchions with coated life lines from teak rails forward Stainless steel deck hardware Swim platform with transom door to cockpit Large cockpit with fishing pole holders in coaming Marquipt JL2-1500 750 lbs. `electric dingy hoist mounted on aft starboard bridge Dingy chocks aft of dingy lift Port and starboard dock water connections Port and starboard electrical connections with protective acrylic door Port and starboard telephone and cable TV connection Wide side decks with overhead flybridge extension Aft deck with teak decks Teak furniture on aft deck with table and (4) folding chairs Radar arch with satellite TV, radar array, and various antennas mounted Black Sunbrella bimini top on bridge Solid fiberglass bridge deck coaming boards ACR EPIRB mounted behind flybridge seats with hydrostatic release AVON 8 person life raft mounted in flybridge with hydrostatic release (not certified) Storage box in cockpit mounted forward Cockpit freshwater hot and cold water shower Dingy and outboard do not convey
- Multiple electrical panels are all easy to access and well are well laid out and marked. 12 & 24 volt DC power with separate distribution panel 120 and 240 volt AC power with separate distribution panels Hatteras installed 12 and 24 volt DC electrical panel with sub distribution breakers 120 and 240 volt AC electrical panel with circuit breakers GFI protected electrical receptacles (2) Onan 20 KW diesel generators, fresh water cooled, fore and aft in the generator room with sound shields Racor primary fuel filter with vacuum gauge for genset 50 Amp shore power with cords and splitters, port and starboard connections 240 volt AC panel for air conditioning systems in port engine room Separate engine room battery switches for each engine Separate Air Conditioning AC power distribution panel in port engine room (5) Cruise Air marine air conditioning/reverse cycle heating systems with SMX electronic controls: (1) 5000 BTU, (1) 7,000 BTU, (1) 10,000 BTU, (1) 16,000 BTU and (1) 30,000 BTU Cruise Air units are cooled using (2) 120 volt water pumps located on port engine room Village Marine water maker with 2839 hours, currently pickled. Charles 30 Amp battery charger Sentry 12 volt 40 Amp battery charger LaMarche Constavolt battery charger/inverter for main and house batteries (2) GE Surge Protectors/transformers mounted in generator room RUDD 30 gallon hot water heater Jensen JX-3 AM/FM/Cassette player with remote lower cabin speakers RCA television in master stateroom Toshiba TV in salon cabinet with Sony Progressive Scan DVD and VHS player Kenwood KX-W6060 Cassette Player Kenwood KR-A3070 AM/FM receiver Kenwood DP-M3360 six disc CD player Salon remote flush mounted speakers (4) automatic and manual 12 volt bilge pumps, (1) 3500 gph, (1) 3000 gph and (2) 2000 gph pumps (3) automatic and manual sump pumps, (2) 3500 gph and (1) 3000 gph Speed Air Model 2Z499B air compressor and accumulation tank in generator room
- The engine rooms are divided into the port and starboard side outboard of the hallway between the forward and master staterooms. Each engine room has an access door forward for easy entry and an aft door for access to the transmission and aft spaces. Side panels can be removed for access to the inboard aspect of each engine. Lighting is excellent with both DC and overhead AC fluorescent lighting. Detroit Diesel 770 hp diesel 12V71 engines with *3500 hours Fresh water cooled with AIRSEPS Allison Marine transmissions with 2.593:1 ratio Engine fuel priming pumps Hynautic hydraulic engine and transmission controls at both helms Hynautic hydraulic engine and transmission controls in cockpit Engine instrumentation with gauges at both helms Hatteras System Monitor with visual and audible alarms at both helms Glendinning synchronizer with pull switch at both helms Stainless steel destroyer steering wheels at both helms Hynautic hydraulic steering systems Stainless steel destroyer steering wheel at both helms 3 inch stainless steel shafts (4) blade 36 x 38 bronze propellers Engine room and genset room fire suppression system with automatic and pull handles Dual Racor primary fuel filters with vacuum gauge for each engine in each engine room Engine room fresh water spigots Oil exchanging system for engines and transmissions Engine room mounted Flo-Scans * Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
- Brokers Comments
- WOW! A well cared for 67 M/Y that shows pride in ownership. All onboard manuals, logs, and maintenance records are available. A beautiful Hatteras not to be missed. Delivery and Insurance information available from listing broker
- Mechanical Disclaimer
- * Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
- 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. Dingy and outboard do not convey and seller's personal items do not convey. Only those items specifically listed on this listing should be considered as items which convey.
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