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1984 36 (ft.) Hatteras Yachts Convertible

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General Information

Listing# 38694

Price
$59,999.00
Location
New Bern, NC, United States
Manufacturer
Hatteras
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
1984
Category
Convertible Boats
Model
Convertible
Status
Used
Length
36 (ft.)
Beam
13.58
LOA
36.5
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
6V71TI
Number of Engines
2
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Hours
800

General Details

A wonderfully updated Hatteras 36 with rebuilt diesel engines in 1997.  The original engines were rebuilt in 1997 (hours are since rebuild) and the horse power increased to 450 hp each producing a top speed of 30 knots and a comfortable cruising speed of 26 knots.  When the additional hp was added the shafts were increased to 2 inch stainless steel and Italian Rolla 5 bladed props were added for the increased power.  Additionally the transmission reduction gears were changed to 2:1. 

The exterior is very clean and shows obvious care and maintenance.  The fly bridge has a hard top supported by an aluminum frame.  Rupp double spread outriggers and teaser reels are in excellent condition and ready to fish. 

The current owner has updated the boat continuously and added new interior fabrics, wall coverings, carpets, and reupholstered furniture.  The wood work is typical for Hatteras an in excellent condition with no evidence of prior water intrusion or staining.  The doors to the head and “V” berth are beautiful wood doors.

Specifications

INTRODUCTION
A wonderfully updated Hatteras 36 with rebuilt diesel engines in 1997.  The original engines were rebuilt and the horse power increased to 450 hp each producing a top speed of 30 knots and a comfortable cruising speed of 26 knots.  When the additional hp was added the shafts were increased to 2 inch stainless steel and Italian Rolla 5 bladed props were added for the increased power.  Additionally the transmission reduction gears were changed to 2:1.     The exterior is very clean and shows obvious care and maintenance.  The fly bridge has a hard top supported by an aluminum frame.  Rupp double spread outriggers and teaser reels are in excellent condition and ready to fish.     The current owner has updated the boat continuously and added new interior fabrics, wall coverings, carpets, and reupholstered furniture.  The wood work is typical for Hatteras an in excellent condition with no evidence of prior water intrusion or staining.  The doors to the head and “V” berth are beautiful wood doors.
ACCOMMODATIONS
Entering onto the cockpit by using either the port or starboard boarding ladder you step down 2 steps.  The cockpit is large and features deck fish boxes, a tackle center with sink and cutting board, live well, transom door, and padded cockpit coaming.  The custom Hatteras leaning post features (5) rod holders and the coaming has (7) built in rod holders as well.  The cockpit also features engine controls and hydraulic steering for cockpit use for fishing or when docking.  The side decks are wide and have hand rails attached to the deck house and a safety railing on the bow.  Access to the bridge is along the port side of the cockpit with a stainless steel ladder.  Once on the bridge the helm is aft with two Pompenette adjustable helm seats and a commanding view of the cockpit and forward.  The helm features full engine instrumentation and electronics while overhead is the VHF radio and room for additional electronics.  Forward of the helm is a settee for guest seating. The bridge is covered by an aluminum framed hard top.  You enter the boat through a wide entry door.  Once into the main salon you notice the beautiful new fabrics and carpets.  To port is a wet bar with glass and cup storage, and the entertainment system.  The port side has an “L” shaped settee with storage under the seat.  To starboard is a small storage area and another “L” shaped settee with storage under the aft seat and the forward section opens into a double berth.  Engine room access is gained through the salon floor. Further forward and to starboard is a bar area which overlooks the galley below.  Down three steps you enter the galley area with Amtico (used by Hatteras today) teak and holly flooring.  Under the second step is access to the air conditioning AC breakers and the third step features storage.  Top port is access to the full electrical panel.  To starboard is the “U” shaped galley area which features an electric oven and stove, large stainless steel sink and exceptional storage areas. To port and just past the panel is access into the head.  The head features a separate shower stall, sliding mirrored door vanity, and a LECTRA/SAN chemical toilet. All the way forward is the main cabin with “V” berths.  Under the berths are several storage drawers.  Along the port side is a large hanging locker and storage drawer.  Along the port and starboard sides of the cabin are built in storage/book shelves.  The main cabin has two frosted opening ports and a large overhead hatch.
GALLEY
The galley down and to starboard is “U” shaped and features ample cabinets, drawers, a stainless steel sink, and appliances to please any onboard chef. Large single stainless steel sink with faucet and sprayer Formica counter tops Large in-counter storage area Multiple storage cabinets and drawers Norcold refrigerator/freezer Princess electric stove and (3) burners Litton “Go Anywhere” microwave oven Folding top for stove features a cutting board and stainless steel back splash Galley with teak and holly flooring
DECK
Ideal electric anchor windlass with helm controls Danforth anchor with chain rode Bow pulpit with stainless steel anchor roller Stainless steel stanchions from deck house forward Stainless steel hand rails on deck house Rupp double spread outriggers with center rigger Built in live bait well along port side (4) pole rocket launcher on bridge (2) teaser reels mounted on aft bridge Stainless steel safety railings on bridge Padded cockpit coaming (6) built in rod holders Swim platform and transom door In cockpit sink and cutting station along starboard forward Tackle storage drawers and tackle storage center In cockpit sole fish boxes, self draining Fresh and raw water wash downs Stainless steel TV and telephone connection in cockpit Dockside water connection in cockpit Hard top with aluminum supports Dual Pompenette helm chairs with Sunbrella covers 12 volt spreader lights
ELECTRONICS
Platismo compass Simrad Robertson AP-22 autopilot NorthStar 951X chart plotter International Offshore depth indicator International Navigator for log, speed, and time Furuno radar display Furuno open array 48 mile radar Furuno FCV861 fish finder/depth indicator ICOM-IC-M304 VHF radio on bridge Standard Horizon VHF radio in main salon
ELECTRICAL
12 volt DC and 120 volt AC power (4) Orbital batteries in fiberglass battery boxes Stat-Power Pro-Sine True Sine Wave inverter with remote monitoring control Stat Power 12 volt, 40 Amp battery charger with remote monitoring panel Battery parallel switch Separate circuit panels for 12 volt, 120 volt, and air conditioning Westerbeke 8.0 Kw generator in custom made sound shield with 1020 hours (2) 30 Amp stainless steel shore power connections (2) 30 Amp shore power cords with adapters (2) Cruise Air marine reverse cycle air conditioning/heat with SMX II controls JVC Compact Component System MX-D75T JVC AM/FM Tuner, (3) disc CD player, controlling unit, and double cassette player JVC built in speakers in main salon Sansui flat screen 20” TV in main salon Alpine CDE-7828 AM/FM/CD player at bridge helm (4) Pioneer remote speakers on bridge and cockpit area 12 gallon hot water heater
MECHANICAL
Both engines were rebuilt in 1997 and subsequently a refit of the running gear was performed with larger 2” stainless steel shafts and Rolla propellers.  Each shaft is protected by propeller pockets.   Detroit diesel turbo-charged 6-71 TIC engines rebuilt to 450 hp each in 1997 Fresh water cooled engines Borg-Warner transmissions 2:1 ratio Italian Rolla (5) bladed propellers Port engine with 761 hours and starboard engine with 806 hours Walker Air-Sep on each engine Morse engine and transmission controls Racor primary fuel filters Racor gauges mounted in salon steps for ease of viewing Engine block heaters with thermostatic controls Oil exchanging system Engine room with temp and oil pressure gauges Flo-Scan fuel system monitors for each engine Twin-Scan full engine instrumentation at helm Teleflex engine and transmission stainless steel controllers Hynautic hydraulic steering with stainless steel wheel Cockpit engine controls and steering Glendinning synchronizer Bennett trim tabs with LCD level indicators Ray-Line electric spotlight with remote controller C02 fire suppression system in engine room  
BROKER’S REMARKS
An updated Hatteras 36 that is turn-key and ready for her new adventures.  The current owner has decided to down size.  A beautiful sport fishing Hatteras that will please even the most discriminating buyer.   Financing, insurance and delivery information available through listing broker.
Disclaimer
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.
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