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1994 70 (ft.) Hatteras Yachts Cockpit Motor Yacht

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General Information

Listing# 76653

Unknown, Trinidad and Tobago
Boat Type
Model Year
Motor Yachts
Cockpit Motor Yacht
70 (ft.)
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Engine Model
Number of Engines
Engine Hours

General Details

Unusual in her design, this 70' Hatteras was built to answer the demand of Hatteras buyers to include a cockpit, a custom aft deck, huge flybridge, separate on-deck galley and the updated Hatteras layout. 

The engines were completely serviced in January 2009, and the life raft was also certified in 2009. Other recent upgrades include a new soft goods package in 2009, underwater lights and a Brownie's Third Lung. 850 Hours since rebuild. 



Owner wants this boat sold in the next 2 – 3 weeks.
He is very motivated to sell!


Total Power: 1110
Fuel: 1596 Fresh Water: 343 Holding: 180
Vessel Walkthrough
OWNER WILL TAKE SMALLER BOAT IN TRADE. ALSO WILL ENTERTAIN OWNER FINANCING TO QUALIFIED BUYERS. RECENT UPGRADES INCLUDE NEW SOFT GOODS PACKAGE IN 2009, UNDERWATER LIGHTS AND A BROWNIE'S THIRD LUNG. LOW HOURS ON THE ENGINES! Unusual in her design, this 70' Hatteras was built to answer the demand of Hatteras buyers to have a cockpit, an aft deck, a separate on-deck galley and the updated Hatteras layout. The aft deck flows to the Salon through a lucite door and oversize window. the Salon is completely separate from the galley, next forward. Separate stairs give access to the huge Master Suite with a king size berth and the full beam engine room. The Pilothouse area, forward on the main deck, gives access to the forward VIP suite, the midship VIP suite and the upper/lower crew cabin with private head between the two suites. The widened flybridge is accessed via the pilothouse stairs.
The Salon is entered through the custom lucite door from the aft deck. Immediately to port are two (2) leather swivel barrel chairs with a wood three-drawer chest and a small ottoman between. Next forward is an L-shaped five-cushion couch with storage below. In front of the couch is a triangular glass and lucite coffee table. Forward to starboard is the private access to the Master Suite and the engine room. Next aft is a curved entertainment center with two (2) doors and a Corian top. Within is the following equipment: 40" Sharp Aquos TV Yamaha RX 485 stereo receiver Sony DVP N5 325 CD/DVD player Sony CDP CE 275 5-disc CD player Mitsubishi H5 U440 HiFi VCR Also in the Salon are pleated shades all around, upholstered valances with rope lighting and upholstered lamberkins, twelve (12) overhead lights, stereo speakers, Cruiseair SMX II digital A/C controls, a Panasonic Hybrid telephone and a removable carpet runner.
Just forward of the Salon is the fully enclosed Galley with a hinged door to both the Salon and the wheelhouse. To starboard is a raised settee to seat four (4) with two (2) drawers under the seats and four (4) drawers in the riser that raises the settee for improved exterior visibility. Next forward (actually in the wheelhouse under the stairs) is a Sub Zero under counter refrigerator. The Galley itself is to port, is U-shaped and includes the following equipment: Kitchen Aid Superba side-by-side refrigerator/freezer with water & ice through the door Jenn Air 4-burner Ceran cooktop Whirlpool full-size oven (new in 2005) GE Profile Spacemaker XL1400 microwave with work light & exhaust fan Franke white two-basin sink Insinkerator garbage disposal Grohe single lever faucet with pull out spray nozzle Whirlpool Quiet Wash Plus dishwasher Whirlpool trash compactor Corian countertops Under counter lighting Cruiseair SMX II A/C controls Dimmable fluorescent lighting Under counter fluorescent lighting Tile look vinyl sole (13) cabinet doors (5) drawers Stereo speakers with volume control Panasonic Hybrid telephone Central vacuum inlet Incandescent lighting over dinette Lucite & Corian dinette table Sliding side windows port & starboard Pleated shades with upholstered valances, rope lights & lamberkins
Master Stateroom
The Master Cabin is huge with a king size centerline berth, with an upholstered headboard and a fully mirrored aft bulkhead. Above the berth is a mirrored soffit with three (3) halogen mini spotlights. Below the berth are four (4) large storage drawers and rope lights around the perimeter. Both port and starboard are night stands with two (2) drawers each, and within the starboard is a Sony EXCD 206 AM/FM/CD stereo. Also to both port and starboard are chest high cabinets with six (6) drawers each side. Above are two (2) large opening screened port holes for ventilation or escape. Upholstered valances and lamberkins with rope lighting and pleated shades frame the port holes. At the forward end of the starboard side is access to the large walk-in cedar-lined hanging locker. Within the locker are four (4) shalves with a JVC HR VP4700 HiFi VCR, a Sony DVP N5325 DVD/CD player and an RCA sat receiver ensuite. To port is access to the private head.
Master Head
The sole of the Master Head is vinyl tile. The vanity has two (2) cabinet doors below and a molded sink and countertop above. The sink fixtures are two-tone. A large mirror over the sink is flanked by two (2) medicine cabinets. The toilet is a Galley Maid electric model. The tub/shower is an oversized two-person jacuzzi tub with two (2) clear glass sliding shower doors. The shower fixture is hand held or wall mountable. Above are two (2) lights and a Hide-A-Line clothes line. Also in the head is fluorescent and incandescent lighting, a manual shower sump switch, an exhaust fan, an A/C vent and a mirrored overhead.
Forward VIP Stateroom
All the way forward is the forward VIP staterom with a double berth on centerline. Above the berth is an upholstered headboard on a mirrored bulkhead with two (2) mirrored doors, giving access to the divided rope locker. Above the berth is a raised soffit with four (4) lights and a screened deck hatch to the foredeck. Below the berth are two (2) drawers at the foot of the bed and rope lighting under the perimeter of the berth. To both port and starboard are padded vinyl panels with frosted opening port holes with small ledges below to serve as night stands. Next aft on both sides are built-in cabinets with two (2) drawers each. Below, each has a storage cabinet. Also to port is a cedar-lined hanging locker with an auto light. Aft and up three (3) steps is a landing with acces to the forward VIP head. Also in this cabin are two (2) stereo speakers with volume control, step lights, Cruiseair SMX II digital A/C controls and bilge access hatches.
Forward VIP Head
The forward head also serves as a day head and has two (2) entry doors - one from the companionway and the other from the forward suite. The sole is vinyl tile. The toilet is a Galley Maid electric model. The vanity has two (2) cabinet doors below and a molded sink and countertop and two-tone faucet fixtures. Above the sink is a corner medicine cabinet with a mirrored door. Above are fluorescent lights, an exhaust fan and a deck hatch with a removable screen. The stall shower has a bi-fold clear glass door, a hand held or wall mountable shower fixture, a light and a Hide-A-Line clothes line. Also in the head are manual sump controls, rope lighting and two (2) storage cabinets behind the toilet.
Midships VIP Stateroom
The Midships VIP suite is full beam and laid out with the berth off the forward bulkhead. The queen size berth has an upholstered headboard set on a mirrored bulkhead. Above are two (2) reading lights in the soffit, and below the berth are rope lights and four (4) large storage drawers. Each side of the berth has a three-drawer nightstand. To the port side is a chest of six (6) drawers with a countertop above. Above is an oversize screened porthole for ventilation or escape. Pleated shades and an upholstered valance with lamberkins and rope lighting frame the porthole. Next aft is a full-size cedar-lined hanging locker with auto lights. To starboard is the entrance to the VIP head and a matching full-size cedar-lined hanging locker with auto lights. Also in this cabin are stereo speakers with volume control, digital Cruiseair SMX II A/C controls, overhead lights, a table lamp and upholstered panels on the aft bulkhead.
Midships VIP Head
The VIP head is very spacious and accessed only from the VIP suite. The sole is "tile look" vinyl. The large vanity has two (2) cabinet doors below for storage, a molded countertop and sink, two-tone faucet fixtures and a large mirrored medicine cabinet with two (2) sliding doors. The toilet is a Galley Maid electric model. The tub/shower is a jacuzzi tub and has sliding clear glass doors, a hand held or wall mountable shower fixture, a light and a Hide-A-Line clothes line. Also in the head are both incandescent and fluorescent lighting, a mirrored overhead, an exhaust fan, a manual shower sump switch and an A/C vent.
Crew Quarters
Just aft of the forward VIP stateroom is access to the crew quarters. Over/under berths are arranged athwartships bunk style, and each berth has a reading light. Above the upper berth is a two-door storage cabinet and an upholstered valance with rope lighting. The corner berth also has a storage cabinet outboard and two (2) large drawers below. Forward is a hanging locker with cedar lining and auto lights. Also in the crew quarters is two (2) overhead light fixtures, two (2) stereo speakers with volume control and a digital Cruiseair SMX panel for the air conditioning.
Crew Head
The crew head features vinyl tile sole, a Galley Maid electric toilet, a vanity with two (2) cabinet doors below and a molded sink and countertop and two-tone fixtures. Above the sink is a medicine cabinet with a mirrored door. Above are fluorescent lights, an exhaust fan and a deck hatch with a removable screen. The stall shower has a bi-fold clear glass door, a hand held or wall mountable shower fixture, a light and a Hide-A-Line clothes line. Also in the head are manual sump controls, rope lighting and two (2) storage cabinets behind the toilet.
Equipment includes: Custom widened flybridge with (2) L-shaped seats & a walkway between New style flybridge entry w/sliding hatch, door & steps to Pilothouse Fiberglass non-skid decks (2) Corian tables at seating groups Romovable flybridge cushions w/storage below Aluminum radar arch that folds aft hydraulically (2) courtesy lights on arch Tinted Venturi windshield w/stainless rail above Custom fiberglass cabinet with Sub Zero freezer to port Bimini top with 3-side clear vinyl enclosure & (5) U-zips Custom aft storage canvas w/removable door (2) Murray Bros. white molded helm seats w/removable cushions & footrests (4) 6" x 9" Poly Planar speakers Flybridge console cover Furuno Nav Net 10" screen with plotter/depth/radar 6" Ritchie magnetic compass in white binnacle Detroit Diesel EDM gauges (2) VDO volt meters VDO rudder angle indicator Robertson AP autopilot remote head Datamarine Corinthian digital speed log/remote Datamarine 3030 digital depth/remote Standard Horizon Spectrum Plus VHF Sony AM/FM/CD with weather cover Naiad bow thruster controls Panasonic Hybrid telephone Hatteras Systems monitor ACR searchlight controls Naiad stabilizer controls Sturdy/DDC engine clutch & throttle controls DDC station active controls (5) bilge pump switches Windlass controls Blower controls Trim tab controls Start/stop switches ACR 406 EPIRB Marquipt 1100 lb. low profile davit (2) spare props chocked on boat deck with canvas covers Stainless steel household BBQ grill on boat chock Aluminum radar mast on flybridge arch KVH Trac Vision G6 dome on arch KVH Trac Vision 6 dome on arch Dual Trumpet electric air horns
Electrical System
Equipment includes: Port & starboard Glendinning Cablemaster cord reels - 50 amp, 220V at bow with 75' of cord (2) Vanner 60 amp battery equalizers Guest battery insulator (4) Guest battery switches Sentry 24V 50 amp battery charger (4) 8D batteries, new in 2006 (2) Onan 20 Kw generators Charge Pro 2620 12 volt 10 amp battery charger Speco 115 volt AC to 12.6 volt DC regulated power supply for electronics 50 amp 220/125 volt power inlet in cockpit 50 amp 125 volt power inlet in cockpit 50 amp 240 volt shore power inlet midship 50 amp 120 volt shore power inlet midship (2) telephone/TV inlets with cords on both side decks Electrical bonding system GFCI outlets as required
Engine/Mechanical Equipment
Equipment includes: Chrome package on main engines Walker Airsep crank case ventilation system (2) Leeson fuel priming pumps Six point Reverso oil change system 30 gallon fresh oil tank Naiad model 254 stabilizer system Engine block heaters Air compressor hose & chock Panasonic electronic modular phone system Clear lucite covers over important hatches in engine room sole Kidde 75 lb. CO2 fire control system dated 2009 (2) dockside water pressure regulators Dual 1000 Racor fuel filters for each engine w/vacuum gauges Jabsco 24V DC water pressure system Water pressure accumulator tank Nutone central vacuum system (2) Dayton DC engine room fans Work vise Dripless shaft seals Four point fuel manifold Brass clock & barometer 40 gallon AO Smith water heater Craftsman 3-drawer tool chest Galley Maid 110V fresh water pump 400 gpd Village watermaker (2009) Detroit Diesel 3:1 reduction gears Racor 500 filter for each generator (2) 24 volt engine room blowers Incandescent 24 volt lighting Fluorescent 110 volt lighting 3 1/2" stainless steel propeller shafts Custom workbench area stowed overhead between engines Fuel tanks as follows: Forward 210 gallons Forward mid 525 gallons Forward aft 646 gallons Aft 215 gallons Total fuel tankage: 1596 gallons 600 hours SMOH - $25,000 spent in 2009 on the engines and generators
The Pilothousse is entered via the port and starboard sliding doors and an aft door from the Galley. The sole of this area is a tile-look vinyl. The helm is on centerline with a two-person helm seat aft. The helm seat is covered in black Ultra Leather and has two (2) chart drawers, a slide-out footrest and four (4) cabinet doors below for storage. To the port of the helm seat is a two-door cabinet with countertop above. To the starboard side of the helm seat are stairs to the flybridge and a small storage cabinet furthest outboard. To the port side of the helm is the yacht's main electrical panel with generator start/stop switches and electric switch gear. Also in the Pilothouse is the following equipment: Datamarine apparent wind indicator Trimble Nav Trac XL GPS Raytheon Ray 430 loudhailer Raytheon Ray 202 VHF Datamarine Navigator speed distance log Datamarine International Offshore digital depth Robertson AP 3000 DL autopilot Naiad bow thruster controls Furuno 12" color video depth sounder Furuno 72-mile Rastar scan radar Dytek ST 500 seawater temp gauge Full VDO engine gauges DDEC station active controls w/synchronizer DDEC electronic control module Bennett trim tab controls w/auto set control Soderberg red/white chart light Panasonic Hybrid phone Chelsea brass clock & barometer Brass thermometer/hygrometer Brass tide clock Hatteras alarm panel ACR searchlight controls Naiad stabilizer controls Tankwatch holding tank monitor (4) VDO fuel gauges VDO water gauge Emergency engine shut offs (2) stereo speakers (4) overhead lights 5" Ritchie magnetic compass in binnacle Cruiseair SMX II digital A/C controls Emergency back up controls for Sturdy/DDC engine controls in cabinet
Forward Companionway
Leading down from the Pilothouse are four (4) curved steps with step lights. At the base of the stairs is a cabinet with a Whirlpool Thin Twin stacked washer/dryer and fluorescent light. Next forward is access to the day head, forward VIP stateroom and the crew quarters. In the sole is access to the generator room. Going aft down four (4) steps is the midship VIP stateroom, two (2) linen lockers and the Sony EXCD-206 AM/FM/CD stereo that serves the forward three (3) cabins.
Aft Deck
Four steps up from the cockpit is the Hatteras custom aft deck. Extending 7 1/2 feet forward, there is plenty of room for seating and entertaining. Equipment includes: Sliding glass side windows Clear lucite door to the Salon Oversize fixed tinted glass window into the Salon Tinted plexiglass weatherboards aft below the handrail 3-panel clear vinyl enclosure with U-zips above the handrail Removable carpet over fiberglass non-skid sole L-shaped cabinet to starboard with a sink, Kitchen Aid ice maker and a cabinet for glass & liquor storage with a corian top (4) overhead lights (2) Bose stereo speakers "Outdoor" rattan sofa "Outdoor" rattan chair Hi-lo table with Corian top Aft controls w/throttles, clutches, bow thruster, start/stop & station active controls
Aft Companionway
The Master cabin and engine room are accessed via curved stairs behind a half-height glass partition with a sea life motif sandblasted into the glass. Eight (8) curved steps lead to the lower level, with a large mirrored bulkhead at the landing below. The engine room is forward, the Master stateroom is aft. Halfway down is a storage cabinet under the side deck, and the steps have lucite handrails and step lights.
Fore Deck Equipment
Fiberglass non-skid sole 60 lb. Plow type anchor in anchor chute Hatteras bow pulpit w/painted-out teak inserts Galley Maid vertical windlass with rope capstan & chain gypsy Up & down foot switches for windlass All stainless bow rails with lifelines (no teak) Spare anchor rode & chocks on deck (2) mounted fiberglass deck boxes Bow seat w/storage below & removable cushions Bow sun pad w/removable cushions Custom stainless steel handrails at sun pad (3) deck hatches with canvas covers Fresh water wash down with quick disconnect feature (3) windshield wipers w/washers 8-step Marquipt tide Ride boarding ladder Courtesy lights over Pilothouse doors Mounted boat hook 4-step vertical Marquipt boarding ladder Black Textulene windshield cover Hailer horn ACR RCL 100 spotlight International navigation lights (3) port & (3) starboard spring line cleats Port & starboard sliding Pilothouse doors Fender slide tracks on hull sides Dockside water inlets port & starboard
Features include: Custom molded cabinet forward with six (6) cabinet doors Hinged top for gaff storage Four (4) molded steps up to the aft deck (8) flush mount rod holders SOS flush mount "skiff type" outrigger Cockpit sunshade (2) rod storage holders (6) place rocket launcher (2) under gunwale cockpit lights Walkthrough transom door Freshwater wash down with quick disconnect fitting Saltwater wash down with quick disconnect fitting Hatteras fiberglass swim platform Removable two-step boarding ladder on port side Lazarette access with lights & carpeted sole 60 lb. Danforth stored aft but mounts on bow chock Fiberglass non-skid sole Electric reel outlet Aft hailer horn
The tender is a light grey 15' Caribe with a 60 hp Yamaha 4-stroke OB with power trim & Dolphin stabilizers. Other features include: Console steering with side helm Upholstered double helm seat Standard Horizon Intrepid & VHF Tachometer, speed gauge & fuel gauge Hummingbird digital depth gauge Ritchie compass Seat in front on console Bow seat & bow step Lifting bridle Aluminum deck cocks for tender Navigation lights Freshwater shower New tubes in 2009
Generator Room
The aft generator has 3,396 hours, and the forward generator has 4,605 hours. Other equipment includes: 2 hp Sanborn household air compressor Fresh water spigot with hose Naiad hydraulic reservoir for thruster (2) Jefferson electric 15 KVA transformers DC incandescent lighting PTO on aft generator (7) Cruiseair air conditioning compressors: Bow stateroom compressor 7,000 BTU's Galley compressor 12,000 BTU's Midship stateroom compressor 10,000 BTU's Master stateroom compressor 20,000 BTU's Salon compressor 30,000 BTU's Pilothouse compressor 16,000 BTU's Forward stateroom compressor 7,000 BTU's 35 lb. Kidde CO2 fire system for this area
"Whatever" seems to embody all the Hatteras buyers' wants and needs in a Motor Yacht ..... three (3) double suites, cockpit, an aft deck, a huge flybridge and a good turn of speed. "Whatever" is as built and not an extended version. Interior joinery is oak with a white pearl essence toner, as was popular in the mid 90's on Hatteras production and custom series yachts. Owner may consider real estate as well as a trade for a smaller boat 45' to 55'.
While every effort was made to list all pertinent included equipment aboard "Whatever", there are some personal belongings aboard. Prospective purchasers should assume any item not specifically mentioned herein will not convey at closing.
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.