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September 19, 2014

Sept. 19 – Hatteras Stats

Lamb’s Yacht Center

I know there are some of our readers who might like to have the stats on our new Hatteras…so here is what was on the yacht listing and a few engine room pictures.

LOA: 48 ft. 8 in
Beam: 15 ft. 0 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft. 0 in
Displacement: 45000 lbs.

Total Power: 870 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Detroit Diesel
Year Built: 1981
Engine Model: 6V92
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel

Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Detroit Diesel
Year Built: 1981
Engine Model: 6V92
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel

Cruising Speed: 15 knots
Maximum Speed: 19 knots

Fresh Water Tanks: (190 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (590 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (60 Gallons)

Three stateroom/three head layout. Galley down, handy to Salon. Light and bright salon with room for comfortable household-style seating. Engine room access at galley steps. Versatile upper/lower bunks in forward stateroom. Aft companionway offers convenient access to stack washer/dryer. Mid stateroom and master are located in the aft. Large aft deck with hard side enclosures, wing doors and custom wet bar. Easy steps lead up to the bridge, with a custom, top quality hard top.  

Corian counter top
Large household-style refrigerator
Princess, three-burner oven

Electronics and Navigation
Furuno RD30 Depth Finder (2)
Robertson 200DL Auto Pilot
Furuno Radar
Standard Co. VHF (2)
Clarion Sirius Radio - Bridge
Panasonic TV - Salon
DVD player/Stereo - Salon

220 volt/50 amp shore power
Port and Starboard shore power receptacles
15KW Onan generator
Sentry battery charger

Deck and Hull
Flybridge hard top, side enclosures
Pulpit, Ideal rope/chain windlass, Danforth anchor
Deck boxes (2)
Fender racks
6-step Tide Ride boarding ladder
4-step Vertical boarding ladder
RCL 100 remote spotlight (2)
Weather board fender racks

Engine and Mechanical
Air seps
4-zone CruiseAir Marine air conditioning
Block heaters
Naiad Stabilizers
Fuel polisher
Spare props
Vacuflush heads


  1. Looks as if you may have just purchased a floating money pit....B.O.A.T.= Break Out Another Thousand.

    1. We love having projects to work on. We've done almost everything we can do on The Pearl, so we needed something else to keep us busy when we aren't cruising. Got to spend your money somewhere!

  2. my old saying is "either you spend your money or your kids will"

  3. Gotta love comments from Anonymous people. Hatteras are outstanding boats. As for any boat some more than others, they do need care. I own a 66' Hatt. Enjoy her and time spent cruising. Me...I'm happy to break out that thousand.