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Own a classic Hatteras!

  • Year: 1986
  • Current Price: US$ 449,999 
  • Located in Portland, OR
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Twin diesel
  • YW# 80544-3031369
  • Courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS

Other photos: At home dock, Photo 2, Photo 3, Photo 4, Custom swim platform with staples, Photo 6, Cockpit works well as a fishing cockpit., Port aft quarter, Cockpit portside view, Looking forward from swim platform, Port aft quarter, Portside fwd, Portside aft, Portside boarding ladder, passerelle can also go here., Portside pilothouse door, Photo 16, Photo 17, Photo 18, Photo 19, Bow on!, Photo 21, Photo 22, Photo 23, Photo 24, Stbd side view, Photo 26, Photo 27, Photo 28, Photo 29, Flybridge looking forward to helm, Off air TV antenna and davits, Wet bar and bar stools on flybridge, Flybridge helm, Aft sundeck seating/lounging area, Flybridge companionway, Flybridge helm, Photo 37, Photo 38, Photo 39, Photo 40, Flybridge engine gauge cluster, Flybridge nav electrinics, Flybridge spotlight controls and stern thruster control, Bow thruster control and systems panel, View from flybridge helm to foredeck, Looking aft to the sun deck, and tender deck, Wet bar with fridge and icemaker, Mast, Stbd side davit, Pompanette helm chairs, 50hp Honda outboard on dinghy, Aft cockpit controls, Engine room and main engines, Photo 54, Dual racor fuel filters for both engines, Raw water strainer/sea strainer, Raw water strainer/sea strainer, Looking forward in engine room, New fuel manifold, MTU 6V-396, Engine room engine gauges stbd, Engine room engine gauges port, Engine room engine control panel, Engine room DC panel, Newer switches, Photo 66, Photo 67, Photo 68, Photo 69, Photo 70, Photo 71, Hot water heater stbd fwd, Air handler stbd, Air con handlers, Engine room workbench, Fuel transfer pump, Genset, 2 x 23kW, Engine room Elbex camera 1, Naiad stabilizer reservoir, Genset volt/amp gauges, Photo 81, Photo 82, Photo 83, Halon system, Photo 85, Expansion tank freshwater, Genset gauge cluster, Photo 88, Genset gauge cluster, Engine room Elbex camera 2, Photo 91, Watermaker controls, Watermaker controls, Watermaker membranes, Watermaker controls, Manuals, Lazarette work/storage area, Lazarette work/storage area, Salon looking fwd from aft entryway, Salon looking aft with accent lights on, Photo 101, Salon stbd aft couch and coffee table, Aft salon entry, Portside aft couch, Piano bar and stools, Original artwork, Original artwork, Original artwork, Keyboard behind piano bar, Piano bar, Original artwork, Looking forward down the stbd side of the salon, Salon overhead accents and lighting, Salon table with accent lighting on, Salon table with accent lighting on, Custom surround of guest and master accommodation stairwell., Custom urround of guest and master accommodation stairwell., Entertainment center, Photo 119, Looking aft in salon, Looking aft in salon, Looking from salon fwd into galley, Looking from salon fwd into crew mess or kids eating area, Entertainment center open, Entertainment center closed, all on remote, Photo 126, Photo 127, Photo 128, Ummmm, can you pass me the mix tape please!, Galley, New side by side fridge/freezer, Modern Maid stove and oven, Photo 133, Sharp microwave, Galley sinks, Looking forward to the pilothouse from the galley, Pilothouse portside, Pilothouse seating, The explanation of " Section 37", Pilothouse looking to stbd, Pilothouse storage, Photo 142, CC TV, CC TV, Communications gear, Robertson autopilot, Dash center, Radar, Photo 149, Stern thruster, Bow thruster, Photo 152, Spotlight control, Hatteras systems panel, Naiad Stabilizer panel, More manuals, Compass, Watermaker control panels, Color video sounder, Wind speed and direction, Stereo, Tank tender, Main electrical panel, 110VAC, 220VAC, 24VDC, 12VDC, Photo 164, Stairs to crew quarters, Sub panel, Under the lower helm dash, plenty of room to work, Stairs to Flybridge, Pilothouse overhead, Looking into the converted crew galley, Converted crew galley, now houses washer, dryer, fridge, freezer and wine cooler, Asko washer and dryer, New sub panel to control all new appliances in converted crew galley, Double drawer Sub-Zero fridge and freezer, Photo 175, Wine cooler, Photo 177, Work space, Captains cabin, Door to shared head/shower, Crew head, Crew head, Access to anchor locker, In twin bunk crew cabin looking aft, Crew cabin looking forward, Crew cabin, Stairs back to pilothouse, Stairs to master and guest accom., VIP queen berth with en-suite head/shower stbd side, Photo 190, Photo 191, VIP head, VIP shower, Guest stateroom to port with twins., Photo 195, Guest closet, Photo 197, Looking forward to master stateroom, Guest head/shower which is also day head, Photo 200, Unique head seat!, Shower, Master with king size island berth and accent lights, Mirrored closets in master to portside, Vanity to stbd in master with accent lights, Lighted bulkhead behind master berth, of Manhattan skyline circa 1986 (switched), Overhead lighting in master, Closets with accent lighting, Original artwork., Master looking to stbd, Master looking aft to entry door, Master light switching, Master head, Photo 214, Photo 215, Photo 216, Photo 217, Photo 218.




This 1986 85' Hatteras, is a must see!!! This yacht is a factory extended vessel, originally built at 77'. The aft cockpit and custom swim platform are an easy entry point to the vessel, with additional boarding opportunities up forward next to the pilothouse via a ladder, or a passerelle if one so desires. The custom swim platform was added by the current owner, and has stainless steel staples, multiple cleats, and a roller in the center to allow the deployment of a stern anchor.

The transom has an outward opening transom door, with an opening caprail portion to allow entry into the cockpit. Once in the cockpit, there are ample rodholders for fishing rods, deck brushes, and boat hooks. In the deck is a large hatch which allows access to stern thruster etc, as well as storage. There is an aft helm station, with gear, throttle, and thruster controls, to allow manuvering from the cockpit when backing in. 

Through the salon door, and up the stairs, you enter into a huge salon that shows the decor from bygone era, with lots of whites and creams, gold, and hints of pink from hidden access lighting. There is a dancefloor under the current carpet, that holds hundreds of LED lights, which correspond to the LED lights in the ceiling. This dance floor, and the rotating entertainment system (yes, there is a cassette player, bring your mix tapes) will ensure that there is always something to dance about. There is a piano bar with a keyboard bartop, and an actual keyboard behind for the aspiring musician, or hired entertainer for the dinner party you're throwing. Original Faberge artwork still adorns the salon. 

From the salon, you can either go down a set of stairs to the guest accommodation, or forward to the galley and crew mess. Yes, this vessel has three staterooms, and two crew quarter cabins for three crew (captain and two). The crew quarters are up forward, and can easily double as extra guest quarters with an owner operated setup, in essence making the vessel a 5 stateroom yacht. The galley is nicely equipped, so that even a professional chef would have enough room to prepare food for a function if need be. The large double door/side by side stainless fridge/freezer is brand new, installed in 2015. There have only ever been a few bottles of condiments in the fridge door, and those migrated over from the old fridge!! There is a four plate electric stove, with full size oven below. There are two eye level microwave ovens, one directly over the stove top, and another just next to it. There is a double sink, dishwasher, and trash compactor to make life easy in this galley. There is a crew mess area to the stbd side of the galley, and has enough seating for about six people. 

Forward of the galley, is the pilothouse, with everything needed to run this vessel. This vessel is equipped with bow and stern thrusters, which can be run from all three stations. The pilothouse also has two screens for the closed circuit tv cameras in the engine room, to help you monitor engine room status underway. VHF, autopilot, SSB, radar, rudder angle indicator, hailer, intercom system (throughout vessel), engine gauges, depth and speed gauges, compass, Naiad Stabilizer controls, emergency engine shutoffs, main electrical panels AC/DC, spot/search lights, watermaker controls (dual), tank tender (fluid measurement system), can all be found here. Although older, all electronics work, and provide a capable navigation system. It would be the new owner's prerogative to upgrade to new.

From the pilothouse, one can exit port or stbd pilothouse doors, to access the foredeck and the ground tackle. Down the staircase forward of the pilothouse, one drops into the crew quarter area, where you will find  new washer and dryer (full size units), and undercounter top of the line Subzero dual drawer style fridge and freezers for additional food storage for those extended trios being on anchor in far flung regions. There is also a good size wine cooler under the counter top. All of these appliances are new.

From the salon, down the portside stairs, and you are in the guest accommodation. There is a central day/shared head/shower for the portside double twin stateroom, the queen size VIP to stbd has an ensuite head and shower, and the master stateroom is foward with ensuite head and shower. all staterooms are spacious, with plenty of storage and cedar lined large closets. The master stateroom, is another highlight of the vessel, with original artwork, a forward bulkhead (headboard) with the Manhattan skyline as a backdrop when switched on, lots of mirrors, heaps of closet space, and soft accent lighting. It is quite something to behold! There is a total of 4 heads in the vessel. 

Back to the aft cockpit, and the stairs up to the salon lift, and the entrance to the lazarette and engine room is revealed. The MTU 6V-396 engines push the vessel to a cruising speed of 17kts, and top speed of 22kts. Two 23kW Westerbeke gensets provide ample AC power at any time. All Air conditioning handlers, watermaker pumps and membranes etc are found in the engine room. The boat has been professionally maintained with regular fluid changes etc, and has been kept in excellent running condition. The engine and lazarette provide ample work spaces too. Loads of onboard spares. 

Section 37 needs the attentions of a new owner, and will need some cosmetic work. Come see her now and make an offer! 

This listing is courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.