Hatteras 72 Cockpit Motor Yacht
Hatteras 72 Cockpit Motor Yacht for sale | 72'0" | 1981 | 2x diesel 650hp | GRP Construction | Semi-Displacement underwater profile | 8 sleeping berths | Boat REF# 254140
|Lying||Everett, WA USA - Shown by Appointment|
|Fuel capacity||1,700.0 USG Total - 3 Tanks|
|Water capacity||350.0 USG Total - 2 Tanks|
|Holding tank capacity||200.0 USG Total - 2 Tanks|
|Engine||2 x diesel 650hp|
|Engine make and model||Detroit 12V71TI (1981)|
|Engine Hours||Engine1: 1910 engine2: 1910|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||22.0 USG /hour At Cruising Speed|
|Cruising speed (approx)||13 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||18 knots|
*Engine hours: 1910 hrs since major overhaul completed in mid-late 1990's as reported to current owner. No records available.
*Fuel consumption: Current owner frequently cruises at 10 knots to specifically conserve fuel and has estimated consumption to be approx 22 gph. Estimate at 13 knot (1800-1850 rpm) cruise is approx. 40gph. Owner reports his maximum cruise is approx. 18 knots. While literature indicates max cruise near 23 knots.
*Electrical system: 12v., 24v., 32v., 110v., 220v.
3 power receptacles (Port and Starboard): 120v - 50 amp; 2 - 240v - 50amp.
*Batteries: Total 27 - 200 amp AGM Batteries on board.
8 - 8v. engine start; 12 - 8v. house (new 2018); 1 - 12v. start -Northern Lights genset; 4 - 12v (w/ separate charger) for 48v. bow thruster; 2 - 12v. (with separate charger) for 24v. stern thruster.
Twin Outback FX series 32v. 3200VA inverters in parallel mode and Mate remote at helm (approx 12 - 18 hours of 110v power).
* 48v. bow thruster
* 24v. stern thruster
*Mathers engine controls (MMC)
*Props: 4-blade - 32x31 - 2 spares
*One spare shaft
*Dual Racor fuel filters on each engine with manifolds.
*Fuel polishing/filtration system and transfer pump from stern tank.
*Oil changing system.
*Triple station redundant engine instrumentation: Main helm, Flybridge and Engine room.
*Surveillance cameras in engine room, main helm station and cockpit.
*220v. Hydraulic pump for stern door and cockpit hatch actuators.
Northern Lights - 20kw; 798 hrs. SMOH (Rebuilt 2013 at 3640 hrs.)
Kohler - 20kw (original) - 1900 hrs.
*FloScan 53-02 fuel monitors with digital gauges.
*32v. Naiad Stabilizers, system-driven by Starboard engine.
Oct 2017: Haul out
251-1 32v Naiad hydraulic Stabilizers pulled and resealed. (also serviced in 2012)
Shafts - repacked
Port Rudder post repacked and sealed
Bottom paint (blister on port stabilizer found and professionally repaired)
Starboard prop straightened and tuned.
Port prop straightened
Starboard rudder post repacked and sealed.
Port main muffler replaced with custom muffler.
(Note: known issue - starboard muffler weeping under pressure and will require replacing).
Installed large swimstep
Lewmar - 24 v. 20hp Stern Thruster (with wireless remote) installed with dedicated batteries and charger
Installed underwater lights.
Remodeled transom door.
All thru hull fittings and sea strainers replaced.
Lewmar - 48v. 22hp bow thruster (with wireless remote) installed with dedicated batteries and charger.
*Upgrades and work completed by previous owners as reported to current owner:
Exterior professionally painted with Sterling Marine Boat Paint.
Engines: Walker Airsep systems upgrade.
Sealand Whisper Quiet 600gpd water maker with freshwater flush system.
Engines had major overhaul.
12 volt, 27 batteries charged by: engine, shore power, generator
*LOA Moorage: 75'
*Fuel: Total tankage onboard is 1700 gals in 3 stainless steel tanks.
2 tanks - mid-engine room, are active with a total of 1200 gals.
1 tank - cockpit, 500 gals - decommissioned. Current owner reports it was decommissioned by one of previous owners for unknown reasons. Current owner has not needed extra gallonage.
Water: 2 fiberglass tanks, connected, only 1 fill.
*All exterior windows resealed - 2017.
*7 units Cruise-Air heat pumps for heating and air-conditioning. Two new circulating pumps drive these 7 units.
- 3 units run on 240v system.
- 4 units run on 120v system.
- BTU's range from 15,000 - 25,000. Total for all 7 zones: 130,000 btu.
*KVH M7 Satellite dish - installed Fall 2017.
*Sealand Whisper Quiet 600gpd water maker with freshwater flush system - 2008.
* Two stack washer/dryer units - master stateroom and crew/guest area (washer in crew area leaks, dryer operable).
Waterline Boats / Boatshed did not independently verify capacities, or dimensions described in this listing. Information is derived from seller-provided information and/or literature.
|Total # of berths||8|
|No. of double berths||1|
|No. of single berths||6|
|Air conditioning||7 Air conditioning Units rated at 80 BTU/h|
|Heads||4 heads (Electric)|
|Pressurised water system|
|Hot water system|
|Fresh water wash|
You may board this yacht from three approaches: while at your home port, the custom boarding steps with handrail and platform make it very easy to access the pilothouse to load personal belongings, equipment and stores. Or, while at guest moorage, use the custom stainless boarding ladder or step aboard the custom swim platform and enter the cockpit via a custom transom door.
When entering via the platform into the pilothouse, you choose to either move aft toward the galley and salon or forward to the office and crew or guest quarters.
Beginning my description of this yacht from the aft and moving forward: The extended custom swim step with staples (installed 2014) lends security while boarding and transiting to the expansive cockpit. The cockpit is large enough to host a large sit-down dinner for several guests while at anchor or for friends and family to store and launch kayaks or paddleboards. Climb a short ladder to a small aft deck (great place for a quiet cup of coffee or cocktail in the afternoon!); you may continue up the second ladder, which is covered to protect the deck from rain, to the upper deck to launch the 13.5’ Zodiac dinghy. There is a large sliding door from the small aft deck to enter the full beam salon.
The interior of this yacht is beautifully and comfortably appointed throughout every area. The large windows throughout provide an abundance of light and a sense of spaciousness in even the smaller cabins. The salon is furnished with a leather settee and couch, a large table that may expand to seat 8 comfortably. A custom bar and storage cabinet finished with a granite counter top includes a beverage refrigerator. The entertainment center has a 48” TV with KVH Satellite, DVD and stereo. Large windows surrounding all sides of the salon allow natural light to brighten the entire space. One can easily imagine enjoying an afternoon with a good book or having a crowd to watch a game.
The private master stateroom is accessed via a circular stairway aft with a privacy door. The stateroom layout: pedestal king bed, built in drawers, shelves for books, a small portable electric fireplace, and a large walk-in closet with stack washer/dryer unit. A jetted tub with shower and granite counter tops in the head compliment a feeling of understated comfort and elegance.
The galley is forward and separated from the salon by a door. To starboard is a large C-shaped settee and dinette. The galley includes a full sized refrigerator, electric stove and oven and microwave. Notable is the amount of counter space and storage. There are even clever spice racks hidden in a few cupboards – imagine the meals you or your chef might create!
Step through another private doorway to the pilothouse. The current owner, along with his son, has updated all the systems with redundancy to ensure complete confidence in the operation of the yacht. Three electrical panels manage the 12v., 24v., 32v., 110v., 220v. systems. Instrumentation with redundancy to computers monitor all engine room gauges and activity, navigation, radar and security systems.
There are sliding doors port and starboard for easy access to the foredeck to either deploy fenders or enjoy the foredeck settee.
Interior access to the flybridge is via a ladder from the pilothouse. The helm has 360 degree visibility, all electronics and navigation (which communicate with pilothouse), and side-by-side captains chairs. Entertaining or relaxing is enjoyed year round as it is completely enclosed, has two large settees and a coffee table with folding chairs, and wet bar. An extra freezer has been installed for your daily catch or extra food for your extended cruise.
Forward and down a few steps from the pilothouse is a private office area with desk and file drawers. Two staterooms with bunks and separate heads are just forward and to port of the office area. This may be a perfect for crew or a private area for friends and family. Moving aft down a couple of steps is the second washer/dryer located in the companionway. Just forward of the engine room is a fourth head with separate shower and a private fourth stateroom with side-by-side bunks.
The engine room has approximately 6’4” headroom and includes the twin Detroit 12V71TI engines, Naiad stabilizers, Northern Lights and Kohler 20kw generators, house vacuum system, hot water heater and redundant electrical panels and gauges for all systems.
This yacht is outfitted and ready for extended cruising anywhere you may wish to explore!
*Dual Furuno open-array radar systems - 48 miles reach.
* Datamarine windspeed and direction
* ComNav 1420 Autopilot with pilothouse and flybridge remotes
* Furuno FCV 582L color depth sounder/fishfinder
* Garmin 7212 (Main helm) - Garmin 5212 (Flybridge); both integrated GPS/plotter systems with AIS Receiver, installed 2015.
* Windows PC, 2 screens, with Coastal Explorer GPS navigation software and all gauges slaved to monitor.
* ICOM M-125 VHF (Pilothouse); ICOM VHF (Flybridge)
* 2 Furuno FS-1501 SSB radios
* C-Phone intercom system throughout the boat.
* Onboard WiFi and ethernet network, with external antenna for dockside WiFi.
* Onboard coaxial cable network for dockside cable connection.
*Multiple surveillance cameras: engine room, cockpit, pilothouse.
Electric Galley Maid windlass
325'0" of chain
Zodiac Yacht Line YL-420DL dinghy (1999)
50hp outboard, Yamaha, Short shaft (2000)
*Anchor: 80 # Plow
*Windlass: Galley Maid electric, 32v.
*Dinghy: 13.5 ft.
*Dinghy tube set changed 2016.
*Custom Swimstep with staples.
*Lewmar - 48v. 22hp bow thruster.
*Lewmar - 24 v. 20hp stern thruster.
*Hydraulic cockpit hatch.
*MarQuip 6-step aluminum ladder (2012).
*Custom steel dockside boarding platform.
12 bilge pumps (0 manual / 12 electric)
Bilge pumps: 8 - 32v pumps with floats.
3 - 32v. shower/sink sumps with with automatic float switches.
This is a beautiful example of a customized Hatteras 72 Cockpit Motoryacht. Originally built in 1981, she was outfitted with a custom aftermarket 11’ cockpit extension in the 1990’s. The expansive cockpit includes a hydraulic hatch to access the large storage compartments below, several additional storage lockers, and stern docking station. The current owner added a custom swim step with staples, underwater lights, and 24v. stern thruster. An example of the extensive systems onboard which will support executive entertaining, living aboard or extended cruising: Naiad stabilizers, 600gpd water maker, 1700 gals fuel, full redundancy in all navigation systems in the pilothouse and fly bridge, a large freezer, two washer/dryers, and two generators.
The accommodations include a large, private aft master stateroom with walk-in closet and stacking washer/dryer and large head with a jetted tub. Forward and down from the pilothouse is an office area, 3 staterooms (each with their own head), and a laundry area in the companionway.
On the main deck, the wide body configuration provides a full width salon, which is tastefully appointed, has very comfortable seating, and excellent views. The galley is forward with a large dinette area. Forward of the galley is the pilothouse, which provides access to both side decks, the fly bridge via a ladder or forward to the crew or guest area. The flybridge is completely enclosed for extended cruising in the Pacific Northwest.
This is a wonderful yacht for an executive who enjoys entertaining, a large family or perhaps a captain looking to begin a charter service.
These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.