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Old 01-28-2015, 11:31 AM   #1
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1986 Hatteras 43 MY

Dad has decided it's is now time for the boat to find a new home. They thought they would cruise after retiring last year, but decided not to. Looking for serious offers from someone who is ready to enjoy this great boat. She was repainted in 2008 with Awlgrip with a yacht quality finish. She was sanded, faired, primed, sanded and painted several times. The finish on this boat is excellent and she turns heads at every marina as people think she is a new boat. All canvas was replaced and is in excellent shape. Also has a davit with a 9' Boston Whaler dinghy under cover with a Yamaha 8 hp outboard that is also in excellent shape.

Powered by highly dependable twin 671 DD JT with less then 1,800 hours, always maintained with an open checkbook. If it broke, it was replaced with a new part! Two new A/C's, SS exhaust elbows, batteries, and more recently replaced. Garmin 4212 along with radar and Furuno bottom machine, back up GPS, synchronizers, flowscans and much more. Bridge also has heat and A/C!

Granite counter tops in the galley, huge amounts of storage and will come with a full complement of dock lines, fenders, etc. This is a turn key boat ready for the loop. Her two previous owners cruised her in the Bahamas and South Carolina area according to her log book. There is also a box full of original builder schematics.

Below are a few pictures and I can get more. I was once a yacht broker and I'm not looking to be contacted by any brokers UNLESS you have a buyer. I will pay a commission if you have a buyer, so don't call fishing for a listing! You can reach me at eight 5 zero 6 nine nine 13 eight three.




















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Not yet - but willing to entertain offers, maybe even land or newer RV. It was last on the market at $189 with zero interest, so clearly lower then that number.
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Would like to see some pics of the engine room...
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Old 01-30-2015, 04:33 AM   #5
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I think 70's to early 90's Hatteras Yachts hold their beauty better than any other boat. I could be biased however. Gorgeous boat that will last many years more. These boats are so well made they are easy to maintain and repair.
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Old 09-25-2018, 02:13 PM   #6
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This one is still for sale and thought I'd make the forum rounds before it goes to a broker.

I know the pictures are a few years old, but she looks dang near identical, thanks to being under cover and hiring a crew to keep her clean. Mom and dad have retired from boating, I've used it once this year. She needs to find a new home. I'd like to see a price near $125,000 but open to offers - you never know what will get accepted. I see several of these models go by every year flying a Great Loop burgee, so you know it's a good candidate for the loop with all the luxuries of home and she turns heads in all the nice marinas.
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Post this at sams marine at the Hatteras owners forums for best results.
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The engines were painted with Awlgrip two years ago. I will get some pics and post them. The rest of engine room looks like a clean 1986 engine room, nothing special, but it's certainly NOT covered in soot and oil. May be next week before I can pics up.
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Beautiful 63! I had posted there in the past but the market was at a different place so it needs to be brought back up as well. thanks!
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What are the two levers on the aft deck sink cabinet?
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What are the two levers on the aft deck sink cabinet?

Transmission so you can dock from down below. I’ve never used them for docking and prefer docking from the helm for all around visibility.
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Max bridge clearance

What is the max bridge clearance
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What is the max bridge clearance
I responded to your PM as well. I will go over next week and get a height as well as the engine room pics.
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I love the DCMYs. GLWTS!
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Not in the market, but that is one nicely setup vessel, all the best with the sale!
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Old 10-12-2018, 09:52 AM   #17
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Made it through Michael with zero damage.

Here’s the engine room pics. Engines were painted with awlgrip two years ago.


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In the last picture, I glassed in a new support for the battery, over drilling the holes, filled them with epoxy and the redrilled so no rot can occur and everything is sealed up.
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listing without a price

What happened?? No rant about listing without a price?? Other than "Do you have a price in mind"??? Nice Hat, good luck on the sale. 125 seems like a fair price.
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