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Old 07-02-2020, 09:14 PM   #21
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Chuck welcome to the forum. Was nice chatting for a few moments in Avalon. Let's plan to get together and anchor out in La Playa or Glorietta bay.
That sounds like a great idea.
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Yup, nice engines, strange color...lol.
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It's great that you posted engine room photos first!
So much space around those 671N's.

The boat looks really nice!
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Old 07-06-2020, 07:17 PM   #26
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Love the Hatteras. We've got an almost clone, the Vantare 64.

Made in Taiwan in '88. (Except on the electrical panel it says MAPE in Taiwan)

Almost the perfect vessel for us.

Two crew and invited guests.
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Old 07-06-2020, 07:22 PM   #27
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Just curious if you had any trouble getting insurance on a boat of that vintage?
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Just curious if you had any trouble getting insurance on a boat of that vintage?
No problems...yet...
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Old 07-06-2020, 07:43 PM   #29
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I have been seeing quire a few comments on people not being able to get insurance on boats in the 30 to 50 years old range. My boat is 33 years old but it is already insured so it doesn’t seem to be an issue. I was wondering about boats like the Hatteras LRCs that are around the 45 year old range and getting a new policy issued on them.
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Congrats on your new boat. We are in the same neighborhood, so I will keep an eye our for you.
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I really like that you called her “Long Range Cruiser”
The only other good name would be “Heavy Cruiser”.
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Looks the business, congrats.

Tankage, range and fuel burn?
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I really like that you called her “Long Range Cruiser”
The only other good name would be “Heavy Cruiser”.
How about comfortable cruiser.
95% plus of the time is spent at anchor, makes sense to spend it in a comfortable cruiser
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Old 07-06-2020, 09:13 PM   #34
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Yup, nice engines, strange color...lol.
Trying to look like a Cummins. (-;
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I really like that you called her “Long Range Cruiser”
The only other good name would be “Heavy Cruiser”.
That’s because it’s actually called a Hatteras 65’ LRC ��
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Love the Hatteras. We've got an almost clone, the Vantare 64.

Made in Taiwan in '88. (Except on the electrical panel it says MAPE in Taiwan)

Almost the perfect vessel for us.

Two crew and invited guests.
Not sure I see the ‘clone’ part maybe a CMY?
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Just curious if you had any trouble getting insurance on a boat of that vintage?
Nope not a problem at all.
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Old 07-07-2020, 12:59 PM   #39
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Looks the business, congrats.

Tankage, range and fuel burn?
Thanks, 2800 gallons, havent had it long enough to figure out the burn for different rpm's. However, with no gen set running i believe i am close to .8 gpm at 1400 rpm (8 knots) and .65/.7 at 1200 rpm (7 knots)
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It's great that you posted engine room photos first!
So much space around those 671N's.

The boat looks really nice!
The engine room is the most important feature for doing what i want to do. I had to have confidence in the machinery and the space to move around freely when handling emergencies at sea. It has a full standup 6'8" head room and i am 6'3". I fell in love immediately.
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