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Old 11-27-2012, 09:11 PM   #1
City: Myrtle Beach,SC
Vessel Name: Diamond Sun
Vessel Model: Hatteras 50 Flush deck
Join Date: Nov 2012
Posts: 3
1969 Hatteras 50 Flushdeck

Current Price:3 years ago was $149,000 Now offered at 85K

Hull Material: Fiberglass Engines: Twin Diesel Hours: Approximately 4500 each Builder: Hatteras Dimensions: LOA 50’ Beam: 15’7” Draft 4’ Bridge Clearance: 20’6” Engines: Twin Detroit diesels Horse Power: 350 Engine Model: 8V -71N Tankage: Fuel: 750 gallons Water: 260 gallons No holding tank needed Displacement: 42,000 Location: Bucks Port, SC


•The forward stateroom is located below the bow deck. It has twin bunk beds to starboard with storage to port. The anchor locker room is located forward housing 300 ft. of chain. Aft of the bunk beds is a stacked washer and dryer with a small locker for supplies, etc. Starboard is the forward head that has been converted to a large storage room with a six foot pantry. Adding a toilet can easily convert the room back to it’s original purpose.

•Two steps up and aft is the well equipped Galley. The custom tile dinette table with ample storage seats and wall cupboards are starboard. Portside are the full size refrigerator, double stainless steel sinks with a garbage disposal and more cupboard and cabinet storage. •The four burner 220v stove includes a 110v eye. Built-ins include a large microwave and convection oven, an instant hot water dispenser, a NuTone blender and a coffee pot. The galley floor is wood parquet with comfortable access to the generator room.

Aft and down two steps from the Galley is the centerline Companionway. Fore and aft doors, port and starboard, give stand up access to each engine. Just past the aft Companionway starboard engine room door is the aft VIP Stateroom with twin berths. A built-in chest of drawers with an overhead large mirror divides the two berths. A full length deep hanging locker is forward portside. Small cupboards add storage over the port berth.

Across the Companionway is the VIP Head. The mica vanity has a large cabinet below the China sink and sliding mirrored doors above for extra storage and an opening porthole. The toilet is an CG approved electric incinerator that requires no holding tank.

The Captain’s Head is similar to the VIP Head located for access to the Captain’s Quarters. The toilet is a CG approved Raritan electric model. The head has an opening porthole, a large mirror with medicine cabinet and Mica countertops with storage above and below. A stall shower connects the VIP Head and the Captain’s Head. It has two plexi-glass doors, a seat, two shower heads, an opening porthole, a light and exhaust fan.

The Captain's Quarters/Master Stateroom has a centerline Queen bed with built-in teak end tables on both sides. A large louvered door closet is forward. Starboard across the length of the room is a chest of drawers with shelving above. There is also ample drawer storage underneath the bed.

Forward through the Companionway, you enter either stand up engine room through any of the four access doors. Besides two Detroit diesels, the engine rooms are equipped with Halo fire systems, tool boxes, electrical system, water system, bilge pumps, plumbing system, hot water heater and four heat pumps.

Starboard side up five steps is the Salon with forward side doors. A centerline Helm Station, Queen Anne chair, , a wooden sea trunk table, and a leather sofa are here. Starboard is a built-in bookcase,and slate fireplace (Corner ) With elec fireplace /heater . A teak built-in table is aft portside. Bose surround sound speakers are throughout. Faux teak blinds securely hang from windows. French doors open to the Aft Deck. .The Aft Deck includes, portside, a built-in wet bar with ice maker and cabinet and a 100 gallon fuel tank starboard side. With 4 Stainless marine chairs. Two teak side doors enter into the side decks for easy line handling. Stamoid with strata glass added on to the hard top provide more headroom and visibility.

With the exception of the engines rooms and galley, the interior of the vessel including the aft deck and upper helm is carpeted.

Outside speakers are provided on the aft deck and the bridge.

A sturdy teak ladder leads up to the upper helm and seating area. Up five steps from the Aft deck is the Upper Helm and Fly Bridge. This room allows for a 360 degrees view and seating for seven. The enclosure is long lasting stamoid and strata glass with screened vents above the windshield to allow for airflow. The entire enclosure folds neatly back into its own stamoid sleeve for easy storage. The helm is equipped with a Furuno radar with mast, GPS and chartplotter equipment, VHF hand-held, AM/FM radio, spotlight, depth finder and a Danforth compass.

The captain’s helm chair swivels for easy visibility and the starboard and portside seating provides storage underneath for life jackets and other marine items. Two doors aft starboard and port provide access to the radar mast and VHF antennas for lowering or raising and also to the 11 foot Boston Whaler dinghy and davit.

Engine Room/ Mechanical Equipment

Bilge Blower
5 Bilge Pumps
Emergency Engine Stop (Also in Flybridge and Wheelhouse)
Halon Fire Control System
Freshwater Cooling System
Fuel Filters
Oil Transfer System
Raw Water Sea Strainers
Electrical System

110V/220V AC
32V DC
12V DC (For electronics)
8 8V Interstate Batteries
Battery Chargers - 32V and 12V
15 KW Westerbeke Generator
Battery Parallel Switch
2 Dockside 30 Amp Electrical Cables
2 Dockside 50 Amp Electrical Cables

2 Furuno Chartplotter/Radar/GPS
VHF Lower Helm Radio
VHF Hand Held Radio
Interphase Probe Front Reading Depth Sounder
Instrument Panel with Compass

Enclosed Stamoid Canvas/Strata Glass Carpeted Flybridge
Furuno Chartplotter/Radar/GPS
Depth Sounder
VHS Hand Held Radio
Bose Speakers
Instrument Panel
Storage benches with upholstered removable seat pads
Two captain's chairs
Main Deck

Anchor (1 more stored on board)
Anchor Windlass with Remote Control
Bow Pulpit
Teak Bow Railings with SS Stanchions
Teak Swim Platform and Ladder
Navigation Lights
32V Spot/Flood Light
Teak Radar Mast
Rub Rail
2 Large Deck Boxes for Storage of Lines, Fenders and Electrical Cables
Seating with Removal pads

All Fiberglass Painted Hatteras White with Royal Blue Boot Stripe
2 Rudders
2 Trim Tabs
2 Propellers (2 more props stored aboard)
3 Depth Finders
Ample Zinc Anodes

To dos on our list as follows
Replace the last 4 D 6 batterys
Finish up top side paint
Hand rail varnish work
All the upper fly bridge canvas zippers re sewn and rear curtain replaced.
2 cracked cabin windows and 3 fly bridge (windshield )glasses replaced
Depending on how fast she sales we have already made arrangements for her to be hauled next spring on time for a repaint of her bottom which will be due next spring.
Contact :Terry Hyatt,919,928.4507
Feel free to email for pics or take a fast look at her page on Face book ( Diamond Sun )
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