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Old 01-01-2020, 07:07 PM   #1
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Wanted:Hatteras 48 LRC

Looking for a Hatteras 48 LRC on the west coast. Preferably in need of updating.
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Old 01-01-2020, 09:37 PM   #2
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Have you looked on Yachtworld? There is one in Isleton, CA for $145K.
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Have you looked on Yachtworld? There is one in Isleton, CA for $145K.
I’m pretty sure that one belongs to TF member SCARY.

Steve is a great guy, but I think he has moved on from boating.

He bought it in 2010 I think for around $250K is memory is correct.
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If you decide to inquire about the Hatteras in Isleton, Marc Bay at Bay Yachts is right next door to the boats location at Willow Berm Marina. He is an excellent broker in my estimation. Our experience with the listing broker for the Hatteras in question was, ahem, less than ideal when we were in the market for a larger boat.
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Loaded, there's an old ~55' Hatt in the slip next to me, owned by a local guy who hasn't been on board for several years. The mechanic who takes care of my boat also cares for the Hatt, but he also said it hasn't had any maintenance done for a few years.


I'll PM you with the mechanic's name. Tell him you heard about the boat from the guy whose Sea Ray he takes care of and he'll know the boat you're calling about.
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Old 01-02-2020, 08:38 AM   #6
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Iím pretty sure that one belongs to TF member SCARY.

Steve is a great guy, but I think he has moved on from boating.

He bought it in 2010 I think for around $250K is memory is correct.
Actually I think that boat is owned by TF member rjwilliams11741.
Itís one of only two three cabins built. Iíve toyed with the idea of recombining the master suite and the third cabin to get back to a walk around bed. Not even sure something like that is even possible.
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Actually I think that boat is owned by TF member rjwilliams11741.
Itís one of only two three cabins built. Iíve toyed with the idea of recombining the master suite and the third cabin to get back to a walk around bed. Not even sure something like that is even possible.
I think you are correct. Steve must have already sold his.
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Ask these and any other questions at the Hatteras Owners Forum at Sam’s marine.com. More Hatteras knowledge there than anywhere else in the world. Very helpful people as well. As far as enlarging the master stateroom there is a thread on just that subject.
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Well he said he wanted a project boat...
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Did you ever get to inspect the boat in Isleton, CA?
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No, I was holding off until my boat sold. Now its listed as sale pending. It was a three cabin, so I would have had to combine two cabins to get a proper master suite.
There is one I really like on the East coast, QA3. They have done everything that I want to do to the boat except the helm., BUT, its on the East coast.
I'm wanting a project boat for two reasons.
1. We want to make it our own. I can do ever thing my self.

2. California Sales tax.
If I were to buy a boat like QA3, I would have to keep it out of California for a year. I am playing with the idea of buying on the east coast and bringing it home on its own bottom, but I would have to do it in stages (I'm still working). Talking to my broker about 21 days at sea, so I would need to do it in at least three stages. Exciting adventure, but lots to think about.
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QA3 is a nice looking boat but I understand wanting to make it yours. I'm torn between the Hatteras LRC and the Defever 49 Pilothouse. Since I'm up here in Alaska the east coast is pretty much out of the picture, even from California it's going to be a 2,500 mile cruise. Well good luck in your search and I hope you find what your looking for.
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I'm torn between the Hatteras LRC and the Defever 49 Pilothouse. r.

Those are the two at the top of my list. Unfortunately, a lot of the older Defever's, have Teak decks, and I'm NOT going there.
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Teak decks and 40 year old fuel tanks are definitely a detractor. But I do like the standup engine room especially on the B model with access from the master suite.
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Have you seen this one?
https://www.powerboatlistings.com/view/35112
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The Ocean Alexander 50 mk1 is not very different from the DeFever 49 RPH.
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I purchased the Hatt 48 LRC in Isleton

Hornloaded: yes that boat in Isleton was Mr. William's. Now FREEDOM owns me! After some work in the yard I will be bringing her down to San Diego mid March weather permitting. As a former owner of a 1977 58 EDMY it is fair to question my sanity to buy another older boat but it gets in your blood.
If anyone is interested I will be selling my 1999 Nordic Tugs 32 READY. It is a great boat but we wanted a little more room for extended family. When I pull all the details together will post them.


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No, I was holding off until my boat sold. Now its listed as sale pending. It was a three cabin, so I would have had to combine two cabins to get a proper master suite.
There is one I really like on the East coast, QA3. They have done everything that I want to do to the boat except the helm., BUT, its on the East coast.
I'm wanting a project boat for two reasons.
1. We want to make it our own. I can do ever thing my self.

2. California Sales tax.
If I were to buy a boat like QA3, I would have to keep it out of California for a year. I am playing with the idea of buying on the east coast and bringing it home on its own bottom, but I would have to do it in stages (I'm still working). Talking to my broker about 21 days at sea, so I would need to do it in at least three stages. Exciting adventure, but lots to think about.
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Congratulations on your new boat. That boat is the reason I put my sailboat up for sale.
Iím working on buying one down here thatís been restored to extremely nice condition. All the hard work has been done. It will need stabilizers installed, but thats about it.
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Please feel free to send me a PM and I can give you my cell if you want to talk. Good luck!
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I'm sure glad she went to a good home! Just before Christmas I was contemplating making an offer on her but chickened out at the last minute. The broker wanted an offer before I had even seen her in person. I wish you good luck and calm sea's.
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