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Boats For Sale
Club members wishing to buy or sell their
Hatteras LRCs can post information about the yachts on this web page. Each
member is responsible for their own content and people interested in
contacting the member should follow the requests posted on each LRC for sale.
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Our members offers the
details of these vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant
the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the
vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to
investigate such details as the buyer desires validated.
These vessels are
offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without
Members wanting to BUY a Hatteras LRC
Members wanting to SELL a Hatteras LRC
1977 Hatteras 48’ LRC - “Stroller”
Contact: Phil Dunn
Location: Ft. Pierce, Florida
Buy it before it goes to a broker NOW $259,000
Loaded with equipment and equipped for extended cruising, Wesmar stabilizers, loads of electronics including Garmin 12”, 10” and 7” GPS integrated with Garmin Auto Pilot, Radar, M5 Satellite TV (Direct TV system), Bose System in Salon, Pilot House and Fly bridge including XM radio, TV, IPod, DVR, Long distance WIFI antenna (12 mile), Twin Engine hours 1450, 5KW and 16KW Northern lights generators, 5KW inverter with 200 amp battery charger, 1215 amp AGM House Battery bank, 30 gph water maker, Spade anchor, 11’ hard bottom inflatable with 20 HP Honda 4 stroke with custom cradle.
Completely restored in and out including new headliner throughout, fresh water toilets & wash downs, Corian counter tops in kitchen & bathrooms, full size oven, new refrigerator with ice maker, washer/dryer, custom 7’ couch & 2 recliners, 40” Flat Panel TV.
Bottom job: bottom was peeled, dried out and any blisters repaired. Finished with 3 coats of Vinyl Ester barrier coat, 1 coat Epiglass, 5 coats of 2000, 2 coats of bottom paint. You shouldn’t have to worry about bottom blisters for many years to come.
Buy it before it goes to a broker NOW $259,000 -
Call to view or for additional information
65’ Hatteras LRC - “AristeiA” - 1982
Contact: Ed Chapdelaine
Location: Lake Union, Seattle, WA
Outstanding features of this LRC are a Portuguese bridge forward of the pilothouse, wide and safe covered walkaround sidedecks and a large boatdeck aft of the flybridge. This deck provides deck space for the chocking of a tender, kayaks, bike(s), paddleboards and/or a sunfish sailboat as some possible examples. AristeiA's owners of the last 12 years have updated the electronics, ship's systems, gear and equipment including the addition of a custom FBG hardtop over the flybridge with full enclosure. The machinery has been consistently serviced and maintained according to an annual schedule by these owners since 2004.
If one of your goals or an item to check off your "bucket list" is, to cruise Alaska and/or the San Juan Islands of the Pacific NW then, AristeiA is perfectly positioned to help you satisfy your dream of a lifetime. Offered for sale at a fair, if not an excellent value.
70’ Hatteras LRC - “JABULA” - 1986
Contact: Ed Chapdelaine
Location: Fort Pierce, FL
Jabula (name reserved), (Ex. “Stevana”) is the newest, most luxuriously updated and expensively refitted Hatteras 65 Long Range Cruiser on the market in the world today. Her owners of the last 10 years have done an impressive job of updating, maintaining, upgrading and improving hull # 6513 and their diligence and respect shown for this Jack Hargrave designed classic motor yacht is admirable. This 1986 model was customized by the addition of a 5’ cockpit extension, lengthening the yacht to 70’ during the original owner’s stewardship. “Jabula,” for all of the above reasons and constant updating and upgrading of the ship’s systems by the current (second) owners, is an excellent example of this very comfortable liveaboard/extended range LRC.
Price reduced $100,000 to $699,500
58’ Hatteras LRC - “EMERALD LADY” - 1976
Contact: Capt. Jorge Gonzalez
Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL
EMERALD LADY has benefited from continuous maintenance, upgrades and recently a complete refit was completed, including new Garmin electronics, Simrad autopilot, Intellian SAT Television and Naiad stabilizer overhaul. New exterior Awlgrip paint and all brightwork redone. The interiors have been modernized with ALL new headliners, wallpaper and carpets. Electrical system has been upgraded and the 32 volt system has been replaced with 24 volts. All interior and exterior lights have been replaced with LED’s throughout. Dinghy has been overhauled with new Zodiac tubes. An inspection will not disappoint. The boat was prepared for extended cruising down to South America but health issues caused the plans to change.
Asking $299,000 - Owner anxious to sell
58 Hatteras LRC 1975
Serious Inquiries only
Contact: Cort Durocher
Phone: (703) 622-8494
Location: Harbour Isle Marina, 805 Seaway Drive, Hutchinson Island, FL
Turtle IV, hull #1, the first 58ʼ LRC built, has some unique Hatteras
furnishings as it was the “demo” boat for 2 years. Since then it has had
only 2 owners. She embodies the style and grace of a vintage yacht.
Updated in 2010 for blue water cruising in safety, comfort, and
elegance. Meticulously maintained per current survey and United Yacht
Brokers appraisal. Her exceptional brightwork, exquisite interior and
superb seaworthiness make Turtle IV a showpiece of excellent value.
Currently surveyed and insured for $465K, with new Phasor generators,
new RIB dinghy with 30 horse Evinrude, and new appliances.
42 Hatteras LRC 1976
Contact - Robert A. Holst
Email - Rogaland42@gmail.com
Phone - 919-847-3378
Cell - 919-632-3378
Location - Northwest Marina, New Bern NC
Current Price $85,000
For more information please contact Bob Holst at one of the numbers
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