65′ Hatteras Enclosed Bridge Custom 1989 – SCOTT FREE

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This is truly a special, one-of-a-kind Hatteras. She has had a complete custom refit at Fosters Marine in Fort Lauderdale. The entire boat was painted and a new high gloss wood interior was fabricated. The luxurious interior features custom window treatments, flatscreen TV enclosure, and new galley countertops and appliances.

The enclosed bridge interior has been finished to the same standard and includes a custom electronics panel with updated electronics. Other features include: Cockpit Grill, U/W Lights, New outriggers, Sat TV, and more…

This boat has the look and feel of a much newer model, and the finish work and overall appearance of this boat rivals any factory stock 65 on the market.

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65′ Hatteras Enclosed Bridge Custom

  • Year: 1989
  • Current Price: US$ 399,000
  • Located in Palm Beach, FL
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Twin diesel
Beautiful & Spacious 3 Stateroom, galley-up arrangement.

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Engine Brand: Detroit
Engine Model: 16V92
Engine Hours: 1200

(3) Stateroom, galley-up arrangement. Carpet overlay on plywood soles
Master stateroom with queen berth and ensuite head with stall shower
Guest head compartment with stall shower
Upper and lower berths in stbd guest & twin berths in port guest staterooms
Main saloon above engine room with L-shaped settee
Galley with dinette located forward in saloon
Simulated teak and holly soles in both head compartments
Vinyl headliner, bulkhead and hull liner throughout

The hull, decks and superstructure are constructed of molded fiberglass with composite construction in the hull topsides, the decks and superstructure. The entire exterior of the vessel has been refinished. All weather decks have non-skid coatings. The main saloon is up two steps from the cockpit through a new, hinged entry door. All accommodations are down and forward of the galley.

Simulated teak and holly sole
Corian countertops with undermount sink
Cabinets with drawers and storage
GE over/under refrigerator/freezer
GE Spacemaker microwave
GE Profile (4) burner stovetop
Kenmore trash compactor
U-Line icemaker
U-shaped dinette opposite galley
L-shaped sofa in saloon with storage
Casual chair and coffee table
Roman shades

Furuno mono-chrome radar open scanner on bridge canopy
Furuno FCV-292 & FCV-667
Ritchie compass
Simrad AP-28 autopilot
Furuno NavNet 3D
Northstar 952x
Northstar 6000i GPS
Icom M604 & M602 VHF’s
ACR remote control searchlight
Icom SeaHail
CCTV with (4) cameras

Main Generators: (2) Onan MDL4 Location: aft in engine room
Model: 20kW RPM: 1800, 60-cycle
Hours: 1730 port, 1742 stbd Serial #: F880130962 & F880130964
Mufflers: fiberglass lift type Riser: water cooled, hose connected
Sound Shield: yes Fuel Filter: Dahl
Battery Charger: Newmar 12V/45A
Batteries: (8) #8D wet-cells, in molded boxes with covers (24V per engine)
(2) #24 units in box under flybridge console with 12V charger
Vapor-proof disconnect switches
Shore Power Inlets: (2) 50A/250V & (1) 50A/120V port & stbd in cockpit
Cable Master unit port & stbd
Phone/TV inlets in cockpit
Engine driven alternators on main engines and on genset
All circuits are protected from overload at the main fuse panels located in the engine room, main saloon and on the bridge

(5) Cruise Air direct expansion condensing units located in engine room
(2) Seawater cooling pump with basket strainer in engine room

Main Engines: twin Detroit Diesels Location: under saloon
Model: 16V92 TI (8162-7400) Access: through cockpit locker
Serial #: 16VF07322 port, 16VF07384 stbd
Hours: 1390 port, 3224 stbd
Horse Power: 1350 shp
Max RPM: 2300 rpm
Gears: ZF-BW 255 Ratio: 2:1
Exhaust: water-cooled
Risers: stainless steel, water cooled
Mufflers: thru-bottom with by-pass hose & FRP tube connected
Primary fuel filters: Dahl Secondary: Fram
Fuel Lines: copper tube & fuel rated hose
Vents: tube, overboard
Controls: Hynautic hydraulic
Steering: Hynautic power-hydraulic
Blowers: yes
Ventilation: natural and DC
External strainers on main intakes
External strainers on genset intake
Basket strainers on seawater intakes
Rated seawater hoses, double-clamped
Spare props: none observed
Spare shaft: none observed
Steering Lines: copper tube
Oil Change system
Glendinning engine synchronizer
AC & DC lighting
Instruments: mechanical in engine room, electrical in helm console
Bed: FRP stringers, steel beds
Mounts: isolators
Bronze rudder ports & tiller arms
Bronze upper bearings, plywood platform
Stainless steel tie bar
Hynautic steering cylinder, by-pass valve
Bronze spade rudders

(5) 12VDC bilge pumps with automatic switches
(2) 240V Air conditioning seawater pumps
125V and (2) 24V fresh water pressure pumps
(3) Galley Maid Marine toilets with seawater pumps
Lube oil change pump with manifold
(2) Fuel prime pumps
DC seawater washdown pump
Jabsco bilge pump PTO stbd main engine
Black water discharge pump
Autopilot pump
Bennett trim tab pump with reservoir
Power steering pump PTO port main engine
Air compressor in engine room
Splendide combination washer/dryer
Water maker by Water Makers, Inc

Oil Discharge plaques in engine room
Trash Discharge plaque in galley
Type I life jackets stowed on flybridge
(6) Portable dry chemical portable fire extinguishers, no tags
CO2 system for engine room, tag 05/03
Assorted signal flares in watertight container
Ships bell
Zodiac Coaster, 6-person liferaft in valise in engine room
High bilge water alarms

Fuel Tanks: (3) molded fiberglass tanks, 1674-gallons total capacity (as reported)
Tanks laminated to stringers & hull
Fill plates on-deck, vents overboard
Manifold in engine room
Fuel rated hose
Water Tank: molded fiberglass tank under cabin sole,
460-gallon total capacity (per mfg)
Tank laminated to stringers PVC lines and hoses
AC & DC pressure pumps with accumulator tank
Fill plate on-deck, vent overboard Holding Tank: molded fiberglass under cabin sole, 60-gallon capacity (reported)
Vented overboard
Discharge pump with seacock
Hot Water: 20-gallon heater with tank in engine room

Stainless steel bow rail and grab rails
Two stainless steel bow cleats with open chocks
Two port and two starboard spring cleats
Two stern cleats with hawse pipes
9-step ladder to flybridge
(10) Flush mount rod holders in cockpit washboards
(3) Molded foredeck hatches
(3) Fuel fill deck plates, Water fill deck plate, Waste pump-out plate
Rupp triple-spreader, bridge release outriggers
Remote control searchlight
Navigation and anchor lights
Cockpit locker with bait & tackle station & (2) front-load refrigerated boxes
Top-load freezer in cockpit
Cockpit sunshade
Pedestal-mounted fighting chair
(3) Hatches into lazarette: (2) with fish boxes
Transom livewell
(2) Steps up to hinged saloon door
Fresh water and raw water washdowns in cockpit
Cockpit freeing ports
Padded cockpit coaming boards

White urethane enamel, black boot stripe and antifouling paint
Rub rails with stainless steel rub strip, quarter rail with stainless strip
Dual cylinder trim tabs
Two single arm bronze struts per shaft with cutlass bearings
35” x 40” x 5-blade cupped Nibral propellers
3 ½”Aquamet stainless steel shafts with self-aligning packing boxes
External scoop strainers on main intakes
Transom door with hinged cap
Zincs on shafts, rudders, trim tabs, and transom
Engine room air intakes in topsides
(3) Underwater lights in transom

Molded fiberglass pulpit with stainless steel roller
Galley Maid vertical anchor windlass with gypsyhead, wildcat & two foot switches
Danforth hi-tensile anchor in bow roller with riding pawl on chain
Two nylon rodes in divided forepeak locker
Two rope deck pipes

Enclosed flybridge with fixed and sliding windows, hinged entry door
Simulated teak & holly sole, vinyl headliner, teak trim
Black vinyl & mica helm console with full engine instrumentation
Hynautic engine controls & steering
(2) Stidd helmseats with footrests
Settees port & aft with storage
Main engine start and stop switches & manual pull cables
Overhead electronics locker
Stainless steel railings and grab rails
(4) Radio antenna stand-offs, navigation equipment antennas, radar scanner, signal mast
(2) Cockpit flood lights
Aft deck control station and settee with refrigerated box
Stern navigation light
Entertainment Equipment
KVH Trac 4 antenna system
Sylvania TV in master stateroom
Sharp TV in both guest staterooms with Sony SLV-R700 in stbd cabin
Vizio TV in saloon with Sony DVD/VCR
Harmon Kardon receiver & sound system
Assorted digital receivers in saloon (disconnected)

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