1987 Hatteras 54 Motoryacht

Savannah, GA

$210,000

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Specifications

QUICK SPECS

Manufacture: Hatteras
Country: US
Category: Motor Yachts
Model: 54 Motoryacht
Year: 1987

DIMENSIONS

Length: 54 ft
Draft: 4.67 ft
Beam: 17.42 ft

ACCOMMODATIONS

Cabins: 3
Heads: 3

SPEED / WEIGHT

Cruising Speed: 12 kn
Max Speed: 16 kn
Number of engines: 2
Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine year: 1986
Engine Hours: 4150
Fuel Capacity: 814|gallon
Water Capacity: 250|gallon
Holding tank: 1

1987 Hatteras 54 Motoryacht

Here’s a great opportunity to own a well maintained, classic hull design from Hatteras. Generous design offering berths for 6, a full beam master with queen and 4 singles. Whether you want to fish, enjoy the sun from the flybridge or just cruise this Hatteras has it all. Reliable twin 650hp Detroit 8V92 engines with Allison transmission. Boasting 3 cabins and 3 heads, she is ready for an extended cruise or weekend getaway with friends and family to Chubb Cay.

Disclaimer

Zorn Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by United Yacht Sales - Georgia, Florida -Jacksonville and St. Augustine Area.

    Dimensions

    LOA: 57 ft. 6 in – includes pulpit and swim platform

    Max Bridge Clearance: 17 ft. with arch down, 24 ft. arch up

    Quick Vessel Walkthrough

    The interior bulkheads are mainly light shaded wood paneling (limed white oak finish).

    The salon and main helm are on the main deck.

    On the lower deck forward is a guest stateroom with two single berths and a private head with shower.

    Aft and up a few steps is a full galley and dinette.

    Next aft is the passageway between the engine rooms.

    Further aft is the second guest stateroom that sleeps two and a guest head with shower.

    The Master Stateroom is aft with an walk-around berth, loads of storage and private head with shower.

    MAIN DECK:

    Main Salon:

    • 360-Degree views with windows all around from salon and lower station
    • Upholstered valances, valance lighting and window blinds
    • Furnishings are loose for rearrangement. Currently: leather 10 ft. L-Shaped 3-Piece couch, leather recliner and stool, low circular glass/wood center table, desk and chair
    • Wet bar with wine cooler (could be ice maker)
    • Flat screen TV and entertainment center (distributes to all cabins)
    • Carpeted deck
    • Aft salon bulkhead is a wide glass wall with sliding glass door to port

    Main Helm Station:

    • Main helm is forward and separated from salon by a half bulkhead
    • Steering and helmsman are on the vessel’s centerline
    • Main helm has port and starboard sliding doors to the side decks
    • High two-person settee at helm
    • Ladder to flybridge adjacent to helm
    • Large chart table
    • Windshield cover

    LOWER DECK:

    Forward is a stateroom with two berths (over/under) with private head and shower, hanging locker and drawer storage.

    There is a stacked washer and dryer in a cabinet.

    An overhead hatch leads to the foredeck.

    Next, aft and up a couple of steps, is the galley and dinette with side windows and drapes. Full-size Kenmore refrigerator with a lower roll-out drawer freezer, four-burner stove/oven, dishwasher, microwave, sink/disposer, and storage.

    The U-Shaped galley is starboard with dinette on the port side, the dinette can convert to a youth double bed.

    Next, aft and down a few steps, is the center passageway between the port and starboard engine rooms with fore and aft access to each.

    Further aft to starboard, is the two-berth guest stateroom with TV, hanging locker and drawer storage.

    Across the hall is the guest head and shower.

    Two linen lockers are in the passageway.

    All the way aft is the full-beam master stateroom with queen-size walk-around berth.

    Adjacent is the private head and shower.

    There is a 6 ft. hanging locker, numerous drawers and TV.

    All hanging lockers are lighted and cedar lined.

    DECK EQUIPMENT:

    • Electric windlass
    • Anchor s/s chute/roller in bow pulpit
    • Danforth anchor and spare
    • 150’ anchor rode with short s/s chain leader
    • Sturdy waist-high railings on all decks
    • Mooring lines and fenders
    • Six-step Marquipt sea-stair and railing
    • Four-step Marquipt boarding ladder
    • Pneumatic dual horn
    • Pneumatic windshield wipers, freshwater wash
    • Two 50-amp shore power cables and adapters
    • Port and Starboard railing gates
    • Port and starboard electrical and water inlets
    • Solid weather boards under handrails from midships aft

    MAIN DECK:

    Foredeck:

    • Pulpit with railing and anchor chute
    • Bench seating at front of deckhouse
    • Port and starboard storage deck boxes with seating
    • Full length side decks

    Aft Deck:

    • Semi-enclosed with full overhead
    • Wing doors port and starboard to side decks
    • Aft side enclosable with clear vinyl curtains
    • Aft rail gate to ladder to swim platform with folding swim ladder
    • Current wicker style furniture: 6ft sofa, two armchairs, stool, two side tables, low oval table

    FLYBRIDGE:

    Accessed by ladder from the main helm, the upper helm repeats the controls and electronics of the main helm.

    Two helm seats are provided. A large U-Shaped seating area is further aft.

    Behind that seating is the electric davit and chocks for a small boat.

    The foldable arch carries the radar and various antennas.

    A large folding canopy covers the area forward of the arch.

    Normal air draft is 24 ft. Air draft with arch down is 17 ft. (passes under low bridge in Chicago).

    ELECTRONICS:

    Navigation Electronics:

    Lower Station Electronics:

    • Garmin: linked radar, chartplotter, depthsounder, compass
    • Raymarine chartplotter
    • Standard Horizon VHF
    • Simrad autopilot
    • Danforth compass

    Upper Station Electronics:

    • Garmin: linked radar, chartplotter, depthsounder, compass
    • Simrad autopilot
    • Raymarine and ICOM VHF radios

    Entertainment:

    • Located in salon cabinet
    • Receiver/amplifier/selector – Marantz
    • Five CD player – Mash
    • DVD player – Pioneer
    • Speakers in all cabins with local volume control
    • Roku flat sceen TV and Pioneer DVD player

    Main Helm:

    • Engine gauges, engine controls, steering
    • Bow thruster control
    • Stabilizer controls
    • Systems monitor
    • Bennett trim tabs
    • Fire system controls
    • Bilge pump controls

    Flybridge:

    • Engine gauges, engine controls, steering
    • Bow thruster control
    • Stabilizer controls
    • Systems monitor
    • Stabilizer controls
    • Bennett trim tabs

    ELECTRICAL:

    • Hatteras electrical distribution and breaker panels
    • 220/110 volt AC shore and generator power
    • 12/32 volt DC power
    • Sentry 32 volt/30 amp battery charger
    • 20 KW Onan generator

    Engine Details and Mechanical Equipment:

    • Twin 650hp Detroit Diesel 8V92 diesel engines with Allison transmissions, approximately 4,150 engine hours
    • 2 1/2” Monel shafts, main and stub, bronze coupling
    • 4-Blade bronze props
    • (2) Spare propellers
    • 814-Gallon fuel in two tanks
    • Racor duplex fuel filters
    • Hynautic engine controls
    • Glendinning synchronizer
    • Hynautic steering control
    • 20kW Onan generator with about 4,400 hours
    • Reverso oil change pump for 3 diesels
    • Vetus electric bow thruster – installed 2014
    • Naiad stabilizers
    • Kidde fire suppression systems
    • Port and starboard stand-up engine rooms
    • Galleymaid freshwater pump
    • Galleymaid – toilets
    • Titan flash water heaters
    • Cruisair air-conditioning, four separate systems
    • Danforth compass x 2

    Exclusions

    • Owner’s Personal Effects
    • 2000 Boston Whaler 13 Sport Tender with 30 hp Mercury outboard (Tender in photo is not included in the sale)

    Mechanical Disclaimer

    Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.

    Disclaimer

    The company offers the details of this 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. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.

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