1996 HATTERAS Sport Fisherman

Fort Lauderdale, FL

$899,000

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Vessel Name: SEAQUEST
Manufacture: HATTERAS
Country: US
Category: Sportfish
Model: Sport Fisherman
Year: 1996

DIMENSIONS

Length: 92 ft
Draft: 6.42 ft
Beam: 22 ft

ACCOMMODATIONS

Cabins: 6

SPEED / WEIGHT

Cruising Speed: 25 kn
Max Speed: 29 kn
Number of engines: 2
Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine Hours: 285
Fuel Capacity: 4963|gallon
Water Capacity: 840|gallon
Holding tank: 1

SEAQUEST
92′ (28.04m) Hatteras Sport Fisherman, 1996

The 1996 Hatteras 92′, propelled by twin Deutz TBD620 V-16 main engines generating 2700 hp each, SEAQUEST III stands as the epitome of luxury and functionality among Hatteras Sportfish vessels worldwide. Boasting a spacious 4-stateroom layout complemented by a private crew quarters aft and an on-deck galley, this yacht offers an unparalleled level of comfort and convenience.

Step into the expansive salon, where luxury meets functionality with features like a wet bar equipped with an ice maker, overhead glass and bottle storage, granite countertops, marble flooring, and high-end appliances. Exit to the sky lounge, a haven of relaxation and entertainment, complete with a full helm, wet bar, and double glass doors opening. The upper deck is equipped with a wet bar, and a hot tub.

SEAQUEST III is fully rigged for fishing, catering to enthusiasts of the sport.

With a cruising speed of 25 knots and a top speed of 29 knots, SEAQUEST III offers both efficiency and exhilaration on the water. Furthermore, the vessel has undergone a comprehensive interior upgrade, featuring new soft goods, carpeting, furnishings, artwork, and accessories, ensuring a stylish and comfortable cruising experience.

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Zorn Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Merle Wood & Associates.

    Steering System
    Joystick ControlInterior

    • Interior (over $500,000) was completed in 2012 by Karen Lynn
    • UPDATED in September 2017 by Patrick Knowles Designs

    Main Salon

    • Entertainment center w/ 42″ flatscreen TV, Yamaha receiver and amplifier, Nuvo home video system, Indeka DVD receivers
    • SMX A/C controls
    • Custom upholstered leatherette sofa to starboard (8/11)
    • Murray Brothers high gloss cocktail table
    • Custom overhead soffit w/ lighting
    • Custom geometric beige carpeting throughout (8/11)
    • Upholstered lamberquins (8/11)
    • (2) Oversized club upholstered chairs to port (8/11)
    • Decorative marlin table lamp (8/11)
    • Curved stairwell to skylounge
    • Wood mini blinds throughout
    • Wet bar w/ sink, Kitchen Aide icemaker, overhead glass and bottle storage

    Day Head

    • Microphor head
    • Vanity w/ granite top and circular sink
    • Marble flooring
    • Wall covering 9/17

    Galley

    • Sub – Zero Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer – 2012
    • KAD 18″ Icemaker -2012
    • KAD 2.0CF Microhood Combo – 2012
    • KAD 24″ Dishwasher -2012
    • Gaggenau 24″ electric Cooktop – 2012
    • Gaggenau 24″ BI SGL Oven -2012
    • All upgraded appliances – (8/11)  
    • Black granite counter tops
    • Marble flooring
    • Large upholstered U-shaped dinette w/ table (8/11)
    • Upholstered lamberquins and wood mini blinds
    • Large pantry
    • Kitchen Aid trash compactor
    • Kitchen Aid microwave oven
    • Double recessed sink
    • In-Sink-Aerator garbage disposal
    • Sony 13″ TV in overhead cabinet
    • Stairwell forward down to staterooms

     

    Master Stateroom

    • King-size berth w/ upholstered headboard and storage drawers below
    • (2) Built-in nightstands w/ (2) new shell lamps
    • Built-in dresser w/ ample drawer space
    • Upgraded Zeno mattress, new coverlet, shams and pillows (8/11)
    • Mirrored bulkhead
    • (2) Cedar lined walk-in hanging lockers
    • Built-in safe in closet
    • Custom pleated Roman shades (8/11)
    • SMX A/C controls
    • Entertainment center w/ Sony 21″ flat screen TV
    • Private bath w/ marble flooring, Corian vanity top, Jacuzzi tub/shower enclosure, new mirror, wallcovering and head enclosure (8/11)

    VIP Stateroom

    • Queen berth centerline w/ drawer storage below
    • Zeno mattress, coverlet, shams and pillows (8/11)
    • Mirrored bulkhead
    • (2) Starfish lamps (8/11)
    • Built-in cabinets w/ drawer storage
    • Overhead lighting
    • Escape hatch
    • SMX A/C controls
    • Sony TV & DVD player
    • Private head w/vanity, shower, wall covering, Amtico flooring (8/11)

    (2) Twin Guest Staterooms (Port and Starboard)

    • Twin berths in each stateroom which slide together converting to a double
    • Zeno mattress, coverlets, shams and pillows (8/11)
    • Built-in dresser and nightstand
    • Mirrored bulkhead
    • Private bath w/vanity, shower, wall covering and Amtico flooring (8/11)

    Lower Companionway

    • Thin twin washer/dryer
    • Central vacuum system
    • Cedar-lined linen locker

    Skylounge and Helm Station

    • Curved interior staircase from salon up to skylounge
    • Full helm & navigation station, forward
    • Captain & companion leather helm seats
    • (2) Upholstered leatherette settees (8/11) w/ raised tables, port & stbd.
    • Captain’s desk aft to port w/ chair, lamp, Icom VHF and Alden weatherfax
    • Beige carpeting (8/11)
    • Overhead soffit w/ lighting
    • Double glass doors to upper aft deck
    • Wet bar w/ sink & storage
    • On deck head w/ Corian vanity, mirror, wall covering and Amtico flooring (8/11)

     

    Flybridge and Upper Deck

    • Aft of the skylounge through double glass doors to the upper deck
    • Aft control station
    • (3) Grosfillex folding chairs
    • Stainless steel ladder up to flybridge
    • Control station on bridge with windscreen
    • Additional seating
    • Stainless steel rails and stanchions
    • Flybridge radar arch

    Aft Deck

    • U-Shaped bench seating
    • (4) Gloster teak folding chairs
    • Murray Brothers hi-gloss bow shaped teak table
    • New none-skid decks (1/23)
    • Fold-down ladder to bridge
    • Wet bar w/ sink and storage to starboard
    • U-Line refrigerator in cabinet to port (2017)
    • CCTV security camera
    • Overhead speakers
    • Rocket launcher w/ (9) rod holders

     

    Deck Equipment

    • Marquipt 2500lb low profile davit
    • (2) Freshwater washdown systems
    • (2) Seawater washdown systems
    • (3) Windshield washers and wipers
    • (2) Anchors
    • Maxwell 4500 windlass
    • Anchor lines
    • Retractable shore cords
    • Switlik life raft (Exluded from sale)
    • Wet bar w/ icemaker & refrigerator
    • Bottle and glass storage
    • Cruisair chilled water A/C system
    • Dual air horn
    • Mounting chocks
    • Phone/CATV inlets
    • Omni DDS TV antenna
    • ACR remote control searchlight
    • Life jackets
    • New 12 man Life Raft 2017

    Cockpit

    • Coaming gate
    • Molded in transom fish box
    • Transom door
    • Storage cabinets w/ (2) sets tackle drawers
    • Refrigerated fish box in deck
    • Cockpit coaming lights
    • Swim platform w/ ladder
    • Seawater & freshwater washdown
    • Front loading refrigerator/freezer
    • Access door to engine room and crew quarters
    • Mini hot tub under deck
    • Deck lounge
    • Aft deck speakers w/ controls
    • Telephone/CATV inlets
    • Omni DDS TV antenna

    Electronics and Navigation Equipment

    • Cameras -2012
    • LCD Monitors in PH -2012
    • Satellite TV System – 2012
    • (2) New ACR – RCL search lights -2012
    • Replaced Trivoli lighting throughout the vessel
    • Replaced Stbd. Radar with Radar/Plotter: NavNet3D Black Box Multi-Function Processor/
    Chart Plotter includes US Charts
    • Nauticomp 19″ Titan Marine Monitor 100V AC 24VDC- for Radar
    • Furuno DRS12A 12Kw, 72 n.m. Digital Radar for the NanNet3D, less 4′ or 6′ Antenna
    • Furuno XN13A/6 6Ft Antenna Open Array
    • GPS Furuno GP330B GPS/WAAS Sensor – NMEA2000
    • Furuno Nav. Net Radar Plotter – 2012
    • New Simrad Autopilot AP9 -2012
    • Northstar 952X GPS
    • Northstar 941X GPS
    • (1) Furuno Anritsu 72-mile radars (Not working)
    • B&G water temp/distance log and depth finder
    • American bow thruster
    • Standard hailer
    • Naiad stabilizers
    • Toshiba intercom
    • Joystick remote on helm chair

    Electrical System

    • AT- Sea AC Converter (2012) 
    • 24 Volt system
    • (2) Single 100 amp cord / cable masters

    Engine / Mechanical Equipment

    • Twin Deutz TBD620 V-16 Main Engines (#209 and #210) 2700 hp each – 285 Hrs. since rebuilt
    • Complete cylinder liners, pistons, and bearing rebuild by Marine Diesel Service 285 Hrs. ago. At a cost of $450,000 (2011)
    • Range – 1000 Miles at 12 knots – Including generators
    • Fuel burn:

    RPM                                  SPEED                         TOTAL GAL/BOTH ENGINES

    1000                                  12 knots                       46

    1200                                  15 knots                       80

    1300                                  19 knots                       97

    1400                               21 knots                       116

    Full RPM speed 29 KNTS

    • Northern Light 38Kw generators (New – 2012)
    • Port generator hours: 316 (05/22/2024)
    • Starboard generator hours: 121 (05/22/2024)
    • Power Take-Off for Bow Thruster (2012)
    • Water Marker membranes (10 Hrs. ago) (2017)
    • Replaced “ALL” hydraulic hoses throughout the boat (2012)
    • Replaced Icemakers (2012)
    • Exhausts rebuilt by Metcalf Marine Exhaust for $130,000 (2023)
    • New Cruisair A/C system (2012)
    • All new air handlers throughout (08/2011)
    • Naiad stabilizers
    • American bow thruster
    • New ships monitor system with new display screen
    • Sturdy engine synchronizers
    • Fuel prime system
    • Oil change system
    • ZF transmissions 3.2.1 reduction
    • Racor fuel filters
    • Hydraulic power steering
    • Delta-T engine room ventilator
    • Water makers 1500 GPD water maker
    • Vulkan coupling (08/2011)
    • Exhaust stainless steel covers (08/2011)
    • Fire extinguishers
    • Fire extinguishers re-certified

    Upgrades

    • September 2017
      • Installed Furuno GP170 GPS Navigator without DGPS
      • Shakespeare 390 SSB Antenna 23FT
      • Shakespeare 5208 – R VHF Antenna 23FT
      • New water maker membranes
      • New water heater
      • New fire extinguishers and engine room suppression system
      October 2017
      • Work done on the air-conditioning system on board
      November 2017
      • Aft deck ice maker
      • Spray rail repairs
      • Rebuilt steps to the crew quarters
      • Replace battery condition meter on the distribution panel #2
      December 2017
      • Hull waxed
      • Bottom painted
      • Sanded and stained teak
      • Some new interiors in the main salon
      • Davit repairs/service
      • New stabilizer seals
      • New caulking around bridge windows
      • New Hatches on the bow
      • New deck lighting, main deck, and cockpit
      • Engine room bilge tanks cleaned
      • Replaced 4- 80 batteries on the port side
      • The Port Shore power converters unit was rebuilt
      • Replaced the ballast in the port inboard aft e/r fluorescent light
      • The engine room bilges were cleaned by MWM
      • The tender davit was rebuilt by Signature Marine
      January 2018
      • Interior deep cleaning
      • New interior wall panels
      • Carpets professionally cleaned
      • New chairs and pillows in the salon
      • Engine room cleaned and detailed
      • New Davit motor
      • New paint job on Davit
      • New life raft
      • Various new fresh and raw water pumps
      • Compound and whole boat wax
      • Cockpit bilge tanks cleaned
      • Various paint touch-ups
      • Engine alignment
      • Propellers removed, reinstalled, balanced
      • Shafts pulled and rebedded, new shaft seals
      • The strut bolt was leaking and had to be replaced
      • All halogen lights in the cockpit step light were replaced with LED
      • The cockpit flood light was removed and repaired
      • Replaced light in the cockpit grill with 230-vac bulbs
      • BMC replaced some of the formic in the crew area
      • The shaft bearings were replaced
      • The rudder bearings were replaced
      • Bradford removed the bridge toilet for repair
      • The paddle wheel was replaced on the B&G speed log
      • Replaced the pressure switch on the port generator heat exchanger
      • Replaced the fuel booster pump on the Stbd. generator
      • Replaced the bilge pump in the crew cabin
      • Rebuilt the #1Racer filter in the transfer system
      • Replaced all the DC halogen lights in the engine room with LED
      February 2018
      • The wood base under the generator was replaced
      • Work done on the exhaust system
      • The hydraulic hoses for the stabilizers were replaced by Mendel Marine
      • Most of the hoses were replaced on the steering system by Mendel Marine
      • Both main engine fuel coolers were cleaned using Barnacle Buster
      • The port main engine crossover was removed by Metcalf Marine
      March 2018
      • Repaired the port engine room exhaust fan
      • Rebuilt the port crew bilge control box
      • Replaced all the bolts and gaskets on the port gearbox oil coolers
      • Replaced the control switch on the Stbd. shore cord storage system controller
      • Replaced the 3″ check valve on the port main engine
      • Repair damaged wire on the front outboard port main engine
      • Replaced all the bolts and gaskets on the Stbd. gearbox oil coolers
      • Replaced broken and damaged cushion clamps outboard of the port gearbox
      • Repaired damaged power cable to the Stbd. guest toilet
      • Installed a new flush timer on the Stbd. guest toilet
      May 2018
      • Repair made to VIP toilet discharge line
      • Reinstalled rope light outside port wheelhouse windows
      • Metcalf was removed from the Stbd. crossover pipe and mixer
      • Turbo rings were removed so they could be refurbished
      • The Stbd. exhaust fan was removed so that the air plenum could be repaired
      • New thermostat in the crew area
      June 2018
      • Both generator heat exchangers were cleaned using Barnacle Buster
      • Plug replaced on port aux gear control by Tess Marine Electric
      • Replaced the crew toilet water solenoid valve
      • Replaced relay on crew toilet macerator pump
      • Rebuilt crew macerator pump
      July 2018
      • Install a new compensator on Stbd. exhaust in the crew area
      • Install new temperature switches in the fiberglass exhaust pipes in the crew area
      • Metcalf installs Stbd. crossover pipe and stainless-steel crush ring
      August 2018
      • Replaced the air conditioning compressor for the lower staterooms
      • Replaced Stbd. battery charger by Tess Electric
      • Replaced the stainless steel braided hose to the mixer gauges
      • Metcalf Maine installed a new turbo ring to the Stbd. main engine
      September 2018
      • Cleaned port main engine plates plate cooler
      • The port stabilizer potentiometer was replaced
      • The Stbd. stabilizer was tested and found to be OK
      • New batteries were installed on the Stbd. side
      October 2018
      • New electric fuel pump on the main generator
      • New heat exchanger on the port generator
      • New pump and motor replaced on the #1 air conditioning raw water pump
      • New tachometer installed on the Stbd. main engine
      January 2019
      • Added AIS System Furuno F170
      February 2019
      • Cleaned and serviced port engine injectors
      • New sea power converter
      September 2019
      • Replaced the port side delta T fan
      August 2020
      • All new thru-hull sea valves
      • Stabilizers were serviced
      • New Steering hoses and steering pump seals
      • Engines and generators were fully serviced
      • New crew area flooring
      January 2021
      • New and rebuilt engine monitors and shutdown
      • Removal of cockpit and swimming platform teak decks and replaced with non-skid decks
      November 2022
      • Entire new main engine exhaust by Design Engineered Solutions (D.E.S)
      • New exhaust spray rings by D’ Angelo Exhaust
      • Upgraded and renewed aft deck teak
      • Fire equipment updated by Fireline
      • New steering lines
      • New handlers and compressors for VIP, Stbd., twin, galley, and port twin
      • Bottom painted
      January 2023
      • New non-skid on the aft deck
      • All new fans and damper controls in engine room
      February 2023
      • Recertification of fire equipment
      • New $130,000 exhaust by Design Engineered Solutions (D.E.S)
      • (2) new $30,000 AC compressors for the galley and staterooms
      January 2024
      • All new smoke detectors

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