Boat Details

Hatteras Yacht Fisher 55′ 1967

$95,000.00

Description

Imagine was originally a 50 foot boat, 1967 Hatteras Yacht fisherman. However shortly after she left the Hatteras factory (licensed by Hatteras), the cockpit was extended five feet. This added space that is perfect for fishing, diving, and extended cruising. In 2003 the original 8-V 71’s were replaced with two new, smaller John Deere, 150 HP, turbo-charged Diesels. This boat has been well cared for; continually upgraded and surveyed to make sure she will not have any problems in the near future.

January 5th, 2018, survey available

This vessel is located in beautiful San Carlos Sonora, Mexico, A short 250 mile drive on a safe 4 lane highway from Nogales, Az. San Carlos is a known boating destination/community, featuring breathtaking scenery, quiet anchorages nearby, great fishing, diving, two marinas, 3 haul out facilities and much more.

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.

Financial and titling transactions are conducted in the US or Canada by licensed agents. An offshore purchase means great savings and the process is more hassle-free than you may think! Call for details.

 

San Carlos Yachts
Division of Mazatlan Marine Center
Don Brame & Brisa Llanes
Edificio Marina San Carlos Local # 3
San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico 85506
Toll-free 1-855-846-7245
Our Local phone 011 52 (622) 226-0037
EMAIL US sancarlosyachtsales@gmail.com

Detailed Information

Dimensions

Cockpit extended 5’ licensed by Hatteras per previous owner.

LOA:  Originally 50 ft currently 55 ft (does not include swim step)

Lwl:  53 ft approx

Draft:  4 ft

Beam:  15 ft 7 inches

Displacement:  50,000

Headroom:   6 ft 2 inches

Hull material:  Fiberglass

 

Engine and propulsion

Engine make:  John Deere 150 hp Turbos

Engine model:  4045 Turbo charged

Engine year:  2003

Engine hours:  P-1345  S-1333

Horse power:   150

Cruising rpm:  1300

Cruising speed:  7 knots

Max speed:  12 knots

Max rpm:  1800

Range:  1500-2000 NM

Fuel type:  Diesel

Number of engines:  Two

Propeller type:   4 Blade 28×28

 

Tank Capacity

Fuel capacity:  750 gallons

Fuel tank material:  Fiberglass

Total No. Fuel tanks:  Four

Water capacity:  350 gallons

Water tank material:  Fiberglass & plastic

Total No. Water tanks:  Three

Holding capacity:  100 gallons

Holding tank material:  Plastic

 

Accommodations

Stateroom sleeps:  2

V-berth sleeps:  2

Twin berths:  2

Cabins:  3

Heads:  2

Other:  Large pantry-walk in

 

Galley

Refrigeration:  12 V Tundra 6 cu ft T80

Freezer:  12 V Tundra 2 cu ft

Water heater:  AMA Electric approx 30 gallons

Stove:  Force 10 3 burner with oven LG

Water system:  12 V Pressure/Dock connection

Cooking fuel:  propane

Microwave:   Emerson

Sink:  Double SS

 

Electronic and Navigation Equipment

SSB:  Icom IC 718

SSB tuner:  Icom

Pactor:  SCS PTC 11 USB Upgraded to III

Radar:  JRC 64 mile, JMA-2300 Raster

VHF  West Marine 500 DSC

GPS:  CO 590 Standard Horizon (GPS Chart plotter color 12’’ screen+ chip

Depth sounder:  CP 590 Standard Horizon GPS, Chart Plotter, sounder, digital depth sounder

Knotmeter:   GPS

Autopilot:  Simrad AP 26

Plotter:  Standard Horizon CP 590

Compass:  Danforth 6’’

Stereo:  Kenwood Auto KDC 122

Equipment manuals:  Yes

 

Electrical Systems

The old 32 volt system was replaced with 12 volt.

All the old wiring was removed and replaced in 2003.

120 A/C

House bank 1:   (2) 8D

Start bank:  (2) 8D

Battery monitor:  Xantrex

Battery switch:  Multiple Guest

Battery charger:  Freedom Combo Marine 25

Generator:  Tropical 7 kn Isuzu Engine

Gen hrs:  493

Alternator:  John Deere stock 150 amps

Inverter:  Freedom Marine 25

Solar panel:  Four 100 solar panels (400 watts total) made in China.

 

Deck Equipment

Anchor:  66 pound Bruce

Chain length/size:  300 ft (recently galvanized)           

Line length/size:  3/8

Anchor 2:  110 pound Bruce                 

Line:  300 ft

Anchor 3: Danforth

Windlass:   Ideal 12 V Vertical Capstin   

Dinghy:   West Marine (Zodiac)

Nav lights:  Yes                

Spreader lights:  (1) Cockpit light  

Rails:  Yes             

Dinghy davits:  Custom               

Deck wash:  12 V High pressure Bow & Cockpit                   

Windshield wipers:  12 V (3)                 

Swim step:  Yes

Lifelines:  Yes                  

Gates:           Two 

Bow roller:  Yes      

Covers & curtains:  Cockpit, Bimini, window covers, screens

Deck material:  Fiberglass

 

Mechanical Systems

Propeller:  Michigan Wheel 28×28

Fire extinguishing:  Four  

Transmission:  ZF Gear ZF 220

Water maker:  Village Marine little wonder 12 Volt (needs boost pump and membranes) 

Bilge pump:  (4) 1 per engine, 1 fwd, 1 aft

Air conditioner:  Small 120 Volt window type for aft cabin                          

Steering type:  Hydraulic   

Raw water sea strainer:  Yes

House fans:  Yes

Fuel shut off: Yes

Fresh water cooling system:  Yes

Stabilizer:  Paravanes

 

Fishing Equipment

Rod holders:  5

Transom door:  Yes

Fish box:  Yes

 

Safety Equipment

Lifejackets:  Yes

Life rings:  Yes

Flares:   Yes

CO2 Detector

Guest galvanized Isolator

Detailed information shared by the owner

The boat was originally a 50 foot, 1967 Hatteras Yachtfisherman. However, shortly after she left the Hatteras factory (licensed by Hatteras), the cockpit was extended five feet. This added space is perfect for fishing, diving and extended cruising. In 2003, the original 8-V 71’s were replaced with two new, smaller John Deere, 150 HP, turbo-charged diesels (currently at 1300 hours). The engine were a huge improvement from the old Detroits. Her speed has been reduced but she is quiet, fuel efficient (occasionally we get 3 NMPG at 7 knots) and easy to service. There are two separate, “stand up” engine rooms. One 50 gallon aluminum day-tank has been installed in each engine room. A built-in fuel transfer and filtering system was also installed. During the refit, the boat was set up as a coastal with emphasis on simplicity and efficiency. Each engine is equipped with an aluminum pan to catch any oil or coolant leaks. Solar panels have significantly reduced genset running time (the genset has less than 500 hours)

She has cruised extensively from San Francisco to Cabo San Lucas, explored all of the channel Islands off California, cruised most of the Islands off  the Pacific Coast of Baja, Within the Sea of Cortez, her anchor jas been set from Puerto Refugio at Isla Angel de la Guarda in the north to the tip of Baja to the south. She has explored Bahia de los Angles, including Puerto Don Juan; Isla San Pedro Martir; all of the Mid-Riff islands within the Sea and the extensive cruising grounds around Guaymas, Mexico.

The flopper-stoppers were designed to be used at anchor, they are effective and have made an untenable anchorage reasonably comfortable. They can easily be modified to function underway as active paravanes to reduce roll.

She has plenty of room to fish, dive and cruise, she has an extremely comfortable live aboard boat; even if you elect not to cruise, she makes a comfortable second home for snow birds. She is currentl moored in Marina Real, San Carlos, Mexico (not far from Guaymas). She is the perfect boat for the Sea of Cortez and the entire Pacific Coast from Alaska to Central America. A passage through the Panama canal opens up the Caribbean and the East Coast of the States.

Fresh bottom paint was applied in January 2018.

A 12 Volt, Village Marine water maker (Little Wonder) is aboard. A low pressure boost pump and a new membranes are needed for it to be functional, however, with 350 gallons of fresh water, we have found that a water maker is not necessary fro a coastal cruiser.

The flying bridge needs new shift cables to be fully operational (the old cables are on board but need to be refreshed).

Complete refit in 2003/2004

Unless otherwise noted, items listed as new were new in 2003/2004

  • New John Deere 150 HP turbo diesels, and ZF gears
  • New genset, 7 kw
  • New wiring, 120 and 12 Volt, throughout boat
  • New custom Aluminum 50 gallon day tanks
  • New built-in fuel polishing system
  • New holding tank, 100 gallons
  • New water tanks, 350 gallons
  • Rebuilt hydraulics for steering, including hoses
  • New Simrad autopilot
  • 750 gallons diesel capacity
  • New galley, including huge pantry
  • New 10 cubic foot Tundra refer/freezer
  • New Force 10, range with oven
  • Microwave
  • New overheads throughout boat
  • High capacity salt-water wash down pump
  • New 64 mile JRC radar
  • 10 inch Standard Horizon combo chart plotter/fish finder, new in 2010
  • Digital depth finder
  • VHF radio
  • High frequency ICOM single sideband radio
  • AM FM radio
  • Flopper stoppers anchoring, can be converted for underway use
  • Computer station
  • Nav station
  • 66 and 110 pound Bruce-type anchors, 300 feet recently re-galvanized, 3/8 inch chain
  • 40 pound Danforth stern anchor
  • Electric windlass
  • Four 8-D batteries (combo starting and house)
  • Four 100 watts solar panels, charge controller (2017)
  • Four bilge pumps
  • CO2 alarm
  • 2005 Awlgrip paint
  • Bimini over cockpit, great for Mexico
  • 12 ft, RIB, West Marine inflatable, new in 2015, (West Marine inflatable, made by Zodiac)
  • Fishing pole rack
  • Screens for all exterior doors and windows
  • Interior total blackout window covers for Summer storage
  • Bimini for bridge
  • Two-inch shafts, 28 x 28 Michigan wheels (one shaft was new in 2003)
  • New overhead lighting throughout the boat
  • Two Jabsco electric, freshwater heads
  • One Jabsco manual head in storage
  • Braun 120 volt trash compactor
  • Stacked washer/dryer
  • Heart Inverted/Cherger, Freedom 25, rebuilt in 2016
  • Galvanic Isolator, Guest
  • Sea Anchor, Para-Tech, 18’ diameter
  • Two kayak storage racks
  • Prop puller for 28 inch prop

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