Hatteras 64 Convertible
When it came to the 64 Convertible, Hatteras pushed all the right buttons—the styling is crisp, the accommodations are lush, and the finish is world-class throughout. Introduced in 2006, the 64’s huge cockpit and spacious accommodations are the result of a broad 19'6" beam. She rides on a low-deadrise hull with cored hullsides and a solid fiberglass bottom. Moderate propeller tunnels are molded into the hull to reduce draft. Inside, the 64’s opulent salon features a vast U-shaped sectional sofa to port, opposite a full-length cherry cabinet with built-in 42" plasma TV. The galley/ dinette area is a step up from the salon and features a 4-burner ceramic cooktop, microwave/convection oven, trash compactor, disposal, and three Subzero units—two refrigerators and one freezer. There are four staterooms below including an enormous full-beam master suite with centerline king berth and en-suite head with granite counters and cherry cabinets. (Note the unique opening ports in the master stateroom.) A mezzanine deck with lounge seating overlooks the spacious cockpit. No lightweight, Cat 1,875 hp C-32 engines cruise the Hatteras 64 at 28–30 knots (mid 30s top). Call for every further detail.