THE WORLD OF HATTERAS


News, events, owner stories, tournament postings and more. Experience the world of Hatteras.


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New GT63 Post One Bound for Transatlantic Crossing


After the 147.6-foot M/Y Dorothea III, owned by a former U.S. ambassador, spent two years towing its “fishing tender”, the Hatteras GT45X Post One, more than 30,000 nautical miles from Florida to New Caledonia in the South Pacific and back, he decided to upgrade to a new GT63.

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THE HATTERAS GT EXPERIENCE


Sports car handling, sea-kindliness and 40+ knots.

MODELS

THE NEW GT45X WITH FLYBRIDGE OPTION


If you want all the advantages of an express-style fishing boat combined with the added fishability of a flybridge helm, the new Hatteras GT45X with Flybridge Option is the boat for you.

MODELS

INTRODUCING THE M75 PANACERA ENCLOSED BRIDGE


Built for a couple who have owned four previous Hatteras Yachts, the boat not only showcased the Enclosed Bridge model’s new, air-conditioned upper-deck wheelhouse/sky lounge with dining area, but it also featured custom interior styling created by Hatteras Yachts’ Interior Design Department in collaboration with the owners.

INNOVATION

THE HATTERAS ADVANTAGE: THE ENGINE ROOM


When Hatteras owners take guests on a tour of their yacht, they often save the best part for last − the engine room. Every machinery space, from the 45 Express to the cavernous engine room on the 100 Raised Pilothouse Motor Yacht, is Intelligently designed, well-equipped, and surgically clean, showcasing the best of Hatteras engineering, design and construction technology.

AWARDS

HATTERAS 70 MOTOR YACHT NAMED BEST OF THE BEST


Hatteras Yachts is delighted to announce that the new 70 Motor Yacht has made Robb Report’s “Best of the Best” awards list for 2016.

INNOVATION

THE HATTERAS ADVANTAGE: NOISE SUPPRESSION


The Hatteras in-house design and engineering team has made noise suppression a priority for decades.

CONVERTIBLES

THE HATTERAS GT EXPERIENCE


Sports car handling, sea-kindliness and 40+ knots.

HISTORY

DRIVING THE KNIT WITS


Unmistakable — thanks to her jaunty flybridge, white paint and teal trim, the 41-foot Knit Wits, the first Hatteras ever built, pulled up to the dock at Pier 66 Marina in Fort Lauderdale where we waited to board her. Thanks to a full restoration by the Hatteras factory team in 2013, she looked just as fresh and feisty as the day she launched in 1960 — 55 years ago.