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1985 Hatteras Convertible

Long Beach, United States


Preliminary Listing

Approximately 200 hours since SMOH

LLC owned


Basic Boat Info

Make: Hatteras
Model: Convertible
Year: 1985
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: HATCR840C585
Has Hull ID: Yes


Length: 45 ft
Length Overall: 45'8 ft
Beam: 14'6 ft

Engines / Speed

Engines: 2
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make: Detroit
  • Model: 6V92
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 535hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Year: 1985
Engine #2 Specs:
  • Make: Detreoit
  • Model: 6V92
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 535hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Year: 1985
Total Engine Power: 1,070hp


Heads Count: 1
Drive Type: Direct
Boat Class: Convertible Boats, Sports Fishing Boats


Rex Martin
To find out more or make an appointment to see this fine vessel give Rex a call at 925-900-8528 or e-mail him at
The Shoreline Yacht Group


The Shoreline Yacht Group
Cabrillo Marina
San Pedro, CA, US, 90731


model year 1985 length overall 45' 8”, beam 14’ 6", draft 4’6”, approximate weight 39,000 pounds, bridge clearance 14’3”, fuel tank capacity 730 gallons (holding tank converted to extra fuel tank), water tank capacity 165 gallons, holding tank approximately 40 gallons: modified vee planning hull design, 132 square foot cockpit, designed by Jack Hargrave, built by Hatteras Yachts of New Bern, NC; hand laminated fiberglass, interior cabin is finished afromosia teak paneling and cabinetry all cabinets with satin finish.


twin 535 horsepower Detroit Diesel 6V92TA engines with recent major overhaul with approximately 200 hours; Allison transmissions; three bladed 26" by 26” bronze propellers; flax/wax propeller shaft stuffing boxes; Hynautic hydraulic steering system; Hatteras audio engine alarm system oil pressure and water temperature; high water bilge alarm system; engine hour meters; Racor fuel and water separators; Walker Air-seps engine air intake air filters; Glendenning synchronizer; electric engine fuel priming pumps; Bennett trim tabs; fuel tank gauges;  two 12 volt engine room exhaust blowers; Seafire halon engine room fire extinguisher system; mechanical engine air intake shut downs on the fly bridge; five 12 volt Rule automatic bilge pumps; fresh water hose bib; 110 volt ac outlet; bronze sea water strainers on thru hulls; bronze through hulls with sea cocks.


12 dc volt, 120/240 ac volt with 30 and 50 amp shore side service and 50’ shore power cord; Hatteras audio alarm system; 8 KW MDKD Onan generator with sound shield with approximately 2300 hours; Xantrex 3000-watt inverter/charger; Racor fuel and water separator; Sentry 12/60 120-volt ac 60 amp dc battery charger; four eight d 150 amp 12 volt batteries; sacrificial zinc bonding system; battery shut off switches; battery paralleling system.


Maxwell RC10 12 volt electric anchor windlass; fiberglass bow pulpit with anchor roller; Danforth S2000 anchor with approximately 300 feet of 3/8” chain; marlin tower with fiberglass hard top with, three sided isinglass enclosure; two Ritchie power damp 4” flush mount compasses; Garmin 7212 radar, gps, plotter;  ICM IC422 vhf radio with hailer and 8’ 9 db antenna; Simrad AP200DL autopilot; 32" Toshiba flat screen tv; West Marine 12 volt am/fm cd player; Marquipt low profile 12 volt dinghy davit; Weaver dinghy chocks; West Marine 10’2” ridged bottom inflatable dinghy with 6 horse power Mercury out board motor; fiberglass swim platform, transom door; dockside water connection; two transom mounted under water lights; cockpit courtesy lighting; 12 volt cigar lighter; three fire extinguishers; throw ring with 50’ line; six life jackets; six Lee flush mount rod holders; fiberglass out riggers; Crusair air conditioning system with thermostat controls; Magma Newport propane barbecue; Mansfield vacuum flush head; dock side telephone and television connection; cockpit freshwater and raw water wash down .


Entry on to the vessel is from the swim platform and through the transom door into the 132 square foot cockpit. In the cockpit sole is a lift out fiberglass catch or storage box, tackle center and live well bait tank. Up one step from the cockpit through the sliding entry door into the air-conditioned. To port is a dry bar with U-line wine cooler, liquor cabinet. Located to starboard and forward is a larger L-shaped settee with storage. Entertainment center above the settee and circuit breaker panel to port. The galley is located down three steps from the salon along the port amid ships featuring abundant storage, sink, Chef microwave, GE full size refrigerator/freezer, Empress three burner cook top with oven and hot/cold pressure water system. The forward windshield above the galley floods it with light creating the feeling of not being in a hole. Located to starboard is the mid ships mater stateroom featuring Afromosia teak paneling, an offset queen-sized berth to starboard, large cedar lined hanging locker, with abundant drawer storage. Access to the head can be made through the master stateroom which features a Mansfield fresh water flushing marine heads, separate stall shower vanity with sink. The guest stateroom located in the forepeak accessed down the companion way past the galley featuring a large vee berth with cedar lined hanging lockers and drawer storage. From the large cockpit up the port side ladder to the tournament style fly bridge. Foredeck access is along the port and starboard side of the main cabin from the cockpit.  


Details are thought to be reliable but are not guaranteed. Offered subject to change, prior sale and tax when applicable. Measurements are in U.S. units. EXCLUSIONS: personal gear.


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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