58 Motor Yacht
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A popular model, the Hatteras 58 was one of the largest full-production motor yachts of her era. Hatteras practically owned the market for big motor yachts in those days, and there was little to compete with the 58 short of an expensive, custom-built yacht. Featuring a full-width salon and offered with or without an enclosed aft deck, the Hatteras 58 was built on a solid fiberglass hull with moderate beam and a long keel. The standard three-stateroom, three-head interior has the salon open to the lower helm and the galley and dinette down. An alternate four-stateroom layout with four heads has the galley on the deckhouse level, open to the salon, with a privacy door separating the lower helm from the rest of the cabin. Aft from the main salon through a sliding glass door is the enclosed aft deck with built-in ice maker. A companionway through the stern leads to the swim platform. The flybridge is accessible from the wheelhouse or from the aft deck. Additional features include teak interior cabinets and paneling, port/starboard wheelhouse doors, separate walk-in engine rooms, and a full-size tub in the owners stateroom. Detroit 8V92 550hp diesels cruise at 1415 knots.
Overview Venerable twin-deck motoryacht introduced in 1977 was one of the largest production yachts of her time.
Features Offered with three-stateroom, galley-down interior or more popular four-stateroom, galley-up floorplan. Highlights include huge full-beam salon, private wheelhouse with flybridge access, spacious aft deck, separate walk-in enginerooms.
Comments Most have been fitted with stabilzers. All-new Hatteras 58 MY model was introduced in 1985.
Performance GM 570hp 8V92TI diesels cruise at 1618 knots (20+ knots top).