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Available with an open or enclosed flybridge, the wide 20-foot beam of Hatteras GT63 ranks her among the largest convertibles her size ever built. The GT63 was a state-of-the-art yacht when she was introduced in 2012. Built on a solid fiberglass resin-infused hull with prop pockets to level the engines and reduce draft, the GT63 is able to cruise the Bahamas Banks and navigate shallow coastal waters with confidence. The interior accommodations found in the GT63 are not just spacious and luxurious, but are a match for many of the finest European motoryachts. The standard four-stateroom, three-head layout includes an opulent amidships master and large VIP stateroom forward, both with private heads and showers. The two guest staterooms have upper/lower berths and share a common day head. (The aft guest cabin can be converted to an office.) On the main deck level, the salon area is aft and the galley and dinette are forward. The salon features a watertight entry door that opens at the touch of a button, and a spiral staircase leads up to the optional enclosed flybridge. A fast ride, Caterpillar 1,900hp C-32 engines will cruise the GT63 at 35 knots (about 40 knots top).