The Best in it’s class
The new Hatteras 77 Convertible will appeal to both cruisers and sport fisherman thanks to its customer driven interior layout options and industry leading specifications in beam, draft, fuel capacity and accommodation space.
Like all Hatteras yachts, the 77 Convertible is built on a solid fiberglass hull with Dinvinycell coring in the decks, bulkheads and hull sides above the waterline.
This yacht is without doubt, the best in its class.
The Hatteras 77 features an advanced convex hull design for smooth ride and optimal performance. The convexity of the bow reduces the impact accelerations for a smooth head sea ride, while the fast taper to the stem sections improves speed and stability.
The outstanding feature of this vessel is its bow. which can be considered as “exaggerated”, giving it a strong impression from any angle.
Passing through a sliding door to the inside of the vessel, one finds great refinement and exquisite taste from the lower part of the stern.
There is a luxurious saloon with an enormous sofa and made to measure chairs.
The vessel has a stairway for exclusive crew use.
The 77 Convertible has and audio visual entertainment system that features controls throughout the entire vessel. In the lounge, guests can enjoy theater quality sound accompanied by a 50” plasma TV screen.
No step is required to access the galley, which is equipped with a refrigerator and freezer.
Standard amenities include a trash compactor, a microwave oven, a dishwasher, an icemaker and chilled wind storage. The galley has a great look and is made from longlasting materials.
Below decks, the 77 is configured with four cabins, as well as cabins for the crew, which are next to the engine room.
The 77 Convertible will be introduced with an enclosed fly bridge and large interiors. The bridge is equipped with forward facing seating for the captain and four guests.
All the fuel tanks of the Hatteras are constructed of fiberglass and have been approved by the Underwriters Laboratory.
28 a 30 knots
35 a 37 knots
Text: Juan Carlos Fonseca ± Photo: Amura