Searching for the perfect cruiser/live-aboard that is affordable, in top condition and ready to take you cruising to the Islands of your dreams??
LOOK HERE AND YOU'LL NEED NOT LOOK ANY FURTHER!!
ANNIE M is a fully found sundeck double cabin motoryacht that has always been maintained to high standards, lovingly kept by her cruising couple who have used her lightly on the Chesapeake Bay. This Jim Wynn design is a time-tested and well-proven sea boat. She can be driven at displacement speeds (8-9 knots) for great fuel economy or pushed to motoryacht cruising speeds (16-17 knots) when time or the weather and conditions dictate.
"Once aboard the Hatteras 40 Double Cabin, you'll discover the...'typically Hatteras' quality firsthand. A beautiful combination of livability, reliability, and performance."
"Here in forty feet is a lot of room, a lot of luxury, a lot of individual quality. In short...a lot of boating enjoyment"
...and PRICED TO SELL!
CALL TODAY FOR A PRIVATE SHOWING OF THIS BEAUTIFUL YACHT.
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Please contact Nick Christhilf at 410-353-5524
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 40 ft 10 in
Beam: 13 ft 7 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 4 in
Displacement: 30000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 15 ft 2 in
Headroom: 6 ft 5 in
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2
Starting from the forward guest V-cabin with screened overhead hatch, frosted ventilating portlights, drawers under the berth, hanging locker and a full length mirror. Next aft to port is a head with a shower stall...this head serves both the forward guest cabin and as a day head. Opposite to port is the fully equipped galley which is open to the salon and the three paned windshield above making it open and airy. Up two steps is the main salon which features to starboard a breakfast bar with two Parsons stools. Opposite to port is an L-shaped convertible settee (sofa bed for 2) with a drop leaf high/low table serving as a cocktail table or a dining table. On the starboard side is a small entertainment center. The interior wood is a rich mahogany traditional to the Hatteras yachts...the salon sole is carpeted and forward there is an access hatch to the engine room...going aft 3 stairs up takes you to the "back porch", i.e. the fully enclosed aft deck...three stairs down takes you to the owners stateroom which features a centerline queen sized bed, ample drawers (6 each side) and hanging locker storage and an ensuite head with shower stall.
From the aft deck moving forward up three steps is the fully enclosed flying bridge with a 360 degree view. The helm has complete instrumentation and navigational instruments. Guest seating includes a bench seat forward of the helm which is exclusive to this Series I model. From the aft deck aft is a stainless steel ladder which descends to a generous full width swim platform.
Lunaire AC/heat (2 units)
Draperies with upholstered valance boards
Forward salon windshield and sliding side windows (tinted safety glass)
Vacu Flush heads (electric, fresh water) fore and aft
Washer/dryer (never operated)
FAC41101 110v 11 gallon hot water heater (May 2011)
Ground fault protection (GFI) on AC receptacles and lighting circuits
12v and 120v lighting throughout
Bed clothes in staterooms for berths
The spacious U-shaped galley has vinyl floor covering and laminate countertops. There is plenty of lighting: 12v and 120v light fixtures and 120v duplex outlets.
Sea Ward 3 burner electric stove
110v/12v Nova Kool RFU8320 refrigerator w/freezer (June 2011)
Accessibility to the full width engine room is gained through a hatch in the main salon sole. Running at displacement speed...7 knots = 2-3 miles/gal., 10 knots = 1 mile/ gal., 2200 RPMs .6 miles per gallon.
Lifeguard LG100 fuel/air separators for each fuel tank vent
Dual lever clutch and throttle controls
The ship's electrical systems include 110v/220v shore power provided, 110v generator provided and 12v battery provided. Full complement of navigation lights. Battery control panel with fusing and isolation switches, DC distribution panel with magnetic circuit breakers and battery condition meter, AC switching panel with volt meter, ammeter and interlock selector breakers and AC distribution panel with magnetic circuit breakers.
8 kw Onan generator with sound shield (<1,000 hours)
House battery bank: 2 NSB210BB (400 amp hrs.) (March 2012)
Xantrex 40amp battery charger
Magnum Energy MS2812 Inverter/Charger (2500 watt inverter/125 amp charger
Isolation transformer (allows boat electrical system to operate on either 50 amp/240 VAC or 30 amp/115 VAC shore lines)
50 amp shore power cord
30 amp shore power cord
At helm: 6 point systems monitor with visual and audible signals for (a) engines - oil pressure, coolant temperature, drive oil temperature, exhaust temperature, (b) high bilge water, (c) fire warning in engine compartment, (d) engine compartment fire extinquishing system discharge, (e) AC power loss
ELECTRONICS AND NAVAIDS:
The ship's helm is on the flying bridge which can be fully enclosed for protection in inclement weather.
Robertson AP200 autopilot with remote
Airmar B744VL depthfinder (transducer) integrated w/Garmin system (2008)
Garmin GSP 22 fishfinder (block box) (2008)
Garmin GPS (2008)
Garmin 4212 chartplotter w/integral knotmeter, log & water temp.(2008)
Garmin GMR 24HD radar (2008)
Uniden UM535 VHF (2008)
FloScan fuel flow meters integrated w/GPS provides for mpg
3.5" Ritchie compass (at helm)
Mounted spotlight (powers on, but does not articulate)
DECK AND HULL:
The "hull is well-conceived from stem to stern: bottom lines sharp at the forefoot for a soft entry, running strakes forward for effective lift and flattened chines for added stability. The graceful flare of the bow helps to provide a dryer ride, while maximizing interior forward space." She has "full-length fiberglass stringers and athwartship stiffeners to provide" a sound hull structure. Bridge clearance is measured to the top of the radar arch.
Fixed fire extinquishing system for engine compartment with automatic and remote manual controls, plus audible and visual discharge signals
Bow pulpit w/SS rail, anchor chute and roller
Simpson-Lawrence Seawolf electrical windlass (w/foot switches and bridge controls)
Dockside water connection with pressure reducing valve
Valves on underwater through hull fitting with electrical bonding throughout
U.L. approved fiberglass reinforced fuel tanks
Sewage holding tank plumbed for dockside discharge and level indicator light in heads
ANNIE M is fully found:
Spare props (bronze 24D x 26P 4 bladed) (engine room)
2 fiberglass dunnage boxes on fordeck
Helm and helm seat covers
Bridge and aft deck enclosures (2004) (removed and stored every off-season)
Automatic bilge pumps, 1 manual bilge pump
Portable fire extinquishers
Bell & horn
USCG safety gear
ANNIE M is a fully found sundeck double cabin motoryacht that has always been maintained to high standards, lovingly kept by her cruising couple who have used her lightly on the Chesapeake Bay. This Jim Wynn design is a time-tested and well proven sea boat. She can be driven at displacement speeds (8-9 knots) for great fuel economy or pushed to motoryacht cruising speeds (14-15 knots) when time or the weather and conditions dictate.
"Once aboard the Hatteras 40 Double Cabin, you'll discover the...'typically Hatteras' quality firsthand. A beautiful combination of livibility, reliability, and performance."
"Here in forty feet is a lot of room, a lot of luxury, a lot of individual quality. In short...a lot of boating enjoyment" and PRICED TO SELL!
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.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 888-838-5993Tel: 410-990-0404