The Hatteras 64 Convertible's Cockpit is a full 164 square feet, loaded with features and conveniences to enhance the fishing experience. Like its 68-foot sistership, the 64's cockpit features a mezzanine level to keep the crew comfortable and alert. Inside the mezzanine is expansive freezer and storage space; its modular design allows owners to choose their mix of freezers, livewells and insulated storage tubs.
Under the top step, an 82-quart, refrigerated step box keeps refreshments chilled. Immediately to starboard lies an additional mezzanine seat with two tackle drawers underneath. An optional full-height bait prep station with an electric grill (shown to left) is available. Two 18-gallon storage tubs are positioned on the bottom mezzanine level, while two bins in the lower steps provide wet storage for mop heads, brushes and chamois. To the left and right of the optional fighting chair, two in-deck 62-inch fish boxes are positioned longitudinally to prevent damage to fish that can occur in transverse boxes.
The cockpit also positions concealed shore power outlets inside the forward corners, along with corner hawsers and side scuppers hidden in the spray rail - all contributing to a smooth, seamless finish.
The huge, 186-square foot flybridge is laid out for optimum control and comfort. Two helm chairs front a pod-style helm with single-lever electronic controls. Flat-screen electronics displays and the computer-based systems monitor are housed in a pneumatically controlled console.
Wrap-around seating conceals rod storage, and to starboard, a rear-facing jump seat sits atop an insulated refreshment box. Forward of the seat lies optional freezer storage for extended voyages. An optional enclosed bridge arrangement is also available.