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Beautiful example of Hatteras craftmanship. Boat was living in fresh water the majority of its life! Refit the last two years. New fuel tanks adding 50 gallons for a total of 350. All new windows and frames. Engines replaced 400 hours ago. New cruiseair air conditioning. Updated steering with all new lines. Bottom painted with new cutlass bearings in May 2021. Hull and upper was repainted 6 years ago. 6.5K Onan Gen set. Stainless half tower. Garmin GPS 745. Boat is turn key and ready to go.
While the last of the original Hatteras 38 Convertibles was built
some thirty years ago, used models remained popular well
into the 1980s and many of these old boats are still in service today.
the Hatteras 38’s interior, flybridge, and engine room dimensions are notably larger. The galley location is unique: arranged facing aft it’s convenient and opens up the
The salon is fully paneled in teak or mahogany and features a standard lower helm and space for a sofa-bed and a couple of chairs. V-berths are located in the forward stateroom
berths are fitted in the guest cabin. Outside, the cockpit is suitable for sportfishing activities. the cockpit gunnels are lower perfect for getting a fish aboard easy. Topside, the flybridge has bench seating forward of the console and good cockpit visibility. Twin 454 Crusaders cruise the Hatteras 38 Convertible at 16 knots and reach 25 knots wide open.