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Discussion in 'Hatteras Yacht' started by YachtForums, Apr 6, 2004.

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  1. YachtForums

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    These classic pictures are compliments of Eric from Hatteras Yachts. Thanks are also extended to David Ritchie at Hatteras for his help and cooperation.

    Now... enjoy a trip down memory river!

    Hatteras 31' Cruiser...

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    A Hatteras 34' Convertable...

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    Hatteras 34' Trunk Cabin...

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    Hatteras 41' Convertable...

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    Hatteras 50' Yacht Fisherman...

    This picture was taken at Port Everglades, in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, as Pier 66 can be seen in the background, far right. Quite a contrast to the skyline today!

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    Hatteras 58' Yacht Fisherman...

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    First Motoryacht?

    1965 MY 50

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    41 Hatteras 1966 Twin Cabin

    41 Hatteras 1966 Twin Cabin

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  9. RT46

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    I like the pic of the guy with a tie on the bridge of a 34C.
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    If only we could revisit the fuel prices back then...
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    Thanks for bumping this old thread. Great pics/memories of boating in the 1960's - 1970's ...nice running bow shot of your classic 41.

    Here's a 1968 38DC ...not too many of these on the left coast.

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  12. dsharp

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    I ran across a 1969 Hatteras price booklet and a 38' Double cabin list at 49k with gas engines and 64k with 8-53's
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    Hatteras Emblem

    Bought a old Hatteras Greenville N.C. emblem anybody know what year that it could be from? Thanks Nice Pics
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    Probably 35 years ago, we looked at a Hatteras double cabin that was about the same vintage as the pic of the 34 trunk cabin above.
    This boat was immaculate, owned by a sweet older couple, looked like the day it was built inside.
    Same cushions, same countertops etc. a real time capsule.
    What really sticks in my mind was the plug that the owner showed me.
    It was from when he installed a new fangled flasher type depth finder !!!
    That plug was over an inch of solid fiberglass.( at least in my memory... could have been " male " inches though... :rolleyes:)

    I was more in a sportfish mood than a double cabin and, though it was in my price range, I passed on the boat.
    It did leave me with the opinion that the Hatteras of that day were built likea tank.
  15. oldsaltbob

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    Eric,

    I was hoping that you might have access or know someone that has photograph of the our Hatteras from 1970.

    We have the Twin Cabin, 41ft Motor Yacht. Our Hull ID: 41TC426

    If you can steer me in the right direction that would be wonderful.

    Thank you
    oldsaltbob
  16. f3504x4ps

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    Try Sam's marine . com site they have brochures on older Hats on the site.also some members may have pics and possibly may know the boat.