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The Hatteras legend began on the barrier islands of the North Carolina shore where the frigid waters of the Labrador Current encounter the tropical Gulf Stream.
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BoatTEST Sep 18
Because of the M75 Panacera's convex modified-V hull w/ tunnels & a 5'3'' draft, she can go almost anywhere.👍 & w/ twin diesels, ranging from 1600-hp-1900-hp, she can achieve speeds that the builder says reach 30 kts!⛴ See our test video!
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Hatteras Yachts Sep 21
Introducing the next generation of the GT series, the GT65 Carolina. Learn more at
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Hatteras Yachts Sep 13
Replying to @jw_hou
Thank you, Jerry!
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Hatteras Yachts Sep 6
Congratulations to the owners of this new GT45X! They christened her here at the Hatteras factory before taking delivery today.
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Hatteras Yachts Sep 5
Post One arrived in Horta, Azores nearly 5 weeks ago and since then has fished nearly all the islands in Azores. Here are the latest pictures of her adventures.
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Hatteras Yachts Aug 30
CABO is back. Follow for the latest news.
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Hatteras Yachts Aug 23
Last month, GT63 Post One completed a transatlantic journey on its own bottom and made history as one of the few sportfishing vessels to do so. Captain John Crupi of Post One's sister ship, Dorothea III, kept a logbook of the pair's voyage.
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BoatTEST Aug 16
The power is all within your hands🤲 with the new HattCON!! It controls and monitors all of the boat's systems from one location!!💻 Learn more about the HattCON in our new review video on !!🆕🆕🎥
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Hatteras Yachts Aug 16
Hatteras Yachts are among the strongest in the world. Walk through our lamination process with BoatTest to learn how we achieve this feat.
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Hatteras Yachts Aug 8
BoatTest has reviewed Hatt/CON, our exclusive new innovation in total ship management. Click below to watch the review video.
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Yachting Magazine Aug 2
The GT63 Post One just made it across the on her own bottom.
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Hatteras Yachts Aug 7
The 1st Annual Hatteras Cup has hit 50 logged catches! Our latest experience article details the top contenders—click below to check it out.
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Hatteras Yachts Jul 26
Hatteras is proud to sponsor the Marlin Mission, a fundraising campaign started by the passengers and crew of Post One and Dorothea III. Proceeds will buy school supplies for children in Cape Verde and Brazil. Click to learn more.
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YachtWorld Jul 25
Hatteras rolled out the red carpet for this customer on delivery of their M75 Panacera today!
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Hatteras Yachts Jul 24
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Hatteras Yachts Jul 20
"As of 1700z, both Dorothea and Post One are located 165nm west/northwest of Horta, Azores. Almost there! Captain Josh has done an amazing job and Post One has performed flawlessly--a real tribute to the Hatteras brand and people that build these boats. Thank you!"
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Hatteras Yachts Jul 20
Day 8 update on Post One's Atlantic crossing: "As we made our way into day 8, skies have become partly cloudy and air/sea temps have dipped into the 70s." "We connected with Post One just after lunch and gave them a few supplies and a final fuel replenishment of 1050 gallons."
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Hatteras Yachts Jul 19
Captain Crupi continues: "Yesterday was full of life with numerous pods of dolphins visiting us as well as several pods of Sperm Whales with babies by their sides. Sunset is now at 21:10z and the photo doesn’t do it justice."
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Hatteras Yachts Jul 19
Post One is on day 7 of her journey across the Atlantic Ocean on her own bottom. Captain John Crupi reports that today "is sunny and light NNE breezes 10 - 15 kts and seas of 1-3 ft. Fishing preparations have begun in anticipation of our arrival into Horta."
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Hatteras Yachts Jul 16
Post One refueled 1385 gallons of diesel fuel yesterday from mothership Dorothea III. Here are some stats on the journey so far: Total fuel burn for Post One: 1950 gallons Total hours underway: 92 Gallons of water made: 850
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