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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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Hatteras Yachts 6h
"At 1830 GMT both boats lifted anchor and are underway for Rio De Janerio-2100 nm SW of Ascension. Sometimes things don’t go as planned... At 1730 GMT Dorothea and Post were located at 08 30s / 17.21w or 1925 nm east-northeast of Rio. ETA Rio is 25 November. All is well here."
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Hatteras Yachts 6h
"Further, the officials said the next opportunity for them to receive fuel was January ~maybe. Life on an island that lies 2000 miles from land! Anyway long story short, we took the allotted fuel in Dorothea, gave Post one a bath, and serviced machinery."
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Hatteras Yachts 6h
"[This would] give the next round of trades a chance to subside. The only issue with all of this is that Dorothea would need more fuel to account for generator time while not making way. As it turns out, the island and port had no more fuel to give."
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Hatteras Yachts 7h
"The officials greeted me at the bottom of the pier and mentioned on my walk to the port office that fueling opps were ready to begin. Just prior to all this, the weather had changed and it was recommended that we hold up in Ascension for 8-10 days."
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Hatteras Yachts 7h
Post One Update: "Our arrival into Ascension was on Thursday was more or less typical. We found our way into Clearance Bay slowly and anchored Dorothea as per instructions from Port Control. Post One followed and anchored down as well. Fueling had been in the works since June."
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Hatteras Yachts Nov 16
Hatteras GT45X hull 125 passing through the El Salvador inlet!
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Hatteras Yachts Nov 14
"Tomorrow is arrival day. Post One will get a sudsy bath, the crew will get some rest, and we will spend a few days exploring the island. Ascension is home to some of the largest marlin, tuna, and wahoo in the world. Fingers crossed."
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Hatteras Yachts Nov 14
"At 0830 Post One was hooked up and released a 300-pound blue and at 11:30 “hooked up” was again reported over the radio. As I type Post One is 2 for 3 blues with plenty of daylight left. Let's see what they do."
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Hatteras Yachts Nov 14
Post One has almost reached her destination! Update from Captain Crupi: "At 1300 GMT Post One and Dorothea were located at 04.45.0s / 13.39.0w or about 210 miles NE of Ascension Island. Almost there!"
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Power & Motoryacht Nov 13
Testing the Hatteras GT59: via
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Hatteras Yachts Nov 13
"0945 LT Post One released a blue marlin! Post One is scheduled for replenishment at 1330 when she will take her last load of fuel & provisions prior to arrival in Ascension. Captain Heater reports all systems running normal. Thank you Team Hatteras, you built us a great boat!"
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Hatteras Yachts Nov 13
"We are happy to report another beautiful day cruising south along the mid-Atlantic ridge. At 0500 LT / GMT Dorothea and Post crossed the equator at 12.32.0w longitude and are now in the southern hemisphere."
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Hatteras Yachts Nov 12
Replying to @jw_hou
They use a drone. We are always so impressed by the pictures they're able to get!
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Hatteras Yachts Nov 12
We fueled Post One yesterday, delivering just over 1000 gallons. Captain Josh reports all systems running well even under the extreme heat of the Eastern Atlantic with water temps of 93 degrees being reported.
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Hatteras Yachts Nov 12
Post One update: At 15:15 GMT Dorothea and Post were located at 05 13.0 n / 14 11.0 w or 230 nm west of Liberia, West Africa. We’ve traveled just under 900 miles since leaving Cape Verde and have just over 1100 miles to reach Ascension Island.
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Hatteras Yachts Nov 8
Post One is heading back across the Atlantic--this time from Mindelo Marina, Cape Verde, to Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. This is a 20+ day, 3,600-mile journey, which is double the length of Post One's original transatlantic crossing. Stay tuned for updates!
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BoatTEST Nov 1
The GT59 comes tournament-ready w/ integrated rigging & storage bow to stern. It’s also built to wow inside w/ a spacious 3-stateroom / 2-head arrangement or optional tackle center or 3rd head! Stop by to see her at FLIBS & look out for our test video coming soon!
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Hatteras Yachts Nov 7
It’s a busy and beautiful morning back at the factory in New Bern, NC!
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Hatteras Yachts Nov 6
Congratulations to Jerry Winograd and Chris Fox of Fox Yacht Sales on the purchase of GT65 Carolina hull number two. Jerry has been a member of the Hatteras family for years, and we are excited for his new adventures aboard the 65.
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Hatteras Yachts Oct 29
BoatTest addressed the elephant in the room--why are Hatteras Yachts so expensive? Watch the following video to learn about the value behind the price tag of a Hatteras. ?
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