Boarding PISCOLA from amidships one can enter the boat via the port or starboard Pilothouse sliding doors. The Pilothouse has a large centerline helm, a pilot seat and the steps to the Flybridge. Just aft of the Pilothouse is a very large Galley with a dinette on the starboard side.
Continuing aft is the full beam Salon (this is an option as walk around decks are standard.). The Salon of PISCOLA is as large as you will find this series of boats. A small landing aft of the rear Salon door leads to the five foot Cockpit with transom door, swim platform and access to the Engine Room.
The lower deck accommodations are reached via the stairs in the forward end of the Salon. Starting forward is the full beam Master with ample storage and a full Head with a tub. Going aft are two Guest Staterooms with a pair of twin lower berths and full head in the Starboard Stateroom and a modified double with full head in the Port Stateroom.
There is an additional Guest Cabin forward of the Pilothouse and reached via Pilothouse stairs with a double and a single berth and a head en suite. This cabin is all the way forward. At the bottom of the stairs is a Crew Cabin for two with a private head.
The huge Flybridge is well laid out for entertaining with ample seating and a tender and davit aft.
The Pilothouse is entered via the sliding port or starboard entry doors. The sole is a varnished teak parquet. The centerline helm has an expanded electronics area as well as the yacht’s main electrical distribution area to port.
Further aft behind a generous amount of deck space is a three person helm seat with four drawers, a pull out footrest and four cabinet drawers below. To port is a storage locker with a lift up top and to starboard are two additional storage cabinets and eight carpeted steps to the Flybridge.
Forward are curved steps to the fourth Guest Cabin and the Crew Cabin.
Garmin GHS 10 VHF w/AI's & remote speaker (new 2011)
Garmin GPS Map 5015 15" touch screen plotter (new 2011)
Garmin GPS Map 5012 12" touch screen plotter (new 2011) (stand alone system not a repeater)
Garmin GHC 10 autopilot (new 2011)
Garmin 72 mile radar (new 2011)
Garmin depth transducer (new 2011)
Garmin Satellite weather option (new 2011)
Furuno Model FR 810D 72 mile radar
Hynautic hydraulic clutch & throttle controls (rebuilt 2011)
Full set of analog AC engine gauges
Hynautic wheel steering (entire system rebuilt 2011)
8" Danforth compass in chrome binnacle
Bennett trim tab controls
Keys & start/stop buttons
Electric fuel priming buttons
Engine Room blower controls
(6) Bilge pump switches w/indicator lights
Glendinning engine synchronizer controls
(3) Electric windshield wiper/washer controls
Naiad stabilizer controls
Emergency engine stops
Backup DC house water pump controls
Hatteras alarm panel for engines, AC power, fire & high bilge water
Central vacuum outlet
AC & DC overhead lighting
Just aft of the Pilothouse is the full beam Galley also with more deck space than the 70' Series Hatteras models. The sole is varnished teak parquet that continues aft from the Pilothouse. To starboard is a C shaped dinette to seat four to five people. There are two storage drawers under the ends with additional storage under the cushions. The tabletop is made from black Galaxy granite.
The Galley is to port, is U shaped and consists of the following equipment:
Black Galaxy granite countertops
GE Stainless steel side by side refrigerator w/water & ice through the door (new 2011)
Frigidair oven & ceran top four burner cook stop (new 2011)
Whirlpool trash compactor
Kenmore built in microwave w/fan & work light
ISK garbage disposal
Deep stainless steel sink w/removable spray faucet
Breville stainless steel countertop broiler
Breville stainless steel espresso maker
Kenmore digitally controlled toaster
(19) Cherry cabinet doors (new 2009)
(5) Cherry drawers (new 2009)
(2) Stereo speakers
(4) Halogen mini spots in newer headliner
(4) Under cabinet fluorescent lights
Opening port & starboard windows
The Salon of PISCOLA is huge, benefitting by the full beam option at time of build.
Immediately to starboard upon entering from the Galley is the entertainment center which includes a 36" Sharp Aquos LCD TV and a Samsung Blue Ray player (new 2011), a Sony AV receiver and a Panasonic six disc CD changer behind teak tambour doors.
Below is a teak door concealing a U Line stainless steel icemaker (new 2011).
Sliding panels on the bar top of the bar reveal a stainless steel bar sink and bottle storage. Below the bar are four teak storage cabinets with the aft one concealing four drawers for barware.
To the portside forward is a mirrored Surround for the stairs leading to the main accommodations below.
Next aft is a mahogany table with a removable leaf and six dining chairs. An attractive gold leaf lighting fixture is above.
Continuing aft to starboard is a three cushion upholstered sofa flanked by two end tables, each with a table lamp above.
Furthest aft is the door to the Aft Deck and at teak and Lucite glass cabinet that contains all the yacht’s stemware in fitted Lucite holders.
To port is an L shaped sofa to seat five to six people with custom storage below. An inlaid wood coffee table with two drawers lies in front of the sofa. An upholstered occasional swivel chair is next forward and part of this seating group. At the forward end of the sofa is a matching two drawer end table and matching table lamp.
Also located in the Salon are large tinted glass side windows covered with new wood mini blinds that have upholstered valances with rope lights behind. There are four stereo speakers, dedicated lights above the bar, a carpet runner, digital AC controls, a wireless HP printer, a Bose portable stereo and a central vacuum outlet.
The small Aft Deck of about 24" in length is at the same level as the Salon and leads down to the Cockpit.
A cabinet for scuba gear and four dive tanks are also located in this area. A very convenient four teak step and stainless steel ladder leads to the Boat Deck for ease of tender launching.
To starboard is a cabinet for cleaning supplies.
Down nine carpeted steps from the forward port corner of the Salon one reaches the main accommodation area.
Going aft are two Guest Cabins, the starboard one en suite, the Port Stateroom with its head just forward of the steps allowing this head to also serve as the Day Head.
Next forward is a two door linen locker followed by the entrance to the Master Suite.
Entered centerline aft, there is a queen size berth forward with rope lights and four drawers under the berth and swing arm brass reading lights on the bulkhead aft. Additionally there are reading lights in the soffit above.
To both port and starboard are large nightstands, the port with one drawer and an access panel and the starboard with two drawers and two access panels.
Outboard to starboard are six drawers and four cabinet doors. Above the drawers is a countertop with a Panasonic 19" TV and a Phillips DVD player. Behind Roman shades and an upholstered valance are two large opening Bomar portlights to serve as ventilation and emergency escape.
Next aft is the entrance to the private Master Head. Inboard on centerline is the cabin’s entry door with a full size dressing mirror on the inside.
Next outboard to port behind a dual bifold door is a large cedar lined hanging locker with an auto light. Going forward is another equal size cedar lined hanging locker with auto light and bifold door.
Next forward is an upholstered three person settee with two drawers below. Above are matching shades, valances and portholes to those on the starboard side.
Also in this cabin are reading lights above the settee, a hidden safe, stereo speakers with volume control, a telephone outlet and digital SMX AC controls.
The Master Head has marble tile sole, and a vanity with a hamper and a storage cabinet below and a Corian countertop with molded sink and an upgraded faucet above.
Two sliding mirrored panels above reveal a frosted opening porthole and a four shelf medicine cabinet. Another four shelf medicine cabinet is aft.
The toilet is a Galley Maid Delta marine head with an automatic flush timer.
The tub/shower is next aft with a sliding two pane door, a handheld or wall mountable fixture, a lockable two shelf cabinet, a light and a welded polished stainless steel handrail.
Also in the Head is a soffit with AC fluorescent lighting, a DC light fixture, a mirrored overhead and an exhaust fan.
Portside Guest Head/Day Head
The Portside Head is in the Companionway making it a Day Head as well as the Head for the Port Guest Cabin. It has a marble tile sole, two cabinet drawers in the vanity below a molded Corian countertop and sink and an upgraded faucet. Above are two large sliding mirrored panels with a three shelf medicine cabinet within. The toilet is a Galley Maid Delta marine head with an auto flush timer. The stall shower has a bifold glass door, a handheld or wall mountable shower fixture, a shelf, an opening obscured glass porthole and a light. Also in the head is an exhaust fan, a mirrored overhead, DC incandescent lighting and AC fluorescent lighting.
Portside Guest Cabin
The Portside Guest Cabin has twin lower berths each with two drawers under and a two drawer nightstand between. A soffit above has four sliding storage doors as well as two reading lights. Additionally there are two brass swing arm reading lights. Above the outboard berth are two opening portholes behind Roman shades and an upholstered valance.
Next forward is a large cedar lined auto lit hanging locker.
Also in this cabin is a 15" Polaroid LCD TV, Honeywell AC controls, stereo speakers with volume control, DC and AC overhead lights, telephone jack and a full size dressing mirror on the back of the entry door.
Starboard Guest Stateroom
The Starboard Guest Cabin has been modified from the original twin berth layout to now have a double berth outboard. There are two large drawers under the berth as well as additional storage under the mattress.
The nightstand on the inboard side has two drawers. A custom cabinet with four additional draws is on the inboard bulkhead.
Above the berth is a built in soffit with four sliding cabinet doors, two reading lights and an upholstered headboard on a full beam mirrored panel.
Outboard are two opening portholes behind Roman shades and an upholstered valance. At the foot of the berth is a cedar lined auto lit hanging locker and the entrance to the en suite Head.
Also in this cabin are stereo speakers with volume controls, a 15" Polaroid LCD TV, a Phillips DVD player, a Magnavox VHS recorder, Honeywell AC controls and a full size dressing mirror on the head entry door.
The Starboard Guest Head has a marble tile sole and two sliding doors in the vanity with a Corian molded sink/countertop above. Flanking a fixed mirrored panel over the sink are two four shelf medicine cabinets.
The shower has a bifold glass door, a handheld or wall mountable fixture, a shelf, an opening porthole with obscured glass and a light.
The toilet is a Galley Maid Delta head with an auto flush timer.
Also in the Head is a mirrored overhead, an exhaust fan, a DC incandescent light and an AC fluorescent light.
Going forward from the Pilothouse on the starboard side and are seven curved steps leading forward. Along the way is access to the large area under the Lower Helm, a 12 volt DC electrical panel and the 32 volt DC electrical panels for ship’s service # 1 and the 32 volt electronics panels plus two more additional two door lighted storage areas.
At the base of the steps to port is the en suite Crew Cabin.
The Crew Cabin has over/under twin bunks, a chest of five drawers and a storage cabinet, a full size hanging locker and a Kenmore stacked washer/dryer unit behind a teak door. Also in this cabin is an opening porthole, AC controls, a teak shelf with a 13" Sharp TV, access to the Head and a full size dressing mirror on the interior of the entry door.
The Crew Head is a wet head with a Galley Maid electric toilet with an auto flush timer, a vanity with storage below the ceramic sink and a mirrored medicine cabinet above. The shower fixture is handheld or wall mountable, with a curtain.
Forward Guest Cabin
All the way forward is the Forward Guest Cabin with a double berth to port and a single upper berth to starboard. Below the single berth is a settee for two plus one large drawer. Below the double berth are four drawers and two storage cabinets. An end table forward of the settee has two drawers, a storage cabinet and a Panasonic AM/FM/CD player.
Behind the entry door is a full size hanging locker with cedar lining and an auto light. A full size dressing mirror is on the inside of the entry door. Also in this cabin are stereo speakers, AC controls, overhead DC lights, brass swing arm reading lights and an overhead hatch to the Foredeck.
Forward Guest Head
In the forepeak is the Forward Guest Head. All the way forward is a fiberglass stall shower with an access door to the chain locker, a handheld or wall mountable shower fixture, a light and a bi fold door.
The vanity has one cabinet below, a china sink above and two medicine cabinets, the outboard one mirrored.
The head is a Galley Maid electric head with an auto flush timer. The overhead is mirrored and the sole is marble tile.
Fiberglass non skid sole
Hatteras Integral bow pulpit w/teak inlay
Stainless steel bow roller
Galley Maid above deck windlass w/(2) capstans, gypsy
Up & down foot switches for windlass
Fortress FX 86 anchor w/250 ft. of 1 1/4" 3 stand line
Navy 80 lb. anchor w/250 ft. of 1/2" anchor chain in customized second anchor chute below pulpit
Raised toe rail w/painted teak covering boards
Raised fiberglass deck hatch to Crew Cabin
(2) Fiberglass deck boxes for storage
Varnished teak handrails w/stainless steel stanchions & double vinyl coated life lines
(3) Windshield washers/wipers
Black Textulene windshield covers
Boarding lights above entry doors
International navigation lights
Marquipt 6 step Tide Ride ladder
Marquipt 8 step Tide Ride ladder
Built in bench seat w/removable cushions
Dockside water inlet
Freshwater wash down
(3) Pairs of 14" spring line cleats
ACR RCL 100 searchlight
Custom added spray rails
Fender tracks on hull side
Fiberglass non skid sole
Transom door w/gate
Hatteras fiberglass swim platform w/swim ladder
Freshwater wash down outlet
Saltwater wash down outlet
(6) Flush mount rod holders
Hawse pipes for 14" mooring cleats
Full size door into Engine Room
(2) Large ventilation portholes into Engine Room
Deck hatch into Lazarette
Built in 9 drawer tackle locker in Cockpit
Dockside water hookup
Telephone/cable TV inlet
4 Teak step ladder to Aft Deck
(2) Two teak step Cockpit boarding steps
Built in fiberglass dunnage box
(2) Folding chairs
Varnished flag pole & ensign
Quartz light facing aft
The main access to the Flybridge is a ladder from the Pilothouse on the starboard side. There is a centerline helm (with equipment listed below).
Next aft behind the helm on the portside is a curved Sunbrella upholstered seat with fiberglass storage boxes below.
Next aft is a varnished wood keyhole bar with three swivel barstools upholstered to match the cushions. Also in the bar is a small stainless steel bar sink, a U Line refrigerator with Integral icemaker (new 2011) and a storage cabinet.
Attached to the rail is a large stainless steel gas Magna BBQ with cover.
Furthest aft is a very large U shaped seating area with Sunbrella upholstery and ample storage below in fiberglass boxes. The seating will accommodate up to 16 people around a varnished teak table with a hole for an umbrella.
Opposite the bar are two Frigibar fiberglass deck freezers.
Flybridge Equipment includes:
Stainless steel rail & Micarta weatherboards around aft end of Flybridge
Large fixed Bimini top w/sunshade extension forward
Venturi windshield w/stainless steel handrail
Quick Disconnect freshwater wash down outlet
Radar arch w/radar mast for (2) radars & a Sat TV dome
(2) Ocean kayaks
(2) Givens 6 person canister life rafts
(2) Lights under radar arch
Fiberglass non skid sole
Fiberglass non skid sole
1995 14' Nautica RIB tender w/Yamaha 60 HP outboard. Tender has console steering, navigation lights, battery, bilge pump, etc.
Cradle for tender
Ladder to Aft Deck
Clutch & throttle controls aft for backing down
Marquipt davit approx 1200 lb. capacity
Garmin GPS 5012 plotter (new 2011)
Garmin GHC 10 autopilot head (new 2011)
Garmin GHS 10 VHF w/remote speaker (new 2011)
Danforth 8” Constellation compass in chrome binnacle
Full AC analog engine gauges
Hynautic hydraulic clutch & throttle controls
Keys & start/stop buttons
Trim tab controls
Naiad stabilizer remote controls
Hatteras Systems monitor for engines, AC power, fire & high bilge water
Battery parallel switch
Bilge pump monitor panel
Huge storage area under Helm
Pompanette swivel helm chair w/removable cushions
Pompanette swivel companion chair w/removable cushions
Three step entry ladder from Cockpit
Dual Racor 1000 fuel filters for main engines w/vacuum gauges
Walker air sep crankcase ventilation system
Dual stabilizer pumps
Dual power steering pumps
(2) Bilge blowers
(8) Automatic/manual Rule 3500 GPH bilge pumps (new 2011)
Emergency engine stop cables
Dual C02 manual/automatic fire control system
Engine fuel supply shutoff valves
Custom dual raw water sea strainers for each engine
Spare 3 1/2" prop shaft
Naiad model 252 stabilizers
Hynautic hydraulic wheel steering
Glendinning engine synchronizers
Bennet triple ram trim tabs
Side exhaust system near transom corner
Workbench w/stainless steel sink in Engine Room w/(2) storage cabinets below
10 Drawer Craftsman tool chest
Exhaust elbows replaced (3) in 2005 (1), in 2011
40 Gallon waste oil container
40 Gallon water heater
(2) Racor 900 fuel filters, one for each generator
Compare dive compressor for filling dive tanks
Rigid 1.8 HP 110 volt air compressor for horns or shop work
(2) Air conditioning raw water pumps
Manual Engine Room gauges
Start/stop switches in Engine Room
ZF 3.09:1 Ratio transmissions
Nutone central vacuum system
Hynautic hydraulic clutch & throttle controls
12" Exhaust system w/fiberglass mufflers
AC fluorescent lighting, 6 fixtures
DC fluorescent lighting, 6 fixtures
Craftsman Jet well pump for 110 volt water supply
Well Air WA2O accumulator tank for water system
Prowatermaker 600 GPD water maker (new 2011)
Matrix 600gallon reverse osmosis water maker
(3) Shower sumps w/Rule 1500 GPM pumps
(5) Galley Maid head pumps
Y valves for head system
High water bilge alarms
(9) Cruiseair reverse cycle direct expansion AC units all rebuilt/replaced 2011
Overhead storage cabinets in the Engine Room
4 Step Marquipt vertical boarding ladder mounted in Engine Room
10' Boat hook mounted in Engine Room
Injectors removed & tested w/replacement as needed (2011)
Turbos removed, calibrated & reinstalled
110/220 Volt 60 cycle AC electrical system
12/32 Volt DC electrical system
(8) 8 Volt batteries for engine & house supply @ 32 volts, all new 2011
(2) Group 31 generator batteries
(2) Group 31 batteries for electronics located behind Lower Helm
(4) Guest battery selector switches
Pilothouse DC electrical panel w/(34) breaker protected circuits
Engine Room DC electrical panel w/(23) breaker protected circuits
Pilothouse DC electrical panel w/(12) breaker protected circuits
Secondary Pilothouse DC electrical panel w/(36) breaker protected circuits
La March 32 volt 30 amp constavolt
(2) Sentry 12 volt 40 amp battery charger for electronics
(2) 15 KVA Jefferson electronic isolation transformers
(2) 50 amp 240 volt shore cord inlets on Foredeck
(2) 50 amp 120 volt shore cord inlets on Foredeck
(2) 50 amp 240 volt shore cord inlets on Cockpit
(2) 50 amp 120 volt shore cord inlets on Cockpit
Pilothouse AC electrical panel w/(33) breaker protected circuits
Engine Room AC electrical panel w/(13) breaker protected circuits
(2) Analog AC voltmeters & (5) analog AC amp meters at Pilothouse electrical panel
Kholer 20 KW 4 cylinder generator in sound shield, new 2010
Kholer 20 KW 4 cylinder generator in sound shield, new 2011
Vernalift mufflers for generators
Electrical bonding system
Battery parallel system
PISCOLA was updated in 2011 with new electronics, and generators as well as numerous mechanical updates to her mechanical systems (hydraulic and air conditioning).
Of special note is this is hull number three out of the seven Hatteras 77's built. The advantages of the aft engine room layout are many including short prop shafts, a quiet midship master cabin and sea keeping abilities thought to exceed those of the 70 Series models with midship engine rooms.
PISCOLA is seriously for sale and easy to see.
While every effort was made to list all pertinent included equipment aboard PISCOLA, there are some personal belongings aboard. Prospective purchasers should assume any item not specifically mentioned herein will not convey at closing.
Specifically excluded is the Caribe tender to be replaced with a Nautica 14' tender and the Honda Jet Ski.