The Hatteras 52’ Convertible was one of the best regarded boats Hatteras ever built. “Miss Print “ was captain maintained and kept under cover by her original owner until 2013. Her reliable 8V92 Detroit Diesels have approximately 500 hours since being completely rebuilt by RPM Diesel of Fort Lauderdale. The custom galley arrangement makes for a huge salon/ entertainment area. Her 3-stateroom 2- head arrangement makes her the perfect family cruising or fishing boat. The second owner has done several upgrades to make “Miss Print” the nicest 52’ Hatteras of this vintage available. Easy to see in Fort Lauderdale, she is a must see if you are looking for a 52’ Hatteras.
DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
Speed / Weight
Hull & Deck
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Guest SR/S: 3/0
- Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
52' 0" (15.85m)
16' 4" (4.98m)
5' 0" (1.52m)
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Topsides: Molded fiberglass with sandwich core construction and paint finish
Decks & Superstructure: Molded fiberglass with sandwich core construction and paint finish
Hull Bottom: Molded fiberglass with solid laminate construction and antifouling bottom paint applied. Modified-Vee
Interior: Carpeted soles, wooden bulkheads, teak trim and panels, vinyl overheads and molded and Corian counters
Fitting & Equipment
Canvas Covers: Stretched vinyl over aluminum frame at flybridge, aft deck half awning
Deck Hardware: Stainless steel and aluminum
Steering Gear: Hynautic Hydraulic, Top up master cylinder
Ground Tackle: Fisherman type with chain and nylon rode at bow and Spare Danforth and light chain under aft deck
Anchor Windlass: “Galley Maid” (24) Volt DC Vertical type
Compass: Danforth Constellation
Horn: Electric and air type
Anchor & Running Lights: DC electric
Marine Toilets: Two (2) electric and fresh water rinse
Air Conditioning System
Four (4) Cruisair and reverse cycle
Two (2) Burner Electric Stoves
Subzero independent refrigerator and freezer
Sharp convection microwave oven
Twin Detroit Diesel 8V-92TIC engines at 720HP each (500 engine hours since engines overhauled by RPM Diesel)
Engine Bed: Aluminum over molded fiberglass stringers
Fresh water engine cooling system
Exhaust line: Wrapped elbows and turbos to risers, to fiberglass pipes, flex hoses and raw water-cooled
Exhaust Silencer: molded fiberglass
Engine Generator: Alternator and (24) Volt DC each
Twin (2) 1000 Racors each main engine and 500 for auxiliary generator
Manual cable controls
Shaft Logs: Boxed fiberglass and flex hose
Bearings: Bronze and raw water-cooled
Stuffing Box: Bronze and flax packed
Struts: Single type aft and single forward each side and bronze.
Rudders: Twin spade type and bronze.
Bilge Pumps: Five (5) 12 Volt DC and automatic.
Sea Valves: 90° type.
Battery charger: fully automatic
Master volt 24 DC
Auxiliary Generator: Onan Diesel
Exhaust Line Flex hose and raw water-cooled
Storage Batteries: Five (5) 8-D type engine, house, and generator
Lighting: (12/24) Volt DC and 110/240 AC shore and auxiliary
Circuit Breakers: 12/24 Volt DC and 110/240 AC
Fuel: Diesel- 1,068 gallons
Extra Equipment On Board
GFCI’s throughout vessel to meet NFPA and ABYC standards
Trim Tabs (Boat Levelers)
50 amp 125/240 Volt AC shore power hook-up for shore side use.
Auto pilot at fly bridge.
VHF at fly bridge.
Systems Monitor at helm.
EPIRB Global position indicator.
Low oil pressure and high water temperature engine alarms.
Full Instrumentation at fly bridge.
Electrical Engine Synchronizer
Remote spot light.
Volt meters at helm and main panel.
Audible high water bilge alarm.
DC safety switches to batteries.
Engine oil change pump and reversible at engine room.
Tank watch holding tank system.
Rudder angle indicator at monitor.
Kenmore microwave oven at galley.
Telephone and TV hook up for dockside use.
Ice maker at main salon and galley by “U-Line”
Whirlpool washer and dryer at passage way by “Frigidaire”.
Freezer at aft deck to starboard.
Water maker installed on board at engine room.
Aft deck chairs and captain's chairs on fly bridge in good condition.