VICTORIA represented a shining
accomplishment for the Hatteras Custom Division in 1991: built as a raised
pilothouse design for Mediterranean cruising, she offers four staterooms,
walk-around side-decks, a generous swim-step / boarding platform and elegant
common spaces. Maintenance has always
been very good. Now, under her third owner, VICTORIA shows nicely following a
1.5M refit in 2009 and an additional 2011 refit of comparable value. The end
result offers her in great condition with incredibly tasteful interior décor,
gleaming bright-work and paint and an overall very smart purchase option for
the private user or one who may like to offset expenses in the charter market.
No doubt, although offered on a
select basis for charter she is highly sought after as one of the few true four
stateroom motor yachts in her size range.
DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
Speed / Weight
Hull & Deck
Coast Guard #:
Guest SR/S: 4/0
- Crew R/B/S: 3/0/0
113' 0" (34.44m)
90' 0" (27.43m)
24' 7" (7.49m)
7' 0" (2.13m)
Cruise Speed RPM:
Cruise Speed Range:
Max Speed RPM:
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Aft on the main deck is an open but shaded seating area, suitable for alfresco dining. Decks are teak, clear wings doors open to each side deck. A varnished teak dining table with gold inlay, comfortably seats ten. A centerline bulwark door provides shore and swim-platform access.
The entire aft bulkhead to the deckhouse is built of clear Lucite panels; entrance to the main saloon is via port or starboard “invisible” doors. Between the two doors is a unique circular stairway, which leads down to the aft accommodations.
The main saloon is contemporary in furnishing style. Opposing couches with matching coffee tables are upholstered in earth tones. Window and door frames and hardwood trim is finished with a warm cherry stain. With low-sill windows and an essentially transparent aft bulkhead, this space is bright and inviting. At the forward end of the main saloon is a semi-enclosed dining area, separated from the saloon by modern columns, which are on either side of an aft-facing entertainment center.
The starboard passageway leads to a day head, then next forward to the flybridge stairway, beyond which is a comfortable on-deck stateroom with centerline queen berth, plasma TV, suitable storage and an ensuite head compartment with separate shower, finished out with ultra-modern fixtures. This stateroom is bright, intimate and wheel-chair friendly.
On the outboard side is a more formal entrance door to the main deck, with a matching mid-ship door to port. All the way forward is the galley style kitchen. (See GALLEY) Crew accommodations are down and forward of the galley. (See CREW).
On the lower deck, the aft circular stairway opens into a pleasant library / foyer with a small couch, shelving and lights suitable for reading. Aft to starboard is a twin berth stateroom and the starboard stateroom features a queen berth. Each stateroom includes full sized closets and bureaus, private bath with double sinks and shower compartments, private media components and individual climate controls. Engine room access is also available via this foyer.
Forward of the engine room is the full beam owner’s stateroom with private stairway which originates in the forward port corner of the main saloon. This space is grand in scale by virtue of the yacht’s 24’ beam, graciously furnished with a typical abundance of drawers, a large walk-in cedar closet, vanity area and a large bathroom with elegant appointments.
The flybridge area was totally reconfigured and optimized during the 2009 refit, with a modern hot-tub, larger tender space and more intimate seating. The requisite grille, icemaker and sink were also replaced and updated. Shaded seating is available for as many as twelve. Further aft, two king sized sun pads are on either side of the hot-tub, which was fabricated with an attractive teak surround. Aft of the tub is a 40” retractable TV screen with a full menu of media choices. The business end of the flybridge is sheltered by an angled wind-screen and Pompanette seating for two, with wrap-around helm consoles and all navionics attractively flush mounted. The sloping foredeck also offers two additional sunbathing spaces, fitted with comfortable, terrycloth cushions.
All galley components were replaced, along with the countertops and galley sole. Galley component arrangement was conceived by a professional chef with an emphasis on efficiency
Insinkerator trash compactor
Two Electrolux refrigerators – ER3211B
Two Electrolux freezers
AEG Electrolux glass-top range
Two Electrolux ovens
Broan extractor fan
Twin MTU 12V396TE94 V12 turbocharged diesel engines: 2200 HP @ 2100 RPM
Approximately 4500 total running hours on main engines
ZF direct drive marine gears: 4.294:1 ratio
Aquamet 22 stainless prop shafts – 4.5” diameter
Five blade props
Alfa-Laval NMB-203S13 fuel purifier
Two fuel transfer pumps: 24VDC & 230VAC with volume counter
Three Dahl Baldwin 300MMV fuel/water separators per engine
Separ 2000/10 fuel filter/water separator: one for each generator
Aqua-Air chilled water air conditioning system w/ 4 compressors and dual seawater pumps
Two Sea Recovery SRC800AC watermakers – 800 gpd each
Eight Rule 24VDC bilge pumps
Port main engine dewatering system with clutch, pick-up strum boxes in four bilge compartments
Speed 230VAC air compressor for horn, toilets and tools: two back-up engine driven compressors
Grey water and blackwater storage tanks
Hydra-Power hydraulic bow thruster
24VDC / 380 / 230VAC system with master electrical panel fitted with thermal breakers
Three generators: Northern Light 50KW/ 230V / 50 Hz (Night generator in sound enclosure)
Atlas frequency converter with worldwide cord and connector inventory.
Two battery banks: One 24V @ 400 Ah with four 12V/200 Ah for stbd. Main and gen start
One 24V @ 800 Ah with eight 12V/200 Ah for port main, and house service
Two battery chargers: Ocean Marinematic 24V / 150 amp, Dolphin 24V / 120 amp
Parallel switch for emergency start
Three 380/230V transformers
ProMariner 12 VDC automatic charger for pilothouse electronics
Electronics and Navigation
Furuno Navnet system with two 16” screens
AIS – vessel identification system B
Furuno SSB FS-1503
Brooks & Gatehouse wind speed / AWI
Brooks & Gatehouse H-3000 depth sounder, wind/ speed/depth
Furuno GPS / WAAS Navigator GP-32
Furuno Nav-Pilot autopilot
Furuno 48 mile radar
Furuno 72 mile radar
Furuno Nav-Pilot autopilot
Furuno FM-3010 with RAM-microphone
Brooks & Gatehouse depth sounder
Furuno Navnet VX2
Avon Seasport 400 DL Jet Tender (2003)
Yamaha Seadoo (2006)
TNT tender hoist mounted to swim platform
Four (4) Twelve man life-rafts: 2 SeaSafe Category B, 2 Elliott Category A
Two Sanguinetti 230VAC windlasses on foredeck with 1 gypsy and two warping drums each
Two Navy style anchors – 300 lbs, secured in stainless, fitted anchor pockets w/ approx. 350’ 16mm chain each
Two Lewmar Custom 550 electric capstans on the aft deck
One 230VAC deck wash pump w/ multiple discharge points
Sanguinetti 24 VDC side boarding ladder
Pincraft stainless-steel, hydraulic passarelle with teak grate, dual function as aft boarding ladder
Two Marquipt 230 VAC davits on boat deck – 1,500 lb capacity each.
Fiberglass composite construction: solid laminate below the waterline, cored topsides and superstructure. Longitudinal stringers and bulkheads bonded to the hull with transverse floors. Watertight bulkheads forward of the engine room and aft of the chain locker.
Teak decks: aft, side-decks and foredeck (new 2009)
Awlgrip Matterhorn White topsides, deckhouse and flybridge (2009)
Stainless capped rubbing strakes and spray strakes
Crew accommodations are forward and include three cabins each with head and shower ensuite, two with upper/lower berths and a third with a single berth. Crew mess includes a comfortable circular table, entertainment components, four camera CCTV display, full galley and laundry space.
Full Awlgrip repaint: top of mast to boot stripe
Teak deck replacement by Teak Decking Systems – bow to stern
Upgrading and modifications to on-deck stateroom and galley
TNT tender hoist / bathing platform
Hot-tub installation on flybridge
Full replacement of all navionics
Below waterline maintenance: shaft seals, bearings, prop balancing & polishing, rudder seals, etc.
All new softgoods: interior and exterior
Atlas frequency converter
Major generator service
Air conditioning overhaul (about 80% new components)
Major MTU service
New fuel oil filter system
Fire pump replaced
All new safety equipment to Marshall Islands Commercial Registry requirements including
life rafts, PFD’s, submersion suits, medical equipment, fire suits
Retractable flat screen TV in main saloon
Waterproof retractable TV on flybridge
TV’s replaced in all staterooms
Windows removed and rebedded
All dock lines and fenders replaced
All galley components replaced
Two icemakers replaced
MTU main engines benefited from a W-5 overhaul, completed in October 2010.
• New Hull Paint
• New High End Audio Video and Sat Com Equipment throughout
• New Dining and Cockpit Tables
• New Atlass Shore Power Stystem
• New battery Chargers
• All New Chilled Water Air Con Systems
• Remodeled Pilot House with New Woodwork and Leather
• New Dive Compresssor
• All Generators Received Major Servicing
• New teak Deck on Fly Bridge
• New Ice makers (X3)
• New Flybrige Electronics and Helm Controls
• New Faruno Radar (x2)
• New Liferafts (x2)
Owner’s personal effects
A list of exclusion is available upon request
VICTORIA was commissioned by a three-time Hatteras owner who understood the talent and strengths of the builder and worked closely with design and production to create both a flagship for Hatteras and an elegant and comfortable yacht with versatile performance.
As a semi-displacement motor yacht 20 knots plus has been achieved but with prudent use of RPM’s, the yacht is also capable of 2000 mile range. The 2009 and 2011 refits were conscientious and comprehensive and will serve the next owner well into the next decade.
List will be provided
Excludes art work
Tender and Toys
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