• 60.9166'
  • 1979
  • Lighthouse Point, Florida, United States
  • $125,000


  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: HATTERAS
  • Category: Sport Fisherman
  • Model: Convertible/Enclosed FB
  • Model Year: 1979
  • YearBuilt: 1979
  • Year Refit: N/A
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: United States
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: Enclosed Pilothouse
  • Fly Bridge: Yes
  • Cockpit: Yes
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 3/6 - Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
  • LOA: 60' 11" (18.57m)
  • LWL: --
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 18' 0" (5.49m)
  • Min Draft: 4' 10" (1.47m)
  • Max Draft: 4' 11" (1.50m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 17 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: 20 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: --
  • Gross Tonnage: 42 Ton
  • Water Capacity: 490 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: 192 Gallons
  • Fuel Capacity: 1,555 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: 5
  • Heads: 3
  • Sleeps: 6
  • State Rooms: 3
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: N/A
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Deck Material: Fiberglass
  • Hull Configuration: Modified V-Hull
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: Hargrave
  • Hull Color: N/A
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: Hatteras
  • Interior Designer: Hatteras
  • Manufacturer: Detroit Diesel
  • Model: 12V71TI
  • Engine Count: Twin
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel


Boarding BACK NINE is over the gunwale from a fixed dock or onto the swim platform and through the transom door from a floating dock.  The spacious Cockpit has a full size fighting chair, a tackle center and a ladder to the enclosed Flybridge.  Engine Room access is centerline.

Two varnished steps slightly to starboard gives access to the Salon.  The Salon is furnished with an L shaped sofa, a coffee table, two barrel chairs and an end table between. 

The Galley with full size appliances is next forward to port.  A four person dinette is to starboard.

Down five steps to port is the Master Cabin with a walkaround queen berth, night stands and hanging lockers.   A private Head with stall shower is forward.  To starboard is an over/under berth Cabin with private Head and stall shower.  All  the way forward is a twin over/under bunk Cabin with a private Head and stall shower.

The enclosed Flybridge has a centerline helm, L shaped seating to starboard and a bench seat to port.  An aft outside helm allows the captain to see the Cockpit.  The tower has a center ladder, full controls and a sunshade.



Entered via a hinged teak door the Salon is bright and airy due to large side and aft windows.

Immediately to port is a large L shaped settee which has been recently recovered. 

Lying in front is a large square teak and glass coffee table which raises to be a dining table as needed.

Forward is a bar area with a sink under a hinged top with four cabinet doors below, two of them lockable.  Facing the centerline is a U Line stainless steel icemaker.  Above is a mirror and two down lights.

To starboard upon entry are two newly upholstered barrel chairs flanking a teak end table with a drawer and two cabinets below and a table lamp above.

Next forward is a three panel electrical locker for shore power and the main 32 volt panel. 

Also in the Salon are two DC overhead lights, stereo speakers and mini blinds, port, starboard and aft.



Next forward to port is the Galley.  It is in a U shape.  The following items can be found in the Galley:

Frigidaire 2 door refrigerator
Modern Maid 4 burner cook top & eye level oven
Modern Maid dishwasher
Sunbeam countertop microwave
Double stainless steel corner sink
Oster stainless steel turbo convection oven
(9) Teak cabinet doors
(4) Teak drawers
(2) Sliding storage cabinets
Wood sole
(2) 110 Volt overhead lights
Large side window to port & starboard

To starboard is a four person dinette with two cabinets below and two sliding door cabinets forward.  Above is a DC light fixture.  Below in the dinette seats are one drawer each with additional storage below the cushions.



Forward of the Galley down five steps is the Accommodation Companionway, the steps are hinged to access the Utility Room.  To starboard at the bottom of the steps is an over under Cabin and private Head.

To port is the Master Cabin and Head.  Further forward to port is a second access to the Guest Head allowing it to serve as a Day Head.

Next forward to starboard are two linen lockers.

Furthest forward is a vee bunk Cabin with two berths and a private Head.


Master Cabin

Entered from the forward end is the Master Cabin with a walk around tapered queen bunk off the aft bulkhead.  Each side of the bunk has a reading light.  Each side of the bunk has a three drawer nightstand with a table lamp above.  There are four large drawers below the berth.  Outboard is a shelf with two stereo speakers below and an opening porthole above.  Next forward is a hanging locker.  Inboard is a chest of four drawers and a vanity mirror above.

Master Head

Next forward is the en suite Master Head with a vanity with two cabinet doors below and a China sink above.  A teak framed mirrored medicine cabinet is above. 

The stall shower has a handheld or wall mountable fixture, a shelf, an opening obscured glass porthole and a tempered glass door.

The toilet is a Galley Maid electric model.  Also in the Head is a vinyl tile sole, a DC overhead light, a fluorescent light and an exhaust fan.

Starboard Guest Cabin

To starboard at the bottom of the step is an over/under cabin with the upper berth custom widened.  Above is an opening porthole.

The lower berth has two storage drawers below.  At the foot of the berth is a mirrored panel and a two drawer nightstand.  Forward is a hanging locker.  Each berth has a reading light.

Furthest forward is access to the en suite Head.

Starboard Guest Head

The Starboard Guest Head has two access doors allowing it to function as a Day Head as well.  There is a vanity with two cabinet doors below and a China sink above.  A teak framed mirrored medicine cabinet is above. 

The stall shower has a handheld or wall mountable fixture, a shelf, an opening obscured glass porthole and a tempered glass door.

The toilet is a Galley Maid electric model.  Also in the Head is a vinyl tile sole, a DC overhead light, a fluorescent light and an exhaust fan.

Forward Cabin

All the way forward is a second Guest Cabin with over/under berths to port.  Above the upper berth is an opening porthole in the padded hull liner and a single drawer below.  Below the lower berth are two storage drawers.  Each berth has a reading light.  Above are rod storage holders.

Aft of the berths is a full size hanging locker.

To starboard is a chest of five drawers with a porthole above.  Aft to the en suite Head. 

Forward are dual access doors to the rope/chain locker.

Forward Guest Head

Next forward is the en suite Forward Guest Head with a vanity with one cabinet door below and a China sink above.  A teak framed mirrored medicine cabinet is above. 

The stall shower has a handheld or wall mountable fixture, a shelf, an opening obscured glass porthole and a tempered glass door.

The toilet is a Galley Maid electric model.  Also in the Head is a vinyl tile sole, a DC overhead light, a fluorescent light and an exhaust fan.

Enclosed Flybridge

The Flybridge is accessed via a nine step ladder from the Cockpit.  The aft Helm Area is to port at the top of the steps.  There is aft facing seating to starboard.

A hinged entry door gives access to the fully air conditioned Helm.  The helm wheel is on centerline.  To port is a bench seat with drawer storage below.  To starboard wrapping around aft is additional seating with drawer storage below.

Equipment in the Enclosed Bridge Area is as follows:

Stainless Destroyer wheel
Hynautic clutch & throttle controls
Full analog engine gauges
Engine start/stop key switches
Windlass remote control
(3) Auto manual bilge pump controls
6” Ritchie compass in binnacle
Hatteras alarm system panel
SMX II digital AC controls
Comnav 1001 autopilot
Garmin 7212 GPS plotter/72 mile radar/sounder
(2) Icom M402 VHF’s
Garmin GMI 10 depth/data
Helm chair
(3) Windshield wipers
(4) Overhead lights
Overhead grab rails
Opening windows port, starboard & aft
Rudder angle indicator
Emergency air/engine shutoffs
ACR searchlight controls
Chart light
Small drink fridge in cabinet

Aft Bridge Station

Helm wheel
Hynautic clutch & throttle controls
T Flex 6615 15” repeater of Garmin data from Helm
Full analog gauges
Start/stop switches
(2) Overhead DC lights
3 Rod rocket launcher in aft rail
Centered (1) Steps to Tower
Aft facing two person seat
Helm stool
Full safety rail aft


Helm with wheel & hynautic clutch & throttle controls
(2) Side seats fold down
Padded belly band
Hatch from ladder below
Mount for Gamin GPS Map 4008 plotter/radar/fish finder
Garmin XHD 6’ open array radar antenna
Center rigger
Control box w/start/stop switches
Horizon Eclipse DSC+ VHF
ACR remote control searchlight
Sunshade/buggy top


Fiberglass nonskid deck
Hatteras fiberglass bow pulpit w/teak inlay
Ideal windlass rebuilt 2016 to include chain gypsy
Up & down foot switches for windlass
Stainless steel anchor chute
Danforth # anchor w/300’ chain & separate 300’ line w/rope deck pipe
Welded aluminum bow rails including bow pulpit w/pennant staff
(3) Hatteras deck hatches
Stainless steel fender racks for (4) fenders
International Navigation lights
(3) Spring line cleats each side
Port, starboard & forward safety rails on house sides
Chrome air horns
Varnished name boards on bridge sides


175 Sq. ft. Cockpit
Fiberglass nonskid sole
Full size varnished teak fighting chair w/removable cushions & cover
Padded Cockpit coaming
Freshwater wash down
Salt water wash down
Walk through transom door w/gate
Hatteras fiberglass swim platform
(7) Flush mount rod holders
(6) Rod holders in side deck pylasters
Hawse pipes w/large cleats under gunwales
2 Step boarding ladder mounts port or starboard
Hinged door Cockpit Engine Room access
(3) Flush hatches into Lazarette
Small flush hatch to tank top valves
(2) Raised varnished steps to Cabin
Welded aluminum & teak tread 9 Step ladder to Flybridge
Tackle center w/hinged door
Sink under hinged top w/rigging station
Cockpit electric reel outlet
Gunwale down rigger base & plug
Life ring
Folding Cockpit sunshade
Rupp Tournament outriggers, triple spreaders
Port & starboard step pads
Dockside water connection
Mount for Garmin GPS Map 4008 plotter/fish finder/radar in hinged cabinet (same unit can be located on Tower)

Engine Room

Dual Racor 1000 fuel filters each engine
(2) Fuel priming pumps
(2) Spare 4 blade propellers
One spare stub shaft
AC Engine Room lights
DC Engine Room lights
Freshwater spigot & hose in Engine Room
Port & starboard ventilating fans
C02 fire control system
6’ + Engine Room headroom
Fuel manifold system
Hynautic clutch & throttle control system
Household air compressor
Airsep crankcase ventilation system
Purifier oil system
Glendinning engine synchronizer system
Manual Engine Room gauges
Overhead hatches into Salon for engine rebuilds
Conventional stuffing boxes
Overhead rod racks
Fuel pump for distribution
Storage cabinet starboard side

Utility Room

AC lighting
DC lighting
30 Gallon water heater
Sears shallow well pump w/accumulator tank for house system
(5) Cruiseair compressors for AC system
Dayton pump for AC cooling water
Hand bilge pump
Blower for Utility Room
Access from Engine Room or Main Companionway


12/32 Volt DC electrical system
110/220 Volt AC 60 Hz electrical system
Onan 20 KW generator, single unit replaced the original (2) 15 KW generators
(2) 50 Amp shore power inlets w/cords
Sentry 32 volt 30 amp battery charger
Dockside phone & TV connections
AC & DC electrical panels were rebuilt w/new analog gauges & breakers as needed
(8) 8 Volt batteries in battery boxes centerline of Engine Room
Salon 32 volt panel w/(24) breaker protected circuits
Salon 32 volt panel w/battery condition meter
Salon switching panel with:
Generator start/stop panels w/analog volt, amp & frequency meters
Ship’s service 120/240 volt, 1 w/4 position rotary switch & amp meter
Ship’s service 120/240 volt, 2 w/4 position rotary switch & amp meter
Ship’s service 120/240 volt, 3 w/4 position rotary switch & amp meter
Ship’s service 120/240 volt, 4 w/4 position rotary switch & amp meter
Separate 12 volt battery for generator w/battery switch
Promariner Pronautic 12 volt 30 amp generator battery charger
(5) Battery shutoff switches
(2) Jefferson electric 15 KVA transformers in Utility Room
(2) Quick Silver galvanic isolators in Utility Room
Utility Room 32 volt panel w/(20) breaker protected circuits
(2) Utility Room 110/220 volt distribution panels w/(22) breaker protected circuits
(2) Additional Utility Room 110/220 V distribution panels w/(14) breaker protected circuits


BACK NINE represents a clean well cared for 60’ Hatteras that has had updates but remains very original in her appearance.

Just under 1900 original hours with a 2012 refit that saw a major engine service, new electronics, furnishings, exterior paint, etc.

Fresh from a November 2017 yard visit her owner has her more ready to go than any other 1979 boat afloat.  No apparent blisters at haul out.  Bottom previously sandblasted and epoxy coated.

Attractively priced to sell!


While every effort was made to list all pertinent included equipment aboard BACK NINE, there are some personal belongings aboard.  Prospective purchasers should assume any item not specifically mentioned herein will not convey at closing.