“My Way” is big heavy well built, soft riding, comfortable, high quality sedan cruiser or fishing that needs some updating but otherwise is very sweet. The engine room with her Detroit 671 Naturals is OK to get around. Her interior is clean and neat with all the original Hatteras paneling intact and looking good. Some new carpeting and window treatments will freshen her up. The hull paint is in very nice condition and the deck non-skid has been repainted recently.
The bridge has nice visibility and forward seating. The controls and electronics are at your fingertips. When fishing you have a command view of the cockpit and your anglers. The cockpit is almost 12-feet wide and 8-feet deep.
The salon is spacious with plenty of lighting. You have an open floor plan here to do as you please. There is a windshield which was eliminated in recent models. The headroom is 6-feet 4-inches so you don’t feel cooped up. The lower helm is still there but the controls not hooked up.
Galley up in the salon is aft with easy access to the cockpit. It has the basics needed to prepare a snack or a full meal. The electric stove has a two burner cook-top. A Kenmore refrigerator-freezer, microwave and a SS recessed sink.
The 2 cabins forward consist of a V berth in the bow and side cabin with upper and lower single bunks. One head and stall shower. Generator, air conditioning, decent electronics, round her out.
This boat has the optional marlin tower with controls..
This boat is known as the Battlewagon of boats in her day. Fiberglass was new to the boating world and they were built heavier than necessary. They are built on a modified V-hull which provides a comfortable dry ride. She handled the seas well and also when backing down on a fish.
Come and take a peek at this Iconic Hatteras 38 Convertible that changed the way boats have been built.
Contact the listing broker, Scott Lucas, for additional information. Cell #:508-361-4870; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
275 River Street
N. Weymouth, MA 02191