Spécifications, Équipements et informations supplémentaires:
Garantie: 5 ans
Forme de la coque: V modifiée
Maître bau: 21 Pied 3 Pouce
Longeur de ligne de flottaison: 68 Pied 10 Pouce
Tirant d'eau maximum: 5 Pied 4 Pouce
Tirant d'air: 21 Pied 1 Pouce
Hauteur sous barrots: 6 Pied 6 Pouce
Franc-bord: 6 Pied 10 Pouce
Poids à sec: 190000 Livres
Engine Option 1: 1x
Nombre de réservoirs d'eau: (326 Gallons)
Nombre de réservoirs de carburant: (2858 Gallons)
Nombre de réservoirs des eaux usées: (388 Gallons)
Nombre de couchettes simples: 9
Nombre de toilettes: 6
Curved sliding doors framed in polished stainless steel lead to a vast salon that benefits from the 80's massive 21'3" beam. A wet bar just inside the door is accompanied by a full entertainment center with a massive flat-screen TV. Custom furnishings include a sectional sofa with storage, club chairs, and a grand china cabinet - all complemented by the genuine African mahogany laminates in either a satin or high-gloss finish. Dining aboard the 80 is an elegant affair thanks to an oval table with decorative mahogany inlays that resides under a mirrored headliner. Hatteras also includes a generous china allowance as standard; a wine cooler is optional.
The crown jewel of the 80 is her full-beam master suite, which takes full advantage of the yacht's significant beam and six oversized portlights. The combination of spaciousness, natural light, and water level views will stun all who step through its sketch-face door. The master features a king-size berth with custom headboard, two nightstands, a double-sided dresser, and arched doors. A flat-screen TV with CD/DVD player provides entertainment options. Aft of the berth lies the master head, which features granite or marble flooring, countertops, and shower. An enticing optional arrangement includes a his-and-hers head with separate entryways, dual vanities, and a shared shower between.
Family and friends get the VIP treatment in the main guest stateroom to port. A queen-sized berth is fitted with a coil-spring mattress and plush linen; storage below is accessed via pneumatic rams. Multiple drawers and cabinets along the hull sides and bulkhead offer abundant stowage. The private head features granite or marble flooring and countertops, as well as a soaking tub with sliding door. Additional guests are no less spoiled in the spacious bow stateroom with queen-size berth, as well as the starboard stateroom that offers an array of bunk options. Standard crew quarters abaft the engine room consist of a single stateroom with walk-around queen berth, plus a separate sitting area. Cedar-lined lockers, a flat-screen TV, sink, and microwave oven assure the crew of self-sufficiency.
In the forward galley, the need for functionality is tempered by tasteful fashion. All countertops and backsplashes are granite for easy clean up and timeless style. Appliances include a dishwasher, trash compactor, Sub-Zero upright refrigerator, microwave, full-size oven, and four-burner ceramic cook top.
- Twin CAT C-32 ACERT Diesel Engines (1800 BHP)
- Twin CAT C-32 Diesel Engines (1550 BHP)
- Twin CAT C-32 Diesel Engines (1650 BHP)
- Twin MTU 16V-2000 CR Diesel Engines (2400 BHP)
- Twin MTU 16V-2000 Diesel Engines (2000 BHP)
The 80's hull shape features a "warped" bottom with a sharp entry forward and highly variable deadrise that becomes nearly flat at the transom. The convexity of the bow lessens wave impact and results in an incredibly smooth ride in head seas. Flatter sections aft reduce water resistance, improving handling at low speeds and increasing stability while planing. Specially designed strakes that bisect the stagnation line (the point at which the water's surface meets the hull bottom once on plane) provide additional lift and improve tracking in all conditions. Double chines and a flared bow deflect spray out and away from the boat. There's simply no better ride in the industry.
Like all Hatteras models, our 80 is founded on a solid fiberglass bottom that includes sturdy support in key areas like the hull tunnel, shaft log, and strut locations. Divinycell coring is infused into the hull sides, decks, and superstructure to add stiffness and reduce weight. The hull also benefits from an advanced variable-deadrise design that utilizes large propeller tunnels to reduce draft and increase efficiency.
The 80 optimizes outdoor pursuits with an expansive flybridge that includes a 1,500-pound hydraulic davit and a helm station with a full electronics suite and computerized systems monitor. Distinct social areas start with a giant wet bar to port that has three bar stools, a refrigerator, a sink, and an icemaker. Aft, two opposing L-shaped settees can host a crowd and then some. Sun worshippers will love the voluminous sun pad with storage beneath, while backyard chefs will look forward to heating up the double-burner Gaggenau grill. A hot tub is available as an option.
Step down the molded-in stairs to the aft deck, where a large table and lounge provide breathtaking scenes at anchor or while under way. Overhead lighting and a curved, stainless-steel-framed sliding door accent the area. Access to the "sport deck" swim platform is by way of molded stairwells to port and starboard, which are guarded by stainless-steel gates. A watertight door on the sport deck provides access to the crew quarters and engine room.