The currently running Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) saw the US shipyard, Hatteras Yachts, reveal the all-new motor yacht Hatteras 90. Set to make her debut at the 2017 Miami Yacht & Brokerage Show, superyacht Hatteras 90 is a stylish, contemporary vessel, available in both Open and Enclosed Flybridge versions.
Hatteras Yachts President & CEO John W. S. Ward said: “We are expanding our Motor Yacht series in order to let our customers choose from a larger portfolio to meet their individual needs. These are semi-custom yachts that give owners a wider range of opportunities for personalization. In addition, we will offer the Hatteras 90 Motor Yacht in both Open and Enclosed Flybridge versions.”
Luxury yacht Hatteras 90 features a flush main deck with a flexible interior arrangement. The layout places the galley forward along with a casual seating and dining area, while the formal dining table and salon can be found aft. An optional arrangement moves the galley to amidships and the dining table aft, creating a unique salon forward, providing extra privacy.
The main deck windows are large and frameless, providing fantastic views around the yacht. The yard’s in-house design team also created optional fold-out balconies for the main deck that are incorporated into the bulwarks, offering guests a further connection between vessel and sea.
The lower deck of Hatteras 90 yacht hosts four staterooms, all with en suite heads, sleeping eight guests in comfort and privacy. The crew quarters, aft of the engine room, can be accessed from the yacht’s transom and also from a discrete door on the aft deck.
Ideal for outdoor entertaining, Hatteras 90 superyacht boasts a large aft deck settee and dining table. The foredeck also hosts a settee, cocktail table and a large sun pad – an optional layout includes fore- and aft-facing benches served by a table. There is also a vast flybridge, which in addition to the fully equipped helm station, which is shaded by a hardtop on the Open version, features a dining table for eight, a long settee and a bar.
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