Hatteras has been a leading U.S. motoryacht builder for more than 50 years, helping to pioneer fiberglass yacht construction and set the standard for seaworthiness and ride offshore. One of the largest yachts to launch from the famous North Carolina shipyard, is this 130-foot, semi-displacement Hatteras Tri-Deck Motor Yacht.
Built in 1995 to ABS standards, this spacious superyacht features a classic interior by noted designer Dee Robinson.
The yachts interior configuration has been designed to comfortably accommodate up to 10 guests overnight in 5 cabins, comprising a master suite, 2 double cabins and 2 twin cabins. She is also capable of carrying up to 7 crew onboard in 4 cabins to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
|Engine(s):||2x 2,446 HP16V149 DDEC, Detroit Diesel/MTU|
|Speed:||Cruising - 18 knots, Max - 24 knots|
|Year:||1995, Refit: 2007-2008|
Construction & Dimensions
The yacht features a semi-displacement grp hull and grp superstructure, with teak decks. She was built to ABS (American Bureau of Shipping) classification society rules, and is equipped with an ultra-modern stabilization system which reduces roll motion effect and results in a smoother more enjoyable cruising experience underway.
Powered by 2 Detroit Diesel (16V149) 2,446hp diesel engines and propelled by her twin screws propels Motor yacht Charisma is capable of a top speed of 24 knots, and comfortably cruises at 18+ knots. She has a maximum range of 2,000 nautical miles at 12 knots. Her water tanks store around 10000 gal of fresh water.
Meticulous maintenance and several extensive refits have kept the yacht refreshed and updated, allowing her to be highly competitive on the luxury charter market. Between her exceptional exterior, including a raised flybridge, sundeck with Jacuzzi, aft deck, and her large, open and airy interior, this yacht is the perfect platform for entertaining family and friends, or hosting a formal party.
The perfect Family or charter yacht!
Dee Robinson's stunning interior design for this Hatteras 130 features high-gloss woods and elegant stonework. Large windows let in light and stunning views of the waters around the boat.
Entering the salon, guests find an inviting bar aft with a marble countertop and back cabinet with storage for bottles and glasses. The bar also is equipped with a refrigerator and icemaker. Moving forward there is more than 40 feet of open living and entertaining area between the dining area. Everything is in its place, and nothing is crowded in this huge salon.
Along the side walls are glossy Burlwood cabinetry with two wine coolers and storage for china, crystal and silverware, with marble-topped counters. A large, L-shaped sofa to port offers seating for guests and also faces a flat-screen pop-up TV that is concealed in a Burlwood cabinet. The entertainment system also includes DirecTV, two DVD players, a five-disc CD player, tuner and eight speakers throughout the salon and aft deck. All this equipment is operated by a single remote control. A desk to port offers a quiet place to read or use the computer, thanks to the 24/7 VSAT internet service, which is available via WiFi throughout the yacht.
Forward, the round glass dining table is perfect both for formal evening meals and informal luncheons. Looking up, diners can see themselves in the unique mirrored lighting fixture over the table that was custom designed and built for this space.
Laid out with abundant storage areas, the galley is well equipped for the chef to provide daily meal service for 10 guests and 7 crew. The extensive equipment list includes:
The yacht's light and airy, full-beam master suite lies on the main deck, forward. It includes a king-size berth with end tables finished in marble. There is a walk-in cedar closet, a dressing area and vanity. The entertainment center offers a flat-screen TV, DVD and music system. The "his-and-hers" ensuite head features share the central Jacuzzi tub and shower. The vanities feature new matching marble tops.
A carpeted stairway leads from the main deck to four guest staterooms on the lower deck. At the bottom of the stairway is a foyer with a refrigerator, washer and dryer, and marble flooring. Three of the staterooms feature queen berths with ensuite Jacuzzi baths, marble countertops and floors, while the fourth stateroom is outfitted with twin berths and an ensuite head with large shower. Each suite's entertainment center features a flat-screen TV and DVD player and stereo system.
The wheelhouse, located forward on the bridge deck, offers comfortable leather settees where owners and guests may watch the waters ahead through the yacht's wide raked windshield. Two wing stations are located on deck to either side in order to facilitate docking. The wheelhouse and upper helm stations are equipped with an extensive array of controls, navigation and safety instruments, including:
Forward of the wheelhouse, towards the bow, are the two chaise lounges for sunbathing. Below them is the yacht's windlass and anchor system.
The Bridge Deck also features a spacious skylounge. Ideal for card games or movie nights, its entertainment center includes a large flat-screen TV and stereo system. It also features a marble-topped bar area with sink.
Glass doors lead to the Boat Deck, which serves as a storage area for water toys while the yacht is under way. Forward are two large, L-shaped settees with two triangular tables shaded by umbrellas, providing an alfresco dining area for ten. Lined with teak, this deck also features silver granite counters.
One flight of stairs leads from the Boat Deck to the aft deck below. A second set of steps leads up to the Sundeck, home to the yacht's Jacuzzi. Three adjustable chaise lounges offer an inviting place to sunbathe, while eight can dine or cocktail at the marble table with L-shaped settee. The Sundeck offers the best views on the yacht, and together with the Boat Deck, forms an outstanding party venue.
Crew Quarters/Machinery Spaces
This Hatteras 130's crew quarters were finished to nearly the same level as the rest of the yacht, featuring glossy woodwork and teak flooring. Four crew are housed here, plus there is a second set of laundry facilities.
Hatteras is known for its well-laid-out engine rooms, and this 130-footer is no exception. An engineer's area is located in the entry to the large, well-equipped machinery space where the monster Detroit Diesels are housed. Additional machinery on board the 130 includes:
|Fuel tank:||7,000 gals. (26,498 l)|
|Single berths:||1,000 gals. (3,785 l)|