February 5, 2020

New Model: Hatteras GT65 Carolina

With the new GT65 Carolina, Hatteras signals a new design direction, enhanced performance, and custom features for clients seeking an alternative to either a custom builder or other competitors ordinary off-the-shelf boats. The GT65's sleek profile refreshes the look of the GT Series while still maintaining its core Hatteras DNA. Its new flybridge arrangement features an ergonomically-designed console that puts all the controls within easy reach.  The GT65 Carolina’s added volume is evident in its large cockpit, which is designed for ultimate fish-ability. The mezzanine incorporates optional integrated seat back air conditioning for all-day comfort and large stainless steel built-in storage boxes.  The Hatteras GT65 Carolina offers a four-stateroom, three-head interior layout maximizing the boat’s additional volume in both living and storage space. The ensuite master stateroom is the largest in its class, but guests billeted in the forward VIP will not feel slighted in the least. Two big bunk rooms allow owners to bring along a big team of anglers and crew.  But the GT65 Carolina’s key advantage over the competition lies in its new hull and tunnel design. Utilizing high-tech Computational Fluid Dynamics analysis, Hatteras’ team of engineers optimized hull form to ensure superior performance, handling and seaworthiness. In addition, the hull and stringer system are infused as a single part, an industry first, to reduce weight and increase strength. The GT65 Carolina incorporates an all-new layout of the engine room for ease of maintenance and serviceability. For owners seeking additional comfort, there is also an optional twin Seakeeper 9 installation, without compromising fuel capacity.
Technical Data:
LOA - 20.77 m (68.2ft) with bow bulpit
Hull Length - 19.8 m
Waterline Length - 17.5 m
Beam - 6.10 m
Draft - 1.53 m
Displacement - 46270 kg
Fuel Capacity - 7192 l
Water Capacity - 1022 l
Accommodation - eight berths in four cabins
Engines - 2 x Cats C32-A 1622hp
Propulsion - line shaft with propeller tunnels

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