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Hatteras Yachts: The Legend Lives On

The North Carolina-based builder brings the big boat heat in Miami

Hatteras 63GT 70GT

Double trouble: The Hatteras 63GT and 70GT sit side by side in the company's booth at the 2016 Miami International Boat Show.

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Hatteras helm area

On display was the Hatteras demo boat Hatterascal, a 70GT. Even for a 70-footer, the helm area of Hatterascal is impressive, with four large multi-function display screens and plenty of guest seating. Additional controls for the electronics and VHF radios are protected beneath the covers on each side of the helm station.

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The teak helm pod of Hatteras GT70

The teak helm pod itself is functional and beautiful. A slightly raised deck yields good sight lines both fore and aft.

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Hatteras interior

Down below, Hatterascal's interior layout offers lounge seating to starboard with lots of storage beneath. The boat was made to travel long distances, doing so easily and comfortably for her owners and crew.

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Hatteras dinette

A dinette is also to starboard moving forward. Rich woods and luxurious fabrics abound throughout the boat's interior.

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Hatteras 70GT interior

The 70GT feels light and inviting.

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Hatteras 70GT mezzanine

The raised mezzanine is a perfect place to relax between bites, yet it's just a few steps from the rods.

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Hatteras 70GT cockpit

An unlimited-class teak fighting chair with offset pedestal resides in the cockpit. This boat was built to chase the world's toughest game fish.

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