|Category||Motor Yachts, Pilothouse|
|Location||New Bern, NC|
Salon: The main salon is large and offers excellent natural light and ventilation through the side windows. The window treatments include beautiful Ultra-Leather valances and wood blinds. You enter from the aft deck through a thick clear acrylic door. To port is an Ultra-Leather sofa with matching Stress-Less style recliner, and two wicker end tables with matching lamps. To starboard is a dark blue Ultra-Leather recliner and a wood bureau with 3 drawers. Forward and to starboard are two matching blue chairs. To starboard is the stairway access to the master stateroom and engine room. A large salon flat screen television is mounted on the forward bulkhead and an entertainment center is located in a bulkhead cabinet. The salon features a panoramic surround system.
Galley: The desired “up” galley is quite large and U-shaped. The counters are solid surface and the sink is a double sink with side dish drying area. The galley offers excellent storage cabinetry and drawers. Natural light and ventilation is excellent. Both the galley and dinette have fabric valances and mini-blinds. The galley will please even the most discriminating onboard chef.
Dinette: The dinette area is across from the galley on the starboard side. The dinette has fore and aft facing settee and a high-low table. The area will convert into an additional berth if needed. Under the settees are drawer storage. The dinette table is a solid-surface table.
Pilothouse: The pilot house has excellent seating with an elevated seat and a pull out foot rest. Under the seat are several drawers and cabinets for storage. There are port and starboard pilot house doors and access to the flybridge is along the starboard side and offer wide step treads for easy maneuvering. In the pilot house there are port side cabinets which reveal the AC electrical panel and generator controls. From the pilot house doors you can access forward to the bow deck. Steps from the pilot house located on the starboard side offer access to the lower cabins. DC electrical panel is in a cabinet outboard as you walk down the cabin steps.
Forward Deck: Access by way of either pilot house doors. Wide and safe side decks offers ease of movement. The deck has built-in seating facing forward and a large sun cushion on the cabin top. The windlass is easy to use and the large foredeck makes anchoring a breeze.
Flybridge: Access to the bridge is easy from the pilot house. The bridge access overhead hatch and door can be closed and locked. The bridge is very large and has been customized. The helm offers two helm chairs and excellent 360 degree visibility. Aft of the helm is a centered cabinet with a wet bar and refrigerator/freezer and storage cabinet. The aft section of the cabinet is rounded and there are three built-in sitting stools. The aft bridge deck offers seating for a crowd with a U-shaped seating area with storage under the seats. Aft of the seating is storage for the inflatable RIB and additional storage for a jet ski or other water toy. A large davit will launch and recover the toys. On the bridge is an EBIRP and the certified life raft. The bridge is protected by a forward helm eisenglass windshield and Stamoid bimini top. There is indoor-outdoor carpeting on the bridge.
Aft Deck: Up a few starboard side steps from the cockpit and through the opening door is the Aft Deck. The aft deck is a lovely entertaining or relaxation spot. The sides are fixed with sliding windows and screens. The aft section is enclosed with a black Sunbrella enclosure with eisenglass and screens. Centered is a wicker sofa with matching pillows, to port is a matching wicker s
|Electronics & Helm|
Excellent engine room access with walk-in engine room and 360 degree access to mechanical equipment. All new manifolds and risers in 2015. Complete Detroit services by local Detroit mechanics in 2015.
LaBelle has all the amenities one would expect from a Hatteras Motor Yacht. She is well cared for and ready. Her current owner has decided to give up yachting for the time and has placed LaBelle for sale. No disappointments. Easy to see in New Bern, NC (Home of Hatteras Yachts).
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* Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.
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BOAT IS LOCATED IN: New Bern, NC JET SERVICE to EWN via DELTA (ATL) or AMERICAN (CLT).
Continually updated by fastidious owner!
A wonderful Hatteras 70 CPMY that has been well cared for and updated over the last few years. She is a special yacht with an air-conditioned extended aft deck. The bridge has been extended and lengthened and has seating for a crowd and a center island with three bar stools. There were an extensive re-fit and engine rebuild in 2008. I personally delivered the boat from Fort Lauderdale, FL to New Bern, NC over a period of 7 days in early 2015. A classic, well-found vessel that performed as one would expect from the Hatteras pedigree. With the desired Galley Up and large 4 staterooms and four heads, LaBelle is the one to see for anyone looking for a stabilized, large motor yacht.
From Seller I
"We have enclosed the flybridge, installed a 5k stereo system, installed 5 camera security system, installed all new appliances, and added two Garmin units. Everything on the boat works, and I have purchased spares for all the pumps on the boat. I've spent over 70k getting her perfect. Coastal Diesel maintains the engines and transmissions, and just installed new block heaters. Also, we did some research, and both engines were overhauled about 1200 hours ago. The port had some work done around 800 SOH, but not overhauled. They run perfectly. I am in the process of painting the engines again, but they still look okay.