SEA HAWK

46.16 HATTERAS 1980



Specifications

Name: SEA HAWK
Builder: HATTERAS
Location: Hallandale Florida United States
Price: $59,000 USD
Model: 46 C
Length: 46.16'
Beam: 14.75 ft / 4.49 m
Max Draft: 4.25 / 1.29 m
Year Built: 1980
Cruising Speed: 18 Knots
Max Speed: 22 Knots
Engine Model: Detroit Diesel 8V71 TI 435hp 603hrs
Fuel: 650.00 Gal Diesel
Water Capacity: 180.00 Gal

About SEA HAWK

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Entering the salon slightly to port there is a (3) drawer end table followed by a (3) cushion couch that converts to sleep two. Furthest forward is a wet bar with a U-line ice maker. To starboard starting aft is a teak parquet high-low drop table and (2) swivel chairs. The windows have aluminum mini blinds. There is rod storage overhead, and forward is a three-panel windshield covered with an external canvas cover.

 

(3) steps down and forward is a recently replaced whirlpool refrigerator freezer. Next forward is a princess (3) burner stove and oven. A stainless-steel sink and a built in Litton microwave.

The galley also includes:

 

(8) drawers

(10) cabinets

(2) door sliding cabinet

Garbage disposal

Exhaust fan

Overhead opening deck hatch

Heading forward is the port stateroom with twin bunks. Each bunk has (4) drawers below. Between the bunks is a (3) drawer nightstand. Forward of the outboard bunk is a hanging locker. Also in this cabin are:

 Air-conditioning controls

 (2) reading lights

 Stereo speakers

 Opening porthole with drapes

 Opening deck hatch above

Galley Maid toilet

China sink

Stall shower

Opening port hole

Medicine cabinet

The forward stateroom has upper and lower bunks to the port side. Above the upper bunk is a frosted opening port hole in the padded hull liner. Below the lower bunk are (2) storage drawers. To starboard is a cabinet with (3) drawers, a hanging locker, and an opening port hull in the padded hull liner. Forward is access to the rope locker and above are rod holders.

The forward head has two entrances. One from the forward cabin one from center-line companionway. There is a Galley Maid head a china sink and opening port hole a mirrored medicine cabinet and a wet shower with a curtain.

Bow

Fiberglass nonskid deck

(2) fiberglass deck boxes

Hatteras fiberglass bow pulpit

Full bow rails

Spare anchor chocked on deck

Twin spring line cleats

Pipe Welders electric davit

Galley Maid windless

(4) rod holders

Tender chocks

 

Hidden Morse throttle and gear controls and gauges

Padded cockpit combing

Two piece transom door

Two step entry ladder mounts port or starboard

Dockside water connection

50 amp shore cord inlet

Under deck live well with teak grate cover

(2) rod holders and (2) striking rod holders

Hawse pipes with cleats under deck

Clear ports to check fuel gauges

Salt water washdown

(6) tackle drawers

Cockpit freezer

Overhead light

(7) teak steps to flybridge

Gaff storage under gunnel

Cockpit sink

(3) rod holders on aft tower legs port and starboard

Murray brothers fighting chair with cover

Fiberglass non skid deck

(10) step tuna tower

Flybridge non skid sole

(2) ladderback helm chairs with covers

Danforth 6 inch Constellation compass

Storage under console

Emergency engine shutdowns

Port side and overhead electronics boxes

AC analog engine gauges

Uniden UM435 VHF (new)

Simrad AP20 autopilot

Datamarine international offshore depth

Furuno radar

Furuno GP39 GPS (new)

Raymarine L770 GPS plotter

Simrad AP21 autopilot remote

Seating in front of flybridge seating starboard side flybridge

(4) Storage cabinets forward

Rupp triple spreader outriggers

Tower controls

Two buggy seats

Sunshade

Two quartz lights

 

Port motor 603 hours since rebuild

Starboard motor 836 hours since rebuild

Phasor 16kw generator 2523 hours

Raz marine DC water pump

11-gallon hot water tank

40-amp 12 volt Sentry battery charger

CO2 system

(2) Cruisair air conditioners

DC engine room lights

Fresh water hose spigot

Two battery shut off switches

Airsep crank case ventilation system

(4) 8D batteries

Reverso oil change system

Hynautic hydraulic steering

Bennett trim tab system

Engine room blowers

Auto pilot pump

Popular 46 Hatteras sportfish with strong motors, but in need of cosmetic upgrades. This battlewagon will continue to raise fish for many years with a new owner once updates are made.

Priced to sell!

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Broker Information:

  Contact: Chris Stanley
  Email: chris@gilmanyachts.com
  Phone: 954-205-4147

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