|Length:||58' / 17.73 M|
|Beam:||18' 0" / 5.49 M|
|Draft:||5' 10" / 1.78 M.|
|Engines:||Detroit Diesel 4-71 160 H.P.|
|Cruising Speed:||8 Kts. / 9 MPH|
|Max Speed:||9 Kts. / 10 MPH|
Hampton, United States
(Mid-Atlantic, NJ to GA)
|Asking Price:||$399,000 USD|
Classic Hatteras styling with a true trawler twist! The 58 was the first and arguably the best model of the Hatteras LRC's. Maggie B is a full displacement, Pilothouse Yacht with a Portuguese Bridge, Large Flying Bridge, and Stabilizers. Her 4-71 diesels offer an 8 knot cruise at better than a nautical mile per gallon. The pilothouse is fully enclosed with sliding side doors for easy access to the wide side deck walkarounds. The galley/salon area is huge, and accesses the large aft deck area. The day head is across from the galley for maximum convenience. Wing doors keep the aft deck weather tight while offering easy access forward. The flybridge is accessed via a ladder from the pilothouse, and features another helm, lounge seating, and the tender storage. Aft is an ample cockpit with a transom door for easy access to the swim platform.
Accommodations below include the master stateroom which is accessed from a private stairway from the salon and boasts a king bed and private head. The forward stairway accesses the 2 forward staterooms, each with head and shower, and the engine room and companionway.
The large salon boasts full scale residential furniture and Brazilian Walnut flooring. The private stairway to the master stateroom is at the aft corner. The entertainment center aft includes a flat panel TV, Bose surround sound speakers, Sony receiver, and a Magnavox CD/DVD player. The galley is forward in this space and includes a stone bar top and full kitchen. There is a pantry just off the galley and the day head is conveniently located just aft of the Pilothouse.
The galley is adjacent tot the salon and has the feel of a residential kitchen. It features stone counter tops and custom cabinets with modern appliances and fixtures.
The convenient day head is just behind the Pilothouse and easily accessed from the salon or Pilothouse.
The Pilothouse is conveniently accessed from the Salon/Galley area and the forward stairway. It also accesses the bridge via a ladder on the starboard side. The AC and DC distribution centers, generator start panels and AC switching panels are all within easy reach of the helm. The system alarms, engine alarms and controls are also located here. This is the true command center of the vessel.
There is a large riding bench for companions to comfortably ride with great visibility and a leaning post for the helmsman. The bench features chart storage and abundant cabinet storage.
Forward of the Pilothouse is a Portugese bridge with door to the bow deck. Port and starboard doors conceal MMC controls for engines and thruster control for ease of dockinging all conditions. The massive bow pulpit and stainless steel rails are befitting a ship. This area is all business with a large windlass, 2 storage boxes, fresh and salt water washdowns, massive cleats and chocks and a door to keep any wash out of the side deck walkarounds.
The side decks extend from the aft deck wing doors forward around the Pilothouse for 360 degree access to handling lines or access to the dock from boarding gates port and starboard. The teak caprail offers a great hand hold while adding class to the vessel. The dodger board below the caprail offers complete security in any weather condition. The side deck is covered from the salon area aft and blends into the aft deck roof. The wing doors keep the aft deck from suffering the effects of ill weather.
Maggie B is equipped with passive roll dampers which can be deployed at anchor to minimize roll from swell or wakes.
The aft deck offers another living space. It can be opened to the weather for an outdoor experience or protected by screens. There is a large outdoor settee and a teak octagonal table with 4 teak chairs. The dodger board gives it a finished look and feel. A cabinet forward hides a washer/dryer combo unit.
The cockpit offers easy access to the swim platform and water levels. It allows for easy line handling or boarding as well as providing the spot for fishing, diving and all kinds of water activities.
The flybridge is huge and offers a second helm and much more. There is a large weatherproof lounge area for entertaining or sunbathing, a wet bar with refrigeration and icemaker, Zodiac tender and davit, and still plenty of room for bicycles or other toys.
The forward stateroom is an oversized v-berth with tons of room. There is a private head, large hanging locker, abundant drawer storage, and shelves for bulky items.
The VIP stateroom is also in the forward section of the vessel. It boasts twin bunks that are nearly the size of double beds. It, too has a private head with a large shower. This head can also be accessed from the companionway.
The master stateroom is aft and boasts a full walk around queen bed, walk-in closet, banks of drawers, and a huge private head with full sized tub and shower. This space has been updated with a white enameled look and fresh wallpaper.
Just off the forward companionway on the way to the engine room is a large mechanical/storage space that is currently mechanical access and spare parts storage. The amount of storage and spare parts is overwhelming. There is a small secondary freezer in this space as well.
The engine room houses the Detroit Diesel 4-71N's as well as the 2 Northern Lights generators, one 12KW and one 6KW. There is room to access all the systems and everything is serviceable.