Lasting only a couple of years in production, the Hatteras 63 Motor Yacht is notable largely because of her modern galley-up layout and spacious full-width salon—desirable features found in many of today’s motor yacht floorplans. The 63 MY—and her sistership, the Hatteras 68 Cockpit MY—came with a spacious four-stateroom, four-head interior with extended main salon and enclosed galley/dinette area aft of the wheelhouse. The owner’s stateroom in this floorplan is exceptionally large with a separate dressing area, walk-in wardrobes, several dressers, and a full-size tub in the head. There are port and starboard deck doors in the private wheelhouse, and the interior is fully paneled and finished with teak woodwork. The main deck salon of the 63 MY is absolutely enormous with more than 275 square feet of living space—enough to create a formal dining area forward without intruding on the salon’s expansive entertainment facilities. A small aft deck provides space for line handling at the dock. A bow pulpit, radar arch and foredeck seating were standard. Cruise at 16–17 knots with twin GM 650hp 12V71 diesels (about 20 knots top).
- Desirable galley up
- Original, unmolested yacht
- 4 Stateroom, 4 Head
- Extra large salon
- Low Hours
Accommodations4 staterooms, 4 bathrooms. Can be operated solely by the owner or have a separate crew using the fwd stateroom leaving the owner's cabin and two guest cabins for the owners use.
Full width extended salon with windows all around providing a very open atmosphere. A dining area currently set up for 4 is located to the port while stbd. the side is occupied by an entertainment center. Aft part of the salon is equipped with a U shape sofa and leather chairs, all in good condition. Access to the swim platform is from the back of the salon.
Full-width pilothouse has easy access to the deck via sliding doors on both sides of the vessel. A double-wide sofa serves as the seating arrangement for the pilothouse. Stbd. side of the pilothouse has the access both to the lower decks and the staterooms as well as to the flybridge area via a polished stainless steel staircase.
Forward of the pilothouse is a lounge area and access to the captains / guest stateroom with an in-suite bathroom. Underneath the lounge area is the utility space with the air conditioning units and the generator. Fwd of the lounge space is the crew/guest cabin with two bunks and an in-suite bathroom.
Towards the aft of the boat is the corridor with a laundry station on the Stbd. side with a washer and dryer. Cedar lined linen lockers. Stbd. side also houses the guest bathroom with a separate shower stall. On the port side, in front of the port engine room is the guest cabin. The corridor towards the aft has the access doors to the full height engine rooms on both sides of the vessel. Both engine rooms have two access doors both to the front of the engines as well as to the back of the engines.
Further towards the aft is the actual entrance to the owner's cabin along with a staircase to the upper salon area. The large owner's cabin is equipped with a full-size bathroom with a bath tub and double sinks. The owner's cabin also has a large, cedar lined walk-in closet.