Hatteras 58' LRC

The Hatteras 58 LRC was the first of four Hatteras trawler-style yachts (the 42, 48 and 65 LRCs followed) built from the mid-1970s through the early 1980s. A serious blue water cruising yacht, the 58's pilothouse is fully enclosed and separated from the main salon by the galley. Across from the galley is a convenient on-deck head with sink and toilet. On the lower level, the master stateroom is divided from the forward sections of the boat by an expansive stand-up engine room. Both forward staterooms are served by separate heads, each with a stall shower. Outside, wing doors protect the covered aft deck from spray and the small cockpit is fitted with a transom door. The spacious flybridge is accessed from a stairway in the pilot house. Designed for efficient operation and possessing transatlantic range, the 58 LRC burns only 6 gph at 8.5 knots and 8-9 gph at her 9.5-knot hull speed with standard GM 4-71 diesels. Larger 6-71Ns were optional and are considered desirable for the extra power. Heavily built, the Hatteras 58 LRC is a true go-anywhere cruising yacht.

SPECIFICATIONS
 
Length ...............58'2"
LengthWL ..........52'0"
Beam ...............17'11"
Draft .................5'10"
Weight ...........90,000#
Clearance............18'9"
Water ......440/540 Gals.
Fuel ...........2,390 Gals
Hull Type ..Displacement
Designer .....J. Hargrave
Production .......1975-81

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