Owner has reduced the asking price and will entertain any offers.
"El Bohemio” is a fine example of one of the best Hatteras Sportfish ever designed.
It is a two owner boat that has had good maintenance.
The vessel had an extensive yard period with inspections, upgrades and service for all mechanical items. New exhaust system, 2000 hour Caterpillar engine service engine hours: 2200. Watermaker parts replaced, new upgraded air conditioning main salon and guest cabin, new underwater lights.
All salon, dinette and sky lounge seating recovered. All new non-skid bow to transom.
This boat is ready for serious cruising and fishing adventures for the next owner.
The Hatteras 60 Convertible is designed for sport fishing enthusiasts who take performance, fishability, and luxurious accommodations seriously. Her dependable, quality craftsmanship is backed up by a long history of big game success. The enclosed fully air-conditioned Sky lounge/Bridge is an added feature that your guests will appreciate during those hot summer days.
Hatteras is famous for her fishing amenities. The 60 Convertible has 151-square feet of cockpit space, which translates into a whole lot of fighting area. There are fresh and saltwater wash down outlets, a bait and tackle center which includes a sink, cutting board and storage below. In addition, there’s a good-size bait freezer, and in the sole is a removable fish box with macerator. When it comes to accommodations, the 60 Convertible has a spacious salon for entertaining or just relaxing after a hard day of fishing. A dinette area that seats six is directly across from the galley, which is complete with under counter refrigerator and freezer drawer units, four-burner cook top, microwave/convection oven, and garbage disposal.
The 60 Convertible with twin Cat 3412E 1400-hp diesels delivers a top-end speed of 40 mph at 2320 rpm, and a best cruise of 22.2 mph at 1500 rpm with a cruising range of 599 miles on a full tank of fuel. These Caterpillar engines are equipped with a patented fuel system. This system results in complete fuel burn and while also meeting emission limits. The 60’s 17-foot, 4-inch beam and 6’ draft with keel has the stability she needs when offshore in rough waters and is quite nimble and graceful when it comes to cutting turns plus good maneuverability around the docks. Away from shore this vessel owns the waters and so, it’s no wonder it’s called a battle wagon.