1987 Hatteras 78′
78′ Hatteras Motoryacht 1987
“CHRISTIE LEE” started life as a mint condition 68′ Hatteras CKPMY and an experienced owner who could not find a Hatteras with the ideal layout purchased her and decided to rebuild her with no regard to cost. A major $900,000 year long refit engineered and designed by Naval Architect Langlois & Nadeau, Inc., was completed in November 1992 at Associated Marine Technologies in Dania, FL — (Now Marinemax Hatteras).
This complex refit enhanced the original layout significantly to modern Hatteras standards by greatly enlarging the master stateroom and adding a his and her heads aft with center Jacuzzi tub and a very large walk in closet to port. The original guest cabin amidships has been altered to a true VIP suite. The forward crew section was expanded to accommodate two more staterooms with privacy door. The engine room was modified to a full width, walk through engine room like todays Hatteras. The original cockpit was incorporated into the master configuration and became the large open aft deck with an extended hard top with stairway to the flybridge from the aft deck with railing and a custom entry way into the flybridge seating area. A new cockpit was added, the rudders enlarged with new stainless ones, Naiad stabilizers added and the entire yacht was painted in Imron.
The flybridge was extended providing ample room for tenders and water toys. The cost of this year long refit was over $900,000. Millions have been spent on her since and the current owner has her in excellent condition.
In November 2014 the engines were totally majored with over $150,000 spent on mechanical and interior work in the past year 2014-2015. Many interior updates Summer 2015. Complete bottom job fall 2018 and all new Silent Flush toilets 2018.
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