We spoke to three brokers who each had Hatteras motoryachts listed on BoatQuest.com. Here’s what they each had to say about a proven cruiser that was ahead of her time in comfort and performance. Here’s what they had to say.
Written by Adam Hyde on Mar 11, 2016 for Panbo, The Marine Electronics Hub
Written by Ben Ellison on Mar 9, 2016 for Panbo, The Marine Electronics Hub
About a decade ago, while running another boating magazine with a business partner, I took stock of my boating adventures and developed a list of some silly mistakes I’d made along the way. I’m slightly embarrassed to admit it, but this is a topic that always seems ripe for the picking.
Arawak shook and rumbled from her bones up. “Whoa, $hit,” exclaimed McCoy as he lunged for the throttles, throwing the boat into neutral. “We should have 4.6 feet of water.”
"It's wrapped!" shouted Digital Editor John Turner while leaning over the transom.
Most boat trips, if you’re lucky, have that ahhh moment. Like emerging from underwater after holding your breath, you immediately go from panicked to relieved. Well, our ahhh moment of the trip happened around noon of our third day. We had successfully navigated a skinny, crab-trap-filled channel and made our way to the ICW bound for Little Shark River in the Everglades.
Day 2 of the “Arawak Adventure” introduces the editors to some special people and the true meaning of southern hospitality.