Hatteras 100 Raised Pilothouse

Hatteras 100 Raised PilothouseThe flying bridge is outfitted with modular furniture, like this bar.To keep things church mouse-quiet in the saloon there’s a layer of sound-and-vibration attenuating foam beneath the oak flooring. Galley chairs are secured with cords in bad weather.The stairway beyond the dining area descends to the staterooms.The dark, lustrous wood in the master is flush-filled Wenge.The lower helm station is outfitted with giant KEP MFDs and toggles for the powerful ABT bow and stern thrusters.Note the triplex Racors alongside each main engine and the rails and stanchions that serve as both supports and handholds in snotty weather.

This article originally appeared in the February 2014 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.