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Two Hatteras yachts set for world debuts at FLIBS

The Hatteras M90 Panacera motoryacht will make its world debut at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

The Hatteras M90 Panacera motoryacht will make its world debut at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

Two new Hatteras yachts will be making world debuts at this year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Nov. 1-5.

The M90 Panacera motoryacht, which will be displayed by exclusive Hatteras dealer Denison Yacht Sales, has wraparound windows, skylights and Hatteras’ first foldout balcony. It also features the company’s HattCON ship management system.

“This is not an old-school Hatteras,” Denison’s Kevin Frawley said in a statement. “Thanks to her massive beam, she has a huge flybridge, the engine room has over 8 feet of headroom and she cruises at 20 knots, even though she weighs over 250,000 pounds fully loaded.”

Hatteras also will launch its GT 45X with a Flybridge Option model, a new version of its 45 Express with the optional flybridge helm station, in addition to the lower helm.

Other Hatteras models that will be at the Hatteras display at Bahia Mar’s Lime Zone A4 include the M75 and M60 motoryachts and the GT70 and GT63 sportfish convertibles.



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