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VIDEO: Hatteras Yachts set to debut new line in Lauderdale

Hatteras Yachts announced an all-new Express Series that will debut this fall at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

The first model in the new series is the Hatteras 45 EX and two distinct configurations of the boat will be on display at the show. The first will be fully rigged for tournament-style sportfishing and the second is stacked with features and amenities that Hatteras said are perfect for the cruising lifestyle.

“The Hatteras Express Series raises the bar in design, engineering, and performance for the inboard express market segment,” company president and CEO John Ward said in a statement. “This series is the perfect complement to the Hatteras product portfolio by delivering innovative design and a focus on complete versatility, functionality, and incredible comfort. Owners will enjoy not only an abundance of amenities, but also a significant reduction of overall noise levels and vibration that you would typically experience on an inboard express boat of this size.”

With multiple arrangements and several possible configurations, Hatteras said the Express Series offers significant standard features and luxurious content as part of the base boat that far exceeds other express boats in its class.

Standard features include a resin-infused solid fiberglass hull bottom, an integrated hardtop, a large single-pane forward windshield and Hatteras custom-engineered sound-deadening materials and systems to reduce overall noise and vibration.

“Hatteras Yachts will continue to aggressively expand our product portfolio and the Hatteras Express series with the introduction of the 52 Hatteras Express, which is currently under development,” Ward added. “We see tremendous growth potential with this series in appealing to boaters who are looking for a truly innovative and highly versatile platform that only Hatteras can bring.”

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