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1982 Hatteras Convertable - 46'

Year 1982
Length 46ft.
Price USD $199,000
Type: Pre-owned
Location Moss Landing,
Hull Material Fiberglass/GRP
Engine type Twin
Fuel Diesel
Contact Information
Builder: Hatteras Yachts
Designer: Jack Hargrave
Beam: 4 ft 2 in
Draft Drive Up: Direct Drive
Displacement: 41000 lbs
Engine(s): Volvo
Engine Model: D11B1-AMP
Year: 2017
Fuel: Diesel
Hours: 120
Engine(s) HP: 1250 HP
Fuel: 3 Fiberglass (840 Gallons)
Water: 1 Fiberglass (180 Gallons)
Holding Tank: 1 Fiberglass (100 Gallons)

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
Harold Heath
Builder: Hatteras Yachts
Designer: Jack Hargrave
Flag of Registry: United States
LOA: 46 ft 2 in
Beam: 4 ft 2 in
Displacement: 41000 lbs
Total Power: 1250 HP
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Volvo
Engine Model: D11B1-AMP
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Starboard
Engine Hours: 120
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 625 HP
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Volvo
Year Built: 2017
Engine Model: D11B1-AMP
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Port
Engine Hours: 120
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 625 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Fiberglass (180 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 3 Fiberglass (840 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Fiberglass (100 Gallons)
Number of heads: 2
Electrical Equipment
Electrical Circuit: 110V
Outside Equipment/Extras
Electric windlass


Master stateroom is forward queen island berth 

Private entry to head (fresh water vacu-flush) and stall shower.

2 Crew quarters port and starboard, over-under bunks in each

1 (one) main cabin with tables, racks, flat screens and electronic equipment for oceanographic work

2 electric Vacu Flush heads


Port forward main cabin

Single compartment stainless steel sink with H/C pressure water

Refrigeration Norcold Model DE0061

Waterrmaker:1 (one) Vantage Marine Aqua System water maker

Magna BBQ LPG in cockpit

Electrical Systems

DC Electrical system

Engine Batteries:

2 (two) 8D lead acid wired in series to produce 24-volts

2 (two)4D lead acid

1 (one) Group 27 lead acid (Gen set)

Perko type switches

DC Charging Systems:

2 (two) Pro Mariner Pro Sport 20-amp battery charger
2 (two) engine driven alternators estimated at 100-amps each

Each engine has a 12-volt and 24-volt alternator

1 (one) Xantrax Freedom 3000-watt inverter / Charger


AC Electrical System

Main Breaker: Located starboard cockpit with 30 and 50-amp service and a 30- amp shore cord
Distrabution Panel:Located starboard aft main cabin

Gen Set: Phasor 12.5 KW (New 84 hrs)



Electronics/ Navigation

Compass:1 (one) Ritchie Power Damp magnetic compass with a 5-inch card 1 (one) Danforth magnetic compass with a 5-inch card

Anemometer: Garmin 5212

Auto Pilot: Simrad / Robertson A-20 with remote at lower helm station

Fathometer: Furuno Color Sounder FCV-1100L

GPS: 2 (two) Garmin 5212; one at each helm station

Radar:1 (one) Garmin 5212 72-mile, 1 (one) Furuno 1712 16-mile

Flat Screen: 1 (one) for mapping computers

Sonar:1 (one) Furuno 350 located at Helm #2: Wheel on fly bridge

VHF/SSB Radios:

1 (one) ICOM M127 12-volt VHF;

1 (one) ICOM 2100 2-meter 12-volt VHF

1 (one) ICOM M402 12-volt VHF

1 (one) “Skanti” Furuno HF-SSB

Stereo: AM/FM/CD player on fly bridge

Sound System: Denon Samsung sound system in main cabin and fly bridge

Televisions 2 (two) ASUS flat screens in main cabin

2 (two) Dell flat screens in main cabin

The vessel is equipped to support:
Seafloor mapping with two multibeam sonar systems mounted on the keel. 
 ROV and video tow sled operations (new heavy duty davit and 5000 ft winch on stern)

Rigging/ Deck

Frame:1 (one) aluminum haystack frame located on foredeck
Boom:1 (one) stainless steel and aluminum boom located starboard foredeck with 120-volt electric motor; set up to launch and retrieve tender
Hardtop: Fiberglass reinforced plastic hard top with 4 (four) aluminum support poles
1 (one) hydraulic winch mounted in cockpit and set up with a boom to retrieve equipment

Anchors & Rode

1 (one) Danforth anchor stowed on fly bridge estimated at 50- pounds

1 (one) claw type anchor in bow roller estimated at 80-pounds 3/8-inch chain estimated at 300-feet.

Windlass: Maxwell 3500 12-volt mounted on bow sprit

Dewatering System

7 (seven) Rule 2000 bilge pumps with auto float switches Located: 1 (one) in forward bilge, 1 (one) in mid ship bilge; 3 (three) in engine room bilge, 2 (two) in lazarette bilge

High water Alarm

Raw water System

Deck Wash Down: 1 (one) SHURflo Model 4001 12-volt pump
Bait Pumps: 2 (two) Hayward 120 / 240-volt pumps set up for high volume bait tanks and dewatering bilge

Engine Replacement

In October of 2015 the Carl Moyer federal program for marine vessel repower awarded a grant to the Seafloor Mapping Lab at California State University Monterey to pay for the replacement of the aging diesel engines aboard the R/V Harold Heath, a 46’ Hatteras and largest of CSUMB’s research vessel fleet. New twin Volvo marine diesel engines have now been installed as well as a new diesel generator. These changes have increased fuel efficiency by 30% and have eliminated the sooty exhaust that plagued the original Cummins diesels. This change has also significantly reduced the overall weight of the vessel allowing greater passenger and instrumentation payloads, and increased the cruising speed to over 20kt.

Harold Heath's Mission

In 2010, a Santa Cruz, California, attorney donated his 46-ft. Hatteras sport fishing yacht to the California State University at Monterey

Bay (CSUMB) for use as a research vessel by the Seafloor Mapping Lab. The 1982-vin- tage boat was renamed RV Harold Heath and equipped with two multibeam sonar systems mounted on the keel to support seafloor map- ping. It was rigged to support ROV and video tow sled operations as well. The vessel was used for day trips with many students on board and extended stays at sea with a crew of five

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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