Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Warranty: 5 years
Hull Shape: Semi-Displacement
Beam: 17 ft 3 in
LWL: 46 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 2 in
Dry Weight: 74000 lbs
Engine Option 1: 1x
Fresh Water Tanks: (192 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (1200 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (91 Gallons)
The cockpit is designed for enhanced fishing and increased comfort. The mezzanine seat is one of the best around thanks to ergonomically designed backrests, armrests, and support cushions. Cup holders and an entertainment system are nearby, too. When it's time to get down to the business of fishing, there are in-deck fish boxes, a mounting plate for a fighting chair in the sole, and a recirculating live well at the transom. Stowage is excellent, with dedicated compartments for gaffs and boat hooks along with standard accommodations for rods. Teak is available for the coaming boards, cockpit sole and toerail for those who want to play up the GT54's distinct style.
In designing the interior of the GT54, Hatteras didn't go ultra contemporary. Instead, the décor is best defined as traditional taken to the next level. The salon and galley are on one level for an open space with excellent traffic flow. Cabinetry is carefully placed to provide a panoramic 270-degree view out of the large windows. Custom furniture including an L-shaped dinette and salon sofa is finely crafted and offers ample storage for extended voyages. On the accommodations level there is a well-appointed VIP stateroom forward, a luxurious master suite amidships to port, and a third stateroom to starboard that has comfortable side-by-side berths rather than the more conventional over/under arrangement.
- Twin CAT C18A Diesel Engines 1150 BHP
- Twin CAT C32A Diesel Engines 1600 BHP
While the look above the waterline is new for Hatteras in a boat in this size range, the shape below is familiar. The GT54 is based on our proven variable deadrise hull with a convex bow that minimizes the impact of seas in a variety of offshore conditions. Hatteras was the first builder to employ a convex bow on a variable deadrise hull and incorporate deep prop pockets in sportfishing convertibles. The GT54 also boasts a resin-infused hull, a manufacturing technology pioneered by Hatteras. The resin infusion process improves the stiffness and durability of the hull, providing increased strength while allowing the boat to be much lighter than a traditional hand-laid vessel. The end result is great performance: the GT54 will run 41-knots at top end and 37 at cruise with 1600-bhp Caterpillar 32A diesels. The lighter weight made possible by the resin-infused hull reduces fuel burn and increases range.