1970 Hatteras 36' (10.97 m)
Hatteras, North Carolina, United States
- Sport Fishing
- Fiberglass Hull
Twin Bills is an older model Hatteras with a set of dependable 370 Cummins, built strong and heavy duty and comes at an affordable price. She is turn key ready for someone who just wants to stay simple and get out into the action, or would provide a nice foundation for someone who wanted to fancy her up a bit.
She is a proven fishing boat and has been dependable for her current owners over the years. She is simple and easy to maintain, has a cruise in the low 20s and a lot of extras thrown in...NC Commercial license, 2 sets of spare props, 2 spare shafts and all tackle is negotiable. She is set up for near shore fishing and could be a money maker in the right hands. Come take a look.
LOA: 36' (10.97 Meters)
Type: Power- Used
Beam: 13' 6''
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 250 Gallons (946.35 Liters)
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Twin Bills is a 1970 36 Hatteras Classic with a pair of 370 Cummins. Her current owners have had her in Hatteras, NC for a while now and in light charter service running some nearshore trips. She has been modified and simplified for this task, having the upper half of the cockpit bulkhead opened, with removable Strataglass panels. Inside are simple benches and a dash, overhead rod storage and drawer and cabinet storage throughout. Her AC system has been shutdown as well as her fresh water system. A clear Bomar hatch has been added to the center forward panel of the cabin to be able to allow good air flow while fishing. She still has a sink and a shower in place but they would need to be replumbed.
She is a simple, sturdy and efficient, heavy built fiberglass fishing boat. She cruises along at 20-22 kts and has 2 spare sets of wheels, 2 spare shafts and lots of spare parts and miscellaneous items that go along with her. The sale would also include a NC Standard commercial fishing license and all of the tackle could also convey if someone was interested.
Along with normal maintenance, the aftercoolers were removed and cleaned last year and the heat exchangers were replaced within the last 2 years. She has ample electronics to do the job and is totally rigged up for simple, easy family fishing offshore on pretty days or for someone looking to get into an affordable, daily nearshore charter operation.
Simple charter layout with open upper bulkhead, benches, a forward dash, a spacious head, v-berth and lots of storage throughout
XM radio with speakers, FM stereo with bluetooth and CD player
Electric Marine toilet
Salon overhead grab rail
Koolatron Bait Freezer
Cushioned bench seating
Carpeted sole in salon and teak and Holly sole downstairs
Overhead rod storage
V Berth with short bunks, overhead hatch and storage
Engine room access through salon floor / Twin 370 Cummins with Racor Filtration, 2 8D Batteries, Hynautic steering and a Charge Pro 20 amp battery charger
BRIDGE / COCKPIT AND DECK
Bridge has in-cockpit ladder access, center line helm chair with benches to either side. Forward console with electronics boxes to either side and main Cummins Gauge panels with analog gauges, start/stop and indicator lights center and forward
Garmin GPSmap 740
Garmin GPSmap 541s
Furuno 8" Touch screen multi-function display with closed array radar
Standard Horizon VHF
Boat Leveler trim tabs
Ray Line Search Light
Teleflex Marine engine controls
Anchor and pulpit
Bow deck hatch
Single spreader outriggers and center rigger
Ladder to Bridge
Ice and Bait boxes on cockpit bulkhead with storage compartment
Second helm station in cockpit
Open Upper Cockpit bulkhead with removable curtain enclosure
Large transom fishbox
2 fighting chairs in cockpit, 1 ladder back center and one molded charter chair to port
23 rod holders
30 amp shore power service
Hand rails on side of house going forward
Hawse pipes on cover boards and in transom
Port holes on stbd and port forward sides and Air flow hatch center of forward cabin
Hard top with pancake teaser reels
Conventional teaser reels on bridge side rails
3 deck hatches in cockpit
Nonskid cockpit and bow decks
Tournament Yacht Sales
Tournament Yacht Sales is committed to providing exceptional brokerage services. We are proud to offer personal service including finding a crew, arranging dockage, scheduling maintenance, setting up surveys or just angling in a tournament with one of our clients.
Jeff is a native of Gloucester, Va. and has lived on the Outer Banks of NC since 1989. He worked as a mate for 7 seasons out of Oregon Inlet, the Bahamas and Mexico for some of the best in the business and later operated his own charter business, Reel Deal Charters for over 15 years.
Well respected in the sportfishing Industry, Jeff has worked hard to maintain a reputation based on integrity and hands on experience. Having worked on or run many different custom Carolina boats in the past, he is very knowledgeable about the fishability and performance that these designs offer.
He has also worked as a project manager for Bayliss Boatworks, graduated from Navtech marine surveying school and currently manages a fleet of boats for private owners on the Outer Banks. He has years of experience coordinating all manners of projects from yard and dockside maintenance to total refits for these clients as part of his business James Marine Management.
His work ethic, communication skills and relationships with all of the local service providers in the area adds another level of potential to the buyer looking to make changes or upgrades to a new boat.
Jeff lives in Manteo with his wife Jennifer and their three children, Emili, Ashlen and Brady.
His reputation, experience and good nature make him a valuable asset to the Tournament Yacht Sales team.