$ 2,495,000

HANIA Yacht for Sale

63' (19.2m)
Asking Price
$ 2,495,000

Not for sale or charter to U.S. residents while in U.S. waters.

Welcome aboard Hania, a 2012 63GT Enclosed Bridge Hatteras. Powered with low hour upgraded 16v2000MTU M94 engines, she will cruise upwards of 38 kts with wide open close to 45kts. Hania offers the ZF Marine JMS docking system as well as bow and stern thrusters for ease. Stepping onboard the generous 173 sq ft cockpit allows for a competitive fishing platform or an entertainment area for a day of cruising. Inside you’ll find a spacious salon and galley along with 4 staterooms and 3 full heads. No matter the sea conditions, Hania features an extensive electronics package in her climate controlled enclosed bridge to make any day comfortable. Hania’s owner’s plans have changed and encourage all offers. Don’t miss this opportunity on a low hour, captain maintained 2012 63GT Enclosed Bridge Hatteras.


Builder Hatteras
Model 63GT
Length (LOA) 63' (19.2m)
Year 2012
Draft 5' 2" (1.57m)
Beam 20' (6.10m)
Location North Palm Beach, United States


Staterooms 4
Heads 3
Capt. Quarters No

Dimensions & Capacity

LOA 63' (19.2m)
Min Draft 0.00m
Max Draft 5' 2" (1.57m)
Fuel Tank 1,900 g (7,192 L)
Fresh Water 270 g (1,022 L)
Holding Tank 150 g (567 L)


Hull Material Fiberglass
Stabilizers None

Engines (x2)

Engine Make MTU
Engine Model 16V2000 M94
Engine Type Inboard
Power HP 2,600
Power KW 0
Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Location Starboard
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