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The Hatteras GT63 was built with comfort and practicality in mind and is backed up by a comprehensive list of technologies which help it rise to the demands of the most demanding sailors.

Being able to reach a top speed of over 40 knots, the Hatteras GT63 is one of the fastest models in its class. This performance is achieved thank to a pair of CAT C32A Diesel Engines which crank out a maximum power of 1,600 BHP (1,193.1 Kw).

Jump in board and you’ll be greeted by a spacious interior with large windows, exotic woods, and exclusive wall coverings.

Other features worthy of being mentioned include a bow thruster system, a 21.5 KW generator, fiberglass pulpit with anchor chute and windlass, a cockpit swim platform with reboarding ladder and a cockpit fishbox.

The boat is priced at $3,060,000.

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The Riviera 565 SUV represents the perfect compromise between luxury, sportiness and practicality.

In terms of design, the Riviera 565 SUV features an aerodynamic style with a sleek, low profile hardtop with two large manually sliding sunroof hatches. You also get a raised seating area in the saloon and large opening side windows.

Once on board you’ll be greeted by a modern interior with luxurious American Oak satin finished timber with upholstered panels and solid surface tops.

The helm station features three display screens, controls, four high-quality helm chairs and the Volvo joystick.

On the other hand, the saloon comes with an L-shaped lounge and dining area, and a dining table which swivels 90 degrees and drops down level.

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Founded over 50 years ago, Hatteras remains even today one of the top boat manufacturers in its class and its products have never disappointed as far reliability, ergonomics and performances are concerned.

The Hatteras GT 54 makes no exception and sets new standards in the premium sport fishing convertibles class. Built with versatility and practicality in mind, the GT 54 represents a great choice for those who want to mix their passion for fishing with the comfort offered by a higher class yachts.

As far as power is concerned, the Hatteras GT 54 comes standard with twin CAT C-18 1135 BHP engines, but there are also available optional twin CAT C-32A 1600 BHP units.

This premium sport fishing convertible boat is offered with a base price of $1,998,000.

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The Fountain 47Lightning is one of the fastest boats in its class and features an updated version the hull that made history in the world of fast boats.

Marketed as “the ultimate Poker Run yacht—or as a cruiser that can go anywhere, anytime”, the Fountain 47 lightning will boost your adrenaline levels each time you fire up its engines.

Talking about engines, the Fountain 47 Lightning is offered with a wide range of powerplants that can propel it to maximum speeds of up to 115 mph (when equipped with twin Mercury 1075s).

The really good part is that all these sporty performances are combined with first class ergonomics. With features such as newly styled drop down bolster seats, an ergonomic cockpit configuration, an optional six man stand-up/sit-down bolster or a four bolster option with a rear bench seat, the Fountain 47 Lightning has all it needs to keep your as comfortable as possible.

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When it comes to boats, Yamaha is usually considered a benchmark in its class and there is no wonder why as its products are modern, reliable and comfortable.

One of the most wanted boats in Yamaha’s lineup is the 242 Limited S. Compared to the previous models, the 2011 version features a series of improvements, the most important one being the new deck and hull design. Thanks to the new design the seating area at the bow is wider and longer than ever before offering an improved level of comfort.

The 2011 Yamaha 242 Limited is propelled by two twin 4-stroke, 4-cylinder, 16-valve High Output Yamaha Marine engines with a displacement of 1812cc (each). The engines are fed by a 50.2 gallons fuel tank that offers a fairly good range.

Among the standard features available for the 242 Limited S you’ll find aluminum watersports tower with built-in speakers and cabin lights, a convertible lounge seat and bow docking lights.

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