The Last of the “Long-Range Cruiser” series ever built by Hatteras Yachts
Jabula (name reserved), (Ex. “Stevana”) is the newest, most luxuriously updated and expensively refitted Hatteras 65 Long Range Cruiser on the market in the world today. Her owners of the last 10 years have done an impressive job of updating, maintaining, upgrading and improving hull # 65-13 and their diligence and respect shown for this Jack Hargrave designed classic motor yacht is admirable. This 1986 model was customized by the addition of a 5’ cockpit extension, lengthening the yacht to 70’ during the original owner’s stewardship. “Jabula,” for all of the above reasons and constant updating and upgrading of the ship’s systems by the current (second) owners, is an excellent example of this very comfortable live-aboard/extended range LRC.
Current ownership refit the Hatteras thoroughly during 2007/2008 and have always had “Jabula” under a full time captain’s command ever since. With the beautiful, upgraded granite counter tops, refinished interior Aframosia wood paneling and veneers, new appliances and recent exterior paint job, the yacht shows exceptionally well both on the interior and exterior. Some of the stand-out features of hull # HATBY313J586, besides the 5’ extended cockpit include; 4 staterooms, 3 heads, a dinette in the pilothouse with a large “pass-thru” to the galley and an extended deckhouse floorplan allowing for inclusion of the enclosed aft-deck as part of the saloon.
“A Great Yacht for a buyer looking for a Hatteras quality LRC but without having to spend the $5,000,000.00 to have one built even, if one could.”
New anti-fouling bottom paint job, February, 2017.
Beginning all the way aft, a fiberglass swim platform is bolted through the transom and a walk-thru transom door leads up and into the cockpit. This cockpit is shaded by a “half-tower” with anodized aluminum pipe supports which are bolted through the coamings. This area is five (5’) feet longer than the standard 65’ LRC cockpit, enables there to be two large lazarette lockers for storage below deck and easily provides for two fore and aft facing lounge chairs on deck. Forward and up 2 steps from the cockpit is a line handling deck and a door from here provides access into the elegantly decorated and spacious saloon. Upon entering the saloon, which is divided into a lounging area aft and a dining area forward, a large sectional sofa is to the port side and has storage built-in beneath all of the seats and, an ottoman/coffee table with storage is situated just in front of this. Across to the starboard side is one swiveling occasional chair also with storage built in under the seat cushion. Wing doors lead out to both covered side-decks. An entertainment center built of teak wood finished to a high gloss and with granite top divides and separates this part of the saloon from the dining area which is just forward. The dining portion of the saloon features a rattan/glass-topped dining table with seating for four (4) persons and a beautifully crafted, built-in long side-board with granite top that runs the whole length of the starboard side of the saloon. A gently curving stairway in the aft port corner of this area leads down to access the private master’s stateroom and a short companionway leads into the aft entrance into the walk-in engine room. The master’s stateroom is all the way aft and spans the full width of the yacht’s beam. This is a large area with great amounts of storage for clothing, a large queen-size bed and a head en-suite with bathtub and shower.
Just forward of the saloon on the main deck level and to portside is the large, well equipped, U-shaped galley. The full size, stand up refrigerator with side-by-side freezer is across from the galley on starboard side and a dry bar with bottle storage is just forward of the refrigerator. Forward of the galley area one enters the Pilothouse with helm station on centerline, dinette with pass-thru to galley, port and starboard side-doors leading out to side-decks, a teak ladder of 7 steps leads up to the fly-bridge and a companionway leading forward a down to the day-head and accommodations area for the guests and crew.
Access to the side-decks and foredeck is gained through either the port or starboard side doors and from there the wide, covered side-decks lead forward to a protective Portuguese bridge. A door through the Portuguese bridge leads out onto the foredeck, windlass and bow pulpit. Up above the pilothouse is the expansive fly-bridge with upper helm station on the center-line followed by bench seating for 10 people on both the port and starboard sides of this deck. A large teak table for alfresco dining or cocktails adjoins the starboard side settee. Aft of the fly-bridge is the boat-deck with mounted R.I.B. tender and davit. Forward of the pilothouse and down a comfortable stairway one finds the guest’s/crew accommodations, Laundry Center and forward entrance to the engine room. All the way forward and just aft of the anchor chain locker is the stateroom for the crew. This stateroom features a private head with stall shower. Following aft, is a door which leads into the shared guest’s head. This is a large area that encompasses a stall shower. Across from this head is a cabinet which houses a stacked clothes washer and dryer. Then, aft and to port side is the first guest’s stateroom featuring twin single berths and a private entrance into the shared guest’s head. Across on the yacht’s starboard side is the yacht’s fourth stateroom with over/under single bunk berths. Aft of this, at the end of the companionway, a door leads into the forward portion of the walk in engine room.
Upgraded wooden leveler blinds, window treatments and valances and high quality carpeting produce a rich, elegant decor. A flat screen TV is housed inside a custom built-in cabinet which was added to the overhead when the headliner was replaced during the yacht’s refit. This TV folds down and enables viewing from the aft lounging area of the saloon.
Entertainment components include:
Vizio 37” flat-screen HDTV
Yamaha RX-V367 AV Amp w/ Bose surround-sound speakers (2011)
Sony DVP-NC85 5-disc CD/DVD changer
Polkaudio XM radio receiver and speaker controls
LG Blu-Ray DVD player
SAT TV System with 2 Receivers (Saloon & Master Stateroom) and Intellian 4 Antenna (new 2014)
HDMI cables added to AV system in 2011
Beautifully remodeled using granite counter tops, new cabinets and G.E. appliances in 2010.
Teak parquet sole
Refrigerator/Freezer – S/S stand-up, side by side w/ indoor ice and water dispenser
Dishwasher – Profile S/S
Dbl S/S sink w/ reverse osmosis Watts water purifier (2011) & garbage disposal
Cook-top S/S w/ 5 burners & oven
Microwave/Convection oven, S/S.
Centerline helm station with S/S destroyer wheel, Hynautic steering, analog engine gauges, Hynautic hydraulic engine controls and bow thruster controls. Dinette seats 4 with “pass-thru” from galley. Sole is teak parquet.
Bow Thruster – Sidepower 24 VDC
Radar – Furuno 24NM
GPS/Chart plotter – Furuno NavNet VX2
AIS 1000 Class B transceiver
Auto-Pilot – Furuno FAP 55
Furuno GY700 Gyro compass
Sharp Monitor for GPS/Chart Plotter
SSB radio-telephone – Icom ICM-700
Furuno NX-300 Navtex
Weather WORX weather forecast software w/ XM satellite radio service
2-digital depth sounders
7” display for CCTV camera with view of transom aft
KVH Azimuth 314 digital electric compass
Lenovo ship’s computer w/ Sharp 18” wide screen monitor and
Navsim Boatcruiser charting software
Wave WiFi antenna
Boston chronometer & barometer
Jabula offers a fully private master’s stateroom that is isolated from the other guests and or the crew’s quarters. This area spans the whole of the yacht’s beam measurement and features a large, queen-size bed on the centerline, exceptional amounts of clothing storage in two extra-large cedar-lined closets, plenty of drawers and a Sharp 25” flat screen HDTV w/ DVD player. The drawers were built into teak bureaus on the port and starboard sides of this stateroom. Built-in nightstands on either side of the headboard support reading lamps and all of the teak paneling and woodwork is in excellent original condition. The master’s head was completely remodeled during the refit in 2008 and the stateroom received upgraded soundproofing and insulation at that time.
This comfortable stateroom features twin single berths with a nightstand between and reading lamps over the berths. There is good storage for clothing here with drawers and a cedar-lined large hanging locker. Additionally there is a private entrance from this stateroom into the shared guest’s head. An Insignia 21” flat screen HDTV has been mounted on the bulkhead forward
Features long over/under single bunk berths with a nightstand and lamp, hanging locker, a cabinet and drawers for clothing storage. Attractive curtains and window treatments make this a most comfortable stateroom.
This stateroom features over/under bunk berths on portside and a chest of drawers across to starboard. A large hanging locker, private head with stall shower and an Insignia 23” flat-screen HDTV with built in DVD player makes this a comfortable stateroom for guests or crew.
2 pedestal mounted Pompanette chairs for helmsperson and a companion aft of centerline helm.
S/S destroyer wheel, engine gauges and controls and bow thruster controls.
Naiad stabilizer controls
Glendinning engine synchronizers
New U-Line refrigerator with icemaker installed in bar/cabinet w/ additional storage and push lock hardware
Seating for 10 in 2 settees with large teak table that seats 6 for dining
Westinghouse 20” flat-screen monitor display interfaced to ship’s computer and
Radar – Furuno 24 Mi range
Furuno NavNet chart plotter
Auto-pilot remote – Furuno FAP 55
2- VHF radios
Liferaft – Viking 8 person with Switlik hydrostatic release in canister, mounted on boat-deck (new 4/2011, recertified 12/11/14 and good thru 11/2017)
Tender – Novurania 13’ side-console R.I.B. w/ 50 HP Honda 4 stroke OB engine (1998 but re-tubed in 2015). Includes canvas sun cover.
Davit with electric winch (1000 # lift capacity)
The walk-in engine room has entranceway doors both fore and aft, has full standing headroom and is spacious enough to allow for comfort and ease of maintenance of the machinery and systems in this area. AC and DC lighting throughout
Main engine hours are per captain’s log and are estimated and believed to be accurate. Hour meters indicate 4,500 Approx.
Marine gears are Allison MH30R’s w/ a ratio of 2.96:1.
Fuel polishing system
Dual Racor 75/1000MA fuel filters w/ pressure gauge for each main engine
Naiad 252 series Stabilizers with upgraded 9 Sq. Ft. fins.
Bow Thruster – 20 HP Sidepower 24VDC with charger
Fireboy 258Ma 1301 engine room fire suppression system
Glendinning engine synchronizers
Marine air-conditioning by Cruisair w/ 8 compressors
Watermaker – Quality Waterworks 900 GPD (2011)
Electric oil changing system – Oberdorfer 32V (2011)
Hynautic hydraulic steering
2” S/S Prop shafts, “V” struts, bronze rudders, 3-bladed bronze Props (34”X35”)
Spare stub shaft
2/24/32 VDC, 120/220VAC
2 – Phasor Marine generators (21 KW Ea.) installed spring, 2011. - Port- 800 hours,
Generator sound shields
2- 50 Amp. Shore power cords
Century 32v/30 amp battery chargers
Mastervolt 12v Battery Charger
LeMarche Constavolt 30 Amp battery charger
Heart Interface 3000 watt DC - AC inverter
2-12VDC AGM batteries for bow thruster w/charger (new 2015)
Portuguese Bridge with forward walk-thru door, wide, safe, covered side-decks w/ 40” high bulwarks
Marquipt 8 step “Tideride” boarding stairs w/ four mounting locations.
Four (4) boarding gates
Full Bimini-top with S/S frame and full Eisenglas enclosure (4-sided) for fly-bridge
Aluminum radar arch with antenna mast mounted
Viking Offshore life raft – 2011 (re-certification is current thru 2017)
ACR EPIRB (2011)
Windlass – Galley Maid 3500 capstan winch with chain gypsy
Deck-boxes (2) mounted
Sunbathing lounge with cushions and canvas sun cover
Bow pulpit with anchor roller
Lewmar 176 Lb. Claw anchor
Danforth 75 # anchor, Danforth 85 # anchor
420’ 3/8” anchor chain & 300’ nylon rode
Trolling rod holder installed in coamings
Half-tower with anodized aluminum frame shades cockpit and aft-deck (2011)
2 teak lounge chairs with matching teak side table
2 large, deep lazarette’s under the sole
(2) Built In fiberglass storage lockers
New bottom paint job complete 02/2017.
All toilets were upgraded during refit including replacing all sewer lines
Topside’s repainted at Jarrett Bay Boat Works – spring, 2012
Superstructure repainted at Bradford Marine – fall, 2012
Carpeting, headliners and lighting were new in 2008
All galley appliances new in 5/2007
Pilothouse window glass replaced in 2009
The audio/visual systems aboard Jabula were updated in 2011 including HDMI cabling
Cruises at 9.3 Kn. at 1500 RPM using just 9.2 GPH
29’ – 30’ vertical clearance required with antennas lowered
Full keel protected running gear
6’ 7” headroom throughout most interior areas
Clothes washer – Bosch (new 11/07)
Clothes dryer – Whirlpool (new 11/07)
Jabula is a veteran cruiser of the Caribbean, Bahamas and eastern seaboard. The yacht’s sturdy and solid construction with engineering to the highest industry standards, when combined with the comfortable livability and proven seakeeping abilities of J. Hargrave’s timeless yacht design are two of the reasons why this yacht model continues to enjoy a large and growing following of knowledgeable yachtsmen and woman. Capable of a cruising range of 2500 miles and burning just 9.2 gallons of fuel per hour and achieving 9.3 knots at cruise, this equates out to an economical 1 mile per gallon of fuel which includes one generator running. Given the galley-up layout with the saloon and pilothouse on the same main-deck level, roomy walk-in engine room with full standing headroom and wide, safe, covered walk around side-decks, it isn’t a mystery to me why the 65’ LRC continues to enjoy popular demand and, the Hatteras 65’ LRC yacht may have yet to have been improved upon. Jabula’s exceptional, come see for yourself. Easily inspected in Fort Pierce, FL.
Owner’s personal items including certain decorations, selected artwork, china, cookware, non Hatteras specific tools, crew’s personal items including tools, kitchenware, tableware; handheld navigation and communication aids including radios and binoculars. Final list of exclusions to be provided by Seller to Buyer upon request.
Vessel name "Jabula" is reserved by the owner and buyer shall remove name in a timely manner after closing.
1535 SE 17th Street
Suite 103 B
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316