Huckins Classic 44 Atlantic offers graceful lines, our unique quadraconic hull that can be seen slicing through the water from a mile away and elegant design for which Huckins is famous for. This 2000 Atlantic was built using the most modern building techniques and materials available.
TABOO has been immaculately maintained by a very knowledgeable and meticulous owner and kept under cover! This yacht has a very attractive mahogany interior with teak and holly sole. TABOO is turn key for a new owner!
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Anchor pulpit with Danforth anchor with chain & nylon rode. SS bow rail extends past the trunk cabin. Fiberglass swim platform with teak grate inserts.
12 Volt DC for house power and engine starting through three 8D and one 27 size batteries. 120/240 Volt AC supplied through 50 amp shoreline or 6 KW Northern Lights generator with only 825 hours. There is an isolation transformer in the shoreline circuit.
Stanard Horizon VHF
Garmin 4212 GPS Plotter
Simrad Aritsu Radar
DataMarine Depth Sounder
Simrad Robertson AP20
The galley is located on the port side of the lower level with a U-shaped Corian counter ans SS sink. There is a built-in microwave, a Ceran cooktop and a Norcold 8 cu.ft. refrigerator/freezer.
The Huckins Atlantic 44 offers the best of two worlds: it captures the classic grace and elegant design for which Huckins has long been famous while using the most modern building techniques and materials available. The 44's profile, with large windows and mahogany toe rail and trim, is as pretty as ever. The stem has just the right amount of curve, and her long hullsides warp aft into a tight tumblehome. Individuals wishing to avoid the hassles of a large boat and a crew will find that the 44's extra-wide sidedecks and ingeniously disguised handrails make moving fore and aft easier. The partially enclosed bridge deck offers an air conditioned helm station that provides protection from the elements. A center door leads inside, but that outdoor feeling isn't lost. "The idea with the large windows is to make the saloon light and airy so you feel you are outside when you are inside. On a lot of boats you are either in the wind or in a dark little hole. That doesn't happen on this boat.The Huckins Atlantic 44 has a classic look but her construction belongs to a new era. The company uses fiberglass composite core construction from keel to cabin top, and the equipment list boasts the latest in marine technology. The Huckins signature Quadraconic hull is renowned for its fast and dry ride, small bow rise during acceleration, and shallow draft. From standstill, the 44 accelerates quickly to a top speed of 30 knots, with never more than 3 degrees of bow rise. On plane she rides with no pounding and dry decks. At her 2400 rpm cruising speed, she clips along at 26 knots.
Taboo is a single stateroom Atlantic model with teak paneling throughout and a teak & holly sole. The master stateroom is forward with a custom arrangement of port and starboard berths, and a large cedar lined hanging locker athwartship in the forepeak. The built-in L shaped settee in the spacious saloon is covered in leather and conceals a hide-a-bead which will accomodate two. Aft of the master stateroom and on the same level, a U shaped galley is located to port, and the spacious head compartment with a stall shower is opposite.Further aft and up two steps is the saloonwith an L-shaped settee to starboard and two occasional chairs opposite. There is a custom teak hi-lo table in front of the settee for dining. Aft and to port is a custom cabinet designed to house a TV and stereo system. Up three steps and aft to the bridge deck, the helm is to starboard with a companion seat opposite. This helm area is air conditioned and is enclosed with a bulkhead immediately aft of the helm seats. The area aft of the helm station is covered but open on three sides and is furnished with four comfortable outdoor chairs. There is a custom wet-bar located to starboard immediately aft of the helm station bulkhead. Aft and down two steps from the open bridge deck is the cockpit.
But more than her individual features, the attraction of the Huckins Atlantic 44 is the timeless appeal of her classic good looks and deft handling.
Air conditioning: 16,000 BTU each for saloon and helm station. 9,000 BTU for forward stateroom and head. Raritan Atlantes head and 28 gallon holding tank. Engines and generator have been serviced annually.
3482 Lakeshore Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32210