SirenS is a 1979 53 Yacht Fisherman, Series I. Introduced by Hatteras in 1978, she was described as "a versatile cruiser" with a "carefully planned marriage of cockpit convenience to motor yacht comfort." The vessels were built on the same proven hull as the 53 Motor Yacht. There were optional floor plans available; SirenS is the 3 stateroom/3 head floor plan. The mid stateroom was built as an office, with a privacy door. A companionway door makes that stateroom ensuite to the master stateroom. It could be refitted to include a berth. SirenS has spacious and comfortable exterior spaces, is easy to maneuver around with wide sidewalks and two helm doors, and classic Hatteras interior spaces, with an updated galley.
The sky-blue bimini top was new in May, 2021. The teak handrails were refinished in the Spring of 2021. SirenS made the trip from Palm Coast, FL to Vero Beach, FL in June, 2021 and the engines and mechanicals are functioned properly.
In Greek mythology, the Sirens lured sailors with their enchanting music and singing voices; they were thought to be able to charm the wind. Will you be charmed by SirenS?
Draft: 4 ft. 0 in.
Beam: 15 ft. 10 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 825
Water tank capacity: 235
Holding tank capacity: 100
Standard features: CONSTRUCTION - INFORMATION PROVIDED BY BUILDER
The Hatteras 53' Yacht Fisherman is constructed of molded polyester resin with woven E-type fiberglass cloth. The boat has a solid fiberglass bottom and deep keel; hull sides are of a sandwiched construction cored with balsa, as are the decks. The four full length stringers are fiberglass over a foam core glassed to the hull. Engine beds are 5" aluminum channel bolted to the stringers. The hull to deck joint is a "shoe box" style which is chemically and mechanically fastened. There are three watertight, marine plywood bulkheads glassed to the hull. While all Hatteras models come out of the mold with a gel coat finish, the factory then paints the boat for a more attractive and durable finish.
VESSEL WALK THROUGH
The cockpit on SirenS can be boarded from the swim platform via a door in the transom, over the gunnels into the cockpit, or at the port or starboard amidship boarding gates. There are teak steps to the covered raised aft deck. Dual teak doors on the centerline provide access to the salon. Wing doors on either side allow access to the side decks, and forward to the bow. A ladder to starboard leads to the flybridge.
The interior helm is on centerline forward of the salon. The doors on either side provide additional access to the side decks and to the bow.
A curved staircase to starboard leads into the galley and dinette. An ensuite stateroom with over/under bunks is forward. A companionway, between the two separate engine rooms is aft. A door closes the entire aft interior space to the rest of the vessel. The mid stateroom is to port. Two heads, with a shared shower stall, are to starboard. The master stateroom, with a private access to the head is aft.
Surrounded by large windows on all sides, the salon of SirenS allows for fantastic views while cruising. Two of the windows, with screens, can be opened for ventilation. The area measures 15' x 11' in and is approximately 165 sf. It features: two reclining chairs with a table and lamp to starboard, a full sized free-standing sofa to port, a wood coffee table, and a carpeted sole. The interior is the classic teak finish throughout, as with all Hatteras yachts of this era. Some of the teak does need refinishing.
The entertainment center is aft, to port, with a flat screen TV, and VCR and CD players.
The lower helm is forward in the salon, on centerline.
Port and starboard doors give easy access to the side decks. A large 29" stainless steel ship's wheel suits the classic helm perfectly on SirenS. The fully outfitted helm station includes: Morse Engine Controls, Analog Engine Gauges (Tach, Oil Pressure, Gear Pressure, Water Temp., Volt Meter), Richie Wet Compass, (3) Windshield Wipers, Manual Fire Extinguishing System Discharge, Parallel Start Switch, Rudder Angle Indicator, Bilge Pump Indicator Lights, Jabsco Spotlight Control, Bennett Trim Tab Control, Electrical Panels For AC & DC Systems, DC Lighting.
GALLEY AND DINETTE
The galley/dinette area on SirenS is located forward of the salon, and is accessed via the starboard side curved staircase, down 5 steps.
The galley has been renovated on SirenS including: granite counter-top and back-splash, stainless steel sink with a faucet with sprayer, GE side-by-side refrigerator/freezer, GE Profile Advantium 120 Convection Microwave, and GE Profile glass surface cook-top with 4 burners. There is abundant storage throughout, including lockers with sliding fronts, overhead storage lockers, drawers, pot drawers, a hanging wine glass rack, and storage under the sink. There are sliding windows with lined curtains with matching valances. The sole is vinyl and has an access hatch to the generator
The dinette is to starboard, across from the galley, and features: dark blue leatherette seating with storage, a wood table top, and additional storage.
The large master suite on SirenS is aft. The companionway to the master suite goes between the two engine rooms. The entire suite has a carpeted sole, and teak joinery. The queen sized berth is athwartship, from port. It is flanked by cabinets with drawer storage. The wall to starboard has a large locker, built-in drawers, a built-in TV, a full-length mirror, and access to the ensuite head. Natural lighting is provided by the two opening portlights and the large aft hatch. The air conditioning is currently being provided by a portable unit.
AFT HEADS-MASTER AND GUEST
The master head and aft guest head are a mirror image of each other. The two heads share a common stall shower with frosted doors for privacy. The doors are etched with SirenS. The master head is entered from the master stateroom. The aft guest head is entered from the companionway, ad is the starboard across from the office/stateroom.
Both heads feature: Formica Counter w/Sink & Faucet, Raritan Electric Head, Storage Unit w/Sliding Mirrored Front, Upper Mirror, Opening Portlight, Lower Storage, Electric Outlets, Lighting, and Towel Bars.
The shared shower features: Handheld Shower, Opening Portlight in Shower, and Lighting,
The third stateroom on SirenS was constructed as an office, but could be refit for a third stateroom. It has a privacy door, but an additional door at the end of the companionway closes the entire aft area off from the rest of the vessel. The office features a large desktop area, with a space built-in for a chair. The sole is carpeted. Two opening portlights provide natural light. There are drawers for storage, a large hanging locker, and a full-length mirror. In keeping with the rest of SirenS the joinery is teak
This guest stateroom on SirenS is just forward of the galley area and features upper and lower berths and an ensuite head. The stacked washer/dryer unit is in a lighted cabinet to starboard, within the guest stateroom. There is a dresser unit to port with drawers, and a narrow locker with shelves. There are three opening portlights, as well as a ceiling hatch. The sole is carpeted. There is a full-length mirror which highlights the teak joinery. The anchor locker access is also located in the guest stateroom.
This ensuite guest head on SirenS features a separate shall shower with bi-fold door and a hand-held shower head. A portlight in the shower provides natural light and ventilation. Other features include: Formica Counter w/Sink & Faucet, Raritan Electric Head, Medicine Cabinet w/Mirrored Front, Lower Storage Locker w/Sliding Front, and Towel Racks.
The flybridge of SirenS is well laid out with the helm aft and a bench seat forward. There are two pedestal seats for the captain and mate, with new vinyl cushions. A large bimini top, new in May of 2021, is attached to a custom aluminum frame. A large dockbox is mounted aft of the helm chairs. The ladder to the aft deck has a hatch cover.
The helm station includes: SS Destroyer Style Wheel, Morse Engine Controls, Analog Engine Gauges (Tach, Oil Pressure, Gear Pressure, Water Temp., Volt Meter), Parallel Start Switch, Rudder Angle Indicator, Bilge Pump Indicator Lights, Jabsco Spotlight Control, Bennett Trim Tab Control, and a Full Helm Cover.
AFT DECK AND COCKPIT
The cockpit on SirenS gives superb access for water actives, docking duties and boarding the vessel from floating docks. Additional storage is available in the cockpit lazarette. The deck is sand-colored non-skid.
With 19" wide decks and waist high handle rails, Hatteras has designed a proper on-deck arrangement that is practical and safe. Covered side and aft decks along with hinged wing doors give some protection from the elements. There are sufficient cleats for docking.
Twin Detroit Diesel 8V-71 TI (425hp each)Diesel Engines
Allison M20 2:1 Reduction Gears
2003 12.5kw Phasor Generator w/145 Hours
2" Split Propeller Shafts w/Spare Stub Shaft
Bronze Rudders & Struts
Dual Bronze Intermediate Struts Per Shaft
Fiberglass Shaft & Rudder Logs w/flax Packed Bronze Stuffing Boxes
Air Compressor Take-Off From Port Engine
Marine Air Air Conditioning Systems: (2) 16,000 BTU & (2) 10,000 BTU, All Split Units
Fuel System Priming Pumps
Racor 1000 Series Fuel Filters w/Vacuum Gauges
Remote Engine Monitoring Gauges In Engine Rooms
Groco Bronze Sea Water Strainers
(3) Fiberglass Fuel Tanks
(2) Fiberglass Water Tanks
(2) Fiberglass Holding Tank
Hynautic Hydraulic Steering
Fuel Manifold System
Bennett Hydraulic Trim Tabs
Glenndinning Engine Synchronizer
(4) Rule 2000 GPH Bilge Pumps with Float Switches
(2) Manual Hand Operated Bilge Pumps
(2) Shower Sump Pump
(3) Galley Maid Head Pumps
(2) Engine Room Blowers
(2) Fresh Water Pumps w/Accumulator Tank & Filters
13 Gallon Water Heater
Bronze Thru-Hull Fitting w/Bronze ball Valves
Kohler Generator under the galley
32v DC Service
220v & 120v Dockside AC Service
AC & DC Electrical Panels w/ Volt & Amp Meters
Reverse Polarity Indicator
Navigational Lighting System
(2) Life Rings
High Water Bilge Alarm
Dual Trumpet Air Horns
The personal items of the seller are excluded from the sale.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.