Whenever you talk about motor
yachts - especially older ones - the general concensus is that a Hattaras is the best boat
in terms of workmanship, value, value retention, etc. It appears to be the gold standard in the motor
I'm looking to get a boat
that I can liveaboard
on by myself, and am looking to find a catamaran
that would fit the "Hattaras gold standard" of catamarans.
Someone posted a great analogy in another thread about how "a well-built older home is better than a newer-built one that is poorly built" and that really resonated with me.
I'm looking in the $125k price
range (but I can go as high as $200k if the right one comes along) and 35'-45' size range. My purpose would be for cruising (I live in Florida), and would also like to go to the Bahamas
, Turks & Caicos, as well as the rest of the Eastern/Southern Caribbean