IYC’s Chany Sabates III Sells Hatteras My Enchanted

YachtingJournal.com
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
My Enchanted (Photo: IYC)

IYC announced that Chany Sabates has acted for the seller in the sale of the 75’ (22.9m) Hatteras My Enchanted in cooperation with Talbot Freeman of Talbot Freeman & Associates representing the buyer.

Enchanted, 75’ (22.9) Hatteras Sport Deck MY, 2002/2012

Asking Price: $1,345,000

Enchanted is a classic 75’ (22.9m) Hatteras four-stateroom yacht fashioned in the Sport Deck tradition and featuring many of the fine appointments Hatteras represents. Enchanted’s interior was designed by Marc Michaels and has four roomy staterooms for owners and guests. The exterior is well planned with Euro-style starboard-side curved transom steps that lead to a large protected swim platform and walk-in lazarette storage area. Enchanted cruises comfortably at 23 knots with a maximum speed of 27. Her 2012 refit included all new soft goods, bottom painting, engine and stabilizer servicing.
 

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