Custom built by Hatteras in 2002 as an upgraded version of the 54’ Hatteras Convertible model, True Grits is packed with fishing-related features and is in mint condition.
She has been meticulously maintained by her owner ensuring the yacht is always tournament ready. Her many upgrades make her stand out from her peers and include 21 kW generators, an Athwartship master stateroom layout, Bluewater fighting chair and rocket launcher, custom 75 gallon live well, custom teak sole and covering boards in the cockpit, and a three‐camera system that can record and save all the action. She truly is the best buying prospect of this style and size of yacht on the market today.
True Grits is able to welcome six on board, with three ensuite cabins – the Master, a VIP double and twin bunk room for crew. The spacious and inviting Master’s athwartship layout delivers more space than the standard layout for this model, while the Queen VIP located forward is another generously proportioned space. The main saloon is a welcoming space to gather, with a u-shaped dinette, bar/galley, lounge seating and a 42’ television. Classic styling features materials including Amtico teak flooring, cherry wood, marbles and leather.
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With a yachting background that spans forty years, Roy Sea has expertise in many of the world’s leading yacht brands and brokerages: Broward, Burger Boat Company, Christensen, Feadship, Jarrett Bay Yacht Sales (Hatteras, Grand Banks and Albemarle), Merrill Stevens, Ocean Alexander, Palmer Johnson, Vicem USA and Viking to name but a few.
Roy’s experience includes technical skills critical to advising clients buying and selling yachts and considering new yacht construction. He holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering, a B.A. in Economics and an MBA. He worked for the U.S. Navy’s Diving and Ocean Engineering Department, with secret security clearance, testing and operating equipment.
He’s also sailed the Atlantic, dived to 290’—and authored engineering papers on diving— worked as a project manager for the cleanup of the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Prince William Sound and has held a U.S. Coast Guard Ocean Operators License since 1972.