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Comments for GENOVEVA II (3)

  1. #1 captwoodyb
    Good looking yacht. I have a hard top on my 53classic 1972.FBMY. Considering closing in the flybridge similar to your configuration. Did you design the enclosure ? Capt Woody Baltimore
  2. #2 yachtman
    Capt. Woody, I owned the 64' motor yacht before the enclosed flybrige. This boat has an interesting past, as I found the "64" in stuart, Florida and sold it to a friend and went through a massive refit and adding the cockpit and many additions. The original owner had sold the boat and after a few owners bought it back and continued adding updated, including the upper pilot house. If you are interested I will go back in my pic,s and continue a dialog, including what info I have. Do you have the currant owners name and address as I am sure he would like to know the info.
  3. #3 hipirihop
    Dear Yachtman,

    Just today I realized that you had commented the picture of GENOVEVA II in the Sams marine forum, the Hatteras 64 motor yacht that you owned in the past, I would love to know the information you have on the boat, it would be very helpful for us, if you have old pictures it would be great also.
    Our story with the boat begins in 2007, we are from Chile and we were looking for a bigger boat to replace our 58M/Y, our family always loved the 64ft arrangement so we were decided to look for a 64 in the market, we had the opportunity to look at one 64 before finding Genoveva II, it was a nice 64, but when we saw Genoveva II we loved her at first sight, we cruise down in northern Patagonia, so the enclosed flybridge and the extended cockpit were perfect for our intensions. We bought the boat and stayed in US till June 2008 when we start our trip cruising down to Chile. The trip was amazing, from Ft. Lauderdale we went to Bimini, Chub cay, Nassau, Highborne, George Town (Bahamas), Jamaica, Panama, Ecuador, Peru and finally Chile. The boat and engines behave incredible during the whole trip. We add to the engines around 600hrs in the trip, I arrived to our hailing port of Puerto Montt on March 7, 2009. The experience of the trip was incredible and I will never forget it.
    I would be very happy if you could give me any information possible on engines, generators, and the boats life. It is a great boat!!!!

    Best regards,

    Ricardo Carrasco