Boat Name: Dirt Pit
Make/Year: 2009 60′ Hatteras
About: The most complete 60ft sportfish on the market! This particular 60, 60C218 was built specifically under the direction of a veteran owner’s understanding of exactly what the full requirements are in sportfishing and sport cruising. From the custom helm and cockpit to the 3 stateroom/3 head layout, the attention to extended cruising and fishing details were on the mark. Maintained impeccably by a veteran full-time captain, this 60 is still unmatched in its construction and constant first class condition.
Featuring a blend of masculine battlewagon with warmth and style. Upon entering the spacious salon and galley, the deep rich high gloss cherry walls, the solid granite surfaces and subtle sofa and dinette just speaks volumes. Supported with 3 staterooms below, it’s ideal for owners and friends to experience the best in its class… even while cruising at 32+ knots!
Remarkable high gloss cherry wood expertly crafted throughout! Enjoy the large L-shaped custom sofa with storage, L-shaped dinette and spacious galley with huge drawers.
Galley and Dinette
The galley features three under-counter Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer units. A four-burner ceramic cook top and microwave/convection oven provide plenty of food preparation options, while deep storage drawers in the galley’s fascia offer an abundance of space. Amtico teak and holly strip flooring with custom layout and solid-surface countertops and backsplashes give the galley an elegant look with long-lasting durability. To starboard, a large dinette features an L-shaped lounge with storage underneath. The dining table features a solid-surface top with decorative pedestal.
Master Stateroom and Head
Forward of the salon through the spacious wide companion way and to the port. The master stateroom continues with the winning blend. Warm, spacious and functional with ample storage and a full berth with ensuite full head. The large master head has private access to the stateroom. Blended with cherry trim upgraded wall coverings and full bowed face vanity with storage above and below with custom granite surface.
- Make: Hatteras
- Model: 60 Convertible
- Condition: Used
- Category: Power
- Builder: Hatteras
- Construction: Fiberglass
- Length Overall: 60 ft
- Beam: 19 ft
- Backup Electronics
- Furuno Sonar Upgraded Systems
- Hydraulic bow thruster
- Cruising Speed: 34
- Max Speed: 39
- Fuel: 1800
- Fresh Water: 200
- And many more!
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Hatteras Village Offshore — It is with great sadness that we, the tournament committee for the Hatteras Village Offshore Open (HVOO), must cancel this year’s tournament which was scheduled for May 12th – 16th. On April 21st, Dare County announced the staged entry of non-resident property owners beginning May 4th and extended our “Stay Home – Stay Healthy” order until May 22, 2020. No word has yet to be given on when visitors will be permitted to access Dare County. We wish we had better news to share but realize that we are all having to make sacrifices during this unprecedented time.
To our participants, we are going to miss seeing you all, those who have been fishing the HVOO for years and those who were going to be joining us for the first time. We will be doing everything in our power to make next year’s tournament the best yet and trust that you will come back and join us!
To our sponsors, your involvement throughout the years is appreciated more than you know. It is through your support that we are able to fund scholarships for Hatteras Village residents to further their education and also make donations to many of the other non-profit organizations here on Hatteras Island. We will be reaching out to you each individually to discuss options.
We hope that everyone will be able to get back out on the water soon. There are some other great tournaments coming up in the North Carolina Governor’s Cup and we wish everyone calm seas and tight lines.
For more information, please visit https://www.hvoo.org
Engineered for the angler who demands more, the 45EX Sportfish offers the legendary Hatteras experience in a versatile Express edition. Outfitted to be an imposing, yet nimble tournament-style force on the water, the 45EX offers outriggers, an arsenal of amenities and the choice of tower/bridge options. The vessel combines a spacious platform for entertainment, with many its many fishing attributes and functionalities.
- LOA: 44’7″
- Beam: 16’6″
- Draft (with Props): 4’0″
- Standard Engines (additional options available): Twin Cat C-12A Diesel Engines (715 MHP / 705 BHP each)
- Fuel Capacity: 800 gal
- Freshwater Capacity: 100 gal
- Weight Displacement: 49,700 lbs.
LINES ARE IN THE WATER FOR DAY 4!
61st Annual Big Rock Tournament- There’s a total of 184 boats entered and the 2019 overall purse is a record-breaking $2.86 million!
Good luck to all the participants! Check back to InTheBite for updates or follow the tournament live through Reel Time Apps.
Day 4, June 13- Updated as of 11:40a.m.
UPDATE: There is 1 boat fishing today, Paved For, tight lines guys!
Day 3, June 12
1 of 3 blue marlin releases ANNIE O has racked up so far this week- putting them 1st in the Release Division
Day 2, June 11th
DAY 1 , JUNE 10TH
LA ROMANA DOM. REP.
March 18th 2019
For the second consecutive year, the North Carolina team wins the Marina Casa de Campo Open fishing tournament. The crew and anglers aboard the Builders Choice are champions of the third version of the Marina Casa de Campo Open, organized by Marina Casa de Campo and directed by Robert “Fly” Navarro.
The team aboard the Cabana (Fenwick Island, DE) won second place and the team aboard the Auspicious (Palm Beach, FL) won third place. Elaine “Lainey” Jones (Mama Who) won the Lady Angler category. The tournament ended with 21 Blue Marlins and two White Marlins released for 23 Billfish released in the two days of fishing.
The MCDC Open had 12 sport fishing boats competing, all the participants and guests enjoyed the various activities that started with a welcoming cocktail in the Casa de Campo Yacht Club, home of the perpetual tournament trophy.
On the first fishing day, 12 Blue Marlins were released, out of which five were released by the champions, followed by Cabana with two Blue Marlin releases and Fa-La-Me with one Blue Marlin and one White Marlin. The first day of the tournament ended with a BBQ at the Yacht Club accompanied by good music.
The second fishing day had lines in the water at 8:00AM; fishing began with a Blue Marlin double, released by Shark Byte at 8:50AM. Cabana released a Blue Marlin at 11:56AM, which automatically positioned them in second place. The three Blue Marlins released by Auspicious were released in the afternoon and placed them in third place, the last one being released just an hour before the end of the tournament.
The awards ceremony was celebrated in La Romana Country Club with a fabulous dinner and an after party with a live band and a DJ.
Marina Casa de Campo would like to extend its gratitude to all the participants and sponsors of the event. Next year the tournament will be held from March 12th-14th with more interesting novelties that will make this tournament a must during the 2020 Casa de Campo Fishing Season.