Hyatt Yachts were built by Trans World Yacht Builders in Taiwan from 1988 until 2001. The Hyatt models were built in lengths from 37’ to 63’. Our offering, a 47 Cockpit Motor Yacht, was built in 1994. This boat is #29 of that series and quite likely the last one built. Trans World began building beautiful yachts, using the finest Burmese teak, back in 1976, and they are still building yachts today, with their current range of motor yachts from 53’ to 116’. Today, they are proud to be considered one of the few true luxury yacht builders in Taiwan.
Some similar looking builders, if you aren’t familiar with the Hyatt line, would be Tollycraft, Ocean Alexander and Californian. For many boaters an aft cabin motor yacht with a cockpit is the best of two worlds. Combining the spaciousness and privacy afforded by having the staterooms at opposite ends- along with the convenience of a usable aft cockpit- checks a lot of boxes for people.
BAKÁN is an excellent example of this timeless classic design. Her owner has had her for almost twenty years and has made many improvements to her. He began making the Great Loop (which was his goal), but life got in the way and now he must pass the baton to her next caretaker.
BAKÁN is a great boat for so many things, from live-aboard to entertaining and cruising. As a Looper boat, she is an awesome platform to experience that wonderful adventure on.
If you have been looking for a comfortable live-aboard, want to start cruising or have been dreaming of doing the Loop yourself, BAKÁN is certainly worthy of your personal inspection.
Call and make an appointment to come see her today!
Forward guest stateroom: As you enter this cabin, the offset double is angled and on port. Beneath the berth are drawers; to the right of it is a changing seat. To the right of the changing seat is a hanging locker. At the forward end are shelf cubbies on either side and access to the anchor locker at the foot of the bed. There is an overhead hatch and a pair of portholes in this space for additional ventilation.
Forward head: The forward head is located on port between the dinette and the forward stateroom. The head is at an angle to the right; the curved countertop and integral molded sink are to the left along the hull. There are lockers beneath the counter and a mirror above, with lockers above that. The quick-disconnect shower wand and hose provide showering in here when desired, with a wall-mounted bracket for the shower head.
Galley: This is a galley down configuration, with the galley on starboard and the dinette on port. The dinette top will lower to make a double berth when needed; the opposing seating has storage beneath the seat cushions. Along the hull there are lockers at either end of the seats down low, with a shelf space and two glass doored lockers above. Between the lockers is an opening port in the hullside and a top loading locker in the shelf space.
Across from the dinette is the U-shaped galley. As you enter and to your left, there is a three burner LPG stove; beneath it is a dishwasher. There is a stack of drawers to the right of that and a countertop access storage locker to the right of that. Above them are two double door lockers with shelves- great storage!
Moving around along the hullside is a deep double sink, with double-doored storage beneath it. To the right of the sink is another top-loading storage space in the countertop. Above are two open shelf spaces and an opening port for ventilation.
Around to the right of that is the full upright refrigerator and freezer. There is an additional chest freezer located on the sundeck.
Salon: The salon is entered from the sundeck stairway. As you enter, there is a massage chair and a sleep sofa to port; the sofa makes into a double bed when needed. A spindled railing is open to the dinette below; that and the open space on top of the cabinetry on starboard lend the space to a much more open feel.
Across on port, the L-shaped cabinetry provides counter space along the hullside and lots of storage. The L portion, oriented towards center, has a locker with shelves beneath it. The diagonal corner has open shelving beneath it. Continuing around along the hull, a large smoked acrylic door provides access to the electrical panels. To the right of that is a pair of double doors with shelving behind them.
The entire area feels open and inviting; rich teak paneling and joiner work, off white countertops and ceiling, custom teak blinds and lots of light all around. The forward windows have Textilene sunshade covers to let the light in and keep the heat out.
Master stateroom: The master stateroom is located aft and downstairs from the salon. The walk-around queen berth has a nightstand table with lockers beneath it and a double doored locker along the hull on the port side. There is a step and access to the aft cockpit on the starboard side. Overhead there are fiddles shelves and a locker.
The starboard side of the cabin has a long countertop and mirror along the length of the cabin, with drawer and locker storage beneath it. At the foot of the bed on the forward end of the cabin is a dressing table with three drawers and a large mirror above that.
Master stateroom head: Access to the ensuite master head is on the port side of the cabin. As you enter, the toilet is to your right and the countertop and integral molded sink to your left. There is a large mirror above the toilet and another mirror above the counter. Double doors are beneath the counter and three lockers above it. To the left is the separate shower stall.
Sundeck: The sundeck is accessed via wing doors off the side decks, the ladder from the aft cockpit, or the stairway from the salon. There is a wet bar with a sink, counter space, storage lockers beneath and an icemaker. The sundeck is fully enclosed and screened in. There is a door and ladder to access the aft cockpit and a stairway to access the flybridge.
Flybridge: The flybridge is accessed via stairs and a door from the sundeck. Guest seating is great, with seat along the aft and both outboard sides of the bridge. There are lazarettes beneath both outboard seating areas. The swivel helm seat has arms and there is a footrest under the wheel. Storage lockers are on either side of the helm. The whole helm space is well laid out and organized. The fully enclosed bridge is bright and airy, with U-Zip window panels on all four sides for as much or as little ventilation as you want.
Owner’s personal effects and any items not specifically described in this listing
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