For Sale: Hatteras Yachts M90 Panacera

This four-stateroom Hatteras M90 Panacera is a 2019 build with a $10.3 million asking price.
Hatteras M90 Panacera
Twin 1,900 hp Caterpillar C-32A diesels with just 500 hours on them give Jetstream a reported 24.7-knot top-end speed. Courtesy Atlantic Yacht and Ship

The Hatteras Yachts M90 Panacera called Jetstream is listed with Atlantic Yacht & Ship for $10.3 million. The 2019 build has an options list that totals more than $2 million. The motor yacht has a four-stateroom, five-head layout that sleeps 10.

This motor yacht can go the distance or go quickly. Captain’s choice. Twin 1,900 hp Caterpillar C-32A diesels provide power on Jetstream, giving it a reported 24.7-knot top speed and a 22-knot cruise speed. The engines have just 500 hours on them. Jetstream also has a Bahamas-friendly 5-foot-7-inch draft.

Hatteras M90 Panacera
The salon’s white-oak sole adds a modern sensibility to the interior. Courtesy Atlantic Yacht and Ship

This Hatteras M90 Panacera has the performance, but it also has luxury cruising comfort. The salon feels thoroughly modern, thanks in part to the white-oak sole and light-tone furnishings. Frameless house-spanning windows and indirect lighting adds a sense of elegance and enhances the salon’s open feeling.

There is an L-shaped sofa to starboard that faces sliding glass doors leading to a foldout balcony to port. A formal dining table with a Release Marine table accommodating eight people for dinner is forward of the salon. Internal stairs facing aft lead from the salon to the bridge.

Hatteras M90 Panacera
Formal dining is for eight guests. Note the flybridge access via the internal stairway. Courtesy Atlantic Yacht and Ship

The country galley is forward of the formal dining area and has a dinette, an island countertop with waterfall effect on the port and starboard ends, upgraded Wolf appliances, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, a wine cooler to port forward in galley, stowage, a 20-inch TV in forward corner of the dinette with Crestron controls and appliance panels made to match the cabinetry.

All of this yacht’s sleeping accommodations are belowdecks, including the full-beam amidships master stateroom, which is reportedly 22 inches bigger than a typical M90 Panacera master stateroom. It has a king-size berth, a 65-inch flat-screen TV, stowage and an en suite head with heated soles. It’s worth noting the king berth in the master stateroom has stowage underneath and is set on electrically powered actuators for easy access.

Hatteras M90 Panacera
The flybridge helm has 24-inch Garmin displays and joystick control. Courtesy Atlantic Yacht and Ship

The forepeak VIP stateroom has a centerline queen berth and an en suite head with heated soles. Both the port and starboard guest stateroom has three twin berths, though the two lower berths slide together to form a queen berth. Both staterooms also have en suite heads with heated soles.

When it comes to outside spaces, this M90 Panacera’s cockpit has a shaded alfresco dining space with a bench seat, two tables and loose chairs for dining for 10 guests. Side decks lead to the foredeck where everyone will find facing bench seats with a fixed table between them set abaft a three-person sun pad, creating a great lounge space to take in the sunset. During the day, drop in poles and a sunshade for a relaxing nap.

Hatteras M90 Panacera
Casual dining space with room to spare is found on the flybridge. See the fold-down TV? Courtesy Atlantic Yacht and Ship

This 90-footer’s flybridge has an open-air aft section that has a sun shade, fixed table and loose chairs–giving guests yet another option for alfresco dining. Forward is the enclosed area with an L-shaped settee and two fixed coffee tables to starboard. The two-seat helm is forward and to starboard. To port, guests have another alfresco dining spot with a bench seat, a fixed table and loose chairs with room for eight. A U-shaped sofa is to port of the upper helm station in case guests want to chat with the captain en route to the next waypoint.

Jetstream has a crew quarters that is accessible via the transom door.

Other notable features on board Jetstream include CAT360 joystick controls, a washer and dryer combination, HattCON ship management system with full control and dimmable smart glass, navigation, and AV upgrades, three 24-inch Garmin screens with one 22-inch flat mount, KVH HD11 large dish system, KVH V11-HTS – satcom and internet, GP link SAT tracking, KVH LTE cell data system, Cell booster – WeBoost, Video streaming controls on mobile app, USB ports in all cabins, IPAD Crestron controls in all staterooms, Lumishore underwater camera, 11 Hattcon PTZ cameras (engine room, salon, galley, mast, aft deck ceiling, Digital Chain counter and display, Flir Nightvison Camera, Dual Icom Radios, Zero-speed stabilizer system, and dual 40 kW Kohler Generators with 1,180 hours on the port generator and 980 hours on starboard the starboard generator and more.

Hatteras M90 Panacera
The four staterooms are all found belowdecks, including the full-beam owners’ stateroom. Courtesy Atlantic Yacht and Ship

From the Yachting Archive: Hatteras Yachts Launches M90 Panacera

“Taking design cues from the M75, the M90 is built for at-sea entertaining with an unobstructed main-deck floor plan and wide-open flybridge. he salon’s sole stretches free and clear from the cockpit’s sliding glass doors through to the dining table for eight just abaft the day head and atrium galley. There is port- and starboard-side access to the galley.” – Yachting, October 2017

Hatteras M90 Panacera
A foldout balcony accessed via sliding doors from the salon provides unique vistas. Courtesy Atlantic Yacht and Ship

Where is Jetstream located? The yacht is currently lying in Key Largo, Florida.

Take the next step: contact the listing agent, Chris Carroll, 954-303-5604,

Quick Specifications

  • Length Overall: 90′
  • Maximum Beam: 22’6″
  • Fuel Capacity: 3,285 Gal.
  • Draft: 6’2″