I think this shows it, the hatch edges are much thicker than the previous version (the back edge is less than a 1/4", close to an 1/8" I'd say). So I figured I'd just move the hinges, but then it moves it back too far and it hits the mast step. There is really no room to move it back at all.
The best option I think will be to trace the hinges onto the hatch when it is ready to go and router out the area where the hinges go. There shouldn't be too much weight on the hinges, so I think the thinner part of teak could handle it.
This picture shows how close the hinges are to the edge of the lip. Very close! It also shows why the hinges can't be moved back, as the hatch would be blocked by the mast step (and the mast, if it were there).