OYSTER MARINE LTD Oyster 625 (2019) for sale in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain

£1,920,547 GBP
Listed price €2,250,000 EURGet a foreign exchange quote


This Oyster Marine Ltd Oyster 625 is a 19.38m composite-constructed vessel located in Palma, Spain with a price tag of 2,250,000 EUR. The yacht features a custom laminate of E Glass, Kevlar and Carbon Fibre specially designed for the yacht by the Oyster Design Team’s own structural engineers to provide weight savings, strength and stiffness advantages. The deck is fitted with 48mm wide teak planks laid on epoxy glue, with recessed locker for anchor chain stowage. The vessel is also fitted with Centreboard keel, Volvo D4-180 engine, ZF63A gearbox, folding propeller, Lewmar torque rod steering, Sleipner bow and stern thrusters, 800AH Mastervolt Lithium batteries and more. The hull and deck have been serviced in 2020 and the topsides polished in July 2023. The yacht is in pristine condition, perfect for long distance travels and family getaways.

General information
Used sail boat for sale
£1,920,547 GBP | Listed price €2,250,000 EURGet a foreign exchange quote
Name of boat
Length overall
19.38 metres
5.43 metres
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain

About this OYSTER MARINE LTD Oyster 625



RCD Status: The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean”. Built to MCA Category 2 charter requirements, but YOLO has never chartered.


Hull Construction:

  • Composite construction, moulded from female tools.
  • The hull is moulded using a combination of vinylester and polyester resin with the outer topside finish in a white special NPG gelcoat.
  • The laminate material comprises a combination of E Glass, Kevlar and Carbon Fibre specially designed for the yacht by the Oyster Design Team’s own structural engineers.
  • This ‘custom’ laminate offers significant weight savings, strength and stiffness advantages over a normal GRP construction, carbon for weight and stiffness, Kevlar for impact resistance.
  • The topside laminate incorporates a high-tech, foam-cored, E-glass/Carbon sandwich above the waterline, for additional strength, stiffness and insulation. This ‘core’ is applied using a vacuum bagging technique.
  • Beneath the waterline there is a monolithic (single-skin) composite laminate, with an Aramid / Kevlar layer, reinforced with a matrix of stringers and floors.
  • There are BS1088 standard marine-ply structural bulkheads.
  • Additional reinforcements are included in the way of the keel recess, the keel longitudinals, mast bulkhead, P-bracket, forestay and hull stringers.
  • Limber holes and/or tubes are installed at appropriate points.
  • Stringers, bulkhead landings and floors are formed over a non-structural, inert, polyurethane foam.
  • Air Draft: 89’2” / 27.20m.
  • Double boot top lines executed in RAL 7040 Grey.
  • Cove line executed in RAL 7040 Grey.
  • Antifoul colour - Seajet 033 Shogun Dark Grey – re-antifouled July 2023 with new zincs and prop speed for the stern gear.
  • Topsides polished July 2023. Ceramic finishing on the superstructure 2023.


Deck Structure:

  • Moulded in GRP with a balsa core for strength and insulation. In load bearing areas the core is replaced with plywood for additional strength, and all load-bearing fittings have backing plates or large washers. Within the foredeck is a recessed locker for anchor chain stowage, which is fitted with hinged lids and a stainless steel, clamp-type locking device.
  • Within the aft deck there is a large locker to port, which will allow the stowage of two 13kg propane type or other bottled gas cylinders. This locker drains/vents overboard at both high and low levels and has a flush, hinged lid. A central, Solimar flush hatch with hinged lid and drain channels, rubber seal and positive closing, gives access to a full width, large lazarette locker. A pair of stainless steel gas struts are fitted to the lid.
  • Within the lazarette is a folding step and a hanging bar for rope stowage.
  • The aft deck incorporates - two flush Solimar hatches, one of which gives access to the aft cabin.
  • On the foredeck there is a teak laid flush hatch that gives access to the forward sail locker. There is a dedicated ladder on the bulkhead plus a warp stowage rail.


Hull and Deck Connection:

  • The hull to deck connection is achieved by bonding the deck onto the return flange of the hull.
  • The deck edge incorporates a bulwark. The top of this bulwark has a clean GRP finish.
  • Stanchions and cleats are mounted on the bulwark.
  • 6 x 38mm (1.5") internal scupper drains are installed along the deck edge.


Deck Finishes:

  • Sidedecks, forward coachroof, winch coamings, cockpit seats, cockpit sole, helmsman's seats and areas either side of the main companionway are trimmed with laid teak. The teak decking is laid in approximately 48mm wide teak planking, using quarter-sawn planks and no visible fastenings, laid on epoxy glue. Planking is nibbed into the king plank and the decking is installed with margin boards around hatches, dorade vents, cabin sides and major deck fittings.
  • All locker hinges, catches and fillers are recessed into teak planking, where appropriate.


Bathing Platform:

  • The stern design incorporates a recessed platform, trimmed with laid teak. There a fold-down stainless steel bathing/boarding ladder with oval treads. The ladder is fitted with a lanyard and retaining pin for retrieval/stowage. The platform is accessed via an integral stairway from the aft deck.
  • An Aqua Signal 41 stern navigation light is mounted on the transom.
  • There is a hot and cold freshwater deck shower (along with additional deck wash outlet) located in its own locker within the transom.


Eyebrow Detail:

  • The vessel is fitted with an eyebrow detail on the main saloon deckhouse, which combined with recessed windows lowers the apparent height of the main saloon. A pair of stainless steel grabrails are also fitted. The roof of the main saloon is fitted with recessed laid teak decking aft of the sprayhood rail. Forward of the sprayhood rail, the area has a non-slip finish.


Keel & Rudder:

  • Centreboard keel providing shallow draft potential. The hydraulic lifting centreboard folds into keel. It deploys by gravity and retracted hydraulically. There are no fixed connections so in the event of a grounding, the centerboard folds back into the keel stub without being damaged.
  • Keel position indicator at pedestal.
  • Twin balanced rudders with GRP blades, foam-filled, bonded to carbon rudder stocks. The steering gear is rack and pinion by Lewmar.
  • Lewmar torque rod steering is installed with a pair of pedestals each incorporating a 1.06m (42”) diameter Mini-Maxi type Carbon fibre, friction brake, and three bearing pedestal steering unit.
  • There is an emergency tiller that fits on top of either rudder stock from the after deck through the lazarette and onto the rudders.


Engine & Gearboxes:

  • A single Volvo D4-180, 4-cylinder, turbo-charged diesel engine, of maximum potential power of 132kW (180HP) at 2,800RPM is fitted. The gearbox is a ZF63A gearbox, which gives a reduction of 2.52:1.
  • The engine instruments include alarms for low oil pressure and high water temperature, plus a rev. counter, oil pressure and water temperature gauges.
  • A Halyard Marine GRP exhaust water separator and GRP water lock.
  • Aquadrive couplings are installed at the inboard end of the shaft and this coupling also incorporates a thrust bearing to absorb shaft thrust and increase gearbox life.
  • The engine is mounted on flexible mountings. The combination of this and the thrust bearing considerably helps to reduce noise and vibration whilst lessening fatigue in engine parts.
  • Duplex Racor fuel filter system 76-500.


Maintenance & Performance:

  • Engine hours approximately 3,300 July 2023.
  • Engine professionally serviced January 2023.


Propulsion & Steering:

  • Sleipner SP240, 15.5HP, 250mm tunnel bowthruster with joystick control.
  • Sleipner SRP 170 electric retractable stern thruster, including proportional control upgrade, with dedicated batteries and charger.
  • A 4-bladed, 660mm (26") diameter Brunton Varifold folding propeller is connected to the engine via a 51mm (2") diameter stainless steel propeller shaft, through a bronze cast P-bracket and a lip seal type shaft seal.
  • The stainless steel propeller shaft is designed to be withdrawn from the outboard end to facilitate maintenance. An anode is fitted to the shaft and on the propeller and there is an Ambassador Rope Cutter fitted on the shaft.


Hydraulic Power Pack:

  • Lewmar Commander 400-4 (twin motors) for mainsail, headsail furling & hydraulic outhaul function, staysail electric, centerboard raised hydraulically via dyneema line attached to the hydraulic piston.

Electrical Systems

Voltage Systems:

  • The yacht's DC electrical supply is 24v.
  • All electrics are connected to circuit breakers incorporated into a central panel system.
  • Heavy-duty battery switches are located near to the batteries behind the chart table seat.
  • Mains 220v AC circuit with ample sockets All sockets EURO type - standard socket locations as follows: 1 x aft cabin, 2 x galley, 1 x stbd aft single cabin, 1 x chart table (in facsia), 1 x stbd double cabin, 1 x forward double cabin. Total 7.
  • Additional Vimar 220V double outlet sockets as follows: 2 x saloon (in aft chainplate joinery), 3 x aft cabin (port & stbd by berth/headboard & on stbd side under berth) 1 x shaver socket in aft heads. Estimated price.
  • Euro double socket behind saloon seatback on port side for retrofit of TV.24 Volt three pin socket at port steering pedestal, with a large breaker at DC panel as socket may be used for inflation pump.
  • 12v cigar lighter type socket at chart table (total draw 10A max).
  • 1 x 32 Amp dockside power cable, 3-core double-insulated PVC.


Battery Banks:

  • 800 amp Mastervolt Lithium batteries 2021.
  • Engine start and generator start battery 12V "emergency" link.
  • Battery venting exit is swan-necked.
  • There is also a separate 12v generator starting battery.
  • All batteries are positively secured against inversion in the case of a knockdown.
  • All battery stowage areas are vented by fan assisted ducting to the exterior of the vessel.
  • Ship's domestic batteries are charged via the main engine alternator.
  • The generator starting battery is charged by its own alternator.


Battery Chargers/Inverters:

  • Mastervolt Chargemaster 220V-24V/100A battery charger with Masterview Easy control.
  • Second Mastervolt Chargemaster 24V/100A battery charger necessary with 600Ah battery bank.
  • 24/4000 -220V Mastervolt Inverter Mass sine wave. Inverter will not run heavy load items such as immersion heater/washing machine/ cooker/watermaker 2021.
  • Charles 93-IXFMR121-A isolation transformer to shorepower line 2 in lazarette.



  • The engine is fitted with a 115 Amp 12v alternator, for start battery charging.
  • Mastervolt 150 amp 24v high output alternator for domestic battery charging controlled by a Mastervolt Alpha Pro Regulator.



  • 1 x Onan MDKDP 13.5KW 220V-50Hz generator.
  • Generator Hours – approximately 1,857 July 2023.
  • Generator professionally serviced January 2023.
  • An exhaust water separator and waterlock are installed.
  • The unit has a remote start/stop and instrument panel at the chart table.


Shore Power:

  • A Hubbell socket shore power connection is located within a dedicated transom step locker.
  • Second shorepower lead fitted for aircon loads (Marinco ELCO sensing module).


Other Electrical:

  • Retro fit of solar panels.
  • A sacrificial zinc anode is bolted through the hull and grounded to a rudder bearing, P-bracket, engine and generator cooling water seacocks, gearbox and shaft log.

Plumbing Systems

  • Saltwater deckwash in anchor locker, c/w pump and strainer under forward cabin sole.
  • Hose outlet in aft step locker alongside hot and cold deck shower.


Fresh Water & Water Heating System:

  • Hot water is from an insulated 73 litres (approximately) tank heated by the engine's heat exchanger, or by a thermostatically-controlled 220v, 1.25kW immersion heater element powered by the generator or dockside power. A thermostatic safety blender valve and expansion tank are fitted.
  • The yacht's hot and cold pressurized freshwater system is supplied by a Marco UP6/E-DX water pump with PEX/PBT pipework and fittings.



  • 1 x Dessalator Duo 100 inc flushing system and remote panel.


Bilge Pumps:

  • Submersible KPM Predator 3500 (200l/min) emergency bilge pump. Bilge high water alarm at pedestal (different noise to engine alarm).
  • Low level bilge alarm with float switch, 1" above main bilge pump air switch. This switch is mounted in the bilge on an easily removable arm to facilitate maintenance.
  • Audible alarm and light over companionway.
  • Henderson MkV manual bilge pump (rated at 135 lpm) operated from the cockpit and fitted with metal deckplate.
  • Each bilge pump is fitted with a Whale type strum box of the appropriate size for that suction line and all suction lines can be lifted to enable debris to be cleared.



  • Saltwater intakes on the boat are divided into two bronze manifold systems, both in the main bilge area.
  • These units are linked bronze fabrications fed by two 51mm (2") strainers and seacocks.
  • This in turn supplies saltwater requirements to the aft end of the vessel, including engine and generator coolant, via individual isolating valves.
  • All seacocks are dezincification resistant (DZR) copper alloy quarter-turn ball valves with stainless steel handles and bronze through-hull fittings. The main engine and generator exhausts have GRP standpipes (without seacocks).
  • Wooden bungs are available for all seacocks.


  • Deck fillers for 2 x fuel and 2 x water tanks.
  • Fuel and water tanks (and blackwater tanks) are coupled to a BEP contents gauge.
  • Back-up, calibrated dipsticks are fitted and calibration charts supplied to all tanks.
  • Offshore instruments tank gauge for fuel and water tanks.
  • Water and fuel tank breathers are swan-necked.



  • Fuel supply is from two GRP tanks totalling approximately 1700 litres (374 gallons) installed under the deck saloon floor.
  • The tanks are fitted with a number of Polyvent 240mm diameter removable screw down inspection covers with O-ring seals to facilitate periodic maintenance.
  • Each tank has its own remote deck filler and separate breather.
  • GRP tanks are coated internally with inert gelcoat and are fitted with baffles.
  • There is a 24v fuel transfer system controlled from the DC switch panel and near the main tank’s dipstick.
  • Two Racor model 500 FG fuel filters/water separators operating using centrifugal action are installed with a warning light at the electrical panel - one for generator, one for engine.
  • They incorporate a water trap and drain cock.


Fresh Water:

  • Water supply is from two GRP tanks totalling approximately 1200 litres (264 gallons).
  • These tanks are treated with inert gelcoat, fitted with baffles and provided with Polyvent covers as per the fuel tanks.
  • The tanks are filled from separate remote deck fillers. An individual breather pipe is also fitted.


Grey/Blackwater Holding Tanks:

  • Showers and washbasins drain into small, local greywater sump tanks and are then evacuated by an electric Whale "Gulper" pump.
  • These pumps discharge directly overboard.
  • The galley sink also empties via an electric Whale "Gulper" pump.
  • These pumps are operated by Vimar rocker switches.
  • Shower boxes have float switches with a manual back-up switch.
  • Blackwater tanks to each head with seacocks capable of being locked in sensitive environments. Digital read outs in each head.


Gas Piping:

  • Gas quality, flexible hose to cooker, to allow cooker to be drawn forward for cleaning.
  • Supply line pipe size 12mm o.d. (1/2") soft, seamless copper.


Gas Valves & Regulators:

  • A gas regulator is fitted with a flexible proprietary connector to the bottle. An electric failsafe solenoid shut-off valve is installed in the gas line, within the gas bottle locker, with an illuminated, neon rocker switch to operate it, fitted in the galley.


Bottle Gas:

  • 2 x 13kg Calor propane cylinders.

Navigation Equipment

  • 2 x Raymarine i70S instruments.
  • Raymarine smart controller - wireless remote autopilot control.
  • Raymarine HD colour radar (4kW) radome.
  • Fit Airmar DST800 speed/depth transducer.
  • Raymarine AIS 650 Class B transceiver with dedicated GPS and VHF antenna.
  • Echomax Active XS dual band active radar target enhancer.
  • Airmar 220Wx weather station at masthead. Used as a weather station and backup GPS only and does not take the place of the standard Raymarine wind vane. Run via NMEA 2000 cabling to B&G display at pedestal and PC at chart table, but must not be connected to Raymarine system as two differing sources of wind information could cause problems.
  • At Chart Table:
  • Axiom Pro 12 (hybrid touch) chart plotter with 4kW HD digital radar. EU or ROW cartography.


In Cockpit:

  • Raymarine Axiom Pro 12 in Navpod under sprayhood, port side. Note: No Sonar software or transducer.


At Port Steering Pedestal:

  • Raymarine Evolution autopilot with p70S control head.


At Starboard Steering Pedestal:

  • 1 x Raymarine i70S instruments.
  • i70S standard display.
  • Additional Axiom Pro 12.


Above Companionway Hatch:

  • i70S multifunction displays.

Communication Equipment

  • Raymarine 260E VHF with second station and speaker in cockpit.
  • Hailer/horn speaker for Raymarine 260E.
  • 2 large groundplates and copper strip (25mm).
  • Backstay insulated as antenna (3 x insulators).
  • DC breaker and junction box behind chart table for retrofit of SSB including RG213 cable running from chart table to lazarette, RG58 cable for DSC from chart table to mast connections and RG58 in mast no connections.


Satellite Phone:

  • Sailor Fleet One Fleet One Satellite telephone with voice, data. Data rate 100KBPS max. Includes 10m antenna cable. Antenna to be mast mounted.
  • Sailor FB-BKT Fleet antenna mounting kit.
  • Sailor RG223 20m TNC-TNC antenna cable.
  • Mailasail Redbox hard ware firewall, allowing users to restrict satcom data access.
  • YB tracking YB3 satellite based tracking unit with bluetooth and external power supply.


Chart Table:

  • AG Neovo rx-22 black 22" LED widescreen display, glass fronted. Connected to companionway MFD HDMI port.
  • PC supplied to new owners, installed and ready for them to populate
  • Victron 24vdc to 12vdc power supply for IT equipment.
  • Inventica Yachtspot 4G G3 global model 4G global router with Wi-Fi. Provides connection to shore Wi-Fi hotspot's and 3G/4G data networks.
  • Shakespeare 5239/LMR spreader mounted 4G antenna with LMR coaxial cable assembly.
  • Glomex pra471-prm280/LMR spreader mounted WI-FI antenna with LMR coaxial cable assembly.
  • Netgear GS116 16 port Gibagit network switch.
  • Actisense NGT-1-USB NMEA 2000 to USB data convertor. Provides instrument data to PC.
  • Ubiquiti UAP-AC-LR Wi-Fi access point, simultaneous dual band, allows portable devices to access 4G data, shore Wi-Fi data. Includes POE adaptor. Dedicated on-off power switch.
  • Synology NAS drive with raid. 4 bays in total used for movie storage, PC backup and Oyster manuals via iPad app.
  • 4 x Western Digital 1TB SATA 1TB 2.5" hard drive sata (provides 3tb in total with raid backup).

Domestic Equipment


  • GN Espace Oceanchef XL cooker, 5 burners.
  • Neff Cooker hood with light and speed control fan (circulating filter).
  • Stainless Steel combined 900w microwave / grill.
  • Fischer & Paykel Single drawer dishwasher.
  • Bosch Series 6 WKD28541GB integrated washer/drier.
  • Stainless steel-fronted Fisher and Paykel dishdrawer in locker aft of cooker.
  • Stainless steel fridge with Frigomatic 24V keel-cooled refrigeration unit.
  • Frigomatic twin W50 compressors with integrated plate for SS freezer box - water-cooled.
  • Charcoal water filter on galley cold supply (Jabsco).


On Deck:

  • BBQ deck fitting in gas locker lid for running gas supply pipe and stowage in lazarette.
  • Frigomatic DC keel-cooled refrigeration unit for cockpit table.



  • 3 x Dometic 8600 electric toilet - freshwater flush (aft, forward port and forward port day head).
  • Freshwater deck shower - hot and cold.
  • All three toilets have gravity discharge polyethylene holding tanks fitted in-line with their discharge pipes.
  • These tanks are fitted with a contents gauge and deck pump out and flushing points.


Heating & Ventilation:

  • Cruisair aircon system - five units, 2 x 16k BTU in saloon, 1 x 16k BTU in aft cabin with duct to aft starboard cabin, 1 x 10k in forward starboard cabin and 1 x 8k BTU unit in forward cabin cabin, giving a total of 66,000 BTU. All air con units dual frequency unless specified - 17% less efficient when operating at 50hz.
  • 2 x Caframo Bora fan (white), 24V (1 fitted in galley).
  • All fans have sockets in headlining so fans can be removed. 2 x sockets in aft cabin, 1 x fan and socket in staboard aft single cabin, 1 x fan and socket in starboard double cabin, 2 x sockets in forward cabin with fan fitted on one side. Estimated price.
  • Engine room extractor.
  • 4 x Underdeck dorade boxes with stainless steel cowls on forward coachroof top and 2 underdeck dorade boxes for aft cabin with stainless steel cowls.
  • Ventilation is provided by 6 on-deck dorade boxes with large-size, chromed brass/stainless steel cowls.


Entertainment - Saloon:

  • TV on lift.
  • Samsung widescreen HD LED TV.
  • Status Omni directional aerial mounted at masthead for TV and FM.
  • HDMI video to Fusion DVD. TV audio out connected to Fusion head unit.
  • Fusion FM tuner CD/DVD player with built in Bluetooth. Aux input connected to TV audio out. Wireless control via Fusion link app for Apple devices (downloaded from app store). Note DVD player is not Blueray or 3D compatible. Zone 1 and 2 connected to saloon speakers. Zone 3 and 4 connected to cockpit speakers.
  • Fusion MS-Unidock universal docking station with Apple lightning, Apple 30 pin and micro USB connections.
  • JL Audio MX 12VDC 4 channel amplifier for cockpit speakers.
  • JL Audio coaxial speaker with external crossover. Sold in pairs, four speakers in total.
  • Apple Airport Express provides airplay music streaming to Fusion stereo. Internal access point disabled. Note 230VAC powered, the rest of the audio equipment is 12VDC powered.


Entertainment - Cockpit:

  • JL Audio waterproof speakers. Four speakers in total.
  • Fusion waterproof remote control. Mounted on pedestal. Includes NK2 extension.


Interior Lighting:

  • Red courtesy light (LED) at sole level at each saloon step.
  • Cabin C-LED LED stalk reading light under Quick bulkhead lamp in aft cabin.
  • Door switched lights in all hanging lockers.
  • Red overhead lights x 3 in Galley, forward port heads and aft heads.
  • Cabin C-LED LED stalk reading light on chainplate joinery adjacent to seascape windows, port and starboard.
  • Dimmer on saloon overhead lighting circuit.
  • Dimmer on saloon seascape LED strip lights.
  • Torches in each hanging locker (emergency lighting).


Exterior Lighting:

  • Boom light over cockpit table, switched at pedestal.
  • Spreader lights, down on lower spreader. Switch at pedestal.
  • Lopolight Tri-white light at masthead.
  • Lopolight steaming and navigation lights.


Summary of Accommodation:

  • 8 berths in 4 cabins.
  • 2 double cabins and 2 twin cabins with crew accommodation forward.
  • Yacht fitted out in quarter cut vertical Oak.
  • Sole margins in Walnut.
  • Soleboards in oak with random plank effect except aft cabin which has plain soleboards with carpet.
  • OceanAir "Skyscreens" to all deck hatches.
  • Mosquito screens for all opening coachroof ports.
  • Grabrails in oval stainless steel.
  • Cabin doors in "framed" style with quarter sawn frame and horizontal crown cut matchbook veneer panel.
  • All mattresses 7” Profile.


Interior Upholstery:

  • Coachroof ports and deck saloon windows have white Oceanair blinds.
  • Removable foam backed mast cover in headlining vinyl, with velcro.
  • Saloon and navigation seats and backs in Alcantara, double stitched, box design - colour: 5141 STRING.
  • Saloon table cover, foam backed, in headlining vinyl.
  • Mattress covers - Fabric KH5033/17 Stone.
  • Berth templates for mattresses and mattress covers.
  • Carpets including whipping for forward cabin and forward starboard double cabin - Stone Fibre.
  • Panels upholstered in JAB Melange 1-6673-010.
  • Kick Panels upholstered in Diamante 6601 SNOW.


Joinery Style:

  • Sculpted fiddles and grabrails.
  • "Shadow-gap" joints between joinery panels.
  • Solid, shaped oak and stainless steel grab handles.
  • Solid "framed" styled doors, with laid veneers and soft-close seals.
  • Oyster “custom” veneered floor panels.
  • Upholstered and padded panels for headboards, seating and berth sides, where appropriate.
  • Rolled edge, vinyl-covered mouldings for the saloon deck/coachroof carlin line.
  • Off-white inside frames to deck saloon windows.
  • Stitched panel detailing to upholstered seat cushions.
  • Wide sole margins in solid walnut.


General Material Details:

  • Exposed hull and deck surfaces are lined, principally with fabric-covered ply panels, which are demountable for access.
  • Insides of upper lockers in heads and galley are white mica laminate. Lockers in the saloon and all upper lockers in cabins are timber-lined with removable outboard panels. Hanging lockers are Cedar-lined. Lockers are fitted with shelves and fiddles.
  • Cabin soleboards are removable and are fitted with flush lifting rings and machine screws into captive inserts, as appropriate.
  • All drawers use metal runners with soft-close. Door furniture with chrome hinges and handles.
  • Headlining vinyl is an off-white fabric. This is also used to cover the deck saloon sides.
  • Hullports are set into GRP liner mouldings.


Hatches, Windows and Ports:

  • Long Gebo Econoline port from aft starboard cabin to cockpit with flyscreen and blind.
  • Falcon Cub fixed hullports, except in galley and aft cabin where there are 3 opening port.
  • Flush Seaglaze deck hatches.


Description of layout from forwards:


Sail Locker:

  • Overhead hatch covered in teak.
  • Teak slatting on hull side for ventilation. Flocoat hull and deckhead in white.
  • SS ladder on bulkhead.


Forward Cabin:

  • Berth surround in timber.
  • Hullside panels split in half: top half is executed in white vinyl and lower half is Panama.
  • Full length mirror fitted on inside of cabin door.


Forward Starboard Double Cabin:

  • Double berth and hanging locker forward/inboard of berth.
  • Mirror fitted on outside of forward bulkhead locker door.


Forward Port Day Head:

  • Counter top in TAPIOCA PEARL G50. Satin finish.
  • Bulkheads finished in Soft White
  • Amtico floor tiles to be Dry Stone Cinder.
  • Shower, curtain and rail.



  • TV on a powered lift to port side of saloon.
  • All deckheads in white.
  • Saloon table in oak, framed style to match doors.


Chart Table:

  • Chart table fascia in walnut.
  • Leecloth eye under overhang of chart table panel to attached Kensington lock for laptop.



  • Counter tops with satin finish plus upstands and SS basin inserts in TAMBORA.
  • Routered grooves for drainage in worktop – forward and aft of sink.
  • Stainless steel fiddle bar outboard of cooker.
  • Knife rack with a set of 5 Robert Welch knives and sharpener.
  • Frosted glass doors to crockery locker and sliding door lockers outboard.
  • Flooring in galley in Dakar finish.


Aft Starboard Single Cabin:

  • Single berth with basket stowage in locker under.


Aft Head:

  • Counter top in HiMacs acrylic inTAPIOCA PEARL G50 with a Satin finish.
  • Bulkheads executed in Soft White.
  • Amtico floor tiles in Dry Stone Cinder.


Aft Cabin:

  • Long mirror inside hanging locker door in aft cabin.
  • Sofa on the starboard side.
  • Bureau units.
  • Quick bulkhead light with separate stainless steel Cabin C-LED stalk reading light beneath.
  • Full length mirror on cabin side of heads door.
  • 4-brick safe flush fitted in aft cabin wardrobe with digital keypad.
  • Kick Panels upholstered in Diamante.


Engine Room:

  • Engine room fitted with fire flaps to ducting and remote control release for automatic fire extinguisher.The engine bearers form a self-contained sump to contain and prevent any oil spillage running into the main bilge area.
  • The engine bearers form a self-contained sump to contain and prevent any oil spillage running into the main bilge area.
  • A limber tube runs through the sump to enable any bilge water from the aft part of the yacht to run forward into the main bilge sump.
  • The engine room is built of a Barrifloor sound insulating plywood.
  • The engine room is insulated with a composite of foam and high density polymer sound absorbing materials with an overall thickness of 60mm.
  • Access panels are fitted with rubber sealing strips to minimise noise and secured by positive catches.
  • The engine room has 24v lighting and two 24v x 100mm extractor fans installed and switched at the DC electrical panel.
  • These fans are designed to be used, after the engine has been shut down, to evacuate the hot air from the engine.
  • An automatic fire extinguisher is installed with a remote indicator light. There is a further automatic fire extinguisher mounted within the generator sound shield, specifically for the generator.



  • The cockpit is split into two distinct areas - the forward part for crew and guests, aft for the helmsman, both sections are self-draining with a total of two 50mm (2”) diameter cockpit drains.
  • The twin lectern style cockpit pedestals are custom GRP designed mouldings incorporating all the controls and instruments. There is a pair of stainless steel grabrails to each pedestal.
  • Teak cockpit table, with a stainless steel frame and GRP box – varnished with a padded cover with mesh bottomed storage pockets and access flaps. Fitted with Frigomatic DC keel-cooled refrigeration unit.
  • 2 Table handles provide support for crew when the yacht is heeled. A hinged lid gives access the GRP fridge within.
  • Port and Starboard of the companionway hatch are two rectangular shaped troughs providing useful stowage for small, loose items required on deck.
  • Stainless steel mug rack for 2 mugs. Positioned on backs of seatbacks by pedestals.

Deck Equipment


  • Masthead Cutter Rig.
  • Reckmann furling buttons in cockpit coaming. Repeater for headsail and staysail furling buttons at each pedestal.
  • Selden Mast hydraulic in-mast furling with custom hydraulic outhaul.
  • Reckmann hydraulic genoa furler.
  • Reckmann electric staysail furler.
  • MPS/Cruising chute package which includes tackline, halyard, clutch, two sheets, block on stemhead and a pair of sheet blocks.
  • Carbon spinnaker pole vertically stowed on mast. Includes butt hoist winch, halyard, pole topping lift.
  • Preventer lines (12mm spectra with 6mm tails) fixed on to boom to attach to foreguy, including two small cleats on the forwrad end of boom.
  • Selden 2-function remote control panel in cockpit for manually operated hydraulic backstay and vang.
  • Main halyard - Antal track and Vectran with Dyneema mouse line.
  • Genoa - Antal track and Vectran with Dyneema mouse line.
  • Staysail halyard - Antal track and Vectran with Dyneema mouse line.
  • Windex at masthead.
  • Echomax 230 radar reflector on mast. Echomax Active XS transponder antenna mounted at masthead.
  • Folding mast steps - 2 at mast head plus 2 at mast base for boom access.
  • Spinnaker halyard.
  • Lewmar Commander Package.
  • Solid black polyester mainsheet and staysail sheets.
  • Genoa sheets in silver with dark grey fleck.
  • Full rig check carried out 2023 and Port D1 replaced.



  • LEWMAR 58 CEST electric halyard winch on deck at mast base on starboard side, including halyard blocks on deck ring and tie rod to mast base.
  • Winch switch for deck mounted winch on port and starboard bulwark.
  • 2 x Lewmar 77 CEST two speed electric drive, self-tailing primary winches.
  • 2 x Lewmar 58 CST self-tailing, secondary winches.
  • 1 x Lewmar 58 CEST single speed electric, self-tailing mainsheet winch.
  • 1 x Lewmar 58 CST two speed, self-tailing genoa and staysail halyard winch fitted on mast.
  • 1 x Lewmar 58 CEST Electric single speed, self-tailing main halyard winch fitted on deck alongside the mast.
  • 3 x Winch handle pockets - 2 in cockpit and 1 on mast.



  • Mainsail, genoa and staysail replaced 2023 by North. Original Dolphin sails available to the new owner as delivery sails.
  • In Mast Furling Mainsail (short vertical battens) DYS Dyneema, Sacrificial strip Weathermax Graphite. McLube Sailkote and Tenara Thread.
  • 135% Furling Genoa DYS Dyneema, Sacrificial strip Weathermax Graphite. McLube Sailkote and Tenara Thread.
  • Furling Staysail DYS Dyneema, Sacrificial strip Weathermax Graphite. McLube Sailkote and Tenara Thread.
  • I: 80’3” / 24.46m.
  • J: 23’6” / 7.16m.
  • P: 75’ / 22.85m.
  • E: 26’1” / 7.95m
  • Sail Area with 150% Foretriangle – 235.86m2 / 2,538sq.ft.
  • Additional gennaker with sock.



  • 3.0m alloy folding Besenzoni passarelle with alloy tread, stanchions, brace lines, carbon spreader hanging system. Dyneema passerelle halyard - including mast clutch which can also be used as spare main halyard. Passerelle socket in transom top step.
  • Quarter pushpit seats in SS & teak. Pushpit extended to side gates.
  • Pulpit modified to Scandinavian design so downwind sail can be deployed from stemhead.
  • Removable stainless steel and teak dinghy chocks on foredeck for stowage of RIB.
  • 4 x folding padeyes for side deck jackstays, 2 forward, 2 aft (MCA requirement).
  • Webbing jackstays (Gold colour), to padeyes in 202a. (MCA requirement)
  • Pair of folding padeyes on foredeck for halyard stowage.
  • Folding 8mm Wichard padeyes (6) in cockpit for safety lines.
  • Stainless steel threshold plates at side gates.
  • Standard wire side gates.
  • Freshwater outlet in cockpit locker (under starboard helm seat).
  • Stainless steel bow pulpit.
  • Stainless steel stern pushpit with gate for boarding with a ensign staff socket.
  • 760mm (30") stainless steel stanchions and bases with double stainless steel wire guardrails, mounted on bulwark.
  • Stainless steel stemhead fitting with twin bronze rollers, one roller designed to stow a S160 spade anchor.
  • Stainless steel chainplate assemblies.
  • Stainless steel hinged ladder on transom.
  • 6 x Stainless steel guardrails over dorade boxes. Two pairs located on the forward coachroof (one pair incorporating tank breathers), one pair on the aft coachroof, integral with helm seat backs.
  • 2 x Stainless steel grabrails on superstructure.
  • Pair of stainless steel upholstered backrest rails fitted at the helm positions.
  • Set of drawings and schematics for systems, including: Seacock diagram; Bilge and greywater system; Freshwater and fuel systems; Major components location schematic; Numbering code list for wiring; DC lighting wiring schematic; DC charging schematic; Gas installation; AC schematic; Docking plan.
  • Standard Oyster Owners' Manual.
  • Stainless steel grab handle to aft hoop of sprayhood frame with leather cover.
  • Tool for operating fuel and water tank covers.
  • 1 x Battery Electrolyte Tester/Hydrometer.
  • Ensign staff.



  • Fiddled shelf with lashing eyes and 4 x dedicated storage boxes in Lazarette and stainless steel rail for rope stowage.
  • Hinged sole boards to Galley x 3 and Starboard aft cabin x 1.
  • Stowage for tool cupboard in engine room.


Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:

  • 55kg Spade S200 anchor.
  • 50kg Lewmar Claw anchor (spare main anchor).
  • Spade S100 anchor with chain and warp.
  • Kedge anchor, chain and warp. Stowage for kedge anchor in divided locker with removable athwartships partition.
  • Fortress anchor.
  • 4 x dock lines, 10m with 300mm loop and protective cover - solid black.
  • 2 x dock lines, 20m with 300mm loop and protective cover - solid black.
  • 4 x Pairs of 381mm (15") fold-down, stainless steel cleats for mooring.
  • 2 x Schaeffer XCL60 fairleads and chafe strips for mooring stern-to.
  • Fixed cleat mounted on stern.
  • Aqualine folding cleats along bulwark.
  • 2 x Fairleads and 381mm (15”) fold down cleats, mounted port and starboard on the stern.


Covers, Canvas & Cushions:

  • Spray hood with stainless steel frame to aft edge of sprayhood hoop with tan leather cover. Sprayhood has removable side grabrails with carbon effect leather. Zip opening central window and zip pockets. Colour Weathermax Graphite 29431.
  • Bimini, including 2 x windows - Colour Weathermax Graphite 29431. Boom Light Window. Zip-on side panel mesh including anti UV flaps both port and starboard. Aft grabrail leather in carbon effect.
  • Panel from back of sprayhood to forward edge of bimini - Colour Weathermax Graphite 29431. Extra zip so panel can be fitted to underside of bimini with and without stowing standard forward bimini panel.
  • Finished with black Tenara thread.
  • Cover to cockpit table with mesh pocket - Colour Weathermax Graphite 29431.
  • Pair of pedestal covers - Colour Weathermax Graphite 29431.
  • Pair wheel covers - Colour Weathermax Graphite 29431.
  • Cover standard wheel leather with carbon effect leather.
  • RIB cover - Colour Weathermax Graphite 29431. Note: Will need pattern.
  • Mast Gaiter - colour - Weathermax Graphite 29431.
  • Peaked tensile awning. Colour: Weathermax Light Charcoal 29334. Zip on mesh to port, starboard and aft.
  • Foredeck awning. Colour: Weathermax Light Charcoal 29334. Zip on mesh side, port and starboard.
  • Cockpit cushions including helm seat cushions. Vogue Earth VOG0029 with piping Vogue Nickel VOG0030.
  • Helm backrest Vogue Earth VOG0029 with piping Vogue Nickel VOG0030.
  • Pushpit seat cushions (bases) Vogue Earth VOG0029 with piping Vogue Nickel VOG0030.
  • Tubular pushpit seat backs. Vogue Earth VOG0029.


Tender & Outboard:

  • 1 x AB Lammina 10 AL/BL with Seadeck non-slip floor panels.
  • 1 x Honda BF20 SHSU short shaft, tiller steer and manual start.
  • Battery box and battery fitted in bow locker, battery isolator fitted to front of bow locker and battery leads run under deck in conduit. Fuel tank mounted under thwart seat.
  • 2 x Wichard U Bolts fitted to front of bow locker for forward lift.
  • Auto / Manual bilge pump fitted in stern, rocker switch fitted to bow locker front next to isolator switch.
  • Navisafe led battery power inflatable boatnav light set.
  • Cooney 300kg Electric Davits.

Safety Equipment

  • 1 x Viking 8UKSL RescYou Pro Solas B Liferaft in cannister.
  • Stowage for single 8-man liferaft in starboard side of pushpit. Hydrostatic release to Liferaft.
  • 20kg collapsible Spade Kedge anchor with 110m chain and warp with dedicated stowage in anchor locker.
  • Engine start link to generator battery.
  • Jon Buoy in carbon fibre case.
  • Large amount (£15,000 +) of spare parts to provide back up for any critical items during Oyster World Rally.


Fire-Fighting Equipment:

  • 2 x 13A/113B fire extinguishers in addition to standard fire extinguishers.
  • Automatic engine room fire extinguisher with manual cable operation.
  • Fire blanks to engine room air inlets/outlets with remote activation of fire extinguisher.
  • 2 x smoke detectors - 1 x galley and 1 x forward passageway.
  • Gas detector with two sensors fitted in galley. 1 x sensor in bilge and 1 x sensor above sole level.

Recent Upgrades


  • New 800 amph Mastervolt lithium battery.
  • New 4000w inverter.
  • New 600 amp Soliban solar panels.



  • North Mainsail, Genoa and Staysail.
  • Full rig check and new D1.
  • Re-antifoul and service work to the underwater profile.
  • Topsides polish.
  • Ceramic polish to superstructure.

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Berthon International

The Shipyard
SO41 3YL
United Kingdom
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