Voted European Yacht of the Year 2012 and Best Production Sailing Yacht (15m-30m) at the Asia Boating Awards 2012, the Oyster 625 has attracted praise from the moment she was launched. Designed by Rob Humphreys to be handled by a couple, whilst providing enough space for bluewater cruising with family and friends, the 625 is an excellent compromise.
This stunning 625 has a dark blue hull and is rigged for enhanced sailing performance with carbon mast and Park Avenue boom and fully battened mainsail. She has electric furling to her genoa and staysail.
Below decks, beautiful teak joinery and cabin soles give a luxurious and contemporary feel, and she sleeps eight in four cabins.
Only for sale as her owner is building a larger Oyster, this is an excellent opportunity to acquire a superb nearly new 625 without waiting for delivery of a new yacht. Twice winner of her class at the Oyster Mediterranean Regatta Palma 2012 & 2013. An early viewing is highly recommended.
Above the waterline: custom laminate material comprising a combination of E-Glass, Kevlar and Carbon Fibre which offers significant weight savings, strength and stiffness advantages. Topside laminate incorporates a high-tech, foam-cored, E-Glass/Carbon sandwich above the waterline, applied by vacuum bagging techniques.
Below the waterline: single skin composite laminate, with an Aramid/Kevlar layer, reinforced with a matrix of stringers and floors. Built to comply with the requirements stipulated in the European Union’s Recreational Craft Directive (EURCD) to meet design Category A – ‘Ocean’.
Hull colour moulded in Dark Blue with cove line and single boot top line in standard Oyster white. The stern design incorporates a recessed platform, which is especially useful for bathing and boarding and is trimmed with laid teak. This area includes a fold-down stainless steel bathing/boarding ladder with oval treads. The platform is accessed via an integral stairway from the aft deck.
Long, shallow profile, GRP moulded stub with lead ballast bolted to it.
Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.
Deck structure moulded in GRP with balsa core. Teak laid decks. Oyster Deck Saloon profile with ‘g5’ styling. The cockpit is split into separate steering and guest/crew areas. The aft cockpit has a clear central walkway through between twin wheels, giving excellent access from the main companionway to the helm positions and to the aft deck.
GRP low profile ‘rolled edge’ bulwark with Oyster custom stainless steel, fold-down, mooring cleats. Additional pair of fairleads and fixed cleats on stern for use when mooring stern-to.
Tread plates to cap rail at side gates.
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, and gateway midship stanchions. Gate to pushpit. Stainless steel grabrails on deck saloon roof. Hinged stowage for 2 x 4-man liferafts under pushpit seats. Wichard padeyes on foredeck for securing dinghy.
Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.
Black carbon fibre angled wing section on stern for Satcom dome, incorporating floodlight for transom and swivel- mount camera. Lazarette locker with Solimar flush hatch with twin stainless steel gas struts. Stowage shelf for passerelle, plus dive bottle stowage.
Deck locker for petrol stowage, with shelf for outboard fuel can stowage (in lieu of gas locker).
Steering is by a Lewmar torque rod system, installed with a pair of custom pedestals each incorporating a 1.06m (42”) diameter Mini-Maxi type stainless steel wheel. Leather covers to wheels.
Eight berths in four cabins, excluding the saloon. Interior joinery finished in Teak. Designed to be modern and co-ordinated, whilst remaining practical and durable at sea. Essential features include sculpted fiddles and grabrails, ‘shadow-gap’ joints between panels and Oyster custom knobs for lockers and drawers. Cabin sole in teak V-groove panels. Surfaces in galley in satin finish Avonite – colour ‘Cottonwood’. Surfaces in heads in gloss finish Avonite – colour ‘Black Ice’. Vinyl cover for saloon table. Headlining in off-white fabric. Upholstery in leather – colour ‘Ivory’. Lee screens on sea berths. Blind system to windows in all cabins, with Oceanair Skysol blinds to saloon windows. Oceanair Skyscreens to all deck hatches.
From forward – SAIL LOCKER
Accessed via forehatch with three folding steps on bulkhead, or via port forward heads. Warp stowage rail plus stainless steel tube and canvas sail rack. Stowage area for fold-up dinghy. Outboard motor stowage with fully contained sump to prevent fuel spillage.
TWIN GUEST CABIN
To port with upper and lower berths, hanging locker, bureau, drawer and locker space.
For use by Twin Guest Cabin as well as a Day Head accessed from the forward corridor. With Jabsco PAR Quietflush saltwater, electric WC, washbasin set into ‘Granite’ Avonite surface, and separate shower stall with 2-piece acrylic shower doors and teak slat floor panels. Hansgrohe quality mixer taps and thermostatic shower controls, with matching accessories. Heated towel rail. Mirror. Lockers.
DOUBLE GUEST STATEROOM WITH EN SUITE HEADS
To starboard, with double berth, bureau, hanging locker, and plenty of drawer and locker space. En suite heads with Jabsco PAR Quietflush freshwater, electric WC, washbasin set into ‘Granite’ Avonite surface, and separate shower stall with 2-piece acrylic shower doors and teak slat floor panels. Hansgrohe quality mixer taps and thermostatic shower controls, with matching accessories. Heated towel rail. Mirror. Lockers.
The light and airy saloon features a dining table and settee area to starboard, outboard of which is a locker and a central shelf to the hullports. To port of the main settee is a comfortable reading settee. There are six vertical fixed windows to the hull sides in saloon. Custom saloon table has fold-over leaves with a dual height, powered up and down pedestal. Table top can swing through 90 degrees to be used either as low coffee table or high, full size dining table. In coffee table mode, the top can also slide fore and aft. Electric lift for 32” TV from behind settee. Drinks locker with glasses and bottle stowage, plus additional drinks locker under port saloon seat. Removable, alloy chequer plate floor under saloon sole to stand and work on in central bilge area/service pit.
Access to the saloon from the companionway is down a set of shaped timber steps, with rubber tread strips, with oval stainless steel handrails.
The chart area is at the aft starboard end of the saloon. Instruments flush-mounted in a dark grey Alcantara fascia. Chart table can accommodate a half-folded Admiralty chart.
Oilskin locker by chart table.
To starboard, and aft of the navigation area, with upper and lower berths.
All galley surfaces are covered with satin finish Avonite and incorporate fiddles with Avonite upstands. Twin stainless steel sinks. Drainage grooves to forward sink. Neff gimballed, electric, stainless steel, multifunction oven/microwave with 4-burner induction hob. Alpes Inox stainless steel cooker hood and stainless steel plate behind cooker. Front-opening stainless steel refrigerator and freezer. Fisher & Paykel single dishwasher drawer. Miele WT2780 washer dryer. Knife block.
A large rubbish bin is fitted inside a locker door at the forward end of the galley, also with top access to this bin from the work surface. Abundant storage lockers and drawers. Vegetable baskets on slide-out runners in vented locker.
Accessed via a door from the starboard midships cabin. Built of sound-insulating plywood with the entire area insulated with a foam and barrier insulation, with exposed wooden surfaces coated in fireproof paint. 24V lighting, plus 2 extractor fans ducted to the exterior. Automatic fire extinguisher.
With double berth offset from the centreline to port. Hanging locker, settee and abundant drawer and locker space Bookshelves with stainless steel rods to both sides. Hinged lid access to under-berth stowage. Full length mirror on inside of cabin door. Additional sound insulation under berth and cabin sole.
EN SUITE HEADS
With Jabsco PAR Quietflush freshwater, electric WC, washbasin set into ‘Granite’ Avonite surface and separate shower stall with 2-piece acrylic shower doors and teak slat floor panels. Hansgrohe quality mixer taps and thermostatic shower controls, with matching accessories. Mirrors. Shaving light. Extractor fan. Heated towel rail. Lockers.
Sony Bravia 32” LCD TV on electric lift, with Dolphin IR remote. Status TV/FM antenna at masthead. Alpine DVD/CD/FR player at chart table with iPod docking station, 5-way amp and subwoofer, Anthony Gallo speakers x 5, and ‘magic eye’ for remote.
Alpine CD/Tuner/DVD with iPod docking station, pair of Boston headlining speakers and ‘magic eye’ for remote.
Alpine CD/Tuner with iPod control and docking station at chart table. 2 x 50W amplifiers. Waterproof remote at helm and 3 pairs waterproof Bose speaker in main/helm cockpits.
DECK EQUIPMENT ANCHORING
CQR 34kg (75lb) anchor with 100m 12mm calibrated
stainless steel chain. Spade 25kg (55lb) kedge anchor with 100m 18mm Octoplait warp and 12mm chain. Lewmar V6 vertical 24V electric anchor windlass, with foot switch controls and remote control at cockpit steering pedestal. Stainless steel bow protection plate.
Solimar flush hatches to foredeck, aft deck, and over forward cabins and heads. Foredeck hatch over sail locker laid with teak planking. Gebo alloy-framed portlights in coaming. Opening Gebo port in galley to cockpit. Flush, fixed hull ports, with triple vertical, non-opening, frameless hullports to each side of saloon. Hull ports all dark tinted with hull port blanks (MCA requirement).
By Lewmar, all self-tailing, chrome: 2 x #77 CEST two speed electric drive, primaries 2 x #58 CST secondaries 1 x #58 CEST single speed, electric, mainsheet 1 x #58 CEST two speed, electric genoa and staysail halyard - fitted on deck alongside the mast 1 x #58 CEST electric single speed, main halyard - fitted on deck alongside the mast 1 x 54 CST two speed for reefing lines
Sprayhood to main companionway. Stainless steel grab handle with leather cover. Bimini with windows above each helm and below boom light, removable mesh curtains, including stowage bag. Cover for cockpit table with mesh storage pockets and access flap to the fridge.
Covers for pedestals and wheels. All canvaswork in Sunbrella Plus – colour ‘Dune’.
DECK EQUIPMENT – GENERAL
Cockpit table with gloss varnished teak finish, fold-down leaves and insulated cockpit fridge. Cushions for cockpit and aft deck in EZI-DRI foam with Sunbrella covers – colour: blue and white stripe. Helm seat backrests to match. Exterior scatter cushions. Multiplex carbon passerelle including padded stowage bag, handrails, hoisting and bracing lines. Socket centrally- mounted on upper transom step.
Hot and cold freshwater deck shower in transom locker. Freshwater anchor/deck wash. Oyster custom drop-down washboard system. Stainless steel double mug holders at pedestal and by companionway.
RIG and SAIL HANDLING
MAST AND RIGGING
Cutter rig. Hall Spars carbon sports rig with carbon Park Avenue boom. Hydraulic mast jack for rig tensioning. Navtec hydraulic vang and backstay tensioners. Carbon bowsprit with bobstay fitting and tackle for asymmetric sail. Antal trysail track on mast with Spectra halyard. Towable genoa cars and rope clutches. Lightning protection with 2 x ion dissipators at masthead. Standing rigging discontinuous rod.
Reckmann EF90 electric headsail furler.
Reckmann EF90 electric staysail furler.
Single carbon spinnaker pole stowed vertically on mast. Package includes halyard, topping lift and downhaul, sheets, guys and all required blocks and deck fittings, including removable foredeck padeyes set into teak deck. Preventer line fixed on main boom to attach to lazy pole downhaul guy.
SAILS By North Sails: Fully-battened mainsail in Dyneema/Carbon with C-Tech battens. Furling genoa in Dyneema/Carbon. Furling staysail in Dyneema/Carbon. 2 x Assymetric G2 spinnaker with Oxley inflatable snuffer. By Dolphin Sails: Storm staysail in High Vis Orange. Storm trysail in High Vis Orange. Smart Boom sail cover. By Elvstrom: 1 x Asymmetric spinnaker.
Volvo D4-180, 4-cylinder, turbo-charged diesel engine, max 132kW (180HP) at 2,800rpm. Engine hours: 1103 @ October 2013. Engine and generator Racor filters parallel plumbed so they can be run as a single unit.
Brunton Varifold 4-bladed 660mm (26”) propeller.
Ambassador AM20 rope-cutter on propshaft.
Mastervolt 150A 24V high output with Alpha Pro regulator for domestic battery charging. 115A 12V for start battery charging.
Onan 17.5kW MDKBR-6764E, 220V 50Hz generator.
Generator hours: 1002 @ October 2013.
Sleipner SP240 24V tunnel bowthruster with 2 x dedicated batteries.
Navtec 3-function System 50 control panel for vang, backstay tensioners and mainsail outhaul.
AIR CONDITIONNING AND HEATING
Cruisair 220V system comprising the following units: Saloon and galley: 2 x 16,000 BTU self-contained units Aft cabin and starboard twin cabin: 1 x 16,000 BTU condenser unit in engine room with remote air handler for cabins
Forward cabins: 1 x 16,000 BTU condenser with 7,000BTU remote air handler in forward port cabin and 10,000 BTU condenser unit in forward starboard cabin.
Eberspacher Hydro 16 heating with variable speed fan units in saloon and each sleeping cabin.
Frigomatic 24V refrigeration unit to cool the galley fridge and freezer units. Frigomatic 24V keel-cooled refrigeration unit for cockpit table fridge.
Seafresh H2012A watermaker giving approximately 200 litres/hour, complete with Wema gauge and automatic freshwater backflush.
TANKAGE and PLUMBING FUEL
1,700 litres approximately (374 imp/449 US gallons) in two GRP tanks.
1,200 litres approximately (264 imp/317 US gallons) in two GRP tanks.
BEP contents gauge for fuel and water tank, with back-up calibrated dipsticks.
From an insulated 73 litre (16 imp/19 US gallon) tank heated by the engine’s heat exchanger, or by thermostatically-controlled 220V, 1.25kW immersion heater elements powered by the generator or dockside power.
PRESSURISED HOT AND COLD FRESHWATER SYSTEM
Twin Jabsco Sensor Max system, with charcoal filter to galley cold water supply.
Each heads is fitted with a polyethylene, gravity discharge holding with contents gauge and deck pump-out.
Two bronze manifold systems, both in main bilge area, to reduce the number of thru-hull seacocks.
ELECTRICS SHIP’S SUPPLY
220V AC ring main with 2-pin European-style outlet sockets located as appropriate within the layout.
OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS
12V cigar type socket at chart table. 12V dinghy inflator socket in anchor locker.
Domestic: bank of gel batteries giving 800Ah. Engine start: 2 x 12V batteries giving approximately 190Ah. Generator start: 1 x 12V battery. Radio/navigation: dedicated battery bank.
Mastervolt Chargemaster 24V 100A battery charger. Masterview Easy Mk IIcontrol panel. Emergency link for engine/generator start batteries.
Mastervolt MASS Sine 24/5000.
32A dockside power cable with Hubbell socket in dedicated transom step locker. Additional cable and socket for using air conditioning.
Interior Downlight halogen type lights in polished chrome finish, with Cabin Glassline Minor reading lights adjacent to reading areas. Reading lights for each berth. Red courtesy footlights at deck saloon steps. Saloon and lower level lighting on dimmer switch. Warm white LED ‘Pixel’ lighting strips in saloon: in kick recess below settees, in overhead slots (including galley), above chart table instruments, and to underside of companionway steps. LED strip lights to hullport recesses. Red halogen light at chart table. Automatic light to drinks locker.
LED boom light over cockpit table.
Spreader uplights on all spreaders Spreader downlights on lower spreaders. White LED lighting to cockpit seating area and walk- through, plus transom steps. Aqua Signal 41 bow and stern navigation lights. Steaming/deck floodlight. Tri-white anchor/navigation light at masthead.
NAVIGATION and COMMUNICATION
SIRS Major 150mm compass flush-mounted on each steering pedestal.
Raymarine ST60+ system, flush-mounted: Companionway console: Boat speed Wind speed/direction
Depth Close-hauled wind Port Pedestal: ST60+ graphic display Analogue 360o wind Close-hauled wind Raymarine MOB button Starboard pedestal: ST60+ graphic display Analogue 360° wind Close-hauled wind Raymarine MOB button
ST60+ graphic display
CHART PLOTTER / RADAR / GPS
Raymarine integrated digital radar, chart plotter and GPS system with E140W screen at chart table, and E120W screen in GRP pod at each steering pedestal. 4kW radome mounted on mast.
Furuno GP-33 GPS Navigator at chart table (as back up). Raymarine AIS 650 Class B transceiver.
Raymarine autopilot with ST6002 control heads at port and starboard pedestals, and SPX30 course computer. Raymarine Smart Controller autopilot remote at chart table.
Windex at masthead.
Furuno NX300 Navtex receiver at chart table.
Raymarine Ray 240E Class D-DSC VHF radio with second handset and speaker at port pedestal, and mast-mounted Marco horn.
Sailor Fleet 250 BGAN satcom with dome antenna on stern pole and cordless phone handset. Yachtspot WiFi antenna and router. 3G router for mobile phone data when unable to access WiFi.
Yellow Brick OC Tracker system.
Built to MCA Category 1 with all associated safety equipment fitted.
2 x 4-man Ocean Safety liferafts with hydrostatic release.
Echomax Dual Band active radar/transponder on mast.
Utility Puppy 3000 electric. Henderson Mk V manual. High capacity submersible. Multiple bilge pumps, switches, bilge alarms and manifolds at watertight bulkheads.
Horseshoe lifebuoy with light.
Webbing jackstays. MOB button on each helm pedestal. Marco fog/signalling horn on mast. Emergency tiller.
Various including automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay,
with manual override. Fire flaps with remote cable release for all engine air in and outlet pipework (MCA regulations).
High level float switch with audible alarm at helm pedestal. Smoke alarm for engine room and galley with remote signal at helm pedestal.
OTHER SAFETY FEATURES
Raymarine Cam 50 camera in engine room interfaced to plotter screens. Raymarine Cam 100 camera mounted on stern pole. ‘Kill Switch’ button on starboard pedestal to stop power to electric furlers and electric winches.
Watertight bulkhead with watertight door between sail locker and port forward heads. Watertight bulkhead with watertight doors to both forward cabins and port forward heads.
Watertight bulkhead and watertight door between aft cabin and galley. Storm boards / blanks for windows and hatches.
Tender – Winboat RIB 3.1m. Tohatsu 9.8HP outboard. Warps and fenders. Oyster customised Wedgwood bone china crockery. Oyster customised stainless steel cutlery by Robert Welch. 2-brick digital safe in aft cabin, plus additional hidden under-sole safe.
Heyco marine tool kit. Assorted spares and manuals.
NB All personal belongings and all other items not expressly listed in the above inventory are excluded from the sale.