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Oyster 885

£4,884,353 Listed price: €5,700,000

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Oyster Brokerage

5 - 8 The Outlook
Fox's Marina
IP2 8NJ, Suffolk, IPSWICH
United Kingdom

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Make Oyster
Model 885
Year 2015
Condition Used
Price €5,700,000
Type Sail
Class Cruiser (Sail)
Length 89 ft / 26.97 m
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fibreglass
Location Barcelona, Spain
Tax Status Tax Not Paid
LOA 88 ft 5 in / 26.95 m
Beam 20 ft 11 in / 6.37 m
Max Draft 11 ft 7 in / 3.54 m
Keel Type enums.keel-type.kt-bulb
Displacement 157120 lb
Engine Type Inboard
Engine Make Cummins
Engine Model Turbo Charged QSL9-330
Fuel Type Diesel
Power 330 hp
Propeller Type 4 Blade
Folding Propeller Yes
  • Bimini Top
  • Spray hood
  • Cockpit cover
Electrical Equipment
  • Shore power inlet
  • Generator
  • Inverter
  • Depthsounder
  • Radar
  • Log-speedometer
  • Radar Detector
  • Wind speed and direction
  • Computer
  • Repeater(s)
  • TV set
  • Navigation center
  • Plotter
  • DVD player
  • Autopilot
  • Radio
  • Compass
  • CD player
  • GPS
  • Cockpit speakers
  • VHF
Inside Equipment
  • Stern thruster
  • Dishwasher
  • Bow thruster
  • Washing machine
  • Electric bilge pump
  • Oven
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Microwave oven
  • Air conditioning
  • Electric head
  • Heating
  • Hot water
  • Refrigerator
  • Fresh water maker
  • Deep freezer
  • Battery charger
Outside Equipment/Extras
  • Teak cockpit
  • Teak sidedecks
  • Hydraulic gangway
  • Radar reflector
  • Tender
  • Liferaft
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Cockpit table
  • Swimming ladder
  • Steering wheel
  • Spinnaker pole
  • Hydraulic winch
  • Storm jib
  • Battened mainsail
  • Gennaker/Cruising spinnaker
  • Furling genoa
Cabins 4
Double Berths 2
Twin Berths 4
Heads 3
Fuel Tanks 2 x 1750 litres (GRP)
Fresh Water Tanks 2 x 1000 litres (GRP)
Holding Tanks 2
Hull Shape Monohull
Windlass Hydraulic Windlass
Liferaft Capacity 16
Hull Warranty None


The Oyster 885 has been conceived by Oyster to be a perfect solution for those who would like to share the unmatched pleasure of cruising aboard one of these magnificent yachts - with the potential to recover some of the investment involved by chartering. Designed by Humphreys Yacht Design and the Oyster team to the limit of the MCA 24m Load Line Length watershed, the Oyster 885 provides a 4 cabin economic return on space for guests.

Manufacturer Provided Description

The Oyster 885 has been conceived by Oyster to be a perfect solution for those who would like to share the unmatched pleasure of cruising aboard one of these magnificent yachts - with the potential to recover some of the investment involved by chartering. Designed by Humphreys Yacht Design and the Oyster team to the limit of the MCA 24m Load Line Length watershed, the Oyster 885 provides a 4 cabin economic return on space for guests.

An Overview designed for sailing the worlds oceans in glorious comfort

Her accommodation of course, is magnificently spacious and attractively fitted out with every luxury and practical live-aboard feature expected on a yacht such as this, as well as quite a few that you might not expect. In addition to the sumptuous owner’s stateroom there are three very comfortable en suite guest cabins, one of which can be configured as a study or lower saloon area. The accommodation blends seamlessly and stylishly together to provide a real home from home. Since the crew has two cabins and their own galley with mess area, privacy is assured for all guests.

Among the 885’s many attractions are her huge, ergonomically designed split cockpit - perfect for al fresco dining and relaxation on passage - and her spacious, open deck areas, extended by a large hydraulic bathing platform.

The hull of the Oyster 885 is balanced and powerful, with a fairly fine entry that will help the boat cleave through a seaway with excellent Vmg, and at the same time the stern is relatively broad to deliver a high level of form stability and an off-wind potential that will rattle away the miles in any Trade Wind passage. The Oyster 885 has a twin rudder configuration and for slick manoeuvring in harbour, she will be fitted with both stern and bow thrusters.

Offered in three different layouts of a standard hull and 2 deck moulds - deck saloon and raised saloon versions, the Oyster Yachts custom team in Southampton will build a very personal yacht for each client.


HULL NUMBER : Oyster 885/04.

HULL CONSTRUCTION : A special NPG gelcoat, laminated using a combination of vinylester and polyester resins. The laminate material comprises of a combination of E-glass, Kevlar and carbon fibre.The topside laminate above the waterline incorporates a high-tech, foam-cored structure in an E-glass/carbon for additional strength, stiffness and insulation.Below the waterline, the hull features a monolithic (single-skin) composite laminate with an Aramid/Kevlar layer reinforced with a matrix of stringers and floors, combined with BS1088 standard marine-ply and composite cored structural bulkheads.

HULL FINISH :  ‘Dark Blue’ (7344 RAL 5004) hull with cove line and boot top line in ‘White.’

DECK CONSTRUCTION : Raised saloon deck, moulded in GRP with a foam-cored structure. In load bearing areas the core is replaced with plywood for additional strength, and all load bearing fittings have backing plates.

DECK FINISH : The weather deck, cockpit seats and sole areas are finished with quarter-sawn teak planking. The deck edge incorporates a bulwark. Fuel and water filler fittings are positioned on the cap rail, thus keeping the teak decked area clean and clutter free.

KEEL : High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.

RUDDER : Twin rudders with substantial GRP foam-filled blades bonded to composite rudderstocks. The rudderstocks have top and bottom bearings.

STERN DESIGN : The stern design incorporates a custom watertight flip-down transom door that creates a bathing and boarding platform that is especially useful for bathing and is trimmed with laid teak. This area includes a removable stainless steel bathing/boarding ladder with oval treads. The bottom gap of the transom door has been increased to 30mm to allow for interior ventilation to be run to this area. A gateway through the pushpit gives access to a built-in stairway leading down to the bathing platform when open. When closed the platform forms part of the transom external surface for a clean and uncluttered look.

EURCD :  Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean. At over 24m length overall the Oyster 885 falls outside the scope of the EURCD, however the hull design and structure for this vessel have been designed using the Det Norske Veritas (DNV) – High Speed and Light Craft Rule.

CHARTER CODING : Built to MCA Category 2 with all associated safety equipment fitted.



50kg stainless steel CQR main anchor.

30kg Bruce pattern anchor with 10m of 10mm stainless steel chain and 100m of 24mm warp attached by eye and shackle.

105m of 24mm Octoplait kedge warp with hard eyes in each end for use as towrope.

Hydraulic anchor deployment arm.



Lewmar V8 vertical, chain gypsy, hydraulic anchor windlass installed under deck and within the anchor chain locker. The windlass is two-way and operated by adjacent foot switch controls or a plug in handheld remote.

A secondary hydraulic Sanguineti ‘warping’ retracting capstan installed on foredeck for controlling mooring lines.

102m of 14mm calibrated, galvanized chain to match the windlass. Chain is fastened at its ‘bitter end’ to a through-bolted stainless steel attachment with substantial lanyard.


DECK ACCESS                    

Pair of gateway stanchions with stainless steel hinged ladders with oval treads for boarding from dinghy or dock, which close up to form the side gates.

Gate to pushpit.

Two deck hatches provide light and access to the aft cabin via ladder.

Stainless steel removable boarding ladder at transom.

Besenzoni Teorema Girevole ‘PN 379.380’ hydraulic passerelle fitted to aft deck that extends from the transom with teak covered walkway and a system of stanchion handrails.



Large custom horizontal acrylic main companionway with electrically powered sliding hatch system. Additional sensors to close the door if the yacht heels more than 35 degrees with open/close buttons at each pedestal. Removable blanking panel for main companionway to meet MCA requirements.

GRP-framed flush accommodation deck hatches. Clear aft deck hatch to owner’s cabin and additional second clear hatch on the starboard side.

GRP-framed flush storage area deck hatches.

Direct bonded, frameless deck saloon windows in toughened, smoked glass.

Two opening hatches in upper saloon roof, hinged on aft edge to allow good ventilation whilst at anchor.

Direct bonded, frameless non-opening hullports.

Vertical direct bonded, frameless feature hullports to owner’s and aft guest cabins.

All forward coachroof hatches hinged at forward end and portholes MCA compliant with deadlights for each.



Large acrylic Weathermax ‘Beige’ fold-down sprayhood fitted over custom stainless steel hoops and incorporating see-through panels in its forward portion with leather covered stainless steel grab rail to the aft end.

A dedicated locker with hinged lid within the deck saloon roof provides sprayhood stowage.

Twin acrylic Weathermax ‘Beige’ biminis with zipped side mesh panels – one to cover the main guest cockpit and a secondary bimini to cover the helm positions with provision to dismantle and stow both.

Foredeck sun awning in Weathermax ‘Beige.’

Weathermax ‘Beige’ padded cockpit table cover incorporating mesh storage pockets.

Covers for pedestals and steering wheels inWeathermax ‘Beige’ acrylic.

Cockpit cushions in closed cell foam with ‘Blue and White’ acrylic covers.

Cushions for pushpit and helm seats in‘Blue and White’ acrylic.

Aft deck cushions in closed cell foam with ‘Blue and White’ acrylic canvas covers.

Interior and exterior 450mm scatter cushions.

Winch covers in Weathermax ‘Beige’ acrylic.

 Saloon table cover in padded headlining material – one in open position and one in closed position.


DECK PLUMBING                

Hot and cold freshwater deck shower in transom locker with boosted pump to increase water pressure.

Removable Timage shower stand and deck socket into teak with quick release piping in the port side of the swim platform.

Jabsco Ultra freshwater wash down pump with pressure relief valve and foot switch on deck. Bow and stern outlets on deck by pushpit foot. Short 3m and long 15m hose.

High pressure Jabsco Ultra saltwater deck wash/fire pump at bow and hose with connection in anchor locker.



The cockpit is split into separate guest, steering/crew and owner’s areas. The guest cockpit is over 3m long and self-draining. A clear walkway gives access from the companionway to the helm positions and side decks.

The helm position has twin custom GRP steering pedestals with high-gloss varnished teak helm panels and a cup holder at each.

Navigation pod housing for Raymarine chart plotter/radar at each pedestal with stainless steel grab rail around pod.

Reversible helm seat backs to convert helm seat to aft facing seats.

Two pairs of flush waterproof loud speakers and a remote control unit mounted in the guest cockpit.

 Aft of the helm positions is a large aft deck and sunbathing area.

Access to bathing platform.


COCKPIT TABLE                 

To starboard a gloss varnished teak-topped GRP cockpit table, with Frigomatic 24V stainless steel front-opening refrigerator housed beneath, is permanently installed and has seating on three sides. To port are further cockpit seats.



Twin custom GRP steering pedestals, each incorporating a 1.20m diameter Edson custom teak rimmed wheel, friction brake and three bearing pedestal steering unit.

Electronic single lever engine control fitted to the top of the port pedestal.

Emergency steering utilizes the autopilot hydraulic ram via a manually operated rotary pump.



Stainless steel bow pulpit.

Anchor chain locker within the foredeck with flush hinged lid and flush type locking device, designed and structured to house the anchor deploy arm.

Port and starboard bulwark tread plates at side gateways engraved with yacht’s name.

Stainless steel stanchions and bases with double stainless steel wire guardrails.

Stainless steel grab rails on deck saloon cabin top.

Stainless steel pop-up mooring cleats with chafe strips to deck edges.

Stainless steel aft fairleads and cleats near transom bulwark.

Large lazarette locker with twin stainless steel gas struts and rope stowage hanging bar, and access step within.

Stainless steel stern pushpit with gate for boarding, incorporating teak-slatted seats port and starboard and stowage for two liferafts beneath.

Stainless steel fishing rod holders on pushpit, port and starboard.

Stainless steel halyard ‘parking’ rail.

Bowsprit with GRP cowl attached to stainless steel stemhead for flying downwind sails clear of the bow.

4 x large Wichard ‘WD-6505’ folding padeyes on foredeck for tying down dinghy.

Ensign staff socket.

Stern post at stern for navigation/communications antenna.

Status (FM/AM) TV antenna.

Carbon fibre wing section, angled aft on the aft port deck for satellite communications dome, including floodlight for transom switched at pedestal and camera on swivel mount, so it can be manually pointed forward or aft.

Large gas locker within the aft deck for two 13kg bottles. Second teak grating mid-height shelf for stowage of petrol can.

Lewmar ‘Grand Prix’ stainless steel deck switches.

Stainless steel grab holds over aft deck winches.

2 x 10 litre Jerry cans (MCA compliant).


MAST and RIGGING           

Sloop rig.

Hall Spars carbon mast with 2:1 mainsail halyard – clear coat paint finish.

Oceanfurl in-boom hydraulic furling with captive reel winch. Boom upgraded to clear coat finish.

Upgraded to 4-spreader rig.

Hall Spars SCR carbon rigging and Reckmann carbon furling foil for blade jib.

Reckmann CZ furler for Code Zero into carbon bowsprit (clear coat paint finish) including CZ stay and halyard lock at masthead.

Upgraded to hydraulic halyard tensioner for headsail with deck buttons at mast base for adjustment.

In-boom preventer with sheave at aft end of boom.

Custom lightning wand at masthead connected to heavy-duty bonding cable in mast to keel.

Navtec storm stay tensioning for storm jib on inner stay with halyard lock.

2 x Navtec A260-LE-040 hydraulic backstay tensioners with mechanical lock-off.

1 x Navtec A850-VC-090 hydraulic vang with positive support. Finished in black anodised alloy cases. Outhaul ram in boom. Operation of rig hydraulics powered via push button at pedestals.

Discontinuous Navtec rod rigging.

Aramid removable storm/staysail stay, stowed against mast.

Hydraulic stay tensioner within deck.

Battery driven angle grinder to meet MCA requirement for mast wire rigging cutting device.



Reckmann RF-90 hydraulic headsail furling, which gives push-button reefing and furling of the blade jib. Finished in black anodising and stainless steel.

Manual backup.

Dual controls for each headsail furling function, so the sail may be furled from either side of the cockpit.



By Lewmar – all stainless steel self-tailing deck winches:

2 x Lewmar 88/3 SHST three-speed, hydraulic drive, stainless steel self-tailing primary winches.

2 x Lewmar 77/2 SHST two-speed, hydraulic drive, stainless steel GY, self-tailing secondary winches.

1 x Lewmar CRW3500 hydraulic captive reel mainsheet winch, mounted below deck.

2 x Lewmar 77/2 SHST hydraulic drive, stainless steel GY, self-tailing halyard winches.

3 x winch handle pockets – two in in cockpit and one on mast.

2 x reef line padeyes each with a snatch block on deck for leading reef lines to halyard winches.


SPINNAKER GEAR              

Single carbon spinnaker pole stowed vertically on mast.

Package includes chainplates, deck fittings, halyard, topping lift, pole lift, single sheet, guy, fore guy and all required blocks.


SAILS                                 By Elvstrøm.

                                           1 x mainsail – cruise laminate.

                                           1 x genoa – cruise laminate.

                                           1 x light genoa – cruise laminate.

                                           1 x storm genoa – Dacron (orange).

                                           1 x staysail – laminate.

                                           1 x Code Zero.


                                           1 x A3 – 1.5 (new).

                                           1 x A3 – 1.5 (old).

                                           1 x A4 – 2.5 (new).

                                           1  A3 – 1.5 (old).

                                           1 x A1.5 (new).


                                           By Doyle Sails.

                                           1 x mainsail – new carbon laminate.

                                           1 x genoa – new carbon laminate.


                                           By OneSails.

                                           1 x gennaker role – 2.5, 650sqm.



Eight berths in four cabins, excluding the saloon. Additional Pullman berth in starboard guest cabin.

All sea berths have Dacron lee screens fitted with lanyards to removable-eye mounting points. Double berths have split mattresses allowing for a central lee cloth.

Interior joinery finished in crown-cut walnut in gloss finish.

Foam cored joinery for lightweight construction.

Designed to be modern and coordinated, whilst remaining practical and durable at sea. Essential features include sculpted fiddles and grabrails, ‘shadow-gap’ joints between joinery, solid shaped oak and stainless steel grab handles and solid framed styled doors with laid veneers and soft-close seals.

Lockers fitted with shelves and fiddles.

Drawers have quality metal runners with soft-close feature to give smooth operation.

Timage ‘475a00c’ polished chrome cabin door handles.

Flush fitting Sugatsune ‘PKL-08 black nickel’ catches.

Cabin soleboards in V-groove maple, satin finish. Step nosing and thresholds in walnut. Step risers in maple. Druggets for soleboards in Weathermax ‘Beige’ with non-slip backing.

JAB ‘Diva 3508/191’ carpet with non-slip backing fitted to owner’s cabin aft raised areas port and starboard of bed. Maple soleboards retained, so margins raised and step thresholds secured to carpet. Same in aft passageway from bottom step riser to owner’s cabin door.

JAB ‘Diva 3508/191’ carpet with non-slip backing wall to sofa, fitted in lower saloon laid over soleboards and margins and finished just forward of the aft radius to sofa base.

Rustic oak white painted panelling. Kick recesses and mid-height banding in walnut with horizontal grain.

Alcantara‘White’ upholstery and padded panels for headboards, seating and berth surrounds. Double stitched boxed design on the seats and backrests. Kick panel below the saloon settee fronts upholstered with contrasting textured fabric.

Berth mattresses covered in Kirkby House ‘53 Crème Anglais’ fabric.

Owner’s and aft guest cabins feature special large ‘seascape’ vertical non-opening ports set into the hull side, which brings in an abundance of natural light and offers a wonderful vista of the ocean when at anchor.

Avonite ‘Alpine Shimmer 8206’ galley and heads work surfaces.

Heads fitted with custom white washbasin under mounted to the satin-finished Avonite surface. The lower area of each head utilizes a GRP moulding with well radiused corners. The remaining area is finished with joinered timber and a white velour mica laminate.


Heads and shower soles in ‘blonde teak’ with ‘maple’ stripes to satin finish, running fore and aft.

‘Pino White Chic 4515’ Arpa Larix wall finish to all heads.

All heads have perspex shower doors in two sections, hinged on each vertical edge and with a central seal strip held closed by the hinges (no central latch).

Hansgrohe quality mixer taps and thermostatic shower controls.

Matching towel rail, toothbrush tumbler, soap dispenser, toilet roll holder and toilet brush.

Sealand electric Vacuflush toilet systems, each with own pump and night switch, ‘white’ porcelain bowls and freshwater flush.

Headlining in ‘off-white’ fabric.

Crew covers in ‘Planada’ type material for upper and lower saloon seating (two complete sets).

Blind system to windows in all cabins.

The saloon side windows have electrically operated pleated blinds with tracks concealed as part of the headlining arrangement.

Electric Roman blinds (switched) in guest and owner’s cabins, full width of hullport recess.

Electric Oceanair Skysol blinds in ‘Chintz Topar Plus 481-0711’ fabric to port and starboard upper saloon and single lower saloon hullport.

The forward corner and front deck saloon windows have removable exterior sunscreens.

Hull portholes all have blinds.

Oceanair Skyscreens to all deck hatches.

Electronic barometer.




Sail locker within the foredeck fitted with square teaked flush hinged lid and flush type locking device.

Watertight door from crew cabin.

Removable ladder to assist entry from deck hatch.

Sail stowage on the bow section with port and starboard lockers aft of the main ring frame.

Stainless steel hanging bars fitted to underside of deck port and starboard.

Stowage for outboard engine with fully contained sump to prevent fuel spillage reaching other areas.



To port with Sealand Vacuflush electric toilet, washbasin and stall shower.



Heated towel rail and extractor fan.

Lockers for wash bags, cleaning materials and linen stowage.

Shaver socket in locker.




The forward starboard cabin is configured with twin bunk berths and storage under.


TWIN CREW CABIN            

Headboard and outboard mattress panel in Alcantara ‘1001 Eggshell.’

Hanging locker with automatic light and mirror.

Fold-up desk with chart plotter and pilot control set into bulkhead above.

Additional safe under V-groove maple sole.


LOWER SALOON                 

L-shaped seating area with coffee table.

Seating covered in Zimmer Rohde ‘Loft 10536-811’ fabric. Full backrests to the sofa seating and lee cloth fitted to seating base.

Small TV on electric lift inside locker at aft end of sofa.

Aircraft style drop down lockers in headlining space.

White painted rustic oak triple horizontal panelling on bulkheads.


ENGINE ROOM                   

The engine room is built of Barrifloor sound insulating plywood.

Both engine and generators have anti-vibration mounts specifically engineered to reduce transmitted vibration into the boat.

Access is via a door from the galley area, other access panels are fitted with rubber sealing strips to minimise noise and are secured by positive catches.

220V and 24V lighting with extractor fans ducted to the exterior.

Heavy-duty air intake system fitted to provide a constant through-flow of air.

Automatic and manual operation fire extinguisher with remote indicator light.

Exposed wood surfaces in engine room and generator area painted with fire resistant material (MCA requirement).

Ear defenders in loose gear and ‘ear defenders required’ signs at entrances to engine spaces (MCA compliant).



Self-contained galley with extensive Avonite work surfaces and serving area to starboard.

Upper lockers above countertop painted white.

Three white painted rustic oak horizontal panels on forward bulkhead.

Stowage for crockery and cutlery.

Broan trash compactor.

Knife block.


Sub mounted stainless steel sink and drainer system.

Waste disposal unit fitted to galley sink.


5-burner GN Espace electric cooker in stainless steel gimballed frame with high fiddles and crash bar.

Miele KM6115 electric hob.

Alpes Inox cooker hood with light and extractor fan.

Stainless steel plate to combustible surface behind cooker (MCA compliant).


Miele H6200BM combination microwave/oven.


Liebherr IKBP 2750 Premium BioFresh (A+++ rated) domestic refrigerator unit at aft end of galley, linked to inverter for permanent 220V supply.

SubZero ‘ICB700BR’ double refrigerator vegetable drawer in galley inboard unit.


Stainless steel front opening 24V Frigomatic freezer with automatic door light.


Full size Miele G4280Vi integrated dishwasher.


Miele WT2780 washer/dryer.


UPPER SALOON                  

The saloon is extremely light and airy with windows providing an almost panoramic view of the exterior.

Accessed from the cockpit’s sliding, mechanically assisted, smoked glazed entry system via a set of timber steps with stainless steel handrails.

Featuring a large square shaped settee to starboard covered in Zimmer Rohde ‘Loft 10536-811’ fabric with expandable twin pedestal table to provide comfortable seating for 8 people. This table can convert from a large dining table to a lower and smaller occasional/coffee table with Compass rose marquetry for when in the coffee table position.

Rounded seating with flying backrests.

To port is a large storage and serving area.

Port side locker designed and fitted with a SubZero ‘ICB424G’ wine cooler at the forward end, a glasses locker with smoked glass door to match wine cooler at aft end, and open book stowage in the middle. Glasses locker shelving matches timber in wine cooler.

TV on electric hinge-up system at the aft end starboard side saloon.

Grab hold rails port and starboard in headlining.

Aft corner air risers port and starboard covered with Zimmer Rohde ‘Tao 10477 981’ fabric with 1” band at the top in headlining material.

Two sets of steps lead down to the lower level saloon, whilst another set leads aft to the central passageway and VIP guest cabins, beneath the cockpit.



The navigation area with leather-covered navigator’s seat is situated to port at the aft end of the saloon.

The chart table faces aft and is customised around the electronics and navigational equipment, which is flush-mounted with concealed lighting.

Navigation console and desk lid inlay in BR Marine ‘Pueblo Wet Slate PBL222’ leather.

Provision for stowage of Admiralty size, half-folded charts, navigational books and almanacs.


PORT DOUBLE GUEST CABIN                 

Situated aft of the navigation area to port with a double berth arrangement, sprung berth mattress and ample drawer space underneath.

Headboard and three bedside mattress panels in Zimmer Rohde ‘Tao 10477 981’ fabric.

White painted rustic oak triple panelling on bulkheads with gloss walnut (vertical grain) below.

Hanging locker with automatic light and mirror.

Full-length mirror on inside cabin door with bevelled edge.

Electric hullport Roman blind in Zimmer Rohde ‘Tao 10477 981’ fabric.


PORT AFT GUEST               

To port with Sealand Vacuflush electric toilet, washbasin and stall shower.



Hansgrohe Axor Citterio crosshead 3-hole taps.

Handheld bidet system - Aquastream MIX5 concealed mixer and ‘Stella’ chrome tap with trigger mounted on bulkhead behind toilet.

Heated towel rail and extractor fan.

Lockers for wash bags, cleaning materials and linen stowage.

Shaver socket in locker.




Situated aft of the saloon to starboard with twin lower berths, sprung mattresses and ample drawer space underneath.

Pullman berth on inboard bulkhead.

Headboard and three bedside mattress panels in Zimmer Rohde ‘Tao 10477 981’ fabric.

White painted rustic oak triple panelling on bulkheads with gloss walnut (vertical grain) below.

Hanging locker with automatic light and mirror.

Full-length mirror on inside cabin door with bevelled edge.

Electric hullport Roman blind in Zimmer Rohde ‘Tao 10477 981’ fabric.



Aft cabin configured with a double berth offset from centreline and sprung berth mattress. Headboard in Zimmer Rohde ‘Tao 10477 981’ fabric.

Dressing table and large hanging locker with abundant drawer and locker space.

Rear of hanging locker and outboard of library unit is custom-made rifle safe. Space for one rifle and shelves for other items, hinged on outboard edge.

Forward starboard corner has full-length hanging lockers with white painted rustic oak doors.

Open shelved locker aft of hanging lockers for books.

Aft port corner has owner’s desk with BR Marine ‘Pueblo Wet Slate PBL222’ leather inlay to lid and free-standing ‘Milano 2060’ chair, upholstered with Zimmer Rohde ‘Tao 10477 981’ fabric.

Drawer units, bookrack at aft end, navigation display and pilot control on bathroom bulkhead facing aft.

Full-length mirror on cabin side of heads door.

Lower units under starboard hullport have lockers with shelves.

White painted rustic oak triple panelling on bulkheads with gloss walnut (vertical grain) below.

Electric hullport Roman blinds. Single blind across the three windows in Zimmer Rohde ‘Tao 10477 981’ fabric.

Additional sound insulation on the inside of the hull throughout the cabin.

Valve in limber tube from lazarette has easy access at forward end of berth.

Access to the en suite aft head and stall shower located forward to port.

A door leads to the corridor running forward beneath the steering cockpit.

Overhead clear deck/escape hatch with emergency access ladder.

Heated and vented hanging locker at aft end of aft passageway.


EN SUITE HEAD/ SHOWER             

To port with Sealand Vacuflush electric toilet, washbasin and stall shower.

Hansgrohe Axor Citterio crosshead 3-hole taps.

Handheld bidet system - Aquastream MIX5 concealed mixer and ‘Stella’ chrome tap with trigger mounted on bulkhead behind toilet.

Boosted pump to hot and cold water pressure to sink and shower and upgraded to grey water discharge pump.

Shower standoff panel and shower floor in Avonite ‘Alpine Shimmer – 8206.’

Heated towel rail and extractor fan.

Lockers for wash bags, cleaning materials and linen stowage.

Extendable chrome/silver square shaving mirror with lit frame and shaver socket in upper aft locker.



Stereo FM radio/CD player with iPod and iPhone connectivity.

Twin loudspeakers in the deck saloon headlining and fader control to switch from saloon to the two waterproof cockpit loudspeakers.



Fusion remote control at starboard pedestal with three pairs of speakers.

CD and USB memory stick (separate from saloon).


CD and USB playback with pair of headlining speakers.

CHART TABLE                  

Yachtspot Wi-Fi/4G router.

Yellowbrick 3 tracking system.

LOWER SALOON              

22” LED TV on electric lift with DVD player and stereo speakers in headlining.

UPPER SALOON               

32” widescreen LED TV with DVD player and 5.1 surround sound.

Separate audio system for CD and USB memory stick.

Electric TV hinge lift.

OWNER’S STATEROOM                    

CD and USB playback with 2.1 surround sound.




Single Cummins Turbo-charged QSL9-330, heavy-duty 9-litre diesel engine of 246kW (330hp) at 1800rpm.

Twin disc MGX 5095A gearbox, which gives a reduction of 2.04:1 and incorporates a 7-degree down angle.


ENGINE HOURS                  

Approximately 4,475 at May 2019.



4-bladed 813mm (32”) diameter Brunton Varifold folding propeller connected to the engine via a 70mm diameter stainless steel propeller shaft, through a bronze P-bracket and a water-lubricated lip seal stern gland system.

Propeller coated with Propspeed anti fouling system.


ROPE CUTTER                    

Rope cutter on shaft.



Twin alternators, one of which is controlled by the Mastervolt Alpha Pro regulator.



Onan MDKBT e-QD 22.5kW, 220V AC, 50Hz running at 1500rpm 4-cylinder diesel generator. Exhaust water separator and water lock. Remote start/stop and instruments mounted on the AC electrical panel with PTO for running hydraulic system and thrusters.

Upgraded OnanMDKBP e-QD 13.5kW, 220V AC, 50Hz running at 1500rpm 4-cylinder diesel generator to handle additional items. Exhaust water separator and water lock. Remote start/stop and instruments mounted on AC electrical panel.



Left generator approximately 5,404 hours at May 2019.

Right generator approximately 1,489 hours at May 2019.



Lewmar 300 Vertical Retract (28hp) retractable, hydraulic bowthruster and Lewmar A300 retractable hydraulic stern thruster. Controls at port steering pedestal.


STEERING SYSTEM             

Lewmar custom steering system.



Lewmar 800 Commander system to power the headsail furling drive, anchor windlass, forward warping winch, captive reel mainsheet winch, primary, secondary and halyard winches.

Upgraded to include CZ furler, halyard tensioner, in-boom furling, anchor deployment arm and halyard ram.



220V Cruisair Stoway reverse cycle dual frequency heating and cooling system giving a total of 100,000 BTU's at 60Hz, which is substantially in excess of Cruisair recommendations. Drainage system for condensate water.

Owner’s stateroom and aft port and starboard guest cabins have remote air handlers, with compressors in engine room and air handlers under berths. Forward cabins have Stoway units.

Control panels are set into Vimar surrounds.


HEATING                            Eberspacher Hydronic DW16 heater:

                                           Two fan matrix in owner’s cabin and upper saloon.

                                           One in each guest cabin.

                                           One in lower saloon.

                                           One in galley.

                                           One in crew cabin.



Seafresh watermaker H2016A unit (276 litres per hour) with automatic back flush and remote control panel.



3,500 litres approximately (770 Imp gallons/925 US gallons) in two GRP tanks.

Shut-off valves on fuel and water tank breathers (MCA compliant).



2,000 litres approximately (440 Imp gallons/528 US gallons) in two GRP tanks.



Tank gauge system linked to all tanks, enabling fuel and water levels in each tank to be monitored.

Back-up calibrated dipsticks with calibration chart.


HOT WATER                       

From two insulated approximately 93 litres (20 Imp gallons/25 US gallons) tanks, heated by the engine’s heat exchanger, or by thermostatically-controlled 220V, 2kW immersion heater elements powered by the generator or dockside power. One tank serves the area forward of the engine room and the other aft of the engine room. Each tank is fitted with a thermostatic safety blender valve.



Hot and cold pressurised freshwater system using PEX/PBT pipe work and fittings.

Pair of Purion UV sterilisers fitted.

Jabsco charcoal filter on galley cold water supply.


GREY WATER                     

Five grey water ‘sump’ tanks, each fitted with a float switch and a Whale Gulper, giving automatic evacuation of all showers and washbasins.

The galley sinks pump directly overboard via a Whale Gulper pump activated by a Vimar rocker switch.

Shared automatic discharge grey water tank for dishwasher and washing machine.


BLACK WATER                   

Two central GRP black water holding tanks for all WCs.

Each tank configured for discharge below water with additional ability to be pumped out from on deck via flush-mounted deck fittings.

The tanks are fitted with electric tank capacity gauges.



Two bronze manifold systems, both sited in the engine room for seawater inlets to reduce through hull fittings.



SHIP’S SUPPLY                   24V.


RING MAIN                        

220V AC ring main with 12 double 13A, 3-pin outlet sockets located as appropriate within the layout.

Light switches and sockets are Vimar black chrome with black switches where mounted onto walnut, or white switches and white surround where mounted onto painted oak.



12V cigarette lighter socket at chart table for recharging phones, etc.



1 x 24V waterproof socket at pedestal, and anchor locker with permanent live connection for searchlight/NUC lights/anchor light (MCA compliant).

12V/35A dinghy inflator socket in anchor locker.

Shaver sockets in each heads upper lockers.



Domestic: Genasun Lithium Ion LiFePO4 batteries (1440Ah) with 3 x Victron 100A chargers.

Engine start: Power from a separate 95Ah (approximately) 24V battery bank devoted to engine starting.

Generator start: Separate 95Ah 12V generator starting battery.

In addition to above there is a dedicated 24V, 55Ah battery bank for navigational instrumentation. This bank is charged from the main house batteries by 2 x 20A, 24/24 DC converters with voltage and current monitoring at the DC panel.

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.


BATTERY MANAGEMENT                                         

Chargers: Charging of the batteries from the engine is via two separate systems.

The engine batteries are charged by an engine alternator of approximately 70A.

The service batteries are charged by a Mastervolt 150A alternator on the engine.

The generator starting battery is charged by its own alternator.

In addition to alternator charging the batteries can be charged by 3 x Mastervolt MASS 100A/24V battery chargers with variable control, which feed on 220V from either the generator or dockside power.

All electrics are connected to a central circuit breaker system. A Masterview Easy control panel also acting as a voltmeter and ammeter is fitted to accurately monitor the ship's batteries. Battery isolators are fitted remotely.

Safety ‘kill switch’ mounted at the steering pedestal to allow isolation of powered deck gear, in the event of an emergency.

Emergency link.



5kW Mastervolt MASS 24V/5000W sine inverter for low load applications with separate load group for V-satellite and TVs.



63A dockside 3-core double insulated power cable.

64A-32A plug and socket adapter lead and 64A socket to bare wire adapter lead.

Hubbell socket in transom.



Downlight type lights in polished chrome finish with downlighters over reading areas.

Strip lights and downlights in each head, as well as over the galley work surfaces.

Reading light for each berth.

Automatic light to drinks locker.

Freezer automatic door light.

Automatic light rails to hanging lockers.

LED engine room lights.

Floor lights.

LED accent light in cockpit.

Concealed LED rope lights – two in saloon and one in chart table fascia.

Red overhead light at chart table.

Low-level recessed LED strip lighting under upper and lower saloon seating kick recessed and port side upper saloon units, owner’s and guest cabin berths.

Dimmers to upper saloon, lower saloon and owner’s cabin overhead lighting.

Picture rail lights:

On aft portside bulkhead of owner’s cabin.

To forward bulkhead outboard of owner’s cabin door.

To forward and inboard bulkheads of lower saloon.

On aft bulkhead of guest cabins.



Boom lights over cockpit and aft deck.

Pair of downlighters on lower spreaders, switched at pedestal.

4 pairs of uplighters, one pair per spreader, switched at pedestal and positioned close to mast to give maximum light effect on black mast.

LED lazarette lights.

Aqua Signal 55 port and starboard lights to MCA standards.

Aqua Signal 55 stern light to MCA standards.

Aqua Signal 55 steaming light switched on vessel’s main distribution panel.

Aqua Signal Kiel deck floodlight, switched to the steering pedestal for easy access in case of emergencies.

Aqua Signal tri-white light at masthead.

Aqua Signal hanging anchor light, plug, lead and downhaul rope with anchor ball day shape.

12 pairs of bulwark LED white lights at each stanchion base fore and aft.

8 x Ocean LED Pro Series ‘2010FM-HD’ blue underwater lights – two under lazarette and six that fan out around cockpit area of hull.

2 x all round red ‘Not Under Command’ (NUC) lights with cable and socket to deck fire pump power supply (MCA compliant).

Handheld searchlight (MCA compliant).


Flush-mounted SIRS Marine Major 150mm diameter magnetic steering compass with internal lighting and a substantial stainless steel grab rail.

Hand compasses (MCA compliant).


SAILING INSTRUMENTS                                              

Sailmon MM104LP instrument system displays each side of companionway (portrait), showing the same four lines of data on each (AWS/AWA/SPD/depth).


PORT PEDESTAL              

1 x Raymarine p70 pilot control.

1 x Raymarine i70 display.

Raymarine R260E VHF repeater station.

Raymarine e125 HybridTouch radar/plotter in navigation pod.



1 x Raymarine p70 pilot control.

1 x Raymarine i70 display.

Raymarine e125 HybridTouch radar/plotter in navigation pod.


CHART TABLE                  

Raymarine SmartController wireless pilot remote.

1 x Raymarine p70 pilot control.

1 x Raymarine i70 display.

Raymarine R260E VHF main station.

Raymarine Ray130 GPS integrated to eSeries.

Raymarine e165 HybridTouch radar/plotter.

Raymarine HD digital 4kW scanner.

Raymarine CAM100 camera in engine room linked to all eSeries.

Raymarine CAM100 camera on stern pole linked to all eSeries.

Raymarine AIS650.

Echomax Active radar transponder.

Furuno N300 Navtex.

Furuno GP32 GPS receiver.


CHART PLOTTER/GPS/ RADAR                                    

Raymarine e125 HybridTouch multi-functional radar/chart plotter/GPS.

Raymarine Ray130 GPS integrated to eSeries.

Furuno GP32 GPS receiver as standalone unit (for emergency backup).

4kW Radome mounted on the mast.

Wireless connectivity via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

GPS antenna mounted on the pushpit.



Raymarine AIS650 Class B transceiver.



Raymarine automatic pilot with a hydraulic drive unit.

Type SPX SOL SmartPilot course computer and a p70 control head at the port pedestal.



Windex at masthead.



Furuno N300 Navtex.


VHF RADIO                        

Raymarine Ray 260E, Class D-DSC VHF radio-telephone with masthead antenna and second station at pedestal.

Emergency handheld VHF radio.

Hailer-horn function mounted on mast.


SSB RADIO                        

Icom IC-M802 SSB radio.

Wide copper strip from chart table to lazarette and twin large ground plates as SSB earth.


SATELLITE PHONE             

FleetBroadband 250 with dome mounted on aft pole.

Ethernet connection at navigation station and owner’s cabin desk and captain’s cabin desk.

Cordless telephone in owner’s cabin.



WithRaymarine application installed.




2 x 8-man Ocean Safety ‘OCEAN ISO9650 Type 1 Group A’ liferafts in canisters with SOLAS B grab bags. Hydrostatic release for liferafts. Valid until February 2022.



Float free 406MHz EPIRB with GPS mounted on teak plinth on pushpit.



Echomax 230 radar reflector on mast, painted black to match mast.


BILGE PUMPS                     

Utility Puppy 3000 electric bilge pump with Par hydro air switch.

Henderson MkV manual bilge pump (rated at 135 litres per minute) operated from the side of the cockpit and fitted with a metal deck plate.

Emergency engine-driven 38mm Jabsco bilge pump with manual clutch (rated to pump approximately 190 litres per minute).


DECK SAFETY                     

2 x white Ocean Safety horseshoe buoys with lights, drogues and brackets.

4 x lifebuoys with name of vessel and port painted on.

Danbuoy (Jonbuoy) on pushpit.

1 x buoyant line.

20 x lifejackets.

4 x parachute flares.

6 x red handheld flares.

2 x smoke signals.

Thermal protective aid x 12 (stowed in grab bag).

Webbing side deck jackstays on Wichard padeyes bow and stern. Upgraded to included additional two pairs of Wichard padeyes and webbings for safe transit from helms to aft deck.

Stainless steel U-bolts for safety harness attachment in cockpit.

Portable VHF.

Life saving signal tables.

Training Manual.

Instruction manual - schedule of maintenance.



6 x 1kg dry powder fire extinguishers for accommodation.

1 x automatic and manual operation fire extinguisher of appropriate capacity for engine room space with remote indicator light (MCA compliant).

2 x automatic fire extinguishers within generator sound shields (one in each).

1 x 2kg dry powder fire extinguisher – mounted in lazarette locker.

1 x fire blanket for galley.

2 x 13A/113B fire extinguishers (MCA compliant).



Bilge alarm in each watertight compartment.

Low voltage battery (loud) alarm at chart table and owner’s cabin.

High-level float switch with audible alarm at pedestal to indicate primary bilge pump is not dealing with the rising water level in the bilge (a different sound to existing alarms).

Smoke alarms for engine room and galley.

Household smoke detectors outside cabins.

Handheld bell (MCA compliant).


OTHER SAFETY FEATURES                                           

Foghorn (MCA compliant).

Handheld torches with stowage in each cabin (MCA compliant).

Watertight bulkheads and doors to owner’s cabin, crew cabin and sail locker.

Engine air inlet and exits have fire flaps and pass down flooding angle requirements. Lazarette exits have closures.

Storm boards/deadlights.



Williams 325 JetTender with custom trolley.



Warps and fenders. 220V AC high-speed air pump for fenders, tender, etc. Mounted in the lazarette with triple air lines off manifold to quickly inflate the three sections of the tender simultaneously.



Bauer Junior II dive compressor with hour meter and long hose in lazarette. (Cylinders can be filled whilst hung over the stern and immersed in the sea).

Dive bottle stowage in lazarette for two bottles.

2 x 10 litre 232 bar dive bottles with boot and A-clamp fitting.



Oyster customised Royal Doulton fine bone china crockery.



Oyster customised Robert Welch stainless steel cutlery.



Key safe.



Heyco large marine toolkit in sealed box.





NB: All personal belongings and all other items not expressly listed in the above inventory are excluded from the sale.

Viewing through Oyster Brokerage.

Inventory not yet verified by the owner.

NB: Name ‘Guardian Angel’ to be retained by the Vendor.

Draft Issue 2 (GE/OA/jg)

In this transaction we are acting as Brokers only. We are informed that this sale is not related to the Owner’s business, trade or profession. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up.



The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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