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Globetrotting Oyster 54 Yacht Sold

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Lovingly maintained and exceptionally equipped by an owner with care on the globetrotting Yacht. Attention to detail was considered in every aspect of modification. Many of the owner’s upgrades were carried out by the Oyster Yacht factory in Southampton and Ipswich. Technical upgrades included changes to the LED lighting, sound and entertainment systems. Additions include a carbon gangway (passerelle).

This Yacht is presented in superb condition, and this Yacht has to be seen to be appreciated. The interior is finished in American light oak and created with handcrafted joinery. The final finish gives a sense of quality and craftsmanship that one would expect at this level of luxury yacht creation.

The rig is set up for short-handed sailing, offering a rewarding and exciting sailing experience for both skipper and crew.

Berthed in Gibraltar, this beautiful Yacht is ready to sail on her next adventure.

Currently fully winterised and ashore and available for survey inspection of all systems. No known faults exist, and everything is fully functioning. She is European VAT Paid with all papers in order.

General Accommodation Specification  

The accommodation comprises six berths in three cabins (excluding the saloon). The Interior is finished in white oak, supporting the Design concept to be modern yet practical and usable at sea. Features include sculpted fiddles with grab rails, ‘shadow-gap’ joints between panels and Oyster custom-made knobs for all lockers and drawers. In 2018 the teak cabin floor was replaced. Created by Dolphin Sails, Carpets also cover the sole boards in the saloon, galley, and owners’ stateroom. 

Surfaces in the Galley and heads are Avonite and Sandpiper coloured, whereas the headlining is vinylene. She is upholstered with covers in AAlcantaraand Amber glow. Lee screens are available on all berths.

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A foam-backed vinyl saloon table cover protects the beautiful table wood. Curtains and blind systems are fitted in all cabins. Oceanair ‘Skyscreens’ are also fitted to all deck hatches with flyscreens to all opening hull and coach-roof ports.

Hella 24V fans in cabins and Galley affect a breeze when needed. 

Forward Double Cabin:
 Comprising of Centreline double berth. Hanging locker, shelf and stowage beneath the berth and access to the fore-deck via fore-hatch,

Twin Cabin: To starboard (bunk) with upper and lower berths. The stowage beneath the lower berth has a hanging locker and vanity unit with a drawer.

Foreward Heads:  To port fitted with a PAR Quiet flush electric toilet, washbasin and shower. Mirror, Lockers

Saloon:    L-shaped settee and table to starboard, and seating to port. A fold-over leaf table forms a large dining table when opened or an occasional table in its closed position. A stainless steel book rack in the starboard hull port recess. Locker for bottles, glasses and crockery. Bosch washer/dryer fitted in saloon table pedestal (service 2019) 

The Galley, situated transport, has ample storage. Access to the engine compartment. Oilskin hanging locker
Sinks: Twin stainless
Cooker: Force 10 gimballed stainless steel 4-burner gas cooker with grill and oven.
Microwave: Panasonic Combi oven and grill, new in 2013
Refrigerator: Front-opening stainless steel.
Navigation: To starboard with a forward-facing chart table. Bookrack and drawer. Access to engine room inboard

Owner’s Stateroom:

A large aft cabin with a double berth, slightly offset to port, with a custom high-quality composite foam mattress. Settee and dressing table/desk to starboard. Large hanging locker, plus several other lockers and drawers. En-Suite Heads To starboard with PAR Quiet Flush electric toilet, washbasin, and separate shower stall. Mirror. Lockers.


Hull number:     Oyster 54/01

Hull construction: Hull ‘custom’ laminates comprise a combination of E Glass, Kevlar and CarbonFibre, which offers significant weight savings, strength and stiffness advantages over normal GRP incorporated with balsa core above the waterline for additional strength, stiffness and insulation. Solid laminate below the waterline reinforced with stringers and floors.

Hull finish: Hull painted in Awlgrip Flag Blue with gold cove line and white double boot top lines 

Deck Construction: Moulded in GRP with Balsa Core. The deck finished is finished in teak. She has a self-draining teak-laid cockpit floor, with GRP low profile ‘roll edge’ bulwark.

Keel:  High performance (HPB) with external lead keel bulb

Rudder: Protected skeg-hung rudder

Stern design:  The stern design incorporates a bathing platform trimmed with teak slats and two tteak-filledstainless steel steps to access the stern deck and hot & cold shower.

EURCD  Built to comply with the latest requirements for Category A- Ocean

Engine: Yanmar 4JH4-HTBE 110Hp (81kW) four-cylinder turbo diesel

Propeller:     Gori 3-blade folding type.

Rope Cutter:  Ambassador 

Alternators:   80A 150Ah 150A/24V Mastervolt heavy duty

Generator:    Onan MDKAV 7 Kw 220v 50hZ

Bowthruster:  MaxPower CT 165 24V tunnel bow thruster, including eyebrow on the hull.

Air Conditioning:  220V Cruisair reverses cycle system (cold and hot), comprising 116,000 BTU units. 3 x air conditioning units: owner’s stateroom, saloon, and fore & side cabin Fully Serviced 2018

Watermaker:  Seafresh 204A 220VAC providing 72 litres/hour


Ships Supply:  24V

Remain:     220V 50Hz A.C. ring main with 5 x double, 3-pin Clipsal sockets located as appropriate within the layout  

Other Electrical Sockets:
12V Cigar lighter type socket at chart table

Batteries:     Domestic: 8 x 6V heavy-duty ‘deep-cycle batteries giving 440Ah, new in 2018.
 Engine start: 2 x 75A / 12V giving 150Ah, new in 2019
1 x generator starting, new in 2019

Battery Management
 Mastervolt 220V MASS 24V / 75A charger
Mastervolt Masterlink MICC – battery meter and remote panel
 Mastervolt Alpha Pro regulator
 Emergency Link

Inverter:     220V MASS sine inverter 24/2500

Shorepower:  30A 18m (60′) dockside power cable. Hubbell socket in the transom.
Second 30A shore power lead + 20m extension and socket for air conditioner

Interior Lighting:
 All interior lights from Calibra
PPre-bit-downlight LED chrome-over over reading areas, switchable and dimmable between red & white.
Reading I am reading or each berth.
LED lights under bunks and perimeter of owner’s bed, new in 2018
The LED light in companionway steps, new in 2013
 Automatic door lights to drinks locker and refrigerator
 Flexible chart table lamp switch red/ white LED
LED red/white to galley and chart table

Exterior Lighting:
 2 x LED boom lights over cockpit table, new in 2013
LED Up-lighters on upper and lower spreaders, plus down-lighter on lower spreaders only ( NEW 2019)
Aqua Signal LED navigation lights and steaming light, new in 2013
Aqua Signal deck light
Hella NaviLED Trio tri-colour with anchor light, new in 2017


Fuel:  850 litres approximately ( 187 imp/224 US gallons) in GRP tank

Water: 750 litres approximately ( 165 imp/198 US gallons) in GRP tank

Hot Water:  From an insulated tank of approximately 73 litres ( 16 imp/19 U.S. gallons) heated by the engine’s heat exchange or by thermostatically controlled 220V, 1.25kW immersion heater elements powered by the generator or dockside power.

Pressurised Hot & Cold Water Freshwater System
 Aqua Filter water purifying charcoal filter on galley cold supply.

Holding Tanks: Polypropylene gravity discharge holding tanks x 2, with Wema gauges.


Mast & Rigg Rig-slooploop

 Selden Furling mast, white painted with electric drive to in-mast furling
 Selden solid rod kicker/vang
Hydraulic Holmatro integral backstay adjusted
Folding mast steps x 2 close to the masthead
‘No Strike’ ion dissipators x 2 at the masthead
Inner forestay chainplate and mast fitting fitted for the storm jib.
Standing rigging 1 x 19mm stainless steel Dyform wire
Mast was removed and fully serviced in 2015

Mainsail Furling: Selden

Headsail Furling: Selden Furlex manual headsail furling system

Winches:       Lewmar – self-tailing;

              2 x #65 CEST electric 2-speed primaries

              1 x #46 CST mainsail reefing on mast

              1 x #48 CEST electric mainsheet

              2 x #50 2-speed main and genoa halyard on mast

              2 x #16 CST mainsheet traveller

Spinnaker Gear: 
 Spinnaker pole and rigging attached to the mast. Package includes chainplates, deck fittings, halyard, topping lift, pole lift, single sheet, buy fore guy and all required blocks.

Sails:         By  North Sails

             Mainsail in Dyneema, new in 2014 (hardly used)

             Genoa in Dyneema, new in 2014 (hardly used)

             Fully cleaned by North Sails in 2019, new sails in production to be added by Dolphin Sails

             MPS Cruising Chute with a squeezer



Compasses: S.I. R.S. Major 150mm steering compass

Sailing Instruments:

           Raymarine ST60+, including Speed, Depth, Log and Analogue Wind Speed/Direction

Radar/     Raymarine E120 system at chart table with 4kW radar

Chart Plotter/GPS

           Raymarine E80 repeater mounted in Navpod at the forward end of the cockpit.

Autopilot:   Raymarine ST6002

Windex:    Windex and wind vane at masthead

Navtex:    Furuno NX 300 at chart table, linked to PC

VHF Radio:  Raymarine 240E D-DSC VHF, and additional VHF and speaker at the pedestal, new 2013

SSB Radio:  Icom

Satellite Phone:

           Iridium Extreme 9575 satellite phone, the latest model (serviced 2019 by Iridium) with a docking station and all accessories for a transatlantic passage

           P.C.:        ASA notebook on the cradle in chart table with separate wireless keyboard and mouse. Router to enable fWi-FiWi-F. A fully integrated, marine-grade antenna with a Wi-Fi booster and n integrated USB cable will fit into Yacht. 


Sound System: 

            J.L. Audio, including new speakers in the saloon and cockpit. Fusion CD/DVD/ iPad system, with an upgraded amplifier, 150 Watts per channel for cockpit speakers

Television:   Sony 17″ new in 2019, slides away into the cupboard above the freezer. Status 330 antennae with 12V amplifier for digital T.V. & F.M. radio

Deck Layout and Equipment:

Anchor:     CQR 34Kg main anchor with 100m 12mm chain + 30m warp. Fortress lightweight folding ketch anchor with 10m chain and 50m warp.

Windlass:   Lewmar V4 electric anchor windlass – capstan on deck.Remote-controlled anchor windlass control

Deck Access: Mainship gateway stanchions. Gate to pushpit. Stainless steel folding transom-hung bathing ladder. Socket in top transom rung for passerelle. 

Hatches  Oyster custom drop-down washboard system.Lewmar ally-framed deck hatches. Gebo alloy-framed coaming portlights. Gebo opening hull ports x 8. Lewmar portlight from the cockpit to the Galley.

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