Teak and leather inside, cutter rig with in-mast furling on deck.
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Consistently maintained and upgraded by a diligent owner and captain during the
Oyster World Rally. Elise represents one of the most comfortable and spacious
crew-optional yachts on the market today. Teak and leather inside, cutter rig with
in-mast furling on deck.
DESIGN: The Oyster Design Group
RIG: Cutter rig with hydraulic in-mast furling
ACCOM: Ten berths in five cabins
LOA: 20.37m (66’10”)
LWL: 17.01m (55’10”)
BEAM: 5.48m (18’0”)
DRAFT: 2.67m (8’9”)
DISP: 38,000kg (83,774lb)
NB: All dimensions are approximate
The items in italic highlight the non-standard items fitted during the build programme or added by the owner thereafter.
Laid-up GRP, single skin with structural stringers and floors to Lloyds approved design specification. Produced using a Lloyds approved gelcoat and laminating resin. The gelcoat and three outer laminates incorporate powder-bound matts.
Isophthalic resin is used to the hull, tanks, coachroof and deck lay-ups.
Hull in ‘Light Grey’ gelcoat with cove line and double boot top lines in ‘Dark Grey.’
(Bottom repainted 2019. Micron 66/Propspeed)
Moulded in GRP with balsa core.
Oyster deck saloon profile with ‘eyebrow’ styling.
Teak laid decks (raised foredeck and lazarette hatch teak needs replacement).
Bulwark finished with teak capping rail.
High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.
Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.
New rudder (USA 2015)
‘Sugar scoop’ stern design with bathing platform trimmed with teak slats and stainless steel steps for access to the stern deck.
Lewmar 3000 vertical gypsy/capstan type electric anchor windlass (removed, fully serviced and remounted Antigua 2019).
Two-way and operated by adjacent foot switch controls at bow.
Additional controls at pedestal.
Midship gateway stanchions with stainless steel hinged boarding ladders, which close up to form the side-gates.
Gate to pushpit.
Fold down stainless steel bathing/boarding ladder.
3m (9’ 10”) alloy passerelle with halyard, clutch, spreader bar and guy lines.
Oyster custom vertical, drop-down washboard system for main companionway.
Aft companionway hatch fitted with acrylic sliding lid.
Lewmar alloy-framed deck hatches.
Gebo alloy-framed coaming portlights.
Gebo alloy-framed opening hullports.
Rondal deck prisms in passageway and aft owner’s shower.
Large ‘Grey’ acrylic fold down companionway sprayhood with leather covered stainless steel grabrail to aft end.
Bimini in ‘Grey’ acrylic with shortened bimini over helm station when large bimini not in use (Replaced in Antigua 2017).
Canvas cover for cockpit table in ‘Grey’ acrylic with lift-up flap to access icebox.
‘Grey’ acrylic canvas covers for pedestals and steering wheels.
Hot and cold freshwater deck shower in transom locker.
Walk-through teak-laid cockpit.
Split into separate crew and guest areas, both cockpits have a clear central walkway aft, giving access from the companionway to the helm positions or aft deck.
The guest cockpit is self-draining, whilst the helm position will drain out both aft and forward.
Pair of waterproof loudspeakers mounted within the coamings either side of the guest cockpit.
Two lockers under each side seat fitted with a hinged lid to provide excellent cockpit storage space.
The helmsman’s cockpit has twin custom GRP steering pedestals.
Drink holder on each steering pedestal.
Gloss varnished teak cockpit table with stainless steel frame, folding leaves and insulated GRP box.
Twin custom GRP steering pedestals, each incorporating a 0.90m (36”) diameter Destroyer type stainless steel steering wheel, friction brake and three bearing pedestal steering unit.
Leather covers to steering wheels, extending to partially cover the spokes.
Outboard bracket suitable for up to 15hp outboard.
Whittall manual davits (300kg /661lb maximum total load).
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit.
Stainless steel fairleads, mooring and cockpit cleats.
Additional pair of stainless steel mooring cleats at aft deck.
Stainless steel dorade vents.
Custom shelves and stowage for 4 scuba tanks.
Liferaft stowage built into foredeck.
Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.
Stainless steel pole at stern for aerials.
Gas locker for two bottles.
Two fishing rod holders at pushpit rails.
MAST and RIGGING
Cutter rig with self-tacking staysail. (Full inspection of rigging, dye testing, full rebuild Grenada 2020.)
Hood Stoway mast with hydraulic in-mast furling and hydraulic in-boom outhaul.
In-mast furling motor serviced Auckland 2018
Discontinuous stainless-steel rod rigging.
New sheets - jib, main, staysail (Grenada 2020)
Navtec boom vang.
Navtec hydraulic backstay tensioner.
Two folding steps at masthead.
No-Strike lightning ion dissipaters at masthead.
Reckmann hydraulic headsail furling.
Reckmann manual staysail furling.
(Refurbished by RigPro Auckland 2018).
By Lewmar – Lewmar Ocean, self-tailing winches in chrome finish:
-2 x 77 CEST 3-speed, electric primary winches.
-2 x 58 CST 2-speed secondary winches.
-2 x 58 CEST 2-speed electric mainsheet winches.
-1 x 58 CST 2-speed staysail sheet winch.
-1 x 54 CST 2-speed reefing control line winch.
-1 x 58 CEST 2-speed main halyard winch.
-1 x 58 CST 2-speed genoa and staysail halyard winch.
Single spinnaker pole stowed vertically on mast.
Package includes 2 x guys, 2 x sheets, single foreguy, deck gear, including chainplates, foreguy arrangement and all required blocks.
Sidewinder spinnaker pole heel control.
Furling mainsail (Doyle Stratis Cruising Laminated new in Auckland 2019).
Furling No.1 genoa with UV strip and foam luff.
Furling self-tacking staysail (North Sails yankee and staysail cruising woven Laminate new in Cape Town 2019).
Quantum 1.5oz asymmetrical spinnaker with squeezer, 2016.
Spare Quantum Staysail (USA 2015)
Ten berths in five cabins, excluding the saloon.
All berths, including doubles are counted as sea berths, and doubles have split mattresses allowing a central lee cloth to provide necessary support and separation. Sea berths have fitted Dacron lee screens with lanyards to through-bolted eyes.
Interior joinery finished in teak with Oyster ‘Millennium’ style detailing.
Designed to be modern and coordinated, whilst remaining practical and durable at sea. Essential features include sculpted fiddles and grabrails, ‘shadow-gap’ joints between panels, solid, shaped teak and stainless steel grab handles, and Oyster custom knobs for lockers and drawers.
All drawers use metal runners giving extremely smooth operation.
Solid framed doors with inlaid border.
Door furniture by Timage with chrome hinges and handles.
‘Chequerboard’ style teak cabin sole with ‘Black’ Avonite perimeter line inlay.
Galley work surfaces and upstands in ‘Aztec Brown’ Avonite.
Each head compartment is fitted out with a Tapmate white enamel washbasin, undermounted to a ‘Venetian White’ Avonite surface and finished in a joinered timber and mica laminate.
Quality mixer taps/faucets with matching pressure-balanced shower hardware. Matching towel rail, pair of toothbrush holders, soap dish and toilet roll holder fitted in each head.
Headlining and deck saloon sides in off-white vinyl.
Padded saloon table cover.
‘Burgundy’ Alcantara upholstery in starboard aft and crew cabins.
‘Burgundy’ leather upholstery to saloon and owner’s stateroom seating.
Curtains to windows in all cabins.
Oceanair skyscreens to all deck hatches (except sail locker).
Flyscreens to all opening hull and coachroof ports, and on main and aft companionway hatches.
Clock and barometer.
Bora Bora fans throughout.
FORWARD SAIL LOCKER
Forward sail locker accessed via its own deck hatch with Lewmar lock, or through the crews’ head compartment.
Steps fitted in sail locker.
FORWARD (SHARED) HEAD/SHOWER
Shared forward head with manual toilet, washbasin and shower.
Hooks for hanging wet weather gear.
Lockers for washbag, cleaning materials and linen stowage.
PORT FORWARD TWIN CABIN
Twin cabin to port with upper and lower bunk berths.
Cedar lined hanging locker.
Access to forward head.
STARBOARD FORWARD DOUBLE CABIN
To starboard with double berth and cedar lined hanging locker.
Upholstery in ‘Burgundy’ Alcantara.
Extra chart stowage under bunk.
To port, opposite the mast, the spacious galley has extensive worktop space, plentiful storage lockers and large rubbish bin.
Stowage for crockery and cutlery.
Twin stainless steel sinks
Gimballed Force 10 stainless steel cooker with 4-burners, grill and oven, protected by a flame failure gas cut-off device.
Extractor fan fitted over cooker.
Cooker incorporates an electronic ignition system for all functions.
Heavy gauge fiddle rail fitted around top of cooker, which incorporates a pair of adjustable clamping pan holders.
Harbour lock and cooker crash bar.
Front opening refrigerator with shelves and automatic light, plus top-loading freezer box with stowage baskets.
Glacier Bay refrigeration system, panel and doors. (Compressor and pumps replaced in Fiji 2017.)
LOWER SALOON/SEATING AREA
To starboard of mast with two chairs and a desk, and locker in between.
Glass and bottle stowage locker.
Ice Maker (Replaced 2019).
Bosch WVF2000 washer/dryer.
The engine room is accessed from the lower level, near the galley and built of sound insulating foam and barrier insulation.
Access panels in the high level saloon sole are fitted with rubber sealing strips to minimize noise and secured by positive catches.
24V lighting and a large 24V extractor fan are installed and switched at the DC electrical panel.
HIGH LEVEL SALOON
Access to the high level saloon from the cockpit is via a set of teak steps with teak and stainless steel handrails.
The deck saloon is extremely light and airy, with seven windows providing an almost panoramic view of the exterior, which contributes to the great feeling of light and space.
Featuring a wraparound settee to port, upholstered in ‘Burgundy’ leather, surrounding a rectangular, expandable oak burr table to provide a large comfortable dining area. Drawer and cupboard in table pedestal base.
Additional seating to starboard.
Lockers behind seat backs.
TV in custom locker.
A comfortable forward facing navigation/chart table area located to starboard in the upper area.
The chart table is customised around the strategically-sited electronics and navigational equipment, which is flush mounted in a matt black, manmade leather fascia.
A small stainless steel support stay is fitted to the chart table lid.
Provision for stowage of half-folded Admiralty size charts in large drawer beneath.
Stowage for navigational books and almanacs.
Stainless steel bookshelf at forward end of chart table.
PORT AFT DOUBLE GUEST CABIN
With double berth and drawers beneath.
Cedar lined hanging locker and small vanity unit.
Access to en suite (shared) head/shower compartment
EN SUITE AND SHARED HEAD/SHOWER
Situated to port and shared with starboard aft cabin via separate access door from aft passageway.
VacuFlush electric toilet, washbasin and separate shower stall.
Lockers for washbag, cleaning materials and linen stowage. Mirror.
Hooks for hanging wet weather gear.
STARBOARD AFT TWIN CABIN
With lower berth and stowable upper Pullman berth.
Desk, computer and printer storage, file drawer and full height locker with two doors and shelves.
Configured with a double berth offset from centerline.
Settee and dressing table.
Pair of large cedar-lined hanging lockers with 3-brick safe.
Abundant drawer and locker space.
Access to aft en suite head/shower compartment located forward to starboard.
Central door leads to passageway running forward beneath cockpit.
Separate companionway hatch to aft deck, via a sliding hatch and stainless steel ladder offset to starboard.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER
To starboard with separate large shower stall.
VacuFlush electric toilet and washbasin.
Lockers for washbag, cleaning materials and linen stowage. Mirror.
Hooks for hanging wet weather gear.
AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS
Speakers to cockpit, to aft end of main saloon and two additional speakers to galley and lower saloon. Volume controls by companionway allowing cockpit speakers to be controlled independently of saloon speakers. Remote control to stereo.
Panasonic TV (2018)
Perkins M225Ti turbo-charged diesel engine of 168kW (225hp) at 2500rpm (new 2016).
Hurth 630 gearbox giving 2:1 reduction.
Racor twin fuel filter and water separator.
5-bladed folding propeller. (Shaft, aquadrive and bearings changed out 2016).
Ambassador rope cutter on shaft
40A/24V to charge engine start batteries.
175A/24V to charge domestic batteries.
Westerbeke 12.5kW BTDC generator with sound shield (2015).
Max-Power R315/2 electro-hydraulic, retractable bowthruster.
Whitlock cable system.
Lewmar Commander 400 system located in sail locker to operate headsail, main furling and outhaul.
220V Cruisair reverse cycle air conditioning system (serviced 2019) and comprising of:
2 x 16,000 BTUunits.
2 x 12,000 BTUunits.
Giving a total of 56,000 BTUs.
Icemaker (replaced 2019) in bar area with own dedicated inverter.
Seafresh H204A watermaker producing approximately 180 litres (36 Imp gallons/48 US gallons) per hour.
PUR 21V watermaker, as backup.
2,020 litres approximately (444 Imp gallons/534 US gallons) in three GRPtanks.
1,650 litres approximately (363 Imp gallons/436 US gallons) in three GRPtanks.
TANK TENDER GAUGES
Fuel and water tank tender gauges and backup dipsticks.
From an insulated approximately 64 litres (14 Imp gallons/17 US gallons) tank heated by the engine’s heat exchanger, or by thermostatically-controlled 220V, 2kW immersion heater element.
PRESSURIZED HOT AND COLD FRESHWATER SYSTEM
The hot and cold pressurized freshwater system incorporates a Cleghorn Waring AMFA88 pump, a pressure accumulator tank, and Acorn polypropylene pipework and fittings.
Drinking water tap/faucet with Seagull charcoal filter system.
Three plastic (polypropylene) toilet holding tanks – one forward and two aft with gravity discharge and additional ability to pump out from on deck.
Wema electric tank capacity gauges.
Two grey water tanks, each fitted with a Whale float switch and Whale Gulper pump (replaced Grenada 2020) for automatic evacuation of all showers and washbasins.
Stainless steel manifolds, one forward and one aft for seawater inlets to reduce through- hull fittings.
220V AC ring main with 8 double outlet sockets located as appropriate within the layout.
OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS
7 x 12V cigar lighter sockets located at navigation station, starboard cabin, inside companionway, lower saloon and aft cabin.
Shaver socket in aft guest head.
2 x 24V sockets at pedestal and on deck. 2 x waterproof switches in lazarette.
Domestic: 24V battery bank upgraded to Rolls batteries giving 820Ah dedicated to domestic supply. New Batteries Jan 2020 / 8x Lifeline AGM 8D 12V
Engine start: 24V battery bank giving 176Ah dedicated to engine starting. Generator start: Separate 12V battery dedicated to generator starting.
2 x Mastervolt MASS 24V/100A heavy-duty battery chargers. Magnetronic DCC4000 voltmeter, ammeter and ampere/hour meter. Emergency link.
Mastervolt MASS 24V/2500W sinewave inverter.
30A dockside power cable of yellow 3-core double-insulated PVC 21.3m (70’) in length.
Additional 30A shore power cable.
Hubbell socket in transom.
Downlight type LED lights in polished chrome finish with downlighters over reading areas. Meta light rails to give soft indirect lighting in the porthole areas of the lower starboard saloon, aft cabin and all three guest cabins.
Fluorescent lights and downlights in each head, as well as over the galley work surfaces.
Red overhead night light at galley.
Reading light for each berth and also four corners in the saloon seating areas. Automatic refrigerator and drinks locker door lights.
Automatic door light in all hanging lockers, including oilskin locker. Red ‘courtesy’ footlights throughout.
2 x strip lights in engine room.
2 x lights mounted in lazarette.
24V lights fitted to starboard side of forward end of cockpit and opposite Navtec panel to illuminate cockpit lower area – switched at pedestal.
Additional halogen lights aft of mast.
Aqua Signal 41 bow and stern navigation lights. Steaming/deck floodlight.
Tri-white colour navigation light at masthead.
SIRS Marine Major 150mm (6”) steering compass with internal lighting and substantial stainless steel grabrail, flush-mounted on each steering pedestal.
AP Navigator Mark 10 DGPS system.
Questus self-levelling radar mount.
Autohelm ST60 automatic pilot with twin ‘Grand Prix’ linear drives and Whitlock 24V 1/2hp drive motor. Control heads at pedestal and chart table. Replaced Durban 2018.
Windex at masthead.
ICS Navtex 4 Plus, including antenna mounted on aerial pole. OCENS satellite and PC weather system.
Icom M502 VHF radio, DSC compatible. 2 x Icom handheld VHF radios.
Viking 8 man
Par 34600 electric bilge pump with Par hydro air switch.
Henderson MkV manual bilge pump.
Gusher Mk3 manual bilge pump.
Engine driven 1.5” bilge pump – can also be used as a heavy-duty deck or anchor wash.
6 x large folding Wichard padeyes for safety harness attachments in cockpits – two for helmsman and four for crew/guests.
Various including Sea-Fire automatic and manual fire extinguisher system in engine bay.
AB Tender 2016 13ft
Tahatshu 30hp (4-cycle) outboard motor.
WARPS AND FENDERS
Oyster customised Wedgwood bone china crockery.
Oyster customised Sheffield stainless steel cutlery.
3-brick safe in aftcabin.
ASSORTED TOOLS, SPARES AND MANUALS
4 x dive tanks.
Gas barbecue grill.
REFIT ITEMS - GRENADA 2020
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.