The Oyster 575 was designed by Rob Humphreys and the Oyster Design Team to replace the Oyster 56, which had been our most popular model, with 75 launched. Built on owners feedback on the 56, the 575 was designed and engineered as a direct replacement – a long range, ocean going, bluewater cruiser and liveaboard, which can handled by a couple.
Overall the 575 is a little longer than the 56, with a longer waterline length, deeper keel, increased sail area, and fuel tankage. She feels like a ‘bigger’ yacht, with more headroom, and a beam that is carried further aft, enhancing offwind performance and allowing a more spacious owner’s stateroom. The biggest upgrade, though, was reserved for the cockpit, which now featured twin wheels, a centreline walkway aft, and distinct working and relaxing areas.
Oyster’s fifth generation deck saloon design gives the 575 an attractive profile At sea she is well mannered and reassuring, comfortable in all conditions, and with a turn of speed that will keep the most demanding helmsman fully engaged.
The first 575 was launched in 2010, and the last one, the 44th to be built, was launched in 2019. The 575 is a proven circumnavigator and consummate ocean cruiser and has only left the Oyster line up recently to be replaced by the new Oyster 565 and 595.
White Chocolate was launched in 2012, and is hull number 12a, and is still in her original ownership. Her has been specified for short-handed sailing with hydraulic push button in-mast furling to her mainsail, and hydraulic furling to her genoa.
Quarter sawn teak joinery below decks give a feeling of space a luxury, where she sleeps up to seven in four cabins, the fourth cabin being a single cabin/workshop with a workbench top, and ample storage. Light use, and a careful owner make White Chocolate fully worthy of consideration, if you are looking for a 575.
A composite construction, moulded using a combination of vinylester and polyester resin
with the outer topside finish in a white special NPG gelcoat.
Laminate material comprises a combination of E-Glass, Kevlar and Carbon Fibre.
The topside laminate incorporates a high-tech, balsa-cored, E-Glass/Carbon sandwich above the waterline, 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 structural bulkheads, this produces a robust structure, with excellent strength to weight qualities and proven longevity.
Additional reinforcements are included in the way of the keel recess, the keel
longitudinals, mast bulkhead, P-bracket, forestay and hull stringers.
Limber holes and/or tubes are installed at appropriate points.
Stringers, bulkhead landings and floors are formed over a non-structural, inert,
White hull with ‘Signal Grey’ cove line.
Triple boot top lines - bottom line in ‘Slate Grey,’ middle line in ‘Basalt Grey’ and top line in ‘Signal Grey.’
Hull cleaned and polished (2020).
Moulded in GRP with balsa core.
Oyster 575 deck styling with modern flowing lines that provide sleek looks inside and out, whilst maintaining the Oyster trademark and reputation for a light and airy deck saloon.
Teak laid decks.
The deck edge incorporates a bulwark, which facilitates relatively flat side decks. The top of this bulwark has a clean GRP finish, giving a modern and stylish ‘rolled’ edge.
High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.
Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.
‘Sugar scoop’ transom design incorporating a platform instep, which is especially
useful for bathing and boarding and is trimmed with laid Teak.
Fold-down stainless steel bathing/boarding ladder with oval rungs, fitted with a lanyard
and retaining pin for retrieval/stowage.
Two stainless steel steps with teak tread inserts are fixed on transom for access to the
Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean.
34kg (75lb) CQR stainless steel anchor, which stows in the stemhead fitting.
100m (328’) of 12mm calibrated stainless steel chain, matched to the windlass gypsy, with the ‘bitter end’ fastened to a stainless steel attachment with substantial lanyard. Lightweight folding alloy Fortress FX55 kedge anchor with 100m of 16mm Octoplait and 10m of 12mm chain.
Recessed locker within the foredeck for anchor chain stowage, fitted with hinged lids and
a stainless steel, clamp-type locking device.
Partitioned anchor locker with kedge anchor and chain stowage. Warp drum installed in anchor locker.
Lewmar V4 vertical capstan type (24V) electric anchor windlass, two-way and operated by adjacent foot switches.
Remote windlass control switch in cockpit.
Midship gateway stanchions and side-gates for boarding.
Side boarding ladder to both side-gates with leather protection. Stainless steel tread-plates.
Gate to pushpit.
Stainless steel bathing ladder with teak treads.
3m alloy passerelle.
Passerelle socket in top transom rung.
Oyster custom drop-down, tinted acrylic, vertical sliding washboard system for main companionway.
Lewmar alloy-framed deck hatches.
Gebo alloy-framed opening coaming portlights. Gebo alloy-framed opening hullports.
Long Gebo Econoline portlight from cockpit into workshop cabin with flyscreen and
Large acrylic fold down companionway sprayhood (new 2019) in Sunbrella ‘Flanelle’ with leather covered stainless steel grab rail to aft end. The hood incorporates see-through panels in its forward portion. Roll up central window with pockets in both wings, and mesh panels for inside of windows.
Bimini (new 2018) in Sunbrella ‘Flanelle’ fabric, with fixtures and stowage bag. Window
in bimini for boom light and for helmsman to view sail. Awning with battens in ‘Silver.’
Sunbrella ‘Flanelle’ cockpit table cover with mesh storage pockets and two Velcro opening
flaps to allow access to the refrigerated cool box.
Cockpit cushions in EZ-Dri foam with acrylic covers.
Covers for pedestals and steering wheels in Sunbrella ‘Flanelle.’ Upholstered laminated pushpit seat backrests.
Winch and windlass covers in Sunbrella ‘Flanelle.’
Hot and cold freshwater deck shower in transom locker.
Freshwater outlet with stainless steel Hozelock fitting in deck locker.
Anchor/deck wash pump in bow, including hose. Freshwater from a separate pump.
Walk-through teak-laid cockpit.
Engine instrument panel fitted into recess with protective acrylic cover. Instrument repeaters installed on dark acrylic panel mounted on GRP console integral to the companionway hatch garage.
Twin cockpit steering positions each feature custom-designed Oyster lectern style pedestal tops.
Each helm seat has a laminated upholstered backrest, fitted to a strong stainless steel frame. Under each helm seat is a locker with hinged GRP lid.
Between the two helm seats a central walkway and steps aft allow easy access into and
out of the cockpit, to and from the yacht’s sterndeck. Pair of waterproof stereoloudspeakers.
Double drinks holders at eachpedestal.
Varnished teak-topped (permanently installed) cockpit table with stainless steel frame, folding leaves and insulated GRP box, refrigerated via a Frigomatic 24V (keel-cooled) refrigeration unit.
Twin cockpit steering positions that each feature a custom-designed Oyster lectern style
pedestal top with grey-faced instrument panels, mounted on a GRP moulded base.
Helmsman’s footrest by both pedestals - pyramid shape in teak.
Each pedestal incorporates a permanently engaged 1100mm diameter Lewmar carbon steering wheel.
Outboard bracket (maximum outboard weight approximately 40kg).
Cooney S225 electric davits (225kg maximum total load) complete with belly bands and
dinghy locator kit.
Leather davit pads.
Teak on horizontal GRP surfaces at both sides of companionway.
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit.
Permanent stainless steel rod holders, one each side of pushpit.
Stainless steel C-Quip ‘AQ 300’ folding cleats for mooring.
Pair of additional C-Quip folding cleats with stainless steel chafe strips at transom to facilitate Mediterranean mooring.
Stainless steel cockpit cleats for sheets.
6 x GRP dorade boxes with stainless steel cowls – stainless steel guard rails over the four
forward units, plus the additional aft pair.
Stainless steel grab rails to deck saloon roof top.
Forward coachroof provides natural teak-laid area for sunbathing.
Large, full-width lazarette locker with twin stainless steel gas struts on lid, and folding step for ease of access.
Two glassed in shelves on hull-side of lazarette from bulkhead to transom, approximately 500mm deep, with fiddle and fittings for restraining bungees.
Stainless steel bar in lazarette for lines. Four dive bottles stored in lazarette.
Liferaft storage built into pushpit, fitted with hydrostatic release.
Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel, with laminated seat backs.
2m stainless steel pole on aft deck for aerials, incorporating a deck floodlight, switched
Gas locker for two bottles.
Outlet for BBQ hose, flush fitted in gas locker lid.
Sovereign Bravo BBQ with legs and telescopic arm, plus stainless steel tubes for BBQ on port pushpit. Stowage for BBQ in port deck locker.
Ensign staff socket.
MAST AND RIGGING
By Formula Masts:
Cutter rig with all associated hardware and fittings. Formula mast with lines to match ‘Grey’ coveline. Formula Stoway hydraulic drive.
Hydraulic reversing outhaul cylinder in boom with manual bypass valve.
Formula spreaders and fittings for discontinuous wire rigging.
Predominantly ‘Grey’ running rigging, and blocks.
Conduit for masthead instrument wiring.
2-function remote control panel in cockpit for manually operated hydraulic backstayand vang.
Status Omni directional aerial mounted at masthead for TV and FM radio.
Ion dissipater on masthead with cap shroud chainplates and mast step bonded to keel bolt with stainless steel tang and heavy-duty cable.
EchoMax 230 radar reflector on mast.
Folding mast steps (two).
Carbon bowsprit with clear coat finish.
Reckmann hydraulic furling on headstay with repeater at each pedestal.
Reckmann manual staysail furling.
2 x 68 CEST two speed, electric, chrome, self-tailing primary winches. 2 x 54 CST two speed, chrome, self-tailing secondary winches.
1 x 54 CEST two speed, electric, chrome, self-tailing mainsheetwinch.
2 x 50 CST two speed, chrome, self-tailing, mainsail and genoa halyard winches. 1 x 30 CST two speed, chrome, self-tailing mainsheet traveller control linewinch.
Single Formula Masts spinnaker pole stowed vertically on mast with butt hoist winch. Package includes pole topping lift, fore guy, two halyards, pair of sheets, guys, blocks and fittings.
By North Sails - all sails upgraded to Dyneema/Spectra Gatorback cloth: Mainsail, genoa and staysail.
G2 Gennaker with snuffer. S4 spinnaker with snuffer.
Seven berths in four cabins, excluding the saloon.
Sea berths, including the forward double berth, have fitted Dacron lee screens with
lanyards to through-bolted eyes.
Interior joinery finished in quarter-sawn teak.
Designed to be modern and coordinated, whilst remaining practical and durable at sea. Essential features include sculpted fiddles and grab rails, ‘shadow-gap’ joints between panels and solid ‘framed’ style doors with laid veneers.
All drawers use metal runners to give extremely smooth operation.
Solaris type catches for lockers and drawers.
All mirrors have bevelled edges (except for small ones in aft head). Cabin sole in crown cut teak with teak margins, including aft cabin. Teak companionway steps.
Avonite ‘Blue Pearl’ gloss finish galley work surfaces with upstands and basin inserts.
Routered grooves in Avonite by sink for drainage.
Heads surfaces in ‘Cozumel’ gloss finish Avonite.
Each heads compartment contains a moulded washbasin set into a flat solid Avonite
surface, plus toilet and stall shower with hinged door.
Hansgrohe quality mixer taps and shower controls with matching towel rail, toothbrush
tumbler, soap dispenser, toilet brush and toilet roll holder in each head.
Headlining in off-white vinyl.
Saloon seating upholstered in ‘Sahara’ leather.
Removable foam-backed mast cover in headlining vinyl with Velcro.
Foam-backed saloon table cover in headlining vinyl.
Forward and aft double cabin berth surrounds, headboards and seating upholstered in
Roman blinds to saloon and aft cabin hullports.
‘White’ Oceanair (blackout) blinds to coachroof ports and forward cabin. All remaining hullports have ‘White’ Oceanair blinds (blackout type in sleeping cabins).
Oceanair skyscreens with integral mosquito mesh to all overhead deck hatches. ‘Black’ removable Caframo fans throughout.
Spacious double cabin in the bow with centerline double berth and two drawers beneath. Two lift-top bins in side shelving, large shelved clothes locker to port and hanging locker to starboard.
Vanity mirror fitted to hanging locker door.
System to support berth bases in ‘open’ position for sail removal.
Access to deck via fore hatch.
PORT FORWARD TWIN CABIN
With upper and lower berths. Small locker beneath lower berth, accessed either via removable lids in the bunk top or a drop-front locker door in the berth front.
Hull-side lockers for clothes, a bedside cabinet with shelved locker, and large hanging locker with two drawers beneath.
Vanity mirror fitted on aft bulkhead.
FORWARD STARBOARD SHARED HEAD/SHOWER
The forward cabins share the large forward head compartment to starboard, accessed from the passageway.
Incorporating a Par QuietFlush freshwater toilet, washbasin and separate shower stall.
Removable stainless steel double hook in shower headlining. Upper locker with mirrored door and stowage beneath washbasin. Heated towel rail.
Access to the saloon from the companionway is down a set of shaped timber and stainless steel steps. Two stainless steel grab handles are fitted either side of the companionway opening.
The saloon is extremely light and airy with seven windows, of which two of the three
forward ones open.
Featuring a rectangular teak table in a double starburst design with fine dark inlay, surrounded by a large settee to port, and outboard of this a pair of lockers and central shelf to the hullport.
The saloon table forms an occasional table when in its closed position, which is mounted onaverysubstantialpedestalincorporatingwinebottlestowageinitsbase.Thetabletop is a veneered panel with solid timber edging. This table extends with a hinging central infill piece (stored in the pedestal top when not in use) to form a large diningtable.
Two folding alloy framed director’s chairs (with stowage provision) provide extrain-
harbour seating at the table, or even on deck.
To starboard is a three-seater L-shaped settee. Outboard of this and forward is a locker and central shelf to the hullport area, customised to house the flat screen 26” TV on a motorised lift.
Bottle stowage in starboard forward locker. Half-height shelf in port aft locker.
At the aft starboard end of the saloon the chart table is customised around the flush mounted electronics and navigation equipment, which is positioned for optimum viewing. Two drawers beneath chart table, plus stainless steel stay fitted to lid.
Provision for stowage of Admiralty size, half-folded charts and bookshelf for navigational
books and almanacs.
AC and DC electrical panels located behind the navigator’s seat and fitted with hinged
acrylic doors to protect the switches from being accidentally operated.
Barograph fitted at chart table.
Located to port of the cockpit, in the passageway to the aft cabin, where removable panels give access to the engine compartment.
Work surfaces finished in Avonite with upstands, and adjacent to one sink the surface
incorporates routered draining grooves.
Extra towel rail mounted upside down on return under galley sinks.
Large locker fitted out with shelves and sliding baskets to provide excellent galley
Stowage for custom crockery, cutlery and glasses, plus knife rack.
Sliding rubbish bin system fitted in locker, just forward of sinks.
Opening portlight and hullport to provide fresh air and natural daylight. Twin stainless steel sinks with beech infills and pull-out galley tap.
Gimballed Force 10 cooker in stainless steel with 5-burners, grill and oven, all protected by a flame failure gas cut-off device. The 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. Custom stainless steel fiddle to cooker.
For additional safety an electric gas solenoid valve controls the gas flow from the bottle
and is operated remotely by an illuminated rocker switch near the cooker.
Fire blanket fitted above inboard counter.
Panasonic (900W) stainless steel combined microwave oven/grill.
Frigomatic 24V (keel-cooled) refrigeration unit to front opening stainless steel
refrigerator with automatic door light.
Frigomatic 24V (water-cooled) W80 compressor with integrated plate to cool stainless steel freezer box.
Fisher and Paykel single dish drawer in locker forward of fridge. Bosch washer/dryer in locker forward of freezer.
Accessed via a door within the starboard aft cabin/workshop and via removable panels beneath the galley sinks to port. All access panels fitted with rubber sealing strips to minimise noise and secured by positive catches.
Insulated with a composite of foam and high-density polymer sound absorbing materials.
Upgraded with additional sound insulation.
Two shelves above engine separator and one shelf above generator separator, with
coated wire mesh fiddles.
Four hooks on inside of forward engine room door with shaped wire mesh guard over belts.
24V lighting and a 24V extractor fan, switched at the DC electrical panel.
AFT STARBOARD CABIN / WORKSHOP
Situated aft of the saloon on the starboard side and configured as a workshop/utility room, featuring an upper single berth, above a lift-up workbench top, with excellent stowage drawers and lockers beneath.
Worktop in white Formica, covered with heavy-duty black rubber matting.
Berth mattress stows against hull.
Locker (on shower bulkhead) for Racors and watermaker, plus additional locker above.
Configured with a double berth offset from centerline, complete with twin drawers
To starboard is an aft-facing desk with locker under, plus bookshelf. Locker adjacent to berth and locker outboard both forward and aft ofseat.
Large hanging locker with 2-brick digital safe, and sliding door stowage to port. Locker outboard and aft to port.
Forward beneath the cockpit is a shelf, with drawer and locker beneath.
20” TV and DVD player in recess.
Mirror within inlay on aft heads door facing cabin.
Painted aft bulkhead in Dulux ‘Off-White’ (brushed finish).
Mirror on aft bulkhead.
Door to en suite head/shower compartment to starboard. To port a door leads through to the aft passageway/galley. Access to aft deck via deck hatches.
EN SUITE HEAD / SHOWER
Incorporating a Jabsco ‘Quiet Flush’ electric freshwater toilet, washbasin with vanity
mirror and cupboards above. Separate shower stall. Removable stainless steel double hook in shower headlining. Stainless steel deep shower basket.
Locker beneath washbasin with stowage for wash bags and cleaning materials.
Heated towel rail and shaving mirror.
Opening portlight to allow in fresh air and natural light.
AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS
26” flat screen TV on electric lift.
Saloon entertainment system with stereo FM radio, CD and DVD player, linked to flat
20” flat screen TV in aft cabin recess.
Aft cabin entertainment system with CD tuner/DVD player linked to TV.
Pair of waterproof loudspeakers.
Cockpit entertainment system.
Volkswagen Marine VW TDI 150-5 (130hp) 5-cylinder turbo-diesel engine.
Engine serviced (2020).
Approximately 1,352 at January 2020.
Brunton 4-bladed (23” diameter) Varifold folding propeller.
Ambassador rope cutter on shaft.
One 12V/120A alternator to charge the engine start batteries. The second unit is a Iskra
24V/110A alternator that charges the domestic batteries via a Mastervolt Alpha Pro
Onan MDKBM 11kW (220V/50Hz) generator. Generator serviced (2020).
Approximately 428 at January 2020.
Sleipner SE170 (10.7hp) 250mm electric tunnel bow thruster with twin, counter-rotating propellers to facilitate manoeuvring in tight harbours and marinas.
Joystick control at steering pedestal.
Whitlock Constellation cable and Mamba torque rod steering system.
Lewmar 400-3 Commander system with twin motors, located in sail locker to operate mainsail, headsail furling and hydraulic outhaul function.
AIR CONDITIONING / HEATING
220V Cruisair reverse cycle air conditioning system, comprising of three units:
1 x 16,000 BTU unit in saloon.
1 x 12,000 BTU unit in aft cabin.
1 x 12,000 BTU unit in forward cabin with duct to twin cabin.
Giving a total of 40,000 BTUs.
U-Line (220V) icemaker.
Seafresh 208A (220V) AC watermaker with product gauge and remote panel. Automatic freshwater backflush with dedicated pump (approximately 104 litres per hour).
Seafresh single remineralisation limestone filter bowl.
Fuel is supplied from two tanks:
950 litres approximately (209 Imp gallons/251 US gallons) in a GRP tank under the deck saloon floor.
450 litres approximately (99 Imp gallons/119 US gallons) in a GRP tank under the
forward cabin sole.
Engine and generator Racor filters parallel plumbed with stainless steel drip tray.
950 litres approximately (209 Imp gallons/251 US gallons) in a GRP tank under the deck saloon floor.
TANK TENDER GAUGES
BEP tank tender system linked to fuel and water tanks, with BEP 600-TLM gauge to
enable levels in each tank to be monitored. Backup calibrated dipsticks with calibration chart.
From an insulated approximately 73 litres (16 Imp gallons/19 US gallons) tank heated by the engine’s heat exchanger, or by thermostatically-controlled 220V, 1.25kW immersion heater element powered by the generator or dockside power.
Thermostatic safety blender valve and expansion tank.
Pressurised hot and cold freshwater system based on a Jabsco Sensor Max pump with PEX/PBT pipework and fittings.
Jabsco charcoal water filter on galley cold water supply.
Two plastic (Polyethylene) toilet holding tanks, one for each head, plumbed for gravity
discharge, with additional ability to pump out from deck, using a shore station.
Showers and washbasins discharge into two sump tanks, one forward and one aft, which
are then evacuated using a dedicated Whale Gulper pump directly overboard.
The galley sinks and washing machine also empty via an electric Whale Gulper pump.
All pumps are operated by Vimar rocker switches.
Manifold for seawater inlets to reduce through-hull fittings.
SHIPS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
220V AC ring main with six double, European Schuko type outlet sockets located as appropriate within the layout.
Additional 220V Schuko socket in aft cabin, port side.
Units are from the Vimar ‘Idea’ range with chrome ‘Classica’ surrounds.
OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS
220V socket in galley for coffee machine.
220V socket in aft cabin, on port side in locker with sliding doors.
12V waterproof socket with dropper (10A maximum) at pedestal for halogen spotlight.
12V cigar lighter type socket at chart table.
Domestic: 12 x 24V Decron Energy AGM (750Ah) batteries (new 2018).
ngine start: 24V Decron Energy AGM batteries (new 2020).
Generator start: 24V Decron Energy AGM batteries (new 2020).
The batteries are positively secured against inversion in case of a knockdown.
Mastervolt ChargeMaster 24V/100A battery charger.
Mastervolt MasterView Easy control panel.
Mastervolt Alpha Pro regulator.
Mastervolt 24V/5000W (230V) MASS inverter.
32A dockside power cable. Hubbell socket in the aft deck locker.
Additional 32A shore power socket and lead, necessary for air conditioning loads.
Cabin ‘Minor’ reading lights in stainless steel with white ceramic shade.
LED strip lights over outboard galley work surfaces.
Exterior dome lights in engine room. Flexible LED chart table light.
Automatic door light for refrigeration.
Red ‘courtesy’ footlights at deck saloon steps.
Dimmers to aft cabin overhead lights, and saloon overhead and hullport lights.
Boom light over cockpittable.
White LED ‘courtesy’ lighting in cockpit, in helm cockpit and between helm seats lighting walk-through to guest cockpit.
Pair of lower spreader lights, switched at pedestal. Three spreader uplighters, switched at pedestal. Light mounted in lazarette.
Aqua Signal ‘Kiel’ foredeck light.
LED anodised ‘black’ blue water bow and stern navigation lights.
Aqua Signal 40 steaming light.
LED anodised ‘black’ blue water tri-white light at masthead.
Swivelling LED aft deck light mounted on antenna pole, switched at pedestal.
Flush-mounted SIRS Major 150mm (6”) diameter steering compass with internal lighting
and stainless steel crash bar to each pedestal top.
By Raymarine - ST60+ instruments with repeaters, integrated with chart plotter and GPS:
1 x Raymarine ST60+ speed display. 1 x Raymarine ST60+ depth display.
1 x Raymarine ST60+ analogue wind display.
1 x Raymarine ST60+ close-hauled wind display.
1 x Raymarine ST60+ graphic on port side, under air conditioning control panel.
GPS / RADAR / CHART PLOTTER
Digital high definition E120W radar/GPS/chart plotter with 4kW Radome.
Raymarine E90W radar repeaters mounted at both pedestals.
Raymarine automatic pilot with twin Type 2 long (24V) linear drive units, Type SPX-30
course computer and ST6002 control head, mounted on port steering pedestal.
Raymarine SmartController - wireless remote autopilot control.
Windex at masthead.
Furuno NX300 Navtex receiver, linked to NMEA GPS.
Raymarine Ray 240E Class D-DSC VHF radio-telephone with masthead antenna and horn for hailer/foghorn function. Second handset and speaker in cockpit.
Icom IC-M801 SSB (24V) radio, DSC, UK approved.
Wide copper strip from chart table to lazarette and twin large ground plates as SSB earth.
BGAN satellite communication and internet system, linked to PC. Antenna at aft pole.
Yacht PC and monitor screen with USB and Ethernet access at chart table.
Ocean ISO 8-person SOLAS B liferaft in canister with hydrostatic release unit.
Echomax 230 radar reflector on mast.
Jabsco Utility 3000 Puppy electric bilge pump with Par hydro air switch (rated at 3,000
litres per hour).
Henderson MkV manual bilge pump (rated at 135 litres per minute), operated from within the cockpit.
Each bilge pump is fitted with a Whale type filtered strum box of the appropriate size
for that suction line.
Whale 9000 electric submersible type bilge pump.
‘White’ Ocean Safety horseshoe lifebuoy with light, drogue and bracket.
Webbing jackstays (‘Gold’).
4 x folding padeyes for side deck jackstays - two forward and two aft.
Raymarine LifeTag MOB system, including four LifeTags.
6 x Wichard 8mm folding padeyes in cockpit for safety lines.
Various including automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay, plus fire blanket in galley.
Bilge high water alarm at pedestal.
OTHER SAFEY FEATURES
Watertight bulkhead and door in fore cabin.
Avon 3.15 RIB with single console and electric start Honda 15hp outboard motor. Dinghy cover in Sunbrella ‘Flanelle’ fabric.
WARPS AND FENDERS
Bauer Junior 2 electric compressor installed against transom on shelf in lazarette with switched socket and dedicated breaker, plus four dive bottles.
Oyster customised Wedgwood bone china crockery.
Oyster customised Robert Welch stainless steel cutlery.
2-brick safe with digital keypad (flush fitted) in aft cabin port wardrobe.
Heyco large marine tool kit in sealed box.
Assorted tools,spares and manuals
NB: All personal belongings and all other items not expressly listed in the above inventory are excluded from the sale.
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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.