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Oyster Brokerage are delighted to represent 655/13 Rock Oyster on the brokerage market.
Rock Oyster is now in her second ownership since new. Likely the highest specified Oyster 655 launched, she is a stunning example. Under the watchful eye of a very experienced owner and crew she has received a level of care and attention that is second to none. Not only built with added extras such as inboard hydraulic passarelle, Hall spars Carbon in-mast furling rig, full air conditioning and diesel heating her owner has ensured everything is in A1 condition with an extensive refit in 2018/19.
New North 3Di sails on the recently NDT tested rig ensures she is ready to go and with the in-mast furling and hydraulic Reckmann headsail furling she retains her easy to handle / short-handed sailing characteristics that the 655 is well known for.
The 655 is a proven performer, around the world or cruising the Caribbean. Her voluminous interior is flooded with natural light from the hallmark Deck Saloon windows. Cherry joinery which has been beautifully maintained along with a chequerboard teak cabin sole adds a classic feel.
For those wishing to step into a beautifully maintained, turn key Oyster of this size then viewing is highly recommended.
Exceptionally spec’d with taller Carbon Hall spar, hydraulic passarelle and new 3Di sails.
YEAR : 2009
DESIGN : Rob Humphreys Yacht Design and the Oyster Design Group
RIG : Sloop rig with hydraulic in-mast furling
ACCOMMODATION : Eight berths in four cabins
JOINERY : Cherry
LYING : Oyster Palma
LOA : 19.96m (67’7”)
LWL : 18.15m (59’6”)
BEAM : 5.62m (18’5”)
DRAFT : 2.95m (9’7”)
DISPLACEMENT : 44,000kg (97,000lb)
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.
HULL NUMBER : Oyster 655/13.
HULL CONSTRUCTION : Laid-up GRP, single skin with structural stringers and floors to Lloyds approved design specification and incorporates a high tech custom Carbon/Kevlar composite laminate.
HULL FINISH : ‘White hull’ with ‘Orange’ cove line and ‘Grey’ double boot top lines. ‘Grey' International Micro Extra EU antifouling - New (2019). 3 x seacocks - New (2019).
DECK CONSTRUCTION : Moulded in GRP with balsa core.
Oyster deck saloon profile with ‘G5 styling.’
DECK FINISH : Teak laid decks.
GRP low profile ‘rolled edge’ bulwark with Oyster custom stainless steel mooring
KEEL : High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.
Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.
RUDDER : The stern design incorporates a recessed platform, especially useful for bathing and boarding and finished with laid teak.
A fold-down stainless steel bathing/boarding ladder with oval tube treads and four
moulded GRP steps, trimmed with teak treads, is incorporated into the transom for
easy access to the stern deck.
EURCD : Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean.
CHARTER CODING : Built to MCA Category 2 but coding not in date.
DECK LAYOUT AND EQUIPMENT
ANCHOR : Stainless steel CQR 48kg (105lb) anchor with 100m of stainless steel chain.
Spade 30kg (66lb) kedge anchor stowed on bracket in lazarette.
Remote windlass control on port pedestal.
WINDLASS : Lewmar 3000 vertical gypsy/drum type electric anchor windlass.
DECK ACCESS : Midship gateway stanchions with stainless steel hinged boarding ladders, which close up to form the side-gates.
Gate to pushpit.
Stainless steel bathing ladder with teak treads.
Hydraulic retracting Bioinox Sirio 2500, triple extending passarelle. Gateway to starboard pushpit for access to passarelle. New Hoses and frame reinforced (May2020).
HATCHES : Oyster custom drop-down washboard system for main companionway.
Rondal flush hatches, Trapezoid format on sail locker.
Gebo opening hullports, with external stainless steel finish.
CANVASWORK : Sprayhood to main companionway with zipped opening centre window and leather to aft edge, in Weathermax Sunbrella, colour ‘Grey’ (New May 2020).
Bimini with windows, including fixtures and stowage bag.
Pushpit backrest cushions in rolled foam, colour ‘Dune’.
Pedestal/wheel covers, colour ‘Dune’.
Cockpit table cover, colour ‘Dune’ with access flap.
Winch and windlass covers, with ties, colour ‘Dune’.
Outboard top box in canvas, colour ‘Dune’.
Rib cover, colour ‘Grey’.
Cockpit and foredeck cushions, colour ‘Grey’ with ‘Orange’ piping. Additional aft hatch cushions to match.
DECK PLUMBING : Hot and cold freshwater deck shower in transom step locker.
Freshwater wash down with high-pressure Par Max 4 pump.
Saltwater anchor wash in anchor locker with high-pressure Par Max 4 pump.
COCKPIT : Walk-through teak-laid cockpit, which is split into separate steering and guest/crew areas. The aft cockpit has a clear central walkway through between twin wheels, giving excellent access from the main companionway to the helm positions and to the aft deck.
Stainless steel drinks holders to pedestals. 4 x flush cockpit speakers.
COCKPIT TABLE : Cockpit table in gloss varnished teak with eight leaf hinged extension flaps. 24v DC refrigerator, insulated, top-opening GRP box.
STEERING : Twin GRP lectern-style pedestals.
Twin Whitlock carbon Y wheels, colour ‘Orange’.
GENERAL : Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit.
Oyster custom stainless steel mooring cleats.
Pair of folding cleats under pushpit seats for Mediterranean mooring.
Stainless steel grab rails atop deck saloon.
Lazarette locker with twin stainless steel gas struts to lid.
Float free liferaft storage built into pushpit beneath stern quarter seats.
Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.
Carbon coated aft swept pole on aft deck for navigation/communications antennae, video camera and aft deck floodlight.
Stainless steel half dome rub strip on edge of bulwark.
Stainless steel EPIRB bracket fitted to aft pushpit.
Stainless steel and teak outboard motor bracket fitted to side of aft.
5 x wichard padeyes for lashing dingy on foredeck.
2 x wichard padeyes on side decks for halyard stowage.
4 x wichard padeyes on side decks for jackstays.
Stainless steel pole between chainplate webs in lazarette for rope stowage.
Wi-fi booster aerial on mast.
Teak treads on transom ladder.
Low level grabrails in mast area on edge of coachroof teak.
Bailey Marine stainless steel deck cover plates set flush in to teak.
Varnished teak wooden bracket for EPIRB.
Stemhead fitted with carbon bow sprit.
Pair of stern stainless steel fairleads.
RIG AND SAIL HANDLING
MAST AND RIGGING : Sloop rig.
Hall spar carbon in-mast hydraulic furling spars. Furling EAO switches on both cockpit pedestals. Rig and sail area enlarged for enhanced performance.
Hydraulic reversing outhaul for Hall boom, including manual bypass.
Navtec hydraulic adjustable vang with stainless steel control panel in cockpit. Hydraulic backstay adjusters.
Vang ‘dump button’ at aft companionway side.
2 x racing stand up blocks. Harken padeye to genoa snatch block. Spinlock jammer on mast for genoa. Pole topping lift fitted with racing stand up block.
2nd genoa halyard on starboard side of mast.
Enerpac hydraulic mast jack and alloy shims for mast step.
Discontinuous Navtec stainless steel rod rigging for the 3-spreader rig.
Bowsprit shortened and reinforced.
Running rigging - spinnaker halyward x 2, job sheets, main sheet and job sheet car lines replaced (2017/18).
Rig NDT tested, V2, V3 and D4 rods replaced - (2017/2018).
Spreaders resprayed - (2017/2018).
Storm sail hydraulic ram serviced and new seals installed (2017/18).
Backstay rams removed, new seals installed, bench tested (2019).
HEADSAIL FURLING : Reckmann RF90 hydraulic furling headsail. Furler unit removed and serviced (2017/2018).
STORM JIB : Removeable PBO mast lock with hydraulic tensioner. Tack fastens to anchor stemfitting.
WINCHES : By Lewmar – all alloy finish with carbon tops, self-tailing:
2 x 77 CEST three-speed electric primary winches.
2 x 65 CST two-speed electric secondary winches.
1 x 65 CEST two-speed electric mainsheet winch.
1 x 46 CST two-speed manual traveller control line winch.
2 x 65 CEST two-speed electric mainsail halyard winches fitted on deck.
SPINNAKER GEAR : Single carbon pole stowed vertically on mast.
Package includes all deck and mast gear, including line drive for pole, clutches, sheaves, halyards, sheets and blocks. Screwed in Harken blocks and guy.
JOCKEY POLE : Carbon two piece jockey pole, with stowage brackets in sail locker.
SAILS : By North:
Mainsail and yankee in 3Di Ocean - New. (May 2019).
By Dolphin Sails:
Assymetric spinnaker - 337sq m - ‘Rocked radial’ in 1.5oz nylon with logo.
Oxley inflatable snuffer.
Storm jib with soft hanks, colour ‘Orange’ with heavy finishing.
GENERAL : Eight berths in four cabins, excluding the saloon. Lee screens on sea berths.
Interior joinery finished in cherry.
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 and Oyster custom knobs for lockers and drawers.
‘Chequerboard’ style teak cabin sole, with black painted inlay line.
Sisal type carpet in owner’s stateroom with 2” parameter of teak.
Brushed stainless steel tread edges on companionway.
Galley counter tops in Avonite, with upstands.
Hullport surrounds to be in plain cherry planking effect, except heads.
Headlining in vinyl, Mariner colour ‘Ivory’.
Upholstery throughout in leather, colour ‘Iron Grey’.
Crew covers for saloon and navigation seat in Planada, colour ‘Ash’.
Saloon table cover, colour ‘Mariner Ivory’
Oceanair Skysol blinds in ‘White’ to main saloon windows and coachroof ports.
Oceanair ‘Skyscreens’ to all deck hatches.
Oceanair ‘Roman’ style blinds, colour ‘Jab Jonas’ to hullport recesses in heads/showers. Oceanair ‘Duette’ blackout blinds in heads.
Joinered screen to aft companionway hatch, including ‘blackout’ and flyscreen.
Prism in aft passageway to allow light in from deck level.
Vimar classico black light switches.
Foam-backed vinyl mast cover, colour ‘Mariner Ivory’.
6 x black Hella 12V fans.
FORWARD SAIL LOCKER : Access via door from starboard forward cabin en suite head/shower.
Drop down alloy frame pipecot to starboard for stowage shelf.
Stainless steel bar fitted for rope stowage/hanging oilskins.
PORT FORWARD TWIN CABIN : L-shaped lower berth with infill to convert lower bunk to a double berth. Hinged Pullman berth above folds to form the backrest.
Small hinging deck on central fore and aft bulkhead.
Hanging locker and additional locker space placed under lower berth.
Mirror set flush to cabin door with black line design. New (Summer 2019).
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER (DAY HEAD) : Accessed via port forward twin cabin or as a day head via the forward passageway.
Jabsco Quiet Flush freshwater electric toilet with saltwater backup.
Washbasin and stall shower with stainless steel toiletries/soap bracket in shower stall. Removeable hanging ‘bar’ mounted in the overhead of shower stall.
Electric heated towel rail.
Mirror. New (Summer 2019).
STARBOARD FORWARD DOUBLE CABIN : With double berth, lockers, drawers and a hanging locker. Additional chart stowage tray beneath berth.
Mirror - New (Summer 2019).
Toshiba 19” LCD TV mounted on bulkhead
Additional cabin door through central fore and aft bulkhead is lockable and features a flush mounted door handle and flush mounted mirror with black line design.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER : Jabsco Quiet Flush freshwater electric toilet with saltwater backup.
Washbasin and stall shower, with stainless steel toiletries /soaps bracket in shower.
Electric heated towel rail. Mirror - New (Summer 2019).
SALOON : The light and airy saloon features a large L-shaped settee to starboard and a shorter settee to port.
Central to the L-shaped settee is an extending cherry dining table with black Avonite perimeter trim line and handhold cutouts on inboard corners.
Bottle stowage and shelf in the table pedestal base.
Plentiful lockers as well as storage lockers beneath the seats.
32” Sony LCD TV on retracting lift behind saloon seating.
Access to the cockpit is via a set of timber steps with teak treads, with timber and stainless steel handrails.
Removable, alloy chequer plate fitted under saloon sole for working in central bilge area. Service pit fitted we gas strut and positive lockdown.
Custom stainless steel fiddles both port and starboard for DVD and book stowage.
ICEMAKER : Raritan icemaker linked to inverter. Located in forward lockers
WASHING MACHINE : Miele W3985 Navitronic washing machine Located in forward lockers.
GALLEY : Down two steps, aft of the saloon to port, the U-shaped galley provides a spacious, safe area to work in whilst at sea, with good worktop space.
Avonite upstands to countertops.
Plentiful stowage in lockers and drawers.
Drop hole in counter top for bin locker below.
Stainless steel mugrack for 10 mugs mounted above sink.
Horizontal brushed stainless steel effect formica backsplash above counter tops.
Opening portlight provides ventilation from the guest cockpit foot well.
SINKS : Twin stainless steel sinks.
WATER FILTER TAP : Jabsco ‘Aqua filter’ charcoal filter on galley cold water supply.
COOKER/HOB : NEFF domestic electric cooker with induction hob, oven and grill.
Stainless steel surround (MCA requirement).
AEG stainless steel cooker hood with fan and light.
MICROWAVE : Miele combination unit.
REFRIGERATOR : Frigomatic 24V DC system for the stainless steel top-opening refrigerator.
FREEZER : Frigomatic 24V DC W50 F direct, water-cooled twin compressors with twin plate for top-opening freezer, fitted with wire baskets. Compressors for fridge and freezer - New (2018).
DISHWASHER : Fisher and Paykel dish drawer dishwasher with two safety locks.
NAVIGATION AREA : To starboard with chart table and swivel seat.
Chart table customised around the electronics and navigational equipment,
flush-mounted in a ‘Dark Grey’ Alcantara fascia.
Stowage in the chart table for Admiralty size, half-folded charts.
Bookshelf. Custom stainless steel fiddles.
24v circuit breakers.
Wet locker for hanging oilskins, accessed from the passageway behind navigation station.
ENGINE ROOM : Accessed via hinged doors from the aft passageway. Built of additional sound-proofing insulation and exposed wooden surfaces coated in fireproof paint.
24V lighting, plus two extractor fans ducted to the exterior.
Automatic fire extinguishers, with additional manual switch.
STARBOARD AFT TWIN CABIN : With upper and lower berths, hanging locker, drawers and stowage. Additional shelf in aft upper bunk inboard at convenient position for stowage.
OWNER'S STATEROOM : The aft cabin is configured with a double berth offset to port of the centreline. Berth has been customised with upholstered surround, widened and batterned for additinal support. Headboard squared off to match.
To starboard of berth is a settee, featuring a ‘trotter box’ for use as an additional berth, for everyday use as a dressing table.
Pair of large hanging lockers with abundant drawer and locker space throughout.
Additional key safe under aft cabin berth with small drawer in starboard side for easy access.
Outboard of the berth, to port and starboard are two bookcases.
This cabin also boasts its own companionway hatch entrance from the aft deck, via a sliding deck hatch and a stainless steel ladder offset to starboard.
26” Toshiba LCD TV on forward bulkhead.
Flush mounted full-length mirror on cabin door.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER : Accessed via the owner’s stateroom.
Jabsco Quiet Flush freshwater electric toilet with saltwater backup.
Washbasin and stall shower with stainless steel toiletries/soaps bracketed in shelf in shower stall.
Custom timber finish features.
Electric heated towel rail.
AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT
TV antenna with signal booster mounted on mast.
SALOON : 32” Sony LCD TV. Linked to DVD and PC. Dolphin Eye Q ‘Magic Eye’ for TV lift.
Alpine DVD/CD/tuner with iPod/Raycam interface.
iPod interface unit.
Black box tuner and system control unit.
Alpine 6.5” touch screen monitor on Navigation panel.
Alpine CD/tuner to run cockpit audio inside upper locker at chart table.
Alpine 5-way amp. Sub woofer and amp.
Anthony Gallo speakers - 5 off semi-recessed into headlining.
CD changer system - operates in saloon and cockpit.
COCKPIT : 2 x pairs waterproof Alpine flush mounted speakers in main/helm cockpit. Alpine waterproof remote for CD/tuner.
OWNER'S STATEROOM : Alpine CD/tuner/DVD with iPod/raycam interface and ‘Magic Eye’.
Pair of ‘SurroundSound’ headlining speakers, including sub.
26” Toshiba LCD TV with link to Raymarine E-series.
Cordless phone on cradle outboard of desk.
RJ45 outlets at vanity desk for ethernet and satellite communications.
STARBOARD FORWARD GUEST CABIN : Alpine DVD/CD/tuner with iPod/Raycam interface.
Pair of headlining speakers.
Toshiba 19” LCD TV mounted on bulkhead, with connectivity to E80/120.
CHART TABLE : PC - New (2019).
ENGINE : Perkins/Sabre M185C, 6-cylinder, turbo-charged, diesel engine – maximum 136kW (187hp) at 2,100rpm. Engine and generator Racor filters parallel plumbed, so they can be run as a single unit.Engine room fan switch at port pedestal. Engine starter motor overhauled (2019). Intercooler services and cleaned through. Engine mounts - New (2017/18). Injectors removed and checked, Valve tip clearance checked (2019). Exhaust and turbo checked (2019).
ENGINE HOURS : Approximately 3,122 hours at May 2020.
PROPELLER : Brunton 4-bladed 660mm (26”) diameter Varifold folding propeller. Propellor, aftercooler, propshaft straightened and rubber hosing (2018). New cutlass bearing (2017/18). Propspeed (2019).
ROPE CUTTER : Ambassador AM20 2-bladed rope-cutter on shaft.
ALTERNATORS : 40A/24V alternator for charging engine/generator batteries. Overhauled (2019).
GENERATOR : Onan 13.5 KVA generator.
GENERATOR HOURS : Approximately 1,624 hours at May 2020.
BOW THRUSTER : Max Power CT300 18hp tunnel bowthruster with eyebrow.
STEERING SYSTEM : Whitlock Mamba torque rod linkage system.
HYDRAULICS : Lewmar 400/4 Commander system located in sail locker to operate headsail furling, staysail furling, mainsail furling and mainsail outhaul. Hydraulic oil drained and re-filled. New filler on powerpack. Passarelle unit drained, refilled and serviced. (2017/2018).
AIR CONDITIONING : 220v 60/50Hz Cruiseair+ air conditioning units, digital controllers with Vimar surrounds and single water circulating pump.
2 x 16,000 BTU condenser units for forward and aft cabins. 2 x Stoway self-contained 16,000 BTU units for saloon and galley. Starboard unit - New (2018).
3 x remote air-handler units: 1 x 16,000 BTU unit in Owner’s stateroom;
1 x 7,000 BTU unit in forward port cabin and 1 x 10,000 BTU unit in forward starboard cabin.
HEATING : Eberspacher hydronic 16 heating system, with 7 fancoil units.
FORCED AIR VENTILATION : Forced air ventilation in aft cabin, galley via cooker hood, forward cabins, saloon and heads.
ICEMAKER : Raritan icemaker linked to inverter in saloon.
WATERMAKER : Seafresh 206 watermaker producing 120 litres per hour, with product flow gauge and remote control panel. Auto freshwater back flush with pump. New membranes, HP motor, control system digital control box, remote panel, guage and pipework, new sail and send (2019/2020).
WASHING MACHINE : Miele W3985 Navitronic washing machine Located in saloon.
TANKAGE AND PLUMBING
FUEL : 1,900 litres approximately (418 Imp gallons/502 US gallons) in two GRP tanks.
WATER : 1,550 litres approximately (340 Imp gallons/410 US gallons) in two GRP tanks.
TANK TENDER GAUGES : Analogue tank guages for fuel and water tanks.
HOT WATER : From one 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 elements powered by the generator or dockside power.
Second C-Warm twin coil, hot water calorifier for supplying hot water to two zones, one forward and one aft. (Second shorepower cable required for immersion heater). Second hot water of similar size to main. Aft hot water heater - New (2017/18).
PRESSURISED HOT AND COLD FRESHWATER SYSTEM : Seagull 4 water filter with separate tap at galley sink and link to icemaker.
Additional carbon filter - New (2019).
HOLDING TANKS : Three polyethylene holding tanks – one to each head with gravity discharge, pump-out and Wema gauges.
SHIP'S SUPPLY : 24V.
RING MAIN : 220V AC ring main with double, European style Vimar outlet sockets, with additional double sockets at chart table, in desk locker of owner’s staterom, in galley and starboard side aft cabin berth.
AC polarity changeover switch to enable altering the polarity manually if the
polarity-warning indicator indicates a fault.
Galvanic isolator prolonges life of anodes.
OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS : 24V Dri- plug socket on side face of starboard pedestal.
Dri-plig socket inside anchor locker.
220 v European style socket inside waterproof enclosure inside lazarette.
28A 12v outlet to connect dingy inflator in sail locker.
22v European style socket inside waterproof enclose in sail locker.
Standalone isolation transformer.
BATTERIES : Domestic : Bank of 12 x Mastervolt 2V gell cell batteries (1,000 Ahrs). New (2018).
Engine and generator start : 6 x Optima 12V (55Ah) 8002-250 red top batteries. New (2018).
Emergency parallel link system between domestic and start batteries.
BATTERY MANAGEMENT : Mastervolt 2 x 100amp chargers, Mastervolt 220c inverter 24v/5000w and seperate dedicated Mastervolt 220v Mass Sine inverter 24/1500w for use as a AV inverter.
Mastervolt BTM & C3RS battery monitoring system.
INVERTER : Mastervolt Alpha Pro regulator.
SHOREPOWER : 32A dockside power cable and Hubbell socket in transom step locker.
Second 220V/30A shorepower cable and Hubbell socket for air conditioning and immersion loads. Hubbell socket - New (2018).
INTERIOR LIGHTING : Downlight type halogen lights in polished chrome finish.
Spotmat dimmers for overhead saloon lighting.
4 x red halogen overhead night lights.
Fibre optic lights to main companionway steps.
Meta light rails to give soft indirect lighting in the hullport areas of the saloon, aft cabin and all three guest cabins.
Fluorescent lights and downlights in each heads, as well as over the galley work surfaces.
Reading light at each berth.
Automatic light to drinks locker and refrigerator.
Red LED courtesy footlights x 3 – one on each saloon step area.
‘Frensch’ LED lit hanging rails - auto-door switch in each hanging locker.
EXTERIOR LIGHTING : 2 x LED boom lights over cockpit table.
Spreader lights: LED uplights all spreaders; LED downlights on lower spreaders.
Aft deck light on antenna pole.
Lopolight LED bow and stern navigation lights.
Lopolight LED steaming.
Halogen deck floodlight.
LED tri-white anchor/navigation light at masthead.
Lopolight red over green all round sailing lights on mast.
Wireless remote control system to switch on all spreader and boom lights.
2 x underwater lights either side of the rudder, colour ‘White’ .
NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION
COMPASSES : Flush-mounted SIRS Marine Major (150mm diameter) steering compasses mounted on each pedestal.
SAILING INSTRUMENTS : B&G sailing instrument system with flush-mounted displays. New (2018).
H5000 chartplotter - New (2017/18).
Displays on pedestals, companionway and chart table - all New (2018).
Additional displays in cabins redundant to new system.
Wind, speed and depth displays.
Raymarine MOB button flush mounted.
RADAR/GPS/CHART PLOTTER : Raymarine hybrid touch on pedestal and at chart table - New (2017).
AIS : Comar receive and transmit AIS reciever.
AUTOPILOT : Raymarine autopilot with ST6002 control head to port pedestal. Mamber drive - New (Summer 2019).
WINDEX : Windex at masthead. Vertical B&G vane transducer for masthead wind.
NAVTEX : Furuno NX300 Navtex receiver at chart table.
BHF RADIO : Raymike 260 VHF with horn for hailer/foghorn functionality - New (2018).
Second handset and speaker at port steering pedestal (Raymike 260) - New (2018).
SATELLITE PHONE : Sailor Fleet 250 BGAN Satcom (voice/data/fax).
VIDEO CAMERA : Raycam 100 video camera on aft transom pole.
PC : PC - New (2019).
WI-FI : Wi-Fi booster aerial mounted on mast and wireless router. Yachtspot - New (2018) with aerial on aft mast.
LIFERAFT : 2 x Ocean Safety 4-man canister liferafts with hydrostatic release and SOLAS B grab bags.
EPIRB : McMurdo Smartfind Plus/G5 406 GPS MHz EPIRB (auto float free). ACR with GPS on pushpit - New (2019).
RADAR REFLECTOR : Echomax 230R mounted on spreader.
‘Sea-Me’ active radar enhancer/transponder on masthead.
Radar painted black (2019).
BILGE PUMPS : Jabsco Utility Puppy 3000 electric bilge pump with Par hydro switch. Henderson MkV manual bilge pump.
DECK SAFETY : Horseshoe lifebuoy with light.
‘All hands’ alarm button on steering pedestal.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS : Various including automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay.
Manual cable release on automatic fire extinguisher (MCA requirement).
ALARMS : High level float switch with audible alarm at helm pedestal.
OTHER SAFETY FEATURES : Foghorn on mast.
Raymarine lifetag MOB system and transponders (8 off).
Rechargeable Maglite torches, connected to 220v power. Batteries- New (2019).
Exposed flammable services in engine room have fire proof paint.
RIB/DINGY : AB aluminuim dingy with Yamaha 15hp 4-stroke outboard motor - New (Spring 2020).
WARPS AND FENDERS : 6 x New mooring lines (2019).
CROCKERY : Oyster customised Wedgwood bone china crockery.
CUTLERY : Oyster customised Robert Welch stainless steel cutlery.
SAFE : 4-brick safe with digital keypad in Owner’s stateroom. Additional key safe under aft cabin berth with small drawer in starboard side for easy access.
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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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Inventory verified by the owner.
NB: Name ‘Rock Oyster’ to be retained by the Vendor.
Issue 1 (GT/OA/av)
In this case we are acting as Brokers only. 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 any contract. A prospective Buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate, at their own expense, to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted, which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part. Life-saving appliances do not form part of the inventory and it is for the buyer to ensure they are in date and suitable for their purposes.