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2004 Oyster 53 Deck Saloon

Annapolis, Maryland

$439,000

The second Oyster model to be designed by Rob Humphreys, the Oyster 53 is very much a little sister to the 56 and an outstanding success in her own right. With fifty-two launched between 1999 and 2008, she has proven herself to be easy to sail by a couple. Comfortable in heavy seas, well balanced and fast, she is a pure joy to sail. 

The design brief for the Oyster 53 was to create a yacht with a center cockpit Deck Saloon configuration that offered many of the features of the larger Oyster 56, but still maintained a stylish, well-proportioned outboard profile. 

Rob Humphreys designed the hull, deck and rig, while Holman & Pye designed the interior layout and provided the technical and structural specification. The Oyster in-house team has coordinated the styling and overall details of the yacht, and as with the Oyster 56, they also integrated the ergonomically designed cockpit whose technical specification originated from the Department of Ergonomics at Loughborough University. This design team approach, linked with the use of powerful integrated CAD design computers, has created a yacht that will set standards in design excellence for a yacht of this size.

Oysters are renowned the world over as one of the premier builders of performance ocean cruising yachts. Built on a reputation of over twenty million blue water ocean miles and ninety circumnavigations, their experience goes into the build quality, exquisite joinery and well thought out engineering. 

The 53 is also the smallest Oyster that offers a four-cabin layout. The fourth cabin was available either as a twin cabin, a single/workshop, or full workshop, offering great versatility, and potential autonomy for long distance cruising. SOLAN has the full workshop version, which comes with an unbelievable amount of storage space.

SOLAN’s owners are very experienced sailors and active racers. As such, they hold their boat to a demanding standard and their upkeep has been consistent with that standard. SOLAN has numerous upgrades, one of the nicest being the self-tailing Anderson winches, of which the primaries and control winches are electric. Solan was constructed in Oyster's Landamores Yard in England. She was further commissioned at their Fox Yard in Ipswich, England.

If a world class yacht with the pedigree of an Oyster is in your sights, you can’t go wrong with SOLAN. She is certainly worthy of your personal inspection. Call and make an appointment to see her today!

Basic Boat Info

Price: $439,000
Boat Name: OYSTER 53
Make: Oyster
Model: 53 Deck Saloon
Year: 2004
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Builder: Oyster Yachts
Designer: Humphreys Yacht Design/Oyster Design Group
Construction: Fiberglass
Keel Type: Bulb Keel

Dimensions

Length: 53 ft
Length Overall: 53'10 ft
Waterline Length: 45'7 ft
Beam: 15'3 ft
Max Draft: 7'3 ft
Displacement: 51,257 lb
Bridge Clearance: 72 ft
Ballast: 14,234 lb
Single Berths: 2
Double Berths: 2
Cabins Count: 3

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Yanmar
  • Rope Cutter: true
  • Model: 4JH3-HTE
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 100hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze, Feathering
  • Year: 2004
  • Engine Location: Center

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 211 gal
Fuel Tank Material: GRP
Water Tanks: 2
Water Tank Capacity: 463 gal
Water Tank Material: GRP
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 25 gal
Holding Tank Material: Plastic

Other

Heads Count: 2
Drive Type: Direct
Boat Class: Cruisers, Deck Saloon, Cutter

Contact

Dave van den Arend, CPYB
I am always looking for quality new listings. Our boats are selling and we need more! If you are thinking of selling, please get in touch and let's talk. Florida licensed and bonded License # EBK8420 You can reach me at my office, contact me directly on my cell (443) 850-4197 or by email at dave@crusaderyachts.com
Crusader Yacht Sales

Office

Crusader Yacht Sales
7078 Bembe Beach Road
Annapolis, Maryland, US, 21403
Tel:443-850-4197
Disclaimer

Potential purchasers should assume that any items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his/her agents or his/her surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. This vessel is subject to sale, price and inventory changes or withdrawal from market without notice.



Accommodations

Sail locker: The sail locker is located between the anchor locker and the forward head. Access is through a Lewmar hatch on deck. The sail locker bulkheads are watertight, creating two zones of protection and can be drained from inside the boat if necessary.

Forward head: Just aft of the sail locker and behind the second watertight bulkhead is the forward head. Entry is shared from both forward cabins. The unitized construction of the compartment provides for easy wipe-down maintenance and features a very nice non-skid sole. The fresh water flush electric toilet is to starboard. On port the sink has a locker beneath it and a mirrored door medicine cabinet above it. The wrap-around shower curtain and shower spray wand are mounted on an adjustable-height bar and centrally located between the sink and head. Lighting is provided by three overhead lights and an overhead hatch. Headroom in this space is 6’1” in the central area beneath the hatch and 5’10” on either side.

Starboard forward stateroom: Entry to this stateroom is off the shared corridor wall with the other forward stateroom. The 77” x 54” x 33” double berth lines the hullside and has four large dresser drawers beneath it along the corridor. Additionally, the entire area beneath the berth is a huge storage area and has been the primary spare parts location for the current owners. The bunk cushions are split in the middle and have lee clothes along the corridor and in the middle of the berth if desired for comfortable sleeping during passages. There is a small fiddled nightstand counter by the head of the bed with storage beneath it. At the forward end of the cabin is a hanging locker on starboard and a dressing mirror to port. Outboard and above the bunk is an opening porthole framed by a pair of drop-front door lockers. An overhead hatch and a Caframo fan provide additional ventilation, while a pair of reading lights and three ceiling lights keep the space well-lit and inviting. Headroom in this cabin is 6’4”.

Port forward stateroom: As you enter this stateroom from the saloon the bunk beds are to your left. Both berths are 6’5” long and have lee clothes. The upper berth has a pair of drop-down door lockers at either end framing an opening porthole. The lower berth has three drop-down door lockers above the bunk and two lockers below it. There are two reading lights, three overhead lights and a Caframo fan. Headroom is 6’2”.

Saloon: Moving aft from the forward guest cabins, you step up to enter the saloon.  Immediately on port is a large locker with two shelves, a drawer and a fiddled counter space above that. Above the counter and along the hull is a liquor cabinet.  Next aft of that is a loveseat, with storage beneath and behind it.  Above and behind that is a shelf space with an opening hullside port. To the left of the shelf is another locker with shelves.   

The C-shaped dinette on starboard has comfortable seating for six.  There are storage and machinery spaces behind and beneath the seating. The large custom cherry dinette table has a black ribbon inlay, is pedestal mounted and has a liquor cabinet storage beneath the pedestal.  A cherry grab bar is mounted on the table for a good hand hold moving through the space and the table leaf unfolds to provide dining space on the port settee.  Above and behind the dinette are lockers on either side of a shelf space with a custom fiddle.  There is an opening port in the hullside between the lockers.  The deck and saloon space have panoramic tinted windows all around, with opening windows on the forward portion on port and starboard.  Lighting and ventilation are provided by 8 LED overhead lights, two reading lights located on port and starboard, 2 opening ports, 2 opening forward windows and 5 fixed lights. Headroom in the saloon is 6’7”.

Nav station: The nav station is one step down from the saloon on port.  Forward facing, there is an ultra-suede seat and cushioned back rest. The chart table is spacious and easily accommodates a chart book, while beneath the table are three nice-sized drawers; above and forward is a fiddled shelf.  Electronics and numerous convenience receptacles are all within easy reach and mounted on custom fabric accent panels.  Beneath the seat is electrical equipment; outboard of the seat is a locker with a drop-down door panel and above that a cubby with a custom fiddle.  230V AC and 24VDC distribution panels are located behind plexiglass panels behind the helm seat. Headroom at the nav station is 6’8”. 

Workshop: The Oyster 53 has several options for this space, including a fourth cabin for crew quarters or a workshop configuration, which Solan has. Located just aft of the nav station on port, there is a bench-height workbench with a non-skid rubber surface and two pad eyes, should you need to secure a piece of equipment while underway.  There is a full width drawer below the workbench surface. Below that in the forward half is a washing machine, while aft of that is a drawer and an enormous storage locker that goes all the way to the hull.  Above the workbench on the aft end are two more storage lockers approximately 3’ deep.  The bench lip extends far enough to permit attachments of clamps and a vice if desired.  There is a fiddled grab rail the length of the cabin along the hull.    

At the aft end of the cabin is a locker containing the Racor filters, which makes changes a breeze.  There are two tall sound insulated door panels which provide wonderful access to the engine room.  Additional engine access can be found on the galley side of the boat.  

Lighting and ventilation are provided by one overhead light, one wall mounted light and two opening port holes.  Receptacles are provided for both US and Euro power. Headroom in here is 6’1”.

Galley: The galley is located on starboard in the corridor leading aft to the master stateroom.  Along centerline is a double stainless steel sink with a single lever water mixer.  There is fiddled counterspace on either side of the sink and shelf storage with sliding doors above the counter.  Beneath the counter top is a large pull-out drawer, a tip out trash bin locker and an access panel for the engine compartment.  Next aft is a tall utility locker with assorted hanging hooks and another locker above that.   

Along the hull side portion of the galley is a large top loading freezer with dual condenser plates.  Next aft is a four-burner stove and oven. Beneath the stove is storage space for flat items and a drop-front door locker beneath that.  Continuing aft, there is more counter space, with a pair of drawers and a pair of cabinets with shelves beneath that.  Behind the stove is a small fiddled shelf for spices and an opening port in the hullside. On either side of the window are a pair of lockers with selves, the aft one containing peg and mug organizers for the Oyster Wedgewood dinnerware.  Next aft is a large front-loading fridge, with lockers beneath and above it. Lighting and ventilation are provided by five overhead LED lights, and three opening ports. Headroom is 6’1”. 

Master stateroom: Entry into the master stateroom is on starboard aft of the galley.  The 77” x 62” island berth is offset to starboard and has a padded headboard.  The entire space beneath the berth is storage, including two full-width drawers at the foot of the bed.  Along the starboard hullside is a double doored hanging locker followed by a fiddled nightstand shelf. Below the shelf are double sliding door lockers and one locker above it.  

The port side of the stateroom has a curved seating area and a fiddled end table, with two drawers and a hinged door locker above it.  Both sides have opening ports, with custom fiddles built for storage of gear during passages on the shelf spaces beneath them.  Additionally, there are three opening portholes on the housetop and a large overhead hatch.  Either side of the berth has a Caframo fan, providing wonderful cross ventilation. There is a reading light on either side at the head of the bed.  Including the center section, there are three lee cloths for the berth.  On the forward wall of the cabin there are two bookshelves, with a large locker with shelf storage beneath the bookshelves. Entry to the ensuite head is on port; that door has a full-height dressing mirror. Lighting and ventilation are provided by the two LED reading lights, seven overhead lights, an overhead hatch, five opening ports, two fans and two dorade vents. Headroom is 6’2”

Master stateroom head: Looking into the aft head, the radiused sink and counter is directly ahead.  There is a locker beneath the sink and a mirrored door medicine cabinet above.  There is a second laminate front locker with shelves to the left of the medicine cabinet. The toilet is to your left and a separate stall shower with a bi-fold door is to your right.  Lighting and ventilation are from one opening porthole and three overhead LED lights. Head room is 6’1”.

  • Satin rubbed finish cherry interior
  • Sculpted solid cherry fiddles and grabrails 
  • Radiused corners on fiddles and tables for safer movement about the boat when underway
  • Shadow gap joints between wood panels create a modern feel
  • Arched cherry doors with black ribbon inlay
  • All hinged locker doors have springs to hold doors open when in use and positively latch closed
  • Ventilation hole discs in all lockers
  • Oyster custom knobs for lockers and drawers
  • Drawers have enameled metal track suspensions for smooth operation 
  • Oyster custom Wedgewood bone china dishware
  • Oyster custom Sheffield stainless steel cutlery
  • Lee clothes on all berths
  • Off white padded vinyl headliner on removable panels
  • Alcantara “Cream” upholstery
  • Teak and holly cabin sole
  • Retention screws for securing cabin sole during passages
  • Lewmar Ocean Series deck hatches throughout
  • Ocean Air Skyscreen shade/screens for all hatches 
  • Curtains on all portholes 
  • Screens for most portholes
  • Caframo fans and LED cabin lighting throughout
  • Cabin Denmark wall lamps throughout

Galley
  • Force 10 four burner stove with oven and broiler
  • Two 10# Aluminum LPG bottles
  • Dedicated LPG compartment vented overboard
  • Double stainless steel sink
  • Single lever H/C water mixer
  • Frigomatic 24V water cooled refrigerator
  • Frigomatic 24V water cooled freezer with twin compressor and evaporator plates
  • Refrigerator evaporator plate replaced (’17)
  • Refrigerator and freezer serviced (‘18)
  • Tip-out rubbish bin adjacent to sinks
  • Paper towel holder
  • Drink holders (3)
Heads

Forward head

  • Unitized fiberglass construction for easy wipe-down
  • Textured two-tone non-slip floor
  • Par Quiet Flush fresh water flush electric head
  • 95l (25 gallons) plastic holding tank with gravity discharge and deck pump out
  • Wema holding tank monitor
  • Avonite countertop with undermounted Swanstone white oval sink
  • Hansgrohe single lever stainless steel water mixer
  • Wrap-around shower track and curtain 
  • Hansgrohe single lever stainless steel shower mixer
  • Hansgrohe shower wand on height adjustable bar with soap dish 
  • Whale Gulper electric grey water sump pump for sink and soles
  • Cherry grab rail 
  • Mirrored medicine cabinet
  • Stainless steel towel bar, toothbrush holders, soap dish and wash cloth holder

Aft Head

  • Textured two-tone non-slip floor
  • Par Quiet Flush fresh water flush electric head
  • Avonite countertop with undermounted Swanstone white oval sink
  • Hansgrohe single lever stainless steel water mixer
  • Mirrored medicine cabinet
  • Separate stall shower with bi-fold glazed shower door
  • Hansgrohe shower wand on height adjustable bar with soap dish 
  • Hansgrohe single lever stainless steel shower mixer
  • Whale Gulper electric gray water sump pump for sink, shower and head area soles
  • Cherry grab rail
  • Stainless steel towel bar, toothbrush holder, soap dish and wash cloth holder
Water Systems
  • Spectra Newport 400 GPD water maker- rebuilt and membrane replaced (’17) 
  • Spectra MPC5000 controller for water maker at nav station
  • GRP fresh water tank with 750l (approx. 198 US gallons) capacity 
  • Fresh water tank dip stick
  • Hot and cold pressure fresh water system
  • Fresh water filtration system
  • Par Max-3 3.6 gpm fresh water pump
  • Amtrol 2 gal. accumulator tank
  • Seaward 54l/ 14 US gallon 220V hot water heater with engine heat exchanger
  • Hot and cold deck shower in starboard transom locker
  • Euronova 220V washing machine (runs off Euro power or genset)
  • Hart Systems Tank Tender for water and fuel at nav station
  • Jabsco Maxi 3000 electric bilge pump
  • Jabsco Hydro Air bilge pump switch
  • Henderson Mk V manual bilge pump in cockpit
Hull and Deck
  • Laid-up GRP single skin hull with structural stringers and floors
  • Built to Lloyd’s approved design specification
  • High performance bulb keel 
  • Fully protected skeg hung rudder with a stainless steel rudder stock
  • Solid bronze thru-hulls below the waterline with quarter-turn ball valves
  • Bottom paint (’19)
  • Two watertight bulkheads at bow; drain can be opened to drain secondary compartment into the bilge to be pumped out of the vessel
  • Molded in GRP deck with balsa core for strength and insulation
  • Deck reinforcement backing in high load areas 
  • Epoxy-laid 10mm teak weather decks, coach roof, cockpit seats and sole. (Teak on deck should be evaluated for update or repairs.) 
  • Internal scupper drains allow the deck to drain without staining the topsides
  • Solid teak cap rails refinished ('19)
  • Cap rail mounted stainless steel fairleads (8)
  • Stainless steel 12” mooring cleats (10)
  • Stainless steel bow pulpit and stern pushpit rails
  • Double 27” high stainless steel wire lifelines
  • Port, starboard and stern rail boarding gates
  • Stainless steel and teak stern rail seats with upholstered cushions and bolstered back rests
  • Stainless steel and teak steps from deck to sugar scoop
  • Integral sugar-scoop transom with teak treads and fold-down stainless steel swim ladder
  • Double Stainless steel anchor roller
  • Lewmar CQR type 75# anchor with 328’ (100m) of 3/8” stainless steel chain
  • Lewmar Ocean 3 vertical capstan 24V electric windlass
  • Up and down windlass foot switches and cockpit remote
  • Recessed anchor locker with hinged lids
  • Dedicated sail locker aft of anchor locker
  • Large locker on aft end of house deck for life raft, 50A shore power connection and other gear
  • Full beam lazarette with stainless steel gas-assist struts, gasketed and guttered lid 
  • Lewmar Ocean Series Low Profile deck hatches (4)
  • House top hatches are recessed to flush mount with deck
  • Gebo alloy framed opening portholes (14)
  • Additional Gebo porthole from galley to cockpit 
  • Deck Saloon profile with signature Oyster eyebrow
  • Alloy framed powder coated saloon windows with smoked, hardened 12mm safety glass
  • Two forward saloon windows opening for good flow-through ventilation
  • Fiberglass dorade boxes with flexible cowls and stainless steel guards (5)
  • Stainless steel grab rails on coach roof (2)
  • Simpson 225kg stainless steel electric davits
  • Magnetic stop override switch for davits
  • Oyster custom drop-down washboard system for main companionway
  • Full cockpit bimini with 1 ¼” stainless steel pipe
  • Fold-down dodger with opening center window
  • Strataglass connector between dodger and bimini
  • Sunbrella side cockpit panel
  • Phifertex side cockpit shade panel
  • Wichard pad eyes in cockpit (4)
  • Varnished teak drop-leaf cockpit table with insulated fiberglass box
  • Sunbrella cockpit table cover
Sails and Rigging
  • Hood Stoway electric in-mast furling keel-stepped double spreader aluminum mast
  • Custom drill fitting for mainsail furler as backup to electric winch
  • Mainsail furler seal replaced (’19)
  • Harken Mark 3 genoa furler
  • Harken staysail furler (’17)
  • Rig pulled and inspected by M Yachts (’17)
  • Standing rigging replaced by M Yachts (’17)
  • 1X19 wire shrouds with open turnbuckles
  • Insulated backstay antenna
  • Harken manual back stay adjuster
  • Baby stay 
  • Spectra adjustable running back stays
  • Selden Rod Kicker boom vang
  • Adjustable spinnaker pole car and track
  • Antal sidewinder heel winch spinnaker car adjuster
  • Aluminum spinnaker pole mounted on mast
  • Spinnaker halyard, topping lift sheets and guys 
  • Lewmar staysail cars and tracks on housetop
  • Lewmar genoa tracks and cars on weather decks
  • Lewmar mainsheet track and car with aft-boom sheeting
  • Dyneema mainsheet
  • Lewmar turning blocks on raised fiberglass pads
  • Turning blocks serviced (’19) 
  • Anderson #12 self-tailing traveler control winches (2)
  • Anderson #46 two speed self-tailing halyard winches on mast (2)
  • Spinlock line clutches on mast (8)
  • Spectra adjustable running backs
  • Anderson #46 two speed self-tailing electric house top winch
  • Spinlock line clutches on house top (4)
  • Anderson #68 two speed electric self-tailing primary winches (2)
  • Anderson #46 two speed self-tailing secondary winches (2)
  • Second genoa halyard
  • Preventer
  • Dutchman boom break
  • Asymmetrical cruising chute with snuffer sock
  • Mainsail (’15)
  • 150% Genoa (’07)
  • Staysail (’10)
  • Storm jib
  • Sail area/disp. Ratio: 19.29
Engine and Machinery
  • Yanmar 4JH3HTE 4 cylinder 100HP diesel engine with turbo
  • Engine hours 5657 as of August, 2019
  • Aquadrive anti-vibration shaft coupling with remote greaser
  • Max-Prop 3-blade 24' feathering propeller
  • Ambassador AM15 rope cutter     
  • Prop Speed and new zincs (’19)
  • 211 gallon fuel capacity in GRP tank with dipstick gauge
  • Hart Systems Tank Tender for water and fuel at nav station
  • Racor 500 fuel filter/water separator for engine with vacuum gauge and water alarm
  • Racor 500 fuel filter/water separator for generator with valves to allow use as a backup engine filter
  • HMI water separator
  • High density polymer and foam sound absorbing engine room insulation
  • Engine room blower
  • Seafire automatic fire extinguisher system
  • Engine room lights (2)
  • Oil change pump
  • Whitlock “Athena” steering pedestal
  • Whitlock Mamba rod and gearbox steering system
  • Single lever engine control
  • 42” stainless steel destroyer wheel leather wrapped
  • SIRS Major compass with internal lighting
  • Sleipner 11HP bow thruster with control at helm
  • Bow Thruster Prop Speed and new zincs (’19)
  • Cruisair 9000 BTU reverse cycle heat/air conditioning in guest cabins
  • Cruisair 10,000 BTU reverse cycle heat/air conditioning in master stateroom
  • Cruisair 10,000 BTU reverse cycle heat/air conditioning units in saloon (2)
Electrical
  • 50A shore power connection and 50’ cord
  • Isolation transformer with voltage adjustment
  • BEP Marine DCVR voltage converter
  • 230V 50Hz AC panel with volt and amp meters
  • Mains 220/240V 50hz AC ring main with various receptacles
  • Mains 110/120V 60hz AC ring main with GFCI protected receptacles
  • Mastervolt 240V 50hz 2500W inverter
  • Mastervolt 120V 60hz 2500W inverter
  • 24V DC system with exception of electronics
  • LG 315w solar panel mounted on dinghy davits
  • Larland 75w solar panels mounted on lifeline rails (4)
  • Victron Energy Blue Solar MPPT 100/30 charge controller
  • Victron Energy Blue Solar MPPT 75/15 charge controllers (2)
  • Victron Energy Bluetooth smart dongle
  • Mastervolt Alpha alternator producing 150A at 24 volts for charging house batteries ('18)
  • Yanmar 85A 12v alternator for charging starting batteries
  • Mastervolt 220V/240V battery charger
  • Mastervolt BTM-1 battery monitor
  • Mastervolt Charge controller ('18)
  • Emergency parallel link for engine start
  • Mastervolt battery temperature sensor
  • Eight Trojan T-105 6v. house batteries (’16)
  • Banner 80 AH AGM starting battery for generator (’16)
  • East Penn 7549XE starting batteries (2)
  • Onan MD-KAV generator switchable (9 Kw @ 60hz, 7Kw @ 50hz)
  • Generator soundproofing replaced ('19)
  • LED lighting throughout interior
  • Deck, panel and spreader light controls on the steering pedestal 
  • LED navigation lights
  • LED steaming light
  • LED spreader and deck lights
  • LED masthead tricolor/anchor light
  • 12v receptacles at nav, helm and aft cabin
Electronics
  • Raymarine RD418HD 4kw radome (’16)
  • Raymarine E125 HybridTouch 12” multifunction display at nav (’16)
  • Raymarine E95 HybridTouch 9” multifunction display at helm (’16)
  • CMap 4D charts for the US East Coast, Bahamas, Caribbean and South America
  • USB connection to link laptop or tablet with the chartplotter at nav
  • Vesper XB8000 AIS transceiver with Wi-Fi passes AIS and other navigational data to mobile devices 
  • Raymarine Raystar 130 GPS antenna 
  • Raymarine ST7000 autopilot system
  • Raymarine ST6001+ autopilot control head
  • Raymarine ACU400 Actuator Control Unit
  • Raymarine Smart Controller wireless autopilot control
  • Raymarine i60 wind (’16)
  • Raymarine i60 close hauled wind (’16)
  • Raymarine i50 speed and log (’16)
  • Raymarine i50 depth (’16) 
  • Airmar transducers for speed, log & depth (’16)
  • Two Raymarine i70 multi and graphic displays (’16) 
  • Raymarine i70 multi and graphic display at nav (’16) 
  • ICOM IC-M802 SSB radio
  • ICOM AT-140 auto tuner ('17)
  • ICOM SP24 external speaker
  • Copper strip and copper grounding plate for SSB earth
  • Backstay SSB antenna 
  • Navtex GPS/VHF antenna
  • Standard Horizon Matrix VHF radio with DSC and AIS ('17)
  • Standard Horizon RAM mic at helm ('17)
  • Wave EC-HP WIFI range extender with Linksys router, which created onboard wireless network
  • Wired for an Iridium sat phone or Iridium Go, including fixed mount antenna on davits (phone or Iridium Go not included)
  • Sirius satellite radio antenna
  • Pyle flip-down 19” TV
  • Supersonic DVD player
  • Fusion MS-UD650 stereo with Bluetooth, Pandora and Sirius XM ready ('17)
  • Sirius XM receiver (subscription required)
  • Ceiling mounted speakers in saloon (2)
  • Fusion cockpit stereo speakers ('17) 
  • Blue Sea Systems USB jacks at nav (2)
Other Equipment

The amount of spare parts on board this boat is incredible. The owners wanted to ensure that they were prepared for almost any systems failure by having the parts they would need on board. There are spare pumps of every kind, hoses, stove parts, toilet rebuild kits, water maker parts, belts, engine hoses, filters, pumps, injectors and other engine and generator parts, hatches and porthole parts and frames, electrical wire, breakers, lights, nav lights, windlass and winch parts, door and drawer parts, loads of hardware… it’s amazing. 

  • AB 11’6” RIB dinghy (’17) 
  • Yamaha 25HP outboard motor
  • Plastimo Transocean 6-person life raft (inspected 2/2019)
  • Florentino Para anchor (self-adjusting, fluorescent orange)
  • 1” yacht braid Para anchor bridle
  • Lifesling 2 overboard rescue system
  • Rescue throw rope
  • ACR Global Fix EPIRB (recertified 2018)
  • Jacklines
  • Firdell Blipper radar reflector
  • Fenders
  • Dock lines
  • Boat hook
  • Stainless steel emergency tiller
  • 2 ¾” thick closed cell foam cockpit cushions
  • Sunbrella hatch covers for all hatches
  • Toe rail covers
  • Seat and seat back delivery covers for entire saloon
  • Wempe stainless steel ships clock
  • Wempe stainless steel hygrometer and thermometer
  • Masthead windex
  • 1stAlert carbon monoxide detector
  • Smoke detectors
  • Edson boarding step
  • West Marine Bosuns chair
  • Winch handle holders (3)
Historical Damage Note

The vessel sustained above the waterline damage on the starboard side while racing in 2009.  Repairs were effected by Oyster in Southampton at which time the owner took the opportunity to have the boat significantly refitted. 

Disclaimer

Potential purchasers should assume that any items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his/her agents or his/her surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. This vessel is subject to sale, price and inventory changes or withdrawal from market without notice.


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