|Tipo di carburante||Diesel|
|Ubicazione||Cowes, Isle of Wight, Regno Unito|
|Status fiscale||Tasse incluse|
|Lunghezza totale||18.9 m|
|Lunghezza al galleggiamento||16.74 m|
|Pescaggio minimo||2.62 m|
|Tipo di chiglia||enums.keel-type.kt-bulb|
|Tipo di carburante||Diesel|
|Tipo di trasmissione||Direct Drive|
|Propeller Material||3 Lame|
|Designer||Humphreys Yacht Design/Oyster Design Group|
|Locale WC /bagni||3|
|Serbatoio carburante||2 x 600 litri (VTR)|
|Serbatoio acqua||2 x 500 litri (VTR)|
|Forma scafo||Mono scafo|
This Rob Humphreys designed Oyster 62 is a beautiful looking yacht suited to fast long-distance cruising in style and comfort. She has competed successfully in many races, including the ARC in which she won her class.
Equipped with a special tall, carbon fibre sports rig and almost every conceivable optional extra.
Full brokerage specification
Laid-up GRP, single skin with structural stringers and floors to Lloyd’s approved design specification.
‘White’ hull with ‘Norpol 7006 blue’ cove line and double boot top lines.
Moulded in GRP with balsa core.
Teak laid decks with margins on cockpit and coachroof, and teak on the deck saloon roof.
Bulwark finished with a gloss varnished teak capping rail.
High performance bulb (HPB) keel.
Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.
Rudder heel casting epoxy coated.
‘Sugar scoop’ stern design with bathing platform trimmed with teak slats and two stainless steel steps for access to the stern deck.
Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean.
Stainless steel CQR 34kg anchor and 100m (328’) stainless steel chain.
FX85 kedge anchor.
Lewmar 3000 hydraulic powered windlass.
Midship gateway stanchions with stainless steel hinged boarding ladders, which close up to form the side-gates.
Stainless steel tread plates to cap rail at boarding gates.
Gate to pushpit.
Stainless steel bathing ladder.
Oyster custom drop-down washboard system for main companionway.
‘Smoke grey’ perspex sliding hatch over aft companionway with blackout screen incorporated below.
Gebo alloy-framed coaming portlights.
Long Gebo hull portlight from cockpit to side cabin with curtain.
Long Gebo portlight from cockpit to over galley with curtain.
Lewmar hatches with mirror polished finish.
Forehatch, aft cabin hatch and all other foredeck hatches are hinged at the aft end, opening forward.
Custom Rondal flush hatch fitted with twin gas struts to give access to large lazarette locker.
Canvas cover for cockpit table with top opening flap.
Cockpit cushions in closed cell foam with acrylic covers.
‘Navy’ acrylic sprayhood with leather covered grab rail to aft edge, and central opening window with zippers for ventilation.
Bimini in ‘navy’ acrylic with window for boom lights, and canvas cover velcroed over.
Canvas covers for wheels and binnacles.
Canvas covers for all deck lights and hatches.
Over deck ‘blue’ canvas winter storage cover.
Foam-backed vinyl cover for saloon table.
Hot and cold freshwater deck shower at transom with long hose.
Forward washdown outlet at pulpit foot with booster pump for good hose pressure.
Gas plumbing for gas BBQ at stern pushpit.
Walk-through teak-laid cockpit split into two distinctive areas - the forward part for crew and guests, aft for the helmsman. Both sections are self-draining with six cockpit drains.
Padded backrests to stainless steel helm seat backs.
Stainless steel drinks holders to pedestals.
Gloss varnished teak cockpit table with stainless steel frame, folding leaves, insulated GRP box, refrigerated with Glacier Bay holding plate fridge system.
Pair of remote pedestals each incorporating a 1.20m (3’9”) diameter Destroyer type stainless steel wheel, with friction brake and three-bearing pedestal steering unit. Grab rail over steering pedestals.
Leather covered steering wheels.
Outboard bracket in reinforced teak on pushpit for maximum 15hp motor.
Oyster Deck Saloon profile with ‘eyebrow’ styling.
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and gateway midship stanchions.
Stainless steel custom fairleads.
Stainless steel mirror finished mooring and cockpit cleats.
Additional pair of stainless steel cleats at transom deck for use with transom fairleads.
Polished stainless steel dorade vents.
Ladder and transom treads made from oval section tube.
Lazarette locker with twin stainless steel gas struts.
Liferaft locker in aft end of coachroof.
Pair of custom quarter seats at aft pushpit in polished stainless steel with shaped teak slats.
Stern post at stern for navigation/communications antenna.
Gas locker with two bottles. Second propane bottle with manual changeover valve between the two bottles.
Stowage compartment with removable partition at forward end of anchor locker for kedge warp and chain, plus fender stowage.
Marlon valves fitted to lazarette drain tubes with access below sole in aft cabin.
Two fishing rod holders at aft pushpit rails.
2 x directors chairs.
MAST AND RIGGING
Cutter rigged sloop with fully battened mainsail.
Carbon spars white painted carbon fibre mast and boom. Taller than standard mast, and ‘sports rig.’
Navtec hydraulic backstay and vang with 3-function, two-speed panel.
Navtec hydraulic mainsail foot outhaul system.
Hydraulic mast jack system rig for tensioning.
Navtec discontinuous stainless steel rod standing rigging.
Chainplate design to suit rod rigging specification.
Pair of lightning ion dissipaters at masthead, connected via cable in mast to keel.
Keel bolt is connected to mast step and shroud chainplates with heavy copper tape and cable.
Status TV antenna at masthead.
Two folding mast steps at masthead, and three at gooseneck.
Reckmann hydraulic headsail furling.
Reckmann hydraulic staysail furling.
Lewmar winches (all upgraded to chrome finish) including:
#77 electric primaries.
#54 self-tailing electric secondaries.
#54 self-tailing electric mainsheet.
#54 two-speed, self-tailing genoa and staysail halyard winch.
#54 single speed, self-tailing electric main halyard winch.
Two carbon spinnaker poles to match the mast. Poles have swivel ends outboard.
Spinnaker gear complete with all blocks, fittings etc., halyards, running rigging and vertical pole stowage.
Additional halyards and clutches for all spinnaker gear and additional genoa halyard.
Two genoa turning foot blocks upgraded to Lewmar polished stainless steel.
All deck blocks upgraded to Lewmar Racing Series.
Jockey pole with stainless steel fittings.
Wichard folding pad eyes for spinnaker guy, so block removable.
Deck plates for spinnaker sheets, guys and downhaul.
By GO Sailmakers:
Fully battened main in Spectra laminate, radial cut with slab reefing.
135% yankee in Spectra laminate, radial cut.
Staysail in Spectra laminate, radial cut.
1oz tri-radial spinnaker.
2.2oz tri-radial spinnaker.
Mainsail cover in aquamarine with lazy jack slots.
Ten berths in five cabins, excluding the saloon. Sea berths have fitted Dacron lee screens with lanyards to through-bolted eyes.
Interior joinery finished in light oak with Millennium styling.
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, solid shaped teak and stainless steel grab handles, and Oyster custom knobs for lockers and drawers.
Solid ‘framed’ doors with an inlaid border.
Chequerboard teak veneered floor panels with a black perimeter line inlay.
Kick recesses in aft berth and saloon settee sides.
Upholstered and padded panels for headboards and berth sides.
Rolled edge, vinyl-covered mouldings for the saloon deck/coachroof carlin line.
Off-white inside frames to deck saloon windows.
Stitched panel detailing to upholstered seat cushions.
Avonite ‘Stormy Grey’ work surfaces in galley and heads.
Insides of upper lockers in heads and galley are white mica laminate. Lower lockers are white Flocoat.
White Avonite ‘Delphi’ integrated washbasin bowls, with edges faired into Avonite worktop in all heads.
Heads Formica in ‘Buttermilk.’
Hansgrohe taps and shower fittings.
Headlining in off-white vinyl.
Upholstery in ‘Fawn’ Alcantara.
Lockers in the saloon, hanging lockers and all upper lockers in cabins are teak-lined with removable outboard vinyl-covered panels. Lockers are fitted with teak shelves and fiddles.
Curtains in Parker Knoll ‘Falcon White’ fabric.
Custom Heirlooms bed linen.
Oceanair Skyscreens on all Lewmar deck hatches.
Popper fasten roll-up cloth screen on fo’c’sle deck hatch.
Flyscreens to all opening hull and coachroof ports.
Clock and barometer.
FORWARD DOUBLE CABIN
Twin berths to port.
Accessed either via its own deck hatch or the starboard side forward double guest cabin.
Watertight door and fo’c’sle bulkheads, with access to shared en suite head.
PORT FORWARD TWIN CABIN
Port twin guest cabin with upper and lower berths, TV/vanity unit and hanging locker.
Access to head and stall shower, which also doubles as a day head with easy access from the saloon.
SHARED HEAD/DAY HEAD
En suite head with Vacuflush freshwater flush toilet, washbasin, separate stall shower and storage lockers.
STARBOARD FORWARD DOUBLE CABIN
To starboard, forward of the saloon is a double berth for guests with Victoria Marine batten system beneath mattress.
TV locker at foot of bed.
Two hanging lockers and additional storage.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER
Shared en suite head with Vacuflush freshwater flush toilet, washbasin, separate stall shower and storage lockers.
Access to forward twin cabin via shared head.
At the forward port end of the saloon the chart area is customised around the navigational equipment, which is flush-mounted in a matt black, man-made leather fascia.
A small support stay is fitted on the chart table lid and there is provision for stowage of Admiralty-size, half-folded charts.
An outboard bookshelf provides stowage for navigational books and almanacs, etc.
Access from the companionway is via a set of shaped teak and stainless steel steps. Two teak 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. Opening hullports each side contribute to the great feeling of space and light in the saloon.
Featuring an oval table to starboard with burr oak inlay, ‘black’ Avonite perimeter line and curved grab handle, plus settee seating around and two lockers outboard. The aft locker contains a bar area, which accommodates glass and bottle stowage.
Pair of comfortable reading chairs to port, the forward of which can swivel to face the chart table and navigation area at the forward end of the saloon. Outboard aft is a locker for the hi-fi unit. Along the outboard port side of these seats and inboard of the hullport is a bookcase. The port aft corner locker is fitted out as TV locker with slide away door.
Bosch washer/dryer fitted at aft starboard corner of saloon in locker with Oyster style grille for ventilation and interior wood grain epoxy sealed.
The galley is located to port of the cockpit, using both sides of the companionway from the saloon through to the aft cabin.
‘Stormy Grey’ Avonite worktops with upstands on the galley work surfaces.
Seafresh water purifying charcoal filter fitted to dedicated tap at galley for drinking water.
Large rubbish bin fitted inside locker door by sink.
Stowage provided for crockery.
Twin Penguin stainless steel sinks.
Gimballed ‘Force 10’ stainless steel 4-burner cooker with grill and oven, all protected by a flame failure gas cut-off device. The cooker incorporates an electronic ignition system for all functions.
A heavy gauge fiddle rail is fitted around the top of the cooker, which incorporates a pair of adjustable clamping pan holders.
Harbour lock and cooker crash bar fitted.
Whirlpool UKM457 microwave with turntable switch.
Front opening refrigerator, fitted out with shelves and automatic door light.
Top opening freezer, fitted with baskets for stowage.
Bosch WVF2000 washer/dryer installed at starboard aft corner of saloon.
The engine room is built of Isovib sound insulating plywood and the entire area is insulated with a foam and lead insulation.
Access is via a door from the starboard midships cabin. Access panels are fitted with rubber sealing strips to minimise noise and secured by positive catches.
24V lighting and two 24V x 100mm extractor fans are installed and switched at the DC electrical panel. These fans are ducted to the transom and designed to be used after the engine has been shut down to evacuate the hot air from the engine space, not to be run continuously.
An automatic fire extinguisher is installed.
PORT TWIN GUEST CABIN
To starboard with upper and lower berths.
Hanging locker, drawer and locker space.
Aft cabin configured with a double berth offset from centreline to port.
Dressing table and seat, large hanging locker and abundant drawer and locker space.
TV locker with video stowage.
Extra insulation below floorboards.
Private access is provided to the aft cabin from the aft deck via an offset companionway to starboard and a set of stainless steel and teak steps.
Access forward to the aft en suite head/shower to starboard.
Door to galley to port.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER
En suite head with Vacuflush freshwater flush toilet, washbasin, separate stall shower and storage lockers.
AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS
Kenwood radio cassette with 2 x 10 CD stacker unit.
Speakers at saloon, aft cabin and cockpit, switchable with a volume control on the cockpit speakers.
Three Sharp 34cm (14”) multi-standard (except SECAM) combined TV/ VCRs.
225hp Perkins/Sabre M225C 6-cylinder, turbo-charged diesel engine.
Aquadrive coupling and flexible engine mounts.
Heavy-duty engine room extractor fans.
Stainless steel manifold for seawater inlets aft with twin Aquafax filters on 2 x 2” inlets so filters can be isolated and cleaned while under way.
Max-Prop 3-bladed feathering propeller.
Ambassador AM20 rope cutter on prop shaft.
Mastervolt 150A/24V high output alternator for domestic battery charging.
40A/24V alternator for start battery charging.
Westerbeke 12kW generator in its own sound shield.
Maxpower electro-hydraulic 14hp retracting bow thruster.
Whitlock torque rod system.
Lewmar Commander 400 custom hydraulic power pack for yankee and staysail furling, mainsail halyard winch and windlass.
Cruisair air conditioning with reverse cycle remote mounted compressors, air handler system and individual digital controllers in each cabin, comprising of:
2 x 16,000 BTU units - one each in saloon and galley. Outlets starboard side saloon and port side over galley.
1 x 5,000 BTU unit in forward port cabin.
1 x 7,000 BTU unit in forward starboard cabin.
1 x 5,000 BTU unit in starboard cockpit cabin.
1 x 12,000 BTU unit in aft cabin.
Giving a total of 61,000 BTUs.
Webasto heating system with four thermostatically-controlled 2-speed fan coil outlets.
Glacier Bay holding plate refrigeration system in cockpit table cool box with remote digital temperature gauge.
Seafresh watermaker rated at 189 litres (41 Imp gallons/50 US gallons) per hour.
Spectra standby watermaker rated at 62 litres (13 Imp gallons/16 US gallons) per hour.
1200 litres approximately (264 Imp gallons/317 US gallons) in two GRP tanks.
1000 litres approximately (220 Imp gallons/264 US gallons) in two GRP tanks.
TANK TENDER GAUGES
Tank Tender four tank system with gauges located at chart table.
Hot water from a 76 litre (17 Imp gallons/20 US gallons) grade one copper tank heated by the engine’s heat exchanger, or by thermostatically controlled 220v, 2kW immersion heater powered by generator or dockside power.
PRESSURISED HOT AND COLD FRESHWATER SYSTEM
Hot and cold freshwater system based on a high capacity water PAR Twin-Max pump with pressure accumulator tank and Acorn plastic pipework and fittings.
Three Tek Tank polypropylene tanks to serve toilets with gravity drain, Wema gauges and deck fittings.
Showers and washbasins drain into small, local grey water sump tanks and are then evacuated by pump directly overboard.
Galley sink empties via an electric Whale ‘Gulper’ pump.
These pumps are operated by rubber toggle switches.
220V AC ring main with four double 3-pin Clipsal outlet sockets located as appropriate within the layout. Additional five double Clipsal AC outlets.
Two additional 220V outlets.
Extra block of five 24V circuit breakers as spares, no droppers.
OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS
24V DC waterproof sockets - one in cockpit at steering pedestal and one in anchor locker.
12V socket with dropper at chart table.
Socket incorporated into transom steps for passerelle.
Domestic: Rolls Surrette 850Ah at 24V with hydrocaps.
Engine start: Separate 88Ah battery bank.
Generator start: Separate 12V generator starting battery.
Magnetronic DCC4000 battery controller - amps, volts and amp hour meter.
Mastervolt MASS 24/100 twin 100A battery charger with manual current regulation.
Mastervolt MASS sine 24V/2500W inverter to feed all AC sockets and microwave.
Mastervolt MASS 24V/500W sine wave inverter for computer and peripheral power supply.
Emergency link between 24V domestic batteries and engine start batteries.
20m (65’6”) 30A shore power cable with Hubbell socket to run all domestic systems.
Second 30A shore power cable and socket to run air conditioning only.
Halogen overhead down lights.
Reading/bulkhead lights for each berth.
Lights over dressing tables and mirrors.
Perko dome lights.
Automatic refrigerator door light.
Flexible chart table light.
Dimmer circuit to saloon lighting, main overhead lighting circuit.
Boom light over cockpit, switched at pedestal.
Pair of lower spreader lights, switched at pedestal to light deck.
Two pairs of uplighters on lower and middle spreaders.
Aqua Signal 41 bow and stern lights.
Tri-white light at masthead with switches at pedestal.
Flush-mounted SIRS Major 150mm diameter compass with internal lighting fitted on each pedestal.
B&G Hydra Instruments:
20/20 x 4.
FFD x 2.
FFD x 2.
FFD (NMEA version).
NAVIGATION/CHART TABLE AREA
Hydra autopilot control.
FFD (NMEA version).
Raytheon Ray 300 GPS.
Raymarine R80 radar/plotter unit with colour display.
Halcyon Gyro processor for high-speed radar interface.
B&G Hydra autopilot.
Combined masthead Windex and VHF antenna.
Simrad 4 station VHF with US weather channels. Includes intercom.
Two Simrad handheld VHF radios mounted in charger bases.
V-Tronix cockpit VHF loudspeaker on/off switch at companionway for SSB/VHF/OFF.
Icom IC-M710 SSB radio-telephone with GMDSS facility and AT130 auto-tuner and handset.
Copper tape grounding and twin giant dynaplates.
Insulated backstay to use as SSB R/T aerial.
Mini M satellite telephone at chart table, and antenna on stern post.
CapSat C at chart table, and antenna on stern post.
Cell phone and antenna.
Sony Vaio laptop PC.
17” Sony flat screen monitor with speakers and infrared remote keyboard.
Computer interfaced to Mini M, Sat C, SSB, radar and B&G.
DOS/Windows software for Sat C operation on computer.
Remote keyboard and mouse.
Lifeguard 8-person Forties A life raft in valise with E-pack and double floor.
Navtec EPIRB with remote control.
Firdell blipper on mast.
Par electric bilge pump.
Engine driven 3.81cm (1.5”) bilge pump with port valves to allow this to double as an anchor wash pump.
Henderson MkV manual bilge pump.
Two Offshore flare packs.
Additional cockpit harness points.
MOB button (ST80 unit).
Raytheon Ray 430 hailer/foghorn with horn on mast below radar bracket and control at steering pedestal.
Wichard folding pad eye cockpit harness points.
Webbing jackstays on deck.
Various, including automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay.
Bilge alarm with buzzer and light at chart table and helm positions.
Two sensor gas detector at galley and bilge.
Avon inflatable dinghy stored in lazarette.
Mercury 15hp outboard motor.
WARPS AND FENDERS
Warps and fenders.
Oyster customised Wedgwood bone china crockery.
Oyster customised Sheffield stainless steel cutlery.
HEYCO MARINE TOOL KIT
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.
Viewing through Oyster Brokerage.
Name ‘PEARLFISHER’ to be retained by the vendor - to be confirmed.
Inventory not yet verified by the owner.
Draft issue 4 (GR/YO/jg)
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.