Well thought of blue water cruising yacht designed by Holman & Pye and built by Windboats for Oyster Marine in 1988, launched 1989 – Hull No. 19. British Part 1 Registered.
With her central owners aft cabin berth “Ostryga” can accommodate up to six and is the Deck Saloon version of the popular centre cockpit Oyster 406.
Equipped for independent ocean cruising she has been continually upgraded and maintained in her present ownership. An ideal yacht for those considering the ARC or for liveaboard cruising. ARRIVING IPSWICH UK 26th OCTOBER 2016
Solid laminate white GRP hull, Fin keel with encapsulated cast iron ballast, with skeg hung rudder. Whitlock wheel steering. Alloy toe rail.
Hull slurry blasted and old antifoul removed 2015
White GRP deck, superstructure, deck saloon and self draining centre cockpit.
Teak laid side decks and superstructure – refurbished 2012, plus teak cockpit seats, helmsman’s seat and cockpit sole.
Teak internal joinery, teak & holly sole boards.
Perkins 4.108 55HP four cylinder diesel engine. Approx’ 3,800 hours.
Fresh water cooled with heat exchanger (Replaced 2010) and wet exhaust. Flexible mounts (Replaced 2008). Electric start. Reversing reduction ZF10M gearbox (new 2009 with 2015 oil cooler).
Shaft driven 3 bladed Maxprop (refurbished 2012).
Stripper rope cutter on shaft (2006).
Serviced – Autumn 2016
Numerous spares including starter motor, injector, seawater pump, filters.
Seacocks replaced 2006 to 2008
Engine condition report due autumn 2016
Fuel (white diesel) – 400 litres in GRP tank beneath saloon (Tank cleaned 2012)
Freshwater – 900 litres in 2 x GRP tanks under saloon seating
Hotwater – 30 litres – Calorifier heated by engine, 240v and diesel heating
Holding Tank to forward heads. Deck pump out and sea pump out.
Katadyn water maker.
Tank tender fuel/water gauges.
12volt system – 3 x 110ah domestic & 1 x AGM engine batteries
70 ah alternator charging with Stirling 'alternator to battery' smart regulator
Wiring from batteries to main busbar & other wiring replaced as required.
Fitted solar panel to aft deck – with cover (2013)
2 x 145w adjustable solar panels fitted to quarter guardrails (2015)
Rutland 913 wind generator (2008)
Wind and solar regulated by Steca and Marlec HRDi regulators
Battery monitor gauge
12v lighting throughout mostly internal LEDs.
Bow, stern, steaming, deck, tri-white navigation lights
LED masthead anchor light
220volt system – Shore cable, connector, RCB
7 outlets throughout
Victron Centaur 60ah battery charger
Immersion heater in hot water tank.
Rich teak internal woodwork
Red upholstery – 2011. Curtains new 2009.
Mattress to aft berth new 2012
Hot & cold pressurised water system with charcoal filter and Seagull galley filter for high quality drinking water.
Water pump, shower pumps & accumulator replaced 2010 to 2015.
Water heated by engine, 240v shorepower & cabin heating
Mikuni diesel heating, water system with saloon radiator, towel rails in both heads & blowers.
Frigoboat refrigerator with keel cooler (2008)
Hella 12v fans to aft cabin, saloon, galley & chart table.
Forward cabin – V berth with storage in infill area to form double berth. Storage shelves. Hanging and storage lockers. Hull liners replaced 2010
Fwd Heads – to port with s/steel washbasin, H&C pressure water, Jabsco sea toilet piped to either sea or holding tank. Shower with shower drain and teak grating. Doors to both saloon and fwd cabin.
Saloon – Settee berths to port and starboard with bookshelves / lockers to port outboard. Fixed saloon table with folding leaves.
Galley – To port under cockpit - 2 x s/s sinks with hand operated discharge pump, H&C pressure water, manual salt and foot operated fresh water pumps, Plastimo Neptune gimballed two burner gas cooker with oven and grill, top opening coolbox with Frigoboat refrigeration unit and good storage and assorted teak racks.
Chart table to starboard with large outward facing table, folding navigators seat, instruments and switch panel.
Aft head – To starboard with s/steel washbasin, Hot &Cold pressure water, Jabsco sea toilet, shower with shower drain and teak grating. Doors to both saloon and aft cabin.
Aft cabin – accessed from p & s with a large central double berth, seating to port and starboard. Good stowage comprising large cupboards port and starboard. Other storage cupboards and lockers.. Hull liners replaced 2010.
Furling mainsail – Gowen-Ocean (2008)
Furling genoa – Gowen-Ocean (2012)
Tri-sail – Gowen-Ocean (2008)
Sails to be checked autumn 2016 by sailmaker
Keel stepped sloop rig.
Kemp silver anodised alloy double spreader mast with in-mast mainsail furling and boom.
Furlex roller furling headsail system (2006).
Stainless steel standing rigging with removable inner forestay - replaced 2006
Spinnaker pole – mast stowed.
Sprung boom kicker (2009).
Genoa tracks with 2 x cars per track
Improved mainsheet blocks on track
Running rigging replaced 2006, led to cockpit
“Oyster" binnacle steering compass.
B & G Hornet 4 system with speed, depth, wind info – 4 cockpit displays (Refurbished (2006 - 2014)
Standard Horizon CP180 GPS/plotter display at chart table
Standard Horizon CP 300 GPS/plotter display in cockpit inc AIS display
C-Map chart cartridges for W Europe & Med
Echopilot Trio cockpit display on helm pod - depth and GPS information
Icom 505 DSC VHF radio with cockpit remote handset and speaker
Icom SSB receiver
Furuno radar with mast scanner
AIS transmitter/receiver - Returns displayed on chart plotter
Autohelm 6000 autopilot. (wiring renewed 2015). Linear drive refurbished 2010
ICS Nav 6 Navtex
Brass clock & barometer, plus Vion electronic barometer
Standard Horizon handheld VHF with holder
GPS to PC connector from plotter
Practical deck layout with wide side decks, raised deck saloon and deep centre cockpit.
Wheel steering, leather covered wheel, pedestal refurbished 2009
Teak folding cockpit table
S/steel pulpit, split pushpit, stanchions with gates to stern, port & starboard.
Quarter guardwires replaced with fixed s/s tubes.
S/s stemhead with double bow roller and s/s stem protection, draining chain locker
Bow, stern and spring mooring cleats
S/s dorade protectors forward
Matching Pacific Blue covers (serviced as required) inc:-
Covers for winches, hatches, aft solar panel, outboard, liferaft, lifebuoys etc
White Sunscreen mesh covers to deck saloon windows
Passarelle with mounts fore & aft
Stainless steel bow ladder (2016)
Simpson folding davits (2008)
Stern mounted swimming ladder (Refurbished 2007)
Hot & cold cockpit shower (2009)
Winchrite electric winch handle, 2 manual winch handles and pockets (2012)
Novalift hoist for outboard engine plus outboard stowage bracket (2006)
Avon Redcrest inflatable dinghy
Yamaha 4hp outboard engine inc external tank
Fenders, mooring lines.
Rocna 25kg self stow anchor and 70mtrs 10mm chain and spare 45lb CQR main anchor.
Anchor wash pump (2012)
Simpson & Lawrence Seawolf electric (up) windlass – new motor 2008. Wiring replaced 2014
Stern anchor with rode and chain in s/s container
Plastimo 4 man Ocean liferaft in s/s cradle – 2009, serviced 2016
Coastal flare pack
1kg and 2kg fire extinguishers – serviced 2016
Engine auto Fire extinguisher
4 x safety pad eye /harness points in cockpit
Coachroof grabhandles replaced with s/s (2015)
Masthead lightening dissipator (2006)
Radar reflector (2006)
2 x side deck Jackstays (2006)
Horseshoe lifebuoy with Tron strobe light & drogue (2010)
Jonbuoy danbuoy (2006)
Electric auto and manual bilge pumps
Bilge water alarm (2010)
“Ostryga” has been fitted out for ocean cruising and for living independently and comfortably at anchor for extended periods. She sails nicely and is very comfortable under sail carving through the waves. “Ostryga” has been continually upgraded and maintained to a high standard in current ownership and is an ideal boat for someone who is considering the ARC and/or for liveaboard cruising.
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.
Ipswich, Suffolk IP2 8SA