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Oyster 82

$2,005,635 Listed price: US$1,495,000

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Oyster Brokerage USA

Newport Shipyard
One Washington Street
Newport, RI, 02840
United States
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Make Oyster
Model 82
Year 2004
Condition Used
Price US$1,495,000
Type Sail
Class Cutter
Length 24.99 m
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fibreglass
Location Newport, Rhode Island, United States
LOA 24.97 m
Length at Water Line 21.49 m
Beam 6.32 m
Max Draft 3.17 m
Min. Draft 3.15 m
Keel Type enums.keel-type.kt-bulb
Displacement 132275 lb
Engine Make Caterpillar
Fuel Type Diesel
Power 300 hp
Propeller Type 4 Blade
Folding Propeller Yes
Rope Cutter Yes
Designer Rob Humphreys and the Oyster Design Group

Description

New to the market, highly specified ocean-ready 82 with flag blue hull, carbon cutter rig, carbon in-boom main, stunning cherry interior and loaded with extras. Darling received a major refit at Oyster Southampton 2013-2014 with new rigging, paint job, decks, and more. She is realistically priced and turnkey.

From any angle, the Oyster 82 looks refined and stylish. An exceptional sailing yacht, that will do 240-mile days on passage, the Oyster 82 is beautifully balanced and light on the helm with equally impressive light air performance, and is a fine example of what can be achieved by combining the naval architect’s art and the builder’s experience, a yacht that really does compare favorably with many larger vessels.

The 82’s split cockpit has a big yacht feel with twin wheels and a spacious, protected guest cockpit with large fitted tables for some serious ‘al fresco’ dining.

The upper saloon offers a direct line of sight outboard, providing a panoramic vista and direct access to the cockpit. The lower saloon incorporates seating and an entertainment area.

The Oyster 82 offers full standing headroom under the cockpit floor, with a centerline passageway leading aft to the owner’s stateroom and two guest cabins. This gives owners and their guests privacy from the galley and en suite crew accommodation, which are forward of the saloon.

The Oyster 82 offers a combination of comfort and performance, with an abundance of practical sea-going features that are the hallmark of the entire Oyster range.

Early viewing recommended.

CONSTRUCTION

HULL NUMBER                    
Oyster 82/03.

HULL CONSTRUCTION         
Laid-up GRP, single skin with structural stringers and floors to Lloyds approved design specification.

HULL FINISH                      
Awlgrip ‘Flag Blue’ hull with cove line and double boot top lines in ‘Silver.’ (Repainted by Oyster Superyacht Solutions, Southampton, UK in 2014).

DECK CONSTRUCTION        
Moulded in GRP with balsa core for strength and insulation, and featuring Oyster’s renowned ‘deck saloon’ profile with eyebrow styling.
Extra Kevlar added to bow in build for impact resistance.

DECK FINISH                      
Teak laid decks.
Gloss varnished teak capping rail with stainless steel fairleads.
(Perimeter teak decks replaced by Oyster Southampton, UK in 2014).

KEEL                                  
High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel – lead casting bolted to GRP keel stub. (Keel reinstalled by Oyster in 2014, studs replaced by Iron Brothers, UK) 

RUDDER                             
Fully protected skeg-hung rudder. (Rudder and bearings new 2014).

STERN DESIGN                   
‘Sugar scoop’ stern design with bathing platform trimmed with teak slats and stainless steel steps for access to the stern deck.
Removable stainless steel hinged ladder on transom, stowed inside lazarette hatch.

EURCD                               
Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean.

CHARTER CODING              
Built and refit to MCA standard.

DECK EQUIPMENT

ANCHOR                             
66kg (140lb) CQR with 100m (328’) of 14mm (1/2”) stainless steel chain.
Fortress FX85 kedge anchor with 100m (328’) of 24mm (1”) Octoplait nylon warp and 10m (33’) of 12mm (1/2”) chain.

WINDLASS                         
Lewmar 4000 vertical capstan type hydraulic windlass – two-way and operated by adjacent foot switch controls.
Pedestal windlass controls.

DECK ACCESS                     
Midship gateway stanchions with stainless steel hinged boarding ladders with oval treads, which close up to form the side-gates.
Engraved tread plates with yacht name at each gateway.
Gate to pushpit.
Stainless steel bathing ladder.
Hydraulic Besenzoni retracting passerelle with two remote control units.

HATCHES                            
Oyster custom drop-down, smoked acrylic washboard system with positive assist for main companionway.
8 x Lewmar alloy-framed deck hatches with custom Sunbrella covers.
4 x additional Lewmar hatches in guest cabins for light and ventilation.
11 x Gebo alloy-framed coaming portlights with deadlights for each.
Exterior anodised black hull port frames.
8 x Gebo alloy-framed portlights inside deck.
Rondal deck prisms.

CANVASWORK                    
Large fold down acrylic companionway sprayhood with see-through panels and stainless steel grab rail to aft end.
Custom fixed bimini to cover helm positions and guest cockpit – allows full zip enclosure of cockpit, and breaks down into three pieces. (New bimini 2012).
Cover for cockpit table in Sunbrella acrylic.
Cockpit cushions.

DECK PLUMBING                
Hot and cold freshwater deck shower in transom locker.
Freshwater outlet on deck at bow, including hose for freshwater wash downs.
Combined saltwater wash down/fire pump.

COCKPIT                            
Walk-through teak-laid cockpit split into separate crew and guest areas. The guest cockpit is over 3m long and has a clear central walkway aft, giving access to the helm positions and side decks. It also incorporates generous lockers and two large cockpit tables, one to port, one to starboard.
The crew cockpit has twin custom GRP steering pedestals, incorporating all the controls and sailing instrumentation, and helm seats with stainless steel backrests and padded cushioning.
A pair of waterproof loud speakers are mounted within the coamings either side of the guest cockpit.
Stainless steel double drinks holders to pedestals and either side of companionway.

COCKPIT TABLE                  
Two gloss varnished cockpit tables with stainless steel frame and folding leaves.
Port table fitted out as a drinks fridge, and starboard table fitted out as an icebox via a Frigomatic refrigeration unit.

STEERING                          
Twin remote pedestals, each incorporating a 1.2m (47”) diameter Destroyer type stainless steel steering wheel, friction brake and three bearing pedestal steering unit. Leather cover to steering wheels (new 2016).

GENERAL                            
Stainless steelpulpit and pushpit.
Stainless steel fairleads, mooring and cockpit cleats.
Stowage compartment partition at forward end of anchor locker for kedge warp and chain stowage, with additional storage for dinghy fuel tanks.
Large lazarette locker with custom shelves and stowage for four dive bottles and Bauer Junior compressor with external air pipe. AC power. Twin stainless steel gas struts fitted to lazarette lid (new 2013).
Stainless steel chocks for dinghy stowage on foredeck.
Liferaft stowage in float free cockpit seats.
Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.
Gas locker for two bottles.

RIG and SAIL HANDLING

MAST and RIGGING            
Cutter rig. (Rig pulled and inspected 2014 £350K rig refit in 2014).
Hydrauliccarbon Leisure Furl in-boom furling system.
Hood Spars carbon mast.
Repainted (2014).
New rod rigging (2014).
New spreaders (2014).
Main track (2014).
Headsail furling sections (2014).
Navtec A250-SE-060 hydraulic backstay tensioners (rebuilt 2014).
Navtec A850-VC-040 hydraulic vang with positive support (rebuilt 2014).
Preventer lines.
Status TV antenna at masthead for TV/FM radio reception.

HEADSAIL FURLING            
Reckmann hydraulic staysail furling (serviced 2014).
Reckmann hydraulic headstay furling (serviced 2014).

WINCHES                           
By Lewmar:
2 x 88/3 SEST self-tailing, electric primary winches.
2 x 77/2 SEST self-tailing, electric secondary winches.
1 x 66 SEST self-tailing, electric mainsheet winch.
1 x 66 SHST self-tailing, hydraulic main halyard winch.
1 x 66 CST self-tailing yankee/staysail halyard winch.
1 x 40 CST self-tailing mainsheet traveller winch.

SPINNAKER GEAR               
Single carbon spinnaker pole stowed vertically on mast.
Package includes chainplates, deck fittings, halyard, topping lift, pole lift, single sheet, guy, fore guy and all required blocks.

SAILS                                 
Boom furling mainsail (March 2009).
Battens custom covered with Spectra Kevlar sock for strength and to stop splintering.
Furling genoa (March 2012).
Furling staysail (March 2012).
Spinnaker (2004).

INTERIOR

GENERAL                             
Ten berths, plus one Pullman berth in five cabins, excluding the saloon.
All berths, including doubles are counted as sea berths, and have Dacron Lee screens with lanyards to through-bolted eyes.
Interior joinery finished in Cherry with Oyster ‘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 and Oyster custom knobs for lockers and drawers. All drawers use metal runners, which give extremely smooth operation.
Solid framed doors with black inlaid border.
Kick recesses in aft berth and saloon settee sides.
Upholstered and padded panels for headboards and berth sides.
Quarter sawn solid mahogany V-grooved cabin sole. (Soleboards re-sprayed 2014).
Barrifloor sound insulation to owner’s stateroom and en suite heads compartment.
Escape hatches from the aft port and starboard guest cabins into the owner’s stateroom passageway area, to give two means of escape.
‘Autumn Wheat’ Avonite galley work surfaces.
Heads countertops in ‘Cordoba’ Avonite.
Hansgrohe quality mixer taps and pressure-balanced showers, together with matching towel rail, pair of toothbrush holders, soap dish, shower basket and toilet roll holder in each heads. Plus lockers for wash bags and cleaning materials.
Headlining in off-white vinyl.
Upper saloon upholstery in ‘Cognac’ leather.
Leather upholstery throughout yacht in all cabins.
Crew covers for navigator’s seat and lower saloon.
Vinyl floor cover for galley and engine room area.
Carpets for all soleboards.
Blind system to all portholes and windows.
Oceanair skyscreens, solid panel or flyscreens to all deck hatches, except sail locker.
Sliding flyscreens to each companionway.
Forced air ventilation system.
Hella fans throughout.

FORWARD SAIL LOCKER                    
Accessed via crew quarters and its own deck hatch.
Workbench to starboard with lockers above and below, plussail stowage to port.

FORWARD PORT TWIN CREW CABIN          
Twin cabin with upper and lower berths.
Hanging locker, mirror and bookshelves.

FORWARD STARBOARD SHARED CREW EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER       
Shared heads compartment to starboard with Sealand Vacuflush freshwater flush toilet, washbasin and shower stall.
Additional grating to form a walkway through to the sail locker.

FORWARD STARBOARD DOUBLE CREW CABIN         
With double berth, vanity unit, hanging locker and mirror.
Ample storage and access to forward shared heads/shower compartment.

GALLEY                               
Situated to port with plentiful storage, plus stowage for crockery and cutlery.
Garbage disposal unit.
SINKS                             
Twin stainless steel sinks.
DRINKING WATER TAP       
Dedicated drinking water tap/faucet with charcoal filter.
COOKER/HOB                   
Gimballed OceanChef stainless steel gas cooker with 4-burners, grill and oven (new 2014). Electric hob.
Alpes Inox stainless steel cooker hood with light and extractor fan.
MICROWAVE                     
Panasonic stainless steel microwave oven.
REFRIGERATOR/                
Frigomatic 24V refrigeration units with evaporator plates for built-in front opening
FREEZER                          
stainless steel refrigerators and insulated freezer box. (All compressors recharged and serviced 2017).
DISHWASHER                   
Fisher and Paykel dish drawer.
WASHER/DRYER                
Full size Miele washing machine and separate tumble dryer.

OWNER SALOON                  
To starboard with L-shaped settee and custom Birdseye Maple coffee table with padded cover (new 2014), and wine storage under settee.
Bar area aft with stowage for glasses and bottles and charcoal filtered assembly icemaker (new 2013).
Drinks locker features mirror finish and automatic light.
Full sets of wine, cocktail, aperitif and champagne crystal.
Bookcase.

UPPER SALOON                   
The high level saloon is extremely light and airy with eight windows providing an almost panoramic view to the exterior. Access from the cockpit is via a set of teak steps with teak and stainless steel handrails.
Featuring a four-sided wraparound settee to port with expandable rectangular Birdseye Maple table, with padded cover (new 2014) on a large pedestal base, to provide comfortable seating for six.
From this upper level occupants retain excellent visual contact with the outside world and benefit from a marvellous view out of the deck saloon windows, whilst remaining protected from outside weather conditions.
Two sets of steps lead from here to the passageway aft under the cockpit, or forward to the lower saloon area.

NAVIGATION AREA              
In upper level saloon to starboard the navigation area with forward facing chart table and swivel seat, is customised around the navigational equipment, which where possible, is flush-mounted in a dark grey Alcantara fascia.
Stowage in chart table for Admiralty size, half folded charts.
Bookshelf and stowage for navigational books and almanacs, etc.

ENGINE ROOM                     
Accessed via a door from the aft passageway, the large engine room provides access to all machinery. Built of fire retardant sound-insulation (re-covered in 2014). All additional access panels fitted with rubber sealing strips to minimize noise.
AC and DC lighting and 2 x extractor fans (new 2013).
Jabsco 100mm heavy-duty air intake (new 2013).
Fire flaps on engine air intakes to shut off air supply in the event of a fire, activated from the foul weather locker by pull cable.

AFT PORT TWIN GUEST CABIN                 
Twin berths with drawers beneath.                  
Hanging locker and mirror.

AFT PORT EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER       
With Sealand Vacuflush freshwater flush toilet, washbasin and separate shower stall.

AFT STARBOARD DOUBLE GUEST CABIN                   
Double berth with drawers beneath.
Additional Pullman berth fitted with lee cloth and 2” mattress.
Hanging locker and mirror.

AFT STARBOARD EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER                
With Sealand Vacuflush freshwater flush toilet, washbasin and separate shower stall.

OWNER’S STATEROOM         
With double berth offset from centerline, fitted with 2 x memory foam covers and a high quality battening system beneath the mattress for comfort, flexibility and ventilation.
Settee, dressing table, large hanging locker and abundant drawer and locker space.
Chair with desk/vanity. Mirror.
Steps in stainless steel with wooden treads to starboard, leading up to a private companionway giving access to the aft deck via a sliding hatch.
Access doors to corridor running forward beneath the cockpit, and starboard en suite heads/shower.

OWNER’S EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER            
To starboard with Sealand Vacuflush freshwater flush toilet, washbasin, and separate shower stall.

ENTERTAINMENT

AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS    
Speakers in cockpit and upper saloon.

FORWARD CABINS            
Sharp flat screen TV, DVD/audio combination system.

LOWER SALOON               
Fusion surround sound with 3-zone controls.
CD/radio/DVD, and iPod attachment.
LG flat screen TV (new 2014) with KVT satellite TV system, iPod attachment.

AFT PORT GUEST CABIN              
Sharp flat screen TV, DVD/audio combination system.

AFT STARBOARD GUEST CABIN             
Sharp flat screen TV, DVD/audio combination system.

OWNER’S STATEROOM      
Mitsubishi flat screen TV, Fusion stereo/DVD.

ENGINEERING

ENGINE                              
Caterpillar 3126 turbo charged (300hp) diesel engine. Duplex 75/900Max filter unit.

ENGINE HOURS                  
Approximately 7,182 at March 2019.

PROPELLER                        
Bruntons Varifold 4-bladed folding propeller for low vibration and noise reduction.

ROPE CUTTER                     
Rope cutter on shaft. 

ALTERNATORS                    
Twin alternators: one charges start, one service. 

GENERATOR                       
Onan 27kW (220V) 60Hz diesel generator with sound shield and hydraulic PTO.

GENERATOR HOURS            
Approximately 10,840 at March 2019.

BOWTHRUSTER                  
Lewmar 300 retractable hydraulic bowthruster.

STEERING SYSTEM             
Whitlock Mamba rod and gearbox system.
Whitlock 1/2hp electric automatic pilot motor coupled to the reduction gearbox. (Reduction gearbox rebuilt 2014 and automatic pilot rebuilt 2017).

HYDRAULICS                      
Lewmar 400 Commander system located in sail locker to operate headsail furling, staysail furling, windlass, halyard winch and hydraulic in-boom furling functions, and bowthruster. 

AIR CONDITIONING           
220V Cruisair reverse cycle system comprising:

  • 3 x 16,000 BTU units.
  • 1 x 12,000 BTU unit.
  • 2 x 10,000 BTU units.
  • Giving a total of 80,000 BTUs.
  • (Starboard guest cabin unit new 2016).

HEATING                            
Twin Webasto Thermo 90 diesel heater units – DC system.

ICEMAKER                          
U-Line BI 95 icemaker with dedicated inverter in bar area. 

WATERMAKER                    
Seafresh AC watermaker producing approximately 200 litres (44 Imp gallons/52 US gallons) per hour. Remote control with remote pressure gauge, pressure valve and product flow meter.
Additional backup Seafresh SH-206 (24V) DC watermaker.

TANKAGE and PLUMBING

FUEL                                   
3,500 litres approximately (770 Imp gallons/924 US gallons) in two GRP tanks.                   

WATER                                
3,000 litres approximately (660 Imp gallons/792 US gallons) in two GRP tanks. 

TANK TENDER GAUGES        
Tank tender contents gauge.

HOT WATER                         
From two insulated approximately 93 litres (20 Imp gallons/24 US gallons) tanks heated by the engine and generator’s heat exchanger, or by thermostatically controlled immersion heater elements powered by the generator or dockside power. One tank serves the area forward of the engine room, and the other aft of the engine room. 

PRESSURISED HOT AND COLD FRESHWATER SYSTEM           
Pressurised hot and cold freshwater system based on a Cleghorn Waring AQM6 pump with pressure accumulator tank, and Acorn polypropylene pipework and fittings. 

HOLDING TANKS                 
Four gravity discharge holding tanks with additional ability to pump out from on deck – 1 forward, plus 3 aft, each fitted with Wema electric tank capacity gauges.

GREY WATER                       
6 x GRP grey water tanks located in the boat, each fitted with a float switch and a Whale Gulper pump giving automatic evacuation of all showers and washbasins, galley sink and washing machine.

MANIFOLD SYSTEM             
Stainless steel manifold for seawater inlets to reduce through-hull fittings.

ELECTRICS

SHIP’S SUPPLY                   
24V. 12V navigation with separate start banks for generator and main engine. 

RINGMAIN                         
110V AC ring main with double Vimar outlet sockets located as appropriate within the layout. 

OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS            
2 x 12V cigarette lighter sockets – one at chart table and one in aft cabin.
1 x 12V waterproof socket at pedestal.
24V socket in anchor locker for anchor light.

BATTERIES                         
Domestic: 24V/1800A Concorde AGM Lifeline deep cycle batteries (new 2017).
Engine start: 24V/210A battery (new 2017).
Generator start: 24V/105A battery (new 2014).
12V/375A gel batteries (new 2014).
All batteries are positively secured against inversion in the case of a knockdown.

BATTERY MANAGEMENT                              
3 x Mastervolt MASS 100A/24V battery chargers (new 2014) including 1 x extra 12V for start batteries.
Mastervolt BTM with Alpha Pro regulator, charger controller also acting as a voltmeter and ammeter is fitted to accurately monitor the ship’s batteries.
Emergency link system between the domestic and engine start battery banks.
Vessel built with American 4-wire system with an isolation transformer in the lazarette and soft start system, taking 220V AC and 60Hz.
3KVA shore transformer.
220V/60Hz socket in engine room.

INVERTER                          
Mastervolt Dakar 24V/3000W (110V) sine wave inverter.

SHOREPOWER                    
2 x 50A dockside power cables. Hubbell socket in transom.

INTERIOR LIGHTING          
Custom reading lights to all cabins.
Refrigerator and bar locker automatic door lights.
Automatic door lights to all hanging lockers.
Red ‘courtesy’ footlights at saloon, passageway and galley steps.
Dimmer to upper and lower saloon, and aft cabin.
Red halogen light at chart table.
Engine room lights.

EXTERIOR LIGHTING          
Boom light over cockpit table and pedestals.
Pair of spreader up and down lights.
3 x 24V low-level lights to illuminate cockpit sole area – switched at pedestal.
Lights mounted in lazarette.
Aqua Signal bow and stern navigation lights.
Steaming/deck floodlight.
Tri-white anchor/navigation light at masthead.

NAVIGATION and COMMUNICATION

COMPASSES                       
SIRS Marine Major 150mm (6”) steering compass flush mounted to each pedestal with internal lighting and substantial grab rail. 

SAILING                             
B&G Hydra 2000 instrumentation:

INSTRUMENTS

COMPANIONWAY HATCH               
4x multi-function displays.
1 x analogue wind display.

 PORT PEDESTAL               
1 x multi-function display.
1 x wind repeater.
MOB button.
Audible alarms.

 STARBOARD PEDESTAL     
1 x multi-function display.
1 x wind repeater.
1 x Furuno TZT14 display.

 FORWARD CREW QUARTERS           
1 x multi-function display.

CHART TABLE                  
1 x multi-function display.
Audible alarms.

OWNER’S AFT CABIN         
1 x multi-function display.

GPS/CHART PLOTTER/RADAR      
Furuno GP 32 integrated GPS interfaced to chart plotter.
Furuno TZ Touch (14”) independent navigation system with MaxSea navigation software, linked to Windows PC at navigation station.

AIS                                    
Furuno FA-100 AIS transponder.

AUTOPILOT                        
B&G ACP1 autopilot system with Whitlock Mamba 24V 1/2hp drive unit close coupled to the reduction gearbox at the rudder head.
B&G control head on steering pedestal.
Rudder reference unit and Gyrocompass.

WINDEX 
Windex at masthead.

NAVTEX                              
Furuno NX300 Navtex.

VHF RADIO                         
ICOM 502 VHF radio at chart table with external speaker.
Second Icom 502 VHF radio in crew cabin.
RAM microphone and speaker in cockpit.

SSB RADIO                         
ICOM 802 SSB radio telephone at chart table with twin antennas and Icom AT140 automatic antenna tuner.
Wide copper strip from chart table to lazarette and twin large ground plates as SSB earth.
Backstay insulators.

SATELLITE PHONE              
BGAN ‘FleetBroadband’ Inmarsat satellite system at navigation station and Yachtspot Wi-Fi.

PC                                      
Two PC screens at chart table, with spare laptop.

SAFETY

LIFERAFT                           
2 x Winslow 6-person liferafts in valise with hydrostatic release.

EPIRB                                
2 x ACR GlobalFix EPIRBs – 1 with NEMA 2000 feed. (Battery replaced on one unit in November 2016).

RADAR REFLECTOR             
Firdell blipper on mast.

BILGE PUMPS                     
2 x Henderson MkV manual bilge pumps.
Jabsco electric bilge pump with hydro air switches.
Bilge pumping system upgraded to enable each watertight compartment to be separately pumped by either of the two hand pumps. 

DECK SAFETY                     
2 x horseshoe lifebuoys.
Jonbuoy.
1 x lifesling.
Webbing jackstays.
Wichard folding padeyes for U-bolt harness attachment.
MOB button.
Emergency tiller.

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS        
Various including automatic Halon fire extinguisher in engine bay.
Fire blanket in galley.

ALARMS                             
Gas alarm.
Bilge alarm.
Engine room fire alarm.
High water alarms (via float switches) in sail locker, engine room, forward cabins, and all aft cabins.

OTHER SAFETY FEATURES                  
Foghorn.
Watertight bulkheads and doors.
Storm boards/deadlights.

GENERAL

RIB/DINGHY                      
Novurania tender (new 2014).
Honda 60hp 4-stroke outboard motor.

WARPS AND FENDERS        
2 x Aere fenders and 6 x inflatable fenders.

COMPRESSOR                     
Bauer Junior compressor with external air pipe, and stowage for four dive bottles in lazarette.

CROCKERY                         
Oyster customised Wedgwood bone china crockery. 

CUTLERY                            
Oyster customised Sheffield stainless steel cutlery.

SAFE                                  
4-brick safe with electronic keypad in aft cabin.

ASSORTED TOOLS, SPARES AND MANUALS             
Extensive inventory of spares and all manuals, hardcopy and electronic versions.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION                         
Major refit in Southampton, UK – 2013/2014 included:
New teak decking.
Rig pulled and inspected.
Painting and finishing work.
Chlorination and flushing of all bilges.
Refit of driveshaft.
Replacement of cutlass bearings.
Removal and replacement of shaft seal/gland.
Overhaul of transmission and oil cooler.
Overhaul of Aquadrive and thrust bearing.
Replacement air conditioning ducting throughout.
New crew covers in galley, plus upper and lower saloon.
Capping rail stripped back to bare wood and revarnished (2017).

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION                         
Historical Damage Disclosure – Oyster 82/03:
In 2013 Darling was stolen from her berth in Sausalito, California and subsequently run aground 20 miles south on the beach in Pacifica, California.
Following the incident, the vessel was shipped back to her original builder – Oyster Yachts in Southampton UK, where she underwent repairs.
At this time the owner took the opportunity to have an extensive refit and a number of significant upgrades.

Oyster

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.

NB: All personal belongings and all other items not expressly listed in the above inventory are excluded from the sale.

Viewing through Oyster Brokerage.

Inventory not yet verified by the owner.

NB: Name ‘Darling’ to be retained by the Vendor.

Draft Issue 3 (GS/OA/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.

 

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