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|Location||Cruising New England, Rhode Island, United States|
|Length at Water Line||12.37 m|
|Min. Draft||2.16 m|
|Dry Weight||36900.97 lb|
|Propeller Type||3 Blade|
|Fuel Tanks||1 x 164.98 gal (UK) (GRP)|
|Fresh Water Tanks||1 x 142.98 gal (UK) (GRP)|
|Holding Tanks||2 (Plastic)|
‘Altair’ was commissioned by an experienced sailing couple to circumnavigate the globe in the second Oyster World Rally. Every detail was considered with great care in her design, construction and outfitting and the ultimate result was one of the best and most purpose-built shorthanded blue water cruising yachts ever constructed.
Delivered in 2015, ‘Altair’ is the first and currently only of the popular 475 model to come available on the secondhand market. She has barely stretched her legs going once around the world in favourable trade wind conditions and would be ready to leave tomorrow for another circumnavigation.
Equipped with a very high specification of options, ‘Altair’ has low hours and has been meticulously maintained to a professional level by her original owners from day one. An easy-handling LeisureFurl in-boom furling system combined with furling headsails and upgraded North Sails maximizes performance while allowing sails to be set and struck with ease, and the cutter rig offers a quick and easy option for reduced sail in heavier weather. For lighter airs, a spinnaker package and Whisker pole is included.
Below decks, a stunning quarter-sawn teak interior and plush Alcantara upholstery adorn throughout. The practical three-cabin layout allows luxurious accommodation for six with a generous en suite owner’s cabin aft and V-berth forward that is easily converted to a double, as well as a port side bunk cabin that offers perfect sea berths. A functional galley and spacious saloon include all of the creature comforts one could ever dream of, including high-end electronics packages.
Significant upgrades and numerous extras include Highfield RIB on davits, carbon passerelle, crew covers, added millwork, powerful Northern Lights generator, abundant spares for world cruising, and safety gear, all top quality.
Having completed their intended adventure, owners are selling with plans to build another Oyster, this time a larger one for two-family cruising and crewed use in the Oyster Charter Fleet. ‘Altair’ is priced to sell and cruising new England Summer 2019, with ample opportunity for viewing.
‘Altair’ is available for handover to new owner after 1st September 2019.
The perfect yacht for the next Oyster World Rally.
Early viewing is recommended.
Manufacturer Provided Description
With a lengthened hull giving a larger aft deck, plus a host of other subtle enhancements, both in styling and fit-out, the 475 has evolved from the well-proven Oyster 46. And she carried the DNA of her illustrious predecessors; the Holman & Pye designed Oysters 46, 435, 45/47 and 485 – of which we built nearly 200. A worthy successor indeed, another benchmark in fact.
The ideal family boat, offering spacious and luxurious accommodation
Moulded in GRP under controlled conditions with laminating carried out by hand to high standard. Produced using Lloyd’s approved gelcoat and laminating resin.
Special NPG gelcoat.
Outer laminates incorporate a vinylester resin and powder-bound mats. This combination provides exceptional UV, weathering and water resistance properties
White hull with cove line and double boot top lines in blue.
Moulded in GRP with balsa core.
G5 styling with modern flowing lines and sleek looks.
Teak laid decks.
Teak rubbing strake installed just below the gunwale with a solid D-section stainless 3/4" strip.
High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.
Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.
‘Sugar scoop’ stern design with bathing platform trimmed with teak slats.
Fold down stainless steel bathing/boarding ladder accessed via teak laid steps moulded into the transom. Ladder fitted with lanyard and retaining pin for retrieval/stowage.
Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean.
Stemhead upgraded to take 40kg (88lb) Rocna anchor and KZ furler with 92m (300’) of 9.5mm short link, calibrated galvanised chain matched to the windlass, fastened at its ‘bitter end’ to a through-bolted stainless steel attachment with substantial lanyard. Chain marked every 7.62m (25’).
Fortress high tensile FX37 and Spade S80 kedge anchors with 15.24m (50’) of 9.5mm chain and 121.92m (400’) of 16mm Octoplait. Chain marked at halfway point and warp marked every 7.62m (25’).
Anchor chain locker in the foredeck, which drains directly overboard and is accessed via twin hinged lids, one of which is fitted with a positive catch.
GRP pocket stowage for Spade S80 kedge anchor in anchor locker and removable shelf on top of stringers.
Two small shelves (port and forward) in chain locker to take one Honda 3 gallon fuel tank on each.
Galerider plus hardware and two 50’ storm bridles – the 122m (400’) rode from the kedge anchor is used when deployed.
2 x 122m (400’) 8mm Dyneema shore lines and strops.
Lewmar V4 (12V) vertical type electric anchor windlass with stainless steel deck unit, complete with capstan and gypsy to handle chain and warp.
Controlled by adjacent deck-mounted foot switches.
Manual recovery kit for windlass.
Midship gateway stanchions and side-gates for boarding. Fold down steps in guard wire gates.
Stainless steel tread plates at both side boarding gates.
Gate to pushpit.
Stainless steel bathing ladder.
2.6m GS Composite carbon folding passerelle with bag, stanchions, brace lines and spreader hanging system. (Passerelle halyard doubles up as spare main halyard and includes a clutch on the mast.)
Passerelle socket in top step of transom.
Oyster custom vertical drop-down tinted acrylic sliding washboard system for main companionway. Flush fitting locks enable the washboard to be set at two different heights. Additional custom wood screen with padded storage bag.
4 x flush frameless deck hatches.
1 x Gebo opening coaming portlight.
1 x long Lewmar Econoline portlight from cockpit to galley with flyscreen and curtain.
6 x acrylic, direct bonded, non-opening hullports.
4 x fixed toughened smoked glass (side) deck saloon windows.
2 x laminated smoked glass forward opening deck saloon windows.
1 x toughened smoked glass forward (fixed) deck saloon window.
Large acrylic fold down companionway sprayhood/dodger in WeatherMax 80 ‘Taupe’ with leather covered stainless steel grabrail to aft end and incorporated see-through forward panel. Zip up window to middle panel and mesh pocket on inside of each wing of sprayhood.
Bimini in WeatherMax 80 ‘Taupe’ with window for viewing sails, plus cover and bag for stowage, and additional boom light window with velcro cover and securing lines.
Bimini zip on side/aft panels in WeatherMax 80 ‘Taupe’ with zips and velcro covers for those on top for solar panel sheet.
Zip on clear panel with frame, between sprayhood and bimini to seal off cockpit.
WeatherMax ‘Taupe’ cover for pedestal and steering wheel.
Two ensign staff covers.
WeatherMax 80 ‘Taupe’ tender cover over davits.
Cockpit cushions in EZ-Dri foam and Silvertex ‘Vogue Eucalyptus’ fabric, self-piped.
Hot and cold freshwater deck shower in transom locker.
Anchor deck wash from ship’s freshwater main in bow, including hose, plus independent saltwater wash in bow anchor locker.
Teak-laid, self-draining cockpit.
Pair of waterproof loudspeakers in cockpit coamings.
Stainless steel grab rail and drinks holder to front of pedestal.
Four drinks holders fitted to forward face of pedestal.
Lewmar folding unvarnished teak cockpit table.
Whitlock Constellation ‘Royale’ steering pedestal incorporating a 910mm (36”) diameter Destroyer type stainless steel wheel and friction brake.
Leather cover to steering wheel, extending to partially cover spokes.
Outboard bracket in teak and stainless steel (maximum weight approximately 40kg).
Nova Lift outboard crane, mounted by outboard bracket on starboard aft quarter.
Cooney S225 Tall electric davits (225kg maximum total load) complete with belly bands and stainless steel ratchet straps. Motors and line Dyneema.
Stainless steel‘A-frame style’ pulpit (to provide sufficient clearance for the KZ furler for the cruising chute).
Stainless steel pushpit.
Stainless steel mooring and cockpit cleats. Additional pair of stainless steel mooring cleats mounted on flat stainless steel plate on aft deck for stern-to mooring.
Large 300mm folding Aqualine cleat on foredeck.
Two GRP dorade boxes on forward coachroof with stainless steel cowls and stainless steel guards over.
Stainless steel grab rails on deck saloon roof.
Granny bars at mast.
8 x 8mm Wichard folding padeyes on deck teak (including two to port and two to starboard, for lashing down dinghy).
Lazarette locker with positive hatch closing providing full-width storage area.
Hanging rail in lazarette for stowage of spare lines and fenders.
Two folding steps fitted on lazarette bulkhead plus stainless steel brackets fitted at top of bulkhead.
Glass-in ply pads on hull in lazarette to screw items to hull sides.
Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.
Liferaft storage built into pushpit.
Shakespeare 5225-XP GRP backup antenna with dedicated mount on pushpit.
Gas locker for two bottles. Deck filler plate in gas locker lid top for hose connection for BBQ and universal gas kit.
Additional second deck locker (mirroring gas locker) each with independent drainage.
Ensign staff socket.
Two fishing rod holders on pushpit rail.
MAST and RIGGING
Cutter rig, including tracks, rigging, halyard, clutch, Seldén furler, running backstays and furling staysail.
Seldén mast with Leisure Furl alloy in-boom furling system. Forespar Leisure Furl offshore with manual ratchet and flexible feeder.
Trysail track on mast, including 10 round circulating ball bearing (RCB) slides.
Main halyard and boom furling lines are led back to mainsheet winch on starboard side of companionway, to enable raising and lowering of mainsail from cockpit.
2 x Spinlock clutches for genoa halyard and staysail halyard.
Towable genoa cars and rope clutches with fixed backstops.
Lewmar BB ‘Racing’ blocks.
Mainsheet traveller lines led to secondary winches through turning blocks and Spinlock clutches mounted on coachroof.
Spare spinnaker halyard and clutch on mast.
Preventer lines with tails and fittings for stowage to the forward end of the boom, to attach to and including a port and starboard dedicated foreguy.
Hydraulic boom vang.
Manual hydraulic backstay tensioners.
Mast gaiter cover in WeatherMax 80 ‘Taupe.’
Four mast steps for boom/gooseneck access and two at top of mast.
‘No-Strike’ ion dissipaters at masthead grounded to keel.
Burgee pole at masthead with halyard with reflective tape at top.
Seldén Furlex 400 S (12mm) manual headsail furling gear.
Seldén Furlex 300 S (12mm) manual staysail furling gear.
2 x Lewmar 58CEST two speed, electric self-tailing primary winches – controls on inside of cockpit coaming.
Emergency kill switch for primary winches, mounted on forward face of pedestal.
2 x Lewmar 46CST two speed, self-tailing secondary winches with cleat at each.
1 x Lewmar 46CEST two speed electric mainsheet winch under sprayhood/dodger.
1 x Lewmar 46CST two speed main halyard winch on mast.
1 x Lewmar 46CST two speed genoa halyard winch on mast.
1 x Lewmar 46CST two speed winch mounted on port side of mast.
1 x Lewmar 30CST two speed reef line winch on mast.
1 x Lewmar 16CST self-tailing snubbing winch starboard side of companionway.
3 x winch handle pockets – two in cockpit and one on mast.
Spinlock TWF/63M winch feeder on bespoke plinth aft of starboard clutches in order to feed the lines to the winches.
Single white painted carbon Whisker spinnaker pole stowed vertically on mast.
Package includes butt hoist winch, halyard, pole topping lift, fore guy, pair of sheets, guys, blocks and fittings, and KZ top down furling system.
By North Sails.
In-boom furling mainsail in Dyneema SRP75 complete with clew patch, UV cover on head, full RBS carbon battens and zipped sail bag.
Genoa in NorLam Dyneema SRP75 complete with white UV strip and zipped sail bag.
Staysail in NorLam Dyneema SRP75 complete with white UV strip and zipped sail bag.
McLube Sailkote Plus treatment to mainsail, genoa and staysail.
Bright orange staysail and trysail in NORDAC NC114HA with attached sheets.
Cruising spinnaker G-3 gennaker in NorLon NO75.
Six berths in three cabins, excluding the saloon. Five sea berths, including the port saloon settee (excluding forward V-berth). Mesh lee cloths on sea berths in white Soltis 86 fabric (including two pockets on each – one large at foot end and one small at head end) and fitted with lanyards to through-bolted eyes.
Interior joinery finished in quarter-sawn teak.
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 solid ‘framed’ styled doors with laid veneers.
All drawers have metal runners, which give extremely smooth operation.
Door furniture with chrome hinges and handles.
Incorporated into the accommodation are a number of grabrails, including one on the inboard fore-and-aft edge of the saloon tabletop.
Hanging lockers lined with cedar wood ply panels.
Lockers fitted with shelves and fiddles.
Teak veneered cabin sole in ‘random’ plank effect.
Galley work surfaces with upstands and fiddles in satin finish ‘Jicama K1-6625’ Avonite.
Heads compartments incorporate a moulded washbasin set into a flat solid Avonite surface. Hansgrohe quality chrome mixer taps and shower controls, together with matching towel rail, toothbrush tumbler, soap dispenser and toilet roll holder in each heads.
Jabsco large bowl ‘Quiet Flush’ freshwater flush electric toilets in each heads compartment.
Headlining and deck saloon sides in off-white vinyl.
Removable foam backed mast cover with velcro in headlining vinyl.
Flat panel detailing to upholstered seat cushions. Upholstery in ‘Sea Sand’ Alcantara. Scotchgard protection to all saloon seating, headboard in aft cabin and mattress covers. Teak kick panels to saloon seating.
Crew covers in JAB ‘Sailor 1-1183-373 fabric complete with WeatherMax bag.
Curtain system to windows in all sleeping cabins. Oceanair Skysol blinds inside deck saloon windows. Oceanair Skyscreen blinds with integral mosquito mesh to accommodation overhead hatches.
Chelsea (#90625) 4½” barometer and (#90033) 4½” clock.
FORWARD DOUBLE CABIN
Consists of a double V-berth in the bows with infill piece and cushion.
Teak berth sides. Under berth stowage accessed through the berth bottoms.
Hanging locker and bevelled edge mirror on inside face of door.
PORT FORWARD TWIN CABIN
Twin cabin with upper and lower berths. Berth sides in teak.
Clothes and hanging locker. Additional locker at head of berth.
Bevelled edge mirror on inside face of hanging locker door.
FORWARD SHARED HEAD/SHOWER
Starboard forward head compartment shared by both forward cabins.
Incorporating a toilet with emergency seawater changeover and non-return valve, washbasin and curtained shower area.
Countertop in ‘Adobe Brown C1-1700’ satin finish Avonite.
Stowage lockers and bevelled edge mirror.
Sole in Esthec ‘teak’ planking with black caulking lines.
The deck saloon is extremely light and airy with seven windows, the forward outboard pair of which open. A feature opening hullport each side allows visual contact with the outside whilst seated and contributes to the great feeling of space and light in the saloon.
Featuring an L-shaped settee area and table on the port side. This settee forms a useful sea berth, when used with the lee cloth provided.
Two-seater settee to starboard and stowage for glasses in locker forward of this.
The saloon table has a matching fold over leaf, supported by a removable strut to allow both sides of the saloon seating to be used for dining.
In its closed position, the saloon table is designed to form an occasional table, which is mounted on a substantial pedestal base, with incorporated wine bottle stowage.
Stainless steel bookshelf, top of navigation station organizer, and drinks holders.
Access to the saloon from the companionway is via a removable set of timber steps, which are shaped and fitted with stainless steel grabrails.
Splendide WDC 7100XC (120V/60Hz) washer/dryer in forward starboard locker with removal side panel.
At the aft starboard end of the saloon the chart table is customised around the flush-mounted electronics and navigation equipment in a vertical teak fascia.
Within the chart table beneath a hinged lifting lid (supported by a stainless steel stay) there is provision for stowage of several Admiralty size, half-folded charts. A drawer below provides additional stowage.
Bookshelf with stainless steel rail for navigational books and almanacs.
AC and DC electrical panel located behind the navigator's seat.
A door inboard of the navigator’s seat, under the cockpit, gives access to an oilskin hanging locker, provided with six hooks and draining to the bilge. Through a removable panel in it there is access into the engine compartment.
Situated to port the galley has a practical layout combined with excellent storage space.
Rubbish bin/trashcan fitted inside locker door forward of the cooker.
Customised stowage for crockery.
Soap dispenser mounted at forward inboard corner of larger sink.
Seagull water filter system on galley cold water supply with separate tap/faucet at smaller sink.
Spice racks on back of locker door, inboard aft of sink.
Twin stainless steel sinks that discharge directly overboard via a pump through a seacock.
Gimballed GN Espace OceanChef cooker/stove in stainless steel with 4-burners, grill and oven, all protected by a flame failure gas cut-off device and incorporating an electronic ignition system.
Fiddle rail incorporating a pair of adjustable clamping pan holders fitted around the top of the cooker/stove.
Harbour lock and cooker/stove crash bar.
Panasonic NN-SN686S (1200W) microwave oven in galley locker.
Stainless steel ‘larder’ front opening refrigerator fitted with shelves and cooled by a 12V Frigomatic keel-cooled compressor.
Frigoboat K35 (12V) DC keel-cooled compressor and evaporator plate cooling system to top opening freezer.
The engine is located centrally under the cockpit and galley sinks.
The engine room is insulated with a composite of foam and high density polymer sound absorbing materials.
Access for inspection and maintenance is via two large hinged doors to starboard, one inboard of the chart table and another inboard of the owner’s heads compartment. In addition, to port there are two removable panels beneath the galley sinks and one in owner’s cabin. These doors/panels are all fitted with rubber sealing strips to minimise noise and are secured by flushing fitting closers with fold down handles.
Service light and extractor fan, switched at DC electrical panel.
Featuring a centreline double berth with headboard and two drawers under forward end of berth. Teak berth surround.
Cedar lined hanging locker with hinge down aft panels underneath.
Additional hanging locker and storage cabinet.
Cabinet on starboard side, plus ample drawer and locker space.
Bevelled edge mirror on inside face of port side hanging locker door.
Twin hullports provide light.
Access to starboard en suite head compartment.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER
Incorporating a toilet, washbasin and shower stall with bi-fold perspex door.
Countertop in ‘Black Ice K3-7100’ gloss finish Avonite.
Stowage lockers and bevelled edge mirror.
Locker door in vertical face of joinery outboard of toilet, and hinged lid over void under hullport shelf, to access space under.
Sole in Esthec ‘teak’ planking with black caulking lines.
AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS
Fusion MS-UD750 marine entertainment system with FM tuner, built-in Bluetooth, universal docking station and 4CH amplifier. Auxiliary input connected to PC audio output, and Raymarine Sirius. Zone 1/2 wired to saloon speakers. Zone 3 wired to cockpit speakers. Wireless control via ‘Fusion Link App’ for Apple devices (downloaded from App Store). Connection to Sirius module.
Fusion Sirius SXV200B SRS-3 satellite radio receiver with antenna, combined to allow receiver to share Raymarine Sirius antenna.
JL Audio C5-650X 165mm coaxial speaker with external crossover – four speakers in total.
Fusion MS-NRX200i waterproof remote control for cockpit stereo mounted on pedestal.
Fusion MS-AM702 2CH zone amplifier connected to Zone 3 on saloon head unit.
Fusion MS-FR6021 6” waterproof speakers connected to Fusion head unit, Zone 3 speaker output.
Surface mounted speakers in cockpit coaming, either side of helm position.
AG Neovo SX-17 Plus ‘Black’ 17” LCD display connected to PC DVI output.
Nexcom NISE-3600E mini PC with Intel i5 chip, 240GB SSD, 8GB RAM and Windows 7 (Professional) operating system. DC powered with remote panel containing 2 x USB 2.0 sockets and a power button. CD/DVD drive (portable USB model).
Logitech Unifying wireless keyboard and mouse, including spare wired keyboard and mouse.
StarTech USB 3.0 7-port hub, DC powered.
Victron Orion (12VDC-12VDC) 12V DC filtered power supply for PC components.
Inventica YachtSpot 4G (US version) wireless client 400mW wireless card and router. Provides connection to shore hotspots and also 3G/4G data networks.
Comrod AP21 mast mounted Wi-Fi/4G cellular antenna with LMR coaxial cable assembly, plus combiner to allow one antenna to connect to Wi-Fi card and 4G modem.
CISCO SG100D-08 DC powered 8-port gigabit ethernet switch.
CISCO WAP371 Wi-Fi access point. Simultaneous dual band, which allows portable devices to access 4G data, shore Wi-Fi data and PC shared files.
MaxSea ‘TIMEZERO’ Navigator navigation software with MapMedia Wide chart.
MaxSea routing module – smart routing (including polar and weather data).
Actisense NGT-1-USB – NMEA 2000 to USB data converter – provides instrument data to PC.
Microsoft Office (Business and Home 2013) software.
Yanmar 4JH4-TE, 4-cylinder, 75Hp (55kW) at 3200rpm turbocharged diesel engine with shaft drive gearbox.
Changeover system for Racor filters.
Approximately 2,801 at May 2019.
3-bladed (19”) Brunton Varifold propeller.
Ambassador rope cutter on shaft.
Propspeed foul release coating.
80A/12V engine alternator.
Balmar AT-DF4-200 (200A) domestic alternator with Max Charge regulator.
Northern Lights P673-L3.3 (110V/60Hz) 6kW marine diesel generator – 1800rpm 3-cylinder. New in July 2019. Custom acoustical generator cover.
0 at July 2019.
Electric Sleipner SE100 tunnel bowthruster.
Angled plinth under bowthruster control.
Whitlock cable system.
Cruisair reverse cycle air conditioning system, comprising of:
1 x 16,000 BTU unit in saloon.
1 x 12,000 BTU unit in aft cabin.
1 x 10,000 BTU unit in forward cabin with duct to forward side cabin.
Giving a total of 38,000 BTUs at 60 cycles.
Cruisair soft touch controllers at each unit.
Seafresh 204A (110V/60Hz) AC watermaker (approximately 72 litres per hour) complete with product gauge.
Seafresh automatic freshwater backflush with dedicated pump for watermaker.
750 litres approximately (165 Imp gallons/198 US gallons) in one GRP tank.
650 litres approximately (143 Imp gallons/172 US gallons) in one GRP tank.
TANK TENDER GAUGES
Tank gauge system linked to all tanks, enabling fuel and water levels in each tank to be maintained.
Backup calibrated dipsticks and calibration chart.
From an insulated approximately 50 litres (11 Imp gallons/13 US gallons) tank heated by the engine’s heat exchanger, or by thermostatically-controlled 110V, 1.25kW immersion heater element powered by the generator.
PRESSURISED HOT AND COLD FRESHWATER SYSTEM
Pressurised hot and cold freshwater system based on a high capacity water pump with PEX/PBT pipework and fittings.
Two plastic (Polyethylene) toilet holding tanks for each heads. Each tank is configured for gravity discharge with additional ability to pump out from deck.
Tanks are fitted with electric capacity gauges.
Each heads compartment is fitted with an electric Whale Gulper pump which is operated by a waterproof rocker switch and evacuates water from the washbasin and shower directly overboard.
The galley sinks discharge with an electric Whale Gulper pump, which is operated by a Vimar rocker switch.
110V AC ring main with five 110V double outlet sockets located as appropriate within the layout. Sockets are from the Vimar ‘Idea’ range with chrome ‘Classica’ surrounds.
Extra 110V sockets – 1 x single socket in aft heads, 1 x double socket in saloon and 1 x triple socket in galley.
OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS
Waterproof socket on deck for Shakespeare antenna.
12V waterproof socket at steering pedestal.
Dri-plug type socket mounted high up on aft face of cockpit coaming for solar panels.
Double water-resistant socket in lazarette, high up on forward bulkhead that can be reached from deck.
Heavy-duty SMS-AGM 220 deep-cycle batteries provide approximately 1000Ah+ for the domestic supply.
Separate 95Ah (800 CCA) 12V battery devoted to engine starting.
Two separate 12V batteries devoted to bow thrusters.
All batteries are positively secured against inversion in the case of a knockdown.
Batteries are charged by the engine's 12V/80A alternator via a Mastervolt Battery
Mate diode isolator.
Mastervolt MASS (12V/2500W/100A) 120V charger.
In addition to alternator charging the batteries can be charged by a Mastervolt 110V
MasterView Easy control panel with MasterView software on ship’s computer.
Safety ‘kill switch’ mounted at the steering pedestal to allow isolation of powered deck gear, in the event of an emergency.
Emergency link between engine start batteries and domestic batteries.
Mastervolt MASS Combi 12V/2500-100 (120V) charger/inverter with temperature sensor and combi control panel.
50A dockside power cable – 3-core double insulated PVC 18m (60’) in length.
Hubbell socket in transom.
Isolation transformer with soft start to reduce chances of galvanic corrosion when connected to shorepower, as well as option for 220V Mediterranean shore connection.
LED overhead lights.
Extra ‘Red’ LED overhead lights to both forward cabins and forward head, saloon, chart table, galley, aft cabin and aft head.
Reading lights in stainless steel with white ceramic shades.
Flexible chart light.
‘Warm White’ LED strip lights fitted in recesses formed by carlin rail, port and starboard – switched together.
Automatic refrigerator door light.
LED engine room light.
Red ‘courtesy’ footlights at deck saloon steps with dedicated switch.
Dimmers in owner’s stateroom and saloon.
LED boom light – switched at helm.
LED Lopolight navigation light on bow pulpit.
LED Lopolight navigation light mounted on transom.
LED Lopolight steaming light.
Hella Mega Beam LED deck floodlight.
Lopolight 200-007S LED tri-white light with strobe at masthead, switched at DC panel only.
Binnacle mounted SIRS Major 150mm (6”) steering compass fitted with dimmable lighting and stainless steel crash guard.
Raymarine i70 units, supported data views include: wind, speed, depth, tri-data and navigation integrated with the chart plotter.
Each i70 multifunction unit is able to display: water depth, deep/shallow alarm, course, course over ground, sea temperature, current boat speed, speed over ground, average speed, trip log, total log, apparent/true wind speed and apparent/true wind direction.
3 x Raymarine i70 displays - speed, depth and analogue wind.
1 x Raymarine e125 multifunction HybridTouch display in navpod, mounted on stainless steel grabrail.
1 x Raymarine i70 display.
Additional 1 x p70 control head.
1 x Raymarine gS165 glass bridge display, complete with gS RMK-9 remote keypad and RCR-2 micro SD card reader.
Raymarine c95 chart plotter with built-in 50-channel Global Positioning System (GPS) interfaced to the automatic pilot, at chart table. This unit also repeats sailing instrument information. Wireless connectivity via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. GPS antenna mounted on the pushpit.
Echomax Active-XS-Dual Band Radar Target Enhancer (RTE).
Raymarine 4kW 24” HD colour Radome.
Raymarine AIS650 Class B transceiver and GPS.
GPS antenna on superstructure over aft cabin.
Raymarine Evolution automatic pilot with Type 2 long 12V linear drive unit, coupled to an SPX-30 12V course computer and p70 automatic pilot control head fitted at the pedestal, plus additional p70 control head at chart table. This unit is installed quite independently of the main steering system and affords a back-up to that system. Autopilot control on angled plastic plinth, so can be easily seen when seated.
Windex at masthead.
Raymarine Sirius marine weather receiver with antenna mounted on deck aft.
Raymarine Ray 240E Class D-DSC VHF radio-telephone with masthead antenna.
Second station Raymarine Ray 260 VHF radio (US version) with speaker in cockpit.
Icom I-CM802 SSB radio, including ATU 130 – US Type approved.
DSC antenna on spreader.
Wide copper strip from chart table to lazarette and twin large ground plates as SSB earth.
Iridium Extreme satellite phone (built-in and portable kit) with antenna mounted on deck over aft cable.
Sailor Fleet 150 BGAN satellite telephone with voice/data communication system – antenna on spreader. Data rate 150KBPS maximum.
10m antenna cable.
Sailor FB-BKT FB150 antenna bracket.
Sailor RG223 25m antenna cable.
Beam PotsDOCK 9575 docking station for Iridium Extreme with pushpit/deck mounted external Iridium/GPS antenna, 12m coaxial cable, slave handset and USB data link to PC. External GPS connected to handset.
AG Neovo SX-17 Plus ‘Black’ 17” LCD display.
Nexcom NISE-3600E mini PC with Intel i5 chip, 240GB SSD, 8GB RAM and Windows 7 (Professional) operating system.
Logitech Unifying wireless keyboard and mouse, plus spare wired keyboard and mouse.
Viking RescYou Pro UKSL 8-person float free liferaft. Next service date due September 2019.
Hammer hydrostatic release fitted to liferaft stowage.
GlobalFix iPRO 406MHz GPS EPIRB.
Echomax 230 radar reflector on mast.
Rule 2000 electric bilge pump with Rule Eco air switch.
Whale Gusher 10 Mk III manual bilge pump.
Second manual operation Whale Gusher 10 Mk III bilge pump (17 US gallons per minute) located in saloon.
Each bilge pump is fitted with a Whale type filtered strum box.
Ocean Safety horseshoe buoy printed with name and hailing port, plus light, drogue and bracket.
Two SOS Danbuoy fabricated stainless steel cages in 1” polished flat bar for store cages.
Three SOS marine Danbuoys with inflatable pole.
Folding padeyes in cockpit for safety harness attachment.
Webbing jackstays (including five webbing lines and 8 padeyes).
Various including automatic fire extinguisher with remote indicator light in engine bay.
Fire extinguishers in lazarette, under navigation station, and in each cabin (five total).
Fire blanket in galley and saloon.
Nest smoke and carbon dioxide detectors.
High level bilge alarm.
OTHER SAFETY FEATURES
Hailer horn speaker.
2017 Highfield Hypalon CL340 tender with FCT console and Honda BF20SRTU outboard motor, complete with electric start, isolator switch battery box, steering helm seat, 4-point lifting bridle with padeyes installed in deck, navigation lights, anchor with rode, and grappling hook with rode. Racor filter set up in stern.
WARPS AND FENDERS
4 x large heavy-duty fenders with lines attached.
5 x large heavy-duty AERÉ inflatable 12” x 42” fenders with lines attached.
2 x 122m (400’) Dyneema 8mm shore lines.
Miscellaneous Dyneema 10mm shore strops with chafe gear.
Oyster customised Robert Welch stainless steel cutlery.
HEYCO MARINE TOOL KIT
Heyco marine tool kit in sealed box with stowage provided.
2 x Solbian SP100L flexible solar panels, mounted on a sheet of WeatherMax ‘Taupe’ acrylic fitted with eyelets and zips, in order to stow flat under forward berths when not required.
ASSORTED TOOLS, SPARES AND MANUALS
Oyster World Rally worldwide paper charts in plastic sleeves (list available).
Oyster World Rally cruising guides and courtesy flags.
World Class spare parts for rig, boat, engine and systems, tender, etc. all in waterproof bags or plastic boxes (list available).
Adventure 100 and 2000 medical kit bags.
Offshore flare kit.
8 x Type I PFDs.
6 x Spinlock deck vests with personal AIS and tethers.
Steiner Commander binoculars with compass.
2 x Vexilar handheld depth finders.
ACR EPIRB Global Fix iPro 406.
Fully equipped ditch bag with reverse osmosis declinator.
Hydraulically actuated jaw cutter for rig cut away.
Sail repair and collision kits.
25 gallon fuel bladder and discharge system for extremely long ocean passages and remote locations.
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 verified by the owner.
NB: Name ‘Altair’ to be retained by the Vendor.
Issue 1 (GE/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
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.