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The Oyster 575 was designed by Rob Humphreys and the Oyster Design Team to replace the Oyster 56, which had been our most popular model with 75 launched. Built on owners feedback on the 56, the 575 was designed and engineered as a direct replacement – a long range, ocean going, bluewater cruiser and live aboard, which can be easily handled by a couple.
Overall the 575 is a little longer than the 56, with a longer waterline length, deeper keel, increased sail area and fuel tankage. She feels like a ‘bigger’ yacht, with more headroom and a beam that is carried further aft, enhancing off wind performance and allowing a more spacious owner’s stateroom. The biggest upgrade, though, was reserved for the cockpit, which now features twin wheels, a centreline walkway aft, and distinct working and relaxing areas.
Oyster’s fifth generation deck saloon design gives the 575 an attractive profile at sea. She is well mannered and reassuring, comfortable in all conditions, and with a turn of speed that will keep the most demanding helmsman fully engaged. The first 575 was launched in 2010, and the last one, the 44th to be built, was launched in 2019. The 575 is a proven circumnavigator and consummate ocean cruiser and has only left the Oyster line up recently to be replaced by the new Oyster 565.
Stunning example of a lightly used 575 with shoal draft keel, in-mast hydraulic furling and vinyl wrapped hull.
A composite construction, moulded using a combination of vinylester and polyester resin with the outer topside finish in a white special NPG gelcoat. Laminate material comprises a combination of E-Glass, Kevlar and Carbon Fibre.
The topside laminate incorporates a high-tech, balsa-cored, E-Glass/Carbon sandwich above the waterline, for additional strength, stiffness and insulation.
Below the waterline, the hull features a monolithic (single-skin) composite laminate, with an Aramid/Kevlar layer, reinforced with a matrix of stringers and floors. Combined with BS1088 standard marine-ply structural bulkheads, this produces a robust structure, with excellent strength to weight qualities and proven longevity.
Additional reinforcements are included in the way of the keel recess, the keel longitudinals, mast bulkhead, P-bracket, forestay and hull stringers. Limber holes and/or tubes are installed at appropriate points.
Stringers, bulkhead landings and floors are formed over a non-structural, inert, polyurethane foam.
White hull with cove line and double boot top lines in standard Oyster blue.
Hull vinyl wrapped in RAL 1019 ‘Grey Beige.’
Moulded in GRP with balsa core.
Oyster 575 deck styling sets new industry standards, with modern flowing lines providing sleek looks inside and out, whilst maintaining the Oyster trademark and reputation for a light and airy deck saloon.
Teak laid decks.
The deck edge incorporates a bulwark, which facilitates relatively flat side decks. The top of this bulwark has a clean GRP finish, giving a modern and stylish ‘rolled’ edge, enhancing the yacht’s visual appearance with a graceful sheer line.
High performance bulb (HPB) external lead shoal keel.
Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.
‘Sugar scoop’ transom design incorporating a platform instep, which is especially useful for bathing and boarding, and is trimmed with laid teak. Two stainless steel steps with teak tread inserts and hand cut outs are fixed on transom for access to the stern deck.
Additional stainless steel handles on transom.
Fold-down stainless steel bathing/boarding ladder with oval rungs, fitted with a lanyard and retaining pin for retrieval/stowage.
Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean.
2. DECK LAYOUT AND EQUIPMENT
Upgrade to 100lb Manson Supreme anchor, with 100m of 12mm calibrated chain.
Recessed locker within the foredeck for anchor chain stowage, fitted with hinged lids and a stainless steel, clamp-type locking device.
Partitioned anchor locker with kedge anchor stowage.
Lewmar V4 vertical capstan type (24V) electric anchor windlass, two-way and operated by adjacent stainless steel foot switches.
Lewmar AA560 remote windlass control at port pedestal with chain counter.
Pair of gateway stanchions and side gates for boarding.
Side boarding ladder to both side gates with leather protection.
Stainless steel threshold plates at side gates and stern gate.
Gate to pushpit.
Stainless steel hinged ladder on bathing platform, with oval treads.
Oyster custom drop-down, tinted acrylic, vertical sliding washboard system to companionway.
Flush deck hatches.
Gebo alloy-framed opening portlights.
Alloy-framed, custom-made deck saloon windows in toughened/laminated, smoked glass - two outboard forward windows open.
Falcon Cub fixed, non-opening hullports.
Additional portlight from aft starboard workshop/cabin to cockpit, with flyscreen and curtain.
All canvaswork in WeatherMax ‘Sandstone’ acrylic (unless otherwise stated):
Large acrylic fold-down companionway sprayhood with leather covered stainless steel grab rail to aft end. The hood incorporates see-through panels in its forward portion. Canvas cover attaching to sprayhood to aft of helm seats with battens to support it (for use when boat is left unoccupied).
Cockpit table cover with mesh storage pockets and two velcro opening flaps to allow access to the insulated box.
Cockpit and helm seat cushions in Sunbrella ‘Dune’ acrylic with ‘Marine Blue’ piping.
Hot and cold freshwater deck shower in transom locker.
Ultra 7 saltwater anchor/deck wash pump in bow, including hose.
Walk-through teak-laid cockpit, self-draining through outlets.
Engine instrument panel fitted into recess with protective acrylic cover. Instrument repeaters installed on dark acrylic panel mounted on GRP console integral to the companionway hatch garage.
Twin cockpit steering positions.
Each helm seat has an upholstered backrest, fitted to a strong stainless steel frame. Under each helm seat is a locker with hinged GRP lid.
Between the two helm seats a central walkway and steps aft allow easy access into and out of the cockpit, to and from the yacht’s stern deck.
Pair of waterproof stereo loudspeakers.
Stowage bins fitted either side of the companionway.
Stainless steel double drinks holders - one below each of the two pedestal lecterns and one on each side of companionway.
Gloss varnished, teak-topped cockpit table, permanently installed in a robust stainless steel frame, with two hinged lids that give access to a GRP insulated box, refrigerated via a Frigomatic 24V (keel-cooled) refrigeration unit.
Twin Oyster custom-designed lectern-style pedestal tops with grey-faced instrument panels, mounted on a GRP base.
Each pedestal incorporates a permanently engaged 1.02m (40”) diameter stainless steel steering wheel with friction brake. Wheel rims covered with brown suede leather, which extends to partially cover the spokes.
Outboard bracket for maximum weight of 40kg.
Cooney S225 Tall electric davits (225kg maximum total load) complete with belly bands, stainless steel ratchet straps, and dinghy locator kit.
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit.
Stainless steel C-Quip ‘AQ 300’ folding cleats for mooring.
Stainless steel cockpit cleats.
Six GRP dorade boxes with stainless steel cowls (aft units under deck). Stainless steel guard rails over the four forward units, plus additional pair for aft units.
Genoa car system upgraded to towable type, including turning block and clutch on cockpit coaming.
Sun deck forward of the coachroof.
Stainless steel grab rails to deck saloon roof top.
Stainless steel upholstered backrest rails fitted at helm positions.
Large full-width lazarette locker with twin stainless steel gas struts fitted to lid. Folding step within the lazarette for easy access.
Two GRP cockpit coaming lockers for storing small items - one under and outboard of each pedestal facing aft.
Life raft storage built into pushpit on starboard side.
Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.
Gas locker for two bottles.
3.RIG AND SAIL HANDLING
MAST AND RIGGING
By Formula Masts.
Sloop rig with in-mast hydraulic furling, and all associated hardware and fittings.
Formula 3-spreader, keel-stepped, white painted mast. Upgraded to Formula Stoway hydraulic drive.
Boom fitted with internal mainsail clew outhaul.
Formula spreaders and fittings for discontinuous wire rigging.
Hydraulic reversing outhaul cylinder in boom with manual bypass valve.
Conduit for masthead instrument wiring. Extra conduit to masthead for TV antenna and cell phone aerials.
Mast gaiter cover to match colour of sprayhood.
Navtec 2-function remote control panel in cockpit for manually operated hydraulic backstay and vang.
Status omni-directional TV/FM radio antenna aerial mounted at masthead.
Reckmann hydraulic furling on headstay.
Repeater for headsail furling buttons at each pedestal.
By Lewmar - chrome, self-tailing type.
2 x 68 CHST two speed, hydraulic primary winches.
2 x 58 CST two speed, manual secondary winches.
1 x 54 CHST two speed, hydraulic mainsheet winch.
2 x 50 CST two speed, manual mainsail and genoa halyard winches.
1 x 30 CST single speed, manual mainsheet traveller control line winch.
Set up for possible retrofit package with spinnaker pole track (no pole), pad (only) for butt hoist winch, one halyard block, halyard and clutch. Spinnaker sheet chainplates and guy chainplates (only). No foreguy pad eyes, blocks or clutches. No sheets or guys.
Set up for retrofit storm jib package with tang and sheave box (no clutch) on mast, chainplate and double Wichard deck fitting only.
By Dolphin Sails - constructed using a Pentex Cruise laminate to a tri-radial design.
Furling #1 genoa - approximately 137% with foam luff and white acrylic UV sacrificial stripes.
Sailkote treatment to mainsail and genoa.
Acrylic mainsail cover over boom, colour to match sprayhood.
Sails washed winter 2021.
Seven berths in four cabins, excluding the saloon, and two heads/showers. All berths are sea berths and have fitted Dacron lee screens with lanyards to through-bolted eyes.
Interior joinery finished in maple, based upon the Oyster 575 upgraded interior 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 solid ‘framed’ styled doors with laid veneers and soft close door seals. All drawers have metal runners, which give extremely smooth operation.
Cabin sole in walnut, random plank effect, with walnut margins. Owner’s aft cabin and two forward guest cabins have painted regular marine ply, covered with a removable edged carpet from the Bridge Flooring, Stone Fibre Collection.
Head compartments incorporate a rectangular moulded washbasin set into a flat solid, satin-finished ‘Palm Desert’ Avonite surface. Hansgrohe quality mixer taps and shower controls are installed, together with matching towel rail, toothbrush tumbler, soap dispenser and toilet roll holder. Showers are separated from toilet areas by a hinged door.
Galley horizontal work surfaces are finished in ‘Palm Desert’ satin finish Avonite with upstand surrounds, and incorporate routered draining grooves adjacent to the sink, plus stainless steel rod inserts for hot pans.
Headlining in off-white vinyl.
Removable padded, foam-backed headlining vinyl mast cover with velcro fastening, within saloon.
Saloon table cover in foam-backed headlining vinyl.
Hanging lockers lined with cedar wood ply panels. Lockers fitted with shelves and fiddles, as appropriate.
Upholstery to saloon, forward and aft double cabins seating, berth surrounds and headboards in ‘Sky Blue’ Alcantara. Upholstered kick panel below saloon settee fronts.
Berth mattress covers are fitted with a zippered side opening and rot-resistant vinyl on the underside, enveloping a high quality composite foam mattress, profiled for ventilation.
Six saloon scatter cushions.
Oceanair blinds to windows in all cabins and saloon hullports.
Oceanair Skysol blinds inside deck saloon windows.
Oceanair skyscreen blinds with integral mosquito mesh fitted to all overhead deck hatches.
FORWARD DOUBLE CABIN
Spacious guest cabin in the bow with centreline double berth and two drawers beneath. Two lift-top bins in side shelving, a shelved clothes locker to starboard, and a hanging locker to port.
Vanity mirror fitted to hanging locker door.
Deck access via forehatch.
PORT FORWARD TWIN CABIN
Situated aft of the forecabin to port, with upper and lower berths.
Hull-side lockers for clothes, a bedside cabinet with shelved locker, and a large hanging locker with two drawers beneath. Small lockers beneath the lower berth, accessed either via removable lids in the bunk top or a drop-front locker door in the berth front.
Vanity mirror fitted on the aft bulkhead.
FORWARD SHARED HEAD/DAY HEAD
Large head compartment to starboard, shared by the forward cabins, accessed direct from the forecabin or from the passageway, incorporating a Dometic MasterFlush saltwater flush toilet, washbasin and separate shower stall.
Upper locker with a mirrored door and stowage beneath basin. Lockers for wash bag and towel stowage. Hansgrohe wall-mounted toilet brush and holder.
Heated towel rail.
Bulkheads in ‘Soft White’ Formica.
Amtico Signature Fragment ‘Comet’ flooring.
Access to the saloon from the cockpit is via timber companionway steps, finished with a non-slip coating to provide a secure foothold. Two stainless steel grab handles are fitted either side of the companionway opening. There is stowage for wet weather gear under these steps. Joinered box for fan coil under companionway steps.
The saloon is extremely light and airy with seven windows, of which two of the three forward ones open. There are six vertical fixed windows to the hull sides that give a ‘seascape’ vista whilst at anchor.
Featuring a rectangular table and large settee area to port, outboard of which is a pair of lockers and a central shelf to the vertical hull windows.
Three-seater L-shaped settee to starboard. Outboard of this and forward is a locker and central shelf to the hullport area with a flat screen TV on a motorised lift.
The saloon table has a maple border with burr walnut centre and ‘meteor shower’ with star marquetry inlay. It is designed to form, in its closed position, an occasional table, which is mounted on a very substantial pedestal incorporating a wine bottle locker in its base.
This table extends with a hinging central infill piece (stored in the pedestal top when not in use) to form a large dining table. Two director’s chairs (with appropriate storage) provide extra in-harbour seating at the table or on deck.
NAVIGATION/CHART TABLE AREA
Situated at the aft starboard end of the saloon, the chart table is customised around the flush-mounted electronics and navigation equipment, which is strategically sited and housed in a ‘Grey’ Alcantara fascia panel, and positioned for optimum viewing.
The chart table can accommodate a half-folded Admiralty chart, and there is a bookshelf aft of this for a nautical almanac and pilot books.
There are two drawers beneath the chart table and one below the aft starboard end of the settee. A stainless steel stay is fitted on the chart table lid.
Blue backlit AC and DC electrical panels located behind navigator’s seat, fitted with hinged acrylic doors to protect switches from being accidentally operated.
Located to port of the cockpit in the passageway to the aft cabin, where removable panels give access to the engine compartment. Above the sink is an opening portlight that provides fresh air and natural daylight from the cockpit.
Inboard galley lower unit with shelved locker at forward end.
Sliding rubbish bin system fitted with top access via the work surface.
Stowage for crockery and glasses, drawers for cutlery and kitchen utensils.
Above worktop level there are two tiers of upper lockers, fore and aft either side of the cooker, including a large pantry locker at the aft end, fitted with shelves and baskets, giving an exceptional capacity for food storage.
Outboard of the cooker, below the hull port, is a small stowage shelf with stainless steel retaining bar.
GN Espace Gastronorm stainless steel sink with drainer, sized to take the oven baking trays.
Gimballed Force 10 cooker in stainless steel with 5-burners, grill and oven, all protected by a flame failure gas cut-off device. The cooker incorporates an electronic ignition system for all functions.
Heavy gauge fiddle rail fitted around top of cooker, which incorporates a pair of adjustable clamping pan-holders. Harbour lock and cooker crash bar.
For additional safety an electric gas solenoid valve controls the gas flow from the bottle and is operated remotely by an illuminated rocker switch near the cooker.
Fire blanket fitted above inboard counter.
Stainless steel 900W Panasonic combined microwave oven/grill.
Frigomatic 24V (keel-cooled) front-opening stainless steel refrigerator with stainless steel shelves and retainer bars, bottle stowage on inside door, and automatic door light.
Two Frigomatic W50 compressors with integrated plate for (water-cooled) stainless steel front-opening freezer box.
Insulated with a composite of foam and high density polymer sound absorbing materials, the engine room access is via a door within the starboard aft cabin/workshop or via removable panels beneath the galley sinks to port.
Access panels are fitted with rubber sealing strips to minimise noise and secured by positive catches.
Two shelves above engine separator, and one shelf above generator separator made of coated wire mesh.
Four hooks on inside of engine room doors with shaped wire mesh guard over belts.
24V lighting and 24V extractor fan.
STARBOARD AFT CABIN/WORKSHOP
Aft of the saloon on the starboard side, the aft cabin is designed as a workshop, featuring an upper single berth above the lift-up workbench top, with excellent stowage drawers and locker beneath.
Locker on shower bulkhead for Racors with stainless steel drip tray.
Configured with a double berth offset from centreline, complete with twin drawers beneath. Abundant drawer and locker space.
Settee to starboard, a locker adjacent to the berth and a locker outboard.
Large hanging locker and additional stowage to port. Bevelled mirror to hanging locker door.
Locker outboard and aft to port.
Forward beneath the cockpit is a vanity unit, drawers and lockers.
Access to the aft toilet and shower compartment to starboard.
Door to port leads through to galley.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER
Incorporating a Dometic MasterFlush electric freshwater flush toilet, washbasin, and separate shower stall.
Featuring an opening portlight to allow fresh air and natural light in from the cockpit.
Locker beneath washbasin and mirrored locker above. Lockers for wash bag and towel stowage.
Heated towel rail.
Hansgrohe wall-mounted toilet brush and holder.
Bulkheads in ‘Soft White’ Formica.
Amtico Signature Fragment ‘Comet’ flooring.
AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS
Stereo FM radio/CD player with iPod and iPhone connectivity.
Twin loudspeakers in the deck saloon headlining and fader control to switch from saloon to the two waterproof cockpit loudspeakers.
Lift-up flat screen TV.
Two waterproof loudspeakers.
Volvo Penta D3-150 5-cylinder, common rail injection turbo diesel engine (110kW/150hp at 3,000RPM).
It is one of the few modern marine engines meeting both the EURCD and the USA EPA Tier 3 emissions requirements.
Full service winter 2021.
Approximately 980 - to be confirmed.
4-bladed folding Brunton Varifold propeller.
Propspeed foul-release coating to protect propeller and shaft.
Ambassador rope cutter on shaft.
The engine is fitted with twin alternators.
One 12V alternator to charge the engine start batteries.
The second unit is a Mastervolt 110A/24V alternator that charges the domestic batteries via a Mastervolt Alpha-Pro 3-stage regulator.
Onan 11kW (220V/50Hz) generator.
To be confirmed.
Sleipner electric S-link proportional bow thruster. 24V DC electric power comes from dedicated thruster batteries.
Sleipner electric retracting stern thruster with dedicated battery bank.
Whitlock Constellation cable and Mamba torque rod system.
Lewmar 400-4 (twin-motor) Commander system to operate mainsail furling, mainsail outhaul, headsail furling, and mainsheet winch, plus additional two functions for both primary winches.
220V Cruisair dual-cycle air conditioning system, comprising of:
2 x 12,000 BTU units in saloon.
1 x 12,000 BTU unit in aft cabin.
1 x 12,000 BTU unit in forward cabin, with duct to forward port cabin.
Giving a total of 48,000 BTUs.
Diesel central heating system.
7.TANKAGE AND PLUMBING
1,300 litres approximately (308 Imp gallons/370 US gallons) in two GRP tanks. One 950 litres (209 Imp gallons/251 US gallons) tank installed under the deck saloon floor and one 350 litres (77 Imp gallons/92 US gallons) tank installed under the forward cabin sole.
Racor fuel filter and water separator installed within a special locker in the starboard aft cabin/workshop.
Parallel plumbed engine and generator set Racors, so both can run off a single unit, with stainless steel drip tray.
950 litres approximately (209 Imp gallons/251 US gallons) in a GRP tank under the deck saloon floor.
TANK TENDER GAUGES
Offshore Instruments tank gauge system linked to all tanks, enabling fuel and water levels in each tank to be monitored.
Backup calibrated dipsticks, and calibration chart.
From an insulated approximately 73 litre (16 Imp gallons/19 US gallons) tank heated by the engine’s heat exchanger, or by thermostatically-controlled 220V, 1.25kW immersion heater element powered by the generator or dockside power.
Thermostatic safety blender valve and expansion tank.
PRESSURISED HOT AND COLD WATER SYSTEM
Hot and cold pressurised freshwater system based on a high capacity water pump with PEX/PBT pipework and fittings.
Two plastic (Polyethylene) toilet holding tanks installed for each head and plumbed for gravity discharge, with additional ability to pump out from deck using a shore station.
Tanks fitted with electric capacity gauges.
Showers and washbasins discharge into two sump tanks, one forward and one aft, which then evacuate via a dedicated electric Whale ‘Gulper’ pump directly overboard.
The galley sink also empties via an electric Whale ‘Gulper’ pump.
These three pumps are each operated by Vimar rocker switches.
Manifold for seawater inlets to reduce through-hull fittings.
Mains 230V AC circuit with six double 13A, 3-pin outlet sockets located as appropriate within the layout.
Units are from the Vimar ‘Idea’ range with chrome ‘Classica’ surrounds.
OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS
12V waterproof socket, including dropper (10A maximum) at pedestal for halogen spotlight.
12V cigar lighter type socket at chart table (sharing dropper with above, total draw 10A maximum).
Domestic: 24V bank of 8 x 6V, 20-hour rated (480Ah) Trojan heavy-duty, ‘deep cycle’ type batteries.
Engine start: Separate 95Ah (800 CCA) 12V battery devoted to engine starting, charged by the engine alternator.
Bow thruster: Bank of AGM 23V dedicated thruster batteries charged via Mastervolt Magic 20A chargers.
All batteries are positively secured against inversion in case of a knockdown.
Charging of the domestic supply batteries from the engine is via a Mastervolt 110A, 24V alternator with Mastervolt Alpha Pro regulator and the Mastervolt ChargeMaster 24V, 100A battery charger.
In addition, the battery charger can also charge the batteries when powered by 220V received either via shore power, or via the auxiliary AC diesel generator.
MasterView Easy control panel.
Engine start to generator start battery 12V ‘emergency link.’
Safety ‘kill switch’ mounted at steering pedestal to allow isolation of powered deck gear, in the event of an emergency.
220V Mastervolt 24/2500 MASS inverter.
32A dockside power cable, 3-core double insulated PVC, 18m (60’) in length. Dockside end of cable fitted with 3-pin, 32A plug.
Hubbell socket in aft deck locker.
LED overhead lights.
Cabin Minor ‘Luz’ reading lights in owner’s cabin.
LED strip lights over outboard galley work surfaces.
LED engine room lights.
Flexible LED chart table light.
Automatic refrigerator door light.
Set of concealed LED rope lights in the saloon/galley headlinings, and at chart table fascia.
Under-mounted LED strip lighting to saloon seat fronts.
‘Red’ LED courtesy footlights at deck saloon steps.
Under-mounted ‘Red’ strip light at chart table panel.
Dimmers to saloon and galley lighting circuits.
Timage ‘White’ LED courtesy lighting in guest cockpit, helm cockpit and between helm seats, lighting walk through to cockpit.
Three boom lights - one over cockpit table, one over helm seats, and one aft of the mainsheet on an angled plinth pointing towards the aft deck.
Pair of lower spreader down lights, switched at pedestal.
Aqua Signal tri-white light at masthead.
Aqua Signal steaming light.
Aqua Signal foredeck light.
Aqua Signal 41 navigation light mounted on transom.
Aqua Signal 41 bow and stern navigation lights.
9.NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION
Flush-mounted SIRS Major 150mm diameter steering compass with internal lighting and stainless steel crash bar to each pedestal top.
Raymarine i70 navigation units - supported data views include wind, speed, depth, tri-data, 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.
Flush fit Raymarine i70 speed display.
Flush fit Raymarine i70 depth display.
Flush fit Raymarine i70 analogue wind display.
Raymarine i70 multifunction display.
Raymarine i70 multifunction display.
Raymarine e125 Hybrid Touch chart plotter/radar with built-in 50-channel Global Positioning System (GPS) interfaced to the autopilot, at the chart table. This unit also repeats sailing instrument information. Wireless connectivity via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Raymarine e125 repeater mounted at starboard pedestal.
GPS antenna mounted on pushpit.
Raymarine 4kw HD Radome.
Raymarine AIS650 AIS transceiver.
Raymarine Evolution automatic pilot with twin Type 2 long 24V linear drive units, Type SPX-30 course computer and p70 autopilot control head fitted at the port pedestal. This unit is installed quite independently of the main steering system and affords a backup to that system.
Raymarine SmartController - remote wireless full-function automatic pilot control, with stowage bracket mounted at chart table.
Windex at masthead.
Raymarine Ray 260E Class D-DSC VHF radio-telephone, with masthead antenna. Second handset and speaker.
Marco loud air horn at mast, with control at port pedestal.
Ocean ISO 8-man Solas B life raft in canister, mounted on pushpit.
Echomax 230 radar reflector on mast.
Jabsco Utility 3000 Puppy electric bilge pump with Par hydro air switch (rated at 3,000 litres per hour).
Henderson MkV manual bilge pump (rated at 135 litres per minute) operated from within the cockpit.
Each bilge pump is fitted with a Whale type filtered strum box.
Additional Rule 3700 electric submersible bilge pump.
White Ocean Safety horseshoe lifebuoy with light, drogue and bracket.
Six folding 8mm Wichard pad eyes in cockpit for safety lines.
Webbing (gold) jackstays.
Four folding pad eyes (for MCA) side deck jackstays - two forward and two aft.
Various including automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay.
Fire blanket in galley.
High level bilge alarm.
OTHER SAFETY FEATURES
WARPS AND FENDERS
Warps and fenders.
Oyster customised Royal Doulton fine bone china crockery.
Oyster customised Robert Welch stainless steel cutlery.
Large Heyco marine tool kit in sealed box.
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.
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Name ‘Patrice’ to be retained by the vendor.
Inventory not verified by the owner.
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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. Buyers are advised to seek appropriate qualified advice with regard to the tax status of the vessel.
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