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The ﬁrst 565 to reach the brokerage market, Panthalassa represents an outstanding opportunity to acquire this new Oyster model without the long lead times. Panthalassa was speciﬁed with the Oyster World Rally in mind and is rigged for simple shorthanded sailing with push button hydraulic furling to her mainsail and jib. Below decks she sleeps up to six in three cabins exquisitely finished in cherry.
**Available for Co-brokerage only with prior agreement**
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Moulded in FRP from computer controlled cut female moulds, built under the close supervision of the Oyster Design and Technical Offices. Structural design is completed by Oyster’s in-house Engineering Team. The FRP lay-up specification is calculated to meet and exceed ISO12215 standards.
Structures are hand laminated under carefully controlled and monitored conditions. Mast and aft keel bulkheads are cored, vacuum infused composite construction, with other bulkheads in BS1088 marine plywood.
Hull laminated using vinylester resin. The outer topside finish is a white NPG resin gelcoat, which has excellent UV resistance and waterproofing qualities, and is suitable for use in a tropical environment.
Laminate material comprises a combination of E-glass multi-axial fabrics with unidirectional carbon fibre along the primary load-paths and in high-stress areas. This ‘custom’ laminate offers significant weight savings with strength and stiffness advantages over a traditional GRP construction. Using carefully specified unidirectional, biaxial, triaxial, and quadraxial fabrics selected to respond to localised stress requirements, the design produces a tough and weight efficient structure with higher fibre to resin ratios than a conventional laminate.
Above the waterline the topside laminate is a high-tech, cored structure in E-glass providing strength, stiffness and insulation. Below the waterline, the hull features a monolithic (single-skin) composite laminate forward of the aft keel bulkhead, reinforced with stringers and floors. Aft of the keel the hull area is a cored structure, with core replaced locally with structural in-fills for penetrations and other specific areas of structural support.
Additional reinforcements using a combination of vacuum infused L-beam girders and top hat foam cored girders are included in the way of the keel recess, the keel longitudinals, mast step area, P-bracket, and chainplates. Primary structure is constructed using unidirectional carbon fibre cappings. The transverse keel floors are biaxial E-glass web plates, carbon fibre reinforced, with structural foam core in the outboard ends.
The structure supporting the main V1 and D1 chainplates is constructed from unidirectional carbon fibre, bonded to the hull skin to give a strong and stiff structure.
Limber holes and/or tubes are installed at appropriate points. Stainless steel chains are fitted where necessary to aid the clearing of debris.
‘White’ hull with cove line and double boot top lines in ‘Oyster Blue.’
Moulded in FRP with a white gel coat finish to the cockpit and coachroof. There are resin infused glass/carbon fibre L-beams below the deck providing support to the heavily loaded parts of the structure. In load bearing areas the core is replaced with solid material for additional strength. All load bearing fittings have backing plates.
The deck sits on a return flange moulded into the hull. The flange is sealed and glued with high performance adhesive and secured with stainless steel fasteners.
The deck is a PVC foam sandwich structure for strength and insulation. Fitted with a stylish curved roof to the main saloon deck house, which combined with recessed windows, lowers the apparent outboard profile of the superstructure. Non-slip surface forward of the recessed sprayhood trough. Pair of stainless steel grab rails fitted, one each side.
The weather deck, cockpit seats, and sole areas are planked with quarter-sawn teak. This is laid using epoxy adhesive with no visible fastenings. Where appropriate locker hinges, catches and fillers are recessed into the teak planking.
Wide side decks enclosed by raised bulwark provide a good foothold when working the yacht in a seaway. Stanchions and cleats mounted on bulwark, and internal scupper drains (two per side) installed along deck edge.
High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.
Twin spade rudders fitted at a dihedral angle provide a well-balanced and reduced drag-resistance steering system. These are substantial E-glass skinned PVC foam filled blades bonded to stainless steel rudder stocks.
Two rudder stocks are mounted with top and bottom self-aligning bearing assemblies. Rudder stocks terminate at deck cover plates, which when removed allow access to the stock head for connection of the emergency tiller arm.
Fold down hydraulic transom flap with steps, which opens to provide a bathing platform for boarding from a tender or for water sports. The large bathing platform is deployed by two hydraulic cylinders powered via the ship’s hydraulic power pack, with the controls for this being mounted at the aft pulpit rail.
Self-deploying, folding steps trimmed with teak are incorporated into the transom for easy access to the stern deck.
The platform is laid with teak decking and provided with a stainless steel demountable bathing ladder with oval section treads, which drops into locating sockets. These steps stow within the lazarette locker.
Pair of fold up cleats, and two ‘bumper bar’ posts to aid docking of the ship’s tender.
Locker containing hot and cold fresh water shower with local controls.
Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean.
2. DECK LAYOUT AND EQUIPMENT
34kg galvanised CQR anchor that stows in the stemhead fitting, plus 100m of 12mm calibrated galvanised chain, matched to the windlass and fastened at its bitter end by a lanyard to a U-bolt.
25kg galvanised/dismantlable Spade S80 kedge anchor, plus 10m of 12mm chain, and 100m x 18mm Octoplait warp with hard eye and shackle to enable use as MCA tow line.
Recessed locker for anchor chain stowage within the foredeck, fitted with a hinged lid and stainless steel clamp-type locking device.
Lewmar V4 vertical capstan type, hydraulically powered anchor windlass, two-way and operated by adjacent foot switch controls. Remote windlass control switch at port pedestal.
Pair of gateway stanchions. Stainless steel threshold tread plates at side gates, and stern gate.
Pair of solid oval tube tread, fold-down boarding ladders for boarding from dockside.
Gate to pushpit.
Stainless steel drop-in ladder on the bathing platform.
2.2m Besenzoni hydraulic stainless steel retractable passerelle.
Manual sliding hatch with a gas strut assisted vertical washboard incorporating a multi-height positioning lock. The sliding hatch incorporates a security lock system.
Aft deck lazarette hatch (custom fabrication) - teak covered with pair of gas struts.
Aft deck gas locker hatch (custom fabrication) - teak covered with cord stay.
Two aft cabin hatches – Lewmar size 60 with acrylic lens and stays.
Lewmar opening portlights - one from cockpit into galley, plus another from cockpit into utility/workshop.
Twin cabin, and forward head hatches – Lewmar size 54 with acrylic lens and stays.
Forward guest cabin hatch – Lewmar size 60 with acrylic lens and stays, plus fixed acrylic skylight panel.
Sail locker hatch (custom fabricated) – teak covered with gas struts.
Anchor locker lid (custom fabricated) - teak covered (no gas struts).
PORTS, WINDOWS AND VENTS
Seven flush-look, hidden frame, deck saloon windows in toughened/laminated smoked glass. Two forward windows open. Interior frame painted in a ‘warm white’ colour.
Two long and six short, direct bonded, frameless acrylic non-opening hull ports. Forward and aft heads hull ports upgraded to opening type.
Two pairs of triple vertical direct bonded, frameless toughened/laminated glass for seascape feature windows into the saloon, plus additional pair of triple seascape windows in aft cabin.
All canvaswork in WeatherMax 80 ‘Sandstone’ acrylic (unless stated otherwise):
Large fold down sprayhood fitted over custom stainless steel hoops with leather covered stainless steel grab rail to aft end, which stows neatly into trough in the deck saloon roof. Opening central window with mesh inside windows, plus mesh pocket inside both sprayhood wings. Tenara thread.
Bimini zipped onto demountable stainless steel hoop frames to shelter both helm and guest cockpit areas that can easily be stowed away. Windows for boom light, and to view gooseneck, plus stowage bag. Zip-on mesh side panels, and aft panel. Tenara thread.
Weatherproof cockpit table cover incorporating mesh stowage pockets and fridge access flaps.
Covers for pedestals, and steering wheels.
Cover for BBQ when mounted on pushpit.
Winch and windlass covers in WeatherMax 80 ‘Sandstone’ acrylic with ‘Navy’ piping.
RIB cover (over davits) with Tenara thread. RIB seating in Perennials Ishi ‘Indigo.’
Peaked tensile awning (on topping lift) over cockpit/aft deck. Mesh sides to tensile awning, and aft panel.
Cockpit, helm, and pushpit seating, plus helm and pushpit seat backs in Perennials Ishi ‘Indigo’ with piping in Sunbrella Plus ‘Dark Navy.’
Hot and cold freshwater deck shower with local controls in transom locker. Additional freshwater outlet (from boat’s freshwater pump) in locker under starboard helm seat.
Anchor/deck wash in bow, including hose (freshwater from boat’s freshwater pump). ‘Wet Spot Plus’ water softener to anchor deck wash only.
The cockpit is split into separate guest and helming areas. Access from the accommodation below decks is via a manual sliding hatch. Either side of the companionway are two troughs for sail control jammers and which provide useful stowage for small loose items. The substantial guest cockpit is self-draining through multiple cockpit drains. A clear walkway between the steering pedestals gives easy access to the aft deck.
Pair of waterproof loudspeakers with remote control mounted on pedestal for dedicated cockpit CD/tuner head unit (the head unit is installed below decks at the chart table).
Helm positions are at custom GRP steering pedestals. Stainless steel cup holder at each helm position, plus double cup holders on each side of companionway.
Below the helm seat lids are stowage lockers, secured with locking catches. Lids are held upright by gas struts. The port helm seat locker acts as a rope stowage area for the mainsheet. Each helm seat has a wrap around, upholstered, GRP backrest moulding.
Gloss varnished teak topped table within the centre cockpit that houses a top-opening insulated cool box, refrigerated via a Frigomatic 24V (keel-cooled) dedicated refrigeration system. The table is permanently installed and has a grab handle at either end. It incorporates fold out table leaves to give a large dining table. Weatherproof table cover.
Steering is installed in two pedestals in the centre cockpit, and each one incorporates a 1.02m (40”) diameter stainless steel wheel with friction brake. Wheels are covered with ‘Grey’ suede leather, which extends to partially cover the spokes. These are linked by a torque tube and gearbox system to the tiller arms linked to the rudder stocks within the lazarette locker.
Cooney 35Zero davits (350kg safe working load per pair), complete with belly bands, and stainless steel ratchet straps. Four leather davit pads.
Flush fitted deck hatches, and jib sheets that run along the inboard edge of the side decks onto the winches at the cockpit, keep the decks clean and uncluttered.
The aft coamings have a ‘signature design feature’ with sweeping lines and a cut-away section to lead the jib sheets onto the primary winches.
Single point mainsheet system at the aft deck with lines led below deck to the mainsheet winch. Aft deck features an open space with fixed teak slatted seating within the aft pulpit.
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit.
Stainless steel Aqualine folding cleats for mooring fitted on bulwark.
Pair of folding pad eyes on deck for halyard stowage points.
Four sub-deck dorade boxes with stainless steel cowls on foredeck with guards to protect them, and supplied with blanking plates for closure in heavy weather conditions.
Bow sail locker accessed by a deck hatch, giving access to the bow thruster below the sole. The sail locker aft bulkhead forms a watertight partition from the accommodation. Fold-down steps into locker with stainless steel warp stowage bar to one side. ‘Black’ non-slip rubber flooring.
Substantial stern lazarette locker with twin stainless steel gas struts to lid. The forward bulkhead forms a watertight partition from the accommodation. ‘Black’ non-slip rubber flooring. Starboard side shelf with plastic boxes for stowage and system for holding them in place. Stowage for four dive bottles - Railblaza system.
Life raft storage built into pushpit for two 4-person life rafts with hydrostatic release system.
Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.
Double slotted style cup holder forward of each pushpit seat.
2m stainless steel pole on aft deck for navigation/communications antennae.
Gas locker for two 6kg bottles.
Stainless steel tubes on port pushpit for gas BBQ (including stowage bag) with deck filler plate in gas locker lid for hose connection. BBQ stows in lazarette, tube storage in seat back of starboard pushpit seat.
Two adjustable clamp-on fishing rod holders at pushpit.
Ensign staff socket.
3. RIG AND SAIL HANDLING
MAST AND RIGGING
Sloop rig with hydraulic in mast furling system.
‘White’ painted alloy spar and boom.
Double spreader rig with tapered spreaders.
Hydraulic reversing outhaul cylinder in boom.
Rigging terminals and tip-cups, etc., for Dyform wire rigging.
Deck ring fabricated in aluminium with ‘Black’ anodised finish.
Rubber mast coat and clips.
Conduit for masthead instrument wiring.
Four 250mm anodised alloy cleats.
One winch pad for standard halyard winch.
Antal sliding track stoppers for main halyard and jib halyard.
Spinlock XCS rope clutch for boom topping lift.
Mainsheet and preventer bales.
Topping lift pad eye.
Sail outhaul car controlled via a rope cascade system onto a hydraulic cylinder, operated by push buttons at the steering pedestal.
Two-function remote control panel installed in the cockpit for manually operated dual hydraulic backstays and vang system with ‘Black’ anodised finish cylinders and a stainless steel control panel.
Lightning protection ion dissipater on masthead, grounded to keel.
Status omni-directional aerial mounted at masthead for TV/FM.
Two folding mast steps.
Seldén Furlex hydraulic furling gear with long toggle at lower end. Control buttons located at cockpit coaming adjacent to primary winch position. Repeater for headsail furling buttons at each pedestal.
Two snatch blocks, and extra set of sheets for sheeting headsail in outboard position.
Profurl NEX 8.0 furling gear (November 2021).
By Lewmar - in ‘Black’ anodised finish (windlass in chrome finish):
2 x 68 EST two speed manual, single speed electric, self-tailing primary winches.
2 x 54 ST two speed manual, self-tailing secondary winches.
1 x 50 ST two speed manual, self-tailing halyard winch fitted on mast.
1 x 54 EST two speed manual, single speed electric, self-tailing main halyard winch on deck at mast base (port side).
1 x 54 EST two speed manual, single speed electric, self-tailing mainsheet winch, fitted aft of port helm seat.
3 x winch handle pockets - two in cockpit and one on mast.
Single carbon spinnaker pole stowed vertically on mast with butt hoist winch. Package includes pole topping lift and foreguy, pair of sheets, guys, blocks and fittings.
STORM JIB PACKAGE
Storm jib package that includes cars, end stops, removable stay with adjuster sheets, additional sheave box, and halyard with clutch and sail.
By Dolphin Sails - tri-radial DYS Spectra/Dyneema and Polyester taffeta laminate:
In mast furling mainsail with short vertical leech battens.
Furling 105% jib with a foam luff pad and ‘White’ acrylic UV sacrificial stripes (replaced November 2021).
McLube Sailkote treatment, and Tenara thread to mainsail and jib.
Cruising chute in Contender Maxilite 150, three standard colours, rocked radial design, including stowage bag.
Oxley inflatable snuffer including storage bag and pump.
Storm jib - 9.0oz high visibility ‘Orange’ Dacron.
By One Sails:
Integrated Furling Structure (IFS) maxi asymmetric furling spinnaker with a Profurl NEX 8.0 furling gear, endless furling line, fairleads to take this back to the cockpit, and new sheets (November 2021).
Six berths in three cabins, excluding the saloon. All berths are sea berths and have Dacron lee screens fitted with lanyards to through-bolted eyes. Two head/shower compartments.
Interior joinery finished in crown-cut American Cherry.
Designed to be modern and coordinated, whilst remaining practical and durable at sea. Essential features include sculpted fiddles, ‘shadow-gap’ joints between panels, stainless steel grab handles with leather covers, and solid framed styled doors with laid veneers and soft close door seals. ‘Black’ inlay lines on all interior cabin doors, and Timage door handles with ‘Black’ rubber insert.
‘Black’ leather cover on interior round handrails (except head compartments, companionway, and overhead, which have no leather).
Hanging lockers lined with cedar wood ply panels. Lockers fitted with shelves and fiddles, as appropriate. Locker doors veneered on both sides with flush-fitting chrome catches. All drawers have metal runners with soft-close feature for smooth operation.
Oyster custom crown-cut walnut V-groove sole boards with plank effect. Aft, and two forward guest cabins have removable ‘Cream’ carpeting. Hard wearing man-made sole in utility/workshop area.
Hi Macs solid acrylic horizontal galley work surfaces with upstand surrounds and basin inserts, plus head compartment countertops in satin-finish ‘Star Queen’ (Black’ with flakes of ‘White’ and ‘Grey’ colour).
Each head compartment is fitted out with a high quality moulded ‘White’ washbasin set into the Hi Macs work surface. Hansgrohe quality mixer taps and thermostatic shower controls are installed, together with matching towel rail, toothbrush tumbler, soap dispenser, toilet roll holder, and toilet brush. Dometic MasterFlush electric freshwater flush toilets fitted in heads with large porcelain bowls.
Headlining material in ‘Off-White’ fabric, which is also used to cover the deck saloon sides. Hullports are set into GRP liner mouldings.
Wide upholstered headboards with contrasting joinery strip to double berths. Berth sides have upholstered panels, where appropriate. Flat panel detailing to upholstered seat cushions. Kick recesses below saloon settees and galley fronts.
Saloon seating and kick panels, plus berth side panels in forward cabins upholstered in ‘Anthracite’ Alcantara Avant.
Crew covers to all saloon seats and seatbacks, including chart table in Como Cloud ‘Anthracite.’
Oceanair Skysol blinds to all coachroof and hull ports (except hull port outboard of cooker for safety reasons). Oceanair Skysol blinds inside deck saloon windows. Oceanair skyscreens to accommodation overhead hatches.
‘Black’ Caframo Bora Fans.
FORWARD DOUBLE GUEST CABIN
Spacious double guest cabin in the bow with a centreline double berth, 7” Vispring mattress, and headboard upholstered in Black Edition Marmori ‘Zinc’ fabric. Two drawers beneath, and two lift-top bins in side shelving. Shelved clothes locker to starboard and a hanging locker to port. Vanity mirror fitted to hanging locker door.
Deck access via fore hatch, which along with adjacent skylight provides plentiful natural light into the cabin.
PORT FORWARD TWIN CABIN
Situated forward to port with upper and lower berths, and 4” foam mattresses. Padded side panels fitted at berth hull, and a hull port with shelf below. Outboard at the aft end is a locker with shelf.
Bedside cabinet with locker by the lower berth, and large hanging locker with two drawers beneath at the forward end of the cabin. 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 aft bulkhead.
SHARED HEAD/SHOWER AND DAY HEAD
Aft of the forecabin to starboard, shared by the forward cabins, also doubling as a day head. Incorporating Hi Macs countertops, a Dometic toilet, washbasin, and separate shower stall. Shower separated from toilet area by acrylic door treated with ClearShield. Heated towel rail.
Lockers for wash bag and towel stowage. Mirror.
Wall laminate in ‘Egger White.’
Flooring, and shower stall sole in Amtico Wave ‘Slate Black.’
Access to the saloon from the cockpit is down a companionway of timber steps, with two stainless steel grab handles fitted either side of the companionway opening.
The deck saloon is light and airy with seven windows in its roof. A pair of windows at the forward face can be opened for superb natural ventilation when at anchor or in a berth. A pair of three vertical fixed windows on each hull side gives a ‘seascape’ vista whilst at anchor.
Three-seater L-shaped settee to starboard. Outboard and forward of this is a locker and a central shelf next to the hull port area, which is customised to take the flat screen TV on a motorised lift.
To port is a larger L-shaped settee surrounding the dining table. The saloon table is dual purpose, designed as a ‘coffee table’ in its closed position and opening up as a larger dining table. Mounted on a substantial timber pedestal that incorporates an icemaker within its base, the tabletop is a veneered panel with solid timber edging.
Two director’s chairs with appropriate stowage spaces provide extra in-harbour seating at the table or on deck.
Removable mast cover with velcro, plus padded saloon table cover in foam-backed headlining vinyl.
Fabric covered forward bulkhead in Aqua Waves ‘Cream’ - three vertical panels.
Located at the aft starboard end of the saloon, the chart table area is customised around the flush-mounted electronics and navigational equipment, which is strategically sited and housed in a timber fascia panel, hinged for easy access to equipment and wiring behind. ‘Black’ leather chart table seat.
Stainless steel stay fitted on chart table lid. Provision for stowage of several Admiralty size half-folded charts. Stowage provided for navigational books and almanacs. ‘Blue’ backlit AC and DC switch panels located alongside the chart table, and fitted with appropriately sized circuit breakers.
Situated aft of the saloon with Hi Macs acrylic work surfaces. Substantial waste bin with removable lid in worktop above. Cut-out for five knives to fit in inboard galley top.
Opening portlight above the sinks provides fresh air and natural daylight from the cockpit when at anchor.
Stowage above the sink for crockery and glasses. Storage cupboard and drawer at forward end of outboard galley unit. Outboard of the cooker, below the hull port, is a small stowage shelf with stainless steel retaining bar.
Engine room access panel below the sink and aft of the full-height front opening refrigerator/freezer unit.
Unnatural Flooring in ‘Black.’
Double stainless steel sink, with routered draining grooves incorporated into the work surface adjacent to it. Soap dispenser at forward sink for washing up liquid.
Gimballed GN Espace Oceanchef XL cooker in stainless steel with five burners, grill and oven, all protected by a flame failure gas cut-off device. The cooker incorporates an electronic ignition system for all functions. 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.
Heavy gauge fiddle rail fitted around top of cooker, which incorporates a pair of adjustable pan-holder clamps. Harbour locker and cooker crash bar.
Cooker hood (recirculating extractor fan) in brushed stainless steel complete with light and speed control.
Stainless steel combination 900W microwave oven and grill.
Combined Frigomatic 24V DC (keel-cooled) refrigerator and (water-cooled) freezer in twin compartments with full-height front-opening stainless steel doors. Stainless steel shelves and retainer bars, plus bottle stowage on inside door.
Stainless steel Fisher and Paykel single dish drawer.
220V Miele washer/dryer.
HOT WATER TAP
Quooker Flex tap at galley sink that supplies hot, cold, and boiling water.
The engine room surround is constructed of special plywood with high-density sound absorbing core, further insulated with a composite of foam and high-density polymer sound absorbing materials.
Engine room access is via a door within the starboard utility space and also by removable panels beneath the galley sinks. Access to the generator is by a soundproof panel within the lower part of companionway steps, which hinges up. There is also a panel below the sole boards to access the oil dipstick.
Care and attention has been paid to the positioning and mounting of equipment to minimise machinery sound and vibration within the accommodation areas. All access panels are fitted with rubber sealing strips to minimise noise and secured by positive catches.
24V DC air extraction fan, which operates automatically with the engine and generator. Manual circuit breaker to allow fan to run after the engine as stopped.
24V DC LED lighting.
Aft of the chart table the utility/workshop cabin features an outboard bench with solid hardwood edge on which a vice can be mounted. The mica-faced worktop is covered with ‘Black’ Unnatural Flooring. Hull port outboard.
Drawer with shelved locker below worktop. Removable vice with stowage in locker. Washer/dryer fitted outboard and aft over the worktop.
Portlight inboard that opens to the cockpit, and below is the main engine room access door.
Workshop sole in ‘Black’ Unnatural Flooring.
Situated aft and configured with a substantial double berth offset from centreline, complete with twin drawers beneath. Full-width berth headboard upholstered in Zimmer and Rohde ‘Graphic’ fabric with contrasting joinery feature below it.
Settee to starboard upholstered in JAB Melange ‘Anthracite’ coloured fabric, including kick panels. Additional seat back to settee to create chaise longue.
Locker adjacent to berth and locker outboard. Abundant drawer and locker space.
Large hanging locker and additional stowage installed to port. Four-brick flush-fitted safe with digital keypad. Mirror.
Locker outboard and aft to port.
Venetian blinds to hullports fitted inboard in leather ‘Black’ Nuit, and Oceanair electric Skysol blackout blinds behind Venetians in the outboard recess.
Forward bulkhead in Aqua Waves ‘Cream.’
Carpet on steps alongside berth only, main floor has timber sole.
Door to port leads through to galley.
Access to starboard en suite head/shower.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER
Incorporating Hi Macs countertops, a Dometic toilet, washbasin, and separate shower stall. Shower separated from toilet area by acrylic door treated with ClearShield.
Removable overhead hook in shower cubicle for drying oilskins.
Locker beneath washbasin and mirrored locker above.
Lockers for wash bag and towel stowage.
Heated towel rail.
Wall laminate in ‘Egger White.’
Flooring, and shower stall sole in Amtico Wave ‘Slate Black.’
AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS
Samsung 32” widescreen HD LED TV (230V AC UK model) with HDMI video to Apple TV and PC, and TV audio out connection to Fusion head unit via optical.
Fusion MS-RA770 FM tuner with built-in Bluetooth and AirPlay. Auxiliary input connected to TV audio out and PC audio. Ability to multi-room with aft cabin.
JL Audio 24V DC 8-channel amplifier for saloon and cockpit speakers.
Apple TV (4th generation) 32GB media streaming device with HDMI connection to cabin TV. Internet connection via YachtSpot/shore Wi-Fi.
Two pairs of Bower and Wilkins headliner speakers.
Two pairs of JL Audio waterproof loudspeakers.
Fusion MS-NRX300 waterproof remote control mounted on pedestal.
Fusion MS-RA770 FM tuner with built-in Bluetooth and AirPlay. Auxiliary input connected to TV audio out. Ability to multi-room with saloon.
Apple TV (4th generation) 32GB media streaming device with HDMI connection to cabin TV. Internet connection via YachtSpot/shore Wi-Fi.
Pair of JL Audio speakers.
Volvo Penta D3-150 turbo charged, 5-cylinder engine - 110kW (150hp) at 3,000rpm. Electric oil change system.
Approximately 1,565 at May 2022.
4-bladed 610mm (24”) diameter Brunton Varifold folding propeller.
Ambassador rope cutter on shaft.
Propspeed antifouling paint system to propeller and shaft.
Fitted with two alternators:
12V DC alternator to charge the engine start batteries.
Mastervolt 110A/24V DC alternator that charges the domestic batteries via a Mastervolt Alpha Pro 3-stage regulator.
11kW Onan MDKDN e-QD 230V AC single phase 50Hz 4-cylinder diesel generator (48A at 1,500rpm). 12V DC dedicated start battery, charged by its own alternator. Electric oil change system.
Approximately 940 at May 2022.
170kg thrust Sleipner SRV170 retractable bow thruster, with twin propellers and proportional control.
Retractable Sleipner SRV130 stern thruster with proportional control.
24V DC electric power comes from dedicated battery banks charged by separate DC-DC chargers.
Lewmar Commander 400-5 hydraulic power pack system to operate anchor windlass, headsail furling, mainsail, outhaul, and transom flap powered by 24V DC from the yacht’s domestic battery bank.
220V Cruisair air conditioning system, comprising of:
2 x 12,000 BTU Stowaway Turbo units in forward and aft cabins, including ducting from forward cabin to side cabin.
1 x 16,000 BTU Stowaway Turbo unit in saloon.
Giving a total of 40,000 BTUs.
U-Line B1-95 (220V) ice maker.
24V DC/220V AC Dessalator DUO 100 watermaker including back flush and remote panel.
Dedicated tap in galley to supply water direct from watermaker for filling water bottles.
7. TANKAGE AND PLUMBING
1,000 litres approximately (220 Imp gallons/264 US gallons) in a GRP tank installed under the deck saloon floor.
Fuel polishing system with take off and return to main tank.
Pair of Racor 500FG fuel filters/water separators.
Engine and generator Racors parallel plumbed (so both can run off a single unit) with stainless steel drip tray, and vacuum gauges.
Swan-necked tank breakers.
800 litres approximately (176 Imp gallons/211 US gallons) in a GRP tank installed under the deck saloon floor.
Swan-necked tank breakers.
TANK TENDER GAUGES
Offshore Instruments tank monitoring system for both fuel and water tanks.
Backup calibrated dipsticks with calibration chart.
From an insulated approximately 73 litres (16 Imp gallons/19 US gallons) tank heated by the engine’s heat exchanger, or by thermostatically-controlled 230V AC, 1.25kW immersion heater element powered by the generator or dockside power.
Thermostatic blender valve and expansion tank fitted for safety.
PRESSURISED HOT AND COLD WATER SYSTEM
Hot and cold freshwater system based on a high capacity water pump with PEX/PBT pipework and fittings.
Jabsco charcoal water filter system on galley cold water and ice maker supply.
Two plastic (Polyethylene) toilet holding tanks installed for each head and plumbed for gravity discharge.
Tanks fitted with contents gauges, deck pump out, and flushing points.
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.
Two bronze manifold systems for seawater inlets to reduce through-hull fittings.
Mains 230V AC circuit with seven double, 13A 3-pin sockets located as appropriate within the layout.
Units are from the Vimar ‘Idea’ range with chrome ‘Classica’ surrounds.
OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS
Additional Vimar 220V double outlet sockets - one each in aft cabin, and to saloon table base.
Double USB sockets - one each in forward cabin, forward port cabin, aft cabin, and saloon.
12V socket in lazarette (total draw 30A maximum).
Domestic: Upgrade to bank of three 180Ah Mastervolt Lithium Ion batteries. Battery venting hose ‘swan-necked’ in accordance with MCA requirements.
Engine start: 95Ah (800 CCA) battery bank (2 x 12V at 95A) devoted to engine starting, charged by the engine alternator.
Two separate banks of AGM (24V) batteries are dedicated for the bow and stern thrusters, that are trickle charged from the domestic batteries via a DC-DC converter.
All batteries are secured against inversion in case of a knockdown.
Domestic supply batteries charged from the engine via a Mastervolt 110A/24V alternator fitted with a Mastervolt Alpha Pro regulator.
Two Mastervolt ChargeMaster (24V) 100A battery chargers.
Mastervolt EasyView 5 monitoring system with control panel at the main DC panel.
Emergency link - a battery parallel switch is fitted to allow the engine start battery to be crossed linked to generator start battery to provide a second battery source for emergency starting of the engine.
Mastervolt 24V/2500W MASS sine wave DC/AC inverter.
32A dockside power cable, 3-core double insulated PVC, 18m (60’) in length. Hubbell socket in aft deck locker. Dockside end of cable fitted with a 3-pin, 32A plug.
Additional 32A shore socket and lead required for air conditioning loads.
LED overhead lights.
Chrome Quick ‘Jacob’ reading lights.
Quick ‘Sharon’ reading lights with linen shades in owner’s cabin. Additional ‘Audrey’ reading lights with ‘Black’ leather stalks on aft bulkhead below the ‘Sharon’ lights.
LED strip lights over outboard galley work surfaces.
Flexible LED chart table light.
Automatic door light for refrigerator.
Set of concealed LED rope lights in saloon and galley headlining, and at chart table fascia.
LED lighting to saloon and aft cabin ‘seascape’ windows.
All saloon overhead and under deck lights swivel, and are on separate switches.
Red LED courtesy footlights at deck saloon steps.
Red LED downlights at galley and each head compartment.
LED strip lighting under kick recess in saloon.
LED engine room lights, including additional LED light on port side.
Dimmers on all lighting circuits.
Boom light over cockpit table, switched at pedestal.
Pair of downlights on lower spreader, switched at pedestal.
Pair of uplighters on upper spreader, switched at pedestal.
Two LED lights in sail locker.
Two LED lights mounted in lazarette.
Lopolight LED steaming light, switched at vessel’s main distribution panel.
Aqua Signal LED deck floodlight, switched at steering pedestal for easy access in case of emergencies.
Lopolight tri-white LED light at masthead with standoff.
Lopolight LED bow (port and starboard) lights.
Lopolight LED stern lights.
Swivelling aft deck light mounted on antenna pole, switched at pedestal.
Low-level ‘Warm White’ lights in bulwarks to illuminate side decks.
Low-level ‘Warm White’ courtesy lights in cockpit and walkway.
9. NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION
Ritchie Globemaster SB-500 5” magnetic steering compass with internal lighting, and stainless steel grab rail to each pedestal top.
Raymarine i70s navigation units integrated with the chart plotter. Each i70s multifunction is able to display water depth, deep/shallow alarm, 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 i70s multifunction displays.
Axiom 7 - 7” touch screen multifunction display, starboard side.
1 x i70s multifunction display.
1 x i70s multifunction display.
Upgrade to Axiom Pro 12 - 12.1” HybridTouch multifunction display.
Raymarine Axiom 12 - 12” touch screen multifunction display with separate RMK10 remote keypad mounted in chart table surface.
Axiom 7 - 7” touch screen multifunction display.
RADAR/GPS AND CHART PLOTTER
Raymarine eS97 9” HybridTouch high performance navigation system, with multifunction display, built-in 50-channel Global Positioning System (GPS), and interfaced to the autopilot with wireless connectivity via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. GPS antenna mounted on deck.
Raymarine HD digital radar 4kW Radome.
Echomax Active-XS dual band radar target enhancer. Antenna mounted at masthead.
Raymarine AIS650 Class B transceiver with dedicated GPS and VHF antennae.
24V DC autopilot drive coupled to the steering gearbox within the lazarette locker, controlled by a Raymarine Evolution course computer with a p70s control head at the port steering pedestal. Raymarine SmartController wireless remote autopilot control.
Windex at masthead.
Raymarine Ray 260E Class D-DSC VHF radio-telephone with masthead antenna, and second station in cockpit with speaker and hailer horn.
Icom IC-M802 SSB radio with ATU and DSC.
Wide copper strip from chart table to lazarette and twin large ground plates as SSB earth.
KVH V3HTS mini VSAT satellite telephone system with 45cm stern mounted antenna and dedicated 800W inverter.
Sailor Fleet One satellite telephone system with voice/data. Data rate 100kbps maximum. Includes long antenna cable for mast mount installation, and Sailor FB-BKT Fleet antenna mounting kit.
BT Elements 1K AC powered cordless telephone connected to satellite phone.
Mailasail Redbox hardware firewall that allows users to restrict satellite communications data access.
YB Tracking YB3 satellite based tracking system.
AG Neovo ‘Black’ 17” LCD glass-fronted display connected to Nexcom NISE 3600E mini PC with Intel i5 chip, 356GB SSD, 8GB RAM with Windows 10 Professional software. Canon portable colour printer with battery pack. Logitech unifying keyboard and mouse.
Vimar/Samsung remote panel components, 2 x USB 3.0 sockets, power button, and USB plug in CD/DVD. Victron Orion DC-DC 12V DC filtered power supply for PC components.
Inventica YachtSpot 3G/4G GX Global version that provides connection to shore Wi-Fi hotspots and 3G/4G data networks.
Shakespeare spreader mounted 4G antenna. Glomex spreader mounted Wi-Fi antenna.
Netgear 16-port Gigabit network switch. Startech USB 3.0 spec 7-port hub DC powered.
Actisense NMEA 2000 to USB data converter provides instrument data to PC.
Ubiquiti Wi-Fi access point, simultaneous dual band, allows portable devices to access 4G data, shore Wi-Fi data.
Synology NAS drive with RAID. 2 x 3TB drives, 2 bays in total used for movie storage, PC backup and Oyster Manuals via iPad App.
Maxsea TimeZero Navigator V3 navigation software with MapMedia wide area chart.
Maxsea Routing Module software for smart routing that takes into account polar and weather data.
Microsoft Office Business and Home 2016 software providing Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.
Mailasail email service software (subscription required).
ZYGRIB software that downloads and displays GRIB files.
Two Ocean ISO four-person life rafts with SOLAS B and cannisters. Next service due July 2023.
EPIRB bracket 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.
White Ocean Safety horseshoe buoy with light.
Four folding pad eyes for side deck jackstays (two forward, and two aft). Webbing jackstays (‘Gold’ colour).
Six stainless steel U-bolts for safety harness attachment in cockpit. Two forward near the companionway, two at the aft end of the cockpit, and one near each helm station.
Six Wichard 8mm folding pad eyes in cockpit for safety lines.
Safety ‘kill switch’ mounted at steering pedestal to allow isolation of the powered deck gear, in the event of an emergency.
FM200 automatic fire extinguisher of appropriate capacity for engine/generator room space with remote indicator light at chart table.
Automatic fire extinguisher within generator sound shield.
Three 1kg dry powder fire extinguishers for accommodation.
Fire blanket for galley.
2kg dry powder fire extinguisher, mounted in cockpit/lazarette locker.
High level bilge alarm with indicator light and audible alarm at chart table (different sound to engine alarm).
OTHER SAFETY FEATURES
Marco air horn on mast with (red) push button operation at port pedestal.
Raymarine M232 pan and tilt thermal camera mounted under port upper spreader.
Handheld torches with stowage in each cabin, marked for ‘emergency use only.’
AB Inflatables Lammina 10AL/BL RIB in ‘Light Grey’ with ‘Blue’ trim and rubbing strake. Hull powder-coated ‘White’ inside. SeaDek flooring with forward drain. Beach master launch wheels.
Honda BF20 SHU short shaft tiller handle manual start outboard engine.
Stainless steel outboard lock.
RIB Sponson cover.
WARPS AND FENDERS
Four large heavy-duty fenders with lines attached.
Two 15m dock lines.
Two 25m dock lines.
Bauer Junior II electric dive compressor with four 11.1 litre dive bottle cylinders.
Oyster customised Royal Doulton fine bone china crockery for eight.
Oyster customised Robert Welch stainless steel cutlery for eight.
Four-brick safe with digital keypad.
MARINE TOOL KIT
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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Issue 1 (GE/YY/lh)
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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