OYSTER 62, 2002. All GRP with teak decks. Perkins/Sabre 240hp diesel engine, bow thruster, reverse cycle air conditioning, generator, watermaker. Cutter rigged sloop with electric in-mast furling, rig checked 2016. Sleeps 9 in 5 cabins, 3 heads. Master cabin aft, full beam, en-suite, single guest or Captain's cabin amidship, 2 doubles forward, and cabin with bunks in the bow that could be guest or crew. Very well equipped and regularly updated. Full safety gear, davits, sprayhood and bimini, tender. Fully skipper maintained throughout.
Lying Mallorca, tax paid.
LOA: 19.28m LWL: 16.75m BEAM: 5.39m DRAFT: 2.61m DISP: 47 gross tonnage
Designer: Rob Humphreys and the Oyster Design Group
Major refit 2009/10. Also a further update in 2011 to ready her for that season, and every year previously.
Hull completely sand blasted back to the GRP, epoxy coats applied and then anti-fouled, and superstructure polished – May, 2016.
Special GRP treatment by Shinemar for hull and deck GRP in 2016, with annual updates.
All GRP with teak decks. White hull with cove and boot lines in Oyster Blue.
Fitted with watertight door and bulkhead to forepeak for charter coding.
High performance bulb keel. Skeg hung rudder.
Bulwark finished with teak capping rail, stainless steel cleats, fairleads, pushpit,
Stainless steel boarding ladders close up to form the side gates. Gate to pushpit.
Storage forward and aft, including built in liferaft stowage in pushpit.
Cockpit designed in 2 sections, with steering area and guest sitting area both with centre walkthrough.
Cockpit table in teak and stainless steel, with built in fridge and coolbox.
New deck hatches, Lewmar – 2009/10
Raw water manifolds serviced + sea chest - 2009
New deck fillers - 2010
Seacocks serviced - 2009
Perkins/Sabre M225Ti engine 240hp. Engine hours
Hurth 630 gearbox with 2:1 reduction.
Twin duplex fuel filter with changeover and vacuum condition gauge.
Re-build of engine turbo stack and main fuel pump 2007.
Whitlock steering with twin pedestals, 1m wheels, leather covered.
3-bladed 29” diameter feathering MaxProp fitted 2016, with rope cutter on shaft.
Sleipner 15hp tunnel bow thruster -2006
Work done in Feb, 2016 –
Waterpump and heat exchanger cleaned and serviced.
Turbo serviced, 2016.
Clearance valves re-calibrated, and compression test done with perfect results.
Manifold and main engine heat exchanger cleaned 2016.
Engine given full compression test, with positve results, 2016
Fuel capacity of 2,2100 litres in 2 x GRP tanks
Water capacity of 1,600 litres in 2 x GRP tanks
3 x holding tanks, 1 forward, 2 aft, gravity discharge.
Each fitted with electric tank gauges + carbon filters
2 x grey water tanks with Par hydro air switch and Whale
Gulper pump for evacuation of all showers and hand basins.
New pumps 2015
Separate engine alternators for engine start batteries,
domestic batteries and generator start batteries
Onan EQD17kva generator – 2010 approx. 2,030 hrs @ 10/16
220vCruisair reverse cycle air conditioning with 4 units to give a total of 60,000 BTU.
Ships electrical supply 24v
220v AC main system with 15 outlets
12v sockets in anchor locker and chart table12v waterproof socket in cockpit
Shaver sockets in all heads
2 x banks of 6 batteries – Mastervolt gel batteries giving
1,000ah for domestic supply.
24v battery bank giving 88ah gel batteries for engine start – 2008
Separate 12v battery for generator star, gel battery 2010
Magnetron DCC4000 battery controller
Mastervolt Mass 24v 100a heavy duty battery charger
Additional 100a battery charger
Emergency link system between domestic and engine start 24v batteries
Mass 220v sine wave inverter x 2
30a dockside power cable, 20m, Hubbell socket in transom.
Dockside end of cable fitted with 3-pin 16a plug
Additiona 30a shore power socket and cable
Reading lights to all cabin berths, nightlights in heads, galley and chart table. Red courtesy lights at saloon steps. Dimmers to saloon and aft cabin. Picture light in main saloon bulkhead and lights in watermaker locker, main bilge and hanging lockers.
Hot and cold pressurised water system
Water heated by engine or immersion heater
Seafresh 208A 200v watermaker upgraded to 210 lph – 2010
New high pressure pump and pipes fitted 2015, unit serviced 2016
Cutter rigged sloop with Hood Stoway mast. Electric in-mast furling, new 2016.
Trisail track on mast.
Internal boom preventer system.
Navtec hydraulic vang, serviced 2015.
Continuous stainless steel wire rigging.
Mast steps x 2 at masthead “Mast Walker”.
Outhaul, mainsheet and furler lines – 2015.
Harken manual furling headstay for genoa.
Harken manual furling inner forestay for staysail.
Basic spinnaker gear with single carbon spinnaker pole, vertical stowage on mast.
Spinnaker package includes – chainplates, deck fittings, halyard, topping lift, pole lift, single
sheet, foreguy and all required blocks.
Rigging overhauled 2009/10. Diagonals replaced.
Babystay replaced 2017.
Comprehensive rig check 2016/17.
Main furler motor taken out, new bearings and other parts fitted and tested, 2017.
All winches serviced 2016.
Lewmar ST winches including:
2 x 66 CEST 2-speed primaries
2 x 54 CST 2-speed secondaries
54 CEST 2-speed electric mainsheet winch
48 CST 2-speed genoa and staysail halyard winch
48 CST 2-speed main halyard winch
2 x 40 CST 2-speed headsail furling
Sails valeted annually. UV strips all new 2015.
New clew blocks fitted 2015.
Main Furling mainsail in DC Pentex Hood – November 2009
Genoa Furling headsail in DC Pentex Hood – November 2009 with UV strip and foam luff
Furling yankee in DC Pentex Hood – November 2009 with UV strip and foam luff
Storm staysail Hood -November 2009
1.5oz cruising chute Hood -November 2009 with squeezer and GPS bucket
Sleeps 9 in 5 cabins, 3 heads. Interior joinery finished in teak with “Oyster Millennium styling”. Designed to be modern and stylish whilst still remaining practical at sea. Upholstery in light green Alcantara (with day covers), off-white head-lining. Owners cabin aft with offset double berth, dressing table
with swing-out seat, large hanging locker and further storage. En-suite heads with quietflush electric WC, hand basin and shower compartment. Avonite surrounds in Midnight Blue, heated towel rail. Coming forward through well equipped galley to the saloon. Saloon features curved seating around table (with wine rack) to starboard and further seating opposite. Mirrored drinks locker with automatic light. Aft of the saloon to starboard is a single berth cabin/ workshop with a work top below the berth. Navigation area to port with forward facing chart table, with lockers and bookcase.
Forward of the saloon gives access to 2 guest cabins, both with double berths. The starboard cabin is en-suite, port cabin with access to forward heads. Forward cabin with upper/lower bunks, access to stbd heads, sail stowage and hanging locker.
SIRS Major 6” compass flush mounted on each pedestal
Raytheon ST60 depth, wind, speed, log etc
To port ST60 Multi-function display (MFD) x 2
To stbd ST60 MFD x 2
At chart table ST60 MFD
RL70 colour radar repeater at
Raymarine C140 plotter and C90 – 2016
24” High Definition scanner
Raytheon Ray 300 GPS with
Raymarine 120 GPS transducer
Yeoman plotter at chart table with plug and socket at chart table, interfaced to ST60
system and GPS Autohelm 7000 type 2 autopilot
ST6000 autopilot control at chart table
Windex at masthead
ICS NAV6 Navtex – 2007
Ray 300 VHF at chart table with 2nd station at pedestal
Icom ICM710 SSB with ATU and dropper. Earthplates V. New antenna and earthing plates fitted 2016
Tronix speaker, insulated backstay
Skanti Eurocom Iridium satellite phone system.
Interfaced to computer and HP printer/fax/scanner
LG Flatron computer screen
AIS 250 receive only - 2010
Dell laptop 2016
Raymarine dual VHF - 2009
Twin stainless steel sinks
Seagull water filter to galley sink with dedicated drinking
water tap, 2016
Gimballed Force 10 S/S cooker with 4-burners, oven and grill – 2007
Panasonic S/S microwave oven
Fischer Paykel dishwasher – 2015
Frigoboat fridge and freezer system , re-gassed and new cooling unit 2015
U-Line icemaker – new motor 2015
Surfaces in white Avonite
Indesit washer/dryer 2012
Trash compactor in single cabin/workshop (never used)
Crockery and cutlery
Fridge in cockpit - 2009
Radio/cassette player with CD stacker unit, speakers in saloon and cockpit
100w pre-amplifiers with separate volume control at companionway side for cockpit speakers
19” LCD TV in saloon with DVD player - 2009
13” Sharp TV in port guest cabins
Status omni-direction aerial at masthead for TV/FM
22” plasma TV and DVD in master cabin
19” plasma TV in stbd guest cabin - 2009
Lightening dissipaters on mast
Full navigation lights
Emergency tiller steering
Lee cloths to all berths
Lifeguard Forties 10-person
liferaft with E pack
3 x Navtec Global 3 EPIRB
Sea-Me radar target enhancer
Firdell “Blipper” on mast
Jabsco electric bilge pump 24v – 2007
Henderson MkV manual bilge pump
ST80 MOB button at pedestal
Wichard cockpit harness points
Seafire combined auto/manual engine room fire extinguisher
Various fire extinguishers
3 brick safe in aft cabin hanging locker
Lewmar Ocean 3 electric windlass, new gypsy and drum 2009, new gearbox and motor 2016
Bruce 20kg anchor with 100m of 10mm chain fitted 2017.
CQR 34kg anchor with 100m 12mm chain, new 2016
Additional 30m chain
Post at transom for aerials
Bimini in beige with windows
Beige sprayhood with zipped central window -2016
Stern bathing ladder with teak treads
Simpson electric davits SWL – 2010, new wires fitted 2016
Hot and cold freshwater shower in transom locker
Freshwater deckwash pump with Y value to allow use of sea water
Canvas covers for cockpit table, pedestals, wheels, binnacles in beige
Closed cell cockpit cushions with blue covers
S/S backrest with cushions at
Ribeye 4.0m tender T.A series with new 40hp Honda 4-stroke engine, 2016 Reinforced teak outboard. Serviced annually and kept under cover.
brackets x 2
Warps and fenders
Heyco tool kits
Tool box with slide-out trays to underside of cockpit over the engine
Flyscreens to hull ports, coachroof ports and deck saloon windows
Assorted spares and manuals
S/S main seacock valves – 2007
Hella fans throughout
Carbon fibre passarelle - 2008
Kept to a high standard with regular updates. Very spacious accommodation with luxurious aft master cabin.
Very well maintained with many extras over standard when built, with various upgrades in
2007/8. Further updating 2009/2010.
Hull fully sand blasted in 2016, no signs of osmosis.
Epoxy primer coat + 3 layers of anti-fouling, + new anodes and dyna plates fitted throughout.
Fully skipper maintained throughout.
Work carried out Spring 2018.
1. Shinemar annual re-polish of hull and super structure
2. All skin fittings, sea strainers and manifolds checked
3. All sea cocks serviced and where required replaced
4. Drive shaft checked and greased etc, prop service anodes changed
5. Salt water manifold rebuilt
6. Installed dedicated batteries for generator together with charger
7. All cathodic protection and grounding checked and anodes and plates replaced this includes fridge keel cooler and frigoboat anodes
8. Gas solenoids etc checked and serviced
9. Hull light wash off and two coats of anti-foul on waterline only rest was OK
10. Tender engine serviced (tender is in under cover storage)
11. All winches serviced by crew.
1. All safety equipment checked/serviced and revalidated by Ocean Safety
2. Sails stored with Palm Sails checked/laundered and repaired where necessary.
In this case we are acting as brokers only. The Vendor is not selling in the course of a business. 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 his own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and / or to have an engine trial conducted, which if carried out by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
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