Oyster Brokerage is delighted to offer for sale the Oyster 575, Dreamer of Hamble.
Launched in 2010, she has eight berths in four cabins, hydraulic sail furling and specified for blue water cruising. Below decks she is fitted out in contemporary hand-crafted teak joinery. Her in-mast furling, push-button rig makes short-handed sailing a real possibility.
Dreamer has been maintained regardless of cost since launch. A beautiful example of the Oyster 575, in excellent condition and ready to embark on her next adventure.
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Composite construction, moulded from female tools developed by Oyster in their own custom facility.
Moulded using a combination of vinylester and polyester resin with the outer topside finish in a white special NPG gelcoat.
The 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.
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.
White hull with cove line and double boot top lines in ‘Black Blue’ (RAL 5004).
Moulded in GRP with balsa core.
Teak laid decks (natural finish). Deck edge incorporates a bulwark.
The top of the bulwark has a clean GRP finish giving a modern and stylish ‘rolled edge.’
High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.
Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.
‘Sugar scoop’ stern design with bathing platform trimmed with teak slats and stainless steel steps with teak tread inserts for access to the stern deck.
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.
Built to MCA Category 2.
34kg (75lb) CQR anchor, which stows in the stemhead fitting.
60m of 12mm calibrated galvanised chain, matched to the windlass gypsy with ‘bitter end’ fastened to a stainless steel attachment with substantial lanyard.
Lightweight folding alloy Fortress FX55 kedge anchor with 100m of Octoplait nylon warp
and 10m of 10mm chain.
Additional 40m of anchor chain to offset davit and dinghy weight.
Recessed locker within the foredeck for anchor chain stowage, fitted with hinged lids and a stainless steel clamp-type locking device. Anchor locker partitioned for kedge anchor stowage.
Lewmar V4 vertical capstan type 24V electric anchor windlass. Two-way and operated by adjacent foot switch controls.
Remote windlass control switch in cockpit.
Pair of gateway stanchions and side gates for boarding. Gate to pushpit.
Stainless steel threshold plates at side gates and stern gate.
Stainless steel hinged bathing ladder with oval treads.
Multiplex passerelle socket in top transom rung.
Oyster custom tinted acrylic drop-down washboard system for main companionway. Lewmar alloy-framed deck hatches.
Gebo alloy-framed opening coaming portlights.
Portlight between fourth cabin and cockpit.
Gebo opening hullports.
Large fold down companionway sprayhood in ‘Dune’ acrylic, incorporating see-through panels in the forward portion and with leather covered stainless steel grabrail to aft end. Bimini in ‘Dune’ acrylic with window for boom light and Velcro cover, plus fixtures and stowage bag.
Cockpit table cover in ‘Dune’ acrylic, with mesh storage pockets and two Velcro flaps to allow access to the insulated box.
‘Dune’ acrylic binnacle covers.
Cockpit cushions in EZ-Dri foam and ‘Dune’ acrylic covers.
Hot and cold freshwater deck shower located in its own locker within the transom.
Walk-through teak-laid cockpit.
Twin steering positions and helm seats with stainless steel upholstered backrests. Under each helm seat a hinged GRP lid allows access to a useful locker.
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.
Stainless steel drinks holders to pedestals.
Instrument repeaters installed at the companionway hatch garage. Pair of waterproof stereo speakers.
Gloss varnished, teak-topped cockpit table with stainless steel frame, folding leaves, and insulated GRP box, refrigerated via a Frigomatic 24V keel-cooled refrigeration unit.
Twin Oyster designed custom lectern-style steering pedestals, each incorporating a 1.02m diameter stainless steel steering wheel with friction brake.
Brown suede leather steering wheel covers, partially covering spokes.
Cooney S300 electric davits (300kg maximum total load) complete with belly bands and
dinghy locator kit.
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit.
Stainless steel C-Quip AQ300 folding cleats for mooring. Pair of additional stainless steel
mooring cleats on aft deck with stainless steel chafe strip.
Stainless steel cockpit cleats for sheets.
6 x GRP dorade boxes with flexible cowls (aft units under deck). Stainless steel guard rails over dorade boxes.
Stainless steel grab rails to deck saloon roof top.
Large full-width lazarette locker with twin stainless steel gas struts fitted to lid. Liferaft storage built into starboard side of pushpit.
Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.
Stainless steel pole on aft deck for aerials.
Gas locker for two bottles. Ensign staff socket.
MAST and RIGGING
Sloop rig with removable inner forestay for storm jib/staysail.
Formula 3-spreader mast, and boom.
Formula hydraulic drive, including hydraulic outhaul, switched at both pedestals. Preventer lines – 12mm Spectra with 6mm tails, fixed onto boom to attach to lazy pole downhaul.
Two-function remote control panel in cockpit for manually operated hydraulic backstay and vang system.
Discontinuous stainless steel wire standing rigging.
Status omni directional aerial mounted at masthead for TV and FM.
Reckmann hydraulic furling on headstay.
Repeater genoa furling switch (carlin rocker) on both pedestals.
2 x 68 CEST two speed, electric, chrome, self-tailing primary winches.
1 x 54 CEST two speed, electric, chrome, self-tailing mainsheet winch, fitted aft of the port helmseat.
2 x 50 CST two speed, chrome, self-tailing mainsail and genoa halyard winches fittedon mast.
1 x 30 CST single speed, chrome, self-tailing mainsheet traveller control line winch, fitted aft of the starboard helm seat.
3 x winch handle pockets – two in cockpit and one on mast.
Single spinnaker pole stowed vertically on mast with butt hoist winch. Package includes pole topping lift and foreguy, halyards, sheets, guys, blocks and fittings.
By Dolphin Sails.
Mainsail – Pentex Cruise laminate to tri-radial design. (New May 2019)
Furling #1 genoa – Pentex Cruise laminate to tri-radial design, approximately 140% with foam luff pad and white acrylic UV stripes. (New May 2019)
Cruising chute – 1.5oz Rip-Stop, rocked radial design, including size 4 squeezer. Symmetrical Kite - Dolphin Sails
Storm jib – 9oz high visibility Orange Dacron. (Storm jib package, includes removable forestay and adjuster, 2 x Wichard deck plates, halyard, plus extra pair of sheets and cars.)
Mainsail cover, over boom in ‘Dune’ acrylic.
Eight berths in four cabins, excluding the saloon.
Sea berths, including the forward double berth have fitted Dacron lee screens with lanyards to through-bolted eyes.
Interior joinery finished in 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, solid ‘framed’ styled doors with laid veneers and Oyster custom knobs for lockers and drawers.
All drawers use metal runners, which give extremely smooth operation. Solid, shaped oak and stainless steel grab handles.
Cabin sole in teak planking effect.
Galley horizontal work surfaces finished in satin ‘Jicama’ Avonite with upstand surrounds and stainless steel sink inserts.
Each head is fitted out with a moulded washbasin set into a flat solid satin finish ‘Silver
Comet’ Avonite surface.
Quality Hansgrohe chrome mixer taps and shower controls, together with matching towel rail, toothbrush tumbler, soap dispenser and toilet roll holder in each head compartment. Headlining in off-white vinyl.
Removable foam-backed mast cover in headlining vinyl with Velcro.
Saloon table cover in foam-backed headlining vinyl.
Upholstery for saloon settees, headboards, berth surrounds and navigator’s seat in ‘Dove
Planada ‘Vanilla’ mattress fabric.
All hull and coachroof ports have Oceanair ‘Ivory’ blinds. Oceanair Skysol blinds inside deck saloon windows.
Oceanair skyscreens with integral mosquito mesh to all deck hatches.
FORWARD DOUBLE GUEST CABIN
Spacious double cabin in the bow with centreline double berth and two drawers beneath. Large shelved clothes locker to port and hanging locker to starboard.
Vanity mirror fitted to hanging locker door. Plentiful stowage.
Access to deck via fore hatch.
PORT FORWARD TWIN CABIN
Twin cabin aft of the fore cabin to port, with upper and lower berths.
Hull side-lockers for clothes, a bedside cabinet with a shelved locker and 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 aft bulkhead.
EN SUITE HEAD / SHOWER
Large head compartment to starboard, shared by forward cabins and accessed from passageway.
Incorporating a Par ‘Quiet Flush’ freshwater flush toilet, washbasin and shower stall separated by a hinged door.
Upper locker with mirrored door and stowage beneath the washbasin. Lockers for wash bags, cleaning materials and linen stowage.
Floor treated with non-skid material.
Access to the saloon from the companionway is down a set of shaped timber and stainless steel steps, with two stainless steel grab handles fitted either side. Behind the steps is a hanging rail for wet gear with drip tray beneath.
The saloon is extremely light and airy with seven windows, of which two of the three forward ones open.
Featuring a rectangular table and large settee area to port, outboard of which is a pair of lockers and a central shelf to the hullport.
The table is designed to form, in its closed position, an occasional table, which is mounted on a very substantial pedestal incorporating a bottle locker in its base. The tabletop is a veneered panel with solid timber edging. 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 canvas covers (supplied with appropriate stowage) provide extra in-harbour seating at the table or even on deck.
Three-seater L-shaped settee to starboard and outboard of this forward is a locker and central shelf to the hullport area.
Locker customised to house lift-up flat screen TV.
Situated at the aft starboard end of the saloon, the chart table is customised around the navigational and electronic equipment, which is strategically-sited and flush-mounted in a dark grey Alcantara fascia panel.
The chart table has a stainless steel stay fitted to the lid and can accommodate a half- folded Admiralty chart.
Stowage provided for navigation books and almanacs. Two drawers beneath chart table.
AC and DC electrical panels located behind the navigator’s seat and fitted with hinged acrylic doors to protect switches from being accidentally operated.
Located to port of the cockpit, in the passageway leading to the aft cabin. Removable panels give access to the engine compartment.
Large locker (built into the aft end of the engine room space, opposite the refrigerator) fitted out with shelves and baskets for galley equipment stowage.
Plentiful storage lockers and drawers.
Sliding rubbish bin system fitted in locker, just forward of the twin sinks. Stowage for crockery, cutlery and glasses.
Twin stainless steel sinks.
Gimballed Force 10 stainless steel cooker 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 cook, which incorporates a pair of adjustable clampingpan- holders. Harbour lock and cooker crash barfitted.
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.
Stainless steel 900W combined microwave oven/grill.
Frigomatic 24V (keel-cooled) refrigeration system to cool the front-opening stainless steel galley refrigerator.
Frigomatic BD80 24V single (keel-cooled) compressor with wraparound plate to cool the stainless steel galley freezer box.
Bosch washer/dryer in locker forward of freezer.
Accessed via two doors within the starboard cabin/workshop, and via removable panels beneath the galley sinks to port. All access panels are fitted with rubber sealing strips to minimise noise and secured by positive catches.
Insulated with a composite of foam and high density polymer sound absorbing materials. 24V lighting and a 24V ‘Red’ extractor fan, switched at the DC electrical panel.
Fire blanks to engine room air inlets and outlets with remote activation of fire extinguisher.
Exposed GRP surfaces painted with intumescent paint. Battery venting exit in a protected area and swan-necked.
Water and fuel tank breathers located in a protected area and swan-necked.
STARBOARD AFT TWIN CABIN
Aft of the saloon on the starboard side and configured as a twin cabin with upper and lower berths.
Small locker beneath lower berth and hull side-lockers above the top berth. Vanity mirror fitted above the aft low-level locker.
Configured with a double berth offset from centreline, complete with twin drawers beneath.
Abundant drawer and locker space. Mirror.
Large cedar-lined hanging locker and sliding door stowage installed to port.
Additional cedar-lined hanging locker with extra drawer space starboard.
Seat to starboard.
Door to port leading to galley.
Access to starboard en suite head/shower compartment. Access to aft deck via overhead hatch.
EN SUITE HEAD / SHOWER
Consisting of a Jabsco electric freshwater flush toilet, washbasin and shower stall separated by a hinged door.
The shower compartment features an opening portlight to allow fresh air and natural light in from the cockpit.
Locker beneath washbasin and mirrored locker above. Lockers for wash bags, cleaning materials and linen stowage. Floor treated with non-skid material.
Alpine stereo FM radio/CD/DVD player fitted with twin loudspeakers in the decksaloon headlining and fader control switched from saloon to the two waterproof cockpit loudspeakers.
Saloon speakers upgraded to Anthony Gallo 5.1 surround sound. Cockpit speakers upgraded to Bose.
26” TV in saloon on electric lift. 22” TV in owner’s cabin.
Volkswagen Marine VW TDI 150 5-cylinder, turbo diesel engine, rated 95.6kW (130hp) at 3,200rpm.
Engine instrument panel fitted into recess in the starboard steering pedestal leg, with protective acrylic cover.
Engine and generator set Racors parallel plumbed, so both can run off single unit, with stainless steel driptray.
Approximately ???? at November 2019.
4-bladed 584mm (23”) diameter folding Brunton Varifold propeller.
Ambassador rope cutter on shaft.
Twin VW engine alternators:
1 x 120A (12V) alternator wired to charge the engine start batteries.
1 x Iskra 110A (24V) alternator to charge the domestic batteries via a Mastervolt Alpha Pro 3-stage regulator.
Onan MDKBM 9.5kW 220V/50Hz (11.5kW 110V/60Hz) diesel generator.
Approximately 2921 at November 2019.
Sleipner SE170 (10.7hp) 250mm tunnel bowthruster with twin counter-rotating propellers. 24V DC electric power comes from dedicated thruster batteries.
Whitlock Constellation cable system.
Lewmar 400 Commander system located in sail locker to operate headsail, mainsail
furling and outhaul.
3 x Dometic Marine Air Vector Turbo air conditioning units.
Seafresh 206A (220V) AC watermaker with product gauge and automatic flush (approximately 100 litres per hour).
950 litres approximately (209 Imp gallons/251 US gallons) in a GRPtank.
950 litres approximately (209 Imp gallons/251 US gallons) in a GRPtank.
TANK TENDER GAUGES
Tank Tender tank gauge monitoring system. Backup calibrated dipsticks and 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 220V, 1.25kW immersion heater element powered by the generator or dockside power.
PRESSURISED HOT AND COLD FRESHWATER SYSTEM
This system is based on a Jabsco Sensor Max pump with PEX/PBT pipework and fittings.
Charcoal water filter system on galley cold water supply.
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 Wema 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.
230V AC ring main with six double (13A) 3-pin 220V 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) on port pedestal for halogen spotlight.
12V cigar lighter type socket at chart table.
Domestic: Upgrade to gel batteries (rated to give 400Ah at 24V).
Engine start: Separate 95Ah (12V) battery devoted to engine starting, charged via the 120A engine alternator.
All batteries are positively secured against inversion in case of a knockdown.
Charging of the domestic supply batteries from the engine is via the VW Iskra 110A (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 AC diesel generator.
Mastervolt 24/100 ChargeMaster.
MasterView EasyView battery monitor and remote panel. Mastervolt Alpha Pro 3-stage regulator.
Mastervolt 24V/2500W (220V) MASS sine inverter.
32A dockside power cable – 3-core double insulated PVC, 18m (60’) in length.
Second 32A shore socket and lead for air conditioning loads.
Hubbell socket in aft deck locker.
The dockside end of cables fitted with 3-pin (32A) plug.
Cabin ‘Minor’ reading lights in stainless steel with white ceramic shade. LED strip lights over outboard galley work surfaces.
Extra halogen overhead light with ‘Red’ lens cover in galley.
Exterior dome lights in engine room. Flexible LED chart table light.
Automatic refrigerator door light.
‘Red’ LED courtesy footlights at deck saloon steps.
Boom light over cockpit table.
Spreader lights – one pair down on lower spreaders, switched at pedestal. Low-level ‘Warm White’ LED lights in cockpit and aft walkway.
Light mounted in lazarette?
Aqua Signal 41 bow and stern navigation lights. Aqua Signal 40 steaming light.
Aqua Signal Kiel foredeck light.
Aqua Signal 40 tri-white anchor light at masthead.
Flush-mounted SIRS Major 150mm diameter steering compass with internal lighting and stainless steel crash bar to each pedestal top.
Raymarine ST60+ system with boat speed, wind speed, wind direction and depth instruments displayed at the forward end of the cockpit and integrated with the chart plotter and GPS.
ST60+ close hauled wind displays, flush fitted at each pedestal. ST60+ graphic displays, flush fitted at each pedestal.
CHART PLOTTER / RADAR AND GPS
Raymarine E120W chart plotter with 12-channel Global Positioning System (GPS), interfaced to the autopilot, at chart table. This unit also repeats sailing instrument information. Antenna mounted on the pushpit.
Raymarine E120W colour radar repeater mounted at pedestal. 4kW digital radar.
SeaMe radar target enhancer/transponder.
Raymarine AIS 500 Class B transceiver.
Raymarine automatic pilot with twin Type 2 long (24V) linear drive units, Type SPX30 course computer and ST6002 control head fitted at pedestal. This unit is installed quite independently of the steering system and affords a backup to the main steering system.
Windex at masthead.
Furuno NX300 Navtex.
Raymarine Ray240E Class D-DSC VHF radio-telephone with horn/foghorn function and masthead antenna. Second Ray240 VHF handset and speaker in cockpit.
Icom 801E SSB radio?
Wide copper strip from chart table to lazarette and twin large ground plates as SSB
BGAN satellite communication system linked to PC.
Yacht PC system with screen, USB and Ethernet access at chart table.
Ocean ISO 8-person SOLAS B liferaft in canister – next service date?
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 lifebuoy with light, drogue and bracket.
Webbing jackstays (Gold).
6 x stainless steel folding Wichard padeyes for safety harness attachment in cockpit. Emergency tiller.
Various including automatic fire extinguisher with remote indicator light in engine bay
(upgraded to manual operation).
Fire blanket in galley.
High level bilge alarm.
OTHER SAFETY FEATURES
Avon 3.4m RIB, including tiller steering, manual start, long shaft, eyes and strops, belly bands, outboard lock, fuel tank and fibre glass seat.
Honda 15hp outboard engine.
Bauer Junior dive compressor - New
Oyster customised Wedgwood bone china crockery.
Oyster customised Robert Welch stainless steel cutlery.
Large Heyco marine tool kit in sealed box.
NB: All personal belongings and all other items not expressly listed in the above inventory are excluded from the sale.
Viewing through Oyster Brokerage.
Inventory not yet verified by the owner.
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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.
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.