Easy to handle push button in-mast furling; loaded with spares.
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I purchased ‘Tianelle’ in May 2015, after she had completed the first Oyster World Rally. I then had a year in the Caribbean to get used to the boat and undertook a full refit at the end of 2016 out in Antigua, in preparation for the Oyster World Rally starting January 2017. My wife and I completed the Rally in April 2019 and we are now cruising the East Coast of USA having called by Bermuda on the way.
In addition to benefitting from the well documented sailing capabilities of the 575, we have found Tianelle to be extremely practical and easy to live with. A great example is the multiple hullports and portlights that provide excellent through ventilation in port in all but bad weather, and as a result we have found that we have needed to use the air-conditioning units much less than others with fixed windows, minimizing the need to run the generator. The twin-wheel through cockpit provides great inboard access to the helm positions at sea, whilst really opening the space up for entertaining in port. We always put a small safety strap across the outboard of the helm position between the seat and the binnacle for added security at sea.
We have thoroughly enjoyed our 4 plus years with Tianelle but sadly we must part company as we are now proud grandparents – with two arriving in the last two years!
I carry out the routine maintenance according to the recommended schedule and have had the boat professionally maintained, where necessary, at all opportunities during the Oyster World Rally. In addition, I have had paid crew for most of the time, who assisted me with the routine maintenance and regular cosmetic care.
The items in italic highlight the non-standard items fitted during the build programme or added by the owner thereafter.
The hull is a composite construction, moulded using a combination of vinylester and polyester resin with the outer topside finish in a white NPG gelcoat. Laminate material comprises a combination of E-Glass, Kevlar and carbon fibre specially designed for the yacht. 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. Combined with BS1088 standard marine-ply structural bulkheads, this produces a robust structure with excellent strength to weight qualities. Additional reinforcements are included in the way of the keel recess, 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 non-structural, inert, polyurethane foam.
White hull with cove line and double boot top lines in standard Oyster blue. (Hull antifoul removed and Coppercoat antifoul applied – October 2016 by Vortec UK whilst in Antigua.)
Moulded in GRP with balsa core. The Oyster 575 deck styling with modern flowing lines provides sleek looks, inside and out, whilst maintaining the Oyster trademark and reputation for a light and airy deck saloon.
Teak laid decks (natural finish). 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.
High performance bulb (HPB) external lead 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. This area includes a fold-down stainless steel bathing/boarding ladder with oval rungs. Two stainless steel steps with teak tread inserts are fixed on the transom for access to the stern deck. The ladder is fitted with a lanyard and retaining pin for retrieval/stowage.
Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean.
Upgrade to Rocna 55 (55 kg/121 lb) anchor, which stows in the stemhead fitting (new November 2015). 100m (328’) of 12mm calibrated galvanized chain, matched to the windlass gypsy, with the ‘bitter end’ fastened to the underside of the stemhead with substantial lanyard, within the locker.
Fortress FX55 lightweight folding alloy kedge anchor with 10m of 10mm chain and 100m of Octoplait nylon warp, stored in partitioned anchor locker.
Lewmar V4 vertical capstan type (24V) electric anchor windlass, two-way and operated by adjacent foot switches. Remote windlass control at pedestal. (Windlass assembly complete replaced with new by Oyster, Feb 2019 – including new gearbox, motor, capstan body and gypsy complete)
Midship gateway stanchions and side-gates for boarding.
Gate to pushpit.
Stainless steel bathing ladder with teak oval treads.
3.2m GS Composite full carbon two-piece folding passerelle with stanchions and hanging trapeze and halyard. Passerelle socket in top transom rung.
Oyster custom drop-down, tinted acrylic, vertical sliding washboard system for main companionway.
Lewmar alloy-framed deck hatches.
Gebo alloy-framed coaming portlights.
Gebo alloy-framed opening hullports.
Large acrylic fold down companionway sprayhood in WeatherMax ‘Taupe’ with leather covered stainless steel grabrail to aft end. The hood incorporates see-through panels in its forward portion. Zipped opening central window panel with storm flaps, and removeable Velcro mesh sun screen panels on the inside.
Bimini in WeatherMax ‘Taupe’ acrylic, including fixtures and stowage bag. Additional windows for boom light and helmsman positions to view sail set.
Cockpit table cover in WeatherMax ‘Taupe’ acrylic, with pockets and access flaps.
Covers for Pedestals and steering wheels in WeatherMax ‘Taupe’ acrylic.
Cockpit cushions and backrests in leather.
Helm seat cushions and pushpit seat bases in ‘Taupe’ vinyl with piping. Seat backrest tubular rolls in ‘Taupe’ vinyl.
Removable white foam-backed mast cover with Velcro, and protective saloon table cover.
Custom tailored RIB cover in WeatherMax ‘Taupe’ acrylic for when RIB stowed in davits.
Hot and cold freshwater deck shower in transom locker.
Freshwater anchor/deck wash in bow, including hose.
Walk-through natural teak-laid cockpit.
Engine instrument panel fitted into recess with protective acrylic cover.
Twin cockpit steering positions each feature custom-designed Oyster lectern style pedestal top.
Each helm seat has a laminated 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.
Instrument repeaters are installed on a dark acrylic panel mounted on a GRP console integral to the companionway hatch garage.
Pair of waterproof stereo loudspeakers.
Double drinks holders at each pedestal and additional pair each side of companionway.
Varnished teak-topped (permanently installed) cockpit table with stainless steel frame, folding leaves, and insulated GRP box, refrigerated via a Frigomatic 24V keel-cooled refrigeration system.
Twin cockpit steering positions that each feature a custom-designed Oyster lectern-style pedestal top with grey-faced instrument panels, mounted on a GRP moulded base.
Two 1.02m (40”) diameter stainless steel steering wheels with friction brake.
Brown leather covered steering wheels, covering partial spokes.
Cooney S300 tall electric davits (300kg maximum load) with belly bands and dinghy locator kit.
Set of four davit pads.
Stainless steelpulpit and pushpit.
Stainless steel C-Quip ‘AQ 300’ folding cleats for mooring.
Pair of additional C-Quip folding cleats with stainless steel chafe strip at transom to facilitate Mediterranean mooring.
Stainless steel cockpit cleats for sheets.
6 GRP dorade boxes with stainless steel cowls – stainless steel guard rails over four forward units, and aft pair. 2 Large Wichard padeye aft of two forward dorade guards for halyard parking.
Stainless steel grabrails to deck saloon roof top.
Forward coachroof provides natural teak-laid area for sunbathing.
Large, full-width lazarette locker with twin stainless steel gas struts and folding step for ease of access.
Fore and aft shelf in lazarette on starboard side with small fiddle.
Liferaft storage built into pushpit, starboard side, fitted with hydrostatic release.
Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.
2m stainless steel pole on aft deck for aerials.
Stainless steel BBQ mounted on rail with custom stainless steel work. Hose fitted through gas locker lid. Stowage of BBQ in port deck locker.
Stainless steel handles on swim platform, one each side.
Gas locker for two bottles with electric solenoid cut-off valve.
Ensign staff socket.
MAST and RIGGING
By Formula Marine:
(Serviced spars, including patch priming and painting, plus new hydraulic hoses to mast – October 2016 by Vortec UK, whilst in Antigua.)
Cutter rig with all associated hardware and fittings.
Hydraulic reversing outhaul cylinder in boom with manual bypass valve.
New gooseneck casting, gearbox and hydraulic hoses (October 2017).
Formula spreaders and fittings for discontinuous wire rigging.
Running rigging and blocks. (New standing and running rigging – October 2016 by Vortec UK whilst in Antigua.
Conduit for masthead instrument wiring, plus extra conduit for TV antenna and cell phone aerial.
2-function Holmatro remote control panel in cockpit for manually operated hydraulic backstay and vang.
Status Omni directional aerial mounted at masthead for TV and FM radio.
2 x ion dissipaters on masthead with cap shroud chainplates and mast step bonded to keel bolt with stainless steel tang and heavy-duty cable.
Echomax 230 radar reflector
Reckmann hydraulic in-mast furling mainsail with hydraulic reversing outhaul – control switches at pedestals.
Reckmann hydraulic foresail furling with additional control switches at pedestals.
Reckmann manual staysail furling.
2 x 68 CEST two speed, electric, chrome, self-tailing primary winches.
2 x 54 CEST two speed, chrome, self-tailing secondary winches.
1 x 54 CEST two speed, electric, chrome, self-tailing mainsheet winch.
2 x 50 CST two speed, chrome, self-tailing, mainsail and genoa halyard winches.
1 x 30 CST two speed, chrome, self-tailing mainsheet traveller control line winch.
Single carbon spinnaker pole stowed vertically on mast.
Package includes butt hoist winch, deck fittings, halyard, topping lift, pole lift, pair of sheets, guys, and all required blocks and fittings. (Upgraded Harken mast track and car fitted new December 2018)
By Dolphin Sails:
Mainsail, genoa and staysail – DYS Spectra/Dyneema and polyester taffeta laminate, tri-radial design.
Harken McLube Sailkote treatment to all white sails.
1.5oz asymmetric cruising chute with deck bag and squeezer.
(New mainsail, genoa and staysail to the OE specification – October 2016. Staysail strengthened and built to use as a storm sail at second reef, as original specification. The original staysail is still retained for emergencies.)
Dolphin twin headsail 137% Contender cloth 2.5oz (new October 2016, lightly used with small repair).
Sail deck bag (new October 2016).
Eight berths in four cabins, excluding the saloon.
All sea berths have Dacron lee screens fitted with lanyards to keyed removeable eyes.
Interior joinery finished in maple.
Designed to be modern and coordinated, whilst remaining practical and durable at sea. Essential features include sculpted fiddles and grabrails, ‘shadow-gap’ joints between panels and ‘framed’ style doors with laid veneers and soft close door seals.
Oyster custom knobs for lockers and drawers.
All drawers use metal runners to give extremely smooth operation.
Cabin sole in teak and holly.
Avonite ‘Night Shadow’ satin finish surfaces in galley.
Heads surfaces in Avonite ‘Night Shadow’ gloss finish.
Each heads compartment contains a moulded washbasin set into a flat solid Avonite surface, toilet and stall shower with hinged door.
Hansgrohe quality mixer taps and shower controls with matching towel rail, toothbrush tumbler, soap dispenser and toilet roll holder in each head.
Headlining in off-white vinyl.
Saloon seating upholstered in ‘dark cream’ leather (new April 2018).
Forward and aft double cabin berth surrounds upholstered in ‘White’ leather.
High specification fitted removeable passage covers to saloon and cockpit cushions (new January 2017).
Berth mattresses covered in FR Crushed ‘Pumice/Stone’ fabric.
Demountable side and fore or aft vinyl mesh sunscreens for Bimini.
Fabric covers for deck hatches.
Oceanair blinds throughout.
Oceanair skyscreens with integral mosquito mesh to all overhead deck hatches.
'White’ Caframo fans throughout.
Spacious double cabin in the bow with centerline double berth and two drawers underneath.
Two lift-top bins in side shelving, large shelved clothes locker to port and cedar-lined hanging locker to starboard.
Book dividers in outboard shelves each side.
Vanity mirror fitted to hanging locker door.
Access to deck via lockable fore hatch.
PORT FORWARD TWIN CABIN
With upper and lower berths. Small locker beneath lower berth, accessed either via removable lids in the bunk top or a drop-front locker door in the berth front.
Hull-side lockers for clothes, a bedside cabinet with shelved locker, and large cedar-lined hanging locker with two drawers beneath.
Vanity mirror fitted on aft bulkhead.
FORWARD STARBOARD SHARED HEAD/SHOWER
The forward cabins share the large forward head compartment to starboard, accessed from the passageway.
Incorporating a Jabsco “Quiet Flush” electric freshwater toilet with option to convert to seawater if required, washbasin and separate shower stall.
Upper locker with mirrored door and stowage beneath washbasin.
Lockable deck hatch and hullport provide light and ventilation
Electric heated towel rail.
Access to the saloon from the companionway is down a set of shaped timber and stainless steel steps. Two stainless steel grab handles are fitted either side of the companionway opening.
The saloon is extremely light and airy with seven windows, of which two of the three forward ones open.
Featuring a rectangular table with teak perimeter inlay, a large settee area to port and outboard of this a pair of lockers and central shelf to the hullport.
The saloon table forms an occasional table when in its closed position, which is mounted on a very substantial pedestal incorporating two wine bottle lockers 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.
Three folding alloy framed director’s chairs (with stowage provision) provide extra in harbour seating at the table or even on deck.
To starboard is a three-seater L-shaped settee. Outboard of this and forward is a locker and central shelf to the hullport area, customised to house the flat screen 26” TV on a motorised lift.
At the aft starboard end of the saloon the chart table is customised around the flush mounted electronics and navigation equipment, which is positioned for optimum viewing. A stainless steel stay is fitted on the chart table lid.
Provision for stowage of Admiralty size, half-folded charts and bookshelf for navigational books and almanacs.
AC and DC electrical panels located behind the navigator's seat and fitted with hinged acrylic doors to protect the switches from being accidentally operated.
Two drawers beneath chart table.
Located to port of the cockpit, in the passageway to the aft cabin, where removable panels give access to the engine compartment.
Work surfaces finished in Avonite with upstands, and adjacent to one sink the surface incorporates routed draining grooves. Stainless steel bars inserted into the Avonite left of the cooker for resting hot pots on.
Large locker fitted out with shelves and sliding baskets to provide excellent galley stowage space.
Opening portlight and hullport to provide fresh air and natural daylight.
Stowage for custom crockery, cutlery and glasses.
Sliding trashcan system fitted in locker, just forward of sinks.
Twin stainless steel sinks.
Gimballed GN Espace stainless steel cooker with 5-burners, grill (broiler) and oven.
Panasonic Stainless steel microwave.
Frigomatic 24V keel-cooled refrigeration unit to front opening stainless steel refrigerator with automatic door light.
Large Frigomatic 24V sea water cooled freezer unit with front opening stainless steel door and three full width shelves each with independent drop down doors to control loss of cold air.
Dishwasher not fitted. Large wire pan drawer with matching door fitted in space.
Bosch WWD45 Exxcel washer/dryer.
Accessed via a door within the starboard aft cabin and via removable panels beneath the galley sinks to port. All access panels 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 extractor fan, switched at the DC electrical panel.
AFT STARBOARD TWIN GUEST CABIN
Situated 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 top berth.
Vanity mirror fitted above aft low-level locker.
Configured with a double berth offset from the centerline, complete with twin drawers beneath. Custom mattress.
To starboard is a cedar-lined hanging locker, an L shaped tall boy drawer and locker unit with outboard locker above and attached bedside locker with wall-mounted reading light.
Large cedar-lined hanging locker with 2-brick digital safe and sliding door stowage installed to port. Locker above and attached bedside locker with wall-mounted reading light.
Forward, beneath the cockpit, is a drawer and locker beneath. The space above is wired in preparation for a TV.
Two lockable deck hatches provide ventilation and light and emergency exit.
Two hullports and two portlights provide light and through ventilation.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER
Incorporating a Jabsco “Quiet Flush” electric freshwater toilet, washbasin with vanity mirror and cupboards above. Separate shower stall.
Locker beneath washbasin.
Featuring an opening portlight to allow in fresh air and natural light.
AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS
26” flat screen TV on electric lift.
Fusion stereo system with remote control at pedestal for saloon and cockpit.
Connections for a TV are in place and wired for a future installation.
Independent Fusion stereo system.
Pair of waterproof loudspeakers.
Volkswagen 150 5-cylinder turbo diesel engine. (Full 2,000 hour major service of main engine, including replacement of cambelt, exhaust elbow and major hoses and transmission, which was undertaken early at 1,601 hours – December 2016 by Seapower UK whilst in Antigua.)
Approximately 3,178 at June 2019.
23” Brunton 4-bladed Varifold propeller. (New cutlass bearings, plus new Aquaseal seal with two spares riding on shaft – October 2016 by Vortec UK whilst in Antigua.) Propspeed propeller and shaft coating fouling protection system.
Ambassador rope cutter on propeller shaft.
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. Mastervolt alternator temperature management system (installed January 2018).
220V/50Hz (9.5kW) Onan MDKBM generator. (Full service undertaken at 1,316 hours – December 2016 by Seapower UK whilst in Antigua.)
Approximately 2,175 at June 2019.
Sleipner SE170 (10.7hp) 250mm electric tunnel bowthruster with twin, counter-rotating propellers to facilitate manoeuvring in tight harbours and marinas. Bowthruster controls at steering pedestal.
Cable and rod steering system.
Lewmar Commander 400-3 system located in sail locker to operate mainsail and headsail hydraulic furling.
220V Cruisair reverse cycle system, comprising of three units totalling 40,000 BTUs:
1 x 16,000 BTU unit in saloon.
2 x 12,000 BTU units in aft cabin and forward cabin with duct to forward side cabin.
Seafresh 208A (220V) AC watermaker with product gauge and remote panel. Automatic freshwater backflush with dedicated pump (approximately 140 litres per hour).
950 litres approximately (209 Imp gallons/251 US gallons) in a GRP tank under the deck saloon floor.
450 litres approximately (99 Imp gallons/119 US gallons) in a GRP tank under the forward cabin sole.
Racor fuel polisher with long hose tails for fuel transfer (new April 2018).
950 litres approximately (209 Imp gallons/251 US gallons) in a GRP tank under the deck saloon floor.
TANK TENDER GAUGES
Tank Tender tank level gauge system linked to all three tanks to enable fuel and water levels in each tank to be monitored.
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 220V, 1.25kW immersion heater element powered by the generator or dockside power.
PRESSURISED HOT AND COLD FRESHWATER SYSTEM
Pressurised hot and cold freshwater system based on a Jabsco Sensor Max pump with PEX/PBT pipework and fittings.
Jabsco charcoal water filter on galley cold water supply.
Engine and generator raw water inlets plumbed to be able to switch to alternate intakes, if required.
Two plastic Polyethylene toilet holding tanks, one for each head. The tanks are plumbed for gravity discharge, with additional ability to pump out from deck, using a shore station.
Tanks fitted with BEP/Wema electric capacity gauges operating a ‘traffic light’ system.
Showers and washbasins discharge into two sump tanks, which are evacuated using a dedicated Whale Gulper pump directly overboard.
The galley sink and washing machine also empties via an electric Whale Gulper pump.
All pumps are operated by Vimar rocker switches.
Manifold for seawater inlets to reduce through-hull fittings.
220V AC ring main with 6 double, 13A, UK 3-pin outlet sockets located as appropriate within the layout. Units from the Vimar ‘Idea’ range with chrome ‘Classica’ surrounds.
Additional Vimar 220V double outlet sockets – one each at chart table, galley, saloon and aft cabin.
OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS
12V (2-pin) waterproof socket, including dropper (10A maximum) at pedestal.
24V (3-pin) waterproof socket (10A maximum) at pedestal.
Upgrade to 4 x Mastervolt MLI Ultra 24/5000 Lithium-Ion phosphate cell batteries (giving 720Ah/20,000Wh nominal capacity up to 72% usable) for the domestic supply (new November 2016).
Two separate 95Ah (800 CCA) 12V batteries are devoted to main and generator engine starting and charged by the 12A engine alternator.
The batteries are positively secured against inversion in case of a knockdown.
Mastervolt Alpha Pro regulator.
Upgrade to 2 x Mastervolt ChargeMaster 24V/100A battery chargers (new November 2016) with MasterView Easy control.
24V/2500W (220V) Mastervolt MASS inverter.
32A dockside power cable. Hubbell socket in the aft deck locker. The dockside end of the cable is fitted with a 3-pin, 32A plug.
Additional 32A shore power socket and lead, necessary for air conditioning loads.
Downlight type LED lights in polished chrome finish with downlighters over reading areas.
LED lights and downlights in each head, as well as over the galley work surfaces.
Red overhead light in galley.
LED reading lights for each berth.
Automatic door light for refrigerator.
Red ‘courtesy’ footlights at deck saloon steps.
Dimmer to saloon.
Exterior LED dome lights in engine room.
Boom light over cockpit table.
Pair of lower spreader lights with switch at pedestal.
LED lights on front of each pedestal for reading in the cockpit.
2 x Labcraft LED lights in lazarette with switch.
Bow and stern navigation lights.
LED steaming switched at pedestal.
Foredeck floodlight switched at pedestal.
Tri-white light at masthead.
LED masthead light.
Pair of LED lights on stern post for aft deck and tender loading area
Low-level LED courtesy lights in cockpit and aft walkway.
Flush-mounted SIRS Major 150mm (6”) diameter steering compass with internal lighting and stainless steel crash bar to each pedestal top.
Raymarine ST60+ instruments with repeaters:
1 x Raymarine ST60+ speed display.
1 x Raymarine ST60+ depth display.
1 x Raymarine ST60+ analogue wind display.
1 x Raymarine ST60+ analogue close-hauled wind display.
1 x Raymarine ST60+ graphic display.
1 x Raymarine ST60+ graphic display.
1 x Raymarine ST60+ graphic display.
3 x Raymarine widescreen multifunction GPS/radar/chart plotter displays
- E120W at navigation station.
- 2 x E90W mounted in starboard pedestal and in NavPod at companionway.
4kW Radome mounted on mast.
Raymarine AIS650 Class B transceiver module with dedicated antenna.
Raymarine SPX-30 automatic pilot with ST6002 control head mounted on port steering pedestal with wireless autopilot remote.
(Additional Raymarine course computer installed and calibrated, available as backup – new and unused.)
Windex at masthead.
Furuno NX300 Navtex receiver linked to NMEA GPS.
Raymarine Ray90 VHF DSC radio plus second wireless cockpit handset and charging station, with foghorn/hailer and intercom system. (new January 2019).
Icom IC-M801 SSB radio.
Wide copper strip from chart table to lazarette and twin large ground plates as SSB earth.
Sailor Fleet 250 broadband system linked to PC.
Antenna mounted on aerial post at transom.
Nexcom NISE 3600E Industrial Specification, DC Powered PC with Intel i5 processor 256GB, SSD, 8GB RAM, Windows 7 embedded operating system, (new July 2017) Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse and Neovo flat screen monitor.
Onboard wireless network.
Ocean ISO 8-person SOLAS B liferaft in canister - next service date Feb 2021
Ocean Safety Jonbuoy inflatable danbuoy MOB Recovery module in cannister on pushpit (serviced May 2019)
ACR EPIRB – pushpit mounted in canister with hydro release (new January 2017).
EchoMax 230 radar reflector on mast.
Jabsco Utility 3000 Puppy electric bilge pump with Par Hydro air switch (rated at 12 gallons per minute).
Henderson MkV manual bilge pump (rated at 36 gallons per minute), operated from within the cockpit.
Each bilge pump is fitted with a Whale type filtered strum box of the appropriate size for that suction line.
Yellow Ocean Safety horseshoe lifebuoy with light, drogue and bracket.
6 x Wichard 8mm folding padeyes in cockpit for safety lines.
Various including automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay.
High level bilge alarm at pedestal.
Float switch at watertight compartment with LED warning light and alarm.
OTHER SAFETY FEATURES
Watertight bulkhead and door to forward cabin.
Upgrade to Flexboat SR12LX 3.5m RIB (18” tubes/heavy-duty hyperlon) with installed demountable dive ladder (new November 2015).
Upgrade to 25hp Yamaha F25 EFi outboard motor with electric start and tilt (new April 2018).
WARPS AND FENDERS
Warps and fenders.
Oyster customised Wedgwood bone china crockery.
Oyster customised Robert Welch stainless steel cutlery.
2-brick safe with digital keypad, flush fitted in aft owner’s cabin.
HEYCO MARINE TOOL KIT
Heyco large marine toolkit.
ASSORTED TOOLS, SPARES AND MANUALS
Extensive inventory of parts to support long distance/remote area cruising, documented in database (approximately 800 items with a value of at least $60k –Value to be confirmed), including the following major spares:
Comprehensive VW engine parts, including:
-24V/100A domestic battery alternator.
Comprehensive Onan generator parts.
Comprehensive Raymarine parts including:
-Raymarine autopilot linear drive arm and bracket (serviced spare).
Comprehensive Cathelco watermaker parts including:
-Cathelco high pressure pump.
-Cathelco primer pump.
Mastervolt MASS sine 2.5kVA inverter.
ACCESSORIES INCLUDED IN SALE
Additional 4 large and 3 medium inflatable HD hyperlon fenders.
2-stage high rate/high pressure electric inflator pump with portable 12V battery.
NB: All personal belongings and all other items not expressly listed in the above inventory are excluded from the sale.
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Inventory verified by the owner.
NB: It is a condition of sale that the boat be renamed by new owners and the name ‘Tianelle’ to be retained by the Vendor.
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.