|Länge über alles||19.37 m|
|Länge an der Wasserlinie||17.24 m|
|Treibstoffstanks||374 gal (UK)|
|Frischwassertanks||264 gal (UK)|
The award winning Oyster 625 broke new ground when Oyster launched the first hull in 2010, as she was the first Oyster design to offer the triple seascape windows to the saloon, a feature that has proved so popular that it characterised all our later designs. The standard layout sleeps up to eight in four cabins, three of which have en-suite head/showers, the forepeak can be configured as a crew cabin or cavernous lazarette. We launched twenty-one
625s between 2010 and 2019.
Boarding Pass IV is a late model 625, hull number 17, commissioned for experienced Oyster owners, and specified as for long range bluewater cruising. Conceived to offer luxurious sailing for either family and friends or charter guests, Boarding Pass IV is a versatile and capable yacht, now ready for new adventures.
On deck her sail handling systems were designed for simplicity with hydraulic in-mast furling to her mainsail and hydraulic furling to both the genoa and staysail. This means that the sail plan can be adjusted at the touch of a button from the helm position, making shorthanded sailing a joy. The twin wheel working cockpit is aft of the large guest cockpit separating the sailing and relaxing areas.
Light oak joinery below decks gives an airy and modern feel, where Boarding Pass IV sleeps
eight in four cabins. Well-equipped and beautifully maintained, she represents a rare
opportunity to purchase a late 625, early viewing is recommended.
Boarding Pass IV detailed specification
Composite construction of Fibre Reinforced Plastics (FRP) and sandwich materials.
Hull moulded using a combination of vinylester and high quality orthotropic polyester resin with the outer topside finish in a white NPG gelcoat.
Laminate material comprises of a combination of E-glass, kevlar and carbon fibre.
Topside laminate has a high-tech, foam-cored, E-glass/carbon sandwich above the waterline for additional strength, stiffness and insulation.
Below the waterline features a monolithic (single-skin) composite laminate. There is an aramid/kevlar layer, reinforced with a web of stringers and floors.
‘White’ hull with double boot top lines and cove line in ‘Grey RAL 7001’.
Topsides polished and waxed (Winter 2020).
Coppercoat antifouling - resurfaced where necessary (Winter 2020).
Hauled out - full underwater service (March 2020).
Moulded in GRP with balsa core for strength and insulation.
Teak laid decks, modern ‘rolled edge’ bulwark with clean GRP finish.
Weather deck, cockpit seats and sole areas planked with quarter-sawn teak.
High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.
Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.
Rudder stock cleaned and polished (Winter 2020).
‘Sugar scoop’ stern design incorporating a recessed platform, which is useful for bathing and boarding, and is trimmed with teak slats. This area includes a fold-down stainless steel bathing/boarding ladder with oval treads.
The platform is accessed via an integral stairway from the aft deck.
Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean.
Built to MCA Category 2 with all associated safety equipment fitted.
55kg Rocna anchor with 100 metres of 12mm calibrated galvanised chain, fastened at its bitter end by a lanyard to a U-bolt.
55kg Delta Anchor with 90 meter of 12mm chain.
Dedicated stowage for kedge anchor in divided anchor locker with removable athwartships partition.
Heavy-duty Lewmar V6 vertical capstan type, 24V DC electric anchor windlass installed on deck above the chain locker.
The windlass is two-way and operated by adjacent foot switch controls.
Bathing ladder with oval treads.
Midship gateway stanchions with stainless steel hinged boarding ladders with oval treads, which close up to form the side-gates.
Wire gate to pushpit.
Stainless steel bathing ladder with oval treads.
Multiplex passerelle with teak chock, socket on top rung and modified pushpit.
Passerelle base plate and handrails replaced (Nov 2019).
1 x Solimar flush foredeck hatch with clear acrylic lens. Hinged to forward edge.
2 x Lewmar recessed Size 30, medium profile, over the heads.
2 x Lewmar recessed Size 54, medium profile, over the forward cabins.
2 x Solimar flush aft deck hatches, one of which gives access via ladder to the aft cabin.
5 x short alloy-framed Gebo opening ports in coachroof sides (silver anodised).
2 x long alloy-framed Gebo opening ports into cockpit from galley and mid starboard cabin (Silver anodised).
7 x alloy-framed, custom-made, deck saloon windows in toughened and laminated smoked glass (two forward windows to open). Outer window frames are black powder-coated whilst visible inner frames are warm white. Two opening windows incorporate gas strut support stays.
9 x direct bonded non opening acrylic hull ports.
6 x vertical, direct bonded, non opening, frameless hull ports in saloon.
Tinted acrylic, vertical sliding washboard to companionway.
Lazarette hatch - Full width teak central Solimar flush hatch, with hinged lid and drain channels, rubber seals and positive closing. Stainless steel gas struts fitted to the lid.
Large acrylic fold-down sprayhood fitted over custom stainless steel hoops and stainless steel grabrail to the aft edge with leather cover. The hood incorporates see-through panels forward, with central zip down window and mesh pockets, in Weathermax, colour ‘Taupe’.
Padded cockpit table cover, with velcro flaps, leather corners and additional mesh pockets in Weathermax, colour ‘Taupe’.
Bimini acrylic cover in Weathermax, colour ‘Taupe’, with window for boom light.
Cockpit cushions and sunbathing cushions on foredeck, colour ‘Sahara Sky’.
Tubular pushpit backrests in Silvertex ‘Taupe’. Helmseat backrest upgraded to Silvertex ‘Taupe’.
Wheel and pedestal covers in Weathermax, colour ‘Taupe’.
Rib cover over davits in Weathermax, colour ‘Taupe’.
Hot and cold freshwater deck shower in transom locker.
Cold freshwater anchor deck wash in bow.
Walk-through teak laid cockpit.
Teak gloss varnished cockpit table with stainless steel frame and GRP box.
Lewmar torque rod steering system.
Emergency stainless steel tiller can be mounted on top of rudder stock.
Twin pedestals, each one incorporating a 1.12m (44”) diameter Mini-Maxi type stainless steel wheel, friction brake, and a three bearing steering unit.
‘Tan’ suede leather cover over the wheels, partially covering the spokes.
Cooney S300 stainless steel electric davits (300kg maximum load) including belly bands, stainless steel ratchet straps. Ensign bracket relocated to davits.
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit, with gate for boarding at stern.
760mm (30”) stainless steel stanchions and bases with double stainless steel wire guardrails, mounted on bulwark.
4 x under-deck dorade boxes with stainless steel cowls and guardrails on forward coachroof top and two under-deck dorade boxes for aft cabin with stainless steel cowls.
Pair of gateway stanchions, with close up gates for boarding and stainless steel tread plates to all three gates.
Stainless steel stemhead fitting with twin bronze rollers, one roller is designed to stow the anchor.
Stainless steel chainplate assemblies.
2 x stainless steel grabrails on cabin top. Two additional stainless steel grab handles on transom.
Pair of stainless steel upholstered backrest rails fitted at the helm positions.
Stainless steel hinged ladder on transom.
6 x stainless steel U-bolts for safety harness attachment in cockpit, four in forward section of the cockpit, two in the helm area.
2 x folding padeyes on foredeck for halyard parking.
6 x Wichard folding padeyes in lieu of U-bolts for cockpit harness points, four in cockpit and two at helm.
4 x folding padeyes for side jackstays, two forward and two aft (MCA requirement).
Liferaft stowage in pushpit with float-free fitting under seat stowage.
4 x fixed stainless steel C-Quip cleats.
2 x fairleads and fixed cleats mounted on stern for mooring stern-to.
1 x pair of 203mm (8”) stainless steel cockpit cleats for sheets.
1 x stainless steel cup holder at each pedestal (two in total).
Extra pair of mugholders in bins alongside companionway.
Teak slatted seats on stern.
Custom clips under helm seat for stowage of white emergency flares.
Lazarette with folding step, hanging bar for rope stowage and shelf for stowage.
Deck fillers for two fuel and two water tanks .
MAST AND RIGGING
Cutter rig with triple spreaders.
Formula Stoway hydraulic in-mast furling.
Fittings, etc., for discontinuous wire rigging.
2-function remote control panel in cockpit for manually operated hydraulic backstay and vang.
Second dyneema spinnaker halyard and Spinlock jammer on mast.
Preventer lines, with tails and fittings for stowage to the forward end of the boom, to attach to foreguys.
Folding mast steps x 2 at mast head.
Folding mast steps x 2 at deck level.
2 x ‘No Strike’ ion dissipators on masthead, mast step bonded to keel bolt. Capshroud chainplates bonded to keel bolt with stainless steel tang and welding cable.
Trisail track on mast, Antel HS22.
Passerelle halyard, doubles up as second main halyard and includes two clutches on the mast.
Reckmann hydraulic furling headstay.
Reckmann hydraulic furling inner stay.
Headsail and staysail furling repeater buttons on each pedestal, along with additional furling buttons on cockpit coaming.
2 x Lewmar 77 CEST three-speed electric drive, self-tailing primary winches.
2 x Lewmar 58 CEST electric drive, self-tailing, secondary winches.
2 x Lewmar 58 CEST single-speed electric, self-tailing mainsheet winch.
1 x Lewmar 58 CST two-speed, self-tailing genoa and staysail halyard winch fitted on mast.
1 x Lewmar 58 CEST single-speed, electric, self-tailing winch fitted on deck alongside the mast to starboard, with additional stand up block.
Spinnaker package with single carbon pole, vertically stowed on the mast, with butt hoist winch, halyard and clutch, pole topping lift, pair sheets, foreguys, blocks and fittings. Including all deck fittings for sheets, guys, pair foreguys and two clutches.
UltraX in-mast furling mainsail with battens Norlam Tour Ultra X.
Furling genoa NorLam Ultra X.
Furling staysail NorLam Tour Ultra X.
Includes sailkote to all the above.
Assymetric, custom fit with lion logo.
Oxley inflatable snuffer.
Genoa and staysail serviced by North Sails - UV strip repainted, cleaned and valeted (Feb 2020).
Mainsail valeted by North Sails (Nov 2020).
AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS
Status Omni directional aerial mounted at masthead for TV and FM.
32” TV on a lift, including DVD player.
Samsung widescreen HD LED TV. HDMI. Connected to Fusion stereo. TV audio output connected to Fusion FM tuner. CD/DVD player with 4ch amp built in. Bluetooth built in, connected to TV audio output. Wired to saloon and cockpit.
Stereo FM Radio/CD Player with iPod and iPhone connectivity. Fitted with twin loudspeakers in the deck saloon headlining and fader control to switch from saloon to the two waterproof cockpit loudspeakers.
Fusion universal dock.
Fusion MS-NRX200i waterproof remote control.
Pair of cockpit speakers.
Turbo charged, four-cylinder Volvo D4-180 with maximum potential power of 132kW (180HP) at 2,800RPM.
12V start with ZF63A gearbox, 2:52:1 reduction.
Engine Racor filter to twin 75/500 FGX unit with change over and vacuum condition gauge, including stainless steel drip tray.
Monitoring the engine via EVC 4” control display, with an array of alarms, engine and fuel consumption information.
Engine exhaust is a Halyard Marine system with water separator and water-lock, both in GRP.
Engine serviced by Volvo Penta January 2020.
Approximately 2,189 hours at January 2021.
4-bladed, 660mm (26”) diameter Brunton Varifold folding propeller with a 51mm (2”) diameter stainless steel propeller shaft and Tides Marine lip sealed, water injected fed shaft seal.
Propeller and propeller shaft polished (Winter 2020).
Ambassador rope cutter on propeller shaft (new Winter 2020).
115 Amp 12V alternator for start battery charging.
Mastervolt 150 amp 24V high output alternator for domestic battery charging, controlled by a Mastervolt Alpha Pro Regulator.
Generator starting battery is charged by its own alternator.
Onan 17.5kw - 220V 50hz 21.5kw/110V 60hz generator.
Approximately 1,617 hours at January 2021.
Sleipner SP240 24V-DC tunnel bowthruster.
Joystick control at port pedestal.
2 x dedicated batteries fitted at forepeak with remote heavy-duty circuit breaker located in the sail locker.
Whitlock Mamba rod (1/2 hp motor) and gearbox system.
Lewmar Commander 400 hydraulic power pack with four functions for headsail, staysail, mainsail and outhaul. Hydraulics checked (Oct 2020).
Cruisair air conditioning consisting of 3 x units (1 x 16,000 saloon, 1 x 12,000 aft cabin with duct to side cabin, 1 x 8,000 forward cabin with duct to starboard cabin) totalling 36,000BTU. AC units checked (Oct 2019).
Seafresh 208A-220v AC watermaker (approximately 140 litres/hour) complete with product gauge and remote panel. Serviced and winterised (Oct 2020).
1,700 litres approximately (374 Imp gallons/449 US gallons) in two GRP tanks installed amidships and forward. These tanks are lined with inert gelcoat, fitted with baffles, have multiple inspection covers and a remote deck filler with separate breather.
24V DC fuel transfer system controlled from the DC switch panel and located near to the main tank’s dipstick.
1,200 litres approximately (264 Imp gallons/317 US gallons) in two GRP tanks. These tanks are lined with inert gelcoat, fitted with baffles, have multiple inspection covers and a remote deck filler with separate breather.
Water and fuel tank breathers swan-necked (MCA requirement).
TANK TENDER GAUGES
Electronic tank monitoring system.
Back-up calibrated dipsticks and calibration chart.
From an insulated 73 litre (approximately) tank supplied by the engine’s heat exchanger, or thermostatically-controlled 230V, 1.25kW immersion heater elements powered by the generator or dockside power.
Thermostatic blender valve and an expansion tank are fitted for safety.
PRESSURISED HOT AND COLD
Supplied by a high capacity water pump with PEX/PBT pipework and fittings.
Three fitted gravity discharge polyethylene holding tanks on each of the heads fitted in-line with their discharge pipes, with contents gauge, deck pump out and flushing points.
Showers and washbasins drain into small, local greywater sump tanks and are then evacuated by an electric pump which discharge directly overboard.
Galley sink empties via an electric pump, operated by a Vimar rocker switch.
Shower boxes have float switches with manual backup switches.
Seawater manifold in service pit, to minimise through hull fittings.
All seacocks exercised and lubricated (Winter 2020).
Eight double sockets of British 3-pin type located as follows: two in aft cabin, one on starboard side and one over tall boy. Two in galley in standard positions, one at chart table, one in sail locker (waterproof). One in standard double berth cabin and one in port twin.
Units are from the Vimar Idea Range with chrome Classica surrounds.
OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS
Water resistant double socket in lazarette with breaker on AC panel.
Bank of 8 x 800Ah vertical 2V gel cell batteries.
Battery venting hose ‘swan necked’ (MCA requirement).
Engine start: Separate 12V, 190 Amp hour (approximately) (800 CCA) battery bank (2 x 12V at 95A).
Generator start: Separate 12V generator starting battery.
All batteries are positively secured against inversion in the case of a knockdown.
All battery stowage areas are vented by fan assisted ducting to the exterior of the vessel.
Mastervolt 24V 100A chargemaster battery charger with Masterview Easy control.
Second Mastervolt ‘Chargemaster’ 220V MASS 24/100A charger.
Engine start to generator start battery 12V ‘emergency’ link (MCA requirement).
24/2500 230V Mastervolt Inverter Mass Sine Wave, designed for light loads only.
1 x 32A dockside power cable, 3-core double-insulated PVC, 18m in length. Hubbell socket shore power connection located within a dedicated transom step locker. Dock-end of the cable is fitted with a 3-pin, 32A plug.
Additional second 32A shore power supply.
53 x LED overhead lights. Saloon LED overhead and underdeck lighting is dimmable.
6 x LED lights - two in engine room, two in lazarette, two in sail locker.
8 x LED reading lights in stainless steel.
1 x LED flexible chart table light.
6 x LED ‘soft white’ strip lights to hull port recesses in saloon, galley deckhead and chart table. Additional ‘soft white’ strip lighting to saloon sofa kick recesses.
1 x set of concealed LED strip lights in saloon/galley headlinings and above chart table fascia.
3 x auto lights in hanging lockers (light rails). Additional LED strip light with micro switch to wine rack and bottle storage locker in saloon.
2 x automatic door lights (fridge and freezer).
3 x red courtesy lights at saloon steps, one at each step.
3 x red overhead lights (at galley, chart table and forward port day heads).
Saloon, aft cabin and galley lights are double switched, indirect lights are centrally switched, reading and berth lights are self switched. Light switches and 230V sockets are used throughout from the Vimar Idea range with chrome Classica surrounds.
Low level LED lighting on transom, steps, walkway and cockpit.
A Lopolight stern navigation light is mounted on the transom.
Lopolight LED Tri-white anchor light at masthead.
Boom light over cockpit table, switched at pedestal.
One pair of spreader lights on lower spreaders, switched at pedestal.
Aqua signal ‘Kiel’ deck floodlight.
Lopolight steaming light.
All pedestal EAO switches and compass lights are dimmable.
Maximum of eight berths, in four cabins, without using the saloon for sleeping, with three heads and showers.
Interior joinery in vertical American oak, quarter sawn with water based varnish.
Soleboards in veneered teak planking effect with staggered butt joints, flush lifting rings and no grooves throughout, including owner’s stateroom. Custom raised sole margins throughout all cabins to allow for unnatural flooring.
Essential features include sculpted fiddles and grabrails, shadow-gap joints between joinery panels, solid, shaped wood and stainless steel grab handles, solid framed styled doors, with laid veneers and soft-close seals.
Upholstered and padded panels for headboards, seating and berth sides, where appropriate, rolled edge, vinyl-covered mouldings for the saloon deck/coachroof carlin line, warm white inside frames to deck saloon windows, stitched panel detailing to upholstered seat cushions and wide sole margins in solid teak. Interior exposed hull and deck surfaces are lined, principally with fabric-covered ply panels, which are demountable for access.
Headlining vinyl is a warm white fabric, matching deck saloon sides. Hullports are set into GRP liner mouldings. The saloon also uses a darker headlining material on the two main longitudinal panels, the port one flowing over into the galley ceiling. Removable foam backed mast cover and saloon table cover in headlining material.
Insides of upper lockers in heads and galley are in white mica laminate. Lower lockers are white flocoat. Lockers in the saloon and all upper lockers in cabins are timber-lined with removable outboard panels fabric-covered. Hanging lockers are lined with cedarwood ply panels. Lockers are fitted with shelves and fiddles as appropriate. All drawers use metal runners with a soft-close feature, which gives a very smooth operation. Door furniture comes with chrome hinges and handles.
Caframo fans, Bora model, colour ‘White’ x 6.
Six Oceanair Skyscreen blinds with integral mosquito mesh are fitted to all overhead deck hatches. All coachroof and hull ports have white Oceanair blinds. For safety, the hullport outboard of the cooker is not fitted with a blind. The deck saloon windows have pull-down Oceanair Skysol blinds
Flyscreens to five Gebo ports in coachroof.
Saloon settees, navigator’s seat and aft cabin seat are in Alcantara. The upholstery style allows for a comfortable, casual look with a ‘double stitched boxed’ design on the seats and backrests.
Aft cabin headboard is in a woven and textured fabric with all other headboards and berth side panels in a woven fabric only.
The cabin berths are made using the standard machine washable Oyster fabric. Mattress covers are fitted with a zippered side opening and rot-resistant vinyl on the underside, profiled for ventilation. All cushion foam is fire retardant and meets CMHR040 requirements.
Sea berths have Dacron lee screens fitted with lanyards to removable eye mounting points.
FORWARD CREW CABIN/SAIL LOCKER
Accessed via its own deck hatch or the port side guest head/shower.
Port side bench and starboard removable pipe with two height settings and canvas side with possibility to convert to pipe cot.
Lockers in lower half on port side.
Waterproof mattress and mattress cover.
Warp storage rail to port.
Walls a mixture of ‘White’ formica, flocoat sides with teak slats for ventilation.
Four fold down steps.
Timber watertight door.
PORT FORWARD TWIN CABIN
To port, is a twin guest cabin. Mirror on forward bulkhead adjacent to hanging locker.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER/DAY HEAD
Forward of the port twin cabin is a head with shower compartment. This acts as a day head via the forward corridor.
Electric freshwater/saltwater flush.
Moulded white washbasin set into a flat, solid Avonite surface, colour ‘Kaleidoscope K3-8200’ with satin finish. Hansgrohe quality mixer taps and thermostatic shower controls, together with toothbrush tumbler, soap dispenser, toilet roll holder and toilet brush. Mirror. Finish utilises a GRP moulding, ‘White’ formica and timber locker front. Lockers for washbag and towel stowage.
Showers are separated from toilet areas by acrylic doors.
Heated towel rail.
Half height mirror on outside of heads door, with bevelled edge.
Removable 4 x hook wet weather gear hanger in shower headlining.
STARBOARD FORWARD DOUBLE CABIN
To starboard, forward of the saloon, is a double guest stateroom with one hanging locker and its own head complete with separate shower stall.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER
Electric freshwater flush.
Moulded white washbasin set into a flat solid, Avonite surface, colour ‘Kaleidoscope K3-8200’ with satin finish. Hansgrohe quality mixer taps and thermostatic shower controls, together with toothbrush tumbler, soap dispenser, toilet roll holder and toilet brush. Mirror. Finish utilises a GRP moulding, ‘White’ formica and timber locker front. Lockers for wash-bag and towel stowage.
Heated towel rail.
Access to the saloon from the companionway is down a set of shaped timber steps, set into a hidden stainless ladder frame. Two oval stainless steel grab handles are fitted either side of the companionway opening and also in the saloon deckhead.
The saloon is extremely light and airy with seven deck saloon windows. Two of the three forward ones can be opened. There are six vertical fixed windows to the hull sides in saloon, that give a seascape vista whilst at anchor and underway.
To port of the main saloon is a comfortable settee with a lift up TV.
The saloon features a folding dining table with oak quarter sawn running fore and aft border and teak inlay. Stainless steel handrail on table in closed position. Storage support leg under saloon seat with bottle stowage in table pedestal. Two director’s chairs provide additional seating.
Settee area to starboard, outboard of which is a locker and a central shelf to the hull-ports.
12 x bottle wine rack and spirit bottle storage in locker to starboard of mast, with LED strip light on micro switch.
NAVIGATION AREA/CHART TABLE
The chart area is at the aft starboard end of the saloon. It allows for all instruments to be mounted in the optimum viewing position for ease of reading strategically sited and flush-mounted in a varnish horizontally grained teak fascia. A small support stay is fitted on the chart table lid. There is provision for the stowage of several Admiralty-size, half-folded charts.
A small book shelf is provided for navigational books, almanacs, etc.
Teak panel for instrument mounting with horizontal grain.
AC and DC electrical panels are located to portside of the companionway.
Located to port of the cockpit and aft of the saloon.
Avonite counter tops with upstands, colour ‘Cozumel K3-8575’ with satin finish.
Two of four upper lockers in galley custom-fit with slide out baskets.
Routered grooves for drainage at aft end of sink.
Jabsco charcoal water filter on galley cold supply.
GN Espace Oceanchef XL cooker, five burners.
Panasonic Duo stainless steel combined 900w microwave/grill.
Front-opening stainless steel refrigerator and freezer unit.
Frigomatic 24V DC refrigeration unit.
Both insulated boxes have evaporator plates fitted.
Both units serviced (Oct 2019).
Miele WT 2780 220V washer/dryer in locker, forward of freezer.
STARBOARD AFT CABIN
Aft of the saloon is a twin berth guest cabin with upper and lower berths.
Engine access is provided in this area by two large opening doors.
Wire baskets for oil, coolant and filter storage.
Accessed via double doors from the starboard amidships cabin via panels fitted with rubber sealing strips to minimise noise and secured by positive catches.
24V lighting and two 24V DC x 100mm extractor fans and switched at the DC electrical panel.
Automatic fire extinguisher with remote indicator light and automatic fire extinguisher mounted within the generator sound shield, specifically for the generator.
Engine bearers form a self-contained sump to contain and prevent any oil spillage running into the main bilge area. A limber tube runs through the sump to enable any bilge water from the aft part of the yacht to run forward without cross-contamination.
The engine room is built of Barrifloor (or equivalent) sound insulating plywood, insulated with a composite of foam and high density polymer sound absorbing materials with an overall thickness of 60mm.
Configured with a double berth offset from the centre line to port. There is a tall boy in aft cabin in lieu of writing desk, with opening top and drawers, chaise longue upholstered seat, back and side, with back rest extending above joinery for headrest to starboard of aft cabin.
Hanging locker with 4” mirror inside of door with 180 degree hinges.
Abundant drawer and locker space.
There is access to the aft head/shower to starboard, and a door to the galley to port.
Pull-out stainless steel ladder gives deck access via the starboard aft overhead hatch.
4 brick safe with digital keyboard.
Teak bulkhead with upholstered headboard cut out, in Alcantara, colour ‘Aubusson’.
Berth surround in oak.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER
Electric freshwater flush.
Moulded white washbasin set into a flat solid, Avonite surface, colour ‘Kaleidoscope K3-8200’ with satin finish. Hansgrohe quality mixer taps and thermostatic shower controls, together with toothbrush tumbler, soap dispenser, toilet roll holder and toilet brush. Mirror. Finish utilises a GRP moulding, ‘White’ formica and timber locker front. Lockers for washbag and towel stowage.
Heated towel rail.
Stainless steel curved handrail 300mm fitted in shower.
Jabsco 3” extractor fan to vent owner’s heads.
SIRS Major (150mm) compass.
3 x Raymarine A65 touch screen multifunction displays integrated with the Chart Plotter.
Additional i70 at the port pedestal.
RADAR/GPS AND CHART PLOTTER
Raymarine eS9 chart plotter with integrated Digital Radar and built-in 50-channel Global Positioning System (GPS), interfaced to the autopilot, at the chart table.
Raymarine eS12 plotter at pedestal.
Raymarine AIS 650 Class B transceiver with dedicated GPS and VHF antenna.
Raymarine automatic pilot with Whitlock Mamba 24V 1/2hp drive unit close coupled to the reduction gearbox at the rudder head, Evolution course computer and p70 autopilot control head at the port pedestal.
Windex type wind indicator at masthead.
Furuno NX300 Navtex, including Furuno antenna.
Raymarine Ray 260E Class D-DSC VHF radio-telephone with masthead antenna.
Hailer/horn mounted on mast (MCA requirement).
Second station and speaker in cockpit.
Sailor Fleet (max 100kbps data) and up to 200 miles offshore.
Sailor antenna mast mounted.
Comrod spreader mounted 4G antenna with LMR coaxial cable assembly.
Glomax spreader mounted Wi-Fi antenna with LMR coaxial.
Cisco powered 8 port gigabit ethernet switch.
Cisco Wi-Fi access point, simultaneous dual band.
4G EU/Asia G2 Model wireless client, card and router. Provides connection to shore.
AG Neovo 17” Monitor on the chart table which connects to a laptop.
Vitron Orion DC-DC 12VDC filtered power supply for PC components.
2 x Ocean ISO 9650 SOLAS B 6-man liferafts with hydrostatic releases (require replacement) and webbing straps (MCA requirement).
Next service due January 2022.
EPIRB and EPIRB hydrostatic release.
Raymarine Quantum radar.
Echomax Active-XS dual band active radar target enhancer.
Echomax 230 radar reflector on mast, colour ‘White’ MCA requirement.
Electric bilge pump Utility Puppy 3000 with Par hydro air switch. Switch mounted in the bilge on an easily removable arm to facilitate maintenance.
Rule 3700 electric submersible bilge pump in addition to standard bilge pump.
Three-position switch is fitted on the DC control panel to allow Off/On/Auto operation.
Henderson MkV manual bilge pump (rated at 135 1pm) operated from the cockpit and fitted with metal deckplate.
1 x ‘White’ Ocean Safety horseshoe buoy with light, drogue and bracket.
Webbing jackstays, colour ‘Gold’ (MCA requirement).
Various, including automatic fire extinguisher, with additional manual cable operation (MCA requirement).
1 x fire blanket for galley.
Fire blankets to engine room air inlets/outlets with remote activation of fire extinguisher (MCA requirement)
Bilge high water alarm at pedestal, different noise to engine alarm (MCA requirement).
Gas alarm with two sensors, one in galley and one in bilge.
OTHER SAFETY FEATURES
Gas regulator with electric fail-safe solenoid shut-off valve.
Safety ‘kill’ switch mounted at steering pedestal to allow isolation of powered deck gear in the event of an emergency.
Non-slip tape on deck hatches on foredeck (MCA requirement).
LCJ Capteurs Baroplug NMEA2000 barometer displays pressure on chart plotters.
Engine room exposed GRP surfaces painted with intumescent paint/gel.
AB 12ft aluminium rib model 12ALX, with a Mercury Marine 30HP engine, model number 1A30413EL.
Dinghy hauled out Sept 2020. Serviced March 2020.
WARPS AND FENDERS
Anchor chain relieving strop.
Oyster customised Royal Doulton fine bone china yacht crockery including coffee mugs, bowls, dinner and side plates for 12.
Polycarbonate wine glasses and highball tumblers for 12.
Oyster customised stainless steel cutlery by Robert Welch for 12.
4 brick safe with digital keyboard in owner’s stateroom.
BETA 55-piece marine toolkit in sealed box.
ASSORTED TOOLS, SPARES
NB: All personal belongings and all other items not expressly listed in the above inventory are excluded from the sale.
Viewing through Oyster Brokerage.
Name ‘Boarding Pass IV’ to be retained by the vendor.
Inventory not yet verified by the owner.
Issue 1 (GO/YO/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.