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  3. Oyster 745

    2019
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    Two metres longer than the Oyster 675, three shorter than the 825, the sleek-topped 22.7m Oyster 745, announced in 2013 and now fully in build, brings interesting new thinking and great new opportunity, drawing as she does on the particular experience of the 12 very varied 825s and 885s. Through these 12 80-plus-footers there are very different expressions of layout and balance between owner, guest and crew requirements, adding into the mix up to three levels of saloon roof and floor, with apportionment of space essentially based on six cabins, six heads for the 885, five cabins, five heads, for the 825 – a huge versatility within the strengthening Oyster approach of ‘say yes’ to owners requests. Next in line, within the previous single rudder generation, was the 72/725 with five cabins, four heads. Beautiful lines and handling but with two guest cabins aft sharing heads and shower, and the forward guest cabin accessed via the crew and galley area, not everyone’s optimal solution. The key difference between the 725 and the 72 was the incorporation of the vertical, three-stripe Seascape windows into the same hull and floorplan initially at the request of one owner which was then picked up by others. The rebadging as the 725 was driven by the owners who wanted to enjoy the difference between their 725s and the successful 72s – from this partnership, three Oyster 725s have been built. For the new Oyster 745, with a clean design slate, these issues have been swept aside, making way for a very spacious four cabin, four head layout by electing to have not three full cabins aft, just two with a very versatile side-space bridging the sleeping and living areas aft and the amidships, and also resolving private forward access by adopting the bigger 825’s successful walkway either side of the mast. With this, guests have one side forward, crew the other, and the galley/crew door can close the whole of that area. Of these significant introductions, Oyster CEO David Tydeman says, “You get a really nice master cabin with big ensuite, and a very good guest double cabin which can be either double, twin, or Pullmans, or combination of all of these. And rather than use the leftover space as a fourth guest cabin, we designed this area with a number of options. Given this is more of an owner-driver’s boat, this can be a ship’s office for the owner, with a desk, with a chart table, enclosed or open plan, and a comfortable L-shaped snug just off the main saloon and dining area."  Left open plan, it creates a great space for sitting and relaxing, while pouring even more light and space into that aft guest deck, a convivial or quiet lower deck saloon with library or any level of AV equipment including 40in (100cm) deckhead fold- down television. Alternatively it can be laundry and store or a bunked space for extra occasional berthing. The evolution through design generations to the current wide beam aft and high freeboard has contributed to a leap in interior volume for this new, more open accommodation plan. Below the sheerline volume is a full 210m3, astonishingly just 20 less than the Oyster 82 which despite its three metres extra length measured 230m3. In the Oyster 675 update in the Oyster Magazine (Issue 77) we talk of a new Oyster construction method and the 745 was the first in the line built this way with hull shell completely of vinylester resin with continuous rather than conventional multi-directional fibres, and a vacuum infused girder structure within, giving greater rigidity and strength for weight. And as with the 675, taking advantage of the construction processes and using them to enhance the cruising experience, here again a little more power has been designed into the rig and keel, the latter with a little more chord length fore and aft and slightly deeper draft complementing the twin rudder hull and full beam aft. There’s also a centreboard option if shallower draft capability is sought.

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  5. Oyster 575

    Ipswich, Suffolk, United Kingdom
    2013
    $1,717,341

    PRICE REDUCED The Oyster 575 was designed as a replacement for the Oyster 56, a tough act to follow as the 56 was our best selling model with seventy-five launched. The 575 is only a little longer than the 56 but fills the same niche – a safe, comfortable, ocean-going cruising yacht, that is also compact enough to be handled by a couple. When compared to the 56, the 575 has longer waterline, more powerful aft sections and more sail area, but the real difference is in her internal volume, which allows much larger cabins and more space in the saloon and galley. On deck the 575 is the smallest Oyster to be launched with wheels, a great feature that improves the view from the helm, but also permits easy access into the cockpit and below from the aft deck. With nearly forty-five 575s launched from 2010 to the present, exceeded all our expectations, and continues to sell well. There were plenty of options for 575 buyers – the stern could be specified with classic retroussé transom and sugar scoop or extended transom with counter stern. Keel choices were deep high-performance bulb, shoal or lifting keel, and there were other options around the rig and interior layout. Launched in 2013, and specified by an experienced Oyster owner, Helen is a true blue water cruiser and liveaboard. She has a lifting keel, so she draws just 1.65m (5’5”) with the keel up and 3.82m (12’6”) with keel down, giving her unrivalled access to shallower harbours and creeks and reducing dinghy journeys. Helen is easy to handle, with push button hydraulic furling to her mainsail, staysail and genoa. Below decks the owner has tweaked the standard layout; there is a door into the owners stateroom from the fourth cabin, which allows access to the owner’s stateroom without pushing past the chef. Forward, there is an additional head/shower so Helen has berths for eight in four cabins, with three head/shower giving a versatile and flexible layout. Helen is very well presented and her owner has brought her back to Ipswich to be sold, so an early viewing is recommended.

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