An excellent example of the Oyster LD43 motor launch, offering high-speed sea keeping abilities, making for effortless long distance cruising. The twin water jet computer controlled propulsion system enables the vessel to be handled with the greatest of ease. This example offers a high specification of interior fit out. Early viewing recommended.
Having purchased the vessel for her looks and elegance we found it to be a great family day boat with comfort and easy to drive with the mouse system it has onboard giving us no worries when berthing. The saloon area has been designed fantastically with 360-degree view; the aft doors opening to the aft deck area making it feel as if you were in one room. With the shallow draft we found it easy at any tide to enter marinas and bays in remote locations, which we would not be able to with other boats of her size.
Early 2014 we decided to MCA code the vessel, which showed a lot of interest in our company and corporate entertaining in the Solent.
Reason for sale is only due to our family increase, which means larger vessel needed to accommodate us all. We will be sad to let her go.
Incorporates a high tech, weight saving, composite structure using vinylester resin and a combination of e-glass, Kevlar and carbon fibre for ultimate strength.
The hull is solid laminate below the waterline.
Gelcoat colour is dark blue with a gold cove line and single white boot top line.
Topsides and deck are cored balsa for strength and insulation.
Side decks, forward coach roof and cockpit seat tops will incorporate a moulded non –slip pattern.
The foredeck area has a flush locker housing the anchor and chain.
A fold out stemhead roller is housed flush within the anchor locker when not in use.
Teak toe rail is fitted around the deck edge; a pair of chromed bronze fairleads is fitted at bow and stern and a half oval stainless steel rub rail is fitted to protect the deck edge.
Six stainless steel mooring cleats are fitted and the side decks house remote fillers for fuel, water and holding tank pump out.
Four folding stainless steel deck pad eyes are fitted on each side deck for fender attachment.
The cockpit sole and stern platform are trimmed with laid teak planking and the sole incorporates a lazarette locker at the aft end for equipment storage and also gives access to the jet drives and steering gear.
The cockpit seats incorporate stowage lockers with hinged lids and are designed to drain overboard via the cockpit floor.
Built to comply with the requirements for Category B – Offshore.
10kg Delta Anchor and 60m of 8mm chain.
Electric anchor windlass configured for dual helm station/foredeck operation.
Boarding/bathing platform, which accommodates a folding stainless steel bathing ladder.
Three glazed opening hatches over the forward cabin, WC area and galley.
Two oval ports are fitted in the coachroof sides in the WC and galley areas.
Self-draining with opening door to the boarding/bathing platform.
Cockpit sole and stern platform are trimmed with laid teak planking.
Aft window and door system retracts to create an open-plan saloon/cockpit area.
Electric patio doors.
Cockpit seats incorporate stowage lockers with hinged lids and are designed to drain overboard via the cockpit floor.
Recesses in the cockpit allow stowage of four fenders, fishing rods, etc.
Ezi-dri foam cockpit cushions including fixing studs, covered in fabric.
Bimini and cockpit enclosure in standard tan.
Hot and cold freshwater deck shower in aft coaming.
Cockpit table in teak and stainless steel with folding leaves is permanently secured to the cockpit sole. Centre section incorporates a drinks fridge.
6 stainless steel mooring cleats.
Remote fillers for fuel, water and holding tank pump out.
4 x folding stainless steel deck pad eyes, fitted each side for fender attachment.
Bow socket for jack staff.
Pair of chromed bronze fairleads fitted at bow and stern.
A half oval stainless rub rail is fitted to protect the deck edge.
Teak cockpit coamings and saloon trim running forward are trimmed with a varnished teak capping.
Double berth in forward cabin plus two settee berths in saloon.
Interior joinery finished in teak.
Cameo Matisse off-white leather upholstery to saloon.
From forward –
Double berth with custom mattress on base, hinged to access large under berth stowage area with gas strut for easy access.
Hanging locker with rail to port, vanity unit with drawers under to starboard.
Night screen for overhead hatch.
Vanity surface in Avonite, colour Black Lava.
Push-button freshwater Quiet Flush WC, washbasin and separate shower stall.
220/110V shaver socket.
Counter surfaces in Black Avonite.
Abundant stowage including custom stowage for cutlery, crockery and glassware.
Double stainless steel sink. Mixer tap with pressurized hot and cold water supply.
110V electric hob.
Combination microwave oven and grill.
Frigomatic front opening stainless steel electric refrigerator.
Pair of shock dampened adjustable pilot seats with footrests for helmsman and pilot.
Electric hydraulic steering with engine, navigation instruments and pump controls in line of sight to helmsman.
Pair of stop start controls for engines and individual single lever throttle/waterjet controls.
Single joystick control for low speed manoeuvring.
Electric screen wipers with freshwater wash for forward windscreens.
Pilot area incorporates a countertop for chart use and within this area a flatscreen display
and DVD system are housed.
The engine area is insulated with specialist sound proofing material.
Access to the engine room area for inspection and maintenance is via inspection hatches in the saloon floor and the two large hinged settee units fitted with electrically operated lifts. Service lights, extraction fans and fire extinguisher fitted.
Saloon settees double as sleeping berths and the whole saloon settee areas on both sides of the vessel are hinged to allow access to the engines and machinery area beneath.
A pair of joinered saloon tables on pedestals incorporates satin varnished folding leaves, which join together when required to create a large table area across the saloon.
AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS
FM radio with CD player speakers in saloon and cockpit.
Sharp 20” approximately flat screen and DVD player in saloon.
2 x Yanmar 6LY3M-ETP 480hp diesels, which are independently installed with their own water-injected exhaust system, starter battery, electrics and plumbing.
Two Racor fuel filters/water separators are fitted with alarms at the helm station.
Extra sound insulation.
350 hours at February 2016, with regular annual servicing.
2 x Hamilton 292 jet units are driven through ZF reduction gearboxes and lay shafts.
Mastervolt Whisper 6000, 110V 8kW diesel generator installed with acoustic sound shield, remote controls and monitoring to power battery charger, ring main, air-conditioning and electric hob when dockside power is not available.
76 hours run at February 2016.
Electro hydraulic steering with engine and navigation instruments in line of sight to helmsman.
Hamilton Blue Arrow computerised control system for speed manoeuvring operated by “Mouseboat” controller.
Pair of stop start controls for engine and individual single lever throttle/waterjet controls.
Dessalator Duo 60, runs off AC and DC.
Cruisair 16,000 BTU reverse cycle provides cooling/heating to the saloon.
From two-baffled aluminium tanks installed under each side deck each dedicated to
A balance pipe system is installed to facilitate with interconnection of tanks if required.
An integral freshwater tank of 340 litres (75 Imperial gallons) supplies a pressurised
water system to galley, WC and deck shower. Water is heated from engine cooling
system and AC immersion heater.
Galley sink drains through own outlet.
WC holding tank with contents gauge, sea discharge and deck pump out facility.
12V DC electric system with circuit breaker protection supplied via heavy-duty battery isolator switches.
12V telephone charger socket.
AC 220V and 110V system with protected ring main and dockside connection and
25m power cable.
Double outlet sockets in saloon, galley and forward cabin.
Water heating additionally via 110V immersion heater in calorifier.
Domestic: 4 x 6V, 440 Ah total.
Engine and generator start: Battery bank 330 Ah total.
Mastervolt MICC battery management system.
Charging of domestic and engine batteries is from two engine alternators.
Port engine alternator is 80 Ah for charging the start batteries.
Starboard engine alternator is a 100 Ah Belmar unit with smart regulator.
100A/2kW (TV/music/small appliances only).
Dockside connection and 20m power cable.
Interior lighting fitted and switched as appropriate with downlighters throughout, mirror light in WC, reading lights in forward cabin.
Navigation, anchor and steaming lights.
Steering compass with lighting.
Log, boat speed and depth displayed at helm station via Raymarine ST60 system.
Raymarine C120 radar/plotter.
Raymarine ST6002 connected to the Hamilton drive system.
Ray 240 with US channels.
Separate forward and aft automatic pumps direct wired and 3-way switching to allow
Push-button at helm station.
Various including automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay.
Dinghy - Custom modified Avon RIB, with narrower tubs, so that it sits on the aft platform without disturbing the wake.
Outboard -15hp 2-stroke electric start.
Custom launch system for the RIB and outboard on the aft platform.
WARPS AND FENDERS
Oyster customised Wedgwood bone china crockery – six place settings.
Oyster customised Sheffield stainless steel cutlery – six place settings.
HEYCO MARINE TOOL KIT
ASSORTED TOOLS, SPARES AND MANUALS
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 verified by the owner.
Issue 1 (GS/OR/lh)
In this transaction we are acting as Brokers only. We are informed that this sale is not related to the Owner’s business, trade or profession. 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 contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up.
Suite B, Orwell House
Ipswich, Suffolk IP2 8NJ