Call of North is unique, the only Oyster 665 to be launched, and a custom Oyster project.
She is a development of the successful Oyster 655, of which we launched seventeen between 2007 and 2010. Few changes were necessary to the hull, deck or rig, as the 655 was a well established fast cruiser, with excellent performance under sail, and a sleek modern profile. Rob Humphreys’ hull had a finer entry than previous designs and carries her beam further aft, giving better form stability and offwind performance. The most noticeable change to Call of North was the addition of the triple ‘seascape’ windows to the saloon, a feature that had proved wildly popular since its introduction on the Oyster 625 in 2010. The ‘seascape’ windows allow even more light into the yacht, and give a great view out when seated in the saloon.
Call of North was her owner’s second Oyster, and was specified, as her name implies, with a view to some high latitudes cruising, whilst remaining equally at home in warmer waters. Mission accomplished, with a cruise to Alaska completed, she is now back in the UK, and ready for new adventures. For a powerful yacht, she is surprising easy to handle, with hydraulic push button furling to her mainsail, genoa and staysail. She is also specified to be as autonomous and comfortable as possible with a large 17.5kW generator, full air conditioning, upgraded heating, watermaker, satellite phone, electric toilets and washer/dryer.
Below decks she is exquisitely finished in cherry, with V-grooved teak cabin soles, and sleeps eight in four cabins, three of which are en suite. She is owned by an experienced Oyster owner, with a strong engineering background, and has been professionally maintained to a very high standard.
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HULL NUMBER Oyster 665/01.
A composite moulded construction produced using a special NPG gelcoat and a Vinylester laminating resin. Incorporating a high-tech custom, monolithic (single-skin) E-glass/Carbon/Kevlar composite laminate. The composite hull skin is reinforced with a matrix of stringers and floors both above and below the waterline. Bulkheads are plywood. Limber holes and/or tubes are installed at appropriate points. Stringers, bulkhead-landings and floors are formed over a non-structural, inert, polyurethane foam.
Hull in Awlgrip non-metallic grey with cove line and double boot top lines in dark grey.
Designed to the Oyster G5 styling with modern flowing lines, the deck laminate incorporates an end-grain balsa for both insulation and panel stiffness. In load-bearing areas the core is replaced with either marine plywood, or high-density foam and appropriate fittings have backing plates or large washers. The deck laminate specification is specially engineered to optimise strength-to-weight ratio and cosmetic finish with E-Glass being used throughout.
The weather deck, cockpit seats and sole areas are finished with quarter-sawn natural teak planking. All locker hinges and catches are recessed into teak planking. The deck edge incorporates a bulwark with a clean GRP finish creating a new, modern and stylish ‘rolled’ edge that enhances the yacht’s visual appearance with a graceful sheer line. Internal scupper drains along the deck edge prevent topsides from staining when decks are washed down.
High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.
Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.
Incorporating a recessed platform for bathing and boarding, finished with laid teak.A fold down stainless steel bathing/boarding ladder with oval tube treads and three moulded GRP steps, trimmed with teak treads are incorporated into the transom to provide easy 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.
50kg (110lb) Delta anchor.110m of 12mm calibrated, stainless steel chain to match the windlass, joined to 100m of 18mm Octoplait end to a through-bolted stainless steel attachment with a substantial lanyard. Lightweight folding alloy Fortress FX55 kedge anchor with dedicated stowage in sail locker.
Lewmar V6 vertical gypsy/drum type, hydraulic anchor windlass. Two-way, operated on deck by adjacent foot switch controls. Remote windlass switch on port pedestal.
Pair of gateway stanchions and wire side gates for boarding. Gate to pushpit. Stainless steel hinged ladder with safety drop-nose retaining pin on bathing platform. Companionway sliding hatch from the aft owner’s stateroom, via a deck hatch and ladder. 3.2m carbon Multiplex folding passerelle, including, bag, stanchions, brace lines and spreader hanging system, painted in the same colour as boat topsides.
Main sliding companionway hatch closed off by a vertical-sliding acrylic washboard, fitted with a stainless steel ventilation grille.1 x Rondal ‘flush’ foredeck hatch – teak planked, hinged forward with locking catches.1 x Lewmar - Ocean medium profile aft hatch. 4 x Lewmar - Ocean hatches, recessed forward. 1 x aft companionway to starboard GRP sliding hatch with inset clear laminate glass panel and removable teak washboard. 7 x alloy-framed, custom-made, black, deck saloon windows in toughened/laminated, smoked glass - two forward windows opening, incorporating gas strut stays. 9 x alloy-framed, Gebo short, opening hullports with removable flyscreens in owner’s cabin, owner’s head, in aft and forward guest cabins, forward heads and in the galley. 6 x vertical, direct bonded, non-opening frameless hullports in the saloon.1 x alloy-framed Gebo short, opening portlight with removable flyscreens, in the guest cockpit side opening into the galley. 2 x alloy-framed Gebo coachroof ports with removable flyscreens in the coaming sides for the aft guest cabin and aft head.
Fold down companionway sprayhood in Weathermax 80 ‘Taupe’ with ‘Zip-U’ front opening window and leather covered stainless steel grabrail to aft end (new from Dolphin Sails in 2016). Sprayhood stows neatly into trough in the deck saloon roof. Bimini in Weathermax 80 ‘Taupe’ including fixtures and stowage bag. Clear panel and velcro flap for boom lights and two for helmsman to view mainsail. Foredeck awning in Weathermax 80 ‘Taupe’ with removable mesh side shades. Foredeck cushions between pickle fork in ‘Wine’ with ‘Taupe’ piping. Cockpit cushions, including helm seats and laminated backrests, pushpit quarter seats and tubular backrests in in ‘Wine’ with ‘Taupe’ piping. Cockpit table cover in foam-backed vinyl with velcro access flap to lid of insulated box and meshed storage pockets. Helm pedestal and zipped steering wheel covers. Dinghy cover in Weathermax 80 ‘Taupe’ under davits with large zip for access/stowage at sea. Complete set of winch covers in Weathermax 80 ‘Taupe’, including windlass. Floor covers and companionway druggets throughout in Weathermax 80 ‘Taupe’. Additional leather pads on companionway steps.
Hot and cold freshwater deck shower in transom locker.Saltwater anchor/deck wash (stand alone) pump in bow, including hose. Freshwater wash down in bow, including 5m hose and spray gun to reach stemhead and anchor. Freshwater wash down connection point in starboard pedestal base.
The teak-laid cockpit is split into separate steering and guest/crew areas. The aft cockpit has a clear central walkway between twin wheels, giving excellent access from the main companionway to the helm positions and to the aft deck. The helmsman's cockpit has twin custom GRP steering lectern-style pedestals with inset custom grey-faced panels incorporating the controls and instruments. Stainless steel double drinks holders on the outboard side at each helm position. The portside helm seat includes a rope tail locker with a hinged lid. Both helm stations have a permanent backrest cushion fitted on a curved stainless steel tubular frame. Pair of water resistant flush stereo loudspeakers mounted within the coamings, one either side of the guest cockpit. Within the guest/crew cockpit are four cockpit lockers, two under each side seat. Wichard folding padeyes for cockpit harness points.
The guest/crew cockpit features a permanently installed, varnished teak-topped folding table with three leaf extensions at aft end. It incorporates a top opening GRP drinks fridge with 24V DC Frigomatic keel-cooled refrigeration unit held in a robust stainless steel frame with fore and aft foot bars.
Twin custom GRP steering lectern-style pedestals. Mechanical single lever engine control fitted to inboard side of the port steering pedestal. Steering wheels covered with brown suede leather extending to partially cover the spokes.
Cooney S300 stainless steel electric davits (300kg safe working load) with belly straps and stainless ratchets.
Stainless steelpulpit and pushpit.Stainless steel threshold plates at side gates. Stainless steel custom Aqualine cleats with chafe strips, cockpit cleats for sheets and 15” arch cleats under pushpit seats for use in Mediterranean. Pair of closed stainless steel fairleads at bow on cap rail and custom aft fairleads mounted at transom with chafe strips. Stainless steel guard rails over dorade vents. Stainless steel grab rails on deck saloon top. Bow modification to accept Delta anchor. Includes passerelle socket. Recessed anchor locker within the foredeck with forward part providing stowage for kedge anchor, warps, etc., whilst aft part forms the anchor chain locker. Removable vertical divider for additional stowage forward of chain.Forward of mast, between the coachroof coamings is a sunbathing area.Lazarette locker with twin stainless steel gas struts, rope stowage hanging bar and folding access step. Fitted aft, one large shelved stowage area to starboard.Two deck hatches incorporated into the aft coachroof. The starboard one is a GRP moulding with clear acrylic panel that slides open to reveal a companionway giving direct access to the aft cabin, whilst the portside one gives light and ventilation to the aft cabin. Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel with liferaft stowage under. Ensign staff socket. Stainless steel stern pole for aerials and satellite communications, incorporating a swivelling aft deck floodlight, switched at pedestal.Gas locker for additional storage (as no gas onboard), shelving for shoes above.
MAST and RIGGING
Spars by Formula Marine:White aluminium stoway mast. In-mast furling with vertical battens at mainsail leech. Cutter rigged with hydraulic furling for yankee and staysail. Hydraulic reversing drive for Stoway mast and hydraulic reversing outhaul for boom.Three sets of streamlined, aluminium, tapered spreaders. Discontinuous rod rigging stainless tip-cups. Two tangs for flag halyards. Spectra preventer lines.2 x Navtec hydraulic backstay tensioners with mechanical lock. 1 x Navtec boom vang with gas return for positive support. 1 x Navtec 2-function remote hydraulic control panel, fitted with stainless steel cover plate in cockpit. No-Strike ion lightning dissipaters at masthead. Cap shroud chainplates and mast step bonded to keel bolt with stainless steel tang and heavy-duty cable for lightning protection. Status TV/FM antenna/booster at masthead.
Reckmann hydraulic headsail furler.
Reckmann hydraulic staysail furler.
2 x Lewmar 77 CEST three-speed, electric, chrome, self-tailing primary winches, on the guest/crew cockpit coamings.2 x Lewmar 65 CEST two-speed, electric, chrome, self-tailing, secondary winches on guest/crew cockpit coamings. 1 x Lewmar 65 CEST two-speed, electric, chrome, self-tailing mainsheet winch to port abaft the helmsman. 1 x Lewmar 46 CST two-speed, manual, chrome, self-tailing traveller control line winch to starboard abaft the helmsman. 1 x Lewmar 65 CEST two-speed, electric, chrome, self-tailing, mainsail halyard winch fitted on deck. 1 x Lewmar 65 CEST two-speed, electric, chrome, self-tailing, genoa and staysail halyard winch fitted on deck. 1 x white PVC winch handle pocket on mast.
Single carbon spinnaker pole stowed vertically on mast.Package includes: butt joist winch, halyard, pole topping lift and foreguy, sheets, guys, blocks, deck fittings and all required blocks.
By Dolphin Sails:(Radial design – DCP Pentex laminate with taffeta, treated with Sailkote Plus). In-mast furling mainsail. 130% furling yankee. Furling staysail. Asymmetric with painted ‘Wolf’ logo. Oxley inflatable snuffer.
Eight berths in four cabins, excluding the saloon. All sea berths have Dacron lee screens fitted with lanyards to removable-eye mounting points. Double berths have split mattresses allowing for a central lee cloth. Interior joinery finished in ‘Cherry’. 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 solid ‘framed’ styled doors with laid veneers and soft close seals. Flush fitting chrome catches to lockers and chrome door furniture. All drawers have metal runners for smooth operation. Cabin sole in V-grooved teak.Kick recesses in galley and saloon settee sides.Saloon kickboards in ‘Dark Brown’ fabric.Upholstered and padded panels for headboards and berth sides. Stitched panel detailing to upholstered seat cushions. Galley work surfaces covered in satin finish Avonite incorporating timber fiddles with Avonite upstands. Work surfaces in heads are satin finish Avonite, whilst the finish is joinered timber and white velour mica laminate. Each heads compartment is fitted with a Masterflush 8700 electric freshwater toilet and extractor fan. Toilets and washbasins set upon moulded white GRP base plinths. Hansgrohe quality mixer taps and thermostatic shower controls in all heads compartments, together with matching towel rail, toothbrush tumbler, soap dispenser, toilet roll holder and toilet brush. Hinged glazed door fitted to each shower stall. Headlining in off-white vinyl. Seating upholstery in saloon (including navigator’s chair) and aft cabin in ‘Sea Sand’ Alcantara.All forward cabin headboards and berth surrounds in ‘Panama’ fabric.Crew covers in ‘Sailor’ fabric. Wet locker that drains to the bilge for hanging oilskins, located beneath companionway steps and accessed from the aft passageway. Two folding brushed metal cabin hooks inside each cabin and heads doors.Oceanair Skysol blinds in ‘White’ to deck saloon windows, seascape windows and heads hullports. Roman blinds in all guest cabins.Roman blinds in aft cabin. Oceanair skyscreens to all deck hatches. Flyscreens to all opening hull and coachroof ports.
FORWARD SAIL LOCKER
Accessed via a deck hatch or watertight door in aft end of sail locker andfitted out as a sail store.Watertight bulkhead in aft end of sail locker.Stainless steel ladder and rail for rope stowage fitted forward.Stainless steel tube and canvas sail rack to port.
PORT FORWARD TWIN CREW CABIN
Forward to port with twin bunks and lower berth configured in an L-shape withinfill piece to convert to a double with hinged down single berth above.Fitted with lockers beneath the lower berth. Bunk mattresses upgraded to 5” Profile foam with covers in ‘Planada’ fabric.Hanging locker with flush mounted bevelled edge mirror. Locker with shelves.
SHARED DAY HEAD/SHOWER
To port this day head and shower compartment is shared by the occupants of theport forward cabin.With electric freshwater toilet, washbasin and lit stall shower. Avonite work surfaces with ‘Cherry’ joinery below the basin and ‘White Velour’ Formica above.Lockers for stowage of wash bags and cleaning materials. Heated towel rail.Mirror.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER
To starboard with electric freshwater toilet, washbasin and lit stall shower.Watertight door from shower to sail locker.Avonite work surfaces with ‘Cherry’ joinery below the basin and ‘White Velour’ Formica above.Lockers for stowage of wash bags and cleaning materials. Heated towel rail.Mirror.
STARBOARD FORWARD DOUBLE GUEST CABIN
Forward to starboard with double berth, two large drawers and lockers beneath.Mattress covers in ‘Planada’ fabric.Hanging locker with flush mounted bevelled edge mirror.Outboard locker. Small fiddled storage shelf on centre bulkhead above bedside unit.Access to forward en suite head and lit shower stall.
Access to the deck saloon from the cockpit is via a set of satin varnished, teak timber steps with timber and stainless steel handrails. Fibre optic lights set into the ladder treads. The deck saloon is extremely light and airy with seven windows, of which two of the forward three open. There are also six vertical non-opening hullports, three each side. These hullports contribute to the great feeling of light and space in the saloon with a ‘Seascape’ vista whilst at anchor. Forward bulkhead painted Dulux ‘Linnet White.’Featuring a large L-shaped settee to starboard and a shorter settee to port. A substantial clam-style table with teak inlay and two hand cutouts to starboard. A bottle locker and shelf is incorporated into the base. The tabletop extends to create a large dining table allowing full use of the seating on both sides of the saloon, for maximum table setting space.Easily converts to a smaller table when not dining. Storage for three folding alloy chairs is provided and when using the chairs, there is comfortable dining for eight people.There are lockers outboard and behind the saloon settee backs, as well as storage lockers beneath the seats.A flat screen TV is fitted to the space outboard behind the settee backs and raises via a remote controlled electric lift with back up switch behind the sofa backrest. Drinks locker with automatic light, laid out forward to port with stowage for bottles and glasses. A saloon soleboard lifts to provide major access to the generator, located beneath the companionway steps. Access hatches in the deck saloon sole are fitted with rubber sealing strips to minimise noise.Removable alloy chequer plate floor under saloon sole to stand and work on, in central bilge area/service pit.
Miele WT2780 washer/dryer fitted in saloon.
Situated outboard to starboard and aft of saloon with the main electrical switch panels, which are finished in brushed stainless steel.The forward/outboard facing chart table is customised around the electronics and navigational equipment, which is flush mounted in an Alcantara ‘Sea Sand’ fascia.A small stainless steel support stay is fitted on the two chart table lids. Provision for the stowage of half-folded, Admiralty charts. A bookshelf outboard provides stowage for navigational books and almanacs, etc.
Situated aft of the saloon to port via two steps the U-shaped galley provides good worktop space and plentiful overhead lockers. Two lockers provide stowage of crockery and glasses. Aft bulkhead and outboard sliding locker doors finished in ‘Cherry.’ Stainless steel rod fiddle to outboard shelf behind cooker. Stainless steel mug rack for 8 additional mugs above sink. Forward soleboards hinged with gas struts to provide easy access to under floor storage with double wire-meshed baskets. Large rubbish bin.
Twin stainless steel sinks. Adjacent to one sink the Avonite surface incorporates routed draining grooves.
BOILING WATER TAP
Quooker hot water tap.
Neff electric domestic oven, induction hob and grill. Neff stainless steel galley cooker hood with recirculating air fan, overhead light and filter. Stainless steel surround to back of cooker.
Panasonic 900W stainless steel combination microwave oven/grill.
Frigoboat 24V stainless steel front-opening refrigerator.24V DC Frigomatic FMK 35F seawater-cooled refrigeration unit for cockpit drinks fridge
Frigomatic 24V DC W50F water-cooled twin compressors with twin plate for large top-opening freezer box. Fitted with two wire baskets and small stainless steel strut to support the freezer lid when open.
Fisher and Paykel single dish drawer in aft end of galley with plywood front and pan drawer under.
The engine room is built of Barrifloor sound-insulating plywood, accessed via three hinged doors located portside in the aft passageway.24V lighting and extractor fans ducted to the exterior.Automatic and manual release fire extinguishers with remote lights. Additional automatic fire extinguisher mounted within the generator sound shield, specifically for the generator. Two wire mesh baskets on second engine room doors and one basket on mica board above engine. Second engine controls station with Carling switches in project box.
STARBOARD MID TWIN
Accessed from the aft passageway and aft of the navigation area, the mid starboard
guest cabin consists of twin bunk berths with lockers beneath the lower berth.Bunk mattresses upgraded to 5” Profile foam with mattress covers in ‘Planada’ fabric.Hanging locker and flush mounted bevelled edge mirror. Lockers fitted with shelves and fiddles.
Configured with a double berth offset to port of the centreline with under berth drawers, a settee and dressing table.Mattresses in 7” Profile foam with covers in ‘Planada – KH Crushed 5033 – 23 Taupe.’Lower and upper headboards upholstered in ‘JAB Panama’ fabrics.Pair of large hanging lockers with flush mounted bevelled edge mirror. Low tallboy unit on front bulkhead with two doors and two drawers, mirror above slightly tilted and locker with shelf above. Full-length bevelled mirror on inside of cabin door. Abundant drawer and locker space. Lockers fitted with shelves and fiddles. Two bookcases outboard of the berth, port and starboard. Aft bulkhead, including centre section above lower headboard painted in Dulux ‘Linet White.’Companionway sliding hatch entrance from the aft deck, via a deck hatch and ladder offset to starboard. Dog down arrangement when closed, to pull hatch down onto seals. Joinered screen with ‘blackout’ and flyscreen incorporating headlining box to lower headroom. Teak hatch surround. A door forward to port leads to the en suite toilet and separate lit stall shower. Access to the aft passageway running forward beneath the starboard guest cockpit seat.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER
To port with electric freshwater toilet, washbasin and lit stall shower.Avonite work surfaces.‘Cherry’ timbered fronts and lockers above Avonite, outboard of toilet and to lowerlocker.‘Quiet’ extractor fan fitted to vent with on/off switch at bulkhead next to light switch. Heated towel rail. Stowage locker for wash bags and cleaning materials.Mirror.
AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS
Fusion MS-IP700i FM tuner with built-in iPod dock. Input from Alpine stereo. Unit fitted in saloon area. Fusion universal dock in saloon area. Compatible with Apple devices, iPhone 5 and Android devices. Fusion MS-NRX200i waterproof remote control on portside pedestal. Bose 131 waterproof speakers - 2 in cockpit, 2 at helm pedestals.
Computer package consisting of: Vasari MPC477i-REM mini PC at chart table with remote panel, 2 USB sockets and power button on instruments fascia, CD/DVD drive behind panels. AG Neovo SX-19PLUS LCD display. Logitech unifying wireless keyboard and mouse, plus spare wired keyboard and mouse. Victron Orion DC-DC 12V DC filtered power supply for PC components. Synology DS411SLIM NAS drive with 4 Western Digital 1TB SATA hard drives. Apple Airport Extreme Wi-Fi access point for access to 3G data, shore Wi-Fi, NAS drive and shared files. Apple Airport Extreme Wi-Fi access point dedicated to VSAT data only. Portable Canon USB printer IP100 and Canon LIDE 210 USB flatbed scanner. 1 Vimar RJ45 socket for laptop connection to Fleet 150 satellite communications. Moxa USB 7-port HUB DC powered. 3 Cisco SG100D-08 DC powered 8-port Ethernet switched. Sailor Fleet 150 BGAN satellite phone. Antenna on portside first spreader on Sailor FB-BKT mounting bracket. KVH V3IP Mini VSAT with stern pole mounted aerial. Modem unit in aft cabin. Inventica Yachtspot Wi-Fi router in saloon with aerial on first starboard spreader. Globe Surfer 3+ 3G data router in saloon with digital antenna, Global Cell on second portside spreader. Yellow Brick ‘Yellow 3’ standard satellite tracking unit with Bluetooth, fitted behind saloon headlining. BT Elements cordless phone near chart table, connected to VSAT satellite phone only.
AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS
40” Samsung UE40F6740 widescreen 3D LED TV. LG BP325 Blu-ray DVD player, Apple TV and yacht PC. Remote controlled electric lift for TV with back up switch behind sofa backrest. Alpine IVA-W502R DVD/CD/FM multi-region player at chart table with iPod control. Lead at chart table area for iPod connection. Alpine SWR-10D4 subwoofer with PDX-M6 mono amplifier and Alpine KWE-610A surround sound processor with 5 Anthony Gallo Micro Ti 4” white speakers semi-recessed in headlining. Apple TV 3rd generation. Connection via Yachtspot Wi-Fi or 3G. Eye Q infrared remote eye for Apple TV and Blue-ray player.
Vimar RJ45 sockets for laptop connection to Fleet150.
Single Volvo D4-180 turbo-charged diesel engine with maximum potential power of 132kW (180Hp) at 2800rpm.ZF63A gearbox, which gives a reduction of 2.52:1. The standard engine instruments include alarms for low oil pressure and high water temperature, plus a rev. counter, oil pressure and water temperature gauges. Halyard Marine GRP exhaust water separator and GRP water lock system. Engine and generator set Racors parallel plumbed, so both can run off a single unit. Racors installed over a stainless drip tray. Main engine Racor filter upgraded with vacuum gauge. Jabsco 24V DC automatic oil change pump connected to engine and generator. Fire flaps with remote cable releases for all engine air in and outlet pipework located in battery isolator locker under wet locker. On/off switch for engine room fans next to release handles in locker. Fire extinguisher has manual release cable in same locker.
Approximately 1,812 hours at February 2019.
4-bladed 660mm Brunton Varifold folding propeller.
Ambassador AM20 2-blade rope cutter on shaft.
The engine is fitted with an 115A/12V alternator for start battery charging. Mastervolt 150A/24V high output alternator for domestic battery charging.
Onan 17.5 MDKDR 17.5kW 220V AC single-phase 50Hz 4-cylinder diesel generator, with e-QD digital display, water separator and ammeter/volt meter, producing 79A at 1500rpm with remote stop/start and instrument panel mounted in the chart table area.Main generator Racor filter upgraded with vacuum gauge.
Approximately 705 hours at February 2019.
Sleipner ‘SP 240 TCi’ electric tunnel bowthruster with eyebrow.Joystick control on portside pedestal.
Whitlock Mamba torque rod linkage system, installed with twin pedestals, each incorporating a 1.168m (46”) diameter Mini-Maxi type stainless steel wheel, friction brake, and three bearing pedestal steering unit.
Lewmar 400-5 Commander system located under forward seating in saloon.
220V Cruisair air conditioning system, comprising of:2 x 16,000 BTU self-contained units (port and starboard) for saloon and galley. 1 x 16,000 BTU condenser unit in aft cabin with compressor in engine room and duct to aft starboard cabin. 1 x 16,000 BTU condenser unit in saloon (starboard). 1 x 10,000 BTU air handler in forward starboard cabin. 1 x 7,000 BTU air handler in forward portside cabin. Giving a total of 81,000 BTU’s at 60Hz. All units use Qht keypad displays with Vimar digital controllers, turbo units and single water circulating pump.
Eberspächer Hydronic DW16 heater with 7 variable speed fan matrix units and 11 outlets, giving a total 20kW:2 x 3kW in saloon (portside unit ducted to galley).2 x 3kW in aft cabin (portside unit ducted to aft portside head).1 x 3kW in each forward cabin (each ducted to its heads compartment).1 x 2kW in starboard mid cabin.
Seafresh 208A Watermaker (140 litres per hour) 220V/50Hz unit complete with product gauge and remote panel.Seafresh automatic freshwater back flush with dedicated pump (on a separate pump system to allow flush to run with all main breakers off).
1,900 litres approximately (418 Imp gallons/502 US gallons) in two GRP tanks.Algae-X ‘FPS-FX-R’ (570 litres per hour) diesel polishing system.
1,550 litres approximately (341 Imp gallons/409 US gallons) in two GRP tanks.
TANK TENDER GAUGES
Offshore Systems digital tank monitoring system linked to four tanks, enabling fuel and water levels in each tank to be maintained.Back up 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, 2kW immersion heater element powered by the generator or dockside power.
PRESSURISED HOT AND COLD FRESHWATER SYSTEM
Supplied by a high capacity water pump with PEX/PBT pipework and fittings.Jabsco charcoal water filter on galley cold water supply.
Three polyethylene toilet holding tanks, two forward and one aft. Each tank configured for gravity discharge with additional ability to pump out from on deck via flush mounted deck fittings.Tanks fitted with electric tank capacity gauges.
There are three polyethylene grey water tanks, each fitted with a sensor switch and a Whale ‘Gulper’ pump, to give automatic evacuation of all showers and washbasins. The galley sinks pump directly overboard via an electric Whale ‘Gulper’ pump manually activated by a Vimar rocker switch.
Bronze manifold for seawater inlets to reduce through-hull fittings.
220V AC ring main with 8 double, Euro Schuko type outlet sockets located as appropriate within the layout.Light switches and sockets are from the Vimar ‘Idea’ range with chrome ‘Classica’ surrounds. USA package upgrade with 1 x shorepower and ring main to USA 4-wires 230V/115V/50A (charger remains 220V). Isolation transformer (8kVA) with soft start for cruising USA.
OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS
24V Buccaneer waterproof socket under port pedestal for searchlight, etc.
Domestic: A bank of 24V/1250Ah (2V cell) Mastervolt gel batteries.Engine start: 2 x 12V/190Ah (800 CCA) battery bank (2 x 12V at 95A).Generator start: Dedicated 12V generator starting battery. All batteries are positively secured against inversion in the case of a knockdown.
Charging of the start batteries is via the engine manufacturer’s standard 115A, 12Valternator. Charging of the domestic battery bank from the engine is achieved via a Mastervolt 150A/24V second engine alternator, linked to a Mastervolt Alpha Pro regulator. In addition to alternator charging, the start and domestic batteries can be charged by the Mastervolt ChargeMaster 24V/100A heavy-duty battery charger, which runs on 220V from generator or dockside power.Additional Mastervolt ChargeMaster 220V MASS 24V/100A charger for domestic supply. Both ChargeMaster units have slave charging to the bowthruster battery bank. The generator start battery is charged by its own alternator. Masterview Easy Control Panel acting as a voltmeter, ammeter and ampere/hour meter to accurately monitor the ship's domestic batteries. Emergency link to engine and generator start batteries.
24V/5000W Mastervolt 220V inverter to supply 220V sockets (not heavy load items).
50A/220V dockside power cable – 3-core double insulated PVC.Hubbell socket in transom step locker. The dockside end of the cable is fitted with a 3-pin 32A plug.
Downlight type LED overhead lights in polished chrome finish.Reading lights for each berth in stainless steel with white ceramic shades. LED light rails to give soft indirect lighting in the hullport areas of the saloon, aft cabin and all three guest cabins. Automatic light to drinks locker. Automatic refrigerator door light. LED engine room lights. Flexible chart table light. Red ‘courtesy’ footlights at deck saloon steps. Extra overhead halogen night lights in galley, starboard aft passageway and next to mast. Extra light switch for engine room on hallway side, above engine room door with red diode visual check light. Dimmer to saloon overhead and under deck lighting.
Boom light over cockpit table. Deck floodlight, switched on starboard pedestal.Low-level Cantalupi ‘Leda’ LED courtesy lighting in cockpit. LED spreader down lights, switched at steering pedestal. LED spreader up lights, switched at steering pedestal. Labcraft Microlux waterproof utility lights in the forward sail locker and aft lazarette locker. Aqua Signal 41 stern navigation light mounted on transom. Aqua Signal 41 port and starboard lights. Swivelling Aqua Signal 40 Kiel aft deck floodlight on stern pole.Aqua Signal 55 steaming light switched on main distribution panel. Aqua Signal 40 tri-white anchor light at masthead.
Each pedestal has a flush-mounted SIRS Marine Major 150mm diameter steering compass with internal lighting and a substantial stainless steel guard/grab rail.
3 x Raymarine i70 displays with wind, speed, depth, tri-data and navigation supported data views, integrated with chart plotter.Additional Raymarine i70 display at one pedestal. Additional Raymarine i70 Graphic multi-display at companionway. Additional Raymarine i70 Graphic multi-display on port pedestal.Each Raymarine i70 multi-function is able to display: water depth, deep/shallow alarm, course, course over ground, sea temperature, current boat speed, speed over ground, average speed, trip log, total log, apparent/true wind speed, apparent/true wind direction. Raymarine e125 hybrid touch multi-function display on starboard pedestal.
Raymarine e95 hybrid touch display chart plotter with integrated high definitiondigital radar and built-in 50-channel Global Positioning System (GPS), interfaced to the autopilot, at the chart table.4kW Radome mounted on mast. Wireless connectivity via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. GPS antenna mounted on pushpit. Yellow Brick ‘Yellow 3’ standard satellite tracking unit with Bluetooth.
AIS 650 Class B transceiver.GPS aerial on stern pole and VHF aerial on spreader.
Raymarine automatic pilot with Whitlock Mamba 24V 1/2Hp drive unit, close-coupled to the reduction gearbox at the rudder head.Type SPX-30 course computer and p70 autopilot control head at the port pedestal and a second unit at chart table.
Windex at masthead.
Furuno NX300 Navtec receiver at chart table with antenna on stern pole.
Raymarine 240E, Class D-DSC VHF radio-telephone with masthead antenna and horn for hailer/foghorn function (under radar dome). Second Raymarine 240E VHF handset and speaker under portside pedestal.
Sailor Fleet 150 BGAN satellite phone. Antenna on portside first spreader on Sailor FB-BKT mounting bracket. KVH V3IP Mini VSAT with stern pole mounted aerial. BT Elements cordless phone near chart table, connected to VSAT satellite phone only.
2 x Raymarine CAM100 marine video cameras at mast, one facing forward and one facing aft.
Vasari MPC477i-REM mini PC at chart table with remote panel, 2 USB sockets and power button on instruments fascia. AG Neovo SX-19PLUS LCD display. Logitech unifying wireless keyboard and mouse, plus spare wired keyboard and mouse. Synology DS411SLIM NAS drive with 4 Western Digital 1TB SATA hard drives.
2 x Ocean Safety 6-person ISO9650 liferafts in canisters with hydrostatic release and packed to Solas B (ISO Ocean). Liferaft canisters supplied with Weathermax ‘Taupe’ covers.
Radar reflector on mast.
Utility Puppy 3000 electric bilge pump with Par hydro air switch.Henderson MkV manual bilge pump (rated at 135 litres per minute) operated from the cockpit. Whale 9000 submersible electric bilge pump with manual switch.
1 x white Ocean Safety horseshoe buoy (printed with vessel name in vinyl) withlight, drogue and bracket. Webbing jackstays to four Wichard folding padeyes on deck.Boat hook. Emergency tiller.
Various including automatic and manual release fire extinguishers in engine bay.1 x fire blanket for galley.
High level bilge alarm.
Safety ‘kill switch’ mounted at one of the steering pedestals to allow isolation of
powered deck gear in case of emergency. Marco horn mounted on mast below radar. Control inside mainsheet locker.Watertight bulkhead and door. CCTV.
Conrad Pischel RIB-line 3.7 with centre console, radio with iPod dock, VHF and bilge pump.Yamaha 40Hp engine.
WARPS AND FENDERS
12 x large heavy-duty inflatable fenders with lines attached.2 x medium fenders. 2 x 6m x 1m fender blankets – soft inside, lead weighted bottom and complete with eyes and lines. 4 x dock lines.
Oyster customised Royal Doulton bone china crockery.
Oyster customised Robert Welch stainless steel cutlery.
HEYCO MARINE TOOL KIT
Heyco large marine tool kit in sealed box.
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 not yet verified by the owner.
NB: Name ‘Call of North’ to be retained by the Vendor.
Issue 1 (GY/OA/bm)
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.