LOA: 14.78m (48'6")
LWL: 11.91m (39'1")
Beam: 4.27m (14'0")
Draft: 2.18m (7'2")
Displacement: 18,600 kg
Designed : Holman & Pye
Launched 1999 build no 29
Hull: GRP - single skin with structural stringers and floors to Lloyds approved design specification
Deck: Teak on balsa core
Keel: High performance bulb keel
Ridder: Fully protected skeg-hung rudder
This lovely example of the Oyster 485 is in excellent condition with a dark blue hull and teak decks designed and equipped for enjoyable, safe and comfortable sailing.
She is updated with new standing rigging, up-to-date electronics and many new features necessary for long distance sailing in comfort. She has been enjoyed by a wife and husband team who have sailed her in the UK, the Caribbean and the Mediterranean.
She is equipped with a fully battened main sail, furling Genoa, cruising chute, tri radial spinnaker, stay sail and storm jib. The removable inner forestay and 2 spinnaker poles makes for interesting and fun sailing. The electric winches and bow thruster makes her easy to handle.
The Yacht is for sale to make way for a larger model of Oyster.
The interior is finished in teak and designed to be both practical and durable with sculpted fiddles and grab rails. Upholstery is in blue Alcantara.
The galley work surfaces are in beautiful dark granite, practical and very durable.
Six berths in 3 cabins (option of sea-berth in the saloon)
2 heads with showers - Metal flyscreens and Oceanair screen to hatches and there are lee cloths to all the berths.
V berth, vanity table, overhead lockers and hanging locker
Twin cabin (port)
Upper and lower berths, vanity unit with drawers and hanging locker
Manual toilet (we replaced the electric toilet in 2010) washbasin and shower and various storage cupboards. Electrical controls to the black water tank.
There is a curved settee around an extendable table on the port side. The starboard side has another curved settee that can be converted to a sea berth (trotter box). There are bookshelves and a bar unit to accommodate glass and bottle stowage.
Navigation area is to port
All surfaces are in granite with a gimballed Force 10 4 burner cooker with grill and oven, twin stainless steel sinks, front opening refrigerator. The galley is very practical with plenty of storage space. The icebox has been removed to make room for additional storage. Emergency manual fresh water hand pump.
Owner’s stateroom with en-suite heads
There is a double berth, settee, dressing table and mirror and equipped with an abundance of drawers and lockers as well as hanging locker.
En-suite is to port with a manual toilet (new 2010), wash basin and separate shower. There are also several very useful large lockers.
Spars Selden silver anodized spars
Back stay adjuster
Furler Reckman & Schultz RS2000-30
Removal forestay With ratchet tensioner
Spinnaker pole Stored on mast
Genoa pole 6m stored in brackets on starboard bow
Stack pack: Navy blue zipped with lacy jacks
Additional main sail cover Clear blue
Genoa cover Beige
Main sail Fully battened Mylar
Genoa 130% tri radical Mylar
Stay sail Dacron 34sqm new 2010
Storm jib Heavy duty Dacron (orange) 10sqm new 2010
Cruising Shute MPS
Spinnaker 0.9oz tri radical
Main Luff (P) 16.00m
Main foot (E) 5.18m
Mast height (I) 17.80m
Foresail (J) 5.41m
Andersen: 46 electric 1 in cockpit
Lewmar: #58 electric 2 in cockpit
Lewmar: #40 manual 2 in cockpit + 1 on mast head
Lewmar: #44 manual 1 on mast head
Lewmar: #48CST manual 2 in cockpit
Chartplotter, autohelm controlls and bowthruster control on the helm. Wind/speed instruments above the companion way. Marine PC with navigation software and radio equipment by the chart table.
Chart plotter: Raymarine C90W mounted on helm in stainless casing
GPS: Sea Talk mounted on aft starboard rail
Radar: Raymarine 18” digital scanner mounted mast spar
Interface: Sea talk and NMEA with windspeed/direction, depth, navigation
Autohelm: Sea talk 100/300 ST6000 Control unit
AIS: Digital Yachts – antenna mounted on aft tower
Marine PC: Digital Yachts Aqua Marine PC with solid drive
SeeMe Active Radar Reflector: 12v radar reflector mounted aft tower
Wi-Fi access system: Digital Yacht WL500 – antenna mounted on aft tower
Windex: ST80 at masthead
Monitor: 18” widescreen PC/DVD/Digital/TV on swing arm
Raymarine man overboard system
SSB short wave radio: ICOM 801E+DSC mounted chart table (insulators installed in backstay)
SSB automatic tuner: ICOM mounted lazarette
VHF: Sailor A1 with DSC mounted chart table – antenna mounted on aft rail tower
Antenna: SSB DSC antenna mounted on aft port tower
Sat phone: Arial and connection for Iridium
Radio/hi-fi: JVC - 4 speaker system
Passive Radar Reflector: Selden Visiball at masthead
Engine Manufacturer: Perkins Engine hours: 2335,28
Model: 4 M90D
Propeller: Max prop 3 blade 22” feathering
Rope cutter: Ambassador AM15
Bow Thruster: Vetus 80kgf
Domestic Alternator: 70 Prestolite alternator with twin belts
Domestic charger: Mastervolt 220 MASS 24/75 with Masterlink 20 battery control unit
Inverter: Mastervolt 220v MASS Inverter
Wind generator: Rutland 913 mounted on starboard aft tower
Solar panels: 2 x Solar trader 32W Flexible and removable with charge Marlect HRDi charge regulator
Domestic: 24v X 8 460AH new 2008
Engine batteries: X2 88AH new 2010
Bow thruster: 24v 1 x 24v separate charger new 2008
Steering: Whitlock Premier Pedestal, Whitlock leather wheel cover
Compass: Sestrel Major
Fuel: Diesel 550ltr – 1 grp tank – (tank is full)
Water: 750ltr grp
Hot water: 45ltr copper tank + 2kw immersion heater/engine heat exchanger
Holding tank : Stainless steel holding tank with Vema contents gauge & electric sea cock
CH heating: Webasto DW90
Mooring lines: Double braid 20mm
Sheets: Double braid 18mm
Fenders: 7 extra large fenders with navy blue fender socks
Passarell: Aluminum extending boarding gangway for aft boarding
Tender: Ribey TL280 with oars with navy blue cover
Outboard engine: Yamaha 6hp + petrol tank
Davits: Cooney Simpson CMS150, 150kg manual
CQR: 27kg (60lb) 100m chain
Chain: 100m 12mm dag. Grade 30 short link calibrated chain galvanized
Windlass: Lewmar Ocean 2 vertical capstan fitted on bow
Bimini: Navy blue canvas on metal frame
Spray hood: Navy blue canvas on metal frame with window
Cockpit cushion: 2 x clear blue full length cockpit cushions
Cushions: 4 double dark blue + 1 single light blue cockpit cushions
Life Raft: Plastimo Trans ISAF-ISO 6p T1A>24 mounted on starboard aft rail
Life buoys: 2 x white horse shoe life buoys with light, drough and whistle stored on aft rail
Danbuoy: with light and lines
Life sling rescue system: with line and drum stored on aft rail
Search light: High powered remote control search light mounted on mast
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