GRP hull is laid up by hand, single skin with structural stringers and floors to Lloyds approved design specification. Built to comply with the requirements stipulated in the European Union's Recreational Craft Directive (EURCD) to meet design category A – 'Ocean'
Hull colour metallic blue with Awlgrip clear coat and metallic silver boot top and cove lines. Fully repainted in 2010. The stern design incorporates a bathing platform trimmed with teak slats and stainless steel steps and moulded steps for easy access to the stern deck.
Carbon platform fitted to the stern for RIB stowage KEEL
High performance bulb keel – 17 ton lead casting bolted to GRP keel stub
Fully protected skeg-hung rudder. New bearings fitted whilst rudder removed for routine maintenance.
Deck structure moulded in GRP with balsa core for strength and insulation, featuring Oyster's renowned Deck Saloon profile with eyebrow detail.
Hull and deck structure are moulded in a Lloyds approved facility. Fully laid teak decks. Bulwark finished with a varnished teak capping rail with stainless steel fairleads.
10 x custom, stainless steel mooring cleats. 12 x matching stainless steel fairleads including 1 extra pair in caprail. 6 x cast stainless steel Dorade vents with protection bars. Stainless steel stemhead fiting with twin anchor rollers. 1 metre high stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and midship gatways incorporating three safety lifelines. Lower two life lines have a brake access for Jacobs' Cradle recovery system. Gates in lifelines to port and starboard, with stainless steel hinging boarding ladders, which close up to form the side-gates. Lifeline stainless steel grabrails atop deck saloon. All deck stainless work has all the welds blended and polished for aesthetics, ease of cleaning and for quality of build. Liferaft stowage built into pushpit. Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel. Anchor locker, with removable partition, for separate stowage of main and kedge chain. Lazarette locker with twin s/s gas struts. Custom shelves in lazarette. Polished stainless hanging bar running across the lazarette for stowage of ropes and lines
The cockpit is a combination of helm and guest areas. The guest cockpit has four deck screens capable of displaying navigation information to guests without them overcrowding the helm positions. The guest area is over 3m long and has a clear central walkway aft, giving access to the helm positions and side decks. It also incorporates generous lockers and two large cockpit tables, one of which is fitted out as a drinks refrigerator, the other as a cool box. Custom Stainless steel drinks holders.
The helm area has twin custom GRP steering pedestals each fitted with two flush mounted helm screens (new 2012) for navigation. There are also 2 x B&G instruments, B&G autopilot and a B&G housed thruster control. The engine panel is custom made and protected. The helm seats have stainless steel backrests with cushioning.
Custom built archway above centre cockpit with integrated lights and custom carbon framed windscreen to protect the main companionway (a canvas spray hood/ bimini can be fitted between the screen and the arch, hence providing excellent shelter as well as sun protection).
Whitlock Mamba rod and gearbox system, installed with twin remote pedestals, each incorporating a 1.2m (47") diameter destroyer type stainless steel wheel. Leather covers to steering wheels.
Ten berths in five cabins, plus additional sofa berth in Owner's cabin. If required, a further three guests can be accommodated using Pullman berths in the starboard guest cabin and skipper's cabin, and a pipecot in the fo'c'sle.
Interior joinery finished in Maple. Modern co-ordinated styling to interior joinery including: sculpted fiddles and handrails, "shadow-gap" joints between joinery panels, solid, shaped maple and stainless steel grab handles, Oyster custom catches for lockers and drawers. Black perimeter line to cabin doors. 'Chequer-board' style satin varnished teak cabin sole throughout. Cabin sole overlaid with bound carpets in the sleeping cabins, and a non-slip. oak effect, protective covering in the main areas. This still looks like new and has given excellent protection to the cabin sole.
Galley and heads worktops in Avonite – colour 'Tuscan Rose' in each head and 'Green Stone' in the galley. Headlining in off-white fabric. Upholstery in Alcantara. Upper and lower saloon upholstery replaced in 2010.
Lee cloths in soft Sombrero canvas to all sea berths. Curtains/blind system to windows in all cabins. Oceanair 'Skyscreens' to all deck hatches. Flyscreens to all opening hull and coachroof ports.
From forward –
With forward watertight bulkhead. Accessed via deck hatch and forward port crew heads. Workbench with vice to port and stowage lockers. Adjustable pipecot berth to starboard with sail stowage below. Extra 24V and 240V sockets.
To port with upper and lower berths. Watertight door. Top berth has two side lockers. Four drawers under lower berth. Hanging locker On the starboard side is a shelf, draw and locker. Each berth also has a wallet size shelf for personal items. Built in computer and 2 x flush mounted dimmable computer screens.
en Suite heads
With Sealand Superflush WC, washbasin and shower stall. Hansgrohe quality mixer taps and shower with matching accessories, mirror and four lockers.
To starboard with double berth. Watertight door. Four large draws under berth and stowage outboard. Hanging locker. Aside the berth is a shelf with drawer and locker, and another shelf, draw and locker unit to port. Built-in computer and flush mounted dimmable computer screen. Pullman berth stored in recessed locker.
en Suite Headss
With Sealand Superflush WC, washbasin and shower stall. Hansgrohe quality mixer taps and shower, with matching accessories, mirror and four lockers.
To port with twin stainless steel sinks with dedicated faucet for drinking water complete with charcoal filter. 'Green Stone' Avonite worktops. Custom Gimballed Miele convection oven and grill with built in microwave, combined with touch sensitive Miele induction hob.(new 2012) Stainless crash bar in front of this unit. Alpes Inox brushed stainless extractor. Custom Frigoboat stainless steel front opening two-door stainless steel fridge and insulated freezer box built into the galley. Miele brushed stainless front dishwasher. Bottle rack stowage. Large bin. Abundant stowage.
To starboard and opposite galley with L-shaped settee and pivoting, folding dining table with stowage under. The table can comfortably accommodate four or five if needed. Below the seating is further stowage. Drinks locker with mirror finish, auto light and stowage for glasses and bottles. Ice maker. Two book shelves for books and almanacs.
In upper level to starboard with forward-facing chart table, with stainless steel chafe strip. Chart table can accommodate larger than half-folded Admiralty size chart. Stainless steel swivel navigator's seat. All the visible navigation equipment has been ordered in black and is flush mounted into a black suede effect display fascia.
HIGH LEVEL SALOON
To port featuring a 4-sided wraparound settee surrounding a square, custom, swivel and expanding table. This accommodates up to eight guests to dine in comfort, with excellent views from the deck saloon windows. A further guest can be accommodated at table using a teak, tall director's chair. Plentiful stowage within the pedestal base and below the seating. The main companionway leading to and from the cockpit has been extended and the lower steps swept around, to make the steps safer and easier to access.
The engine room is accessed from the aft passageway. Coated with an intumescent gel coat for fire regulations and the sound insulation is covered with a metallic backing. With 220V and 24V lighting. All components are located so as to optimize access and service.
port guest cabin
With twin berths. Bedside unit with shelf and four draws. Bookshelf. Below the berths are draws and lockers. Hanging locker. Built-in computer with screen which folds up to become flush with the headlining.
Starboard guest cabin
With twin berths. Bedside unit with shelf and four draws. Below the berths are draws and lockers. Hanging locker. Built-in computer with screen which folds up to become flush with the headlining. Pullman berth recessed in side locker.
en-Suite Heads to each guest cabin
With Sealand Vacuflush WCs, washbasins and separate shower stalls. Hansgrohe quality mixer taps and shower, with matching accessories, mirror and four lockers.
To starboard with Sealand Vacuflush WC, washbasin and separate shower stall. Hansgrohe quality mixer taps and shower, with matching accessories, mirror and three lockers.
Heated towel rail.
With a double berth offset from the centreline, settee to starboard which can form a single berth, large hanging locker with 4-brick digital lock safe, abundant drawer and locker space, and bookshleves. The double berth is fitted with a high quality battening system beneath the sprung mattresses for comfort, flexibility and ventilation.
Built in computer and flush mounted 32" computer screen.
Steps in stainless steel with wooden treads to starboard leading up to its own companionway giving access to the aft deck via a sliding hatch. Two layers of Barrifloor sound insulation from the waterline down in aft cabin and heads.
Speakers throughout the interior as well as in the cockpit. 42" LCD TV screen in upper saloon. 32" LCD TV screen in lower saloon. 32" LCD TV screen in owner's cabin.
In addition there is a screen in each cabin, four at the front of the cockpit and two at each helm. The cabin computers are an easy way of supplying an independent entertainment system or, through the network, become part of the vessels navigation display.
This set-up is normally only found on much larger boats and has been beautifully integrated in the interior.
CQR 81kg (180lb) with 100m (328') of galvanised calibrated chain on starboard bow (new 2011). Bruce kedge anchor with 40m (131') of calibrated chain on port bow.
Lewmar alloy framed deck hatches. Gebo alloy-framed portlights in coaming. Gebo opening hullports.
RIG and SAIL HANDLING
mast and Rigging
Cutter rig with carbon jumper struts. Hood aluminium mast with internal doublers. Metallic pearlescent finish, over coated in clear Awlgrip. Fully battened main with custom Hood carbon Smart boom for easier sail stowage and Frederiksen track system. Invensys fibre optic load sensing for the mast and boom. Navtec boom vang and backstay tensioners. Hydraulic mast jack. Dyneema running rigging, constantly being updated. Navtec rod standing rigging. (Fully serviced last rig out 2008.)
Reckmann hydraulic headsail and staysail furlers.
Package includes chainplates, deck fittings, halyard, topping lift, pole lift, single sheet, guy, fore guy and all required blocks. Spinnaker pole, upgraded to carbon with tapered ends and Kevlar chaff patches, stowed vertically on mast. Clear finish.
D4 Fully battened Technora / Vectran 2012 D4 Furling Technora / Vectran Genoa - 147m2, new 2012 Cruising chute with squeezer (Nylon, 3 colours) - 401m2 By Saunders: D4 Furling Carbon / Vectran Staysail - 56m2, new 2011 Sails serviced annually.
2 x 77 ST 2 speed electric secondaries. 1 x 66 ST electric mainsheet. 1 x 66 ST manual halyard, deck mounted. 1 x 77 ST electric halyard, deck mounted. 1 x 58 ST manual reef. 1 x 40 ST mainsheet traveller Extra buttons to primaries and secondaries.
Acrylic canvas sprayhood/bimini. Helm covers, cockpit table covers and mainsail cover all replaced in 2011
deck equipment – general
Teak and stainless cockpit tables port and starboard, with footbars and folding leaves. Gloss varnish finish – re-varnished 2012. One table has an insulated box, the other has a drinks fridge. Fold-down stainless steel bathing/boarding ladder at transom. Hot and cold freshwater deck shower in transom locker. Freshwater outlet in deck locker at the bow, including hose, for freshwater washdown. Groco saltwater deckwash pump in sail locker with outlet by pushpit base, with deckwash hose and full length fire hose. Oyster custom drop-down washboard system.to main companionway. Atlas custom carbon (clear coated). rotating davit with remote controlled electric winch for dinghy launch and recovery. This can be operated on either port or starboard side.
TANKAGE and PLUMBING
3,200 litres (704 imp/845 US gallons) in 2 GRP tanks, both fitted with suction and return lines for main engine and generator. Lines replaced 2011.
2,500 litres (550 imp/660 US gallons) in 2 GRP tanks.
tank tender gauges
Tank levels measured by dipsticks, tank tender gauges.
Two twin-coils calorifiers of 93 litres (20 imp/24 US gallons) each. One supplying aft and one supplying forward accommodation. Can be changed over by valves. Heated by engine, generator and 2kW immersion elements.
pressurised Hot and cold freshwater system
Two Aqua Major AQM6 fresh water pressure units plumbed in such a way that one feeds the fwd accommodation and calorifier, the other feeds the aft. In case of failure of one set, the other can feed the whole vessel. New 2010.
2 x gravity discharged blackwater tanks with shut off valves (one fore and one aft) serving all five toilets. Vents and suction nabs fitted on deck. 5 x small greywater tanks giving automatic evacuation of all showers and washbasins with level switch for each bathroom. 1 x larger greywater tank for the galley dishwasher. All greywater tanks also collect condensation water from all air conditioning fan coils so keeping the bilges a dry as possible
Caterpillar Turbo charged 3126TA diesel engine of 261kW (350hp) at 2800rpm. Twin disc gearbox with a 2.88:1 reduction and Aquadrive coupling.
Engine hours: approx 2,950 at Sep 2012. Engine serviced annually. Stainless steel braided fuel lines replaced 2011
Maxprop 3-bladed 890mm (32") feathering propeller, overhauled by main agent in 2010.
One standard 50 amp alternator to charge engine start battery. One Mastervolt 150 amp alternator to charge battery Bank 1. One Mastervolt 175 amp alternator to charge battery Bank 2.
Onan MDKBT/U 22.5kW generator , new January 2012. Also drives PTO hydraulic pump. Generator hours: approx 290 at Sep 2012. First service carried out by main agent, 2012.
Lewmar 300 vertical retractable hydraulic 30hp bowthruster, driven by generator PTO pump.
Lewmar Commander 400 power pack for headsail, staysail and both windlasses.
Condoria chilled water reverse cycle air conditioning system to Red Sea specification, with compressor units in engine room and fan coils throughout all cabins and both saloons. Compressor replaced 2012.
Frigoboat 24 volt evaporator plate system for freezer with twin compressors and twin plates with salt water cooling. Fridge twin DC compressors and twin evaporator plates with keel coolers on each. Serviced 2012.
Seafresh watermaker. Approx 189 litres (42 imp/50 US gallons) per hour, with remote control panel, product water gauge, high pressure and feed pressure gauges. Watermaker fills port, starboard, or both water tanks via a manifold or fills a container, as required.
Hotpoint Aqualtis washer/dryer in lazarette. New 2011.
Ship's DC Supply
Mains 220V AC ring main with 10 double sockets.
2 banks of Sonnenschein 2V gel batteries, 980A each, giving a total of 1,960Ah. Bank 1 for light loads (lighting, computers and monitors) Bank 2 for heavy loads (Lewmar Commander, electric winches, inverter, etc)
2 x main engine starting battery bank 24V. New 2010. 1 x generator starting battery 12V. New 2010. 1 buffer bank of 12V/240A for navigation/communication, permanently charged by twin DC/DC converters from service Bank 2. 1 x gel battery in lazarette for electric davit.
2 x Mastervolt BTM1 monitor (one for each service bank).
4 x MASS 24/100 charger (one pair for each service bank) fed by generator or shorepower. 4 x DC/DC converters to intercharge Bank 1 and Bank 2. 2 x DC/DC converters to charge navigation bank.
1 x DC/DC converter to charge davit battery. Emergency link system between the domestic and engine start battery banks.
Mastervolt MASS 24/5000 sine wave inverter for heavy loads (cooker, hob, ice maker etc). Mastervolt MASS 24/25000 sine wave inverter for light loads (monitors etc).
2 x 30A shore power sockets. 50A shorepower cable, 30 meters long.
Halogen lighting throughout.
Dimmer switches for aft cabin, and both saloons.
Reading lights to all cabins. AC tube lights in engine room, in addition to standard DC lights. Red and white AC tube lights in galley Night lights set into stairways, lower saloon, navigation area and aft vestibule.
Boom lights over cockpit. 4 x spreader downlights 2 x uplighters on all spreaders. 1 x foredeck light. Aqua signal 55 bow and stern navigation lights. 2 x lazarette lights. 1 x all round red at masthead. Red above green all round sailing lights 2m down mast. Removable hanging anchor light, powered by socket in anchor locker.
NAVIGATION and COMMUNICATION
Twin SIRS Marine Major 150mm (6") steering compasses flush- mounted on each steering pedestal. Gyro compass, to give true heading reading at helm and an output to all navigation systems
B&G Hydra Wind, Depth and Log.
Leica MX 420 10 port GPS (primary system). Furuno GP-80 GPS with deck mounted aerial (secondary system).
Radar / chart plotter
'Henry' Full ARC's chart system. Navy and RNLI. Updated 2012. Transas Navisailor 4000 vector chart system. Updated 2012. Transas Naviradar Professional ships radar system with 4' open scanner.
McMurdo/Transas AIS target overlays on both charting systems. Furuno Navnet 1833C radar/plotter with C-Map overlay, with 2' enclosed scanner.
B&G Hydra 2000 driving Whitlock Mamba drive autopilot, with repeater at chart table.
ICS Nav 5 Navtex, GMDSS compliant.
Sailor RT4822 Class "A" DSC VHF, GMDSS compliant. Icom 505 VHF with command mic at helm.
Sailor HC4500 DSC SSB 250 Watts, GMDSS compliant. Giant Dyna plates and copper strip earthing for SSB.
Thrane & Thrane Tracphone FB250.
Sumicon, Vasari, and IBM - constantly upgraded.
Bare Necessities has been built in compliance with MCA Category 1 and Class VI passenger vessel. The safety features and equipments therefore far exceed the list below.
In addition to the watertight bulkhead separating the owners cabin from the lazarette and the sail locker from the forward heads, the vessel is divided into a total of seven watertight compartments to MCA specification. Five Seaglaze watertight doors are fitted to the three aft cabins, the galley and the sail locker.
2 x 8-man SOLAS A liferafts installed in the aft corner seats, float free and with hydrostatic releases. 1 x 6-man SOLAS B liferaft installed on the aft deck, float free and with hydrostatic release.
MCA compliant bilges pumping facility consisting of: 1 x main engine driven 37mm Jabsco.
1 x DC electric in deepest bilge.
1 x DC electric in forepeak. 1 x DC electric to manifold. 2 x manual to manifold.
Manifold allows suction to each compartment.
4 x life buoys (2 with drogues). Life jackets. Webbing jackstays. MOB button at helm.
Pendant MOB system for 12 persons. Jonbuoy recovery module. All stanchions, side gates and side boarding ladders, pushpit and pulpit raised so that upper of the 3 guardlines is 1 metre above deck (MCA). Portable VHF. Emergency tiller steering.
Fire extinguishers to MCA requirements: 3 x Dry powder.
5 x Foam.
3 x Co2. 1 x fire blanket for galley.
Aquamist system in engine room.
Smoke detectors and rise of heat detectors in engine room. Fire proof diesel piping in engine room. FD750 FM200 fire extinguisher fitted in engine room with additional manual release outside the engine room.
Note: Engine room air inlets and outlets can be shut off manually or automatically (thermal fuse).
Marco mast-mounted horn with press button at pedestal. Upgraded to include automatic operation.
other Safety features
Masthead mounted IP68 PTZ CCTV camera (Metal Mickey). Window blanks for deck saloon windows and for all hull ports below weather deck. Blanks for engine room air vents. Medical stores.
Zodiac Pro 7-person RIB. Yamaha 50hp outboard engine. Oceanair sliding flyscreen/curtains to all deck hatches except sail locker. Crockery and cutlery for 16 settings. Warps and fenders. Manuals.
NB All personal belongings and all other items not expressly listed in the above inventory are excluded from the sale.