2009 Oyster 100

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The Oyster 100 is designed to combine excellent performance with comfort and spacious accommodation above and below decks. The hull design is typically Dubois with a fairly upright stem and long waterline for optimum sailing performance. The cockpit is divided into a spacious area for guests who can enjoy sailing or dining al fresco. Twin wheels make for very easy deck to cockpit access and provide an ideal helm position under sail or when coming alongside under power. Most sailing controls are clustered around the steering consoles for ease of handling. Spars will be in carbon fibre with a conventional fully battened main as standard with in-boom furling available as an option. The Dubois sail plan can be configured as a sloop with a non-overlapping furling headsail with a second head stay and an overlapping reacher also available. All winches are either hydraulic or electric with an emphasis on ease of handling with a small crew. The anchoring system incorporates a hydraulically operated gantry device enabling the anchor to be neatly stowed within the foredeck when not in use. It is envisaged that the yacht will carry a Castoldi type diesel RIB as a tender and this will be stowed in a semi-recessed well moulded into the foredeck. The transom incorporates a hydraulically operated bathing platform and passerelle.
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