1993 Oyster 80

£ 650,000
Spain
Interested in this boat? Tel: +44 (0)1473 851430
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Negotiable

Year:
1993
Length:
24m
Engine/Fuel Type:
Single / diesel
Located In:
Spain
Hull Material:
Fibreglass/GRP
YW#:
21824-2676446
Current Price:
£ 650,000 Tax Not Paid 

PRICE REDUCED

The Oyster 80 Free Spirit is a truly remarkable yacht.  She was for many years the flagship of the Oyster fleet.  Her graceful lines and beautiful traditional teak interior ensure she maintains the classic Oyster feel that still exudes quality and craftsmanship that have stood the test of time.

The powerful fully battened mainsail and cutter rig will satisfy the keenest of sailors, she is an absolute delight to sail and although this yacht was built with the intention of crew, it has been sailed and operated by the current family owners who, for the last 8 years, have only used the yacht 4 - 5 months of the year maximum, mostly for Mediterranean sailing and then carefully laid up for the remaining time.

Below decks, Free Spirit provides 5 cabins to comfortably sleep 10 persons including 4 en suites.  the main saloon area is beautifully and practically laid out for great comfort both in harbour and at sea.  She also has a large engine room and an abundance of storage space throughout.

The much loved Free Spirit is now available due to a change of circumstances for the family, and is offered at a substantially reduced price.  In the brokers opinion, this is a huge amount of yacht for the money.  





Please contact at +44 (0)1473 851430

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