High performance vesrion of the Oyster 655, built for speed but also comfort. GRP with teak decks, carbon fibre rig. Perkins 185hp diesel engine, retracting bow thruster, heating, air conditioning, generator, watermaker. Tall performance rig with main stowing into the boom. Sleeps 8 in 4 cabins. Large master suite aft with private access to aft deck. Forward cabin with double, en-suite, third cabin with upper/lower bunks and access to day heads. Fourth cabin aft with upper/lower bunks. Custom interior in Maple veneer, pale blue leather upholstery. Fully equipped galley. Very highly spec'd, with many upgrades from standard. Fast and luxurious, professionally maintained.
Lying Western Med and now priced at 1,350,000 GBP Ex Tax.
OYSTER 655, 2007
High performance version of the Oyster 655, built for speed but also comfort. Tall performance carbon fibre rig.
Coded under “small commercial vessels” for commercial operation (expires June 2012). Roulette has done several successful summers’ seasons in the Mediterranean with the yacht’s skipper
All GRP with teak decks. Bulkheads upgraded to carbon foam cored.
Carbon Y spoke design steering wheels.
Extended rudder to control the increased power of the rig.
Perkins 185hp diesel engine. Engine hours of 3,400 (10/11).
Vertical electro-hydraulic Max Power bow thruster, 24v – retracting.
Ambassador rope cutter.
Upgraded fuel filtration system to Duplex system with vacuum gauge.
Webasto Blue Cool air diesel fired conditioning/heating system.
Upgraded domestic batteries to 720ah Varta
Upgraded engine and generator start batteries to Optima Red Top. Upgrade bank to 6 in total for bow thruster
Emergency link between domestic and engine start batteries
Onan 17.5kw genset upgrade from standard. Hours of 1,800 (10/11)
Air conditioning by shore power or generator
Battery charger upgraded to Mass 100a, second unit also fitted
24v/5000w – 230v/59hz inverter to supply cooker hood, 230v sockets, microwave, towel rails, cooker light
24v/1500w – 230v/50hz maintained supply inverter to supply icemaker, computer equipment and AV system/TVs
24v Dri-plug socket on stbd pedestal for hanging bimini light and for MCA fire pump
Low level lighting in saloon
Boom lights and spreader down lighters
Dimmer lights in saloon and aft cabin
Red courtesy lights at saloon steps, and red overhead lights at galley and navigation station
Deck courtesy lights
2 x shore power sockets and cables
Hot and cold pressurised water system
Seagull water filter with tap at galley
Seafresh 206 watermaker – 95 lph 220v unit with freshwater autoflush
Anchor deckwash pump at bow
Sloop rig with fully battened main. Main stows into the halls Spars V boom.
Carbon fibre performance rig with swept back spreaders for improved sailing. Halls.
Reckmann electric furler
Standard staysail and Yankee tracks replaced with Lewmar track and car for non overlapping headsail.
Harken running backstays.
Deck gear for spinnaker
Removable bowsprit with stowage in bow sail locker.
2-part jockey pole, with stowage in sail locker.
77/3AEST mainsheet winch
2 x 66/3AEST deck mounted halyard winch
Main, North – fully battened with sail cover
105% furling jib, North
G2 Gennaker, North – with snuffer
Storm jib, North - Hi vis orange
Trisail, North – hi vis orange
Spinnaker, North – with snuffer
Sleeps 8 in 4 cabins. Large Master cabin aft, full beam with double berth (sprung mattress), en-suite. Sea berth to starboard with lee cloth. Private access to aft deck. Guest cabin forward to port with offset double, en-suite. Starboard guest cabin with upper lower bunks with access to day heads. Fourth guest cabin aft to port with upper/lower bunks. All quiet flush WCs, the day heads has a fresh or seawater flush option.
Interior joinery in Maple (special foam cored construction to save weight).
Spacious salon with folding table (bottle storage built in), upholstery in pale blue leather
The standard Oyster layout was altered to remove the curves of the standard saloon seating and provide a more modern rectangular layout. All metal hand holds in brushed steel.
LED lighting throughout, enhanced with flush halogen spot lights in the saloon.
ST60 Plus CH wind, wind analogue
ST60 graphic display
Ray 240E VHF radio with cockpit handset at port helm
Furuno GP32 GPS at chart table
Antenna on stern post. Can be backed up by computer
Furuno NX300 Navtex. Can be connected to PC for upload
Raymarine E80 at chart table with 4kw radome
Raymarine E120 at stbd pedestal
AIS with antenna on lower spreader.
Data to PC for overlay
Radar transponder at mast head, display at chart table
SatCom C unit, display at chart table
Icom ICM 801UK SSB inc ATU-DSC
PC at chart table
Neff 4-ring ceramic hob with oven/microwave
Avonite galley work surfaces
12v fan at galley and cabins
Panasonic microwave oven
Raritan 84 Icemaker with Seagull filter
Cooker extractor hood
3 x refrigerators in total
4 x Alpine waterproof cockpit speakers
Connexus TV antenna
Alpine CD/tuner with ipod interface in both forward cabins, with headlining speakers. Stbd cabin has TV
Alpine DVD/CD/tuner with speakers in aft stbd cabin. 2 x LCD screens that flip down over berths
Alpine CD/tuner/DVD in aft cabin with speakers, ipod input. 27” Toshiba LCD TV with link to E Series. USB outlet
32” Toshiba TV in saloon with lift system. Alpine DVD player, ipod interface, Alpine touch screen controller, Alpine CD, wireless headphones, 5 speakers, Sky decoder
Cockpit harness points
Ocean safety ISO 4-person self-righting liferaft in GRP container with Solas B pack
Float free for MCA and ISAF approved for cat. 2 operation. 2 x 4-person
2 x float free hydrostatic releases, clips, straps and Solas B grab bag
Stainless steel liferaft cradle incorporated into pushpit quarter seats and allowing float free operation
Smoke detector in engine room with alarm and detectors outside cabin doors
3 brick safe with keypad
Ray 240 horn/hailer
Raymarine MOB system and transponders
Upgraded navigation lights
Electric bilge pump with float switch
Remote triggered fire flaps to engine room inlet and extract ducts (MCA)
Jabasco engine driven bilge pump
Bilge water audible alarm
CO2 detector audio alarm
24v electric windlass
Secondary anchor stowed in bow lazarette
Sprayhood with roll up window
Quarter seats at pushpit
Exit Engineering 3.5 carbon fibre passarelle with handrail and padded storage bag
Teak cockpit table with custom cover
Dive bottle stowage
Outboard stowage bracket in fwd sail locker
Ocean Air Mk V Skyscreens on all Lewmar deck hatches
Ocean Air Duette drop down blinds in hull ports and WCs Dive compressor
Hot and cold transom shower
Wheel and pedestal covers
8 x mattress protectors
Dinghy with 30hp outboard engine
Warps and fenders
No gas on board, the gas locker redesigned to be a fuel locker for the tender
Fast and luxurious, Roulette has competed in Oyster Regattas and Antigua week.
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