1995 Oyster Marine Oyster 55
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"Leave it to the Brits. You’re not apt to see a lot of Oysters here in the States, but when you come across one it’s worth a close look. They are proud and seaworthy and, yes, even expensive; they are sumptuous, comfortable and fit for a king; they are constructed of modern materials, by way of a genuinely conservative engineering mind-set." ~ Cruising World
Boundless is a luxurious well outfitted global cruiser built by one of the sailing industries premier yards. Walking through the yacht you will notice the expansive teak decks, robust standing rigging controlled by a battery of electric and manual winches, amazing view from the pilot salon, rich interior with envious fit and finish, quality equipment that one would expect on a luxury yacht.... etc. Cruising now with her current owners, this yacht is in good overall shape, but will need a refit in the near future. Priced with this in mind, this yacht is seriously for sale and should survey well. Own a luxury yacht with proven blue-water capabilities at a very competitive price.
- Oyster Marine
- Oyster 55
- Rockland, ME, US
- Available for sale in U.S. waters:
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Dimensions & Weight
- 55 ft - 16.76 meter
- 55 ft 2 in - 16.82 meter
- 15 ft 9 in - 4.8 meter
- Draft - max:
- 7 ft 9 in - 2.36 meter
- Bridge Clearance:
- 71 ft 7 in - 21.82 meter
- Dry Weight:
- 55000 lbs
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- Direct Drive
- Fuel Type:
- 80 (Individual), 80 (combined)
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- Fuel Tank:
- 320 gallons - 1 tank(s)
- Fresh Water Tank:
- 210 gallons - 1 tank(s)
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Accommodations - Forward Cabin
The forward cabin is equipped with a large single Pullman style berth on the starboard side which lowers to accommodate a retractable pipe berth above. Above the pipe berth and outboard is a large storage/book shelf. To port there are two large storage lockers fore and aft with a writing desk and book shelf in between. Ventilation is provided by a large opening overhead hatch w/ screen and shade as well as two outboard mounted opening ports and (1) Hella fan mounted on the forward bulkhead. Lighting in the forward cabin consists of (2) reading lights and one overhead light. Aft of the berth is an access door to the forward head and the lower salon.
Accommodations - Lower Salon
Moving aft there is a large lower salon. On the starboard side forward there is an access door to the forward head. Also on the starboard side, there is a large u-shaped settee with a table. The settee converts to create a double berth when the table is lowered. Above the settee there are two storage lockers fore and aft with a bookshelf in between with more shelf storage above. To port there is a large hanging locker with a storage locker underneath, writing desk with storage, settee with bookshelf and storage lockers above. To port there is also a recessed pipe berth located directly above the settee for additional sleeping accommodations. The lower salon/ cabin is separated from the deck-salon aft by a pocket door that offers privacy and separation from the primary living area.
Accommodations - Forward Head
The forward head is located just aft of the forward stateroom. It can be access either through the forward stateroom or the lower salon. The head is equipped with a marine toilet, vanity with Corian counter top, sink, mirror, pressurized hot and cold water and shower.
The deck-saloon, or pilothouse, is located directly aft of the lower salon. It is accessed from the forward salon by stepping up through the forward companionway. There is a lovely seated view of from all location in the Main salon. To starboard there is a large u-shaped settee with storage underneath and outboard. There is a large dining table with folding leaves and storage drawers below. To port there are (2) swiveling captain's chairs located in front of the forward facing navigation station. Outboard of the captain's chairs there are large storage lockers as well as a bookshelf. Ventilation in the main salon is provided by (2) large opening ports forward, the main companionway deck hatch and (2) Hella fans. Lighting is provided by (6) overhead lights as well as natural light from (5) large fixed ports which also provide beautiful visibility. Custom, stow-able Bolt-on window panels for use during long passages.
Accommodations- Aft Stateroom
Moving aft through the galley is the entrance to the aft stateroom. Here you will find a large center-line queen berth with a small curved settee to port. Also on the port side are three large storage lockers as well as an aft mounted bookshelf. To starboard there is a large cedar lined hanging locker and a shelved storage locker. Directly forward to the berth is a vanity with mirror and storage locker mounted below. Lighting in the aft stateroom is provided by (3) overhead lights and (2) reading lights. Ventilation is provided by (5) opening ports, (1) overhead hatch (2) Hella fans. The master head is accessed through the door port of the vanity.
Accommodations - Galley
The galley is located on the starboard side and is accessed by stepping down the companionway from the main salon. The galley features a double stainless steel sink, hot and cold pressurized water, (4) burner Force 10 stove/ oven combo, Sharp microwave oven, and a large refrigerator and separate freezer. Ventilation in the galley is provided by (4) opening ports and (1) Hella fan. Lighting is provided by three overhead lights.
Accommodations - Master Head
The master head is accessed through the master stateroom. It features a large vanity and mirror with storage behind, Corian counter tops, sink with hot and cold pressurized water, marine head, separate shower stall with large wet locker to starboard and storage locker to port.
Spars and Rigging
- Hood "Stowaway", keel stepped in mast furling mast with manual drive and emergency backup
- Winch for furling (Lewmar #48) located to starboard under dodger
- Double spreader rig with tapered aerofoil spreaders
- All fittings filled and faired
- Deck ring fabricated in aluminum and finished
- Mast coat and clips
- Conduit for masthead instrument wiring
- Steaming/deck floodlight
- (1) Lewmar mast winch
- (4) 8" Anodized alloy cleats
- Outhaul car using recirculating balls and a 2:1 tackle between the clew and the car
- Welded main-sheet and preventer bales
- Built in preventer in Boom
- Custom Hood solid rod kicker/vang and tackle, with control line led aft to the main-sheet winch
- Forestay and backstay are of Dyeform stainless steel wire
- Rigging Sizes: forestay, backstay and capshrouds are 12 mm, lowers are 14 mm, intermediates are 12 mm, babystay is 10 mm
- Lewmar #66 electric winches port and starboard
- Lewmar #54 manual 2-speed winches port and starboard
- Lewmar #40 manual 2-speed winches port and starboard
- Outboard/inboard mounted jib tracks
- Roller furling genoa
- Roller furling staysail
- Roller furling Spinnaker
- Adjustable backstay
- Lewmar traveler mounted aft of the cockpit
Sails by Hallet of Maine
- Mainsail 2007
- Staysail 2007
- Genoa 2007
- Spinnaker with squeezer sock
The Oyster 55 hull is molded in GRP from female molds built by Oyster in their own facility under the designer's supervision, ensuring a smooth accurate finish. The hull and deck structure are molded to the designers spec in a Lloyds' approved facility under controlled conditions. The hull is hand laminated and all hull/deck moldings are produced using Lloyds' approved gelcoat and laminating resign.
The deck structure is molded in GRP with a balsa core for strength and insulation. In load bearing areas the core is replaced with plywood for additional strength, and all load bearing fittings have aluminum backing plates. Within the foredeck is a recessed locker for anchor chain storage, which is fitted with hinged lids (port/starboard). Within the aft deck there is a large storage locker for the gas bottles w/ overboard drain to starboard. A large hatch, center mounted on the aft deck, gives access to the full width, very large lazarette locker. At the aft end of the coachroof there are two built in, self draining deck storage lockers used for lines storage and assorted deck gear.
- (3) Pairs of fairleads- bow, midships and stern
- (3) Pairs of 12" alloy cleats for mooring
- (2) 7" Cockpit cleats for sheets
- Lewmar mainsheet track, slider, end stops and control lines
- Pair of Lewmar Genoa sheet 32mm T-tracks with sliders
- Pair of double sheave Lewmar 8535 footblocks on GRP custom bases
- (4) Spinlock rope clutches on top of pilot house to starboard for Vang, mainsheet, topping lift and mainsail clew outhaul.
- (2) Spinlock rope clutches on top of pilothouse to port for mainsail furling lines
- (1) Spinlock rope clutch, on port side deck for Yankee furling line
- (1) Spinlock rope clutch, on starboard side for jib
- Sissy bars on Boom
- Deck fillers for fuel, water and waste
- (6) GRP Dorade boxes with flexible cowls. Stainless steel guard rails over the forward (4) dorade boxes
- Stainless steel bow pulpit, stern pulpit with seating, hinged stern ladder, stanchions, and grab rails along the pilothouse/forward coach-roof.
- Tan Bimini/Dodger combo with stainless steel framing
- Stainless steel plow anchor with 200' Chain (new 2014) and rode
- Fortress secondary anchor
Electronics and Navigation
- Furuno SSB model FS-1503
- Autohelm ST7000 autopilot
- Raytheon radar display
- Autohelm electric compass
- Autohelm multidisplay (wind/speed/depth)
- Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF
- Raytheon Ray202 VHF
- Pioneer stereo system
- (2) Speakers in aft stateroom
- (2) Speakers in main saloon
- (2) Speakers in forward saloon
- Autohelm wind
- Autohelm speed
- Autohelm depth
- Autohelm electric compass
- Raymarine radar/gPS
- Autohelm navigation data
- Autohelm multidisplay
- Autohelm ST7000 autopilot
- (2) Alpine cockpit speakers
- Raymarine chartplotter
- Standard Horizon VHF with Cockpit remote
The DC electrical supply is 24 volt, and a bank of (8) 6 volt 20 hour rated batteries give 230 Amp hours (approx) at 24 volts for the domestic supply. These batteries are heavy duty deep cycle type.
Power from an 88 Amp hour (approx) battery bank of 12 volt batteries is devoted to main engine/generator starting.
All batteries are positively secured against inversion in case of knock down. The domestic batteries have positive forced gas extraction to the exterior of the vessel via a 2.75" spark proof fan. The engine and the generator starting battery gas is extracted via ducting to the exterior of the vessel.
Charging of the batteries from the engine is via the 40 amp alternator and a diode isolator. There is also a Mastervolt inverter charger (new 2010) located under the settee in the main salon.
All electrics are connected to appropriately sized circuit breakers that are incorporated into the main breaker panels mounted to the aft bulkhead behind the navigation station in the main salon.
Mains AC ring main, with (3) double, 3-pin Clipsal sockets in beige finish, located in the main saloon, aft cabin and galley.
(2) 30 Amp dockside power cable fitting into a Hubbell chrome plated socket located in the cockpit coaming.
2 Kilowatt immersion heater fitted in the hot water tank.
- MOB Equipment (Port Side Mounted)
- McMurdo Precision GPS/EPIRB
- Fire Extinguishers
- CO2 Detectors
- Life Raft
- Fenders with blue fleece covers
- Boat hook
- Chelsea clock
- Chelsea barometer
- Various engine and mechanical spares
- Vessel manuals
- Cockpit table
- Ensign staff with ensign
- All Vessel Manuals
- Spare inverter at navigation station
- Cockpit cushions
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.