• 17.49 m
  • 2004
  • Oyster Yachts
  • Spain
  • £530,000



Ragamuffin is a fine example of Oyster’s most popular model so far, the Oyster 56. Since her launch in 2004
Ragamuffin has, in the owners’ words “yielded many years of exceptional enjoyment, created the most
wonderful sailing experiences and memories for all those who sailed on her”. She has been maintained to
exacting standards and has never been chartered.
To bring her up to date, Ragamuffin had an all-encompassing refit with Oyster Wroxham in 2013, which not
only included a new teak deck, new rigging and new sails, but also "enabled extensive overhauling and
reconditioning of many engineering components, which given the scope of work and if done outside the
Oyster Yard, would have been challenging to do". The refit also permitted the owners to add many clever and
practical features, learnt along the way, to further enhance their comfort on board.
Ragamuffin’s in-mast furling makes her easy to handle with just two on board and yet the yacht is spacious
enough for seven people to cruise in comfort. “Professional crew participating in trans-Atlantic crossings on
Ragamuffin, frequently expressed their surprise at her speed and comfort at sea, surpassing many of their
experiences on larger yachts.” Below decks, Ragamuffin’s generous layout comprises a luxurious en-suite
aft cabin, two comfortable guest cabins and a third single bunk cabin which doubles as a walk-in workshop.
The owners are more than satisfied with the Oyster 56 design saying “Ragamuffin’s high quality finishes and
aesthetics are only surpassed by the attention to engineering detail incorporated at the time of design and
Ragamuffin is only for sale as the owners are planning the potential acquisition of a much bigger Oyster.
Lying in Oyster Palma, ready to cast off, Ragamuffin is available to view at short notice.

  • Basic Information
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  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: Oyster Yachts
  • Category: Cutter
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  • Model Year: 2004
  • YearBuilt: 2003
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  • Tax Paid: VAT Unpaid
  • Country: Spain
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  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: Yes
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 4/7 - Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
  • LOA: 57' 5" (17.49m)
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  • Berths: 7
  • Heads: 3
  • Sleeps: 7
  • State Rooms: 4
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  • Captains Quarters: No
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  • Hull Material: GRP
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  • Manufacturer: Perkins
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 Hull Number Oyster 56/34
 HULL CONSTRUCTION  Laid-up GRP, single skin with structural stringers and floors to Lloyds approved design
specification. Outer hull laminate in Vinylester resin.
 HULL FINISH  Dark blue hull with cove line in gold and double boot top lines in white.
AWL Grip – Flag Blue last repainted: 2013 at Fox’s marina, Ipswich.
 DECK CONSTRUCTION Moulded in GRP with balsa core.
 DECK FINISH Teak laid decks 14mm, new Moody decks (except cockpit floor) in 2012 Oyster Wroxham refit.
Varnished teak capping rail. Epithanes.
 KEEL  High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.
 RUDDER Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.
 STERN DESIGN ‘Sugar scoop’ stern design with bathing platform trimmed with teak slats and stainless steel
steps for access to the stern deck.
 EURCD  Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean
Built to MCA specification.


Main anchor 34kg (75lb) Stainless steel spade anchor + 70m of 13mm galvanized chain
(30m added in 2012)
Kedge anchor: 30kg Spade + 10m 13mm stainless steel chain + 100m of 18mm Octoplait.
 WINDLASS  Lewmar Heavy Duty Ocean 3 vertical capstan type 24v electric anchor windlass with
remote controls at steering pedestal. Rebuilt in 2016 Palma
 DECK ACCESS  Midship gateway stanchions.
Gate to pushpit.
Stainless steel bathing ladder.
Passerelle – Multiplex, carbon fibre lightweight folding passerelle inc. rail and bag.
 ​HATCHES​ Vertical drop-down washboard system with shock cord for main companionway.
Lewmar alloy-framed deck hatches - All 4 renewed in 2012 Oyster Wroxham refit.
6 Gebo Econoline opening ports in aft coachroof sides.
8 Alloy-framed Gebo opening hullports, in cabins, WC’s and galley.
7 Alloy-framed, custom-made, deck saloon windows in toughened, smoked 12mm glass –
2 of these are opening windows. New frames on deckhouse windows in 2012 refit. All
hinges for deck locker lids recessed in 2012 refit. All hinges for deck locker lids new and
 CANVASWORK Fold down companionway sprayhood material: Weathermax, colour: ‘Oyster’ with leather
covered, extended, stainless steel grabrail to aft end. Central window is opening.
Sprayhood renewed in 2012.
New Bimini in Weathermax ‘Oyster’ in 2012 with clear window under boom light.
Detachable transparent storm screen for fitting between top of dodger and front of bimini.
Covers for cockpit table, pedestals and steering wheels in Sunbrella ‘Oyster’.
Cockpit cushions reupholstered in 2012 Oyster Wroxham refit.
RIB cover, over davit style in Marine Blue.
New upholstered cushions made for pushpit seats and backrests in 2013 Oyster Wroxham
New cockpit aft shade awning, also cockpit side shade awnings.
Original Sunbrella Plus colour ‘Oyster’ extendable aft bimini and forward of saloon
tropical/sundeck covers. Original Sunbrella ‘Oyster’ caprail covers, winch covers, winter
stowage dodger and bimini for cockpit.
 DECK PLUMBING Hot and cold freshwater deck shower in transom locker.
Salt water aft deck wash connection in transom locker.
ITT Jabsco freshwater anchor/deckwash, with Hozelock fitting inside anchor locker. Hose
and spraygun in anchor locker.
 COCKPIT Walk-through teak-laid cockpit.
Stainless steel mug rack to steering pedestal with additional grabrail on top of mug rack.
 COCKPIT TABLE  Varnished cockpit table with stainless steel frame, folding leaves, insulated GRP box and
Pedestal type. Folding Whitlock helm fitted in 2012 Oyster Wroxham refit.
OUTBOARD BRACKET   Two standard size outboard brackets on re-inforced pushpit rail. One either side.
Novalift outboard crane on pushpit with two caprail locator plates, 1 each side.
 Cooney/Simpson S225, Series 7, electric davits, long reach version. Spectra safety strop
between dinghy and davit. Ensign sockets on both davits. – Davits overhauled/rebuilt at
Simpson in UK – 2012 refit. 
 GENERAL  Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit.
Stainless steel fairleads. 8 x stainless steel fold down cleats added in 2012 refit.
Lewmar blocks replaced with flush fitting type in 2012 refit.
Stainless steel grab handles (port and starboard) at transom to assist when coming
alongside in a RIB.
Lazarette locker with twin stainless steel gas struts.
Stainless steel gas struts to both built-in, self-draining lockers at aft end of coachroof.
Liferaft stowage: Stainless steel and teak liferaft holder fitted on foredeck.
Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.
2 X S/S Stern posts for navigation/communications antenna.
Gas locker for 2 x 6kg propane bottles.
Five stainless steel fishing rod holders with D rings on pushpit rail.
Stowage in lazarette for 4 x dive bottles.
2 X Varnished quick-fitting barbeque tables: location? – Stored against lazarette lid
One teak Dolphin seat for quick fitting to pulpit – Stored in saloon under sole boards
Stainless steel mug holders at aft pushpit quarter seats.
Force 10 BBQ and bracket mounted in fishing rod holder.


 Cutter rig. Hood Stoway, electric in-mast furling. Painted / anodized- overhauled in 2013
– Fox’s.
Preventer lines
Solid rod kicker/vang.
Backstay adjuster - hydraulic / manual
Jumper struts and plastic tube covered jumper wires.
Mast steps
Spectra running backstays upgraded in 2013 Oyster Wroxham refit.
 MAINSAIL FURLING  Mainsail furling – Hood Stoway, electric.
Foresail furling – Reckmann Hydraulic -
Staysail furling – Reckmann Hydraulic – both furlers overhauled and serviced by Reckmann in
Germany – ex Fox’s - 2013
 ​WINCHES  Primary winches: 2 x Lewmar 66EST electric, self-tailing winches.
Secondary winches: Port side 54CEST chrome, electric, self-tailing winch.
Starboard side 54CST, chrome, manual, self-tailing winch.
Mainsheet winch under sprayhood: Lewmar 48CEST, chrome, electric, self-tailing.
2 x Lewmar 16 CST 2 speed, self-tailing mainsheet traveller control line winches.
3 x winch handle pockets – 2 in cockpit and 1 on mast.
 SPINNAKER GEAR  Twin / single aluminium alloy / carbon spinnaker pole(s) stowed vertically on mast.
Package includes chainplates, deck fittings, halyard, topping lift, pole lift, single sheet,
guy, fore guy and all required blocks.
 SAILS  Manufacturer –Dolphin – all new as at 2013
Headsail (Yankee)
Cruising Chute
Stowage bags
 SHEETS & HALYARDS All newly replaced – Fox’s 2013


 GENERAL  Seven berths in four cabins, excluding the saloon.
Interior joinery finished in crown cut teak.
Designed to be modern and co-ordinated, whilst remaining practical and durable at sea.
Essential features include sculpted fiddles and grabrails, ‘shadow-gap’ joints between panels
and Oyster custom knobs for lockers and drawers.
Watertight door and bulkhead to foreward cabin. – Part of MCA specification
Cabin sole ‘chequer-board’ style teak cabin sole. Soleboards all refurbished in 2012 refit.
Surfaces in galley in Avonite colour: Calgary.
Surfaces in heads in Avonite colour: Midnight Sky’. Buffed gloss finish to WC Avonite.
Headlining in off-white vinyl.
Upholstery in saloon seating - Alcantara colour #2106. Recushioned in 2012 refit.
Forward /aft cabins – in Alcantara colour #1110.
Lee screens on sea berths including saloon settee.
Curtains to windows in all cabins.
Oceanair skyscreens to all deck hatches. Replaced with new in 2012 refit.
Oceanair blinds at deckhouse windows – new in 2012 refit.
Flyscreens to all opening hull and coachroof ports.
Heated towel rails in both WCs.
Fans fitted in 2012 refit.
 FORWARD DOUBLE CABIN Spacious double cabin in the bow, centerline double berth with Yachtiflex sprung battons, upholstered seat with vanity table, plentiful clothes lockers and a hanging locker. The deck is
accessible via the forehatch. New shelves fitted in lockers in 2012 refit.  
 FORWARD HEADS/ SHOWER To starboard aft of the forecabin, is a large WC accessed from the passageway, incorporating a toilet, washbasin and separate shower stall. Vacuflush fresh water toilets, Hansgrohe quality
mixer taps and showers with heated towel rail, toothbrush holders, soap dish and WC roll
PORT FORWARD TWIN BUNK CABIN  Aft of the forecabin, to port is a cabin with upper and lower berths, which have been widened, lockers for clothes, a vanity unit and hanging locker.
 GALLEY   A well-planned galley is located to port of the cockpit in the passageway to the aft cabin.
Access panels to the engine compartment from below the sinks. An oilskin hanging locker, with
heating reticulation and auto-light fitted, is built into the aft end of the engine room space.
Above the oilskin hanging locker is a customized locker for spices. A teak mug rack is fitted
under cockpit. Rubbish bin is fitted inside a locker door adjacent to the sinks. Shelf and
stowage over cooker at hull port. Salt and fresh water supply in galley. Teak knifeblock on
bulkhead fwd of locker above fridge. 
 SINKS  Twin stainless steel sinks. Custom-made dish draining locker behind galley sinks. Drain runs to
aft WC grey water box. Draining racks, manufactured from heavy gauge s/s wire, white plastic
powder coated, fit inside an Avonite tray for stowage of standard Oyster plates, side plates and
bowls. No need to ever dry up! Seafresh charcoal filter on cold water supply to the galley. 
 COOKER  Gimballed Force 10 cooker in stainless steel, with 4 burners, grill and oven. A heavy gauge
fiddle rail is fitted around the top of the cooker which incorporates a pair of adjustable
clamping pan-holders.
 MICROWAVE REFRIGERATION   Frigoboat system cooling fridge, located at aft section of galley, with digital temperature readout
replaced in 2013 – controls fitted in adjacent galley locker 
 Frigoboat W50F system cooling freezer/fridge in chest coolbox. Digital temperature read out
at galley replaced in 2012 refit. Controls behind saloon seat back. Dual controls allowing fridge
and freezer.
 Two mesh vegetable baskets fitted in locker under worksurface forward of the fridge. Vents in
locker doors. 
 Bosch washer/dryer at forward starboard corner of saloon. 
U LINE – located under single bunk in starboard cabin/workshop, immediately aft of NAV
 SALOON  The saloon features a Burr elm saloon table and settee area to port. To starboard is another
settee. The table opens up to form and oval dining table and with 2 portable folding director’s
chairs, it can seat up to 8 people. Saloon table cover with foam padding in the headlining vinyl.
12 bottle horizontal wine rack is below the saloon table with access from the aft door. Vertical
spirit bottle stowage in forward side of locker. Access from forward, lockable door. Stowage for
crystal glasses and crystal decanter in port forward saloon locker. Crystal glasses in starboard
side locker with stowage for crystal decanters. Auto-light in glasses locker. Cleat fitted below
port side saloon seats, to stow wine bottles. Access to the saloon from the cockpit is via timber
and stainless steel steps. Vertical drop down washboard with shock cord at companionway
entrance. Two timber grab handles are fitted either side of the companionway opening.
Quickfit stainless steel teak pad seat which slots onto last step of companionway for additional
seating – stowage under sole board of twin bunk cabin. 
The chart area is at the aft end of the saloon and has all instruments mounted in the optimum
viewing position at the correct angle for ease of reading. The table can accommodate a halffolded
Admiralty chart and above outboard of the table is a bookshelf for Navigation
books/Almanac etc.. AC and DC electrical panels are located overhead, above the navigator’s
seat. Pencil box fitted. File stowage box beneath chart table seat.
 WORKSHOP  Aft of the saloon on the starboard side, is the workshop with a folding outwards single upper
berth, half width formica worktop inboard and rubber mat cover and an abutting small locker.
Chart drawer and lockers underneath. Hard wood vice edge, protected by quick-release
stainless steel caprail. Locker for watermaker and fuel filters on aft bulkhead with joinered
door. Icemaker fitted at forward end below berth with face exposed. Eyelets on workshop
headliners to hang fruit stowage nets from.  
 ENGINE ROOM  Access to the engine compartment is through the workshop and under the sinks in the galley
and through a panel in the aft cabin. Engine compartment has foam and lead sandwich
insulation. Access panels are fitted with rubber sealing strips to minimize noise. 24v lighting
and 24v extractor fan are installed switched at the DC panel. An automatic fire extinguisher is
installed. Engine room tool box fitted. Engine and generator compartments re-soundproofed in
 OWNER’S STATEROOM   Spacious aft double cabin with a queensize double berth offset from the centerline, a curved
settee, mirrored dressing table with 2 drawers and a locker underneath and a large hanging
locker with abundant drawer and locker space. Exterior full-length mirrored aft heads door,
locker with two shelves. Bookcase outboard to starboard of the berth, stainless steel rod type
with U shaped dividers. Access to the aft toilet and shower to starboard and access to port
through the galley. 2012 additions: Shelves in lockers, mirror on cabin door, extra grab handle
on hanging locker bulkhead. 
 Access is to starboard from the aft cabin. The large en-suite heads incorporates a Vacuflush freshwater toilet, washbasin and separate shower stall. Hansgröhe quality mixer taps and
shower, heated towel rail, toothbrush holders, soap dish and WC roll holder. 


 FORWARD DOUBLE CABIN  Sharp Aquos (size? – 18”? – not sure) LCD TV surface mounted on bulkhead Pioneer single DVD/CD/Radio mounted in top of hanging locker face. Speakers in headlining.
 FORWARD TWIN CABIN Pioneer single CD/radio mounted in top of hanging locker face. Speakers in headlining.
 SALOON Sharp Aquos 20” LCD TV mounted in slide out door with cabinet behind fitted out for CD/ DVD
stowage. DVD player mounted on shelf above. Additional stowage shelf for CD/DVDs.
Linn Classik Movie DVD/CD player at saloon TV cabinet. Video and audio signals cabled to all
TVs. Infra red remote ‘eye’.
Anthony Gallo 5 cube speaker system (stainless steel) and woofer mounted in saloon,
connected to DVD with surround sound. TV speaker recessed in headlining over TV.
CD stacker added to Pioneer CD radio at chart table.
 OWNER’S STATEROOM  Sharp Aquos 20” LCD TV mounted on door of CD rack stowage and cabinet. Pioneer single DVD/CD/Radio mounted in face of port side locker aft of hanging locker.
Speakers in headlining. Wired to TV.
2 X Bose Speakers – Volume control button in saloon at portside vertical Headliner adjacent to
top step


 ENGINE Perkins Sabre engine M115T (115Hp@2400 rpm) with 24V starter motor. Engine in an
exceptional condition – Injectors overhauled – Oyster/Palma 2015
Approximately 3,500 hours at June 2016.
 PROPELLER 3 bladed 600mm diameter feathering Max prop.
 ROPE CUTTER Ambassador rope cutter on shaft
40 Amp 24v Prestolite alternator to charge engine start batteries.
150Amp 24v Mastervolt alternator charging the domestic battery bank. – New alternator fitted
Westerbeke BTD 7.5kVa generator.
Approximately xxxx at June 2016.
Sleipner 10hp tunnel bowthruster, eyebrow.
Whitlock cable system. – Cables replaced – Oyster refit 2013.
220v Cruisair reverse cycle system, comprising of 3 X BTU units to give a
total of 48,000 BTU’s at 60Hz, 39,840 BTUs at 50Hz. One in aft cabin, one in saloon and one
in forward double serving both forecabins. Spur to workshop from aft cabin with vent.
 HEATING  Eberspacher hydronic 10 hot water central heating system with 2 speed fan coils. 1 in aft cabin,
2 in saloon, 1 in forward cabin, 1 in twin cabin and 1 in single bunk/workshop cabin.
U-Line SS95 located in single bunk/workshop cabin.
Seafresh 208A watermaker 220V giving approximately 135 l/hr.

Tankage and Plumbing

1,450 litres approximately (274 imp/330 US gallons) in 2 x GRP tanks
The second fuel tank (approx. 400 litres) was installed in addition to standard and located
forward of the main bulkhead.
950 litres approximately (208 imp/250 US gallons) in a GRP tank under starboard side of the
deck saloon floor.
A tank tender system for 2 fuel and water tanks, in addition to standard dipsticks, is located in
workshop over top of watermaker locker on engine room side.
From an insulated approximately 76 litres (16 imp/20 US gallons) alloy tank heated by the
engine’s heat exchanger, or by thermostatically-controlled 220v, 2kW immersion heater
elements powered by the generator or dockside power.

 BLACK WATER HOLDING TANKS  2 gravity discharge polypropelene toilet holding tanks for forward and aft WCs. Pump out. Wema gauges.
Showers and washbasins discharge into two sump tanks, one forward and one aft. These tanks
evacuate by a dedicated electric Whale Gulper pump directly overboard. The galley sink also
empties via an electric Whale Gulper pump. These three pumps are operated by rubber toggle
2 X Stainless steel manifolds for seawater inlets to reduce through-hull fittings located one port
and one starboard. All skin fittings and seacocks below waterline replaced in 2012 Oyster
Wroxham refit.


220v ac ring main with various 3-pin Clipsal outlet sockets located as appropriate within the
 OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS 2 x 12v sockets at chart table / pedestal.
Domestic: 8 X 6V 220 amp LifeLine – AGM batteries – GPL-4CT – in 2 parallel banks of 4
batteries each, collectively 440 amp- new 2014.
Engine start: 2 x 88 Ah 12v batteries wired in series.
Generator start: 1 X 12v battery
Chargers Mastervolt BTM 3 battery monitor.
Service/Engine 24V starting battery “emergency link”. 
Mastervolt 24V/2500W Sinewave inverter to run DVD, Bose system, Computer and Icemaker.
Mastervolt 24V/2500W Sinewave inverter to run TVs microwave, ring main sockets.
30a dockside power cable. Hubbell socket in transom / coaming.
Second 220V/30A shorepower cable and socket for aircon loads.
Downlight type LED lights in polished chrome finish - fitted new 2012 Oyster Yard -
9 bulkhead lights upgraded to Cabin
Chrome new classic units.
Cabin ‘Glassline Minor’ reading lights in chrome with ceramic shade.
2 x LED dome lights in engine room.
Flexible chart table light. Red LED light at chart table fitted in 2012 refit.
2 x Auto door lights for refrigeration and drinks locker.
2 x swivel halogen lights over mirrors in forward and aft cabins.
Red “courtesy” footlights at companionway steps.
Red overhead light at companionway steps.
Red overhead light at galley.
Red overhead lights at forward WC, companionway forward of mast outside forward WC door.
Dimmer to upper saloon.
Eyeball spotlights over pictures on main saloon bulkhead.
2 Eyeball spotlights in aft cabin over aft bulkhead.
Cantalupi Cleo light in chrome over aft cabin and fwd cabin vanity mirrors.

Navigation and Communication

Boom light over cockpit table – dimmable switch at helm console.
Pair of lower spreader lights.
2 X waterproof lights mounted in lazarette locker. Switch on underside of deck.
Aqua signal xx bow and stern navigation lights.
Steaming/deck floodlight.
Tri-white anchor/navigation light at masthead. Led masthead light.
2 X Underwater blue LED lights fitted just forward of sugar scoop – 1 X port, 1 X starboard –
get info from Adrian – On/off switch at helm console.
2 X LED swivel spotlights at aft starboard stern post.
SIRS Major 150mm diameter.
 SAILING INSTRUMENTS Raymarine ST60. Location of repeaters: Companionway consol: Depth/Analogue Wind/Speed
Pedestal: Multi function display
Chart Table: ST60 Tridata display.
Aft cabin: Multi function display mounted on starboard side locker.
 CHART PLOTTER/ RADAR  Raymarine RL80 CRC Plus radar/plotter at chart table with 4kW radome on mast inc. GPS interface. RL70C repeaters X 2 – one located at dodger (starboard side) and other at helm
console. Sea Me radar transponder at masthead. Control at chart table. 
 AUTOPILOT  Remote ST60R control – socket at starboard side of consol. Second Seatalk socket outside
aft deck locker. 
 Raymarine HDFI fishfinder module with combination echo, speed transducer pod, with fairing
pod into hull.
 NAV POD  Raymarine NAV Pod at helm in case of storm destruction. Fitted in Oyster Wroxham refit 2012.
Windex at masthead. 
ICS Navtex 6 plus includes GPS interface and ANT6 aeriel. 
Raymarine 260 with horn/hailer function - second station at pedestal. Both units fitted new
Palma - 2015 
ICOM 802 SSB inc. ATU and dropper.
Wide copper strip from chart table to lazarette and twin large ground plates as SSB earth
Backstay insulators. V Tronix cockpit speaker for SSB with on/off swx at chart table. 
Fleet 33 fixed unit fitted at NAV station, audio and data, with data linked to PC for Macsea
navigation and other internet purposes. Motorola SS9505 handheld Iridium at chart table, with
external antenna kit. Interface to computer via blue tooth device. 
New onboard PC fitted in locker at NAV station under NAV station desk. Canon BJC85 printer
mounted on rear of flap down locker beside chart table.


RIB – Avon 3.4m with Jockey console, lifting strops, compass, custom stainless steel trawling
bar, VHF, GPS, Fishing rod holders, 2 X fuel tanks (1 X 15 lt and 1 X 25 lt). Outboard motor –
Honda 20Hp – electric start and tilt. 
Bauer Junior dive compressor / 4 X cylinders in lazarette. 
Oyster customised Wedgwood bone china crockery. 
Oyster customised Sheffield / Robert Welch stainless steel cutlery. 
4 brick safe with key lock in aft cabin and vinyl panel to cover.