2008
Year
OYSTER MARINE LTD
Builder
65' 6" (19.96m)
Length
4
Cabins

ROCAS 2008 65' 6" OYSTER MARINE LTD Cruising Sailboat

Dubrovnik Croatia £950,000 GBP


The 2008 65' 6" OYSTER MARINE LTD Oyster 655 Cruising Sailboat ROCAS is a sail boat for sale located in Dubrovnik, Croatia.

The Oyster 655 is a powerful and well designed bluewater cruising yacht. This yacht has a powerful full battened mainsail, carbon rig and lovely teak interior. Substantially refitted in 2021 including a full review and paint of the rig, she has great systems all of which are fully operational and she looks stunning.

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LENGTH 65' 6" (19.96m)
BUILDER OYSTER MARINE LTD
ASKING PRICE £950,000 GBP
BUILT 2008
BEAM 18' 5" (5.61m)
DRAFT 9' 8" (2.95m)
MAX SPEED N/A
CRUISING SPEED N/A
CABINS 4
GROSS TONNAGE 0.00
DISPLACEMENT 85978.08 Lbs
LOCATION Dubrovnik, Croatia
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Construction

RCD Status: The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC or RCDII (2013/53/EU as appropriate (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean”

 

Charter Coding – Built to MCA Category 2

 

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:

  • The hull is a composite construction, moulded using a polyester gelcoat and vinylester laminating resin.
  • Incorporating a high-tech custom monolithic (single skin) E-glass/Carbon/Kevlar composite laminate, specially designed by High Modulus, one of the world leaders in composite yacht design.
  • The composite hull skin is reinforced with a matrix of stringers and floors both above and below the waterline.
  • Bulkheads are plywood.
  • Limber holes and/or tubes are installed at appropriate points.
  • Stringers, bulkhead landings, and floors are formed over a non-structural inert polyurethane foam.
  • ‘White’ hull with cove line and double boot top lines in ‘Black.’
  • Boat lifted for hull work. Lightly blasted then sanded for new coatings of epoxy and antifoul, repair to hull gelcoat blemishes, and polished (December 2021).
  • Superstructure compound/cut and wax (December 2021).
  • Works to topsides, including restoring colour to boot top and cove lines, plus wax polish (December 2021).
  • Moulded deck in GRP with balsa core.
  • Teak laid decks.
  • The deck edge incorporates a bulwark, which facilitates relatively flat side decks.
  • The top of the bulwark is a clean GRP finish with a modern and stylish ‘rolled edge’ that enhances the yacht’s visual appearance with a graceful sheer line.
  • Repaint of white non-slip coating to coachroof (January 2022).
  • The stern design incorporates a recessed platform, which is especially useful for bathing/boarding and is finished with laid teak.
  • Fold down stainless steel bathing/boarding ladder with oval tube treads and four moulded GRP steps, trimmed with teak treads, incorporated into the transom for easy access to the stern deck.
  • The ladder is fitted with a lanyard and retaining pin for retrieval/stowage.
  • New vinyl ‘Rocas’ signage (January 2022).

 

Keel & Rudder:

  • High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.
  • Keel studs examined, new nuts fitted and torqued to correct settings (December 2021).
  • Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.

Machinery

Engine & Gearboxes:

  • Perkins Sabre M185C, 6-cylinder, turbo-charged diesel engine - maximum 136kW (187hp) at 2,100rpm.
  • Engine and generator Racor filters parallel plumbed, so they can be run as a single unit.

 

Maintenance & Performance:

  • Engine serviced, plus engine heat exchanger inspected and refitted with new gaskets (January 2022).
  • Racor filters serviced, to include being stripped, cleaned, and glass filter bowls replaced (December 2021).
  • Hours approximately 5,100 at February 2022.

 

Propulsion & Steering:

  • Twin Lewmar Y-spoked carbon steering wheels.
  • Brunton Varifold 4-bladed propeller, with rebuild kit in spares.
  • Propeller blades removed for cleaning, bump stops replaced, hub cleaned, and reassembled, cutlass bearing replaced, plus all underwater anodes renewed (December 2021).
  • Ambassador rope cutter on prop shaft, with rebuild kit in spares.
  • Max Power CT325 18hp tunnel bow thruster with eyebrow.
  • One new bow thruster propeller blade, two new shear pins, and a new helm controller joystick (December 2021).
  • Emergency tiller.

Electrical Systems

Voltage Systems:

  • 24V ships supply.
  • 220V mains AC ring main with seven double, 3-pin Clipsal outlet sockets located as appropriate within the layout.
  • 12V socket at chart table.
  • 12V waterproof socket and plug in lazarette for 30A dinghy pump.
  • 24V Dri-plug socket at pedestal for MCA fire-fighting system.
  • Additional 220V AC Vimar socket in galley.

 

Battery Banks:

  • Domestic: Rolls Surrette batteries fitted with Hydrocaps, totaling 820Ah (replaced December 2021).
  • Engine and generator start: spiral-wound Optima Red Top RT-S 4.2 batteries (replaced December 2021).

 

Battery Chargers:

  • Mastervolt 220V MASS 24/100A charger.
  • Additional Mastervolt MASS 24/100A charger.
  • Mastervolt BTM and C3RS battery monitoring system.
  • Mastervolt Alpha Pro regulator.
  • Emergency link for engine start to domestic batteries.

 

Alternators:

  • 40A (24V) alternator for start battery charging.
  • Alternator removed to allow access for starter motor bolts to be tightened, then refitted (January 2022).
  • Mastervolt 150A (24V) high output alternator for domestic battery charging, controlled by a Mastervolt Alpha Pro Regulator.

 

Generator:

  • Onan 17.5kVA (220V at 50Hz) generator to handle air conditioning loads.
  • Generator serviced (December 2021).
  • Racor filters serviced, to include being stripped, cleaned, and glass filter bowls replaced (December 2021).
  • Hours approximately 4,650 at February 2022.

 

Shore Power:

  • 30A dockside power cable.
  • Hubbell socket in transom.
  • Additional 30A dockside power cable and socket for air conditioning loads.

 

Other Electrical:

  • Mastervolt 220V sine inverter 24V/1500W for AV systems and ice maker.
  • Additional Mastervolt 220V sine inverter 24V/2500W for powering domestic sockets and microwave.

Plumbing Systems

  • Freshwater wash down outlet in transom step.
  • Saltwater/freshwater wash down outlet in anchor locker.

 

Fresh Water & Water Heating System:

  • Hot water from an insulated approximately 73 litre (16 Imp gallon/19 US gallon) tank heated by the engine’s heat exchanger, or by thermostatically-controlled 220V, 1.25kW immersion heater element powered by the generator or dockside power.
  • Hot and cold freshwater system based on a high capacity water pump with PEX/PBT pipework and fittings.
  • New header tank fitted (December 2021).
  • Charcoal filter to pressurised supply.
  • Backup fresh water pump.
  • Pump systems serviced (January 2022).

 

Watermaker:

  • Seafresh 206A (220V) AC watermaker, including Seafresh auto flush system, producing 80 litres per hour (commissioned and checked December 2021). Hour meter added to watermaker.


Bilge Pumps:

  • Par electric bilge pump with Par hydro air switch.
  • Henderson MkV manual bilge pump.
  • Whale 9000 submersible electric bilge pump.
  • Each bilge pump is fitted with a Whale type filtered strum box.
  • All bilge pumps serviced (January 2022).

Tankage

  • Fuel and water tanks are coupled to a Tank Tender contents gauge, but this is not working properly and the use of dipsticks is required.
  • Backup dipsticks are fitted and calibration charts supplied.
  • Stainless steel manifold system for seawater inlets to reduce through-hull fittings.
  • Starboard sea-chest manifold replaced, cleaned, and protected (December 2021).
  • Seacocks checked, cleaned, and replaced where necessary (December 2021).

 

Fuel:

  • 2,000 litres approximately (440 Imp gallons/528 US gallons) in two GRP tanks.
  • Fuel and water tank breathers have quarter-turn valves.
  • Fuel tanks cleaned out (December 2021).

 

Fresh Water:

  • 1,600 litres approximately (352 Imp gallons/423 US gallons) in two GRP tanks.

 

Grey/Blackwater Holding Tanks:

  • Three plastic (Polyethylene) toilet holding tanks installed for each head and plumbed for gravity discharge with additional ability to pump out from deck.
  • Replacement seacock for the forward holding tank discharge (December 2021).
  • Tanks fitted with Wema electric capacity gauges.
  • Showers and washbasins discharge into two sump tanks, one forward and one aft, which then evacuate via a dedicated electric Whale ‘Gulper’ pump directly overboard.
  • These two pumps are each operated by a waterproof rocker switch.
  • The galley sink also empties via a manual pump.

Navigation Equipment

  • Flush-mounted SIRS Major 150mm (6”) diameter steering compass with internal lighting and stainless steel crash bar to each pedestal top. Port compass needs to be refitted.
  • By Raymarine. Raymarine ST290 equipment, including depth, speed, wind speed, and direction with additional ‘close-hauled’ wind at each pedestal. Additional ST290 graphic display at chart table.
  • SmartController wireless pilot/instrument control.
  • Raymarine E120 radar/chart plotter at navigation station. Needs to be renewed completely.
  • Raymarine E120 radar/chart plotter in cockpit. Needs to be renewed completely.
  • New radar scanner dome housing case (December 2021).
  • Comar CSB200 AIS transceiver.
  • AIS receiver linked to PC and navigational system.
  • Raymarine ST7000 with ST290 flush fit control head on port pedestal.
  • Spare autopilot motor and motherboard onboard.
  • Windex at masthead.
  • Furuno NX300 NAVTEX receiver with antenna.
  • Raymarine 240E VHF at chart table with hailer/horn function, and second station at port pedestal.
  • New loud hailer horn (December 2021).
  • VHF speaker in cockpit.
  • Furuno 1570 SSB radio, including DSC antenna.
  • Wide copper strip and plates for SSB earth.
  • Backstay insulated as aerial for SSB.
  • SSB cabling replaced (January 2022).
  • Sailor Fleet 250 BGAN system for voice/data/fax.
  • Antenna and access point.
  • YachtSpot antenna.
  • PC - Computer with hard drive, and 19” PC monitor.
  • Carbon post at stern for navigation/communications antenna.

Domestic Equipment

  • Bosch WVF2000 washer/dryer.
  • Raritan ice maker linked to inverter.
  • Oyster customised Wedgwood bone china crockery.
  • WMF cutlery.

 

Galley:

  • Twin stainless steel sinks.
  • Force 10 electric cooker and induction hob. Cooker replaced (January 2022).
  • Panasonic NN-GD37HS (1000W) stainless steel combination microwave oven/grill (new December 2021).
  • Frigomatic 24V DC refrigeration system for the stainless steel front-opening refrigerators.
  • Veco Frigomatic top-opening freezer box, fitted with two wire baskets.
  • All refrigeration systems serviced, and two new freezer thermostats fitted (December 2021).
  • Seagull purifier water system with dedicated separate tap at galley sink.
  • Manual hand pump at sink for freshwater in case of power/pump failure.
  • Pump system serviced (January 2022).

 

Heads/Showers:

  • 3 x WCs.
  • Hot and cold freshwater deck shower in transom locker.

 

Heating & Ventilation:

  • 220V Cruisair reverse cycle air conditioning system, giving a total of 64,000 BTUs from four 16,000 BTU units, plus an additional three air handling units to direct air around boat.
  • All air conditioning units serviced, and acid flush cleaned (December 2021).
  • Oyster custom drop-down washboard system for main companionway.
  • Replacement ‘White’ Acetal hatch slide stop, and hatch lock (December 2021).
  • Lewmar alloy-framed deck hatches.
  • Rondal 700 flush hatch on foredeck.
  • Gebo alloy-framed coaming portlights.
  • Gebo opening hullports.
  • Gebo opening port in galley to cockpit.
  • Deck prism in cockpit floor/sole.
  • Stainless steel dorade vents, including stainless steel caps.

 

Audio Visual Systems:

  • Status FM/TV omni-directional antenna at masthead.

 

Sound System:

  • Five speaker surround sound system in main cabin, four speaker system in Owner’s stateroom.
  • Waterproof speakers in cockpit.

 

Television:

  • 32” Toshiba TV with electric lift system in saloon.
  • Kramer distribution system to other cabins with TVs.
  • Socket for iPod linked to Linn.
  • 26” Toshiba LCD TV in aft cabin with link to pedestal display.
  • 23” Blaupunkt TV in forward starboard cabin.
  • Magic Eye for DVD in aft starboard guest cabin and forward starboard guest cabin.
  • Alpine 8” drop-down LCD for each berth, including wireless headphones in aft starboard guest cabin.
  • Anything on an Apple device is played through the ship’s systems.

 

Interior Lighting:

  • Lighting control with Vimar light switches throughout.
  • Cantalupi Ghibli polished chrome bulkhead reading lights throughout.
  • Dimmer switch to main overhead lights in saloon and under forward windows.
  • Strip/rope lighting under kick recess of saloon seating.
  • Fibre optic lights in companionway steps.
  • Red courtesy footlights at deck saloon steps.
  • LED touch light in forward port cabin.
  • Reading light for lower berth.
  • Red overhead lights separately switched at galley, chart table, and in each head.
  • One automatic door light on engine room doors.
  • Automatic refrigerator and drinks locker lights.
  • Waterproof lights in sail locker and lazarette.

 

Exterior Lighting:

  • Boom light over cockpit table.
  • Low-level LED deck lighting in cockpit and aft walkway.
  • Pair of lower spreader downlights.
  • LED uplights to each spreader.
  • Two LED Hella ‘White’ downlights on transom.
  • Lopolight LED navigation lights at bow and stern.
  • Lopolight LED steaming light on mast.
  • Lopolight LED tri-white anchor/navigation light at masthead.
  • Swivel light on aft antenna pole.

Accommodation

Summary of Accommodation:

  • Nine berths in four cabins, excluding the saloon
  • All berths, including doubles, are counted as sea berths and have fitted Dacron lee screens with lanyards leading to through-bolted eyes.
  • Double berths have split mattresses allowing a central lee cloth to provide the necessary support and separation.
  • Designed to be modern and coordinated, whilst remaining practical and durable at sea.
  • Essential features include sculpted fiddles and grab rails, ‘shadow-gap’ joints between panels and ‘Cream’ inlay lines in doors and saloon table.
  • All heads lockers have teak fronts.
  • All drawers use metal runners, which give extremely smooth operation.
  • Mobella McCoy Nova door handles throughout, lockable at each head.
  • Interior joinery finished in quarter sawn teak.
  • Cabin sole in routered teak.
  • Galley worktops in ‘Black Ice’ satin finish Avonite.
  • Heads surfaces in ‘Flannel Grey’ satin finish Avonite.
  • Headlining in off-white vinyl.
  • Clear plastic saloon table cover (for when table is in closed position).
  • Upholstery in Caledonian ‘Soft White’ Bridge of Weir hide leather with ‘stitched’ finish.
  • Hull port surrounds in teak with routered horizontal lines and Roman blinds.
  • Curtains/blind system to all cabins.
  • Roman pleated blinds to hullports.
  • New saloon pleated blinds (December 2021).
  • Oceanair Skyscreens to all deck hatches.
  • Flyscreens to all opening hull and coachroof ports.
  • Seven white Hella fans - in galley, at chart table and in each cabin.

 

Description of layout from forwards:

 

Sail Locker:

  • Sail locker in forepeak accessed by a stainless steel ladder via the Rondal 700 flush hatch on foredeck.

 

Port Forward Twin Cabin:

  • Upper and lower berths with pullout section to lower berth to make into a double.
  • Large stowage lockers under lower berth.
  • Full-length mirror with bevelled edges on inside of cabin door.
  • Bulkhead clad with sound deadening material.

 

En-Suite Head/Shower and Day Head:

  • Incorporating a SeaLand VacuFlush toilet, washbasin, and separate shower stall.
  • Vacuum seal on toilet bowl replaced (January 2022).
  • Doubles as a day head with access from the forward cabin or passageway.
  • New non-slip flooring fitted (December 2021).

 

Starboard Forward Double Cabin:

  • Double berth with locker outboard, large drawers and lockers under berth, plus hanging locker.
  • Full-length mirror with beveled edges on cabin side of head door.
  • Door to en-suite head/shower.

 

En-Suite Head/Shower:

  • Incorporating a SeaLand VacuFlush toilet, washbasin, and shower.
  • New non-slip flooring fitted (December 2021).

 

Saloon:

  • Accessed from the cockpit via a set of teak timber steps with stainless steel handrails, the light and airy saloon features a large curved L-shaped settee to starboard, and a shorter settee to port.
  • Central to the curved L-shaped settee that seats eight is a walnut inlaid dining table with fold-out centre section and ‘Cream’ inlay lines.
  • Starburst elm inlay on closed table top and single hand cutout on either side of divide.
  • Teak bottle holder on aft face of table pedestal and additional stowage, angled for wine stowage.
  • Companionway steps with non-slip stainless steel strips and fibre optic subtle lighting.

 

Galley:

  • Down two steps, aft of the saloon to port, the U-shaped galley provides a spacious, safe area to work in whilst at sea, with good worktop space.
  • Above the sinks an opening portlight provides ventilation from the guest cockpit foot well.
  • Avonite surfaces and routered draining grooves to one side of sinks.
  • Plentiful stowage lockers and drawers.
  • Wine glass cabinet with 16 Riedel wine glasses.
  • Custom stainless steel mug rack over galley sink for 12 mugs.

 

Navigation/Chart Table Area:

  • Comfortable forward/outboard facing navigation station located aft to starboard.
  • The chart table is customised around the electronics and navigational equipment, which is strategically-sited and flush-mounted.
  • Swivel navigator’s seat.
  • Small stainless steel support stays fitted to chart table lids.
  • Provision for stowage of half-folded Admiralty charts.
  • Bookshelf outboard for navigational books and almanacs.
  • Wet locker for hanging oilskins, accessed from the passageway behind navigation station.

 

Engine Room:

  • Accessed via hinged doors from the aft passageway and built of sound-insulating plywood with the entire area insulated with a foam and barrier insulation.
  • A saloon sole board lifts to provide the major access to the generator, located beneath the companionway step ladder.
  • Access hatches in the deck saloon sole are fitted with rubber sealing strips to minimise noise.
  • 24V lighting, plus two extractor fans ducted to the exterior.

 

Starboard Aft Twin Cabin:

  • With upper and lower berths, hanging locker, stowage drawers, and vanity unit.
  • Lower berth edge features solid teak plinth/step.

 

Owner’s Stateroom:

  • Featuring a large centreline double berth offset to port, plus single berth to starboard with ‘trotter box’.
  • Four under berth drawers.
  • Single seat and vanity unit with double locker, mirror and lights to port.
  • Hanging lockers and plentiful stowage.
  • Lock to starboard hanging locker.
  • 4-brick safe; currently not operable.
  • Full-length mirror with beveled edges on aft face of cabin door and port hanging locker.
  • Twin bookshelves.
  • Double sole boards that provide extra sound insulation under floor.
  • This cabin also boasts its own companionway hatch entrance from the aft deck, via a sliding deck hatch and a stainless steel ladder.
  • Custom slide away blackout blind and flyscreen to aft companionway.
  • Door to port providing access to en-suite head/shower.

 

En-Suite Head/Shower:

  • Incorporating a Sealand Vacuflush toilet, washbasin, and separate shower stall.
  • Extractor fan.
  • New shower mixer head assembly (January 2022).
  • New non-slip flooring fitted (December 2021).

Cockpit

  • Walk-through teak-laid cockpit, which is split into separate steering and guest/crew areas.
  • The aft cockpit has a clear central walkway through between twin steering pedestals, giving excellent access from the main companionway to the helm positions and to the aft deck.
  • Custom stainless steel twin drinks holders at each pedestal, plus additional holders under port and starboard side of companionway.

Deck Equipment

Rig:

  • Cutter rig.
  • Hall Spars carbon mast with V-boom.
  • Rod rigging.
  • Solid rod kicker.
  • Harken switch track.
  • Twin Navtec A320 hydraulic backstay adjusters with panel in cockpit.
  • Pair of lightning prevention ion dissipaters at masthead, plus ground chainplates at keel.
  • ‘Maffioli’ ropes for main, genoa, staysail, and passerelle halyards.
  • ‘Maffioli’ ropes for main, genoa, and cruising chute sheets and control lines.
  • Socket at mast head for burgee staff.
  • Two folding mast steps at masthead for working aloft.
  • Two conduits from mast foot to masthead to run electronic wiring.
  • Extra conduit to masthead for antenna and lights.
  • Full inspection and service of spars, and rod rigging replaced/renewed where necessary, in line with recommended 6 year or 40,000 mile service interval (December 2021). Works included:
    1. Mast unstepped for maintenance to mast step, including replacement stainless steel plate, clean-up and repaint of step base, fitment of insulation sheet between the plate and mast step, plus re-stepping of mast and correct positioning.
    2. All mast, boom, and pole fittings refitted on anti-corrosive paste, plus lights and antenna re-installed.
    3. Re-coat of all spars with ‘Cloud White’ Awlgrip paint.
    4. Mast and boom ropes washed.
    5. New runners in 12mm Dyneema.
    6. New replacement Harken cheek block, plus Acetal cheek block mount.
    7. Kicker/vang, and outhaul and backstay rams serviced/inspected, to include new seals and re-gassing, plus replacement hose to the starboard backstay ram.
    8. New rope.
    9. New Acetal stand off blocks for clutches.
  • Mainsail Furling - Fully battened/slab reefing.
  • Headsail Furling - Electric Reckmann headsail and staysail furlers.
  • Multi-purpose spinnaker (MPS) package with vertically stowed carbon pole on mast and all associated hardware, including additional Spinlock rope clutch for twin foreguy.
  • Jockey pole fittings on mast.

 

Winches:

  • Lewmar, self-tailing winches with alloy drums.
  • Drum replaced with bronze at mast.
  • Electric primary and secondary winches.
  • Electric halyard winches on deck, starboard side of mast.
  • Additional electric halyard deck winch on port side.

 

Sails:

  • UK Sailmakers: Slab-reefed mainsail, fully-battened, genoa, staysail, and cruising chute.
  • Doyle Sails USA: Genoa, staysail, and mainsails (fully serviced December 2021).
  • Spinnaker sock.

 

General:

  • Pair of gateway stanchions and side gates for boarding.
  • Gate to pushpit.
  • Stainless steel bathing/boarding ladder – extended.
  • Passerelle socket on transom top step.
  • Exit Engineering 2.85m passerelle, including brace lines and bag.
  • Permanently installed gloss varnished teak-topped cockpit table with fold-down leaves and an insulated top-opening refrigerated GRP box, cooled via a Frigomatic 24V DC (water-cooled) refrigeration unit.
  • Stainless steel frame incorporating fore and aft foot bars.
  • Table extension leaf at aft end.
  • Plastic coated wire baskets inside refrigerated cool box.
  • Refrigeration system serviced (December 2021).
  • Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit.
  • New ‘black’ open deck switches (December 2021).
  • Stainless steel grab rails atop deck saloon.
  • Large full-width lazarette locker with twin stainless steel gas struts fitted to lid.
  • Stainless steel rope stowage between davit webs.
  • Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.
  • Removable stainless steel extension ladder to secure either on the port or starboard side.
  • Gas locker for storage.
  • Heyco large model marine tool kit in sealed box.
  • Assorted tools, spares and manuals.

 

Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:

  • 47kg (105lb) CQR main anchor.
  • New 110m galvanised chain matched to windlass (December 2021).
  • 30kg Spade 140 kedge anchor in fo’c’s’le.
  • Anchor locker divided athwartships.
  • Lewmar 3000 vertical gypsy/drum windlass.
  • Stainless steel fairleads, mooring and cockpit cleats.
  • Pair of cleats under pushpit seats with transom fairleads.
  • C-Quip folding stainless steel mooring cleats.
  • Warps and fenders.

 

Covers, Canvas & Cushions:

  • Large fold down sprayhood fitted over custom stainless steel hoops, which stows neatly into a trough in the deck saloon roof (new Elite sprayhood December 2021).
  • Bimini in Sunbrella ‘Cadet Grey’ with clear panels for boom light and at each helm position.
  • Additional sunshade, which can zip to bimini either port or starboard.
  • Cockpit cushions in Sunbrella ‘Bravada Salsa Stripe.’

 

Tender & Outboard:

  • Teak outboard bracket at pushpit.
  • Highfield CL340 Tender (new December 2021).
  • 4-stroke Yamaha 9.9hp outboard motor (new December 2021).

 

Safety Equipment:

  • Folding 8mm Wichard pad eyes in cockpit for harness lines.
  • Life raft stowage built into stern quarter pushpit seats.
  • Two Ocean Safety Regatta 4-person life rafts in canisters (December 2021), including SOLAS B grab bags and thermal protective aids (TPAs).
  • Webbing straps and hydrostatic auto-release devices.
  • Sea-Me target enhancer/transponder at mast head.
  • High level bilge float switch with audible alarm at steering pedestal.
  • Engine alarm – different tone. LED indicator at main DC panel.
  • Foghorn.
  • Watertight bulkhead between sail locker and forward cabin.

 

Fire-Fighting Equipment:

  • Two new replacement fire extinguishers - one large, and one small (January 2022).
  • Fire blanket in galley.
  • Fire shutters to engine compartment air intake/discharge.
  • Exposed wood surfaces in engine room feature fireproof paint.
  • 24V electric pump with hoses for fire control (MCA requirement).
  • Pump system serviced (January 2022).

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