Oyster Brokerage (UK)
+44 (0) 7834 471 328
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Oyster Brokerage (UK)
+44 (0) 7834 471 328
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The Oyster 54 replaced the 53 in 2008 and was designed by Rob Humphreys and the Oyster design team as a fast and elegant bluewater cruiser, with a little more emphasis on sailing
performance. The 54 has a longer waterline, more sail area, and slightly lighter displacement than her predecessor, while also carrying her beam further aft to enhance her performance.
The rig and her secure centre cockpit, which is around 25% bigger than the 53, are geared towards easy short-handed sailing for a couple. The 54 certainly delivers either as a proven circumnavigator or as a family cruiser. Below decks, she has a simple and seamanlike three-cabin layout, which is as practical as it is beautiful. Oyster launched twenty-one 54s between 2008 and 2013 when the 545 was launched.
Pearl of Persia is still in her original ownership and has taken her current owners around the world on the ﬁrst Oyster World Rally in 2013-2014. She is rigged with what is perhaps the simplest Oyster rig, a sloop with electric furling to both her mainsail and genoa. The maple joinery below gives a light and open feel below. Originally specified with a circumnavigation in mind, Pearl of Persia is very well-equipped and now seeking a new owner to take her on further travels.
The hull is of composite moulded construction from female tools developed by Oyster in their own facility, closely supervised by the Oyster Design Team.
Moulded using a combination of vinylester and polyester resin with the outer topside finish in white gelcoat.
Laminate material comprises a combination of E-Glass, Kevlar and Carbon Fibre. This ‘custom’ laminate offers significant weight savings, strength and stiffness advantages over a normal GRP construction, carbon for weight and stiffness, Kevlar for impact resistance.
The topside structure incorporates an 18mm end-grain, balsa core above the waterline for additional strength, stiffness and insulation.
Below the waterline the hull features a solid laminate, reinforced with a matrix of stringers and floors. Combined with BS1088 standard marine-ply structural bulkheads this produces a robust structure, with excellent strength to weight qualities. Moulded GRP base units are used to mount the internal joinery and also form head and shower compartment modules.
‘White’ hull with cove line and double boot top lines in standard Oyster ‘Blue.’
Moulded in GRP to the Oyster G5 deck saloon profile style, 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 backing plates/washers.
Teak laid decks, featuring a modern rolled deck edge that enhances the yacht’s visual appearance with a graceful sheer line.
The deck is bonded to the hull and incorporates recessed stainless steel mooring cleats. These recesses also aide the swift draining of deck water.
High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.
Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.
The stern design incorporates a platform instep trimmed with laid teak. This area includes a fold-down stainless steel bathing/boarding ladder with oval treads and two stainless steel steps with teak inlay for access to the stern deck. The ladder is fitted with a lanyard and retaining pin for retrieval/stowage.
Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean.
2. DECK LAYOUT AND EQUIPMENT
34kg CQR anchor that stows in the stemhead fitting.
100m of 12mm calibrated galvanized chain, matched to the windlass gypsy, and fastened at its ‘bitter end’ to a through-bolted stainless steel attachment with substantial lanyard.
Recessed locker within the foredeck for anchor chain stowage, which is fitted with hinged lids and a stainless steel clamp-type locking device.
Lewmar V4 vertical capstan type (24V) electric anchor windlass. The windlass is two-way and operated by adjacent foot switch controls.
Pair of midship gateway stanchions and side gates for boarding.
Gate to pushpit.
Stainless steel bathing ladder.
Passerelle socket in top transom rung.
3m alloy folding passerelle with stainless steel spreader bar and brace lines.
Oyster custom drop-down washboard system for main companionway.
Lewmar alloy-framed deck hatches.
Gebo alloy-framed coaming portlights.
Gebo opening hullports.
Additional opening Lewmar port in galley to cockpit.
Large acrylic fold down companionway sprayhood fitted over custom stainless steel hoops in Sunbrella ‘Captain Navy.’ The hood incorporates see-through panels in its forward portion. Leather covered stainless steel handrail to aft edge of sprayhood.
Bimini in Sunbrella ‘Captain Navy,’ including stainless steel frame and tracks, plus window.
One Tropical Sun shade made by Dolphin Sails.
Acrylic cover wheel/binnacle in Sunbrella ‘Captain Navy’ acrylic.
Sunbrella ‘Captain Navy’ acrylic cockpit table cover.
Foredeck (sunbathing area) cushion in Sunbrella ‘Captain Navy’ acrylic with ‘White’ piping.
Cockpit and pushpit seat cushions in closed cell foam with Sunbrella ‘Captain Navy’ acrylic covers with ‘White’ piping.
Backrests to pushpit seats in Sunbrella ‘Captain Navy’ acrylic.
Hot and cold freshwater deck shower located in its own locker within the transom.
Teak-laid, self-draining cockpit. Rope-tail locker/bin at the forward end, within the cockpit floor.
Stainless steel drinks holder to pedestal.
Pair of waterproof loudspeakers mounted within the coamings either side of the pedestal.
Engine instrument panel fitted into recess in the cockpit coaming with protective acrylic cover. Instrument repeaters installed on a dark acrylic panel mounted in a GRP console that is integral to the companionway hatch garage.
Fixed varnished teak cockpit table with stainless steel frame, folding leaves, and central top access cool box.
Whitlock ‘Athena’ pedestal type steering.
1.06m (42”) diameter stainless steel Whitlock Maxi steering wheel.
Leather cover to steering wheel, partially covering the spokes.
Davit reinforcement for possible retrofit of davits.
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit.
Stainless steel mooring and cockpit cleats.
Pair of additional stainless steel mooring cleats mounted on chafe plates to transom bulwark.
Six GRP dorade boxes with flexible cowls. Stainless steel guard rails over forward dorade boxes.
Stainless steel grab rails to deck saloon top.
Large full-width lazarette locker with twin stainless steel gas struts fitted to lid. Stainless steel rope stowage bar.
Deck locker fitted with gas strut to single lid at aft end of coachroof, suitable for stowage of deck gear and a life raft, etc.
Stainless steel U-bolt for life raft static line in aft deck locker.
Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.
Gas locker for two bottles.
Ensign staff socket.
2m stainless steel pole on aft deck for aerials with swivelling aft deck floodlight, switched at pedestal.
3. RIG AND SAIL HANDLING
MAST AND RIGGING
Seldén ‘White’ painted electric furling mast.
Seldén ‘White’ painted boom fitted with internal mainsail clew outhaul.
Double spreader rig with Seldén V-spreaders.
Seldén solid rod kicker/vang.
Standing rigging - discontinuous stainless steel 1 x 19mm wire rigging - 2010, last checked 2020, report availble.
Upgraded standard topping lift to second main halyard with extra length, so it can be used for passerelle halyard.
Conduit for masthead instrument wiring.
No-Strike lightning prevention ion dissipaters at masthead. Mast step bonded to keel bolt.
Seldén electric headsail furling.
By Lewmar - chrome, self-tailing:
2 x 65 CEST electric, two speed primary winches.
1 x 48 CEST electric, two speed mainsheet winch.
2 x 50 CST two speed main and genoa halyard winches.
2 x 16 CST single speed, mainsheet traveller control line winches.
3 x winch handle pockets – 2 in cockpit, 1 on mast.
Single spinnaker pole stowed vertically on mast with butt hoist winch. Package includes spinnaker sheet and guy chainplates, two foreguy clutches, mast track and stops, pad for heel lift winch, halyard and block.
Full storm jib package, including sail, double pad eye for tack/stay, extra sheets, cars, removable stay/adjuster, and halyard.
By Dolphin Sails:
Mainsail - 2010.
Genoa - approximately 140% with foam luff pad and white acrylic UV stripes - 2014.
Storm sail (2010, unused).
Asymmetric spinnaker (new 2014, unused).
Six berths in three cabins, excluding the saloon. Two heads/showers. All berths are sea berths with Dacron lee screens fitted with lanyards to through-bolted eyes.
Interior joinery finished in maple with Sayerlack’s water-based varnish.
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, solid shaped timber and stainless steel grab handles, and Oyster custom knobs for lockers and drawers.
Cabin sole in teak. Sole boards in aft cabin are varnished plain plywood covered with carpet.
Galley work surfaces with upstands in ‘Palermo’ Avonite.
Both head compartments are fitted with a moulded ‘White’ washbasin set under a flat solid ‘Gulf Coast’ Avonite surface.
Hansgrohe quality mixer taps and shower controls, plus towel rail, toothbrush tumbler, soap dispenser, toilet roll holder, and mirror installed in each head.
Headlining in ‘Off-White’ vinyl.
Padded saloon table cover in ‘Off-White’ headlining vinyl.
Upholstery in ‘Camel’ Alcantara.
All coachroof and hull ports have curtains.
The deck saloon windows have pull-down Oceanair Skysol blinds.
Oceanair skyscreen blinds with integral mosquito mesh to all overhead deck hatches.
Hella ‘White’ fans.
FORWARD DOUBLE GUEST CABIN
Spacious forward cabin in the bows, with centreline double island berth, plus drawers and locker beneath.
Fiddled joinered shelf incorporates hinged up lid stowage bins both port and starboard.
Large hanging locker to port.
Access to deck via large overhead fore hatch.
SHARED HEAD/DAY HEAD
Large head compartment to port, accessed from the passageway and shared by both forward cabins.
Incorporating a PAR Quiet Flush electric freshwater toilet, washbasin, and curtained off shower area. Emergency saltwater feed to freshwater toilet.
Locker for wash bags, cleaning materials and linen stowage.
Full-length bevelled mirror fitted to inside of door.
STARBOARD FORWARD TWIN GUEST CABIN
Aft of the forecabin to starboard, with twin upper and lower berths. Stowage beneath lower berth.
Hanging locker forward.
Vanity unit with drawer aft.
Deck hatch and opening hull port.
Access to the saloon from the cockpit is via a set of timber and stainless steel companionway steps, with oval stainless steel handrails.
The saloon is extremely light and airy with seven windows of which two of the three forward ones open. There are also two opening hull ports.
Featuring an L-shaped settee and squared table to starboard, plus another settee area to port.
The saloon table is designed to form an occasional table, when in its closed position, which is mounted on a substantial pedestal base incorporating a locker. A hinged fold-over leaf opens to provide a large table that allows both sides of the saloon seating to be used for dining. A locking device ensures the tabletop does not open in heavy weather. The tabletop is a veneered panel with solid timber edging, and a grab rail is incorporated into the inboard edge.
Stainless steel book rack to starboard hull port recess.
Large locker to accommodate glasses, and further locker stowage for general items.
Electronically operated pop-up 20” flat screen TV situated beneath the hull port on the port side.
Spare AC breaker fitted for possible retrofit of washer/dryer in saloon pedestal locker.
CHART TABLE/NAVIGATION AREA
Situated to starboard of the saloon, the navigation area is customised around the flush-mounted electronics and navigational equipment, strategically sited for optimum viewing.
The forward facing chart table can accommodate a half-folded Admiralty chart, with further stowage beneath. Stainless steel stay fitted to chart table lid.
Book rack outboard at the hull-side, and a drawer let into the side of the chart table base for navigational books and almanacs, etc.
AC and DC electrical panels located aft of the navigator’s seat. Beneath and behind this seat are fuses to electrical breakers.
Access to engine room inboard.
Access to the engine room is via a large, hinged door in the aft head compartment and chart table area. Further removable panels give access via the galley. All access doors are fitted with rubber sealing strips to minimise noise and are secured by positive catches.
Insulated with a composite of foam and high-density polymer sound absorbing material.
24V lighting, and a 24V extractor fan installed, switched at the DC electrical panel.
Automatic fire extinguisher installed with remote indicator light.
Situated to port of the cockpit with cooker outboard and sinks inboard.
Access to the engine compartment via hinged insulated panels.
Aft and inboard is an oilskin hanging locker.
Opening port to cockpit.
Avonite work surfaces, with timber fiddles, and Avonite upstands.
Rubbish bin fitted inside locker adjacent to twin sinks.
Stowage for crockery and cutlery.
Plentiful storage lockers and drawers.
Twin stainless steel sinks.
Gimballed Force 10 stainless steel cooker with four burners, grill and oven, all protected by a flame failure gas cut-off device. The cooker incorporates an electronic ignition system for all functions.
Heavy gauge fiddle rail fitted around top of cooker with pair of adjustable clamping pan holders. Harbour lock and cooker crash bar fitted.
For additional safety an electric gas solenoid valve controls the gas flow from the bottle and is operated remotely by a neon switch located near the cooker.
Splash back cover to hull, around hull port behind cooker.
Combination microwave oven/grill.
Frigomatic 24V (keel-cooled) large front opening stainless steel refrigerator, with automatic door light.
Frigomatic F50 (keel-cooled) compressor with plate for cooling top opening freezer. Fitted with stainless steel strut to support freezer lid, and storage baskets.
Spacious aft cabin configured with double berth, slightly offset to port from centreline. Large drawer beneath berth, two-brick safe, and further top access for storage.
Special high quality composite foam mattress. Mattress cover fitted with zip side opening and rot-resistant vinyl on the underside.
Settee to starboard, with stowage under.
Large hanging locker to port, and abundant storage space.
Full-length bevelled mirror fitted to inside of head compartment door.
Door to starboard en suite head/shower.
Port side door provides access to galley.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER
Starboard en suite head compartment incorporating a Par Quiet Flush freshwater electric toilet, washbasin, and separate shower cubicle with hinged door.
Lockers and mirror.
Locker for wash bags, cleaning materials and linen stowage.
Teak grille to shower sump cover.
AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS
Stereo FM radio/CD player fitted with twin loudspeakers in the deck saloon headlining. Fader control to cockpit speakers.
20” TV on electric hoist.
Two waterproof loudspeakers mounted within the coamings either side of the pedestal.
Yanmar 4JH4-HTBE, 4-cylinder diesel engine of 81kW (110hp) at 3200rpm.
Approximately 3,290 at February 2023.
Gori 3-bladed feathering propeller.
Ambassador rope cutter on propeller shaft.
The engine is fitted with twin alternators:
A Yanmar 80A/12V alternator wired to charge the engine start batteries.
The second unit is a 150A/24V Mastervolt alternator that charges the domestic battery bank and is efficiently controlled by a Mastervolt Alpha Pro Regulator.
Onan MDKAV 7kW (220V/50Hz) generator.
Approximately 890 at February 2023.
Max Power CT165 (24V) 11hp tunnel bow thruster, with eyebrow, and anode.
Whitlock cable system.
220V Cruisair air conditioning system, comprising of:
1 x 12,000 BTU unit in forward cabin, with duct to forward starboard twin cabin.
1 x 12,000 BTU unit in Owner’s stateroom.
Giving a total of 24,000 BTUs.
Dessalator Duo 100 watermaker (100 litres per hour). This unit can either be powered from the main Yanmar engine, the Onan generator or shore power.
7. TANKAGE AND PLUMBING
850 litres approximately (187 Imp gallons/225 US gallons) in a GRP tank installed under the starboard side of the saloon floor.
750 litres approximately (165 Imp gallons/198 US gallons) in a GRP tank installed under the port side of the saloon floor.
TANK TENDER GAUGES
BEP tank monitoring system for fuel and water tanks.
Backup calibrated dipsticks with calibration charts.
From an insulated approximately 73 litres (16 Imp gallons/19 US gallons) 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.
Thermostatic safety blender valve and expansion tank.
PRESSURISED HOT AND COLD WATER SYSTEM
Hot and cold freshwater system based on a high capacity water pump with polypropylene pipework and fittings.
Two plastic (Polyethylene) toilet holding tanks installed for each head and plumbed for gravity discharge, with additional ability to pump out from deck.
Tanks fitted with BEP electric capacity gauges.
Showers and washbasins discharge into sumps integral to the shower trays that evacuate directly overboard by dedicated pumps operated by Vimar rocker switches.
The galley sink discharges directly overboard via its own electric pump.
220V AC ring main with double 13A, 3-pin outlet sockets located as appropriate within the layout.
Units are from the Vimar ‘Idea’ range with chrome ‘Classica’ surrounds.
OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS
12V waterproof connection, including dropper, mounted at pedestal.
Waterproof socket and plug in lazarette, suitable for 35A (12V) dinghy pump.
Domestic: Bank of 8 x 6V (20-hour rated) heavy-duty ‘deep-cycle’ type batteries giving 460Ah at 24V. Plus additional 4 x 6V (20-hour rated) heavy-duty ‘deep-cycle’ type batteries giving 220Ah at 24V.
Engine start: 2 x 75Ah (680 CCA) 12V batteries, with total of 150Ah approximately, charged via the 80A engine alternator.
Generator start: Dedicated generator start battery.
All batteries are positively secured in case of a knockdown. All battery stowage areas are vented by fan assisted ducting to the exterior of the vessel.
Charging of the domestic supply batteries from the engine is via the Mastervolt high output 150A/24V alternator, coupled with a Mastervolt Alpha Pro regulator.
Mastervolt ChargeMaster 80A/24V battery charger.
Mastervolt Alpha Pro regulator.
Masterview Easy control panel.
Engine start to generator start (12V) battery emergency link.
Mastervolt MASS sine wave 24V/2500W inverter.
32A dockside power cable, 3-core double insulated PVC, 18m (60’) in length. Dockside end of cable fitted with 3-pin, 32A plug.
Hubbell socket in coaming.
Cabin ‘Minor’ reading lights in stainless steel with white ceramic shade.
Dome lights in engine room.
Flexible chart table light.
Automatic refrigerator door light.
Automatic light to drinks/glasses locker.
LED strip lights over outboard galley work surfaces.
‘Red’ overhead night light in galley, and navigation area.
Boom light over cockpit table.
Pair of spreader downlights, switched at pedestal.
Pair of spreader uplights, switched at pedestal.
Aqua Signal tri-white light at masthead.
Bow and stern navigation lights.
Aqua Signal steaming light.
Aqua Signal deck floodlight.
9. NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION
Flush-mounted SIRS Major 150mm diameter steering compass with internal lighting and stainless-steel crash bar to pedestal top.
By Raymarine - ST60+ instruments, integrated with the chart plotter and GPS.
Analogue wind/apparent wind display.
RADAR/GPS AND CHART PLOTTER
Raymarine C120 wide chart plotter at chart table.
Raymarine C90 wide chart plotter at pedestal.
Raymarine AIS send and receive unit linked to chart plotter.
Raymarine ST7000 automatic pilot with twin Type 2 long 24V linear drive units, Type SPX-30 course computer, and ST6002 control head at steering pedestal.
Windex at masthead.
Raymarine Ray 240E Class D-DSC VHF radio-telephone.
Fleet 150 BGAN satellite telephone communication system.
Icom ICM-801E marine SSB radio.
PC with hard drive and display screen.
8-person valise life raft stowed in aft deck locker. Last serviced February 2022.
Echomax 230 radar reflector on mast.
24V electric bilge pump with an automatic, air operated, level switch, rated at 3,000 litres per hour at 3m head.
Double action heavy-duty manual bilge pump (rated at 135 litres per minute) operated from within the cockpit with a handle on a lanyard.
Each bilge pump is fitted with a filter strum box.
‘White’ horseshoe lifebuoy with light.
Four stainless steel U-bolts for safety harness attachment in cockpit.
Raymarine MOB button on pedestal.
Raymarine LifeTag wireless man overboard monitoring system, including pendants.
Various including automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay.
Fire blanket in galley.
High level bilge alarm.
OTHER SAFETY FEATURES
Dinghy and outboard engine.
WARPS AND FENDERS
Warps and fenders.
Oyster customised Wedgwood bone china crockery.
Oyster customised Robert Welch stainless steel cutlery.
HEYCO MARINE TOOL KIT
Heyco small marine tool kit in sealed box.
ASSORTED TOOLS, SPARES AND MANUALS
NB: All personal belongings and all other items not expressly listed in the above inventory are excluded from the sale.
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Inventory verified by the owner.
Issue 2 (GY/YS/lh)
In this case we are acting as Brokers only. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide, and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective Buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate, at their own expense, to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted, which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part. Life-saving appliances do not form part of the inventory and it is for the buyer to ensure they are in date and suitable for their purposes.
*The tax status of the Vessel is an indication only based on the Seller’s understanding, for which The Oyster Group and its subsidiaries can accept no liability. Prospective Buyers are strongly advised to seek appropriate qualiﬁed independent advice concerning any taxes or duties which may be payable in their own, or any other jurisdiction.
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