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oyster 62 sailing yacht for sale | 19.3 m | €690,000

NEMO is an OYSTER 62 / 2005 built offered for sale from her second owner which owns her since 2006, She always had a full time captain on board.
The reason the owner is selling, is because he already owns a larger and newer 82 feet sailing yacht.
NEMO has rigging from Hood. She was designed for shorthanded crew and basically the sails are mostly push button operated.

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The rigging was made by HOOD and the sails are from Dolphin, all winches are from Lewmar. NEMO has 4 cabins for 8 guests plus small cabin at the fore for crew, which is practically used as an extra storage space. The yacht is fully equipped for Blue Water family sailing and that include: All required navigation, communication and safety systems for ocean voyage as well as all the facilities to make life on board very comfortable. (Check her full spec list on this page) NEMO never sailed out of the Mediterranean and therefore she has much lower wear and tear compared to other sailing yachts at her age and category.

For more info contact:

Eliad Hagilady

eliad@yacht-marine.com

+ 90 5439538678

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Main Features

L.O.A.  19.28 m Cabins  4 + 1 Crew
Year  2005 Cruising Speed  8 Knots
Shipyard  OYSTER Main Engines  Perkins M185C / 187 hp
Hull Material  GRP / Balsa Core Deck Range (Power)  1,500 NM at 8 knots
Guests  8 +2 Crew Rigging  HOOD / Lewmar

Specification List

Oyster 62

2005

Perkins M185C 6-cylinder turbo-charged diesel – 187 hp.

 LOA: 19.28m (63’4”)

LWL: 16.75m (54’ 11”)

Beam: 5.39m (17’8”)

Draft: 2.61m (8’7”)

Displacement: 33,500kg (73,854lb)

Ballast: 9,400kg (20,723lb)

Designed: Rob Humphreys and the Oyster Design Group.

Launched: 2005. Hull number: 14.

  • CUTTER RIGGED
  • HYDRAULIC IN-MAST FURLING
  • INTERIOR JOINERY FINISHED IN CHERRY
  • TEN BERTHS IN FIVE CABINS

CONSTRUCTION

Hull

GRP hull is laid up single skin with structural stringers and

floors to Lloyds approved design specification.

Hull colour Flag Blue Awlgrip with gold cove line and double boot

top lines in white.

Keel

High performance bulb keel.

Rudder

Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.

Deck

Deck structure moulded in GRP with balsa core.

Teak laid decks.

Bulwark finished with a varnished teak capping rail with

stainless steel fairleads.

Stainless steel mooring and cockpit cleats.

Additional mooring cleats and fairleads at stern.

Oyster Deck Saloon profile with ‘eyebrow’ styling.

Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, and gateway midship stanchions.

Gate to pushpit.

Stainless steel hinging boarding ladders, close up to form the sidegates.

Extension ladder to port gate.

Granny bars.

Liferaft stowage built into pushpit.

Lazarette locker with twin stainless steel gas struts. Stainless

steel warp bar in lazarette. Folding step against gas locker.

Stern bathing/boarding platform trimmed with laid teak.

Steps with teak treads in transom.

Quarter pushpit seats in stainless steel and teak.

ACCOMMODATION

Berths

Ten berths in five cabins, excluding the saloon.

Cabins

Two double cabins, and three twin.

Joinery

Interior joinery finished in cherry with Oyster ‘Millenium’

styling. Designed to be modern and co-ordinated, whilst

remaining practical and durable at sea. Essential features

include: Sculpted fiddles and grab rails. “Shadow-gap” joints

between joinery panels. Solid, shaped cherry and stainless

steel grab handles. Oyster “2000” custom knobs for lockers

and drawers. Solid “framed” doors, with an inlaid border.

Sole boards in teak and holly stripe.

Avonite surfaces with upstands in all heads and galley.

Headlining

Off-white vinyl.

Upholstery

Alcantara throughout.

From forward –

Crew

With twin berths for crew. Hanging locker. Access via port

twin cabin or deck hatch.

Watertight bulkhead and door to fo’c’s’le..

Guest Twin cabin

To port with upper and lower berths, hanging locker, and

stowage space.

En suite/day heads

Aft of port twin. WC, washbasin and shower in separate

stall.

Guest double cabin

To starboard with double berth, hanging locker, and stowage

space.

En suite heads

Forward of guest double. WC, washbasin, shower in separate

stall, and heated towel rail

Navigation area

To port. This area is customised around the electronics and

navigational equipment which, where possible, is strategically

sited and flush-mounted in a grey Alcantara covered fascia.

Saloon

Features an oval table and settee area to starboard, outboard of

which are two lockers and a central shelf to the hullport. Saloon

table pedestal fitted with wine rack. The aft locker contains a bar

area which accommodates glass and bottle stowage. Two seats

to port. Forward chair faces chart table.

Galley

To port with Force 10 ceramic cooker, twin stainless steel sinks,

front opening refrigerator and top opening freezer, Panasonic

NN-V623MB microwave oven

Twin cabin

To starboard with upper and lower berths, hanging locker and

drawer and locker space.

Master Cabin

Configured with a double berth offset from the centreline

to port. Desk and seat, large hanging locker and abundant

drawer and locker space.

En suite heads

To starboard with WC, washbasin, shower in separate stall,

storage space, and heated towel rail.

ENTERTAINMENT

Sound system

Pioneer DEH-P6500R Radio/CD player in saloon with

speakers in headlining and cockpit.

CD autochanger.

Additional Pioneer DEH-P6500R Radio/CD player in aft

cabin.

Television

Sharp 22’ widescreen LCD TV.

Hydraulic lift mechanism for TV.

Lynn Klassik DVD/CD player in saloon.

Nucleus Micro surround speakers by Anthony Gallo Acoustics.

KVH TracVision G6 satellite system for digital satellite TV and

broadband internet access.

iPOD and docking station in saloon with link to Lynn Klassik

and saloon radio/CD player.

iPOD and docking station in aft cabin with link to aft cabin

radio/CD player.

DECK EQUIPMENT

Anchors

105lb CQR with 100 metres of 12mm calibrated, galvanized

chain.

Windlass

Lewmar 3000 hydraulic with switch at port pedestal.

Hatches

Lewmar alloy-framed deck hatches.

Gebo alloy-framed portlights in coaming.

Gebo opening hullports.

Long gebo portlight from cockpit to galley and cockpit to starboard

mid cabin.

Winches

All Lewmar self-tailing.

2 x 66 CEST 2-speed electric primaries.

2 x 54 CST secondaries.

1 x 54 CEST electric mainsheet.

1 x 54 CST 2-speed genoa and staysail halyard.

1 x 54 CST main halyard at mast.

1 x 30 CST 2-speed mainsheet traveller control line.

Steering

Whitlock torque rod system, installed with a pair of remote

pedestals each incorporating a 1.20m diameter Mini-Maxi

type S.S. wheel, friction brake, and three bearing pedestal

steering unit.

Cockpit

Varnished teak and stainless steel cockpit table.

Extension leaves to cockpit table.

Extra cockpit seating.

LED floodlighting.

Drop down acrylic washboard.

Cockpit cushions.

Canvaswork

Sprayhood with opening central window and leather covered

stainless steel grabrail to aft edge.

Bimini with windows below boomlights and above helm

positions..

Full winter cover.

Deck Shower

Hot & cold freshwater deck shower in transom locker.

Deck Wash

Fresh/saltwater deckwash system.

Bathing Ladder

Fold-down boarding/bathing ladder in stainless steel on

transom.

Passerelle

Besenzoni hydraulic passerelle.

Davits

Simpson Series 7 S300 electrics.

RIG and SAIL HANDLING

Mast and rigging

Hood Stoway mast with hydraulic drive and hydraulic reversing

outhaul.

2 x folding steps at masthead.

Navtec hydraulic backstay adjusters and boom vang.

2 x preventer lines.

2 x boom lights over cockpit table.

Spreader lights with switches at pedestal.

No Strike ion dissipators at masthead.

Headsail furling

Reckman hydraulic furling headstay and inner forestay with

switches at both pedestals.

Spinnaker gear

Package includes chainplates, deck fittings, halyards, topping lift,

pole lift, single sheet, guy, fore guy and all required blocks.

Carbon spinnaker pole.

Pole stowed vertically on mast.

Sails

Dolphin Sails:

Furling mainsail in DC Pentex 99/77.

Yankee in DC Pentex 99/77.

Jibb in DC Pentex 99/77.

Staysail in DC Pentex 99.

North Sails:

Cruising chute.

MACHINERY

Engine

Perkins/Sabre M185C 6-cylinder turbo-charged diesel of

136kW (187hp).

Propeller

28” Maxprop 3-blade feathering.

Ambassador rope cutter on shaft.

Alternators

40 amp 24V alternator for start battery charging.

Mastervolt 150 amp 24V high output alternator for domestic

battery charging.

Generator

Westerbeke 12BTDC 220V AC, 50 Hz, 3-cylinder diesel.

Bow thruster

Sleipner SP220 15hp with control on port pedestal.

Hydraulics

Lewmar Commander 400 system to operate headsail furling,

staysail furling, windlass, mainsail furling and mainsail outhaul.

Air conditioning

220V Cruisair reverse cycle system, comprising of 4 x 16,000 BTU

units to give a total of 64,000 BTU.

Heating

Webasto DW90 with outlets throughout.

Refrigeration

Frigoboat K50 fridge/freezer system to galley fridge/freezer

and cockpit table.

Watermaker

Seafresh 208A 220V watermaker giving 123 litres per hour.

Seafresh automatic freshwater flush system.

Washer/dryer

Bosch WVF2402 Classix 1200.

Automatic engine room fire extinguisher

TANKAGE and PLUMBING

Fuel

2,000 litres (440 imp/520 US gallons) in 2 GRP tanks.

Water

1,600 litres (352 imp/416 US gallons) in 2 GRP tanks.

Stainless steel manifold for seawater inlets aft, with twin Aquafax

filters.

Tank tender gauges

Hot Water

From insulated 76 litre (17 imp/20 US gallon) tanks heated by

the engine’s heat exchanger, or by thermostatically-controlled

220V, 2kW immersion heater elements powered by the

generator or dockside power.

Calorifier

Twin coils calorifier plumbed to engine cooling system and Webasto

heating system.

Pressurised hot and cold freshwater system

Par Twin-Max.

Toilets

PAR Quietflush electric toilets in all heads. All freshwater flush

only.

Holding tanks

3 x polypropylene gravity discharge blackwater tanks.

ELECTRICS

Ship’s supply

24V.

Ringmain

Mains AC ring main, with 3-pin Clipsal sockets, in beige

finish, located in aft cabin, galley, saloon, port cabin forward,

chart table, guest double cabin, and mid cabin.

Other electrical sockets

12V “cigar-lighter” sockets at chart table and aft cabin desk area.

Additional AC sockets at chart table, forward port cabin, and mid

cabin.

Batteries

Batteries dedicated to domestic system giving 820ah..

Battery dedicated to engine start giving 88ah.

12V generator starting battery giving 88ah.

Battery management

Mastervolt Alpha Pro regulator.

2 x 100A battery chargers.

Masterlink MICC battery meter and remote control.

Emergency link system between domestic and engine batteries.

Inverter

Mass Dakkar 24V/3000W 220V/50Hz sine wave inverter to feel

all AC sockets, TV, microwave oven, cooker and laptop PC.

Shorepower

30 amp dockside power cable in 3-core double-insulated

PVC, 23m in length. Hubbell socket in transom. Dockside

end of cable fitted with 3-pin, 16 amp plug.

Second shorepower socket and cable for aircon loads.

Lights

Halogen downlights in polished chrome finish.

Fluorescent lights and down-lights in each heads, as well as

over the galley work surfaces.

Reading lights to all berths.

Meta light rails to give soft indirect lighting in the porthole

areas of the saloon, navigation station, galley and aft cabin.

Red “courtesy” footlights at deck saloon steps.

Red lights at chart table, galley and switch panel.

NAVIGATION and COMMUNICATION

Compasses

S.I.R.S. Major 150mm (6”) x 2.

Instruments

Raymarine ST60s.

Companionway console:

Speed, depth, wind.

Port Pedestal:

Close hauled wind.

Multi-function display.

ST7001+ autopilot control.

Starboard pedestal:

Close hauled wind.

Multi-function display.

Chart table:

ST6001+ autopilot control.

Multi-function display.

Owner’s cabin:

Multi-function display.

Forward starboard cabin:

Multi-function display.

GPS

Raynav 300 with back up receiver at stern.

Radar/plotter

Raymarine RL80CRC colour LCD radar/plotter.

Raymarine RL70C colour repeater at starboard pedestal.

Autopilot

Raymarine autopilot with Whitlock Mamba ½ hp drive unit.

400G course computer.

Navigation lights

Aqua Signal 41 bow and stern lights.

Steaming/deck floodlight.

Tri-white anchor/navigation light at masthead.

Windex

Windex at masthead.

Navtex

Furuno 300.

VHF radio

Ray 230E with second station and speaker in cockpit.

SSB radio

Wide copper strip from chart table to lazarette and twin large

ground plates as SSB earth.

Backstay insulators.

(All above to enable retrofit of SSB).

Satellite phone

Skanti Eurocom Iridium satphone..

GSM phone

DECT phone with Ericson GSM terminal and Quad band aerial

PC

Digital yacht PC, with 17” TFT display, in upper locker outboard

of chart table.

Ethernet connection to aft cabin desk.

SAFETY

Liferaft

Lifeguard Forties 8-person liferaft with “E-Pack”, stowed at

pushpit.

EPI RB

Radar reflector

Firdell “Blipper” on mast.

Bilge pumps

Par electric bilge pump.

Henderson MkV manual bilge pump.

Extra Jabsco automatic bilge pump.

Deck safety

Lifebuoys.

Webbing jackstays.

Wichard folding padeyes in cockpit and at helm positions for

harnesses.

Emergency tiller.

Fire extinguishers

Various including automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay.

GENERAL

Avon Rover RIB 3.6.

25bhp outboard motor.

Warps & fenders.

Oyster customised Wedgwood bone china yacht crockery

including coffee mugs, bowls, dinner and side plates for 12.

Oyster customised Sheffield stainless steel cutlery for 12.

Clarke’s 3-drawer tool box on engine room shelf.

Assorted spares and manuals.

Covers for cockpit tables, pedestals and wheels.

Winch hats.

Oceanair “Skyscreens” to all but one deck hatch.

3-brick safe in aft cabin.

Foredeck cushions.

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