Levington Suffolk UK|
Was 255,000 now only 239,950
The Oyster 45 is a well built, robust ocean cruiser with elegant lines, designed to be easily handled by a couple with spacious and comfortable accommodation below deck. They have a well-deserved reputation for being fun to sail and an ability to handle the worst conditions with impunity. This rare two cabin example offers luxurious accommodation for two couples, with extra berths for occasional guests. Carefully used and maintained to a very high standard from new, this is a really excellent example of these popular bluewater cruisers. We highly recommend viewing.
Viewing by appointment at our Suffolk Office (IP10 0LN) - +44 (0)1473 659 681.
|No. of engines:||1|
|Cruising Speed:||6.5 knots|
|Maximum Speed:||8.5 knots|
|Nominal length:||45' 10"|
|Length over all:||45' 10"|
|Length at waterline:||38'|
|Maximum draft:||6' 6"|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Keel type:||Fin Keel|
|Fuel capacity:||454 Litres|
|Water capacity:||636 Litres|
|Holding tank capacity:||50 Litres|
The interior layout offers up to six berths, with two double sleeping cabins separate from the main accommodation and is finished in light Oak with blue Alcantara upholstery. As befits a bluewater cruiser there is good stowage throughout. In the forecabin, good sized double berth to port with hanging locker and occasional seat opposite. There are four drawers under the berth and cupboard space opposite. Two opening deck hatches either side allow plenty of ventilation. En-suite heads forward with marine toilet, shower and washbasin. Holding tank. In saloon, generous dinette to port with settee berth opposite. Fixed table with opening leaf giving a huge dining table. Both the dinette and settee berth are fitted with lee cloths to provide safe berths at sea. Two forward opening windows give excellent ventilation Chart table to starboard with store room behind. Galley to port in walk-through to aft cabin. Four burner gimballed gas cooker with grill and oven. Refrigerator. Microwave oven. Twin stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressurised water system. 636 litre freshwater capacity. There is provision for the installation of a watermaker. The hot water is heated either by the engine or immersion heater. In the aft cabin, large island double berth with occasional seat to port. Opening hatch to deck. Plenty of stowage and hanging space. En-suite heads compartment with marine toilet, shower and washbasin. Holding tank. Cruisair reverse cycle air conditioning to aft cabin. Radio/CD player with saloon and cockpit speakers.
Built by Oyster Yachts to a design by Holman & Pye. White GRP hull with blue cove line. Alloy toe rail. White GRP superstructure with teak laid decks. High performance lead fin keel. Skeg hung rudder. Wheel steering. Centre self draining cockpit. Teak laid cockpit seats and sole.
22kg CQR with 60m chain
Danforth kedge anchor
Twin bow roller
Self draining anchor locker
Large watertight deck locker
Lewmar electric anchor windlass
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardwires
Lifeline gates port and starboard
Stainless steel deck house grab rails
Two dorade ventilators
Sprayhood with grab rail
Stainless steel liferaft bracket
Stainless steel boarding ladder
Hot and cold transom shower
Various warps and fenders
Mariner 2.5hp outboard engine
Binnacle mounted steering compass
Raytheon windspeed and direction
Raytheon ST60 Tridata depth, boatspeed and log
Two Raytheon Multi Function Displays
Raytheon ST7000 autopilot
Skanti DSC VHF radio
Raytheon Raynav 300 GPS
Raytheon A65 radar/chart plotter (2014)
Clock and barometer
Masthead and deck level navigation lights
Located in insulated space below the cockpit, Volvo MD22 four cylinder 59hp diesel. Approximately 1900 hours. Electric start. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. Saildrive to three bladed feathering propeller. Rope cutter. Single lever control. 454 litre fuel capacity giving approximately 650 mile range at 6.5 knot cruising speed. Maximum speed under power 8.5 knots. Racor high capacity primary fuel filter. Sleipner bowthruster. There is a good selection of spares for the engine and genset included.
Masthead rigged sloop. Anodised aluminium mast and boom by Selden Spars. Keel stepped mast. Stainless steel standing rigging (2014). Terylene running rigging. Rod kicker. Carbon spinnaker pole with mast stowage. In-mast furling mainsail. Harken headsail furling system. Lines led aft to cockpit. Two Lewmar 58 self tailing primary sheet winches. Lewmar 44 self tailing mainsheet winch. Lewmar 44 self tailing furling winch. Lewmar 30 and Lewmar 40 self tailing halyard winches on mast.
In-mast furling mainsail - Saunders - Vectran - 2009 - good
Furling genoa - Saunders - Vectran - 2009 - good
Storm jib - 2002 - good
Cruising chute - 2002 - good
Spare mainsail & genoa - 2002
4 x 6 volt domestic batteries - 460 Ah - 2020
1 x 12 volt engine start battery - 88Ah - 2020
2 x 12 volt bowthruster batteries - 2010
1 x 12 volt genset start battery - 2009
Alternator charging (60 amp)
HFL Mariner 2 6kVA diesel generator
240 volt shorepower system
2kW immersion heater
Mastervolt battery charger/inverter recently rewired.
Two fire extinguishers
Engine room fire extinguisher
Cockpit harness points
Two horseshoe lifebuoys
6 person Plastimo liferaft (next service due Spring 2020)
Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump
The company normally acts as brokers for the vendor who unless otherwise stated is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his 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 on our part.
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner s specific needs.