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Oyster 100


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Oyster Brokerage

Orwell Landing
Fox's Marina
Ipswich, Suffolk, IP2 8NJ
Reino Unido
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Marca Oyster
Tipo 100
Construcción 2011
Nuevo/Usado Usados
Precio €6.950.000
Clase de oferta Vela
Categoría Crucero
Eslora 30.78 m
Combustible Diesel
Material del casco Compuesto
Ubicación de la embarcación Palma de Mallorca, España
Estado de Impuestos Impuestos no pagados
Eslora total 30.78 m
Eslora en la línea de flotación 28.63 m
Calado mín. 4.06 m
Tipo de quilla enums.keel-type.kt-bulb
Desplazamiento (Carga Seca) 242508 libras
Superficie vélica 8342 uom.sqft
Tipo de motor Interior
Marca Motor Cummins
Modelo del Motor QSM11
Combustible Diesel
Año Motor 2011
Propulsión 355 hp
  • Toldo Bimini
  • Capota de mal tiempo
  • Lona cierre bañera
Equipo Eléctrico
  • Toma de puerto
  • Generador
  • Invertor
  • Sonda
  • Radar
  • Corredera - Velocímetro
  • Detector de radar
  • Equipo de viento
  • Ordenador
  • Repetidor(es)
  • TV
  • Central de navegación
  • Plotter
  • Lector DVD
  • Piloto automático
  • Radio
  • Compás
  • Lector CD
  • GPS
  • Altavoces de bañera
  • VHF
Equipamiento Interior
  • Lava platos
  • Propulsor de Proa
  • Lavadora
  • Bomba de achique eléctrica
  • Horno
  • Bomba de achique manual
  • Microondas
  • Aire acondicionado
  • Aseo eléctrico
  • Calefacción
  • Agua caliente
  • Frigorífico
  • Potabilizadora
  • Congelador
  • Bomba de agua salada
  • Cargador de baterías
Equipamiento Exterior
  • Teca en bañera
  • Ducha de bañera
  • Cubierta lateral en Teka
  • Pescantes
  • Pasarela hidráulica
  • Reflector de radar
  • Auxiliar
  • Balsa salvavidas
  • Colchonetas de bañera
  • Mesa de bañera
  • Escalera de baño
  • Timón de rueda
  • Mayor enrollable
  • Gennaker
  • Génova
  • Génova enrollable
  • Vela de capa
Diseñador Dubois
Astillero Oyster/RMK
Cabinas 5
WC 5
Molinete Molinete hidráulico



The elegant Oyster 100 Sarafin by Dubois, is offered for sale for the first time in 6 years since her launch in 2011 through Oyster Brokerage.

Sarafin is the first in class and designed with the specification, features and classification of much larger yachts. Her accommodation layout offers three sumptuous staterooms aft and two crew cabins forward. With panoramic views from the raised saloon which leads forward and down to a further lounge and office area. Forward of the main living arrangement is the crew mess, galley and two crew cabins. Sarafin is a near silent vessel under power and even when running a generator thanks to her soft mounted interior.

Still in her original ownership, Sarafin has completed extensive cruising privately by the family and friends.  She is lying in Palma de Mallorca, having just completed her 5 year Lloyds survey in March 2017. This circa 745K refit and ongoing works include: New mainsail & blade, both generators completely rebuilt, extensive service of main engine and drive train, new standing rigging, new service batteries, all through hull valves serviced or replaced. Full details of the recent works are included in the specification.

Sarafin couldn’t be in a finer condition since her launch.  Extensively upgraded and professionally maintained regardless of cost she is fully Lloyds and MCA compliant and ready for private use or charter.

Sarafin is in turnkey condition and well worth viewing.



Sarafin Detailed Specification

Oyster 100/01.

The hull, deck and superstructure are of composite construction (Vinylester resin with its excellent UV resistance and waterproofing qualities and E-glass). Aramid reinforcement fabric is additionally used in the underwater hull shell, whilst carbon fabric is additionally used in the topsides.

Topsides are finished in gelcoat, whilst below the waterline the hull is treated with the Awlgrip ‘Maximum Underwater Barrier System’, comprising primers, epoxy primers and anti-fouling paint.
Hull Polymer polished.
White hull with cove line and boot top line Light Grey.

Resin infused lay-up GRP, incorporating Kevlar and Carbon.

Teak laid decks with bulwark radiused into a flat top to form a sheer rail.
Teak deck sanded (2017).

High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.

The rudder is a semi-balanced aerofoil section with carbon rudderstock and the blade constructed from E-glass composite.

Reverse stern with hydraulically opening transom door.
A swim platform at the transom hydraulically closes onto the lazarette and is watertight when closed and dogged. Stairs are built on the port side of the lazarette opening and can be lifted to increase athwartships access to lazarette.
Transom repainted.

Lloyds 100 A1 SSC Yacht Mono G6 MCH.
Lloyd’s 5 year survey completed (2016/2017) with £450,000 total refit spend.

Built to MCA Large Commercial Yacht Code (LY2) with all associated safety equipment fitted.

The main anchor is a 240lb (108kg) CQR with 110m of U2 galvanised chain.
Second 240lb anchor with 10m of 12.5mm chain and 100m x 35mm Octoplait warp in the starboard bow anchor locker.
Foldaway stainless steel anchor launching system at stemhead.
Fortress kedge anchor.

Accessed via foredeck hatch.

Anchor locker and cleaning locker with lines and fender storage.

Two large lockers on deck:
1. Safety equipment.
2. Sails and lines.

Recessed Lewmar V8 hydraulic anchor windlass.

Midship stanchion gateways port and starboard with stainless steel threshold on the sheer rail at each gate.
Provision for a demountable folding stainless steel boarding ladder at each gateway.
Gates to pushpit for passerelle and swim platform steps.
Swim platform at the transom via a demountable stainless steel extendable swim ladder with oval rungs, mounted on the aft end with dedicated stowage. This ladder may also be used at the port and starboard side gates.
Two Carbonautica carbon boarding ladders, one for bathing platform and one for side access. Original stainless ladder stored in container.
A hydraulically activated passerelle fitted into the transom behind a watertight door on the starboard side that extends approximately 1.5 metres beyond the aft-most point of the transom (when the transom door is closed).

The aft ‘bulkhead’ of the deck saloon is formed by glass panels. Access to and from saloon/cockpit is via a powered ‘Ranch Slider’ door. A removable drop-board is provided to secure across the threshold and thus raise the cockpit sill in heavy weather, as required/dictated by Class.
High standard Oyster/Yachtglass flush hatches are fitted throughout and where recessed the coamings are drained.
Direct deck access (emergency) hatches are fitted in the lazarette, the master cabin, engine room, and crew mess/galley area. Where appropriate pull down stairs/ladder mechanisms are concealed in headliners for easy egress in the case of emergency.
4 x flush deck skylights fitted into the deck forward for galley and crew quarter ventilation.
7 x deck hatches/lids to access the anchor wells, sail lockers, halyard pit, side deck lockers and bunker stations. Deck hatch glazing renewed (2014).
12 x fixed portlights. All portholes are Lloyds/MCA compliant with deadlights for each.

Outer City Linen ‘Grey’.
One set of single layer shade covers for the deck saloon windows.
One set of covers for the helm stations and cockpit tables.
Helm and aft cockpit bench seats with acrylic canvas seat cushions.
A fixed hardtop bimini to provide overhead weather protection to the cockpit. New awning (2015).
A removable sprayhood to provide protection around the companionway.
New cockpit cushions in Eltis City Linen ‘Grey’ – colour 82 (June 2016).
New dinghy cover (2017).

Hot and cold water outlets and handheld shower unit are provided in the area of the swim platform.
Freshwater outlets for deck wash at mast, at lazarette and anchor well.
Three saltwater fire/deck wash stations; one aft, one amidships and one forward. Sufficient hose is supplied to reach all parts of the vessel with one jet of water.
Anchor wash.

Walk-through teak-laid cockpit.
The guest cockpit is separated from the helmsman’s cockpit, but connected via a central walkway giving access to the aft and side decks.
The helmsman’s cockpit has twin steering positions with 1.20m (48”) diameter steering wheels. Both positions have a magnetic steering compass and instrument console, while the starboard position incorporates the engine and bowthruster controls. Both helms have engine and bowthruster controls. Starboard helm has sail controls. Port helm has engine instruments.
Between the helmsman’s cockpit and the primary and secondary winches on port and starboard sides (aft) are further guest cushioned ‘lounging’ seats with padded backrests and liferaft stowage beneath.
There is a natural teak planked quarter seat built into each pushpit, one port and one starboard.

Two cockpit tables with varnished veneered teak tops, port and starboard and integral fridge in each.

Twin custom GRP steering pedestals, each with a 1.20m (48”) diameter Lewmar, Y-spoke, carbon steering wheel.

Stainless steel custom-made pulpit and pushpit.
Stainless steel fairleads. There is also a removable ‘Panama’ fairlead designed to be fitted when required at the bow on the centreline.
Recessed tender well for sea-going stowage of a 4m Nautica Deluxe 14 RIB with Yamaha 60Hp 4-stroke outboard engine on the foredeck.
The swim platform has cleats installed in the outboard aft corners for tying the tender painters.
Stainless steel mooring cleats/bitts.
Large lazarette in stern with direct deck access hatch. Hydraulically operated flip down swim platform also giving stern access to the lazarette.
Liferaft stowage beneath aft deck seating lockers.
Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.

Mast and V-boom by Hall Spars.
Custom carbon spars, keel-stepped, 4-spreader, sloop-rigged in painted finish with hydraulic mast jack and lightning protection. Rig re-headed or replaced, where necessary. Running rigging mostly replaced.
Custom carbon V-boom with hydraulic outhaul for a fully battened mainsail.
Main boom preventer lines.
Sarafin was built with double-headed rig. Reacher furling system and forestay are currently stored in a container and can be retrofitted.
Navtec discontinuous rod rigging and stainless steel rigging screws.
Removable storm staysail stay with integral manual tensioner.
Aramid running backstay.
Navtec hydraulic boom vang.
Navtec hydraulic outhaul cylinder.
Navtec backstay tensioners.
Navtec sail halyard tensioners.
4 climbing steps painted colour of mast, near masthead.
4 x folding stainless steel steps located between vang and boom goosenecks for climbing onto boom.
Antennae on spar.

Mainsail furling – Hall Spars.

Reckmann RF90-4 hydraulic headsail furling system.
Foresail furling – Reckmann RF90-4
Staysail furling – manual – hanked on.

WINCHES By Lewmar.
All winches are hydraulic. The main sheet runs to a captive reel winch installed below decks to optimise line stowage and efficiency of use.
2 x hydraulic 111/3 SS HST primaries.
2 x hydraulic 88/3 SS HST secondaries.
1 x hydraulic CRW 6000 Captive mainsheet.
1 x hydraulic CRW 6000 Captive main halyard
1 x hydraulic 88/3 SS HST headsail halyards (at mast).
1 x hydraulic 77/3 SS HST forward mooring winch.

Deck fittings, halyard, topping lift, pole lift, single sheets, fore guy, tack line and all required blocks.

By North Sails.
All sails are constructed for optimum shape and performance.
Storm Staysail – (T-cut) Spectra Gatorback sandwich S 490 TX.
Storm Trysail – (T-cut) Spectra Gatorback sandwich S 390 TX.

By Doyle Stratis with taffeta.
New mainsail Doyle Stratis Carbon/Ice with White Taffeta (2017).
New jib (2015) Doyle Stratis Carbon/Ice with White Taffeta – barely used.
North A2 and A4 in storage.

Ten berths in five cabins, excluding the saloon. All berths are sea berths with lee screens. New high quality pocket sprung mattresses (2014). 4 crew in 2 cabins, 8 guests in 3 guest cabins.
All berths have drawers fitted below on sliders with positive catches, where possible.
Interior joinery finished in gloss walnut.
Headlining in off-white vinyl.
Non-watertight doors in all guest and owner accommodation areas are flat fronted and veneered with solid lipped edges set into vertical solid wood frames.
Modern flat panel style of upholstery in ‘White/Beige’ Rubelli 758 ‘James Dean’.
Galley counter tops and upstands in ‘White’ Carrara marble.
Counter tops and upstands in heads in ‘White’ Carrara marble. Cupboards are timber gloss walnut and walls are laminate gloss walnut.
Cabin sole in ‘planked’ effect walnut.
Galley and crew area soles in Amtico ‘walnut’ hardwearing flooring.
New lambs wool carpets to master and guest cabins (2014).
Heads and shower floors in guest and owner’s areas finished in Amtico ‘White’ Carrara marble.
Top of the range Tecma electric freshwater flush marine toilets throughout.
Heated towel rail in each head.
Crew covers.
Electric Roman blinds to all hullports with accent lighting.
External mesh sunscreens for deck saloon windows.
Oceanair blinds with skyscreens and blackouts for hatches.

Double berth with hanging locker, shelf and locker space.
Aluminum removable pipe cot and mattress to convert to one single on double with ample drawer space under berth.
TV and navigation controls, B&G GFD.
Door to private en suite head and shower.

Twin berth crew cabin with upper and lower berths.
Hanging locker, shelf and locker space.
Door to private en suite head and shower.

White Carrara marble work surfaces with matching upstands.
Ironing board.

Stainless steel sinks, under counter mounted.


Miele oven/grill (pyro cleaning).
Oven extractor hood.

Miele 5 induction hob.

Miele convector microwave.

Two large AC driven stainless steel front-opening fridges (that can be used as
One AC driven custom stainless steel chest freezer under galley sole with total capacity of 230 litres.

Miele Professional Services washer and separate Miele dryer.
One Miele extractor fan.

Lower level seating, TV, lounge and ship’s office.
One ‘drawer fridge’ at bar area.
One AC driven icemaker - Penguin/Vitrofrigo.

Practical navigation station port side in upper saloon area with direct line of sight to outside.
Furuno TZT black box navigation system/radar, Nauticomp Glass Bridge display, B&G GFD, B&G Autopilot, Sailor AP5042 Sat-C alarm panel and Sailor RT5022 VHF DSC.

Watertight engine room – MCA/Lloyd’s compliant.
All engine room bulkheads, tank sides and vertical services, as well as the deck head are clad with thermal insulation and soundproofing, finished in white.
Bilges repainted and through-valves replaced (2017).
Treatment plant overhauled.
Engine room sole consists of aluminium tread plate panels landed on neoprene strips on bearers.
Hatches for access to machinery or valves.
A workbench complete with vice and washbasin (plumbed with cold water).
Escape hatch in side deck from engine room.

High-level saloon dining area.
New upper saloon cushions (2013).

Comfortable guest cabin situated aft of the high level saloon with steps down to the
aft companionway.
Twin lower berths that easily convert into a double berth. Pullman bed.
One hanging locker with draw and boot locker underneath, one bedside table with draw and small cupboard, 4 large drawers under beds.
NAD VISO 5 DVD player and amplifier with iPod dock.

Walnut paneling, Carrara marble shower cubicle and counter top.
Hansgrohe Raindance shower and Hansgrohe Axor Citterio taps.
Heated towel rail and electric roman blinds.

Comfortable guest cabin situated aft of the high level saloon with steps down to the
aft companionway.
Twin lower berths that easily convert into a double berth.
One hanging locker with drawer and boot locker underneath, one bedside table with drawer and small cupboard and four large drawers under berths.
NAD VISO 5 DVD player and amplifier with iPod dock.

Aft of the high level saloon and accessed from the aft companionway.
Configured with a double berth offset from centerline with comfortable settee to port and desk to starboard.
Four large drawers and double hanging locker.
NAD VISO 5 DVD player and amplifier with iPod dock.
Remote controlled pop-up TV.
Companionway hatch entrance to the aft deck with walnut and stainless steel ladder.

To starboard with walnut paneling, Carrara marble shower cubicle and countertop.
Hansgrohe Raindance shower and Hansgrohe Axor Citterio taps.
Heated towel rail.
Electric roman blinds.

32” LCD TV in master cabin.
19” LCD TVs in guest cabins and crew areas.
42” LCD TV in lower saloon.
NAD VISO 5 DVD player stereo/CD units with iPod inputs in master cabin and two guest cabins, Revox M51 MK2 in saloon, Alpine mobile media station IVA W520r in the captain’s cabin, the crew’s cabin and the crew mess.
4 x cockpit stereo loudspeakers linked to saloon unit.

Cummins QSM11, C-rated engine, 355Hp at 1800rpm with twin disc MG5082A gearbox at 2.53:1.
Gearbox and throttle functions are installed at the helm position and in the event of system failure manual control will be possible in the machinery space.

Hundested VP 5 FR-HP 998mm variable pitch propeller with Hundested pitch control unit and muff coupling.

The main engine high output alternator Balmar 94 140 AMP charges the 24V service bank only, through a Balmar Max Charge regulator.
The engine charges its own start battery bank via a second Cummins alternator.
The two generators charge their own start battery banks via alternators.

Two 380V/50Hz/27kW Onan QDMDKBU generators with the following specification (Both rebuilt. Report available):
220/380V 3-phase 27kW.
Electric Governor.
24V isolated ground control electrics.
Hydrolastic vibration mounts.
PTO take-off with 24V clutch.

A hydraulic Lewmar 400 SVTAH vertically retractable 60Hp bowthruster.

Whitlock Mamba torque rod and gearbox steering system.

Lewmar multi-function hydraulic powerpack, driven from each generators PTO/DC motor.

220V Cruisair air conditioning with three multi-stage compressors, comprising of
48,000 BTU units to give a total of 144,000 BTU’s.
The air handlers are plumbed directly to the main run with flexible hose to handle both heating water and chilled water. Each handler fan is thermostatically controlled and equipped with variable speed control.
Forced air ventilation system.

Penguin Icemaker.

HEM 25 Series 6000 litres per day/250 litres per hour.

7,700 litres approximately (1,690 Imp gallons/2,034 US gallons) in two GRP tanks, plus a service tank.

2,660 litres approximately (585 Imp gallons/703 US gallons) in two GRP tanks.

Tank gauges to all tanks.
Liquid Level Systems hydrostatic pressure sensor with digital displays and remote displays in engine room foyer and synoptic panel.

From two insulated approximately 300 litres (65 Imp gallons/79 US gallons) tanks heated by the engine’s heat exchanger, or by thermostatically controlled 220V, 2kW immersion heater elements powered by the generator or dockside power.

Throughout the vessel all pipes and pipe fittings are approved by Lloyds.
There is a twin pump AC/DC pressure set fitted with accumulators. The suction line
from this pressure set to the tank manifold contains an ultraviolet steriliser and small carbon filters in each cold water supply with a larger version fitted in the galley supply.

2 x 750 litres black/grey water tanks built in hull with Liquid Level Systems hydrostatic pressure sensor with digital displays and remote displays on synoptic panel.
Deck pump out.

All grey water supplies are drained to the tanks via smell traps.
Tank cleaning ports and a saltwater wash are installed for each tank.
Hot and cold showers discharge into grey water tanks.

The heads are flushed with freshwater only.
Tank cleaning ports and a saltwater wash is supplied.

The copper nickel seawater manifold is sized to allow adequate supply to all consumers when the main engine and generators are running. Alarms are fitted to all intakes to sense if the seawater flow becomes restricted.


220V/380V, 50Hz single-phase AC ring main 2-Pin European outlet sockets located as appropriate within the layout.
Switches and power points are Vimar ‘Classica’.

Shaving sockets installed in each head.

24V bank for ship's service systems in ‘deep-cycle’ Sonnenschein gel cells, 1,200Ah.
24V/200Ah Victron Gel emergency bank for ship’s safety and bilge pumps.
24V/200Ah Victron Gel radio bank, navigation and radio requirements to MCA LY2.
24V bank for engine's electrical starting system.
24V bank for generators’ electrical starting system.
Battery monitor.

3 x Victron Multi 24V/3kW/70A (3-phase 380V) battery chargers/invertor with
remote controllers. Chargers replaced with 2 year warranty (2016).
1 x Victron SKYLLA-TG 24V/30A, 220V/50-60Hz battery chargers for navigation/communication bank battery charging.
Emergency link.

3 x Victron Multi 24V/3kW/70A Charger/Inverter replaced with 2 year warranty (2016).

50A dockside power cable.
2 x 50A sockets.
Flush Stainless deck plate with powered Glendinning Cablemaster cable reeler.

Overhead lighting in both the guest accommodation and crew areas is frosted low voltage spotlights.
LED low-level warm-hue accent lighting to all steps.
All hanging wardrobes and drinks lockers have internal lighting.
Galley has over-counter lighting.
Overhead directional spotlight for reading lights in guest accommodation.
Picture lights in guest accommodation.
Two table lights in the upper saloon.
Individually switched lights at each berth.
Automatic light to drinks locker
Dimmer to upper saloon and aft cabin.
Red passage lights in upper saloon.

Discreet bulwark ‘style’ lighting.
2 x dimmable boom lights.
2 pairs of spreader downlights – one pair to each of the lower spreaders.
5 pairs of uplights.
Lopo LED port, starboard and stern navigation lights. Sailing red over green, red aviation.
2 x steaming lights on front of mast.
Lopo white anchor light at masthead and LED red aviation masthead light.
Mast lights comply with international regulations.

Steering - 2 x Ritchie FN201.
1 x Plastimo Hand bearing compass.

B&G H3000.
1 x B&G 20:20 port and 1 x B&G 20:20 starboard at companionway console.
1 x B&G 20:20 and 2 x B&G GFD at port pedestal.
1 x B&G GFD and 1 x B&G autopilot at starboard pedestal.
1 x B&G autopilot at chart table.
1 x B&G GFD in crew cabin.

Furuno TZT Black Box System with 15’’ Nauticomp Glass Bridge at navigation station
with 15’’ Nauticomp Signature II screens in port and starboard helm stations.
Furuno DRS 4A Open Array Radar.
Simrad DGPS antenna and differential receiver.
Sailor Inmarsat Mini C satellite communication system.

Furuno AIS FA50 Class B.

B&G dual station autopilot, including Halcyon Gyro compass. Hydraulic drive.

Windex at masthead.

McMurdo ICS Nav-7 Tri-band Navtex receiver.

Simrad HS90, dual station VHF radio, waterproof handset at helm and crew mess.
Loudspeaker and Class-D DSC.
Sailor RT5022 VHF Class-A DSC.
Emergency radio batteries.

Sailor Fleet 150 broadband satellite telephone system.

PC with Internet and email connectivity. VASARI 13A5225A with MaxSea Time Zero can be viewed at helm stations, navigation station and chart table.
FLIR Camera on first spreader.
Francis searchlight on first spreader.

Two 12-man liferafts, (depending on Class requirements) stowed under aft deck seating lockers (see deck plan).

Simrad EG50 GPS EPIRB with auto-release bracket.

High-powered bilge and fire control pumps.
Engine-driven 37mm (1.5”) bilge pump with manual clutch.

16 x adult lifejackets (with integral harnesses).
4 x children’s lifejackets (with integral harnesses).
2 x boathooks.
2 x Jonbuoy MOB modules.
Offshore flare kit (SOLAS approved).
4 x SOLAS Life rings.
2 x line throwing appliances.
1 x EPIRB.
1 x Simrad SA50 SART.
1 x Approved signalling lamp (and searchlight).
Set of navigation shapes.

Fire extinguishers in each cabin, lazarette and engine compartment.
Automatic engine room fire extinguisher system.
Fire blanket in galley.
Fire hose and portable fire pump stowed in the deck locker.
Other fire fighting and safety equipment as required by Class.

Fire alarm.
Float switches at watertight compartments with led warning lights and alarms.
Black water and grey water tanks have high level alarms.

CCTV camera – FLIR night vision camera on first spreader. Monitor on crew mess TV.
Watertight bulkheads and doors.
Storm boards/deadlights.

4m Nautica Deluxe 14 Yamaha 60HP Four Stroke.

10 x inflatable fenders (100cm x 35cm) with electric pump.
4 x 30m of 22mm warps.
2 x 20m nylon 22mm warps.

Coltri Sub MCH-6.

2 x Isotherm Safe 10 in owner’s cabin and in captain’s cabin.



NB: All personal belongings and all other items not expressly listed in the above inventory are excluded from the sale.

Viewing through Oyster Brokerage.

Inventory not yet verified by the owner.

NB: Name ‘Sarafin’ to be retained by the Vendor.

Issue 3 (OG/OB/jg)

In this transaction we are acting as Brokers only. We are informed that this sale is not related to the Owner’s business, trade or profession. 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 contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up.



The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


Presentado por:

Oyster Brokerage

Orwell Landing
Fox's Marina
Ipswich, Suffolk, IP2 8NJ
Reino Unido
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Fox's Marina
Ipswich, Suffolk, IP2 8NJ
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