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Oyster 39 Holman & Pye

Oyster 39 Holman & Pye

Weymouth, United Kingdom | 1980

Oyster 39 Holman & Pye for sale

  • 1 Cabins

General information

Production
1980
Length
11,90 m / 39,04 ft
Beam
3,93 m / 12,89 ft
Draft
1,85 m / 6,07 ft
Displacement
844,00 tonne
Location
United Kingdom, Weymouth
Cabin
1

Estimate price

$ 82 098
Very cheap
Valuation based on average market value
$ 132 720 $ 246 479
Losses approximately in value in  3 years
$ 2 437
  • $ 359 0.44%
  • $ 755 0.92%
  • $ 1 322 1.61%
  • $ 1 255 1.53%
  • $ 788 0.96%
  • $ 1 021 1.24%
  • $ 788 0.96%
$ 25 518
  • $ 4 691
  • $ 1 006
  • $ 2 346
  • $ 2 346
  • $ 1 525
  • $ 1 525
  • $ 1 525
  • $ 10 555

Description

Features

Seakers of Weymouth is delighted to present this Holman and Pye designed Oyster 39.

A powerful, go anywhere ketch, the Oyster 39 combines long distance sailing performance with generous accommodation.

These boats are highly renowned, blue water cruisers, this example has proved herself on the Atlantic circuit and has had over £10,000 spent on her in 2019-20 in order to make her ready for her next trip.

Oyster’s first yacht designed solely for cruising, the 39 is a high volume, centre cockpit ketch, with a comfortable owner’s stateroom aft. She is extremely popular due to her class leading accommodation space, which is remarkable for a yacht of this size.

A centre cockpit with full cockpit tent and solar and wind charging gives the ability to live off grid for extended periods of time.

The boat had a full survey in 2018 and list of work carried out subsequent to that is available.

Broker's view: "This classic Blue Water Cruiser has the pedigree of having been there and done it and is primed and ready to go again. All she needs is a couple of coats of antifoul and she is ready to sail the high seas. The upgrades by the current owners have been made through hard experience and Blue Bird is now a safe and comfortable ocean cruising craft. It would be lovely to see the new owners take her back out onto the high seas where she belongs."

Navigation

Neptune windvane self-steering (2012)

In the cockpit:

Robertson autopilot

Clipper depth, compass and wind

Lowrance chartplotter

VHF/DSC radio repeater

Engine start, contols and instrumentation

Garmin compass mounted on binaccle

At the chart table:

Clipper battery monitor, GPS, depth and log

Standard Horizon GX1500E VHF/DSC radio

Lowrance chartplotter

NASA Clipper NAVTEX

Electrical

Shore power with 240V circuit and sockets

Solar charging (2 x 120V), 2019

Air Breeze Wind generator

12V Batteries (1 engine, 6 leisure batteries) replaced May 2020 Rolls, charged by wind, solar and shore power

Mechanical

Perkins 4236 (85HP) 2806 hours

Outboard: Honda 2.5HP

480L fuel tank

680L fresh water tank

2018: new heat exchanger and cutlass bearing

Safety

Ocean liferaft until June 2022

EPIRB until 2024

Emergency steering (2012)

Sails and Rig

Standing Rigging 2012

Inner forestay, inner shrouds (2019)

Mainsail (2011)

Mizzen

Genoa

Inner forestay sail

Spinnaker and poles

Storm Jib

Drogue anchor

2018: (by AJ Gordon Rigging) 8mm lower shrouds replaced with 10mm, second forestay fitted for staysail, new spreaders and backing plates for U-bolts, mast foot refurbished.

2018: new staysail, new main and mizzen sail-packs, 2nd spinnaker pole for downwind sailing, new lazy jacks

Accommodation

Entrance to the boat is via the centre cockpit, decked in teak (2016), contains the helm position and instruments along with generous seating area and a removable table. There is access via at locker hatch on the port side to storage area/workshop which can also be accessed from the saloon behind the chart table.

Moving down the companionway into the saloon there is seating to port and starboard with a folding table in the middle and a Newport diesel heater (2016).

To port is the navigation station with electrical panels and navigation equipoment, including chartplotter and NAVTEX, depth, log and GPS, battery monitor and VHF/DSC radio.

Aft of the navigation station is a workshop which is accessible from either the saloon or the cockpit

To the starboard side is the galley with top loading fridge, gas 2 burner hob, grill and oven and sink with H&C running water. The galley is generous in size with ample storage and work surfaces.

To the rear of the galley is the master cabin with double and single berth arranged in a U shape and heads (sea toilet, sink and shower). This has cabin been re-foamed and upholstered in 2018.

In the bow there is a second, raised double V-berth with its own dedicated heads with sea toilet, sink and shower.

Deck

Anchor and chain (40m)

Electric Windlass

Honwave dinghy (lightly used)

2 x Lewmar winches on cockpit coaming

Steel (2015) frame on cockpit, and cockpit tent (2015)

Owner Comments

Purchased in November 2010

Full survey in 2018 and list of work carried out

Owner's Comment

Purchased in November 2010

Full survey in 2018 and list of work carried out

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$ 82 098Listed price: 60 000 £
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