|Tax Status||Tax Paid|
|LOA||53 ft 10 in|
|Length at Water Line||45 ft 1 in|
|Beam||15 ft 3 in|
|Max Draft||7 ft 3 in|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Fuel Tanks||1 x 800 liters (GRP)|
|Fresh Water Tanks||1 x 750 liters (GRP)|
|Holding Tanks||1 (Plastic)|
The Oyster 53 Deck Saloon is a perfect mix of luxury and pure Sailing Capability.
The 53 is one of the best selling Oyster models ever, combining the long waterline and spacious interior layout of a long range cruiser, but efficient enough to be sailed by a couple.
This particular model has been lovingly maintained by owners who have enjoyed extensive Cruising including the ARC Rally 2009 and ARC Europe 2010.
She has benefited from an extensive refit in March 2009 plus upgrades to the navigation systems, fitting of a new Bauer dive compressor, a new generator plus numerous other upgrades. She is in every sense ready to go bluewater cruising.
The interior of this yacht is stylish and well laid out. All interior oak woodwork and upholstery in very good condition.
Accommodation consists of 8 berths in 4 cabins.
Two double cabins and two twin cabins.
Fore cabin with centerline double berth, seat with vanity table, good storage in clothes and hanging lockers.
Twin Cabin to Starboard with upper and lower berths, lockers for clothes, a vanity unit and a hanging locker.
Head to port with flush head, washbasin and separate shower.
Saloon features a sociable oval dining table and settee to starboard. To Port is a two seater settee. Good locker/stowage space throughout.
Navigation Station to Port, forward facing chart table.
Galley to Starboard with Avonite galley tops, fully equipped with good preparation area.
Twin Cabin to Port with upper and lower berths, lockers for clothes, a vanity unit and a hanging locker.
Aft Owners cabin with double berth offset to starboard, a curved settee, dressing table and large hanging locker. Abundant draw and locker space. En-suite Head with flush head, washbasin and shower.
Manufacturer Provided Description
The design brief for the Oyster 53 was to create a yacht with a centre cockpit Deck Saloon configuration that offered many of the features of the larger Oyster 56, but still maintained a stylish, well-proportioned outboard profile. Rob Humphreys designed the hull, deck and rig, while Holman & Pye designed the interior layout and provided the technical and structural specification. The Oyster in-house team has coordinated the styling and overall details of the yacht, and as with the Oyster 36, they also integrated the ergonomically designed cockpit whose technical specification originated from the Department of Ergonomics at Loughborough University. This design team approach, linked with the use of powerful integrated CAD design computers, has created a yacht that will set standards in design excellence for a yacht of this size. For a 53-foot yacht, this Oyster is very unusual in offering a spacious cockpit and a large saloon, together with up to four separate sleeping cabins.
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.
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