|Prix||US$1 400 000|
|Classe||Bateaux de plaisance|
|Matériau de la coque||Fibre de verre|
|Location||Ipswich, Suffolk, Royaume-Uni|
|Longueur Hors Tout||27.77 m|
|Longueur à la flottaison||22.1 m|
|Tirant d'eau max.||2.8 m|
|Type de quille||autre|
|Hauteur libre max. sous ponts||30.4 m|
|Type de moteur||Inbord|
|Marque du moteur||Perkins|
|Modèle de moteur||M225Ti diesel|
|Type d'hélice||3 pales|
|Réservoirs de carburant||528 gal (UK)|
|Réservoirs à eau douce||343 gal (UK)|
|Forme de la coque||Monocoque|
|Garantie de la coque||Aucun|
The Oyster 72 was the first Oyster to have the sweeping G5 deck saloon profile, giving a sleek and elegant appearance.
Rob Humphreys and the Oyster Design Team were tasked with drawing a hull based on our long distance bluewater heritage, but with a greater emphasis on performance. Modern composite engineering ensured that the hull and deck were light and stiff, without compromising strength and durability. The split cockpit provides a spacious and comfortable lounging or dining area, while the working cockpit is further aft, making it an ideal layout for family sailing or charter guests. Below decks, the 72 boasts a superb saloon, with the galley just forward of the mast, a layout appreciated by owner’s and guests alike. She sleeps ten in five spacious and well appointed cabins.
Holo Kai is still in her original ownership, initially she was chartered, but her primary use has always has been for family sailing in the Mediterranean, Caribbean and US West Coast. She was specified for ease of handling with push-button hydraulic furling to her mainsail, genoa and staysail. Maple joinery below decks give a clean, modern feel.
Holo Kai is a proven long range bluewater cruiser with Oyster pedigree.
Holo Kai Detailed Specification
HUL L NUMBER
The GRP hull incorporates a composite High Modulus Carbon Kevlar (HMCK) system. This is a ‘balanced laminate’ that has been designed to give excellent structural properties between the laminate layers. Advantages over standard GRP include: weight savings, extra strength and stiffness. The hull is reinforced with a matrix of structural stringers and floors and specifically designed by High Modulus, world leaders in composite design.
White with Metallic Gold cove line and double boot top lines in Metallic Red. Painted October 2011.
Deck constructed with balsa cored vinylester resin system.
Teak laid decks. Sanded and recaulked September 2020.
Bulwark finished with varnished teak capping rail with stainless steel fairleads, including one extra pair of stainless steel cleats and fairleads on aft deck.
Salon roof top painted with white non slip deck paint.
High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.
Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.
‘Sugar scoop’ stern design with bathing platform trimmed with teak slats and moulded GRP steps with teak treads incorporated into the transom for access to the stern deck.
Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean.
Built to comply with MCA requirements - Category 2.
CQR 47kg (105lb) anchor with 100m (328’) x 14mm chain.
Kedge anchor - Bruce type, size 30kg, with 100m of 22mm Octoplait nylon warp and 100m of 12mm galvanised chain, new July 2011. Stowage compartment within forepeak for Bruce kedge anchor.
Lewmar 3500 vertical gypsy/drum anchor windlass, hydraulically driven. Mounted on foredeck, including remote windlass control in cockpit, with Carling rocker switch on port pedestal, on engraved panel.
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, and gateway midship stanchions. Gate to pushpit.
Side gate boarding ladders to hinge down on topsides and hinge up to lock off gateway, including extension piece below surface of water.
Multiplex carbon fibre passerelle, including socket at stern and halyard (in Spectra for use as an emergency main halyard), clutch on mast, spreader bar and wires.
Removable stainless steel stern boarding ladder.
Long stainless steel boarding ladder for side entry.
Custom Oyster vertical drop-down washboard system with shock cords. Lewmar alloy-framed deck hatches x 8.
Rondal flush deck hatch (teak over) over sail locker and two Rondal glazed hatches over forward heads.
Gebo opening hullports.
Sprayhood to main companionway with leather-covered stainless steel grabrail, and central opening window.
Bimini with stainless steel poles and stowage cover, including small transparent window for boom light over cockpit table and velcro sail viewing window between helm stations.
Separate small helm station bimini. Clear side roll up panels hung from bimini.
Sunbrella padded canvas cockpit table cover - completed with velcro opening flap to access cool box lid. Sunbrella wheel and pedestal covers. Colour: “Dune”.
Crew covers for saloon table, saloon seating and floor.
Cockpit cushions in closed-cell foam - colour Sunbrella “Dune” with extra bolster type backrest cushions. Foredeck cushions in Sunbrella “Dune”.
Varnished cap rail covers.
Shore power mooring line support cover.
Anchor deck wash in anchor locker - freshwater.
Freshwater shower at stern with hot and cold controls.
Walk-through teak-laid cockpit split into separate steering and guest/crew areas. Both cockpits have a clear central walkway between twin wheels, giving excellent access from the main companionway to either of the helm positions, or to the aft deck.
COCKPIT TABLE Varnished teak and stainless steel with eight folding leaves and refrigerated insulated coolbox.
Frigomatic 50K keel-cooled compressor for cockpit table refrigerator.
Whitlock Mamba torque rod linkage.
Whitlock Mini-Maxi wheels x 2 with leather covering.
Stainless steel and teak outboard bracket in pushpit starboard side max capacity 15 hp (used for crew tender engine).
Cooney custom hydraulic davits, with power pack in lazarette.
Gas struts to opening deck saloon windows.
Liferaft stowage x 2 built into stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.
Stainless steel backrest rails at helm seats with closed cell foam covered in Sunbrella “Dune”. Stainless steel pole at transom for navigation/communications antennas, with swivelling floodlight. Lazarette locker with twin stainless steel gas struts, including two shelves.Gas locker.
Deck propane connection for stainless steel rectangular barbeque. Deck prism x 2 to aft cabin/corridor area.
Stainless steel mug racks - one on each steering pedestal.
Bosch Classixx washer/dryer in lazarette.
MAST AND RIGGING
Formula spars mast painted white. Rewired with new electrical cable and LED lighting 2016.
Hydraulic outhaul with manual bypass valve. Stainless steel rod standing rigging.
Navtec hydraulic backstay with remote panel in cockpit and mechanical lock, including Navtec hydraulic vang.
Two ‘No strike’ ion dissipators at masthead, no strikes grounded to luff track and wired to mast step, Keel step and cap shrouds wired with heavy duty cable to keel bolt for grounding.Towable genoa cars.
Extra conduit in mast for TV antenna and cellphone aerials.
Second genoa halyard and high load clutch on mast.
Hood Stoway hydraulic mainsail furling.
HEAD SAIL FURLING
Reckmann hydraulic furling foresail.
Reckmann hydraulic furling staysail.
WINCHES By Lewmar - all self-tailing.
2 x 88-3 EST electric primaries.
1 x 64 CEST electric mainsheet in stainless steel. Lewmar 66 CEST electric secondary winches.
x 44 CST manual traveller winch.
x 64 CEST manual halyard winch on the mast.
Spinnaker pole vertically stowed on mast with butt hoist winch, halyard, pole topping lift, and foreguy, pair sheets, guys, blocks and fittings.
SAILS By North Sails:
Furling Mainsail DCP 99/77 Pentex and polyester laminates, tri-radial cut. Yankee DCP 99/77 Pentex and polyester laminate tri-radial cut.
Staysail DCP 99/77 Pentex and polyester laminate tri-radial cut. By Dolphin Sails:
MPS/cruising chute in 1.5 oz ripstop nylon, tri-radial with horizontal mid section, including squeezer with GRP bucket, tack line. Warrior logo on cruising cute.
Symmetrical spinnaker (NV stored in Los Angeles, USA).
Ten berths in five cabins, excluding the saloon.
Interior joinery finished in Maple. Designed to be modern and coordinated whilst remaining practical and durable at sea.
Essential features include sculpted fiddles and grab rails, ‘shadow-gap’ joints between panels and Oyster custom knobs for lockers and drawers.
Cabin sole in teak, ‘Planked’ effect soleboards with satin varnish.
Surfaces in galley: Avonite with coved upstands in Willow.
Surfaces in WC/heads in Avonite Tuscany Rose Satin, all undermounted sinks in heads mounted flush with Avonite. Headlining in off-white vinyl. Upholstery in Alcantara - ‘Pompeiian Red’ (reupholstered September 2016).
Twin seats in saloon starboard side in “Pompeiian Red” Alcantara (2016), scatter cushions, 3 x alloy folding chairs with ‘Pompeiian Red’ Alcantara covering.
Lee screens on all berths. Roman blinds over all hullports.
Deck saloon windows have white Oceanair blinds. Oceanair “Skyscreens” to all standard deck hatches. Flyscreens to all opening hull and coachroof ports.
Aircraft style stowage bins in aft port and starboard cabin headliners. Mirrors on fore/aft bulkhead in forward port and starboard cabins.
Fans in each cabin, galley, and navigation area.
Crew covers for saloon and galley floors.
Bench on aft bulkhead with fold down steps over, box over black tanks to prevent sail snagging. Sail stowage at forward end of sail locker.
Double 220V waterproof euro socket over workbench.
PORT FORWARD TWIN CABIN WITH EN SUITE HEAD / SHOWER
To port with upper and lower berths, locker beneath lower berth, and hanging locker. Door to its own forward en suite head with manual Jabsco WC with Y -valve to enable salt or freshwater flushing, washbasin and shower.
STARBOARD FORWARD TWIN WITH EN SUITE HEAD / SHOWER To starboard with double berth, outboard locker, two large drawers under berth, and hanging locker. Split mattress with lee cloths. Door to its own forward en suite head with Vacuflush WC, washbasin and shower.
Separated from saloon by bulkhead and door. Using the full beam of the boat, there is abundant worktop space and plentiful lockers. Avonite worktops with raised upstands.
Hella 24V fan, breaker on DC panel.
Stainless steel crew ladder under crew access hatch in galley.
Twin stainless steel sinks.
Force 10 3-burner cooker with oven (replaced April 2019).
Extractor hood, Neff carbon filter AC unit.
MICROWAVE / GRILL
Sharp microwave (replaced June 2018).
Frigomatic 50K keel-cooled compressor for refrigerator.
Two Frigomatic 50W water-cooled compressors for freezer.
Fisher & Paykel dishwasher in peninsula unit (installed August 2020).
Large U-shaped settee to port around fixed saloon table, top in birds eye Maple, with solid teak edging and cream style line. Grabhandle integrated into inboard side of table. White table cover in vinyl padded.
Two single seats to starboard, with small table in between with stowage. Glasses stowage, in locker inboard of steps down from saloon into galley. Single bookrail along aft bulkhead.
Loewe TV on electric lift behind seats starboard side.
U-Line icemaker with dedicated inverter located to starboard forward of twin seats opposite glass cabinet, enabling guests to help themselves.
To starboard with forward-facing chart table. Stowage provided under chart table lid for half-folded Admiralty charts. Bookcase and shelf.
MIDSHIPS STARBOARD GUEST CABIN
Upper and lower berth, with stowage below and hanging locker.
Aircraft style stowage bin.
Forward in this cabin, but only accessed from corridor, is a wet locker with drainage into bilge for hanging oilskins.
MIDSHIPS PORT DOUBLE GUEST CABIN
Double berth, split mattress with lee cloths, under-berth drawers and hanging lockers.
Overhead “aircraft” lockers in headliners.
To port with Vacuflush WC, washbasin with Hansgrohe mixer taps, stall shower and lockers. Doors to double guest cabin and aft centerline passageway.
Aft with double berth offset to port including split mattress with lee cloths, under-berth drawers, dressing table, two large hanging lockers, and additional stowage in abundance.
Desk with upholstered rotating seat. Desk has opening lid with mirror on the underside to be used as a vanity unit.
Companionway hatch entrance from aft deck and timber companionway steps offset to starboard. Inlaid contrasting wood in treads of steps for visibility.
Laundry bin behind steps.
EN SUITE HEAD
Vacuflush WC, washbasin with Hansgrohe mixer taps and stall shower.
Mirrored lockers each side of hullport plus mirror on aft bulkhead.
Status omni directional aerial mounted at masthead for TV & FM.
Alpine CD/DVD/Tuner in aft port corner, including magic eye for remote control and LCD TV, Loewe A22 widescreen connected to Alpine DVD.
Audiovox Blueray player & Fusion MS-IP700i (2013).
Anthony Gallo speakers and Alpine passive sub base, including 6 channel 12V DC surround sound Amplifier and Loewe Sl32 LCD TV in proprietary screen lift.
Alpine waterproof speakers and a second pair in outboard coamings in footwells, with stainless grill.
Fusion remote controller mounted at the aft end of the cockpit starboard seat back, which works in conjunction with the Fusion unit in the saloon (2013).
Loewe Mimo 15 LCD TV, connected to Blueray player in saloon.
Perkins M225Ti 128kW (225 hp) diesel.
Ambassador AM20 rope-cutter on propshaft.
Service bank alternator - 150A/24V Mastervolt alternator with twin belts, including Mastervolt Alpha Pro regulator for charging service batteries.
Engine start bank - 40A/24V alternator.
Onan 22.5MDKBF 220V/50Hz single phase to operate air conditioning loads.
7,805 as of October 2020.
Sleipner 285 20hp (48V) electric (300mm) tunnel thruster, with eyebrow.
Whitlock Mamba torque rod linkage.
Whitlock Mini-Maxi wheels x 2 with leather covering (replaced September 2020).
Lewmar 400 - 5 function power pack to operate main furling and outhaul, genoa and staysail furling, and windlass.
AC units are all dual cycle (50Hz & 60Hz).
Aft cabin - 12kBTU remote air handler with 12kBTU compressor in engine room.
Aft guest cabins - 12kBTU remote compressor with air handler in each cabin.
Port cabin - 8kBTU
Starboard cabin - 4kBTU
Port forward cabin - one 16kBTU stoway with ducting to split between galley and cabin. Starboard forward cabin - one 7kBTU stoway unit.
Seafari Mini 750 (new March 2017). Automatic with manual controls. Automatic freshwater flush system. Makes about 108L/hr.
2,000 litres approx. (440 imp / 528 US gallons) in 2 GRP tanks.
1,300 litres approx. (285 imp / 343 US gallons) in 2 GRP tanks.
TANK TENDER GAUGES
Two 76 litre (17 imp / 20 US gallons) insulated calorifier tanks heated via main engine’s heat exchanger and two 2kW immersion heaters powered either by dockside power or generator.
Cleghorn AWM6 fresh water pump with dry running protection device.
PRESSURISED HOT AND COLD WATER SYSTEM
Three polypropylene holding tanks with gravity drain and gauges.
220V 50Hz AC ring main.
OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS
Twelve twin chrome Rondo sockets, located as appropriate within the layout.
Double waterproof sockets in sail locker and lazarette. 24V Dri Plug socket in steering pedestal.
Domestic: 8x Proline 8D AGM Batteries (new 2014).
Engine start: 2 x 12V batteries in 24V bank (replaced 2018). ?? Generator start: 1 x 12V
Radio/Nav: 2 x Mastervolt gel cells giving 110 Ah, recharged via domestic batteries and Mastervolt 24/12V converter (replaced 2019).
Emergency link switch between service batteries and engine start batteries.
Two Mastervolt 220V MASS 24V / 100A Battery chargers, including temperature sensor, charger controllers / monitors.
Mastervolt BTM 1 Charger controller / ammeter, including separate Mastervolt C3-RS controller.
Mastervolt 24V / 2500W Sine inverter, to run TV / VCR / sockets and microwave.
Mastervolt 24V / 2500W inverter for icemaker.
32A 50Hz Narrow gauge European spec shore power cables; 1 x 20 1 x 30m can be connected together. Selection of adapter tails for various dock plug designs. SmartPlug socket (fitted Sept 2020).
2 x 32A 60Hz wide gauge USA spec shore power cables. Hubbell stainless socket.
Both shorepower sockets concealed beneath the transom step.
Lighting upgraded to Cantalupi including several extra spotlights. Glassline reading light for each berth.
Autolights in drinks locker and fridge.
Red overhead halogen lights at chart table, aft passageway, and galley. Red “courtesy” foot nightlights at deck saloon steps and overhead at chart table, aft passageway and galley.
Note: Majority of white bulbs have been converted to LED.
Boom light, with switch at pedestal.
Two downlights on lower spreaders.
Perko lights in lazarette with single switch on forward bulkhead.
Aqua signal 55 bow and stern navigation lights, including stainless steel sheet metal “shield” to back of lamps.
LED Lopolight tri-white light.
Marine Major 150mm (6”) dia compass on each pedestal.
Speed, depth plus wind.
ST60 Graphic plus ST60 wind.
ST60 Graphic plus ST60 wind.
CHART TABLE ST60 Graphic.
RADAR/GPS AND CHART PLOTTER
Raynav 300 GPS at chart table with Raymarine GPS 125 head connected direct to Seatalk system.
Furuno GPS receiver at chart table with antenna on pole aft. B&G Zeus3 12 chart plotter with AIS (new December 2018).
Raymarine 400G autopilot with ST6000+ control head on pedestal, Whitlock 1hp direct drive motor.
Windex at masthead as part of VHF antenna.
Furuno 300 Naxtex at chart table, antenna on stern pole.
Raymarine 240E VHF at chart table with ST60 type speaker with volume control in headlining outboard of nav seat. Second VHF station at helm.
Icom PCR 1000 SSB receiver, with CA active antenna at masthead, connected to PC for weatherfax, including two large ground plates and copper strip on backstay - single, insulated as aerial.
Fleet 150 sat phone (new October 2011).
PC Digital Yacht CF200 PC (upgraded Oct 2011) and 19” screen in angled panel outboard of the chart table, in locker low down, including dedicated inverter and fan for ventilation. Logitech Di Novo Bluetooth mouse and keyboard, Smart Bridge wifi solution, wireless access point, network outlet on Traffolyte panel, Canon printer (new October 2017).
Two Viking *UKSL RescYou Pro 8 man liferafts in GRP containers, including 8 person ISAF/SOLAS B grab bag pack.
Float free Jotron 40 GPS mounted on antenna post with hydrostatic release.
Firdell Blipper on mast.
Engine driven bilge pump with manual clutch and cable control, plumbed to main bilge sump with control in view of bilge sump in addition to standard automatic electrical system with manual override from the main switch panel.
Horseshoe lifebuoys with lights. Danbuoy.
Webbing safety jackstays, with spectra lashings to cleats. MOM 8-A man over board module.
Wichard folding pad eyes for harnesses x 6, 2 at helm area. Emergency tiller.
Portable high volume fire hose/bilge pump system.
Various extinguishers including automatic fire extinguisher in engine room.
Bilge high water alarm, audible alarm at helm station.
OTHER SAFETY FEATURES
Marco horn on mast with control buttons at starboard pedestal.
New 2016. AB rib with custom layout. Helm position offset to starboard. 4 stroke Yamaha outboard (2016). Sunbrella rain cover.
Stowage kit including 4 x davit pads, 2 x emergency strops and 2 x spring line
Crew dinghy - Avon roll away 2.8m inflatable keel type with 4hp Honda outboard, cover for outboard top only in Sunbrella “Dune”.
WARPS AND FENDERS
Custom scarlet mooring lines. 2 short, 4 long, 2 short with steel eyes to accept stainless chain for chafe free mooring.
Oyster customised Wedgwood bone china crockery. Complete white china set and glassware suitable for charter.
Oyster customised Sheffield stainless steel cutlery.
Push button combination lock safe in aft cabin.
ASSORTED TOOLS , SPARES AND MANUALS
Numerous hand tools.
Heavy brass ship’s clock and barometer and inclinometer mounted on saloon bulkhead.
Extensive inventory of navigation charts covering the Mediterranean, west coast of North and Central America, and Caribbean.
NB: All personal belongings and all other items not expressly listed in the above inventory are excluded from the sale.
Viewing through Oyster Brokerage.
Name ‘Holo Kai’ to be retained by the vendor.
Inventory veriﬁed by the owner.
Issue 1 (OG/YG/bm)
In this case we are acting as Brokers only. 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 any contract. A prospective Buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate, at their 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 for such engine on our part. Life-saving appliances do not form part of the inventory and it is for the buyer to ensure they are in date and suitable for their purposes.