|Subcategory:||Blue Water Cruisers|
|Model:406 Coachroof Version|
|Mooring Country:||United Kingdom|
|Length:||12.19 m/40 ft|
A great cruising boat with good accommodation, plenty of space, and well looked after by a fastidious owner.
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.
Oyster Marine to Holman & Pye design – 1988. - Hull No. 23
40’6” x 34’9” x 12’9” x 6’0” (12.34m x 10.59m x 3.89m x 1.83m)
White GRP hull and GRP/balsa sandwich deck (deck saloon, coachroof version)
Hull epoxy treated prior to launching
Fin and skeg configuration (skeg hung rudder with an encapsulated half keel, iron ballast (8,000 lbs.) encapsulated in GRP
Teak laid side decks, cockpit seats, helmsman’s seat and cockpit sole (all laid teak completely refurbished 2006)
Side gates in life line
Three deck hatches new (2012) and six alloy frame opening ports (2012)
Two large aft, drained lazarettes aft of cockpit, one for Liferaft and one for gas bottle stowage (owner has larger liferaft which is coach-roof mounted in forward of the mast).
Whitlock steering system
Teak and holly stripe Plydeck sole
Perkins 4.108, four cylinder, 51hp diesel engine driving a 3-bladed Darglow propeller.
New gearbox 2013
Rev counter, fuel gauge
Fuel capacity 88 gallons (2 x 150 litre tanks under sole) in 2 x s/s tanks
12V 3 battery system (2 domestic, 1 dedicated engine with bridging to domestics)
Float-type battery charger
High output inverter to 220v/2000w
Silver anodised aluminium sloop/cutter rig, Kemp spars
Double spreader, keel-stepped mast
Stainless steel standing rigging – replaced 2007 and full survey 2011 (A1 report)
Removable inner forestay to take staysail
SAILS:Fully battened mainsail – mid 1990’s
Genoa – new 2014.
Spare No. 2 Genoa
Lewmar winches including 6x ST winches plus Lewmar mainsheet winch
8 berths in 2 cabins and the saloon.
Forward cabinwith ‘V’ berths and infill, wardrobe and dressing table
Forward en-suiteheadswith stainless steel washbasin, shower and Jabsco toilet. Teak framed mirror. Teak grating.
Saloonwith 2 opposing settees/berths, (starboard (converts to double), pilot berth, lockers and bookshelves above. Drinks locker and folding saloon table. Extensive storage space behind settee backs.
Nav areato starboard with fold-down seat and large chart table with large storage locker underneath.
Galleywith with 2 burner,grill-equipped oven, Frigoboat refrigerator and double stainless steel sink. Foot-operated sink pump-out.
Owner’s cabinwith double berth, shelves, drawers and hanging wardrobes.
Aft en-suite headswith full-width bulkhead mirror, shaver point, stainless steel washbasin, shower and Jabsco toilet.
Water capacity 140 gallons (636 Litres) in two GRP tanks.
Pressurised water system, calorifier with electric immersion heater
Raytheon RLC 70 X 2 (one at nav station and removable cockpit unit) incorporating radar, 4kw scanner at crosstrees
Tacktick wireless instruments
-   ; Speed
-   ; Depth
-   ; Wind
Raymarine Autopilot with wireless remote control
Standard Horizon 3500 DSC VHF with additional cockpit fistmike/controls
Navigation, Steaming/deck flood
Stainless stanchions and guardwires mid ship gates
Sprayhood/full cockpit cover for winter sailing
45lb CQR main anchor with 60m chain and 150’ warp
Seawolf electric Anchor windlass, recently refurbished
Transom boarding ladder
Stereo radio/cassette player with 4 speakers
Warps and fenders
This is a very nice and well-maintained example of the sought-after Oyster 406. She sails beautifully, is surprisingly quick, extremely comfortable and eminently seaworthy. Commissioned by the first owner and launched in 1988, she has been owned by only one further owner.
LYING: Bucklers Hard Yacht Harbour, Beaulieu
|Model||406 Coachroof Version|