New Oyster 575 launched at LIBS

— 11 Jan 2010

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Oyster575, Paul Kelly

The new Oyster 575 makes her international debut at the London Boat Show, where Oyster 575-01 is on display, whilst Oyster 575-02 will be shown at Boot Düsseldorf.

With a brand new Rob Humphreys hull design for increased performance and greater interior volume, and a sophisticated, modern hull construction, which incorporates the strength characteristics of carbon with the impact resistance of kevlar to give a structure that is significantly stronger than traditional construction methods, the new Oyster 575 is an exciting and worthy addition to Oyster’s fleet of blue water cruising yachts.

An evolution of the highly successful Oyster 56, with nearly 80 yachts afloat, the new 575 features twin wheels, giving the helmsman great all-round visibility both under sail and when manouevring and has a longer waterline, finer entry and greater sail area/displacement ratio.

Whilst exhilarating performance is important, onboard comfort is a prerequisite. The Oyster 575 features a large centre cockpit with a substantial dining table for comfortable al fresco living, whilst below decks the four cabin interior layout, which can be semi-customised to suit your own requirements, enjoys a sumptuous owners’ ensuite stateroom and a spacious light and bright saloon thanks to Oyster’s hallmark deck saloon styling and opening windows.

A practical and safe passageway galley with space for washer/dryer and dishwasher plus plenty of storage, works as well in port as it does at sea, whilst a large and very easily accessed engine room houses a state-of-the-art VW 130hp diesel, specially mapped to suit the yacht.

With her exceptionally sleek outboard profile, proven performance and stunning interior, the new Oyster 575 is fitted with a multitude of well-designed and practical seamanlike features, allowing owners to cruise the oceans in safety, comfort and style.

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