Oyster 575 Yacht

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Oyster 575 Yacht 

The all-new Oyster 575 is about evolution and experience.

Evolution in design terms means an exceptionally sleek deck saloon with a spacious cockpit with twin wheels. It also means that every inch of space below deck has been optimised to provide comfortable, practical accommodation.
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Experience means talking to our owners and benefiting from their experience as well as our own. With over 50 Oyster 55s and over 70 Oyster 56s in commission, our experience of quality blue water cruising yachts in this size range is probably unsurpassed.

 

 

 

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Pure hull lines from Rob Humphreys will ensure this yacht is a fast passage maker resulting in effortless blue water cruising and exhilarating performance, while the four cabin layout and spacious saloon and dining areas will appeal to families and those wishing to sail with crew.

We are confident that the new Oyster 575, with her twin-wheel configuration, will soon set the standard by which cruising yachts in this size range are judged.

Dimensions
Length Overall (including pulpit) 17.89m58' 8"
Length of hull 17.53m57' 6"
Length of waterline 15.72m51' 6"
Beam 5.00m16' 5"
Draft (standard) 2.70m8' 10"
Draft (shoal) 2.06m6' 9"
Draft - Centreboard - Board Up (SuperShoal) 1.65m5' 5"
Draft - Centreboard - Board Down (SuperShoal) 3.82m12' 6"
Standard rig and spar type Semi-fractional sloop with fully battened main
Available rig options In-mast furling, cutter gear,
Non-overlapping and double headsail rigs
Ballast keel type External lead keel
Displacement (standard keel) 27,250 kgs60,076 lbs
Typical engine VW TDI 150-5 96kW (130hp)
Tanks - fuel 1300 litres, 280 Imp gals, 343 US gals
Tanks - water 950 litres, 210 Imp gals, 250 US gals
Sail area with 150% foretriangle 194.8m22097 sq ft
Air Draft (Exc. Antennae) Approx. 25m82'
Sail area / displacement ratio 21.0
Displacement / length waterline ratio 210 
Pounds per inch immersion 2776


Oyster 575 Review Yachting World

Yachting World's Toby Hodge recently joined the Oyster 575 On Liberty for a 220nm passage from Palma, Mallorca to Cartagena, Spain. Richard Langdon of Ocean Images was on board to capture the trip. 

Oyster 575 review in Asia Pacific Boating

The definitive crossover size boat, the new 575 from Oyster is large enough to justify a paid crew and be chartered, yet is still manageable by a couple, says Yachting World's Toby Hodges – and her sea manners are as smooth as her looks.

 

 

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