Oyster Yachts

Saxon Wharf, Lower York Street, Northam, SO14 5QF Southampton, Hampshire
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Telephone +44 2380 831010
Fax +44 2380 634275


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boot 2017 hall map (Hall 16): stand C58

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Stephen Parkinson

Sales Manager

+44 (0)23 8083 1010


Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Boats and Yachts
  • 01.01  Sailing Boats & Yachts
  • 01.01.03  Sailing Yachts/Cabin Boats (Sail)

Sailing Yachts/Cabin Boats (Sail)

Our products

Product category: Sailing Yachts/Cabin Boats (Sail)

Oyster 675

Defining a new phase in Oyster’s long running, carefully structured product development programme, the company is delighted to announce the all new Oyster 675. Pairing with the Oyster 745 concept introduced in Autumn 2013, the Oyster 675 completes for now a new third tier to Oyster’s range, meeting the evolving needs of owners and how they view and crew their sailing. 

Creating balance and pace, the twin rudder hull by Humphreys Yacht Design is configured and engineered to take a more powerful rig plan than the smaller yachts, with options for carbon masts and rigging and performance sails that will make this model appeal to those who enjoy fast passages and have, perhaps, a keen eye also on the trophies at Oyster’s exclusive regattas. Yet this is not a lightweight racing yacht, it has everything an Oyster should, just in a hull form that gives an extra 10 per cent on the water and with either the swinging centreboard or standard keel versions, comfortable performance is guaranteed. 

Externally the sweeping teak and rollover-bulwark decks show a practical plan for sail-handling and play, including foredeck stowage for the tender and step-down sunbathing platform for fun time at anchor. An extended transom version further enlarges the aft deck and gives an even more determined look to the profile while also enabling a dinghy garage.

With its lower profile, stretched deck saloon window visually triggering a sense of power and purpose in a manner akin to the more tasteful of performance road cars, this Oyster 675 joins the latest ‘Coupé’ range. 

Internally, with two spacious double guest cabins complementing the full beam master suite and a fourth cabin for crew (with options for en suite facilities), the Oyster 675 brings together choices to detail the yacht for family, for occasional charter, or for long distance exploring and adventure, with professional help aboard. 

The 675 also has two main interior options revolving around the galley location, owners choosing between an enclosed highly efficient and seaworthy galley just aft of the main saloon or a traditional ‘linear’ design through which you can walk to the master cabin making this model a really spacious yacht to enjoy in comfort. 

The Oyster 675 – set to be the centre of attention.

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Company news




Jan 20, 2017

Introducing the new Oyster 565 and Oyster 595.

In 2011 Oyster announced the Oyster 885 following extensive research and development of the project to build the Oyster 100 and 125.  Observing that the LY2/3 code requirements meant the Oyster 100 had only 5 cabins for the owner and crew – the team took on the challenge to comply with regulations, but more efficiently!

Oyster 885 had to deliver a great deal – Superyacht equipment, levels of furnishings, bunk lengths, headroom and all of this in a hull just below the LY3 code rule length.  Extensive tank-testing followed, a blade jib and roller boom configuration developed and the hull shape and appendages were refined. Recognising from this that the "6th Generation – G6" of Oyster concepts had been conceived – the company quietly went about redesigning the whole fleet.

The Oyster 825 followed, then the Oyster 745, more tank-testing and then the Oyster 118 and most recently, the Oyster 675.

Completing the 'G6' fleet, Oyster is delighted to announce the two new models – the Oyster 565 and the Oyster 595.  Aimed very much at the family sailor, and skillfully combining the learning from the larger yachts, these two new yachts also include many features refined with the 101 Oyster yachts that have circumnavigated (or are in the process of circumnavigating – 31 set sail on the Oyster World Rally last weekend on the 15th January 2017).  Oyster believes that no other yacht builder has the combination of experience of large numbers of yachts circumnavigating with just the owners and friends on board and more than 35 'Superyachts' built over 24 metres - the majority of whom traded up from Oyster previous 'baby-superyachts' - the Oyster 56, launched in 1998 and of which 75 were built.  The Oyster 565 and 595 create the benchmark for future larger Superyachts

Matthew Sheahan, Sailing journalist, said

“The launch of Oyster’s 'G6' fleet was a big step forward bringing Superyacht thinking into a new size range of bluewater cruisers. The 885 and 825 proved to be popular from the start, paving the way for the 745.
This moved the company towards their next big design challenge, tackling the sub sixty-foot market, territory that split opinion among owners.
Some were happy to run their boats themselves, while others would want to cater for a professional crew. Yet both would want the space, performance and diversity that had made the bigger sisterships so popular.
While these were the underlying issues that inspired plans for the new 565 and 595, the new approach can be seen in many ways in layout and available options for the new boats.
The provision for a forward owners’ cabin is a first in the Oyster range. A dinghy garage in the stern section is another. But there is a long list of refinements that have now worked their way down from the larger boats including; a bowsprit, twin rudders, flush decks, improved form stability and full width chain plates. And then there’s the bold call to announce two new designs at the same time.
Design details and a fresh approach that marks a new chapter in the development of their fleet."

Style, function, versatility and years of heritage.

The new Oyster 565 and 595 (and also the bigger sister, the Oyster 675) - offer very flexible accommodation – master cabin aft or forward, dinghies on davits or in a dinghy garage, huge versatility of sail lockers, lazarette storage, different cabin combinations from 2 to 5, sleeping anything from 2 couples to 10 on charter, Oyster reinvents the wheel for luxury yachts below 60ft.

What other yacht offers you headroom and bunk lengths usually found on 80-100ft yachts, a customer service operation based on proven support of hundreds of yachts currently cruising far and wide..?

Click on the link below to watch and enjoy the footage from the start of the Oyster World Rally 2017 - 2019. 

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About us

Company details

For over 40 years, Oyster Yachts has been the international market leader for world-class cruising yachts, renowned for their unsurpassed quality, comfort and performance; visually recognised for their distinctive deck saloon design and seascape windows, world renowned for their unsurpassed quality, comfort and performance.

Offering a full fleet from the 475 through to the brand new 118, every detail of Oyster’s yachts and first-class customer care is expertly crafted, enabling customers to sail safe in the knowledge that they are equippedfor every adventure. Specialist custom and refit projects are handled on site by Southampton Yacht Services (SYS), an Oyster Group company since 2000.

Oyster’s ongoing customer care and support is second to none. From a fully bespoke Charter service through to expert Brokerage, and with around half of its UK-based new construction being commissioned by existing owners, Oyster invests the same care and attention to detail into building long-term relationships as its yachts.

Whether seeking the ultimate relaxation cruising in the Mediterranean, the thrill of competing at one of its exclusive regattas or to circumnavigate the globe with its unique World Rally, Oyster inspires and supports its customers’ pursuit of limitless sailing experiences.

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Boats and Yachts