THE FLAGSHIP 120FT YACHT FROM THE OYSTER / HUMPHREYS YACHT DESIGN PARTNERSHIP.
A true sailing superyacht at nearly 123ft overall including the bowsprit, the Oyster 1225 luxury expedition yachts offers its Owner a truly global adventure. Built to DNV-GL classification standards and compliant with the MCA LY3 Large Yacht Code, Oyster has developed this 120ft yacht design to offer each owner the opportunity to significantly customise his or her yacht, whilst retaining the benefits of a low maintenance gel coat finish from a female mould tool.
Approaching the luxury expedition yacht design in three principal areas: the accommodation aft, the guest and crew options forward and the expansive saloon space, many permutations are possible. Options allow for a huge Master Suite aft supported by two or three guest cabins or up to five guest cabins and a smaller master cabin.
One thing is for certain, the six crew layout will provide a wonderful environment for the Owner and guests. Whether that is six crew supporting 10-14 guests or perhaps six just looking after the Owner and partner in unbridled luxury.
THE ELEGANT, POWERFUL AND INDIVIDUAL OFFSHORE SAILBOAT.
Denoting a sleek evolution of Oysters signature performance bluewater cruising yachts, the Oyster 745 offshore sailboat is designed to fit between the family and friends Oyster 565 – 675 and the 835–895 with their separate crew quarters.
Replacing the highly successful Oyster 72/725, of which an impressive 17 were built, the Oyster 745 75ft yacht introduces a new hull, twin rudder format and brings a sense of the sailing coupé with her distinctive Deck Saloon, extended in clean symmetry with a sheerline that points to power and adventure. The first three 745s are uniquely different – endorsing Oysters willingness to customise.
With a choice of rigs, the sail plan can be optimised for fully-crewed regatta speed or kept smaller for short-handed sailing; from carbon rigs and fully battened mainsails to cutter and joystick furling for friends and family sailing. The enabler behind this versatility is Oysters new twin rudder hull configuration from naval architect Rob Humphreys; Oyster and Humphreys Yacht Design are the first ever to have so extensively researched and tank-tested this arrangement solely for performance cruisers and offshore sailboat.
The extended transom version of this (pictured above) further increases the practical nature of this latest Oyster 75ft yacht design with increased lazarette space for all that essential cruising gear and a magnificent aft deck entertaining space. To suit all international sailing grounds, the Oyster 745 offshore sailboat is also available with centreboard or standard keel options.