Oyster Yachts Launches Inagural Oyster 100 Sailing Yacht
The first Oyster 100 sailing yacht has departed her build bay at the Oyster Yachts shipyard in the U.K. in preparation for her launch, ahead of her eagerly awaited premiere at the 2011 Monaco Yacht Show.
The Oyster 100 by Dubois is designed with the specification, features and classification of much larger yachts, and provides a sophisticated entry into superyacht ownership. Her layout offers three staterooms aft and two crew cabins forward. The two family/guest staterooms feature 2 large single beds, which are fitted on slide rails which can be pushed together to form a large double bed. A third fold down bed is also available.
David Tydeman, Oyster Yachts CEO, commented, “This is really the culmination of four years of planning, including establishing the construction facility from bare ground, and a lot of hard work by very many people since the project was first announced. We are delighted with the way the build of this beautiful yacht has progressed and can’t wait to show her off in Monaco.”
A raised Main Salon offers a panoramic view and leads forward and down to a more intimate lounge and separate dining area. Forward of the main living area is the crew mess, galley and two crew cabins. The composite-built Oyster sailing yachts combine excellent quality, state-of-the-art technology and exceptional design. They are characterized by a very good price-performance ratio and require a markedly lower maintenance budget than comparable one-off new builds of the same size. Built to Lloyds 100A1 Classification, Oyster Yachts can be operated as commercial craft thus offering many owners significant personal benefits of ownership.