The first Oyster 100-01 SY ‘Sarafin’ has completed her sailing trials...

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The first Oyster 100-01 SY ‘Sarafin’ has completed her sailing trials...

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Once handover is complete she will spend the autumn sailing around the Balearics, before heading across the Atlantic to the Caribbean, where this Dubois-designed and RMK Marine-built super-sailer is expected to take part in the 2012 St Barth’s Bucket Regatta.


Oyster Marine’s first superyacht, Oyster 100-01 Sarafin, has successfully completed her sailing trials ahead of handover to her owners in October.
A raised saloon offers a panoramic view and leads forward and down to a more intimate lounge and separate dining area. The standard accommodation layout offers three guest cabins aft, while the galley, crew mess and two crew cabins are forward.
A six-cabin variant is also available, which provides a fourth double guest cabin forward, in addition to the crew cabins.
She was built to Lloyds +100A1 G6 MCH and MCA LY2 classification.
Sarafin will spend some time in Palma, Mallorca, before heading for a winter season in the Caribbean. She is expected to take part in the St Barth's Bucket Regatta in March 2012.
“The Oyster 100 is not simply a large Oyster 82,” says Oyster Marine Group CEO David Tydeman. “We have raised our game... The new Oyster 885, which will be on the water in 2012, illustrates that what we are learning from entering the superyacht market is already enabling us to enhance our whole range – from the Oyster 46 to the Oyster 125."
The second Oyster 100 is out of the mould and fit-out began this summer. And the third has just started moulding.
Oyster 100-01 is the first Dubois composite superyacht to have been designed and built to Lloyds’ A1 classification requirements.
The first Oyster 125 is also under construction at RMK Marine. This is being built for former Oyster chairman and majority shareholder Richard Matthews, although we understand she is ‘available’.

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