Oyster's new 625...

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Oyster's new 625...

Design

Designed to be the point in the Oyster range where dedicated space for professional crew is provided, the new Oyster 625 is intended to build on the success of the Oyster 61 and 62 that have gone before.

AUGUST 2009

She’s a Rob Humphreys design, with varying options as regards rigs, keels and interior layouts for up to four guest cabins, plus crew facilities in the forepeak.
There is also the option of three large vertical portlights in the hull on both sides to delivers fantastic views from the saloon.

Basic Spec – Oyster 625...
LOA (inc pulpit): 19.36m (63ft 6in)
Length of Hull: 19.05m (62ft 6in)
LWL: 17.23m (56ft 6in)
Max Beam: 5.44m (17ft 10in)
Draught
‒ HPB Keel (Std): 2.82m (9ft 3in)
‒ HPB Keel (Shoal): 2.15m (7ft in)
Displacement (Standard Keel): 33.5 tonnes (73,854lbs)
Displacement (shoal keel): 35.3 tonnes (77,823lbs)
Sail Area with 150% Genoa: 234 square-metres (2,523 square-feet)

For more, www.oystermarine.com.

© Phil Draper