Basic Boat Info
Engines / Speed
- Make: Yanmar
- Rope Cutter: true
- Model: 4JH2-DTE
- Drive Type: Direct
- Fuel: Diesel
- Engine Power: 88hp
- Type: Inboard
- Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze, Feathering
- Year: 1996
- Engine Hours: 4304
- Engine Location: Center
The Oyster 485 is a well-proportioned yacht that looks good from any angle and offers a combination of excellent performance, ease of handling, and real comfort. Like all Oysters the 485 features a deck saloon configuration creating a light, airy saloon and unbeatable ventilation. The 485 is well proven as a blue water cruiser, with numerous ocean crossings. It has a low center of gravity, high performance bulb keel, and a fully-protected skeg-hung rudder.
Six berths in three cabins plus a single in the saloon with good head room throughout.
Forward cabin with raised double berth and storage locker. Lee cloth.
Aft to a secondary cabin to port with a single berth that pulls out to make a double. Plenty of stowage. Bulkhead partition between cabins can be removed to make a single cabin with settee if required.
Forward heads compartment to starboard with marine toilet (Jabsco with holding tank), basin and shower.
Steps up to the raised deck saloon. Settee to starboard with trotter box and lee cloth. Wrap around U shaped settee to port with large oval extending saloon table. Deck saloon opening windows.
Navigation table to port in the saloon with all necessary electrical panels, navigation equipment and book/chart storage.
The galley is to starboard in the saloon and the walkway to the aft cabin. Double stainless steel sinks, gimballed 4 burner gas cooker with oven and grill, microwave oven (2016), large front opening stainless steel fridge, huge cool box. 2016 Candy washing machine.
In the walkway is a heated wet locker for oil skins.
Door to aft cabin with a central king size double berth (can be converted to two single berths with central settee) with outboard stowages. Large wardrobe. En-suite heads compartment with Jabsco marine toilet (holding tank), basin and shower in separate stall.
Webasto DW40 hydronic central heating system with 4 individually controlled zones, also supplying domestic hot water (as well as immersion heater and engine). Fully carpeted. Curtains and blinds. Patterned velour upholstery. Many opening hatches, opening ports and deck saloon windows, plus dorade ventilators. TV with masthead antenna.
Located under cockpit sole in heavily soundproofed compartment. Yanmar 4JH2-DTE marine diesel engine. 88hp. Four cylinders. Flexible coupling to shaft drive with 3 blade MaxProp feathering propeller. Rope cutter to shaft. Exhaust alarm. Copper fuel lines. 550 litres fuel capacity in grp tank. The engine has logged 4,304 hours in total.
Whispergen 240v diesel generator, 2016, 3.5Kw.
24V domestic electrical system and 12V engine start battery. 460ah in total. Charging via engine alternators (12 & 24V), 240V battery charger & 2017 Leading Edge 300 wind generator.
240V shore power system (ring mains, immersion heater) plus Whispergen generator.
Bermudan masthead sloop, keel stepped, double spreader rig. Selden anodised aluminium mast and boom. Harken Mk.IV headsail furling system. Dyform dis-continuous stainless steel standing rigging (cap shrouds 2004, backstay 2008). Removable emergency fore stay. Backstay tensioner. Rod kicker. Terylene running rigging led aft to cockpit where necessary. Spinnaker pole with up mast stowage. Slab reefing to mainsail with lazy jacks and stack pack. Ball race mainsail luff cars. Two Harken 56.2 self tailing ELECTRIC primary winches. Harken and Lewmar self tailing ELECTRIC secondary winches. Two Lewmar 40 self tailing control line winches. Two Lewmar 40 Self tailing mast mounted halyard winches. Steps to bottom of mast.
- Slab reefing mainsail - Gowen Sails - Fully battened
- Furling Genoa with UV strips
- In cockpit:
- Binnacle mounted Sestrel Major steering compass
- Two Raymarine ST60+ Graphic displays
- Raymarine ST60+ Tri-data multi (log/speed/depth/wind)
- Raymarine ST60+ wind system
- Garmin 5008 touchscreen GPS plotter with radar
- Raymarine ST7002 autopilot with cockpit control plus ST100 wireless remote control
- At chart table:
- Raymarine ST60+ Graphic
- Philips AP8 GPS
- Garmin 5012 touchscreen GPS plotter with radar
- ICOM M501 VHF radio with DS100 controller and cockpit command mic
- McMurdo ICS 6 LCD Navtex plus Nav6 printer
- 60Lb CQR anchor with chain and swivel
- Lewmar electric anchor windlass with rope gypsy (new motor 2014)
- Deck/anchor wash
- Sprayhood in green with grab bar
- Winch covers
- Various fenders and warps
- Avon RIB with 8hp two stroke Yamaha outboard motor
- Simpson stainless steel folding davits (2016) and outboard motor crane
- Stern rail seats
- Boat hook and deck brush
- Transom swim ladder
- Cockpit stereo speakers
- Plastimo cruiser 6 man cannister liferaft with stainless steel cradle
- Lifebuoy with light
- Jonbuoy MOB recovery system
- Webbing jackstays
- Cockpit harness points
- Removable stainless steel cockpit foot brace
- 30 inch high safety rails with side gates
- Emergency tiller
- Mast mounted radar reflector
- Globefix EPIRB system.
Built by Windboats for Oyster in 1996. Null number 19. White grp hull with style stripes. Hull epoxied in 2006 as a preventative measure. Sugar scoop type transom. White grp coachroof with teak laid decks and coachroof (in good condition). Self draining centre cockpit with teak laid seats and sole. Lead keel. Wheel steering (Whitlock) to skeg hung rudder (cable steering). Alloy toe rails. Stainless steel safety and hand rails (30in with new wires in 2012). Split pushpits with seats (cushions and backrests). Heavy duty double bow roller. Dorade vents with stainless steel rails. Hull antifouled and new anodes in September 2018. Large lazarette and two deck lockers. Gas locker with large bottles.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.