An excellent example of the Oyster LD43 motor launch, offering high-speed sea keeping abilities, making for effortless long distance cruising. The twin water jet computer controlled propulsion system enables the vessel to be handled with the greatest of ease. This example offers a high specification of interior fit out. Stored under cover, this LD43 has been using freshwater only. Captain maintained from new. The vessel is currently located in Italy and will be being transported back to the UK in March 2021. This vessel is UK and EU Vat Paid.
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Oyster LD43 combines traditional craftsmanship, with modern design and technology, to create a unique blend of performance, sea keeping and comfort. The LD43 is about good times afloat, whether dining alfresco in the cockpit, having a candlelit dinner in the enclosed saloon or enjoying a cruise with family and friends. Modern composite construction with carbon fibre and Kevlar will create a strong light hull, optimised for us by Levi Designs and tank tested at the Wolfson Unit. While conventional drives may be chosen, with her twin water jets the LD43 will top out at 30 plus knots – no worries about fouled props and the ability to go shallow or even dry out. Build quality and design flair, combined with great after sales support, create a boat that really will be what good times afloat are all about.
Custom windows will incorporate opening panels adjacent to the helm and pilot stations Aft window and door system retracts to create an open-plan saloon/cockpit area The deckhouse roof carries the radar and a streamlined mast to accommodate the antennas for standard electronics. Ultraleather upholstery Cabin sole in teak & holly Saloon tables on pedestals Counter surfaces in synthetic stone Stainless sink Mixer tap with pressurised hot and cold water supply Refrigerator Microwave
12v DC electrical system Engine start battery 180 amp 2 off Generator start battery 80 amps Domestic batteries 360 amps 4 off Battery management system AC 220v system 220v water heating to h/w tank Battery charger 50 amp Inverter 1.5kw Distribution panel with isolator and circuit breakers
Two Yanmar 6LY2-STP 440HP Two Hamilton 292 jet units and lay shafts Trim tabs Hamlton Blue Arrow joystick control Mastervolt Whisper 6000 220v diesel generator Air-Conditioning Cruisair 16000 BTU reverse cycle WC holding tank
Flush locker in foredeck area housing the anchor and chain with an electric anchor windlass Fold out stemhead roller housed flush within the anchor locker when not in use Glazed opening hatches 3 off Stainless mooring cleats 6 off Teak toe rail SS fairleads Varnished teak capping coamings and saloon The cockpit sole and stern platform are trimmed with laid teak Hot/cold deck shower Teak cockpit table on a stainless frame SS bathing ladder
Log, boat speed depth displayed Raymarine ST 60 system Raymarine auto pilot ST 6001 GPS ? Raynav 300 Radar/plotter – Raymarine 80C (chart cartridges optional). VHF radio – Ray 230 D-DSC. Horn CD player with am/fm radio 12v telephone socket Hot and cold pressurised system to galley, WC and deck shower
High tech weight saving composite structure using vinylester resin and a combination of e-glass, Kevlar and carbon fibre Solid laminate hull below the waterline Cored topsides and deck with high-density balsa Dark blue gelcoat colour with a gold cove line and single white boot top line Deck in cream gelcoat Hull below waterline red anti-fouling
Microwave oven/grill. Electric hob (stove) 220v SS freshwater tank of 340 litres (75 imperial gallons)
Shock dampened adjustable pilot seats 2 off Hydraulic steering Pair of jet drive controls Single lever joystick control for low speed manoeuvring Electric screen wipers with freshwater wash for forward windscreens Retractable flat screen TV and DVD system Loose Equipment Heyco marine tool kit Oyster crockery and cutlery set ? 6 place settings. Glassware ? Set of 6 Fenders x 4 Mooring lines x 4 20kg (45lb) Anchor and 60m of chain Boathook, fuel and water funnels Fire extinguishers – 3 x 1kg FM 200 Galley fire blanket Ensign staff, Oyster house flag Jack staff for bow with socket Close cell foam cockpit cushions including fixing studs Keys ? 2 sets for engines and saloon/cockpit door Set of drawings and schematics for systems Oyster Owner?s manual, maintenance log & supplier documentation
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.