The 2022-23 Rally Lineup

As news of the Oyster World Rally has spread over the years, there has been huge interest from Oyster owners and soon-to-be owners alike. So, it’s no surprise that the 30 places available for the 2022-23 Rally have been rapidly filled which includes those on the waiting list that missed out on the Oyster World Rally 2017-19. The Rally fleet is made up of a wide range of Oyster models, ranging from 56 foot to 70 foot plus. There are six brand new Oyster 565’s taking part, so it will be exciting to see how they perform over the 27,000 nm circumnavigation.

The best preparation and training

The owners and crew are currently undergoing specialist training and learning to ensure they have the skills needed to stay safe at sea and enjoy the voyage of a lifetime. Thanks to our longstanding relationships with the industry's finest suppliers, our yachts can count on accessing the best equipment and training available, to ensure they are sufficiently prepared for ocean sailing.

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A truly international fleet

Oyster yachts from all over the world are taking part in the Oyster World Rally 2022-23. The fleet comprises of variety of nationalities which include representatives from US/Canada, Ireland, South Africa, Britain, Netherlands and Germany. This global fleet of sailors have already begun to get to know one another well before the start of the Rally, by participating in a series of webinars, seminars and Oyster specific masterclasses organised by the Oyster World Rally team.

"The Oyster World Rally ticked all the boxes.”

“We wanted to find a sensible, safe and adventurous way to make this dream come true. The Oyster World Rally ticked all the boxes.”

Susan White – Oyster 625 Makara
Oyster World Rally 2022-23

Entry List

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Liberty
Oyster 56/25
2002
USA
USA
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Two Ravens
Oyster 56/39
2004
Canada UK
Canada / UK
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Quester
Oyster 56/55
2007
USA
USA
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Makara
Oyster 625/09
2013
UK South Africa
UK / South Africa
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Man of War
Oyster 655/09
2008
UK
UK
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Akoya
Oyster 565/03
2020
UK
UK
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People Sea
Oyster 575/66
2018
USA
USA
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Irish Blessing
Oyster 625/16
2016
USA
USA
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Juno
Oyster 575/02
2010
Netherlands
Netherlands
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Black Lion
Oyster 625/03
2012
USA
USA
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Panthalassa
Oyster 565/01
2019
UK
UK
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Yolo
625/22
2018
Canada
Canada
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Jolie
655/17
2010
USA
USA
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Temerity
Oyster 56/63
2008
UK
UK
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Bruadarach
Oyster 565/02
2019
UK
UK
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Skye III
Oyster 595/01
2021
UK
UK
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Vida Mia V
Oyster 575/40
2017
Japan
Japan
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Irene IV
Oyster 655/02
2007
Ireland
Ireland
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Happy Warrior
Oyster 625/21
2018
USA
USA
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Yuva
Oyster 56/67
2009
UK
UK
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Serendipity
Oyster 66/10
2004
USA
USA
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Shanties
Oyster 56/66
2009
USA
USA
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Samatom 2
Oyster 565/07
2021
UK
UK
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Ruth II
625/20
2018
Ireland
Ireland
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Nikaia
Oyster 575/11
2011
Germany
Germany
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Adalia 2
Oyster 565/04
2020
UK
UK
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Silver Lining
Oyster 575/23
2014
UK
UK
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Seabird
Oyster 675/04
2021
Canada
Canada
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Intrepid
Oyster 725/01
2012
Canada
Canada
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Archaeopteryx
Oyster 66/12
2005
UK
UK
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Archelon
Oyster 1225/01
2017
Malta
Malta
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Infinity
Oyster 565/08
2021
USA
USA
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Rally Route

 

 

"If I don’t do this, I will miss out."

“I met some others who were very much up for doing the Atlantic crossing and we got chatting. They kept saying: ‘Why don’t you do it?’ I started slowly thinking that if they could do it, I could do it. So I made a snap decision. I thought, if I don’t go, I will really miss out."

Sussanne Lock – Oyster 54 Pearl of Persia
Oyster World Rally 2013-14

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