A 75 foot sailboat, the design of the Oyster 745 is very much influenced by the preferences of our owners. The perfect offshore sailboat, she can be sailed and maintained by a small crew. This option offers the best of both worlds: you can either take the helm yourself or relax while the skipper takes control.
The design options below decks make it easy to create a sense of privacy for you, your friends and family. There are four en-suite guest cabins, with a dedicated crew cabin and galley located at the bow away from guest quarters. As you would expect, the accommodation is luxurious and extremely comfortable, whether you’re cruising for the weekend or taking off around the world.
The optional extended transom offers extra space for a full-width lazarette to store your bluewater cruising and watersports gear. Exceptionally large tankage and generous storage make it possible to take her on extended voyages without the need to resupply. Wherever this Oyster 745, long-range cruising yacht takes you, adventure comes as standard.
Saloon Looking Forward - Vertical Crown Cut Maple Joinery, Walnut Sole, Burr Inlay to Saloon Table
Saloon Looking Aft and Navigation Desk - Crown Cut Maple Joinery, Walnut Sole
Galley - Crown Cut Maple, Painted Upper Storage Units
Twin Aft Port Guest Cabin - Crown Cut Maple Joinery, Fabric Bulkhead
Master Cabin - Crown Cut Maple Joinery, Fabric Bulkhead
Master Cabin En-Suite Heads - Crown Cut Maple
Master Cabin with Triple Seascape Windows
Master cabin with en-suite, two twin-cabins with en-suite aft. Forward there is a double guest cabin accessed from the galley, and double bunk crew cabin.
Master suite and two twin-cabins with en-suite aft for guest accommodation remains the same. Forward layout is changed with a full width galley and two double bunk crew rooms.
The contemporary plumb bow means that Oyster’s designers can utilise all the interior space for comfort, and the waterline length for speed.
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