The award winning Oyster 625 broke new ground when Oyster launched the first hull in 2010, as she was the first Oyster design to offer the triple seascape windows to the saloon, a feature that has proved so popular that it characterised all our later designs. The standard layout sleeps up to eight in four cabins, three of which have en-suite head/showers, the forepeak can be configured as a crew cabin or cavernous lazarette. We launched twenty-one 625s between 2010 and 2019.
Boarding Pass IV is a late model 625, hull number 17, commissioned for experienced Oyster owners, and specified as for long range bluewater cruising. Conceived to offer luxurious sailing for either family and friends or charter guests, Boarding Pass IV is a versatile and capable yacht, now ready for new adventures.
On deck her sail handling systems were designed for simplicity with hydraulic in-mast furling to her mainsail and hydraulic furling to both the genoa and staysail. This means that the sail plan can be adjusted at the touch of a button from the helm position, making shorthanded sailing a joy. The twin wheel working cockpit is aft of the large guest cockpit separating the sailing and relaxing areas.
Light oak joinery below decks gives an airy and modern feel, where Boarding Pass IV sleeps eight in four cabins. Well-equipped and beautifully maintained, she represents a rare opportunity to purchase a late 625, early viewing is recommended.
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