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|HULL NUMBER||62 / 12|
|LOA||19.28m / 63'4"|
|LWL||16.75m / 54'11"|
|BEAM||5.39m / 17'8"|
|DRAFT||2.00m / 6'7"|
|DISPLACEMENT||33,500kg / 73,854lb|
|RIG||Cutter with fully battened mainsail & smart boom|
|CABINS||Six berths in three cabins|
|LYING||New Orleans, Louisiana, USA|
One for the performance-minded cruiser. ‘Voices In The Sky’ represents the perfect fusion of cruising comfort and performance edge.
Spec’d with a shoal draft keel, carbon rig, full batten main and park avenue boom, this yacht can hold its own on any racecourse while also exploring the world’s most shallow and secluded anchorages.
The interior is laid out in a comfortable three-cabin arrangement, each with en suite heads, a sociable U-shaped galley in the saloon and generous owner’s suite aft. The warm teak and blue hull give the boat a classic appeal that is hard to beat.
The 62 is noted for having one of the safest and most family-friendly cockpits in a yacht of this size. Rob Humphreys designed the 62 to be manageable without a crew, while also being capable of achieving 200-mile days in cruising trim for fast and comfortable passage making. The Oyster 62 has boasted easy class wins in the ARC and has also performed impressively at Antigua Sailing Week, where a 62 won all ﬁve races in cruising class 1.
Oyster 62’s have circumnavigated the globe many times, often without professional crew, and on one occasion with a very young family. America’s Cup and Fastnet winner, Gary Jobson, chose a 62 for his voyage to the Arctic, reaching 80 degrees north.
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