8 guests
$ 1,395,000


Broker's Comments

With the 655, performance was an established criterion from the outset. Designer, Rob Humphreys, created a set of hull lines with a relatively fine entry forward and a clean run aft. Add a low centre of gravity keel, a modern high aspect rudder and powerful sail plan and the result is a fast yacht that is a pleasure to sail.

The twin helm configuration puts the helmsman in exactly the right place and means that the spacious forward cockpit is safe and uncluttered. It is also much easier to get on and off the working deck since there is virtually flat deck access from the stern into the cockpit.

The saloon makes best use of the yacht’s 18’5” beam and, with the U-shaped galley to port, creates a spacious and contemporary open-plan living environment, with plenty of counter surfaces and stowage space. The 655 has a spacious owner’s suite aft, with its own private access to deck, and three guest cabins.

PEMA is one of the finest examples of the hugely successful 655 model. Now in her third ownership, her maintenance schedule has always been meticulous. She has never been chartered since launch, and always been professionally maintained to the highest of standards by crew.

The 655 has an easily driven, powerful hull, and her in-mast, cutter rig set up allows for generous sail area with a safe and manageable sail plan for cruising around the world or short-handed day sailing around your favourite bays.

PEMA features spacious interior volume with accommodation for eight guests in four cabins, with ample storage on deck and below, and well thought out and easily accessible engineering spaces. The light maple timber and teak V-groove sole boards offer the perfect fusion of modern and classic. PEMA was constructed to a high specification, and features all of the creature comforts befitting a yacht of this pedigree.

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YEAR 2009
DESIGN Rob Humphreys/Oyster Design Group
RIG Cutter rig with hydraulic in mast furling
ACCOMODATION Eight berths in four cabins
LYING En route to Antigua
LOA 20.60m (67’7”)
LWL 18.15m (59’6”)
BEAM 5.62m (18’5”)
DRAFT 2.95m (9’8”)
DISPLACEMENT 39,900kg (85,980lb)
AIR DRAFT 27.40m (89’11”)