Oyster 45-21 is one of the latter 45’s built in the heritage range. Designed by Holman and Pye, she features the iconic spacious centre cockpit, optimised construction for stiff and responsive sailing performance, and a voluminous interior that makes her a delight to liveaboard.
Still in her original ownership with a proven track record of exploring, Taboo of St Helier is a great yacht for anyone looking for a versatile capable yacht, which is easy to run short-handed. Carefully spec’d from the offset and developed over time by a keen yachtsman, she has a host of unique alterations, including a carbon spinnaker pole, outboard crane, davits, secondary winches that feed effortlessly to the custom traveller setup, removable storm jib, colour chart plotter, custom tankage setup and a canvas wardrobe unlike any other.
Below deck she has three beautifully appointed cabins with optimised storage, a spacious saloon built for entertaining, a functional walk-in workshop and two well equipped heads. The joinery which is finished in teak, with teak and holly soles, is beautifully complimented by the Dick Young Design (DYD) features of the new millennium and neutral palette tones.
Located in the heart of the Mediterranean in Palma de Mallorca, she is based in a fantastic cruising ground. Viewing highly recommended.
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