The Oyster ‘g5’ or fifth generation deck saloon not only increased volume and light below decks, but also gives her a sleek and attractive profile above. Increased beam aft helps creates a larger lazarette locker, and also permits a spacious and comfortable owner’s stateroom aft that would shame a much larger yacht.
Good headroom throughout and a spacious three cabin layout sleeps six in comfort, with an additional two sea berths possible in the saloon. The owner’s stateroom enjoys an en-suite head shower, while the forward double and twin cabins share an additional head/shower, which becomes the day head underway. The 46 was an immediate success, twenty-nine were launched between 2005 and 2012, when she was updated to become the new Oyster 475.
This is a beautiful and virtually unused late Oyster 46, with less than 600 engine hours. The next owner will purchase a wonderful example, almost as new below decks with unmarked maple joinery and traditional teak sole boards. She sleeps six in three comfortable cabins.
Dan joined Oyster’s Newport office in 2011 following a career with a leading international brokerage. Prior to coming ashore he held various positions aboard, starting in 2003 and culminating with his captaincy of S/Y Argo, a 110’ Langan Design Schooner. While at sea, Dan completed crossings of the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans, and accumulated over 50,000 miles of blue-water cruising experience, including extensive landfalls and oversight of several major refits. Dan is married with a young son and resides in Jamestown, Rhode Island.CONTACT ME
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