Specifications

Name: Ichi Feet
Builder: Oyster Yachts
Length: 57' 5" (17m)
Beam: 16' 3" (4.95m)
Year Built / Refit: 2004
Engines: 0 x Perkins M115T
Staterooms: 1
Flag: N/A
 
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Description

56/36 Ichi Feet is one of the finest examples of a G4 Oyster 56 to come to the market.  Under the same ownership since new, you will not find a more sorted and cared for 56 anywhere.  When conceived, the 56 set the standard in blue water cruising offering unbeatable comfort, safety and practicality.  The engineer owner has maintained an exacting log of all maintenance and up keep allowing the next owners to benefit from their experience.  There is even a photo library of maintenance procedures for the boat.  She is in turn key condition and ready for new adventures.

Cutter rigged with hydraulic in-mast furling and headsail furling, Ichi Feet can easily be handled by two from the safety of the cockpit.  Her sea keeping hull allows for effortless miles of cruising and she is just at home crossing oceans or hopping from Cala to Cala. 


Specification

OWNER’S COMMENTS

Ichi Feet has been our home afloat for nearly 14 years, during that time she has looked after us from Norway 
to the Caribbean, from Washington DC to the Med, in hot weather and snow, in calms and gales.  
In return we have looked after her with a program of annual maintenance and continuous upgrade as and when necessary. The time has come for us to move on to different travel, we shall be sad to see her go, but the time 
for us is right.  For whoever next calls her home, she will similarly look after you. You can see more of Ichi Feet’s travels at .

What Makes Ichi Feet Unique?

Original specifying owners who oversaw the build with marine surveyor in 2003-4.
Engineer owner who has done much of the maintenance and up-grades when possible and practical.
Full service/history of the boat including costs and fluid uses per annum.
Detail history of boat upgrades through its life.
Owner developed photo library of maintenance procedures and kit to simplify jobs.
Third seawater manifold added enabling toilets to be switched over from freshwater to seawater flush (very useful with guests on board).
Fore and aft watertight bulkheads.
Extra manifold also allowed change of anchor/deck wash from fresh to seawater.
Companionway, sole boards and steps re-varnished 6 coats varnish.
Galley fiddles re-varnished 2017.
Spot paint as necessary Engine and bilges.
Domestic water system pumps replaced with latest from Jabsco 2015.
Winter cover.
Compass housing repainted.
Protective covers for cockpit VHF & speaker.
Gas struts to aft deck lockers.
Custom built stainless steel bowsprit.
Several cupboards have Lexan polycarbonate shelves added doubling storage while letting light through to below.
Improved sealing gasket to fridges and freezer.
Custom built high efficiency removable/washable extractor fan for galley.
Recent full service to bowthruster and propeller.
Service of hydraulics – in mast motor removed and serviced / new pipes in mast. / backstay serviced.
New track ends to foresail and staysail tracks.

Significant upgrades: -

Calorifier changed to dual coil tank, more efficient.
Soundproofing around hydraulic valves.
Cockpit engine instrument housing – mesh fitted to breather holes to prevent dust/insect ingress.
RIB – rebalanced rib by constructing battery shelf in RIB anchor locker.  Nav light to top of engine.
Boat bonding upgraded to marine grade tinned copper.
Aft air-con extended to include rear heads.
Oceanair blinds in Saloon measured and fitted by Oceanair.
Saloon window stays chromed.
Galley sliding doors behind sink sealed underneath to prevent water staining
Toilet seats replaced (with original specification from manufacturer).

2015-17

Sails replaced by UK Sales Tape Drive.  (Main, Yankee, Staysail.)
Pump switches in both heads replaced.
All new illuminated Carlin switches to binnacle.
New bow thruster controller.
Engine room soundproofing up-graded to latest style.
Generator soundproofing replaced.  Housing repainted.
Avonite work surfaces repolished.
New tap to galley.
New immersion heater.
New Bimini improved design.  Original always pooled water and rattled in strong wind.
Zip in mesh bimini sides and rear sunscreen, which reduce heat and improve privacy.
New spray hood improved design, with highest grade of plastic ‘glass’, with mesh removable sunscreens to add privacy and reduce heat.
New foam in cockpit seat cushions
Latest automatic grey water tanks.
Forward and aft navigation lights replaced.
LED lights to both heads.
Protective/identified bags in Sunbrella for bimini etc.
Extra deck covers to reduce heat below for over saloon and aft deck.


The items in italic highlight the non-standard items fitted during the build programme or added 
by the owner thereafter.

HULL NUMBER                    

Oyster 56/36.

 

HULL CONSTRUCTION         

Laid-up GRP, single skin with structural stringers and floors to Lloyd’s approved design specification. The gelcoat and three outer laminates incorporate a special Isophthalic resin and powder-bound matts.

 

HULL FINISH                      

‘White’ hull with cove line and double boot top lines in standard ‘Oyster Blue’.

 

DECK CONSTRUCTION         

Moulded in GRP with balsa core.

 

DECK FINISH                      

Teak laid decks and teak capping rail.

 

KEEL                                   

High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.

 

RUDDER                             

Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.

 

STERN DESIGN                   

‘Sugar scoop’ stern design with bathing platform trimmed with teak slats and stainless steel steps for access to the stern deck.

Teak treads fitted to boarding ladder rungs and two transom steps. Both steps have teak cut out to form a handhold.

Transom ladder extends 600mm below surface for MCA coding.

 

EURCD                                

Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean.


CHARTER CODING               

Built to MCA Category 2 with all associated safety equipment fitted.


ANCHOR                             

Spade S140 main anchor with 100m of 12mm chain. Chain new as of 2012.

Ultra Swivel between chain and anchor fitted 2016.

Coloured markers fitted to anchor chain.

30kg Bruce anchor with 20m of 12mm chain and 100m of 25mm Octoplait nylon warp/tow rope.

20kg Fortress FX55 Kedge anchor with stowage bag, stored in lazarette.

Removable partition within the anchor locker to separate chain and Bruce.


WINDLASS                         

Lewmar Ocean 3 Vertical Capstan, 24V electric anchor windlass with local foot control and secondary controls at pedestal.


DECK ACCESS                     

Midship gateway stanchions.

Gate to pushpit.                                         

Stainless steel bathing ladder with teak treads. Details in stern design.

Multiplex 3.5m carbon passerelle with carbon stanchions, spreader bar, soft bag and female spigot in top transom step. Separate Female spigot for mounting passerelle on the stem head. Passerelle halyard with clutch on mast and guy line system with jammers for tension.


HATCHES                            

Oyster custom vertical drop-down washboard system with shock cord for main companionway.

Lewmar alloy-framed deck hatches.

Gebo alloy-framed coaming portlights.

Opening long Gebo port in cockpit from galley.

Opening long Gebo port from starboard cabin to cockpit.

Gebo opening hullports.

Fly screens throughout.


CANVASWORK                    

All canvaswork in Sunbrella ‘Marine Blue’ acrylic.

New as of 2015. improved design: Fold down companionway sprayhood with leather covered stainless steel grabrail to aft end. Central front opening window,with clear window to top for sail observation, with removable cover, and removable mesh covers to forward windows.

New improved design as of 2016: Bimini including fixtures and stowage bags. Clear window in bimini under boom light with roll back Velcroed cover, incorporating zip-in mesh to 3 sides. Design prevents rainwater pooling and increases stability.

Padded canvas cockpit table cover complete with Velcro and opening flap to access coolbox lid.

Steering wheel and pedestal cover.

Cockpit cushions in closed-cell foam with Sunbrella Plus ‘Marine Blue’ acrylic covers and ‘White’ piping. New closed-cell foam as of 2014.

Saloon table cover with soft felt padding in vinyl. New 2011.

Removable mast cover in saloon in same material with Velcro fastening. New 2011.

 

DECK PLUMBING                 

Hot and cold freshwater deck shower in starboard transom shower box.

Hozelock cold water tap with on/off quarter-turn valve in shower box.

ITT Jabsco saltwater anchor/deck wash with Hozelock fitting inside anchor locker.

Length of hose and spray gun in anchor locker.

                                          

COCKPIT                            

Teak-laid cockpit. Pair of loudspeakers mounted within the coamings either side of the pedestal. Stainless steel drinks holder on pedestal.


COCKPIT TABLE                  

Solid natural oiled teak cockpit table with stainless steel frame, folding leaves and refrigerated GRP box. Frigomatic refrigeration with keel-cooler.


STEERING                           

‘Athena’ pedestal.                                         

1200mm diameter stainless steel Whitlock Maxi wheel and friction brake.

Steering wheel with leather cover.


OUTBOARD BRACKET           

Outboard bracket at pushpit for up to maximum 15Hp engine.


DAVITS                              

Cooney/Simpson S225 Series 7 tall electric davits, with wondering lead plug-in controller.


GENERAL                            

Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit. Pulpit rail to open Scandinavian style with removable seat. Welded eyes at opening on rails.

Stainless steel fairleads fitted into the bulwarks.

Stainless steel mooring and cockpit cleats.

2 x extra aft deck mooring cleats and aft cap rail fairleads for stern-to Mediterranean mooring.

Passerelle socket fitted to top rung of steps down to bathing platform. Stainless steel protection to dorade vents.

Recessed locker for anchor chain stowage within the foredeck, fitted with hinged lid and flush-fitting locking device.

Lazarette locker with twin stainless steel gas struts and locking type handle. Gas struts to deck lockers.

Lazarette bulkhead water resistant.

Liferaft storage built into pushpit.

Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.

Antenna pole at stern to mount navigation/communications antennae and deck light.

Gas locker for two bottles.


MAST and RIGGING             

Cutter rig.

Hood Stoway in-mast hydraulic furling.

Track to mast for tri-sail.

Navtec hydraulic backstay adjuster.

Separate backstay adjuster with two turnbuckles and length of rod that may be used in case of hydraulic failure.

Backstay upgraded to rod rigging.

U-bolt on end of boom as lifting eye.

Twin No-Strike ion dissipaters to masthead for lightning protection. Stainless steel tang to keel bolt with heavy-duty cable to mast base and cap shroud chainplates for dissipater grounding.

Pair of folding mast steps at masthead.

Status omni directional aerial at masthead for TV.

Extra conduit to masthead for TV antenna and cellphone aerials.

Rig check 2015 new V3/D4 and shroud bottle screws.

Rig Check 2017.


HEADSAIL FURLING            

Reckmann hydraulic furling headstay.

Reckmann hydraulic staysail furling.


WINCHES                           

2 x Lewmar electric 66 CEST two speed, self-tailing primary winches.

2 x Lewmar 54 CST self-tailing secondary winches.

1 x Lewmar electric 48 CEST self-tailing mainsheet winch.

2 x Lewmar 48 CST two speed, self-tailing main and genoa halyard winches fitted on mast.

2 x Lewmar 16 CST single speed, self-tailing mainsheet traveller control line winches.

3 x Winch handle pockets - 2 in cockpit and 1 on mast.


SPINNAKER GEAR               

Single spinnaker pole stowed vertically on mast. Package includes halyard sheets, guys and blocks, topping lift and downhaul with deck fittings to match.

 

SAILS                                 

By UK Sailmakers, Tape drive system. S2ML Premium Dyneema with Taffeta / Carbon tape.   New as of 2015.

In mast furling mainsail, staysail and yankee.

By Dolphin Sails

Storm staysail in high visibility orange.

Tri-radial Asymmetric cruising chute in 1.5oz nylon with rocked radial cut. Squeezer for asymmetric cruising spinnaker.


GENERAL                            

Six berths in three cabins.

Additional single fold-up seventh sea berth in workshop.

Sea berths have fitted Dacron lee cloths with lanyards to through-bolted eyes.

‘Millennium style’ interior joinery finished in quarter sawn American White Oak.

Designed to be modern and coordinated, whilst remaining practical and durable at sea.

Essential features include sculpted fiddles and grabrails, ‘shadow-gap’ joints between panels, solid ‘framed’ doors with an inlaid border and Oyster custom knobs for lockers and drawers.

All drawers use metal runners to give smooth operation.

‘Chequerboard’ style teak cabin sole with a perimeter line inlay.

Galley work surfaces in Brazilian Blue - K3-8100’ Avonite with upstands.

Heads countertops in ‘Snowstorm – K1-6300’ Avonite, finished in a teak and white velour’ laminate material with lockers for wash bag, cleaning materials and linen stowage.

White moulded GRP lower tray and plinth units.

Hansgrohe quality mixer taps and showers. Heated towel rails, toothbrush holders, soap dish, toilet roll holder, and wall mounted stainless steel toilet brush in each head.

Headlining in off-white vinyl.

Infantan Blue 6408’ Alcantara saloon seating in ‘Millennium style’ stitched upholsteryForward and aft double cabins seating, headboards and berth surrounds in ‘Porcelain Blue 4175’ Alcantara.

Modern Oceanair blinds to saloon, Curtains system to other windows in all cabins. Oceanair skyscreens to all deck hatches.

Flyscreens to all opening hull and coachroof ports.

5 x Hella fans.

Doors to fore and aft cabins watertight with triple locking handles to each.

 

FORWARD DOUBLE CABIN                 

Spacious double cabin in the bows with centreline double berth and Yachtiflex sprung battens.

Upholstered seat, vanity table, hanging locker and plentiful clothes lockers.

Deck access via fore hatch.

 

PORT FORWARD TWIN CABIN                 

Situated aft of the fore cabin, to port with upper and lower berths.

Vanity unit and lockers for clothes.

Hanging locker.

 

SHARED HEAD/SHOWER     

Both forward cabins share a large head compartment to starboard, accessed from the passageway.

Tapmate white enamel washbasin set into a flat solid Avonite surface.

Par Quiet Flush freshwater toilet.

Separate shower stall. Automatic grey water discharge.

Heated towel rail.

LED lights new 2017.


SALOON                             

Access to the saloon from the companionway is down a set of shaped teak and stainless steel steps. Two teak grab handles are fitted either side of the companionway opening.

The saloon is extremely light and airy with seven windows, of which two of the three forward ones open. There are also two opening hull portholes. This contributes to the great feeling of space and light in the saloon.

Featuring an oval table and settee area to port, outboard of which is a pair of lockers and a central book shelf to the hullport.

The saloon tabletop is burr oak with a black inlay perimeter band and grab hand slots. It is designed to form, in its closed position, an occasional table, which is mounted on a very substantial pedestal incorporating a wine stowage locker with racks fore and aft both sides in its base. It opens to form an oval dining table.

There are two folding chairs stowed under forward cabin bed which provide extra, in-harbour seating at the table, or even on deck, when docked. To starboard is another settee.

Saloon lockers are customised for TV and home entertainment system.

Cupboard to accommodate glasses and fitted with a light and additional Lexan shelf.

Oak panel hullport liners with horizontal tongue and groove effect.

New 2012 Oceanair blinds in off-white to seven windows retaining light airy feel whilst keeping the saloon cooler in hot weather.


WASHER/DRYER              

Bosch washer/dryer fitted at the forward starboard side of the saloon.

 

NAVIGATION AREA              

To starboard and aft of the saloon, the chart table is customised around the flush- mounted electronics and navigational equipment.

A gravity stay is fitted on the chart table lid and there is provision for the stowage of Admiralty size, half-folded charts.

Stowage for navigational books and almanacs.

AC and DC electrical panels are located above the navigator's seat.


GALLEY                               

The galley is located to port of the cockpit, in the companionway to the aft cabin. Panels here give access to the engine compartment.

A large rubbish bin is fitted inside locker door adjacent to twin stainless steel sinks.

Stowage for crockery.

Wet locker with hooks and hanging rail.


SINKS                            

Twin stainless steel sinks.


WATER TAP                     

Hot & cold monoblock mixer tap at galley sink.

Seagull IV water purifier with separate tap at galley sink.

 

COOKER/HOB                  

Gimballed Force 10 FT60451 cooker in stainless steel with 4 burners, grill and oven, all protected by a flame failure gas cut-off device.

The cooker incorporates an electronic ignition system for all functions.

Removable clamp-on pan holders

A harbour lock and cooker crash bar are fitted and the cooker is housed in a moulded GRP surround with radiused corners.

Custom removable extractor fan fitting to Gebo window above cooker.

 

MICROWAVE                    

Panasonic NNV673S microwave and grill with sliding door latch.

 

REFRIGERATOR/ FREEZER               

A front-opening, keel-cooled Frigoboat F50 refrigerator system with digital temperature gauges and automatic door light. Fitted out with shelves.

Frigoboat W50F freezer system for chest coolbox with twin compressors run off single water-cooling pump. Digital temperature read out at galley. Fitted with a basket.

 

ENGINE ROOM                    

The engine room has 24V lighting and a 24V continuously rated extractor fan. It is insulated with foam and lead insulation, upgraded 2015 and clad with perforated sheeting. Accessed via two large doors and removable soundproofed panels.

Engine space able to be closed down in event of fire (MCA compliant).

Soundproofing to generator renewed 2016 and soundproofing cabinet repainted as necessary.

                                          

WORKSHOP/AFT STARBOARD CABIN                

Aft of the saloon on the starboard side is the workshop with upper single berth, Formica worktop inboard with rubber mat cover and access to stowage under. Hard wood vice edge.

Shallow chart drawer, drawers and cupboards beneath. Locker with shelf.

Watermaker and manifold fuel filter system on aft bulkhead behind fully joinered door.


OWNER’S STATEROOM        

Configured with a double berth offset from centreline and fitted with a proprietary battening system beneath the foam mattress.

There is a curved settee, dressing table and large hanging locker, in addition to abundant drawer and locker space.

Mirrored locker doors on forward bulkhead.

Bookcase outboard to starboard of berth.

4-Brick safe with key lock in hanging locker. Vinyl panel to cover.

Access to en suite heads compartment to starboard. Galley access to port.

 

EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER                   

Tapmate white enamel washbasin set into a flat solid Avonite surface.

Par Quiet Flush freshwater toilet. Heated towel rail.

Separate shower stall. New 2016 Automatic grey water discharge.

New 2017 LED Lights.


AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS     

                                          

SALOON                               

20” Sharp Aquos LC-20E1E LCD TV mounted in saloon TV locker.

Pioneer DSC303 digital home cinema system – multi-region, 5x1 surround.

NTSC DVD player.

Speakers flush with ceiling panel, center speaker above TV, sub below settee.

Infra red remote link to entertainment system.

 

COCKPIT SYSTEM                  

DC stereo system.

Clarion Car Radio/CD player in saloon connected to 2 x saloon speakers mounted flush with ceiling panel and 2 x cockpit speakers.


ENGINE                              

Perkins/Sabre M115T engine, complete with water seperator, 115Hp at 2,400rpm with 24V starter motor.

Racor F75/500FGA dual filters with changeover valve on engine feed with vacuum gauge. Cockpit instrumentation includes rev counter with engine hours display, volt meter, oil pressure, temperature, 2 ammeter charging warning lights, and Racor warning alarm.


ENGINE HOURS                   

Approximately 3,297 at October 2017.

 

PROPELLER                         

3-bladed 600mm (24”) diameter feathering Max-Prop connected to the engine via a 38mm (1.5”) diameter propeller shaft.

 

ROPE CUTTER                      

Ambassador AM15 rope cutter on shaft.

 

ALTERNATORS                    

High output 175A/24V alternator in addition to engine alternator.

 

GENERATOR                        

Westerbeke BTD 7.5 generator, complete with water separator, ammeter and voltmeter, supplying 7.5kVA at 220V AC/50Hz.


GENERATOR HOURS            

Approximately 1,988 at October 2017.

 

BOWTHRUSTER                   

Sleipner SP155TC 11Hp tunnel bowthruster (including GRP ‘eyebrow’) with control panel on steering pedestal - control panel renewed 2017. (Full out of hull service 2015).

 

STEERING SYSTEM              

Whitlock cable system.

 

HYDRAULICS                      

Lewmar 200-3 Commander system located in saloon to operate mainsail, headsail furling and staysail furling.

 

AIR CONDITIONING            

220V (50/60Hz) Cruisair air conditioning system, comprising of:

1 x 16,000 BTU unit in aft cabin.

1 x 16,000 BTU unit in saloon.

1 x 16,000 BTU unit forward.

Giving a total of 48,000 BTUs at 60Hz or 39,840 BTUs at 50Hz.


WATERMAKER                     

220V Seafresh 208A watermaker - 126 litres per hour.

High-pressure pump and pre-filters in engine room. Control panel, product water flow gauge and membrane bundle all in the workshop.


FUEL                                   

1,050 litres approximately (230 Imp gallons/277 US gallons) in one GRP tank.

 

WATER                               

950 litres approximately (208 Imp gallons/250 US gallons) in one GRP tank.


Sealed access panels to both tanks under sole boards.


TANK TENDER GAUGES        

Tank Tender system for fuel and water tanks, in addition to dipsticks. Calibration chart supplied.

 

HOT WATER                        

From one insulated dual coil calorifier approximately 76 litres (16 Imp gallons/20 US gallons) tank, heated by the engine’s heat exchanger, or by thermostatically controlled 220V, 2kW immersion heater element powered by generator or dockside power. (Tank flushed, immersion heater, thermostat and safety cut out new 2017).


PRESSURISED HOT FRESHWATER SYSTEM          

Based on 2 x Twin Par Max 4, 26psi automatic pumps with pressure accumulator tank.(Upgraded to latest Par Max 4 with integral pressure switch) and Acorn polypropylene   pipework and fittings.


HOLDING TANKS                

Two gravity discharge polypropylene tanks with through deck pump-out access to each heads. Tanks fitted with Wema gauges and removable panels for access/cleaning.

 

GREY WATER                       

Showers and washbasins discharge into two auto empty sump tanks, one forward and one aft. These tanks are evacuated by a dedicated electric Whale ‘Gulper’ pump directly overboard. Manual control switch in heads is also operational.

The galley sink also empties via an electric Whale ‘Gulper’ pump. Manual.

These three pumps are each operated by rubber toggle switches.


MANIFOLD SYSTEM            

Stainless steel manifold for seawater inlets to reduce through-hull fittings.

Extra 3rd manifold fitted to allow sea water/freshwater operation of toilets and sea water deck/anchor wash.


SHIP’S SUPPLY                  

24V.

 

RINGMAIN                          

220V AC ring main with 8 double 13A 3-pin UK standard Clipsal socket outlets located as appropriate throughout Ichi Feet, provides power in every cabin.


OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS              

Pedestal switches upgraded to Carlin rocker switches with backlight. Replaced New 2016.

1 x 12V cigar type socket at chart table.

24V waterproof socket to starboard of companionway to accommodate Aquasignal 50w searchlight.


BATTERIES                          

Domestic: Heavy-duty ‘deep cycle’ 8 x 6V 20-hour rated Zenith AGM gel batteries giving 460Ah at 24V. New as of 2017

Engine start: Two separate 90Ah 12V sealed batteries giving a total of 180Ah. New as of 2016.

Generator: 12V sealed battery. New as of 2016.

All batteries are positively secured against inversion in case of a knockdown.

 

BATTERY MANAGEMENT                              

Mastervolt 220V MASS 24V/100A battery charger, including temperature sensor.

Mastervolt BTM1 battery monitor.

Service bank/engine 24V starting batteries ‘Emergency’ link.


INVERTER                           

Mastervolt 24V/1500W sine wave inverter, to run TV, DVD, Stereo system and computer. With dedicated power bank.

Mastervolt 24V/2500W sine wave inverter, to run microwave and ring main sockets.


SHOREPOWER                    

30A dockside power cable.

Hubbell socket in the stern.

Second 220V/30A shore power cable and socket to allow air conditioning loads to be separate.


INTERIOR LIGHTING           

Zenon overhead lights. Both heads have LEDs.

Cabin ‘Glassline Minor’ reading lights in chrome with ceramic shade.

Perko exterior dome lights in engine room.

Flexible chart table light.

Swivel halogen lights over mirrors in forward and aft cabins.

Red overhead lights at galley, chart table and in both heads, each independently switched.

Automatic LED refrigerator door light.

Automatic light to glasses locker.

Red ‘courtesy’ footlights at deck saloon steps.

Dimmer to overhead lighting in saloon.

 

EXTERIOR LIGHTING           

Boom light with Carlin switch at pedestal. ‘Courtesy’ light function to operate aft deck and boom light operated via alarm fob.

LED downlights on lower spreaders with switch at pedestal. Replaced 2017.

Aqua Signal 41 bow and stern navigation lights. Replaced new 2017.

Steaming light.

Tri-colour navigation/Anchor light at masthead.

Foredeck floodlight.

Floodlight fitted to antenna pole to illuminate transome, switched at pedestal.

 

COMPASSES                       

Flush-mounted SIRS Major 150mm diameter compass with internal lighting.

Hand compass (MCA compliant).

 

SAILING INSTRUMENTS                            

Raymarine ST60 instruments:


CONSOLE                        

Raymarine ST60 speed display.

Raymarine ST60 depth display.

Raymarine ST60 analogue wind direction/speed display.

Raymarine ST60 closed haul wind display.


PEDESTAL                       

Raymarine RL70C colour LCD radar repeater in Navpod.

Interphase Twinscope forward facing depth sounder with isolation switch at panel.

Raymarine ST60 multi-function display.

Bowthruster control. Updated 2017.

Windlass secondary control.

Autopilot.

 

CHART TABLE                  

ST60 multi-function display.

Raymarine RL80C colour LCD radar. with 4kW Radome on mast including GPS interface.

 

GPS                                    

Raymarine Raynav 300 GPS.

Spare Raymarine Raynav 300 GPS antenna, deck mounted with coax to navigation station for back up connection to GPS.


RADAR/CHART PLOTTER     

Raymarine RL80 CRC Plus colour LCD radar/plotter in Navpod under spray hood, all integrated using Seatalk.

 

AUTOPILOT                         

Raymarine autopilot with ST7001 control head mounted on pedestal.

Autopilot course computer upgraded to 400G.

 

AIS                                    

Vesper Marine XB-8000 Stand Alone AIS. (Operated on an iPad – iPad not included).


WINDEX                             

Windex at masthead.

 

NAVTEX                              

ICS Navtex 6 Plus including GPS interface and ANT6 aerial.


VHF RADIO                         

Raymarine Ray 230E VHF radio with horn/hailer function and International & USA channels at charttable.

Second Raymarine Ray 230E VHF radio at pedestal. Speaker & handset fitted with protective cover.

 

SSB RADIO                         

Icom SSB.

Wide copper strip from chart table to lazarette and twin large ground plates as SSB earth.

Insulated backstay as aerial for SSB.


SATELLITE PHONE               

Skanti/Sailor Iridium phone with antenna pole and linked to digital yacht computer.

Thrane and Thrane satellite communication C system.


PC                                      

15” flat screen and digital PC at navigation station. Wireless keyboard and mouse.

PC linked to communication and navigation equipment. With among others, Maxsea navigation software.

USB port, Ethernet and C-Map reader at the chart table. 4 port serial hub.

Canon iP100 printer in locker outboard of chart table seat.


LIFERAFT                            

Lifeguard 8-man liferaft in canister with hydrostatic release and padlockable security bracket (MCA compliant). Next service due 2018.

 

RADAR REFLECTOR              

Firdell blipper (orange) on mast.

Sea-Me radar transponder at masthead. Control box flush-mounted at chart table.

 

BILGE PUMPS                     

Jabsco Maxi 3000 Puppy electric bilge pump with Par hydro air switch and independent high level alarm, rated at 2,640 litres per hour at 3m head.

Henderson MkV dual operation manual bilge pump, rated at 135 litres per minute (8,100 per hour) and operated from within the cockpit.

Engine driven bilge pump, 11,700 litres per hour with manual clutch, operated from a switch behind seat in saloon.

Total system capacity of 22,400 litres per hour.

 

DECK SAFETY                      

1 x EPIRB ACR Globalfix 406MHx

2 x lifebuoys with name of vessel painted on. 2 x lifebuoy lights and drogues.

1 x Danbuoy.

1 x buoyant throwing line.

7 x lifejackets.

Parachute flares, red handheld flares and smoke signals. White flares.

Thermal gloves, stowed in grab bag.

Portable GPS.

General alarm and manual bell.

Life saving signal tables.

Webbing jackstays (‘Gold’ coloured) with shackles to forward and tensioning lanyard to aft cleats.

Emergency tiller. Tested 2017.

 

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS          

4 Fire extinguishers replaced with new 2017.

Automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay. Fire blanket in galley.

 

ALARMS                             

Seafender burglar alarm system with cockpit zone sensor, main saloon sensor, aft and forward cabin sensors. High volume alarm concealed, but accessible for isolation, if required. Strobe light fitted under Radar dome, audible alarm wired to mast horn.

Bilge alarm.


OTHER SAFETY FEATURES                     

Watertight bulkheads and doors for and aft.

Portable torches in each cabin (MCA compliant).


RIB/DINGHY                      

Avon 3.4m Rover RIB. With extra grab handles.

20hp Honda outboard motor, electric tilt and start.


WARPS AND FENDERS        

Various mooring warps, 70 metre floating line, many mixed size fenders.

 

CROCKERY                          

Oyster customised Wedgwood bone china crockery.


CUTLERY                             

Oyster customised Sheffield stainless steel cutlery.


SAFE                                  

4-Brick safe with key lock in aft cabin hanging locker. (Hidden).

 

HEYCO MARINE TOOL KIT   

Large Heyco marine tool kit in sealed box stowed in engine room.

 

ASSORTED TOOLS/SPARES             

For tools & spares see inventory.

 

MANUALS                           

All Oyster provided manuals. Stability test report. Maintenance records from new

Many owner developed illustrated procedures and information.

 


NB: All personal belongings and all other items not expressly listed in the above inventory are excluded from the sale.


Viewing through Oyster Brokerage.

Inventory not yet verified by the owner.

NB: Name ‘Ichi Feet’ to be retained by the Vendor. By negotiation.


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In this transaction we are acting as Brokers only. We are informed that this sale is not related to the Owner’s business, trade or profession. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up.