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YEAR : 2011
DESIGN : Oyster Design Group
RIG : Cutter with in-mast furling
ACCOMMODATION : Ten berths in five cabins, plus pullman
JOINERY : Maple
LYING : Oyster Palma
LOA : 24.99m (81’11”)
LWL : 21.51m (70’6”)
BEAM : 6.32m (20’9”)
DRAFT : 3.29m (10’10”)
DISPLACEMENT : 61,000kg (134,481lb)
NB : All dimensions are approximate
Mathilda Sound is a stunning example of the iconic Oyster 82. Classically presented, she features a flag blue hull with silver detailing, varnished capping rails, the latest coachroof sleek styling and the traditional ‘sugar scoop’ stern. The cutter rig setup, hydraulic furling mainsail and head sails, electric winches, and additional spinnaker package means that Mathilda Sound has unbridled blue water capability and scope to travel the world effortlessly. From the interchangeable cockpit table design, custom sun lounger pushpit seating, and vast sunbathing recess on the foredeck, every consideration has been made to make travelling comfortable and adaptable to the owners changing needs.
Below deck, the extension of this concept can be seen even more. The interior joinery, crafted with warm maple joinery and stunning walnut sole boards, opulent leather upholstery and bespoke finishes, ooze both style and sophistication. The saloon is split in to two entertaining areas, the upper of which features a formal eating area offering panoramic views, whilst the lower saloon can simultaneously offer the a cozy relaxation area to enjoy your latest movie. This design not only maximises the use of the space, but also offers a engine room which is class leading in size and accessibility.
The accommodation layout which consists of ten berths in five cabins, with additional pipecot bunks, a pullman berth and even a baby bunk, makes Mathilda Sound one of the most versatile 82’s on the market. Featuring a galley equipped with
all the extras, a dedicated utility area and easily accessible sail locker, the interior space is designed to be both modern and coordinated, whilst still remaining incredibly functional.
The engineering features include two high powered generators, one of which has PTO functionality, retractable bow thruster, upgraded hydraulics system, a watermaker capable of making up to 276 litres per hour, and a fuel tank designed to provide the range to take you on long distance cruising trips.
Mathilda Sound has been very lightly used since new, is built to MCA category 2 coding with all the safety equipment recently updated to comply with MECAL certification, has recently benefited from a complete new service battery suite and is being cared for by a dedicated professional, who has cared for her for many years.
Currently based in Palma de Mallorca she is a offer not to be missed
The items in italic highlight the non-standard items fitted during the build programme or added by the owner thereafter.
Hull Number : Oyster 82/15.
Hull Construction :
Laid-up GRP, single skin with structural stringers and floors to Lloyd’s approved design specification. Outer hull laminate in Vinylester resin.
HULL FINISH :
Painted Awlgrip ‘Flag Blue’ hull with cove line and double boot top lines in ‘Medium Silver’.
Annual maintenance - antifouling, anodes and general servicing is conducted every year. Hull polished (2019).
DECK CONSTRUCTION :
Moulded in GRP with balsa core.
DECK FINISH :
Teak laid decks and varnished teak capping rail.
High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.
Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.
STERN DESIGN :
‘Sugar scoop’ stern design with bathing platform trimmed with laid teak.
This area includes a fold down stainless steel bathing ladder with oval treads, which is fitted with a positive retaining pin for stowage.
A hot and cold freshwater shower is located in the step locker within the transom.
A gateway through the pushpit gives access to a built-in stairway with three teak covered steps leading down to the bathing platform.
Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean.
CHARTER CODING :
Built to MCA Category 2 with all associated safety equipment fitted.
MECAL certification valid until September 2022.
DECK LAYOUT AND EQUIPMENT
66kg (140lb) CQR anchor stows in the stemhead fitting with 100m of 14mm galvanized chain - chain new (2019).
30kg (66lb) Kedge anchor with 12mm chain and 100m of 14mm rope with hard eye in one end. Fortress Stoway System in lazarette.
Removable anchor locker partition in anchor locker. Anchor locker repainted (2019). Custom retaining anchor pin and stainless steel plate on deck under anchor chain.
Lewmar V8 vertical, capstan type, hydraulic anchor windlass with foot switches at bow.
DECK ACCESS :
Midship gateway stanchions with stainless steel hinged boarding ladders, which close up to form the side-gates.
Gate to pushpit.
Fold-down stainless steel bathing/boarding ladder with oval treads, fitted with a positive retaining pin for stowage.
Hydraulic Besenzoni pi380 retracting stainless steel passerelle, powered by its own powerpack in lazarette.
Oyster custom drop-down acrylic washboard system for main companionway with positive assist.
Aft companionway conventional lift out perspex board with stowage position provided behind seatback starboard side.
Flush Solimar deck hatches forward. Hatches in forward part of vessel hinged at forward end (MCA compliant).
Gebo silver anodised coaming portlights, all portholes MCA compliant with deadlights for each; frames drilled and tapped to suit.
Lewmar opening hullports.
Rondal prisms in aft cabin and heads areas with sliding covers on the underside.
All portholes have deadlights and stowage for these
Fold-down companionway sprayhood in Sunbrella ‘Oyster 5030’ (beige) with leather covered stainless steel grabrail to aft end and Wichard padeyes into aft ends of sprayhood troughs.
Bimini in two sections, one over helmsman and one over main cockpit. Both stowable in recess at companionway, colour ‘Oyster 5030’ (beige).
Cockpit table covers in Sunbrella canvas, colour ‘Oyster 5030’ (beige) with lift up flaps for access to fridges.
Pedestal and steering wheel covers in Sunbrella canvas, colour ‘Oyster 5030’ (beige). RIB cover in Sunbrella acrylic canvas, colour ‘Oyster 5030’ (beige).
Cockpit seat base cushions, helm seats and pushpit seats in 2” Ezy-Dri foam covered in Sunbrella covers, colour grey with dark grey piping.
Sunbathing foredeck cushions in 2” Ezy-Dri foam covered in Sunbrella covers, colour grey with dark grey piping.
Deck saloon roof cushions in in 2” Ezy-Dri foam covered in Sunbrella covers, colour grey with dark grey piping. Complete with velcro straps and saddle clips with built-in bolster at the aft end.
DECK PLUMBING :
A hot and cold freshwater deck shower located in transom locker.
Groco saltwater combined fire/deck wash located under soleboards in forward port cabin/sail locker with outlet in halyard locker.
Freshwater deck wash with second Groco freshwater pump located on the bow.
Second freshwater deck wash located in the cockpit.
Walk-through teak-laid cockpit split into two areas.
The forward guest cockpit at over 3m long, giving excellent access from the companionway to the aft area helm/steering positions and side decks. Featuring a cockpit table with seating all around.
A pair of waterproof loud speakers are mounted on the aft faces of the forward cockpit seats.
A pair of stainless steel mug holders are mounted at the forward end of the cockpit.
The helm position has twin custom GRP steering pedestals with stainless steel grab rails and stainless steel mug holders to each, incorporating all the controls and instruments.
Additional EAO switches are fitted along outboard edges of both pedestals for easier headsail furler control.
Both cockpit sections have sufficient self-drainage.
Stowage lockers below the cockpit and helm seat lids, held secure with locking catches with the lids of which are held upright by gas struts.
COCKPIT TABLE :
The cockpit features two tables, both of which are have varnished teak-tops, mounted on an insulated GRP box with strong stainless steel frame. These feature grab rails and folding leaves with additional lift-up teak leaves on inboard faces to allow all round seating.
One table is fitted out with a 24v, keel-cooled refrigerator unit and evaporator plate. The port cockpit table is mounted on moveable runners to enable it to slide adjacent
to the starboard cockpit table, creating a custom sun lounging area and extended walk through to port. Additional sunbathing infill cushions, including ferrules, stainless steel support legs and cushions extend this area further.
Whitlock Mamba rod and gearbox system, installed with remote pedestals, each of which incorporates a 1.20m diameter destroyer type stainless steel wheel, friction brake, and three bearing pedestal steering unit.
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit. The pulpit incorporating port and starboard navigation lights. The pushpit incorportaing quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel, with a lift up gate at passarelle entrance and at entrance to transom bathing platform. Liferaft storage is incorporated into the pushpit, port and starboard.
Stainless steel stanchions and bases with double stainless steel wire guardrails.
Pair of gateway stanchions, fitted with stainless steel hinging ladders with oval treads, for boarding from dingy or dock. When in the up position, these ladders form the side decks. Stainless steel tread plates form at each side gateway.
Stainless steel stemhead fitting with twin rollers.
Stainless steel fairleads, mooring and cockpit cleats. Stainless steel rubbing band located in several areas to protect the capping rail.
Stainless steel guard for searchlight on mast.
Stainless steel dorade vents and guards, 4 forward and 2 aft.
Stainless steel grabrails on cabin top and forward coachroof.
Stowage on foredeck for RIB, complete with stainless steel teak chocks and padeyes. Deck water and fuel hatches - New (2017).
3 x Rondal prisms in aft cabins and head areas, each with sliding covers.
Stern post for navigation/communications antenna with swiveling floodlight.
Second antenna pole for satellite TV.
Twin fishing rod holders.
Lazarette locker with custom stowage shelf and twin stainless steel gas struts.
Custom inflatable pool in Hypalon (230cm x 180cm x 70cm) complete with stowage bag.
RIG AND SAIL HANDLING
MAST AND RIGGING :
Formula Spars hydraulic alloy in-mast furling mainsail.
Conventional staysail and running back stays.
Gybe preventer lines rigged on boom mounts, attach to an additional sheet that feeds through the spare spinnaker pole downhaul blocks back to the cockpit.
Navtec hydraulic vang and hydraulic backstay tensioners with mechanical lock-off.
5 x Additional blocks are mounted at the mast base to lead halyards to winches.
No-strike ion dissipaters at masthead
Standing rig inspection (2015).
New spinlock jammers (2017).
MAINSAIL FURLING :
In-mast furling mainsail with hydraulic drive.
HEADSAIL FURLING :
Reckmann hydraulic headsail furling RF90-4 with R5 profile extrusion. Serviced (Aug 2017).
Reckmann hydraulic staysail furling RF90-3 with R40 profile extrusion.
2 x Lewmar 88/3 SEST three speed, electric drive, stainless steel self-tailing primary winches.
2 x Lewmar 77/2 SEST two speed electric drive, stainless steel GY, self-tailing secondary winches.
1 x Lewmar 68 SEST electric drive, stainless steel self-tailing mainsheet winch.
1 x Lewmar 77/3 SEST electric drive, stainless steel GY, self-tailing main halyard winch on deck.
1 x Lewmar 68 CEST, chrome GY, electric drive, self-tailing reefing control line winch fitted on deck, port side of the mast.
1 x Lewmar 30 CST, chrome GY, electric drive, self-tailing yankee/staysail halyard winch fitting on mast to starboard.
1 x 40 CST chrome, self-tailing mainsheet traveller control winch.
All winches fully serviced (Aug 2017).
Emergency kill switch located at pedestal.
SPINNAKER GEAR :
Single spinnaker pole stowed vertically on mast. Package includes chainplates, deck fittings, halyard, topping lift, pole lift, sheets, guy, fore guy and all required blocks.
Manufacturer: Dolphin Sails. (Serviced 2018).
DYS Spectra Cruise laminate
Mainsail - Tri-radial
Furling Yankee - Tri-radial including foam luff pad and UV stripes. Furling Staysail - Tri-radial including foam luff pad and UV stripes.
1.5oz cruising chute with sock, squeezer, control lines and stowage bag.
Ten berths in five cabins, excluding the saloon, plus additional pullman berth in aft port cabin, pipecot berths in the aft port and starboard cabins, and a baby berth infill in the owner’s stateroom.
All berths have Dacron lee screens fitted with lanyards to eye mounting points. Double berths have split mattresses allowing for a central lee-cloth.
Interior joinery finished in maple. Companionway revarnished (2017).
Cabin sole in walnut planked boards.
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 and flush Oyster custom knobs for lockers and drawers.
Upholstered and padded panels for headboards and berth sides, where appropriate. Headlining in ‘Grey Mist’ vinyl. Mast cover in padded cover, colour ‘Cream’.
John Lewis Bon Bon ‘Brioche’ carpets with non-slip backing to all three aft cabins and aft passageway.
Upper saloon, navigator seat and lower saloon settee in leather, colour ‘dark brown’ . Upper and lower saloon crew covers in Tweed, colour ‘Avorio’ (beige).
Covers for upper and lower saloon tables in padded headlining, colour ‘Cream’.
Berth mattresses in Kirkby House Planada, colour ‘Cream’.
Head surfaces are Avonite, colour ‘Bone F1-8010’ in satin finish and Formica in colour
‘Buttermilk’. Soles in heads are teak slatted grating with draining trays beneath. Each feature Axor Starck shower heads and controls.
Galley work surfaces are Avonite, colour ‘Dark Roast’ in satin finish.
Jeeves type electric towel rails in all heads (larger towel rail in aft heads).
Lewmar Oceanair blinds to all portholes and skyscreens on all Lewmar hatches, except the sail locker.
Flyscreens to all opening hull and coachroof ports.
Additional soundproofing added to hull, over forward bulkhead and under all soleboards in aft cabin.
9 x berth fans which connect to headlining sockets.
FORWARD SAIL LOCKER :
Accessed via a watertight door from the starboard forward head or via the overhead hatch. Fold-down step assist access from above.
Featuring sail stowage to port with leecloths, cupboards to starboard and access to the bow thruster unit beneath.
PORT FORWARD TWIN CABIN :
Twin berths with ample storage space adjacent to and beneath bunk.
SHARED EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER :
Shared with both forward cabins and accessed via the forward port twin or the utility area. Fitted with washbasin, shower, Sealand Quietflush toilet and ample storage. Electric towel rail.
STARBOARD FORWARD DOUBLE CABIN :
Double berth with hanging locker and ample storage. Berth has been customised to allow for additional storage drawers beneath.
Accessed via to the utility area.
Mirror - New (2017).
UTILITY AREA :
Accessed via the galley or starboard forward double cabin, port forward twin cabin or the shared en suite head/shower.
Miele washing machine and seperate tumble dryer.
Shelf with removeable fiddles over washing machine for stowage.
Accessed via the utility area or the lower saloon. Features a sliding door at the aft end of the galley with a smoked perspex panel to allow privacy when required.
Various customised storage options have been added including a slide out basket locker forward of the cooker, plastic stowage boxes under soleboards, fiddle under cooker, knife block and dedicated spice rack.
A large rubbish bin with Avonite lift-out lid is fitted seemlessly in to the work surface and a fold-down seat is located on the forward bulkhead.
Twin sub-mounted stainless steel sinks.
FILTERED DRINKING TAP:
Dedicated tap for drinking water with Aqua filter charcoal filter.
BOILING WATER TAP:
Quooker hot water boiler tap.
Gimballed Force 10 cooker in stainless steel with 4 burners, grill and oven. Features a electric ignition system for all functions, protected by a flame failure gas cut-off device. Alpes Inox cooker hood with light and extractor fan, blanking panels are available for the galley fan extractor (MCA compliance).
Smeg combination oven.
Front-opening stainless steel refrigerator with twin evaporator plate systems and automatic door light.
Additonal refrigeration unit located in one cockpit table.
Both boxes are independently controlled and can be separately run.
Custom stainless steel freezer box with evaporator plate system, twin compressors, twin plates and Frigoboat 24 volt water pumps.
Miele dishwasher with maple fascia.
Upper saloon features a large square shaped settee to port with expandable ‘birds eye’ maple table to provide comfortable seating for six.
Two sets of steps lead down from here to the lower level, one aft to the central passageway beneath the cockpit, one forward into the lower saloon area.
To starboard at the forward lower level is a lower saloon with small table. The lower saloon table matches the upper saloon in style and has a adjustable pedestal base that can be used for dining or as a footstool and removable padded top.
Inboard is an entertainment area with television mounted into angled panel.
To port opposite the mast is a bar area with lockers hosting custom storage, drinks fridge and icemaker.
Custom Frigoboat stainless steel fridge.
U-line icemaker with 24v DC to 220v AC inverter.
NAVIGATION AREA :
To starboard of the saloon is the navigation station with chart table and custom seat. There is provision for the stowage of half-folded Admiralty charts, navigational books and almanacs, etc. The chart table area is customised around the electronics and navigational equipment, which are flush-mounted. Additional Barometer and external temperature sensor are mounted adjacent to the chart table. An oilskin locker is located aft.
ENGINE ROOM :
Accessed via the aft passageway. Features custom stainless steel stowage for tool boxes, charging shelf for battery-powered hand tools and canvas stowages for tools.
Engine room extraction - New (Mar 2019).
AFT PORT TWIN GUEST CABIN :
Twin cabin, with pullman and ladder inboard and pipecot outboard. Features ample stowage, including a tall hanging locker.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER :
Fitted with washbasin, shower, Sealand Vacuflush toilet and Jeeves electric towel rail. Height extended for additional headroom.
AFT STARBOARD DOUBLE GUEST CABIN :
Double berth with pullman berth onboard.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER :
Fitted with washbasin, shower, Sealand Vacuflush toilet and Jeeves electric towel rail. Height extended for additional headroom.
OWNER'S STATEROOM :
Double berth offset from the centreline, a settee, vanity unit hinged up against the bulkhead, large hanging locker, and abundant drawer and locker space.
Custom features include a removable seat, trotter box at the aft end of seat with cushioned base and removable baby bunk to port with fiddle arrangement.
Additional soundproofing has been added under all soleboards, over forward bulkhead and hull.
A lightweight ladder with varnished treads allows deck access.
4-brick combination keypad safe.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER :
Fitted with washbasin, shower, Sealand Vacuflush toilet and Jeeves electric towel rail. Custom stowage includes a plastic bin fitted on back of door to locker under sink, locker with mirror door and perspex shelf with fiddle, and plastic box with dividers fitted to the bottom of the locker.
Height extended for additional headroom.
Sonos wireless surround sound / Kaleidescape media player / Sky Plus HD. Status omni directional TV antenna at masthead for TV and FM radio.
FORWARD STARBOARD DOUBLE CABIN:
TV mounted on bulkhead and connected to Kaleidescape media player.
DVD tuner unit and headlining speakers, magic eye.
2 speakers and switch in galley connected to lower saloon system.
40” TV on aft bulkhead in upper saloon and 32” TV on angled panel in lower saloon. Satellite decoders and KVH Tracvision system (with dome on aft pole). Kaleidescape server and media player, plus Nintendo Wii games system.
Bose theatre system.
Kaleidescape media player for cockpit system.
5 x interior speakers.
CD/tuner with 4 x Alpine speakers for cockpit with remote control.
AFT PORT TWIN GUEST CABIN:
TV and Kaleidescape media player.
DVD/tuner unit and headlining speakers, plus magic eye system.
AFT STARBOARD DOUBLE GUEST CABIN :
TV, Kaleidescape media player and Sony PS3.
DVD/tuner unit and headlining speakers plus magic eye system.
OWNER'S STATEROOM :
Sony Bravia 32” TV on bulkhead.
Kaleidescape media player and satellite decoder.
DVD/tuner unit and headlining speakers, plus magic eye system.
A single Cummins Turbo-charged QSB5.9-305 MCD diesel engine of 227kW (305Hp)
at 2600rpm is fitted. The gearbox is a Twin Disc MG 5075A, which gives a reduction of 2.88:1 and incorporates a 7-degree down angle.
Upgraded Racor to duplex 75/900 Max fuel filters.
Jabsco electric oil change pump with a manifold and 4 takeoffs, one from each generator, one from the engine and one from the gearbox, with raw water flow alarm on intakes for both. Engine alarm repeater at chart table.
Dry exhaust elbow - New (2017/18), turbo - New (Feb 2018), main engine turbo air filter - New (July 2019), gearbox refurbished (Oct 2019), wet exhaust hoses - New (June 2020)
Major servicing by Oyster Yachts in 2017. Regular general maintenance since.
ENGINE HOURS :
Approximately 3,183 at July 2020.
A 4-bladed 813mm (32”) diameter Brunton Varifold folding propeller is connected to the engine via a 63mm diameter stainless steel propeller shaft, through a stainless steel custom fabricated P-bracket and stern gland fitted with a remote greaser.
Stern gland repacked (June 2017). P bracket cleaned, stripped and serviced (2017), Propellor serviced (2019).
ROPE CUTTER :
Ambassador Marine rope cutter on propellor shaft.
Mastervolt 24v/150 Amp with Alpha Pro regulator.
Spare alternator belts fitted to avoid having to remove PTO in event of belt failure.
2 x Onan 22.5kW MDKBT generators (50Hz, 220v) with control panel at the AC panel. Second generator has higher capacity than standard specification.
Generator start/stop at port pedestal for one generator with a warning light.
Switch mounted on underside of pedestal to prevent accidental starting.
Amp meter and voltmeter for generator output monitoring.
Lovejoy coupling - New (2017).
GENERATOR HOURS :
Starboard Generator: Approximately 5,418 at July 2020.
Port Generator: Approximately 4,609 at July 2020.
BOW THRUSTER :
A 300 Lewmar vertical retract (28Hp), retractable, hydraulic bowthruster, driven off the generator PTO shaft.
STEERING SYSTEM :
Whitlock Mamba rod and gearbox system. Steering inspected and serviced (2017).
Lewmar 400 Commander system to operate mainsail furling, headsail, staysail and windlass. Upgraded with extra functions for in-mast furling rig.
When combined with Lewmar generator PTO shaft it enables the windlass and thruster to be run at the same time, albeit each with reduced power. All sail functions can run off the PTO in an emergency.
Powerpack oil and filter changed (2016). Mast hydraulics - New pump and hoses (2019).
AIR CONDITIONING/HEATING :
Cruisair Stowaway 80,000 BTU reverse cycle heating and air conditioning system with remote air handlers.
Compressors fitted in the engine room and air handlers under berths:
Aft cabin: 1 x 16,000 BTU unit.
Aft port cabin: 1 x 10,000 BTU unit.
Aft starboard cabin: 1 x 10,000 BTU unit.
Upper, lower saloon and galley: 2 x 16000 BTU units. Forward starboard cabin and port cabin: 1 x 12000 BTU unit.
Extra 8,000 BTU (60Hz) Cruisair Stowaway unit behind lower saloon seatback with inlet/outlet grilles. Lower saloon air conditioning unit is additional to standard spec.
Air conditioning feed pump - New (2017).
U-Line icemaker under worktop in lower saloon with dedicated 24v DC to 220v AC inverter.
Seafresh H2016 watermaker (276 ltrs/hr).
A remote control panel is fitted with remote pressure gauge, pressure valve and product flow meter, so unit can be started and controlled from one location. This unit is able to discharge into port, starboard or both tanks at once.
TANKAGE AND PLUMBING :
3,200 litres approximately (704 imp gallons/845 US gallons) in two GRP tanks.
2,100 litres approximately (484 gallons/581 US gallons) in two GRP tanks.
TANK TENDER GAUGES :
Tank Tender contents gauge (using a dual read-out gauge with the fuel tanks) located at the electrical panel.
HOT WATER :
From two insulated 93 litres approximately (20 imp gallons/24 US gallons) tanks heated by the engine’s heat exchanger, or by thermostatically-controlled 220v, 2kw immersion heater elements powered by the generator or dockside power. Each tank is fitted with a thermostatic safety blender valve.
PRESSURISED HOT AND COLD FRESHWATER SYSTEM :
Freshwater system upgraded to include a second twin coil calorifier serving aft end of boat only. (Single pump and no changeover valves, etc.). All hot water pipes are lagged. Second Groco freshwater pump with pressure relief valve, allows emergency feed to entire pump as run from either pump.
Calpeda AC powered high capacity freshwater pump and outlet in halyard locker for rapid filling of inflatable pool on foredeck. Pump valved so it can draw from either tank. Switch just inside sail locker hatch and AC socket in fo’c’sle plus DC socket in halyard locker. Freshwater pump - New (Aug 2018). Freshwater accumulator tank - New (2018).
HOLDING TANKS :
Polyethylene (HDPE) toilet holding tanks are installed for all four of the WCs.
Each tank is configured for gravity discharge with additional ability to pump out from on deck. The tanks are fitted with electric tank capacity gauges.
GREY WATER :
Grey water tank and pump fitted outside of aft cabin with soundproofing. Port aft grey water pump - New (2016). Cleaned and disinfected (2017).
MANIFOLD SYSTEM :
Three manifold systems, one forward and two aft.
Seacocks - 2 x New (2019).
SHIP'S SUPPLY :
RING MAIN :
220v AC ring main with 10 double, 13 Amp, 3-pin Clipsal outlet sockets located as appropriate within the layout. Units are from the Vimar “Idea” Range with black chrome “Classica” surrounds.
OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS :
10 x double sockets throughout with combined single UK socket and single Australian socket in a double Vimar bezel as standard.
12 x additional sockets throughout with combined single UK socket and single Australian socket in a double Vimar bezel.
3 x double watertight socket on the forward bulkhead in the lazarette, aft bulkhead in the engine room on the port side and aft bulkhead in the fo’c’sle on starboard side behind the door.
1 x single watertight socket in the fo’c’sle.
Shaver socket in each heads.
Dri-plug in anchor locker for anchor light.
1 x 24v waterproof socket at the pedestal.
High amperage 12v socket in halyard bin for inflating pool on foredeck.
Headlining sockets for fans.
2 x 12v cigarette lighter sockets at the chart table and one in the aft cabin.
24 x 2v Enersys Powersafe service batteries for domestic supply - New (Feb 2019). Power from a separate 88 Amp hour 12v generator starting battery.
All batteries are positively secured against inversion in the case of a knockdown.
All battery stowage areas are vented to the exterior of the vessel.
Buffer bank of 12v gel batteries to run electronics and computers, charged with 24v DC to 12v DC converters off the main 24v bank. Fitted with separate monitoring and dropper failure lights.
2 x 120amp hr Mastervolt gel batteries navigation batteries - New (April 2017).
BATTERY MANAGEMENT :
2 x 100 Amp Mastervolt chargers with one having variable intake control on panel. Additional 24v, 100 Amp Mastervolt charger, Provides 300 Amps of charging off generator only.
Mastervolt Alpha Pro regulator.
Masterview Easy Control Panel acting as a voltmeter and ammeter to accurately monitor the ship’s batteries.
Emergency link system between the domestic 24v battery bank and the 24v engine start battery.
Mastervolt MASS 24/5000 sine wave inverter - New (May 2018).
Additional inverter for icemaker only.
2 x 32 Amp dockside power cables, each 3-core double-insulated PVC, 23m (70’) in length. Hubbell sockets are located in the transom. The dockside end of the cables
are fitted with a 3-pin, 32 Amp plug. Shorepower plugs and sockets - New (Dec 2017).
INTERIOR LIGHTING :
Downlight type lights in polished chrome finish with downlighters over reading areas. Dimmers on upper and lower saloon overhead lights, aft port and starboard guest cabins and forward starboard guest cabin.
Overhead lighting circuit in the aft cabin is triple switched so it can be switched on adjacent to by the main entrance door.
Rope lighting under berths in all three aft cabins.
Rope lights and downlights in each head and galley work surfaces.
Red LED overhead lights at galley and chart table with small switches in the overhead next to each light.
Two swivelling spotlights in headlining aft of main bulkhead in lower saloon.
5 x red LED low-level lights in saloon, passage and galley area.
13 x red LED courtesy lights in step risers.
Reading light for each berth.
Automatic door lights to refrigerator, in saloon drinks locker and in each hanging locker. 6 x dome 24v engine room lights.
2 x 220v engine room lights.
2 x strip lights in the engine (MCA compliant).
Torches in each hanging locker for emergency lighting (MCA compliance).
EXTERIOR LIGHTING :
Halogen boom light over cockpit table.
LED low level courtesy lights to cockpit.
LED lights bulwark lights.
Pair of lower spreader lights and uplighters on all three spreaders switched at pedestal. Aqua Signal 55 bow and stern navigation lights.
Aqua Signal 55 steaming light.
Aqua Signal Kiel deck floodlight.
LED tri-white light at masthead.
2 x waterproof lazarette lights.
Signalling lamp for morse signaling (MCA compliance).
Jabsco remote control searchlight on lower port spreader, with remote control panel on port pedestal and radio remote back-up fob.
NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION
Flush-mounted SIRS Major 150mm diameter compass at each pedestal with internal light.
SAILING INSTRUMENTS :
Raymarine ST60+ navigation electronics system with wind, speed and direction displays over the companionway, plus a single graphic at the port pedestal and at the chart table. 3 x additional ST60s + :
1 x 360º wind display on port pedestal.
1 x graphic display on starboard pedestal.
1 x ST60+ 360º wind display at the starboard pedestal.
Raymarine E120 widescreen repeater at starboard pedestal.
Raymarine SPX 30 SOL course computer with ST 6002 control head at the port pedestal, utilising the Phoenix hydraulics Triton 1100 power pack and motor.
Vion digital barometer and external temperature sensor at chart table.
Raymarine Raystar 125 GPS antenna wired into E120 system for GPS display.
Furuno GP32 GPS receiver, stand-alone unit (emergency back-up) with antenna on pole.
RADAR/CHART PLOTTER :
Raymarine E120 widescreen radar/chart plotter with Seatalk NG cabling and repeater at starboard pedestal. HD Digital fish finder module. Chartplotter refurbished (2016). EchoMax 230 radar reflector on mast. Tracker behind headlining.
Raymarine AIS transceiver complete with antenna splitter.
Raymarine HD radome antenna fitted on the pushpit.
HD digital fishfinder module and transducer.
Raymarine ST6002 autopilot control head at the chart table.
Windex at masthead.
Furuno 300 Navtex at chart table with antenna on pole.
Raymarine 240E at chart table.
Cockpit second station handset and speaker.
Icom VHF for RIB.
3 x Handhelds at chart table.
SSB RADIO :
Dynaplates and copper strap earthing system for retrofit of SSB.
BGAN satellite phone with antenna on stern pole.
Vasari 12v computer at chart table with 17” PC screen in chart table panel. Printer in slide-out drawer at chart table.
Internal and external WiFi.
Network sockets at chart table, in each aft cabin and the forward starboard cabin.
2 x Viking UKSL 6-man self-righting rafts with Solas B grab bags, straps and hydrostatic release. Serviced June 2020.
McMurdo 406 Mhz EPIRB in float-free casing mounted on antenna pole.
RADAR REFLECTOR :
Echomax 230 on mast.
BILGE PUMPS :
Henderson MkV manual bilge pump (rated at 135 lpm) operated from the cockpit. Emergency engine-driven Jabsco bilge pump with electro mechanical clutch, rated to pump approximately 190 litres/min.
Bilge alarm system to all bilge areas with alarm on DC panel and warning lights.
DECK SAFETY :
2 x white Ocean Safety horseshoe buoy with light and bracket.
1 x Danbuoy - serviced July 2020.
16 x Lifejackets (110%) - serviced July 2020.
1 x Man overboard rescue sling.
Emergency tiller with recessed fitting.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS :
Various, including 1 x auto and manual operation engine room fire extinguisher with remote indicator light (MCA requirement).
Dualwatch gas detector in galley.
Smoke detectors fitted in the engine room and galley areas.
Bilge alarm system to all bilge areas with alarm on DC panel with warning lights.
Bilge pump run warning light next to instruments over companionway.
Additional high capacity submersible bilge pump with high-level alarm - pump automatically activated on alarm.
Engine and generator set alarms at pedestal and chart table.
Raw water flow alarm on intakes for both generator sets and the main engine. Buzzers at the pedestal and chart table.
Engine alarm repeater (buzzer only) at the chart table for overhead and low oil pressure with red LED indicator light.
OTHER SAFETY FEATURES :
Watertight bulkhead (MCA compliance).
Raymarine CT100 camera in engine room.
Raymarine Lifetag system with on/off switch at the chart table, two base stations, buzzer and six tags.
Emergency kill switch at port pedestal for all cockpit winches.
All portholes have deadlights and stowage for these.
Ferrules and blanking plates for engine air outlets.
Remote control shut-offs for air in and out ducting and battery vents (MCA compliance). Escape hatches located in various areas throughout in the event of a emergency.
Novurania - 3.2m with Yamaha 60hp 4 stroke outboard - New (2016). Tender battery - New (Oct 2017).
WARPS AND FENDERS : Various
CROCKERY : Oyster customised Wedgwood bone china crockery.
CUTLERY : Oyster customised Robert Welch stainless steel cutlery.
SAFE : 4- Brick combination keypad safe located in the owner’s stateroom.
ASSORTED TOOLS, SPARES
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 ‘Mathilda Sound’ to be retained by the Vendor.
Issue 1 (OY/OA/av)
In this case we are acting as Brokers only. 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 any contract. A prospective Buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate, at their own expense, to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted, which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part. Life-saving appliances do not form part of the inventory and it is for the buyer to ensure they are in date and suitable for their purposes.