Oyster 575

Price AU $2,500,000

Price
AU $2,500,000
Details
'Margot' is an extremely beautiful Oyster 575 built in 2013. She has an incredible level of finish and updates making her ideal for your next adventure around the world. With the exceeding specification and recent refit she is ready for her new owner. With only two owners she was always well maintained and lightly used over the last years. She is an amazing all-rounder, with comfortable layout and open spaces. Below the deck you will find 4 cabins with well equipped galley and generous saloon. Perfect set up for family and friends joining you for the next trip. She is very easy to handle and fun to sail by two. Hydraulic in-mast furling mainsail and headsail are easily controlled from the cockpit, all you have to do is sit back and enjoy the ride!
Region
New South Wales
Usage
Family, Leisure, Cruising
Reference
Margot
Year
2013
Designer
Rob Humphreys
Builder
Oyster Design Group
Length
59' 0" - 17.99m
Beam
5 m
Draft
2.70 m
Displacement
28,000 kg
Keel / Ballast
High performance bulb (HPB) external lead shoal keel.
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP
Deck Material
GRP
Engine
Volvo Penta D3-150 5-cylinder common rail injection turbo-diesel engine, rated 110kW (150hp) at 3,000rpm.
Engine Make
Volvo Penta
Horsepower
150 HP
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Hours
Approx.. 3,173 (November 2023)
Propulsion
4-bladed 610mm (24") diameter folding Brunton Varifold propeller
Thrusters
Sleipner SE170 (10.7hp) 250mm tunnel bow thruster with twin counter-rotating propellers.
Genset
Onan 11kW (220V/50Hz) diesel generator, needed for air conditioning loads. Hours: approx. 4,659 (November 2023)
Fuel
1,300 L in two GRP tanks
Water
950 L
Galley
Located to port of the cockpit, the passageway leading to the aft cabin features removable panels that provide access to the engine compartment. An opening portlight above the sinks allows fresh air and natural daylight into the space from the cockpit.
A large locker, integrated into the aft end of the engine room space opposite the refrigerator, is equipped with shelves and baskets for organized galley equipment stowage. There are plentiful storage lockers and drawers throughout, ideal for crockery, cutlery, and glasses.
A sliding rubbish bin system is installed in a locker just forward of the twin sinks for convenient waste disposal. Additionally, a small stowage shelf with a stainless-steel retaining bar is located outboard of the cooker, positioned below the hull port for easy access and use.
Stove: Gimballed Force 10 SS cooker with five burners, grill and oven
Microwave/Grill: Panasonic 900W
Refrigerator: Frigomatic 24V
Freezer: Frigomatic 24V
Dishwasher: Fisher and Paykel
Washer/Dayer: Bosh
Water filter: Jabsco charcoal water filter
Ice maker: U-Line SS95 220V
WaterMaker
Seafresh 208A (220V)
Accommodation
Eight berths across four cabins, excluding the saloon, offer comfortable accommodations. All mattresses have been upgraded to memory foam and are covered in Planada 'Cream' fabric, complete with mattress protectors. Sea berths, including the forward double berth, are equipped with fitted Dacron lee screens secured with lanyards to through-bolted eyes.
The interior joinery is elegantly finished in American White Oak, designed to be modern, coordinated, and durable at sea. Essential features include sculpted fiddles and grab rails, 'shadow-gap' joints between panels, and solid 'framed' style doors with teak-laid veneers. All drawers feature metal runners for smooth operation, and locker doors are veneered on both sides, flush fitting, and fitted with adjustable concealed hinges, complemented by custom catches. Solid oak and stainless-steel grab handles add to the practical and stylish interior.
The cabin sole is finished in teak and holly stripes. In the galley, horizontal work surfaces are finished in 'Brazilian Blue' high gloss Avonite with upstand surrounds and stainless-steel sink inserts.
Each head is well-appointed with a molded washbasin set into a flat solid 'Nordic' high gloss Avonite surface, along with Dometic 8600 electric freshwater flush toilets. Quality Hansgrohe chrome mixer taps and shower controls, together with matching towel rail, toothbrush tumbler, soap dispenser, and toilet roll holder, enhance the functionality and comfort of each head compartment. Toilet seats were replaced in 2022.
The headlining is finished in off-white vinyl, with a removable foam-backed mast cover in headlining vinyl featuring Velcro for easy installation. Upholstery for the saloon settees and navigator's seat is in 'Porcelain Blue' Alcantara with kick panels in JAB 'Panama' fabric. Saloon seat backs are upgraded to memory foam, and headboards and berth surrounds feature 'Cashew' fabric. Two scatter cushions add a cozy touch.
Oceanair blinds are installed throughout, including Skysol blinds inside the deck saloon windows, along with Oceanair skyscreens on all deck hatches and flyscreens on all opening hull and coachroof ports. Caframo fans provide additional ventilation as needed.

Main Saloon: Access to the saloon from the companionway is down a set of shaped timber and stainless-steel steps, with two stainless steel grab handles fitted on either side for safe descent. The saloon is characterized by its exceptional brightness and openness, with seven windows, including two of the three forward windows that can be opened for ventilation.
The saloon features a rectangular table and a large settee area to port, with lockers and a central shelf positioned outboard along the hull. The table is designed to serve as an occasional table when closed, mounted on a sturdy pedestal that includes a bottle locker in its base. The tabletop is an oak veneered panel with solid timber edging. When extended for dining, a hinging central infill piece (stored in the pedestal top when not in use) transforms the table into a spacious dining area. Two director's chairs with canvas covers are provided for additional seating at the table or on deck, with designated stowage for convenience.
To starboard, there is a three-seater L-shaped settee, with a locker and central shelf positioned forward along the hull area. One locker has been customized to house a lift-up flat-screen TV, while a bookcase adds to the functional layout of the space. The forward bulkhead is painted to enhance the interior ambiance.

FWD Double Cabin: The spacious double cabin located in the bow features a centerline double berth with two drawers beneath for convenient storage. To port, there is a large, shelved clothes locker, and to starboard, a hanging locker equipped with a vanity mirror on the door. Ample stowage space is available for personal belongings.
The bulkhead is painted in white to brighten the cabin interior. Access to the deck is provided via a fore hatch, allowing for easy entry and exit.
FWD Twin Cabin: Twin cabin aft of the fore cabin to port, with upper and lower berths. Hull-side lockers for clothes, a bedside cabinet with a shelved locker, and large hanging locker with two drawers beneath. Mirror fitted to hanging locker door. Small lockers beneath the lower berth, accessed either via removable lids in the bunk top or a drop-front locker door in the berth front.
FWD Head: The large head compartment to starboard serves both forward cabins and can be accessed from the passageway, also serving as a day head. It features a toilet, washbasin, and shower stall separated by a hinged door for privacy and convenience. An upper locker with a mirrored door provides storage space above the washbasin, with additional stowage beneath the washbasin for wash bags, cleaning materials, and linen. An electric heated towel rail adds comfort and practicality. The floor is treated with non-skid material for safety, ensuring a secure footing even when wet.
Cabins
STBD Aft Twin Cabin: Located aft of the saloon to starboard, this cabin is configured as a twin cabin with upper and lower berths. There is a small locker beneath the lower berth and hull-side lockers above the top berth for convenient storage.

Owner's Cabin: This cabin is configured with a double berth offset from the centerline, featuring twin drawers beneath for convenient storage. The aft bulkhead is painted white, creating a bright and open atmosphere. Abundant drawer and locker space is provided throughout the cabin, including a large cedar-lined hanging locker and sliding door stowage to port, along with a desk and seat to starboard.
Entertainment
Fusion Marine System, Gallo 5 micro SE satellite laudspeaker with Marantz N6006 audio player, Samsung TV on electric list, Apple TV,
Air Conditioning
Total of 48,000 BTU: 2 x 12,000 BTU saloon; 12,000 BTU aft cabin; 12,000 BTU fwd cabin
Dinghy
3.8 m Brig tender with 30hp Honda 4 stroke.
Covers
Bimini, table cover, steering wheel covers.
Ground Tackle
34kg CQR anchor with 100m of 12mm calibrated galvanised chain. Spade anchor with 10m of chain and 100m of Octoplait wrap.
Lewmar V4 vertical capstan type (24V) electric anchor windlass, two-way and operated by adjacent foot switch controls. Upgraded to hydraulic. Remote windlass control switch at pedestal (overhauled 2023).
Safety Gear
Ocean ISO 8person SOLAS B life raft, EPIRB, Henderson MkV manual bilge mump & Jabsco electric bilge pump, lifebuoy, fire blanket, fire extinguishers.
Electrics
Electrical system: 24V. 230V AC ring main with double Australian type outlet sockets, located as appropriate within the layout. Waterproof 12V (35A) socket and plug in lazarette for dinghy pump. 12V cigar lighter type socket at chart table. 24V waterproof electrical connection (10A maximum) on starboard pedestal. Shaver sockets in both head compartments.
Inverter: Mastervolt 24V/2500W (220V) MASS sine wave inverter.
Batteries: Domestic: Upgrade to Lithium batteries. Engine start: Separate 95Ah (12V) battery devoted to engine starting (new 2023), charged via the 150A engine alternator. Generator start: 12V Varta battery (new 2022). Bow thruster: Bank of AGM (24V) dedicated thruster batteries charged via the Mastervolt domestic alternator and trickle charger outlets on the Mastervolt ChargeMaster.
Electronics
Situated at the aft starboard end of the saloon, the chart table is customised around the navigational and electronic equipment, which is strategically sited and flushmounted in a timber fascia panel. The chart table can accommodate half-folded size Admiralty charts and has a stainless-steel stay fitted to the lid. There are two drawers beneath the chart table. Stowage provided for navigation books and almanacs. AC and DC electrical panels located behind the navigator's seat and fitted with hinged acrylic doors to protect switches from being accidentally operated. Flush-mounted SIRS Major 150mm diameter steering compass with internal lighting and stainless-steel crash bar to each pedestal top.
SAILING INSTRUMENTS By Raymarine - i70 system with repeaters integrated with the chart plotter and GPS. COMPANIONWAY CONSOLE: 1 x i70 speed display, 1 x i70 depth display, 1 x i70 analogue wind display. PORT PEDESTAL 1 x i70 multifunction display. STARBOARD PEDESTAL 1 x i70 multifunction display. CHART TABLE 1 x i70 multifunction display. RADAR/GPS AND CHART PLOTER Raymarine Axiom 12 chart plotter at pedestal and chart table (new 2022). This unit also repeats sailing instrument information. Antenna mounted on pushpit. 4kW Radome digital radar. Echomax Active-XS dual-band radar target enhancer. Yellow Brick tracking system. A I S Raymarine AIS650 transceiver with dedicated GPS and VHF. AUTOPILOT Raymarine automatic pilot with twin Type 2 long (24V) linear drive units, Type SPX30 course computer, and i70 control head fitted at port pedestal. This unit is installed quite independently of the steering system and affords a backup to the main steering system. Raymarine SmartController - wireless remote automatic pilot control. WINDEX Windex at masthead. NAV TEX Furuno NX300 NAVTEX receiver, linked to NMEA GPS. VHF RADIO Raymarine RAY240E Class D-DSC VHF radio-telephone with hailer/fog horn function. Second RAY240 VHF handset and speaker in cockpit. SSB RADIO Icom I-CM801 SSB radio with ATU and DSC (UK approved). SATELLITE PHONE BGAN satellite communication system with sockets at chart table and in aft cabin. Cordless telephone connected to satellite system. VSAT satellite communication system.
Sail Inventory
By Dolphin Sails:
Mainsail - Pentex Cruise laminate to tri-radial design with five battens, shelf foot and three rows of reefs. Mainsail cover, over boom in 'Silver' acrylic.
Furling #1 genoa - Pentex Cruise laminate to tri-radial design, approximately 137% with foam luff pad and white acrylic UV stripes.
Furling #1 staysail - Pentex Cruise laminate to tri-radial design, with white acrylic UV stripes.
Cruising chute with Karver furler and carbon prodder.
Mainsail, staysail and genoa professionally washed and Sailkote applied (2023).
Mast / Rigging
Cutter rig with all associated hardware and fittings, featuring a Formula Stoway 3-spreader mast painted in 'White' with hydraulic in-mast furling. The boom is also Formula 'White' painted and equipped with a hydraulic reversing outhaul cylinder. Preventer lines with tails and fittings are stowed at the forward end of the boom, ready to attach to a dedicated foreguy. A Navtec two-function remote control panel in the cockpit allows for manual operation of the hydraulic backstay and vang system. The hydraulic boom vang was reconditioned in 2022. Conduit is installed for masthead instrument wiring, along with extra conduit for a TV antenna and cellphone aerial. A jumper strut, Formula spreaders, and fittings for discontinuous wire rigging are included. For communication and safety, there's a Status omni-directional aerial mounted at the masthead for TV and FM reception, as well as an ion lightning dissipater. The cap shroud chainplates and mast step are bonded to the keel bolt using a stainless-steel tang and heavy-duty cable.
Deck Gear
The weather deck, cockpit seats, and sole areas feature quarter-sawn teak planking laid with epoxy adhesive, ensuring a seamless and fastener-free appearance. Locker hinges are recessed into the teak planking where needed. A bulwark is integrated into the deck edge, allowing for relatively flat side decks and providing a secure footing when manoeuvring the yacht in rough seas. The top of this bulwark is finished with clean GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic), creating a modern and stylish 'rolled' edge that enhances the yacht's visual appeal with a graceful sheer line.
Winches: By Lewmar - chrome, self-tailing.
2 x 68 CEST two speed, electric primary winches.
2 x 54 CST two speed, manual secondary winches.
1 x 46 CST manual reefing line winch for mainsail reefing and clew outhaul, on the mast, beneath the gooseneck.
1 x 54 CEST two speed, electric mainsheet winch, fitted aft of the port helm seat.
2 x 50 CST two speed mainsail and genoa halyard winches fitted on mast.
1 x 30 CST single speed mainsheet traveller control line winch, fitted aft of the starboard helm seat.
3 x winch handle pockets - two in cockpit and one on mast.
All Lewmar winches serviced (2023).

Seller Details

Vicsail Pty Ltd


D'Albora Marina New Beach Road Rushcutters Bay NSW

D'Albora Marina New Beach Road Rushcutters Bay NSW

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