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1988 Oyster 48' Lightwave Sail Boat ID

Rare beauty for Oyster lovers

Price $165,000.00 USD ( )
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BASCOBoating Sentosa Cove, Singapore SG
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Details
  • System Units Imperial - US
  • Vessel Class Sail Boat
  • Vessel Name Celere
  • Make or Brand Oyster
  • Model Lightwave
  • Length 48
  • Beam 14.33
  • Draft 5.6
  • Year of Manufacture 1998
  • New or Pre Owned Pre Owned Item
  • Fuel Type Diesel
  • Location Nongsa Point Marina, Batam

  • Item # 205682
  • Qty Available 1
Description

The yacht is a custom-built Lightwave 48 by Oyster Marine of lpswich, United
Kingdom. It was originally constructed in 1988 but was returned to the yard prior
to being shipped to the Far East, in 2007, at which time new standing rigging,
sails, plumbing and electrics, were installed, engine overhauled and various other
maintenance and repair works, carried out. A new generator was installed about
two years ago and two air-conditioners have also been installed since the yacht
arrived in Singapore.

Accommodation consists of a forward double cabin with en-suite, a large saloon,
dining area, galley and navigation station, midships, with seating convertible to
further bunks if required, and two bunks in a passageway on the port side, leading to
the owner's suite which is located aft.

The conning position is above the machinery space, aft of the mast, and both foresail and main sail are self-furling.

Teak Deck 2018

New Sails 2016

In mast furling main sail

Furling head sail

Storm jib

Main engine 50HP Perkins

Genset 4kw

2 Aircons

Water maker 12v

Spinnaker & A-sail

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