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USHUAIA  

Bluewater Passage Maker

  • Boat Name: USHUAIA
  • Year: 1999
  • Current Price: US$ 225,000
  • Located in Brunswick, GA
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Single diesel
  • YW# 44986-3590029
  • Sale Pending



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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:


Boat Name
USHUAIA

Specs
Designer: Rob Humphreys - Holman & Pye - Oyster Design
Keel: Bulb
Hull Shape: Monohull

Dimensions
LOA: 48 ft 6 in
Beam: 14 ft 0 in
LWL: 39 ft 1 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Displacement: 41000 lbs
Ballast: 13000 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 4 in
Dry Weight: 41000 lbs

Engines
Total Power: 88 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1999
Engine Model: 4JH2-DTBE
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Center
Engine Hours: 3500
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 88 HP


Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Fiberglass (145 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Fiberglass (198 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2

Electronics
Depthsounder
Log-speedometer
Wind speed and direction
Repeater(s)
Navigation center
Plotter
Autopilot
Compass
GPS
VHF
Radar
Radar Detector
Computer
TV set
Radio
CD player
Cockpit speakers

Sails
Fully battened mainsail
Furling mainsail
Furling genoa
Storm jib
Gennaker/Cruising spinnaker
Trisail

Rigging
Steering wheel
Electric winch
Spinnaker pole

Inside Equipment
Bow thruster
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Battery charger
Air conditioning
Heating
Hot water
Fresh water maker
Oven
Microwave oven
Electric head
Refrigerator
Deep freezer

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet
Generator
Inverter
Electrical Circuit: 24V

Outside Equipment/Extras
Teak sidedecks
Cockpit cushions
Cockpit table
Swimming ladder
Cockpit shower
Outboard engine brackets
Davits
Tender
Electric windlass

Covers
Bimini Top
Spray hood


Accommodations

The Oyster 485 features six berths in three cabins. The lighty and airy interior is constructed of Cherry Wood and Alcantara upholstery. 

Forward Cabin - V-berth with an infill piece and cushion, a vanity table, overhead lockers and a hanging locker

Crews Quarters/Cabin - to port - features upper and lower bunks, a vanity unit and hanging locker. 

Head - features Jabsco toilets with vanity sink, shower. Flat panel Almondine surfaces and Avonite seat covers to toilets. 

Saloon - large oval table and curved settee with a trotter box and lee cloth. Loose fit seat covers for saloon seating in Lanverra Dimout. Bookshelves are fitted in the starboard hull port recesses. Outboard, to port and starboard in the saloon are a pair of lockers and a shelf central to the hullport. The bar unit is located at the starboard forward end of the saloon. This offers accommodation of glass and bottle storage and has an automatic door light. The aft starboard locker is fitted out for cooking equipment, with the door opening on the galley side. 

Navigation Station - to port. Computer at chart table with docking station. Large Raymarine E120 chartplotter/repeater. Autopilot remote, wireless.

Galley - Force 10 FT 645PR four burner stove with grill and over. The counter tops are in blue mist Avonite. Double stainless steel sinks. Seagull water purification system and faucet. 24v Grunert DC75 stainless steel front opening fridge/freezer. Handy teak knife holder integrated the kitchen counter top. Microwave oven. 

Aft Cabin - A sizeable centerline double berth, island queen bed with curved settee, dressing table and large hanging locker. There is ample drawer and locker space. 

Ensuite heads - Jabsco Head, vanity with sink, and separate stand in shower stall. Surfaces are Almondine with Avonite toilet seat lids. 


Electrical

24 volt electrical ships supply

110 Mains AC with 3 double outlets

50amp shorepower connection in stern

Batteries dedicated to engine start (180amp hours @12v)

Batteries dedicated to house system (460amp hours @24v)

Batteries dedicated to generator start (88amp hours @12v)

Masterlink 20 battery control monitor 

Mastervolt 110v MASS 24/100a charger with temp sensor

Mastervolt 110v MASS inverter 24/1500w

Electric solenoid gas valve in galley


Electronics

Raymarine:

  • E80 Series Plotter at Helm
  • E120 Series Plotter at Nav Station

Sirius Weather System

Raystar 120 GPS

ST 60 & ST 80 Mulit Display Instruments in cockpit and nav station

Radome - 48nm range

AIS Transceiver

Autopilot Control Unit (ST6000 )

Furuno Navtex Receiver NX300

Icom M710RT with remote mic in cockpit

Iridium SatNav Antena

Wave Wifi Booster

ICOM M710RT SSB 


Sails and Rigging

Some of the rigging was replaced between 2007 - 2008. Items such as Shrouds and Backstay. Hydraulic Backstay Adjuster replaced in 2013.

The Genoa is a Doyle D4 Aramid high performance offshore cruising sail that was purchased in 2007. This type of sail is designed to maintain great shape right up until the end of its life.

The Main Sail, while not original has done a lot of nautical miles. It's still capable but needs servicing. The primary power/pull for this boat, from discussing it with sailmakers, is the genoa. 

Storm Jib and Trysail very lightly used and stored on board

Spinnaker - Parasailor  - purchased in 2007 only used during sea trials. The Sail is stored in Newport. All of the blocks and lines have also never been used other than the for the sea trial and are stored at home. The spinnaker pole which was purchased in 2007 isn’t used for the Parasailor, it was added to pole out the Genoa.

Working Jib - Purchased in 2007 from Doyle and like new. This sail is hanked-on to the removable inner forestay. It’s a high aspect sail and was designed to be used offshore during sustained periods of high winds, of 30-35kts or more, but not at the point of needing the Storm Jib. Essentially to provide better shape in strong winds then a heavily furled Genoa and also to prolong the life of the Genoa.


Machinery

Yanmar 4JH2-DTBE 88hp 4cylinder diesel with 3500 hours (Sept 2019)

Aquadrive 20200 coupling 

SPW 3 bladed 22'' feathering Variprop

Ambassador AM15 rope cutter on shaft

Alternators

  • 12v primary with engine
  • 24v Prestolite 175amp 

Vetus 8kw tunnel bow thruster

Onan 6kw, 110v generator with 969 hours 

Marineair reverse cycle A/C and Heat units, 12,000 BTU and 16,000  BTU

Grunert DC75 Stainless Fridge Freezer with front access

Auto engine room fire extinguishing system, with auto engine shutdown, visible and audio alarms and override on engine start


Tankage

Tankage is ample on the Oyster 485. 

Fuel: 198 Gallons in a GRP tank

Water: 145 Gallons in a GRP tank

Hot Water: 12 Gallons in Grade 1 Copper tank

Includes tank tender monitor for fuel and water tanks

Stainless Steel gravity discharge holding tanks


Deck Gear

Whitall Davits - Stainless Steel (440lb)

Stainless Steel Bruce Anchor with 230' chain

Fortress anchor with nylon and chain rode

Lewmar Ocean 2 windlass

Lewmar winches - #40 self tailing for main halyard, #40 self tailing for genoa halyard. Two - #58 electric primaries. 

Lewmar large opening portlight from galley into cockpit with curtain

Lewmar hatches. Gebo Hull ports and Metal fly screens.

Rigid Aluminium fly screens for forward opening windows. 

Quarter pushpit seats on stern

Reinforced large teak outboard bracket on aft section of pushpit

Gates in lifelines

Transom ladder with teak treads

Teak toe rail

Fresh water deck shower mounted in transom

Bimini acrylic cover in Azure blue. Storage cover in Azure blue also.

Sprayhood/dodger with grab handle on aft face of dodger rail

Metal fly screens for all ports

Whitlock instrument cluster on pedestal to house auto-pilot, bow thruster, and master view display. Radar repeater mounted on pod over pedestal. 

Foredeck stowage locker with hatch

Oiled teak cockpit table

Outboard motor hoist on aft deck

Freshwater deck wash in anchor locker


General Equipment

Dinghy - AB Inflatable with fiberglass bottom, 11' 

Johnson 9.9 hp outboard

Cockpit table

Cockpit cushions

Fenders and lines

Oyster Crockery and Cutlery

Mugrack for 8 mugs

Oceanair screens for all hatches including the heads

Fly screens to forward opening saloon windows

Main companionway fly screens

Hella fans x 4

Heyco tool kit

Spares

Custom fitted sheets and blankets

Several sets of foul weather gear

Offshore life jackets

2 propane tanks


Safety

Fire extinguishers 

Selden Visiball 2 radar reflector at mast head

Life raft - 8 man - Lifeguard

Bilge pumps - automatic, electric and manual

EPIRB with GPS interface

Abandon ship bag with EPIRB and handheld GPS

Signal Flares

Horseshoe Buoy

Lifesling MOB recovery system

Safety harnesses, jack lines, and tethers

MOB floating strobe light

Eight inflatable life vests

Emergency tiller steering

 


Manufacturer Provided Description

The Oyster 485 is a well-proportioned yacht that looks good from any angle and offers a combination of excellent performance, ease of handling, and real comfort. Like all Oysters the 485 features a deck saloon configuration creating a light, airy saloon and unbeatable ventilation. The 485 is well proven as a blue water cruiser, with numerous ocean crossings and at least one circumnavigation to her credit. The 485 has a low center of gravity, high performance bulb keel, and a fully-protected skeg-hung rudder. Performance was demonstrated in an Olympic triangle race during Antigua Race Week, when two 485s led the fleet and showed tremendous speed, particularly to windward. The standard sloop rig is set up with a conventional spar with a fully-battened mainsail and lazy jacks for ease of handling. The majority of these yachts have been fitted with in-mast furling, which enables all sail handling functions to be undertaken from the cockpit. For performance-orientated sailors whose cruising area is away from the boisterous trade winds of the Caribbean we also offer a sport rig with taller sailplan, which is ideal for cruising areas where light airs predominate. The Oyster 485 has a spacious owner's stateroom aft featuring a centerline berth which makes the cabin feel light and airy, particularly in warm climates. This stateroom also incorporates a large head within which is a separate stall shower. Forward there's the usual Oyster-type "walkthrough" galley, which is ideally located within easy reach of the cockpit and saloon. Both sides of the galley incorporate counter space and ventilation is assured with a number of adjacent opening ports. The saloon uses the yacht's maximum beam to good effect and incorporates a pair of oversized opening hullports for use while at anchor or dock, which allow good athwartships ventilation. In addition, really good fore and aft ventilation is offered by the deck saloon with its two opening forward windows. The saloon table incorporates a "clam" type design so it can be used in the small size, closed position, typically for drinks or informal gatherings. The table then opens, to provide a much larger surface for dining, by means of an ingenious pair of additional leaves that unfold from underneath when the table is opened from its "clam" position. The yacht's forward accommodation offers a choice of a standard arrangement with a twin, upper - lower berth cabin offset to port, and a twin or double vee berth cabin forward. There is also a head with an integral shower offset to starboard. As an alternative we also offer an optional variant with only one double cabin forward, to suit those owners looking for a yacht with just two cabins, but offering a very high standard of comfort, comparable to the owner's stateroom, for two guests. On deck right aft there is a large size lazarette locker and adjacent propane gas cylinder locker, so that all the usual cruising amenities have suitable stowage. At the end of the aft coachroof there is a pair of large bin lockers with enough space to house a life raft and other safety equipment on one side, with more than enough room for fenders, docklines, and other gear that needs to be kept to hand when sailing. The stern platform has a folding bathing - safety ladder and provides an ideal place to board the yacht from a dinghy. It also houses an optional flush mounted locker for a hot and cold freshwater deck shower.


Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


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Last Revised: May 14, 2020


Disclaimer


Nicolle Associates is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Dunbar Yachts LLC.