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67' 7" (20.6m)

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Not for sale or charter to U.S. residents while in U.S. waters.

Whether plans include sailing the oceans afar or cruising the bay, the 67-foot (20.6m) iSNL offers the perfect sailing platform.

iSNL is an excellent example of Oyster Yacht’s popular 655 model. She is ideal for families and those wishing to sail without a professional crew as her deck is arranged for easy sailing and safety at sea. The sailing yacht is in exemplary condition, having been well maintained and getting a refit in 2013.

The luxury yacht showcases a timeless exterior with the Oyster styled raised salon deck design with a well-protected central guest cockpit and adjoining helm positions aft. This design gives a comfortable, safe cockpit and well-positioned helms for visibility. iSNL’s cockpit perfect for socializing and enjoying meals while cruising — a collapsible Bimini shade offers sun and shade when desired.

Sailing yacht iSNL features a beautiful, spacious interior with Oyster’s Millennium styling. The space is adorned with light Maple wood, ‘Night Pearl’ Avonite countertops and taupe Alcantara upholstery. The yacht’s interior is filled with an abundance of natural light from the expansive windows on the raised salon deck. iSNL showcases an open main salon and well-equipped galley, which provides the perfect area for relaxing after a day of sailing.

The sailing yacht accommodates eight in four well-appointed staterooms. She features a private aft master stateroom with its own entrance from the aft deck. The stateroom features ample storage, a settee, dressing table, a 40-inch Sony TV and en-suite bath. iSNL’s additional staterooms include a double-bed stateroom and two twin-bed staterooms.


  • Good condition
  • Attractive, modern interior
  • Well-equipped for ocean sailing
  • Practical four stateroom layout
  • Easy handling via the rig and systems
  • New sails (September 2015)
  • Excellent value and well-priced


Builder Oyster
Model 655
Length (LOA) 67' 7" (20.6m)
Year 2009
Draft 9' 8" (2.95m)
Beam 18' 5" (5.61m)
Location Palma de Mallorca, Spain


Staterooms 4
Sleeps 8
Heads 3
Capt. Quarters No

Dimensions & Capacity

LOA 67' 7" (20.6m)
LWL 20' (5.87m)
Max Draft 9' 8" (2.95m)
Fuel Tank 502 g (1,900 L)
Fresh Water 304 g (1,150 L)
Displacement 39,000


Hull Material Fiberglass
Hull Config Monohull
Stabilizers None


Engine Make Perkins
Engine Model Sabre M185C
Engine Type Inboard
Power HP 187
Power KW 136
Fuel Type Diesel
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Full Details

Hull Construction

Laid-up GRP, single skin with structural stringers and floors to Lloyd’s approved design specification and incorporates a high-tech custom Carbon/Kevlar composite laminate.

Hull Finish

White hull with cove line and double boot top lines in standard Oyster blue.

Underwater surfaces taken back to gelcoat and epoxy coated by Hinckley Yacht Services, USA, under the supervision of International Paints (2010).

Every three years iSNL has had her antifoul stripped back and every year she comes out for a yard period, which last included new anodes and new antifoul (year).


Moulded in GRP with balsa core.

Oyster deck saloon profile with ‘G5 styling’.

Deck Finish

Teak laid decks and cockpit.

GRP low profile ‘rolled edge’ bulwark with Oyster custom stainless-steel mooring cleats.

Stainless steel protective tread plates on bulwarks at each side gate.


High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.


Fully protected skeg-hung rudder. (Note: it was dropped and serviced in 2015).

STERN DESIGN                   

The stern design incorporates a recessed platform, especially useful for bathing and boarding and finished with laid teak.

A fold-down stainless-steel bathing/boarding ladder with oval tube treads and four moulded GRP steps, trimmed with teak treads, is incorporated into the transom for easy access to the stern deck.

Deck Equipment & Fittings


Lewmar 3000 vertical gypsy/drum type, electric anchor windlass on deck at bow.


By Lewmar – all chrome, self-tailing:

2 x 77 CEST three-speed, electric, primary winches.

2 x 65 CST two-speed, manual, secondary winches.

1 x 65 CEST two-speed, electric, mainsheet winch.

1 x 46 CST two-speed, manual, traveller control line winch.

1 x 65 CEST two-speed, electric, halyard winch fitted on deck, starboard side of mast.

1 x 65 CST two-speed, manual, halyard winch fitted on the mast.

Deck Access

Midship gateway stanchions with stainless steel hinged boarding ladders, which close up to form the side-gates.  Gate to pushpit.  Stainless steel bathing ladder.


Walk-through teak-laid cockpit, which is split into separate steering and guest/crew areas.

The aft cockpit has a clear central walkway through between twin wheels, giving excellent access from the main companionway to the helm positions and to the aft deck.


Simpson S300 stainless steel electric davits. (Upgraded with Dyneema lines 2013).


CQR 48kg (105lb) anchor with 100m x 18mm warp plus 10m x 12mm chain.

Spade 30kg (66lb) kedge anchor stowed in sail locker.

Stowage compartment with removable partition at forward end of anchor locker for kedge warp and chain stowage.


Oyster custom drop-down washboard system for main companionway.

Lewmar alloy-framed deck hatches.

All foredeck hatches hinged on forward edge for MCA regulations.

Rondal flush hatch in foredeck, laid with teak planking.

Gebo alloy-framed portlights in coaming and from galley to cockpit.

Gebo opening hull ports.

Deck Plumbing

Hot and cold freshwater deck shower in transom step locker.

Freshwater wash-down with high-pressure Par Max 4 pump.

Outlet in anchor locker with hose to reach stem-head and anchor.

Salt-water anchor wash in anchor locker.


Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit.

Pair of stern stainless-steel fairleads.

Oyster custom stainless-steel mooring cleats.

Pair of 15’ arch cleats under pushpit seats for Mediterranean mooring.

Stainless steel grab rails atop deck saloon.

Lazarette locker.

Liferaft storage built into pushpit beneath stern quarter seats.

Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.

Stainless steel stern post for navigation/communications antennae and satellite communication dome, incorporating swivelling aft deck floodlight.

Gas locker (space for two bottles) this area is used for fuel stowage as the boat as electric cooker.

Stainless-steel Dorade vents. 

Stainless steel drinks holders at pedestals.

Lewmar track and car systems for the mainsheet, staysail and genoa sheets.


Twin GRP lectern-style pedestals.

Twin 46” diameter Mini-Maxi type stainless steel wheels with leather covers.

Whitlock Mamba torque rod linkage system.

Engine And Machinery


Perkins Sabre M185C, 6-cylinder, turbo-charged diesel engine - maximum 136kW (187Hp) at 2,100rpm.

Engine and generator Racor filters parallel plumbed, so they can be run as a single unit.

Engine Hours: At January 2019, approx. 4800.

Propeller: Brunton 4-bladed 660mm (26”) diameter Varifold folding propeller (serviced 2016).

Rope Cutter: Ambassador AM20 2-bladed rope-cutter on shaft. (Shaft dropped and serviced 2017).


·40A/24V alternator for charging engine/generator batteries.

·Mastervolt 150A/24V alternator for charging domestic batteries.


Onan 17.5kVA 220V/50Hz generator, complete with e-QD digital display system.

Generator Hours: Approximately 9250 at January 2019.


Lewmar 400/4 Commander system located in sail locker to operate headsail furling, staysail furling, mainsail furling and mainsail outhaul.

Air Conditioning/heating

2 x 16,000 BTU condenser units: for forward and aft cabins.

2 x Stoway self-contained 16,000 BTU units: for saloon and galley.

3 x remote air-handler units: 1 x 16,000 BTU in Owner’s stateroom; 1 x 7,000 BTU in forward port cabin and 1 x 10,000 BTU in forward starboard cabin.


Ice-maker, linked to inverter and Seagull water filter (new 2015). Installed in locker forward of saloon on port side.


Seafresh 206 water-maker producing 95 litres per hour, with product flow gauge and remote control panel. Auto freshwater back flush with pump.

Control panel installed in locker forward of saloon on port side.

Washer / Dryer

Bosch Avanti washer / dryer installed in locker forward of saloon on starboard side.



1,900 litres approximately (418 Imp gallons/502 US gallons) in two GRP tanks.


1,550 litres approximately (340 Imp gallons/410 US gallons) in two GRP tanks.


Hot Water

From one insulated approximately 73 litres (16 Imp gallons/19 US gallons) tank heated by the engine’s heat exchanger, or by thermostatically-controlled 220V, 1.25kW immersion heater elements powered by the generator or dockside power.

Second C-Warm twin coil, hot water calorifier for supplying hot water to two zones, one forward and one aft.

Pressurised hot and cold freshwater system

Seagull water filter with separate tap at galley sink and link to icemaker.

Holding Tanks

Three polyethylene holding tanks, one to each head with gravity discharge, pump-out and gauges.

Bilge Pumps

Jabsco Utility Puppy 3000 electric bilge pump with Par hydro switch.

Henderson MkV manual bilge pump.

Whale submersible electric bilge pump with manual switch.

Tank Tender Gauges.

Electrics And Lighting

Ship’s Supply 24v

Ring-main & Shore-power

30A dockside power cable and Hubbell socket in transom step locker.

Second 220V/30A shore-power cable and Hubbell socket for air conditioning and immersion loads.

2 x Mastervolt isolators.

220V AC ring main with double, 3-pin UK style outlet sockets located within the layout.

AC polarity changeover switch to enable altering the polarity manually if the polarity-warning indicator indicates a fault.

24V socket under port pedestal for searchlight, etc.

220V waterproof socket in lazarette.


Domestic: Bank of 4 x Rolls Surrette batteries giving 820Ah, (all replaced in 2014), installed under saloon floor aft on starboard side).

Engine, generator start & bow-thruster: Single bank of 6 x Optima Red 12v 55Ah 8002-250 batteries, (replaced in Feb 2019).

Chargers: 2 x Mastervolt 220V MASS 24V/100A chargers.

Inverter: Mastervolt 220V 24V/2500W inverter.

 (chargers and inverter installed outboard / behind the saloon settee on starboard side)

Mastervolt BTM and C3RS battery monitoring system.

Mastervolt Alpha Pro regulator.

‘Emergency’ link between domestic and engine/generator batteries.


Downlight type halogen lights in polished chrome finish.

Meta light rails to give soft indirect lighting in the hull-port areas of the saloon, aft cabin and all three guest cabins.

Fluorescent lights and downlights in each heads, as well as over the galley work surfaces.

Reading light at each berth and over reading areas.


Automatic light to drinks locker and refrigerator.

Red LED courtesy footlights x 3 – one on each saloon step area.

Dimmer switch to saloon lighting.

Red halogen overhead nightlights x 3 - in galley, at chart table and in aft passageway.


LED boom light over cockpit table.

Spreader lights: LED up-lights on all spreaders; LED downlights on lower spreaders.

Cockpit low-level LED courtesy lighting.

Transom LED courtesy light.

Wireless remote fob for spreader lights, foredeck light, boom light, cockpit and transom lighting.

ECS swivelling aft deck light on antenna pole.

Lights mounted in forward sail locker and lazarette.

LED bow and stern navigation lights.

Lopolight LED steaming/deck floodlight.

Lopolight LED tri-white anchor/navigation light at masthead.

2 x underwater lights under the lazarette.

Mast And Rigging

Cutter rig, three sets of spreaders.

Hall Spar alloy white painted mast.

In-mast hydraulic furling system for mainsail. (Rig out and serviced in 2013).

Hall Spar alloy white painted boom, with hydraulic reversing outhaul (new 2013).

Reckmann hydraulic headsail and staysail furling systems. (Reckmann service 2013) –

Control buttons for furlers are set outside of cockpit each side by the primary winches.

Hydraulic boom vang (serviced 2013).

Hydraulic backstay adjusters (serviced 2013).

Navtec s/s control panel for backstay and vang in cockpit on port side by helm.

Pair of ‘No-Strike’ ion dissipaters at masthead.

Discontinuous Navtec stainless steel rod rigging (re-headed 2013).

Cruising chute gear - Single carbon pole stowed vertically on mast.

Package includes all deck and mast gear, including line drive for pole, clutches, sheaves, halyards, sheets and blocks.


By Dolphin Sails: (All new September 2015).

Mainsail, Yankee and Staysail in DYS 23/14 Spectra/Dyneema/Polyester, tri-radial cut.

UV strips in white on headsail and staysail.

Cruising chute with snuffer, (Snuffer new 2015).

Interior Description & Accommodation


Eight berths in four cabins, excluding the saloon.

Lee screens on sea berths.

Interior joinery finished in maple with Oyster ‘Millennium’ styling.

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 Oyster custom knobs for lockers and drawers.

Cabin sole in teak V-groove planking.

All cabin soles and margins re-varnished in November 2011.


Surfaces in galley and heads in Avonite ‘Night Pearl’.

Headlining in off-white vinyl.

Upholstery throughout in ‘Taupe’ Alcantara.

Crew covers to saloon and navigator’s seat in Planada ‘Camel’.

Cover for saloon table in vinyl.

Oceanair Skysol blinds in ‘White’ to main saloon windows and coachroof ports (all new 2015).

Roman pleat fabric blinds to hull ports (all new 2015).

Oceanair sky-screens to all deck hatches.

Fly-screens to all opening hull and coachroof ports.

INTERIOR DESCRIPTION from forward (see plan at end of these details)

Forward Sail Locker

Access only via deck hatch with stainless steel ladder.

Rail for rope stowage. Stainless steel tube and canvas sail rack to starboard.

Watertight bulkhead to sail locker.

Forward Port Twin Cabin

L-shaped lower berth with infill to make a double berth, with hinged Pullman berth above. 

Memory foam mattress (2013).

Hanging locker. Stowage lockers.

En Suite Head/Shower (Day Head), aft of cabin

Jabsco Quiet Flush freshwater electric toilet with saltwater backup.

Washbasin and stall shower.

Heated towel rail.

Area doubles as a day head with access from forward cabin or passageway.

Forward Starboard Double Cabin

With double berth, lockers, drawers and a hanging locker. 

Memory foam mattress (2013). Stowage for folding chairs beneath berth.

En Suite Head/Shower area, forward of cabin

Jabsco Quiet Flush freshwater electric toilet with saltwater backup.

Washbasin and stall shower.

Heated towel rail.


The light and airy saloon features a large L-shaped settee to starboard and a shorter settee to port.

Central to the L-shaped settee is an extending maple dining table with black Avonite perimeter trim line and handhold cut-outs on inboard corners.

Bottle stowage and shelf in the table’s pedestal base.

Plentiful lockers as well as storage lockers beneath the seats.

Drinks locker, plus three custom lockers for glasses.

Electric lift for 40” Sony flat screen TV from behind settee (new 2013), on port side.

Icemaker (new 2016).

Washer / dryer.

Forward bulkhead painted ‘Drawing Room Red’.

Wempe instruments fitted to bulkhead on port side.

Access to the cockpit is via a set of six steps with teak treads, & stainless-steel handrails.

Removable, alloy chequer plate fitted under saloon sole for working in central bilge area.

Custom stainless-steel fiddles both port and starboard for DVD and book stowage.


Down two steps, aft of the saloon to port, the U-shaped galley provides a spacious, safe area to work in whilst at sea with good worktop space.

Avonite upstands to counter tops.

Drainage grooves in Avonite top run into the forward of the twin stainless steel sinks.

Separate tap for filtered water.

Plentiful stowage in lockers and drawers.

Custom coffee cup holder.

Above the sinks an opening portlight provides ventilation from the guest cockpit foot well.

Twin stainless steel sinks.

Gimballed Force 10 4-burner electric cooker with hob, oven and grill, with stainless steel surround.

AEG stainless steel cooker hood with fan and light.

Panasonic 900W stainless steel combination microwave/grill (2013).

Frigomatic 24V DC system for the stainless-steel front-opening refrigerator, plus an additional top-opening refrigerator. 

(System upgraded to operate with a direct, water-cooled compressor and self-priming pump).

Frigomatic FMK 35F 24V DC keel-cooled refrigeration unit fitted in the cockpit table.

Frigomatic 24V DC W50 F direct, water-cooled twin compressors with twin plate for top-opening freezer fitted with wire baskets.

Fisher and Paykel dish drawer dishwasher.

Navigation Area

To starboard with chart table and swivel seat.

Chart table customised around the electronics and navigational equipment, flush-mounted in a ‘Dark Grey’ Alcantara fascia. Stowage in the chart table for Admiralty size, half-folded charts.

Bookshelf. Custom stainless-steel fiddles.

Wet locker for hanging oilskins, accessed from the passageway inboard from navigation station.

Engine Room

Accessed via hinged doors from the aft passageway.

Built of sound-insulating plywood with the entire area insulated with a foam and barrier insulation and exposed wooden surfaces coated in fireproof paint (2013).

24V lighting, plus two extractor fans ducted to the exterior.

Automatic fire extinguishers.

Aft Starboard Twin Cabin        

With upper and lower berths, hanging locker, drawers and stowage.

Memory foam mattress (2013).

Owner’s Stateroom

The aft cabin is configured with a double berth offset to port of the centreline with under-berth drawers, a settee and dressing table.

Pair of large hanging lockers with abundant drawer and locker space.

Outboard of the berth, to port and starboard are bookcases.

This cabin also has its own companionway hatch entrance from the aft deck, via a sliding deck hatch and a stainless-steel ladder offset to starboard.

Aft bulkhead painted blue.

40” Sony TV on forward bulkhead (2013).

4-brick safe.

Full-length mirror on cabin door.

Memory foam mattress (2013).

Owner’s En Suite Head/Shower 

Jabsco Quiet Flush freshwater electric toilet with saltwater backup, washbasin and stall shower.

Extractor fan.

Audio Visual Systems


Sony 40” LCD TV on electric lift (new 2013).

Alpine DVD/CD/FM player at chart table with iPod interface, 5-way amp and subwoofer.

Bose speakers x 5, and ‘magic eye’ for remote (new 2013).


Alpine CD/Tuner to run cockpit audio with waterproof remote at helm and two pairs of waterproof Alpine speakers in main/helm cockpit. With Bluetooth connection.

Owner’s Stateroom:

Sony 40” LCD TV with link to Raymarine E-Series (new 2013).

Alpine DCD/CD/Tuner with iPod interface.

Pair of Bose headlining speakers and ‘magic eye’ for remote (new 2013).

Forward Starboard Guest Cabin:

Alpine CD/Tuner with iPod interface.

Pair of headlining speakers and ‘magic eye’ for remote.

Forward Port Guest Cabin:

Alpine CD/Tuner with iPod interface.

Pair of headlining speakers and ‘magic eye’ for remote.

Status TV antenna on masthead for TV and FM reception

Navigation Instruments And Radios

Raymarine ST60+ sailing instrument system with flush-mounted displays as below:

At companionway console: Wind, speed and depth displays.

At port pedestal: Close-hauled wind display. Graphic display.

At starboard pedestal: Close-hauled wind display. Graphic display.

At chart table: Graphic display.

At owner’s stateroom: Graphic display.

Forward Port Cabin: Graphic display.

Forward Starboard Cabin: Graphic display.

Windex at masthead.

Raymarine E120 integrated radar, chart plotter and 12-channel GPS at chart table with 4kW Radome on mast.

Raymarine E120 radar repeater on starboard steering pedestal.

Raymarine autopilot with ST6002 control head to port pedestal.

Furuno NX300 Navtex receiver at chart table.

PC: Vasari mini PC at chart table with Neovo 19” LCD display with speakers, Wi-Fi antenna and router, Marine track and AIS systems (2014).


Raymarine 240E, 25W/12V VHF radio-telephone at chart table.

Second handset and speaker at port steering pedestal with mast-mounted hailer/foghorn function.

Sailor Fleet 250 BGAN satellite communication system with dome antenna on aft pole.

Flush-mounted SIRS Marine Major 150mm diameter compass mounted on each pedestal.



Avon 340 RIB with Honda 20Hp 4-stroke outboard motor (in storage off the boat).

Deck Equipment:

Multiplex carbon passerelle, including padded stowage bag, handrails.

Cockpit table in gloss varnished teak with fold-down leaves and a refrigerated, insulated, top-opening GRP box. Extension to aft end of table.

Warps and Fenders


All in ‘Dune’ Sunbrella:

Sprayhood to main companionway with zipped opening centre window and leather panel over rear hoop. (New 2013 with new windows in 2017).

Twin Biminis – one to cover the main guest cockpit and a second to cover the helm positions.

Can be used either separately or as a complete bimini. (New 2017).

Clear panel and Velcro flap for boom lights and two clear vinyl panels with Velcro flaps for helmsman to view mainsail.

Cover for cockpit table with access panels to fridge and pockets at each end.

Covers for pedestals and wheels.

Over-davit cover for RIB with large U-shaped zip for access/stowage at sea.

Cockpit and foredeck cushions in ‘Dune’ Sunbrella (new 2013).

Safety Equipment

2 x Ocean Safety 4-person canister life-rafts with hydrostatic release and SOLAS B grab bags, (off the boat for service Feb 2019).


Echomax 230R radar reflector mounted on mast.

Sea-Me active radar transponder at masthead.

Horseshoe lifebuoy with light.

Webbing jackstays.

Raymarine LifeTag wireless man overboard system with 8 tags.

Emergency tiller.

Fire Extinguishers

Various including automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay.

Manual cable release on automatic fire extinguisher.

Other Safety Features

Foghorn on mast.

Watertight bulkhead to sail locker.

24V electric water pump with seawater suction hose, and hose and nozzle long enough to reach all cabins, to meet MCA firefighting regulations.

High-level bilge float switch with audible alarm at pedestal.

Interior Extras And Accessories 

Oyster customised Wedgwood bone china crockery.

Oyster customised Robert Welch stainless steel cutlery.

4-brick safe in Owner’s stateroom.


Heyco Marine Tool Kit

Assorted Tools,

Spares and Manuals

Mechanical Disclaimer

Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.


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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