OYSTER 62 sailing yacht, is offered for sale from her second owner which is actually owns her since 2006, She always had a full time captain on board.
The reason the owner is selling, is because he already owns a larger and newer 82 feet sailing yacht.
NEMO has rigging from Hood. She was designed for shorthanded crew and basically the sails are mostly push button operated. Sails are from Dolphin, all winches are from Lewmar.
NEMO has 4 cabins for 8 guests plus small cabin at the fore for crew, which is practically used as an extra storage space.
The yacht is fully equipped for Blue Water family sailing and that include:
All required navigation, communication and safety systems for ocean voyage as well as all the facilities to make life on board very comfortable. (Contact us for full detailed specification list))
NEMO never sailed out of the Mediterranean and therefore she has much lower wear and tear compared to other sailing yachts at her age and category.
To learn more about NEMO make sure you watch her full detailed walk through VIDEO on this page.
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Manufacturer Provided Description
Like her immediate predecessors, the Oyster 62 is an evolution of the Oyster design philosophy, building on original concepts rather than replacing them. It is not so much a case of more of the same as better of the same, with steps forward which are sometimes subtle and sometimes substantial, but always gauged against the widely understood sense that is encapsulated within the Oyster hallmark - comfort, safety, performance, reliability, and durability. In the 62 the Oyster aficionado will feel completely at ease. The same sense of proportion exists between performance and comfort, between aesthetic considerations and ergonomic musts, between structural efficiency and durability. The hull shape philosophy carries on from the 56, 53, and 66. A relatively long waterline and a sensibly proportioned beam to length ratio not only means a high speed potential, but a relatively voluminous hull capable of delivering a spectacular interior, further enhanced by Dick Young's efforts as the latest member of the design team. His scope in this respect is enhanced by the relatively generous freeboard, a feature employed by the other most recent Oysters, to produce increased reserves of buoyancy for a drier ride and a wider range of stability. As ever, the goal with the Oyster 62 is to produce a well-balanced yacht that is light and responsive to steer but tram-like in terms of directional stability. The underwater profile features a typical Humphreys keel, with its low center of gravity and streamlined high performance bulb configuration. The righting moment produced is significant for the size of yacht, enabling her to carry her large rig well. The careful mix of parameters will give her an easy efficiency throughout the wind range, through light to heavy, from smooth to rough.
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.