Oyster 575

Sailing cruiser from the year 2010 - 17,1m length - in Montenegro (Montenegro)

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Verified boat

872.803 €

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NEW LISTING The Oyster 575 was designed by Rob Humphreys and the Oyster Design Team to replace the Oyster 56, which had been our most popular model with 75 launched. Built on owners’ feedback, the 575 was designed and engineered as a direct replacement – a long-range, ocean-going, bluewater cruiser and live aboard, which can be easily handled by a couple.

Overall, the 575 is a little larger than the 56, with a longer waterline length, deeper keel, increased sail area, and fuel tankage. She feels like a ‘bigger’ yacht, with more headroom and a beam that is carried further aft, enhancing off-wind performance, and allowing a more spacious owner’s stateroom. The biggest upgrade, though, was reserved for the cockpit, which features twin wheels, a centreline walkway aft, and distinct working and relaxing areas which are also ideal for children or non-sailors whilst underway.

Oyster’s fifth-generation deck saloon design gives the 575 an attractive profile at sea. She is well-mannered and reassuring, comfortable in all conditions, and with a turn of speed that will keep the most demanding sailor fully engaged. The first 575 was launched in 2010 and remained in production until 2019. The 575 is a proven circumnavigator and consummate ocean cruiser and has only left the Oyster line-up recently to be replaced by the Oyster 565.

Wiki Wiki is in her second ownership. Originally specified for a circumnavigation, careful thought was given to making her as easy to handle; she a simple rig, with hydraulic push-button furling to her mainsail and genoa and electric primary and mainsheet winches. Her interior joinery is hand finished in quarter-sawn oak, which is resilient and offers a bright modern feel down below. She sleeps up to eight in four cabins, without using the saloon. She has a turn of speed too and has been very successful at Oyster regattas!

Wiki Wiki is very unusual in offering superb continuity of care; her original project manager, who oversaw her original build, later left Oyster to establish his own yacht care company and continued to look after Wiki Wiki for both her owners and is still doing so.

Wiki Wiki is currently lying in the Eastern Mediterranean and is available for viewing at any convenient time. If you are looking for a well-made and proven world cruising yacht that has benefitted from constant care and upgrades, please do just get in touch.

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Features of Oyster 575:

Basic data

  • Type: Sailing cruiser

  • Year : 2010

  • Length: 17.1 m

  • Location: Montenegro (Montenegro)

  • Name: Wiki Wiki

  • Flag: -

  • Shipyard: Oyster

  • Material: Fibreglass


  • Beam: 4.93 m

  • Draft: -

  • Ballast: -

  • Displacement: 28000 Kg


  • Maximum number of passengers: -

  • Cabins: -

  • Berths: 4

  • Heads: -

  • Water capacity: 950 L


  • Number of engines: 1

  • Power: 130 HP

  • Fuel capacity: 950 L

  • Motor type : Inboard

  • Fuel type : Diesel

  • Make of the motor: Volkswagen TDI 150-5

  • Engine usage (hours): -

More information on the boat

  • Monohull

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This Sailing cruiser's equipment


Compass, Radio, Plotter, Cockpit speakers, Wind speed and direction, Radar, Log speedometer, Vhf, Autopilot, Gps, Navigation center, Depthsounder, Computer, Tv set

Electricity/ Motor Oyster 575

Inverter, Shore power inlet, Generator

Deck equipment

Electric winch, Tiller, Davits, Cockpit table, Swimming ladder, Teak sidedecks, Spinnaker pole, Teak cockpit, Bimini top, Steering wheel, Tender, Liferaft, Radar reflector, Cockpit cushions, Spray hood

Comfort / Interior

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


Furling mainsail, Furling genoa, Storm jib

Wiki Wiki Detailed Specification


Oyster 575/04.

Composite development, moulded from female tools developed by Oyster in their own custom facility.
Moulded using a combination of vinylester and polyester resin with the outer topside finish in a white features NPG gelcoat.
The laminate material comprises a combination of E-Glass, Kevlar and Carbon Fibre.
The topside laminate incorporates a high-tech, balsa-cored, E-Glass/Carbon sandwich above the waterline.
Below the waterline, the body features a monolithic (single-skin) composite laminate, with an Aramid/Kevlar layer reinforced with a matrix of stringers and floors. Combined with BS1088 basic marina-ply structural bulkfronts, this produces a robust structure with excellent strength to weight qualities and proven longevity.
Additional reinforcements are included in way of the keel recess, the keel longitudinals, mast bulkfront, P-bracket, forestay, and body stringers.
Limber holes and/or tubes are installed at appropriate points.
Stringers, bulkfront landings and floors are formed over a non-structural, inert polyurethane foam.

‘White’ body with cove line and double boot top lines in basic Oyster ‘blue.’
Last haul out and bottom paint in 2022. Next scheduled for April 2023.

Moulded in GRP with balsa core.
In load bearing areas the core is replaced with plywood for additional strength, and all load-bearing fittings have backing plates or large washers.
Deck styling includes modern flowing lines providing sleek looks, interior and out.

Side decks, forward and aft decks, cockpit chairs, sole and helmsman’s chairs are cutmed with laid teak.
Fore and aft coachroof tops and cockpit coamings are finished in ‘white’ gelcoat, with ‘white’ non-slip deck paint applied to appropriate panels.
Hull to deck connection is achieved by the deck sitting on a return flange mounted into the body.
The deck edge incorporates a bulwark, which facilitates relatively flat side decks whilst providing a good foothold when working the yacht in a seaway. The top of this bulwark has a clean GRP finish, giving a modern and stylish ‘rolled’ edge, enhancing the yacht’s visual appearance with a graceful sheer line.

High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.

Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.
‘Sugar scoop’ transom design incorporating a floor instep, which is efeaturesly useful for bathing and boarding and is cutmed with laid teak.
Two oval stainless steel steps with teak tread inserts and hand cut-outs are fixed on the transom for access to the rear deck.
Additional stainless steel grab handles on transom.
Fold-down stainless steel bathing/boarding ladder with oval rungs, tailored with a lanyard and retaining pin for retrieval/storage.

Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean.

Built to MCA Category 2.
Rocna Vulcan 40kg mainstay (2016) that stows in the stemfront fitting. 100m of 12mm calibrated galvanised chain (2023), matched to the gustlass gypsy with ‘bitter end’ fastened to a stainless steel attachment with substantial lanyard.
Lightweight folding alloy Fortress FX55 kedge mainstay, with 100m of Octoplait nylon warp, plus 10m of 10mm chain.
Recessed safe within the foredeck for mainstay chain storage, tailored with hinged lids and a stainless steel, clamp-type locking device.

Lewmar V4 vertical capstan type (24V) electric mainstay gustlass, two-way and operated by adjacent foot switch controls.

Pair of gateway stanchions and side gates for boarding.
Stainless steel threshold plates at side gates and rear gate.
Gate to pushpit.
Stainless steel hinged ladder with oval rungs on rear for bathing floor.
Passerelle socket in top transom rung for

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Information from the shipyard catalogue. This data could vary from the data about the boat on sale published by the advertiser,

Basic Technical Data

  • Shipyard: Oyster

  • Model: Oyster 575

  • Year of manufacture: 2009

  • Type of boat: Sailing cruiser

  • Construction material: Fibreglass

  • Displacement: 28000 Kg

  • Length: 17,9 m

  • Beam: 5 m

  • Draft: 2,70 m

Oyster 575

The shipyard Oyster has offered us this Oyster 575 of 17,1m of length and a for sale price of 872.803€. Boat manufactured in the 2010 and located in Montenegro (Montenegro).

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