1989 OYSTER 68

£375,000 tax paid

Extensively refitted Cat-2 Coded Oyster 68

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelOyster 68
DesignerHolman & Pye
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Tax/VAT StatusTax paid
LyingArgyll, Scotland, United Kingdom


EnginePerkins T6.3544 185hp
Fuel Capacity2000l
Hull ConstructionGRP
Keel TypeFin Keel
Drinking Water Capacity2000l


Very well-presented MCA Cat 2 coded example of the range-topping Oyster 68. Extensively refitted in 2009 and operating as a highly successful skippered charter business in Scotland.


Listed in association with our Scottish partners Mark Cameron Yachts, MOONSHADOW OF LORNE is a well-presented example of this eye catching Holeman & Pye design, the flagship of the Oyster fleet at the time of her launch. The Oyster 68 proved to be a huge success for the company, offered on a semi-custom basis no two boats built were identical. Just 12 boats were built before the design was revised and launched as the Oyster 70.

MOONSHADOW OF LORNE was subject to a major re-fit in 2008/09 which included topsides and superstructure re-finishing, new teak decks, complete machinery overhaul prior to purchase by the current . She has been in the current ownership for almost a decade and during that time has been lovingly maintained and upgrade.

Currently MCA CAT 2 Coded for 12 guests and 2 crew MOONSHADOW OF LORNE is operating as a highly successful luxury skippered charter business on Scotland’s west coast. She offers 11 berths over 5 separate cabins, all with en-suite heads. The business is available to purchase by separate negotiation.


Moonshadow started life as a private yacht, cruising extensively throughout the Mediterranean, the Caribbean and northern Europe. We acquired her after she had benefitted from a major refit in 2009 and have maintained her to MCA compliance standards. We have found her to be a safe, swift and reliable yacht that is easily handled, under sail or power, by two people. She has provided our charter guests with a comfortable and spacious home-from-home, both at sea and at anchor.


The Oyster 68 has proven success as a world class cruising yacht. Each of these yachts has had a different layout and equipment selection and this experience enables us to offer future owners an unrivalled choice. Rounding Cape Horn or cruising the Patagonian Icecap, the Oyster 68 has exceeded her owners' expectations.

It is the first yacht in our range to use a computer generated high performance keel aimed at maximising stability and sailing performance while maintaining moderate draft.

The Oyster 68 is a fine example of British boatbuilding quality and is competitive in every way.

RECENT REFIT HISTORY (in addition to routine maintenance and servicing):

• New engine start batteries fitted - 24v - (2 x 12v type 663)
• New genset start battery fitted - 12v (1 x 12v Motacell EFB 335)
• New genset alternator fitted
• New control module for Hood Stoway in-mast furling system
• New Foghorn (DNH – HPA 60)
• Lewmar anchor windlass gearbox replaced and electric motor overhauled
• Prop shaft drawn and PSS bellows & O rings replaced
• Main engine oil & ATF hoses replaced
• Replacement Raymarine E120 Classic MFD fitted at chart table
• New tender – Honwave T40AE
• New EPIRB fitted (Ocean Signal “RescueME” 702S-01540Class 2 GPS)

• New rod forestays
• Boom repainted with Awlgrip
• New Sprayhoods fitted
• Anchor chain re-galvanised
• New engine exhaust elbow fitted
• New Victron Energy Pheonix Multiplus Inverter /Charger fitted
• New Raymarine 650 AIS transponder fitted
• Minor paint repairs to topsides
• New lee cloths fitted

• New engine raw water pump fitted
• New jackstays fitted (3 yearly)
• Bilge pump / deck wash Jabsco pump stripped, new seals & impeller fitted
• Bilge pump / deck wash manifold stripped, cleaned & new bronze T-piece & hose tails fitted
• Rebed stb cabin hatch
• Saloon foam seating replaced
• Galley under sink locker refurbished (plumbing, wiring, painting & varnishing)
• Mast pulled for maintenance
• Running rigging inspected

• Engine E.G. Cooler tube stacks replaced and anode fitted
• Multicooler / Heat Exchanger Tube stack overhauled
• New freshwater pump fitted
• MCA 5 yearly survey & inspection
• Mast & rigging professionally inspected

• New staysail fitted
• Brightwork revarnished
• New anchor chain (80m) fitted (Bradney G40 12mm for Lewmar 302)
• New 24v Trojan house batteries fitted

• New genoa fitted
• New mainsheet
• New Jackstays fitted (3 yearly)
• Holding tank systems overhauled
• New engine batteries fitted
• New 12v batteries & monitor fitted
• Engine fuel lift pump & filter units replaced
• PTO clutch overhauled
• Refrigeration serviced

• Mast pulled for maintenance
• Hood Stoway foil removed and overhauled,3 new foil covers & new top bearing fitted
• Hood Stoway gearbox removed, stripped, overhauled, new seals and tinned wiring fitted
• Hood Stoway gearbox - new electric motor fitted
• New fog horn fitted
• Overhaul Sea Chests, fit new spigots, nipples, valves, tails & fit new pencil anodes
• Guard rails replaced
• Rebed fwd stb head hatch
• All wash basins re-enamelled
• New carpets fitted
• New AC air handlers in galley, port cabin and focsle

• Winches serviced & overhauled
• Anchor locker reinstated & hatch modified
• Gas system overhauled to comply with Gas Safe Regs
• New engine & generator batteries fitted
• Backstays replaced

• MCA Coding alterations and upgrades to Cat 2
• New ground tackle fitted
• Standing rigging replaced (caps, intermediates, baby, tie strut)
• Engine PTO overhauled
• New larger Spray hood and s/s frame fitted
• New Bimini and cockpit tent fitted
• New cockpit covers fitted
• AC system & earthing checked and renewed, including new RCDs on distribution boards
• VHF hard wired Bilge level alarm fitted
• New Galvanic Isolator fitted
• New Adverc battery management system fitted
• New OSCA charging system fitted for 12v battery bank
• New 24v Battery Monitor fitted
• 2nd Alternator re-fitted to engine
• New Honwave 4 metre tender with alu floor
• New crockery & galley ware
• New bed linen, oilskins, lifejackets
• Steering binnacle refurbished & rewired
• New fenders & skirts
• Focsle head reinstated and new WC fitted
• All new WC pumps
• All toilet pipework replaced and new anti-syphons fitted
• New combo microwave

• Osmosis preventative treatment with 5-year guarantee
• Keel removed & re-bedded
• Rudder blade re-built
• All ball valve seacocks replaced
• New autopilot motor, hydraulic pump and hoses
• Edson Steering system overhauled
• Mast reinforcement at lower spreaders by Hamble Yacht Services
• Bow-thruster complete overhaul
• New aqua-drive, PSS mechanical shaft seal, propeller overhaul and new bearings
• New Spurs Prop Cutter fitted
• All clutches and pumps overhauled
• New tank gauges, levels and switches
• Inlet manifold/sea chests overhauled
• Generator major service
• All coachroof windows stripped, re-anodised and re-sealed
• New Lewmar Ocean 20 hatches to coachroof
• New LPG system, with alarm sensors for gas and carbon monoxide
• New ENO Chef cooker fitted
• Aft companionway overhaul
• Replaced lower rigging

• Complete re-paint of vessel in Awlgrip
• New Teak Deck System 16mm Burmese Teak deck fitted
• New stainless deck hardware fitted, including fairleads, cleats, blocks, hinges, dog locks and gas-springs
• New Lewmar electric 3000 windlass
• New Condaria 48.000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioning/heating
• New headlining throughout interior
• New interior lights designed & fitted
• Refurbishment of interior woodwork
• Refurbishment of engine room
• New Gebo hull ports fitted
• New Lewmar portholes fitted
• Wine cooler fridge replaced
• New hydraulic hoses for bow-thruster
• New anchor chain

• New Reckmann hydraulic furling system installed for headsails
• New Doyle high performance cruising sails and sheets
• New bimini, sprayhood and covers
• New batteries fitted
• Automatic fire extinguisher mounted in engine room
• New Victron Energy charger/inverter (3KW)
• New Raymarine E120 chartplotters
• New Raymarine VHF
• New electric quiet flush toilets and plumbing
• New HD Flat screen television
• New mattresses and covers
• New switch panel and 24 volt electrics
• New combination microwave oven
• HEM watermaker fully serviced



RCD Status:
• Our understanding is that the yacht is exempt from compliance with the requirements of the Recreational Craft Directive (RCD) having been built and placed in use within the EU prior to 1998.

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
• Single skin GRP moulded hull.
• Hull stiffened internally with glassed in floors, frames and stringers.
• Sandwich construction balsa cored GRP mouldings for hull and deck.
• Full preventative epoxy treatment below waterline. Hamble Yacht Services (2009)
• Topsides painted with AwlGrip two-component paint system (2008)
• Superstructure painted with AwlGrip two-component paint system (2008)
• Traditional teak laid decks, foredeck, side decks, coachroof & cockpit. Completely replaced with 16mm Burmese teak. (2008)

Keel & Rudder:
• Bolt on external, full fin, lead ballast keel.
• Ballast keel displacement 11,158kgs.
• Skeg hung, semi-balanced rudder.
• Rudder stripped and re-laminated. (2009)


Engine & gearbox:
• Perkins T6.3544 185hp marine diesel engine.
• 6 cylinder, turbo charged, indirectly cooled.
• Hurth HSW-630a hydraulic marine gearbox.

Maintenance & Performance:
• Full summary of re-fit works available on request
• Engine professionally overhauled 2009
• Last routine service spring 2018
• Engine oil and ATF hoses replaced 2018
• Prop shaft drawn and PSS shaft seal bellow and O-rings replaced 2018
• Aquadrive shaft coupling overhauled 2009
• Max-Prop propeller overhauled 2009
• Maximum speed 8 knots
• Cruising speed 7.5 knots

Propulsion & Steering:
• Aquadrive shaft coupling.
• Stainless steel propeller shaft.
• Max-Prop 3 blade feathering propeller.
• Edson pedestal & quadrant, chain/cable drive.
• Wagner hydraulic linear drive ram direct to quadrant for autopilot. Overhauled 2009
• Richfield 300R retractable hydraulic bow thruster powered by engine driven hydraulic pump.


Voltage systems:
• 24vDC and 12vDC domestic systems with 220vAC shore-power, inverter or generator
• 24v DC system supplying – lighting, domestic, sheet winches and capstan winch.
• 12v DC system supplying – navigation instrumentation, gas alarm and VHF.

Battery Banks:
• Engine bank – 24v comprising of 2 x 12v type 663cells (2018).
• Generator bank – 12v single 12v cell, 110ah (2018).
• Domestic bank – 24v comprising of 12 x 6v cells, total capacity 720aH (2014)
• Instrument bank – 12v comprising of 2 x 12v cells, total capacity 196aH (2013)
• Battery monitoring - Domestic & Engine Banks (24v). Merlin Powerguage Pro.
• Battery monitoring - Instrument Bank (12v). NASA BM1 Compact.

Charging / Inverter:
• Victron Energy Phoenix combination charger/invertor, operating on domestic bank only. 24v/70aH battery charger. 3KW invertor. With remote control unit. (2017)
• Instrument bank charged from 24v domestic bank via OSCA 24v-12v charge controller.

• Onan 11.5 kVA generator
• Four cylinder, indirectly cooled diesel engine.
• Housed in sound insulated casing within dedicated space beneath saloon sole
• Remote control panel at nav station
• Providing 240v supply for shore power circuit
• New alternator fitted (2018)

• Twin engine mounted alternators.
• Charge controlled by Adverc smart alternator controller with splitting diode.
• 50amp alterntor
• 100amp alternator

Other Electrical:
• Galvanic isolator system on 240V system.
• Single 32amp shore power connection.
• Hardwired, RCD protected 240v AC mains
• 13amp sockets in each cabin powered by invertor from domestic batteries.


Fresh Water:
• Fully pressurised hot and cold water system.
• Hot and cold faucets provided in Galley and all heads.
• Showers provided in each heads (5 in total).
• 64 ltr capacity hot water tank, heated from engine or 240v immersion heater element.
• Fresh water deck wash outlet in cockpit.
• Fresh water deck shower on stern at bathing platform

• HEM Series 25
• Compact, heavy duty unit
• 2.2kw drive motor
• Low speed (700RPM) high pressure pump
• Currently in a pickled, winterised condition, not used during current ownership

Bilge Pumps:
• Engine driven high capacity pump with electric clutch. Change over manifold to double as sea water deck wash pump.
• Electric Jabsco bilge pump with auto and manual switching
• Henderson MKV double action manual bilge pump, located in saloon
• High water level bilge alarm

Gas System:
• Fully system annually test and certified by Gas Safe engineer
• Current GasSafe certificate issued spring 2018
• 4 x 10kg GRP (BP GasLite) Propane cylinders.
• Solenoid shut off valve with on/off switch in galley.
• Nereus gas and carbon monoxide alarm system, with sensor heads below galley range and on bulkhead


• Total tank capacity 2000ltr
• 2 GRP tanks 1 x 1500ltr, 1 x 500ltr
• Tanks both drained and cleaned 2016
• Tank Tender pneumatic gauge system

Fresh Water:
• Total tank capacity 2000ltr
• 2 GRP tanks 1 x 1500ltr, 1 x 500ltr
• Tank Tender pneumatic gauge system

Holding Tanks:
• Grey water – 2 gravity fed tanks. Auto switched electric pump discharge overboard
• Black water – 1 stainless steel tank with manually switched electric pump discharge overboard
• WEMA electric gauges with float type in-tank transducers


On Deck:
• Raymarine E120 Multifunction display. Providing Radar/Chartplotter/AIS functionality. Navionics chart cards. Mounted starboard side of companionway.
• Raymarine 4kW, 24” RayDome radar scanner, mounted on mast.
• Brookes & Gatehouse (B&G) Hydra 2000 system. Log/Wind/Depth displays on pedestal and companionway
• Autohelm ST7000 autopilot, control station on pedestal with Wagner hydraulic linear drive ram direct to quadrant (overhauled 2009)
• Plastimo binnacle mounted Olympic 135 compass (2008)

At Chart Table:
• Raymarine E120 Multifunction display (2018). Providing Radar/Chartplotter/AIS functionality. Navionics chart cards.
• Brookes & Gatehouse (B&G) Hydra 2000 system. Log/Wind/Depth
• Clock & Barometer
• NASA Clipper Navtex
Communications Equipment:
• Raymarine 240 DSCVHF radio. Black box type with twin control stations.
• Raymarine 650 AIS transponder.


• Eno Chef gas range. 4 burners, grill and oven
• Panasonic combination microwave oven (240v)
• Siemens dishwasher (240v)
• Waeco upright domestic, front loading fridge. (24v)
• Fridge 170ltr & freezer 170ltr, top loading under galley worktop with eutectic holding plates, 24v compressor. Serviced winter 2016.
• Twin stainless steel sinks
• Churchill crockery, 12 settings.
• Cutlery and Utensils

• En-suite heads discharge overboard, day head can be discharged to holding tank or overboard.
• 4 x ITT electric marine toilet
• 1 x ITT manual toilet – forward cabin.
• 5 showers
• Fresh water deck shower with hot and cold water.

Heating & Ventilation:
• Condaria 48,000 BTU (240v) reverse cycle air-conditioning/heating system (2008)
• Digital thermostatic controller
• 7 fan matrix box outlets. 1 in each cabin, 2 in saloon, 1 in galley.

General Domestic Equipment:
• Indesit combination washing machine & tumble dryer
• Duvets & pillows
• Bed linen & towels
• Fitted cockpit cushions
• Ship’s safe

• LED lighting throughout the living accommodation
• Tube lighting in engine space.

• Stereo Radio/CD/MP3/Aux with Bluetooth, speakers in saloon and cockpit.
• Stereo Radio/CD in master cabin
• Philips Cindos high definition 31” LCD TV in saloon with HDMI connectivity


Summary of Accommodation:
• Comfortable accommodation to sleep a total of 11 people over 5 cabins.
• Light and spacious main saloon with natural light flooding in from portlights.
• Excellent headroom throughout living space.
• Each cabin with en-suite toilet, including shower.
• All bunks of approximately 6’ 5” in length.
• Guest cabin mattresses replaced 2007.
• Saloon cushions replaced 2017

Accommodation Finish:
• Joinery work constructed of solid teak and teak veneered plywood, finished in a satin varnish.
• Soleboards through the boat are plywood finished with the traditional teak and holy veneer.
• Fitted carpets with bound edges in saloon (2017) and guest cabins (2013).
• Headlinings in saloon finished with off-white foam back vinyl panels with teak inlay between. Linings in all other areas of off-white vinyl panels.
• Where visible hull sides are lined with teak strip planking with moulded edges.
• Galley work surfaces finished with porcelain tiles.
• Heads all finished in the same manner with white melamine faced plywood and varnished teak trims with a bare teak sole grating.

Accommodation Layout from Forward:

Forward Cabin:
• Accessed at the forward end of the passageway forward.
• Two single berths in traditional V-berth layout.
• Bow thruster housing located centrally between the bunks.
• Combination washing machine/dryer located in locker at port aft end of cabin.
• En-suite heads to starboard with Jabsco manual marine toilet, wash hand basin, shower tray and vanity unit.

Port Guest Cabin:
• Accessed to port of the passageway forward.
• Single bunks in an over and under layout outboard at the aft end of the cabin.
• Hanging locker, drawers & mirrors with in cabin.
• En-suite heads with electric quiet flush marine toilet, wash hand basin, shower tray and vanity unit.

Starboard Guest Cabin:
• Accessed to starboard of the passageway forward.
• Single bunks in an over and under layout outboard at the aft end of the cabin.
• Hanging locker, drawers & mirrors with in cabin.
• En-suite heads with electric quiet flush marine toilet, wash hand basin, shower tray and vanity unit.

Main Saloon:
• Occupying the central area of the below decks living space, open to the portlights in the raised section of the superstructure.
• Wrap around U-shaped settee to starboard around a teak drop leaf table.
• Philips High Definition LCD TV and book case outboard of settee to starboard.
• 2-seater bench type settee to port with coffee table inboard.
• Drinks bar with fridge below
• Wine bottle and bespoke glass storage.

Chart Table:
• Port side of saloon, aft of settee.
• Aft facing navigators seat and chart table with storage built into table.
• Raymarine E120 MFD, DSC VHF Commandmic station and B&G Hydra repeater.

Aft Port Guest Cabin
• Accessed from a door to port of the companionway steps, aft of the chart table.
• Single bunks in an over and under layout outboard at the aft end of the cabin.
• Hanging locker, drawers & mirrors with in cabin.
• En-suite heads with electric quiet flush marine toilet, wash hand basin, shower tray and vanity unit.

• To starboard aft of the main saloon the walk through galley also serves as the passageway to access the master cabin aft.
• Marbled white counter tops.
• Twin stainless steel sinks with hot and cold faucets
• Top and front loading fridge.
• Top loading freezer.
• Combination microwave oven.
• Dishwasher.
• Storage with a selection of lockers outboard of worktop, drawers and locker beneath.

Master Cabin:
• Occupying the aft end of the below decks living space the cabin is accessed through the galley. The cabin also has its own companionway with compact sprayhood providing direct access on to the deck.
• Double bunk to port with single bunk to starboard.
• Hanging locker, drawers & mirrors with in cabin.
• En-suite heads with electric quiet flush marine toilet, wash hand basin and separate shower cubicle accessed from heads
• Vanity unit.


• Masthead cutter rigged sloop
• Hood Stoway mast with electric in-mast furling (repainted 2008)
• Hood boom. (stripped and repainted 2017)
• Reckmann hydraulic furling gears for foresail and staysail (new 2006), powered by 24v pump system
• Standing rigging – 1x19 Dyform lowers (2009). 1x19 Cap shrouds, intermediate shrouds, baby stay and tie strut (2010). Rod fore and cutter stays (2017).
• Hydraulic Seaway backstay tensioners
• Hydraulic Seaway boom vang
• Seaway Rig hydraulic system manually controlled from single station at starboard side of helm
• Spinnaker pole with all gear to fly, pole stowing on mast.
• Granny bars at mast
• 3 deck floodlights at spreaders

• All winches are from Lewmar with chrome finish.
• Primaries – 2 x 65 CST electric, controls on cockpit coamings
• Secondaries – 2 x 56 CST manual
• Mainsheet / Traveller – 2 x 52 CST manual
• Mainsail Outhaul – 1 x CST electric, port side of companionway with control below.
• Mast Halyards – 1 x 56 CST manual, 2 x 52 CST manual

• Sails removed and professionally serviced annually during current ownership.
• Furling Dacron mainsail with short vertical battens and Duraseam. (2004)
• Furling “Hydra Net” (dyneema) high performance genoa. Owen Sails (2013)
• Furling “Hydra Net” (dyneema) high performance staysail. Owen Sails (2014)
• Asymmetric spinnaker in sock.
• Lewmar Ocean deck hatches
• 13 Gebo opening hull ports (2008)
• Sliding Perspex hatch to aft companionway
• Varnished teak cockpit table
• Folding aluminium passerelle with rails
• Teak covered bathing platform with H&C shower
• Folding stainless steel bathing ladder on transom
• Deck wash pump outlet in cockpit
• Pushpit quarter seats (2008)
• Guardwire gates port and starboard
• Large lazerette stowage
• Deck stowage locker

Anchoring & Mooring:
• Lewmar 3000 electric windlass (2008). Plug in remote control at bow.
• Rocna 55kg bower anchor (2010)
• CQR 48kg kedge anchor
• Anchor chain – 110m, 12mm calibrated, galvanised chain (1 x 80m length, 1 x 30m length)
• Anchor warp – 110m, 28mm octaplait warp
• High pressure salt water deck wash pump at bow
• 2 x fender skirts
• 4 x large fenders
• 2 x large inflatable fenders
• 4 x Dyneema mooring lines
• Wooden fender board
• Selection of other warps

Canvas Work:
• Sprayhood on stainless steel frame. (2017)
• Full cockpit cover, zipping onto cockpit sprayhood frame forward with stainless steel frame aft. Roll up side and aft panels. (2010)
• Cockpit table cover. Padded on top surface to protect table.

• Stowed on Simpson davits.
• Honwave T40 AE inflatable dinghy, alloy floor with soft bottom (2018).
• Yamaha Enduro, 25hp, 2-stroke outboard.


General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Navigation Lights:
• Port & Starboard & Stern running lights
• Steaming light at first spreaders
• Anchor light at masthead
• Additional anchor light (LED) with 600mm dia. anchor ball, for hoisting on babystay
• Day Shapes – 2 further anchor balls and 2 cones
• “Not under command” light array for hoisting on babystay

Life saving:
• EPIRB, Ocean Signal ‘RescueMe’, class 2 (2018)
• 2 Life belts (1 with danbuoy, light and drogue, 1 with floating line, light and drogue)
• Plastimo Rescue Line, throw bag heaving line in pushpit holder
• Oscar Man Overboard Rescue Sling, mounted on pushpit
• Two deck mounted 8 man Liferafts, on hire from Norwest marine
• Search light

Fire control:
• 1 x Sea-Fire MD-250 manual fire suppression system in the engine room
• 1 x 1 kg Clean Agent automatic extinguisher in the Genset compartment
• 4 x 4 kg Dry powder extinguishers
• 4 x 1 kg Foam extinguishers
• 1 x 2 kg CO2 extinguisher
• 1 x Fire Blanket in galley
• Smoke detectors in all cabins

Other / additional safety equipment
• Currently coded to MCA CAT2 for 12 guests and 2 crew
• Emergency tiller
• MCA compliant Window blanks
• Technical manuals and design drawings
• MCA compliant Cat 2 Flares pack
• MCA compliant Cat 2 First Aid Kits

Viewing arrangements

Lying Argyll, Scotland, UK

Available to view strictly by appointment

Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00
Saturday by prior appointment

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

Lead Broker: Mark Cameron
Tel: Mobile: +44 (0)7988 763254
Email: mark@grabauinternational.com

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