Oyster presents the 125 Flybridge by Dubois
Whilst the Oyster 100 Superyacht project gathers momentum, with tooling completed and work about to start on moulding the first hull, the Oyster 125 will now be offered with an optional flybridge.
Inspired by some of the larger Dubois designs, the Oyster 125 will incorporate a sleek, cleverly designed flybridge area that caps the deckhouse and will accommodate twin wheels, power and sailing controls, while at the same time providing a commanding view and a comfortable seating and sun lounge area for guests. The flybridge will also provide an area of complete privacy when the yacht is at rest.
The aft end of the flybridge roof is designed to effectively cover the aft deck level cockpit so as to take the place of a bimini awning. Apart from the convenience of the flybridge itself, the additional space this extra level creates offers a serious upgrade to the vessel’s potential accommodation at saloon level, allowing enough space for a serious dining table, separate chairs and other occasional furniture.
All of this is on a single, raised level ensuring a panoramic outboard vista through the sculptured deckhouse windows.
The accommodation configuration of the 125 offers three spacious twin or double en suite guests cabins and a spacious owner’s stateroom aft. Forward, the vessel has a large galley, crew mess and three crew cabins, all en suite, as befitting a yacht of this size.
The Oyster 125 will be available in both deck saloon and flybridge versions, although the first Oyster 125 will be built with the flybridge, tooling for which is starting this summer, with a target launch of May 2011.