Just a few weeks ago, Oyster Yachts delivered its first-ever 125-footer, Twilight, to her new owner. He immediately put her up for sale on the brokerage market at an asking price of €16.8 million, or about $21.7 million at the current conversion rate.
The Oyster 125 was built in collaboration with Dubois design as the first flybridge sailing yacht at an LOA less than 160 feet. The Dubois team previously designed the 178-foot Alloy flybridge sailing yacht Tiara as well as the 169-foot Alloy flybridge sailing yacht Kokomo, and used those projects to refine the concept for the smaller Oyster package.
Twilight has an LOA of 125 feet, a length at waterline of 116 feet and a beam of 29 feet. Draft is 13 feet with a ballast keel, fabricated fin and lead bulb.
Her construction is composite, with a hull and deck made from resin-infused layup GRP that incorporates Kevlar and carbon. Her outer hull laminate is Vinylester resin.
Twilight sleeps eight guests in four cabins, with additional cabins for six crew. She is available for viewing this summer in the Mediterranean and will be on display at the Monaco Yacht Show in September. Learn more at www.oysteryachts.com.