The Oyster 565 is the entry level build in the G6 fleet, which offers seven models total. She is 59’3″ LOA and has a beam of 16’9″. Standard layout options include a master suite aft, plus two guest staterooms forward and communal space that has the option to be turned into a berth. Or flip the layout and put the master forward and guest staterooms aft. Want more space for guests? There’s an option to change the two twin staterooms to one large room for the VIP experience.
The Oyster 595 is designed to fit between the Oyster 565 and the Oyster 675 as part of a family of three yachts. She has a 63’2″ LOA and has a beam of 17’7″. The 595 has the same layout options as the 565 with the master stateroom available aft or forward, but with the extra space on the 63-footer, she allows for three double guest staterooms.
The new layout designs for the 565 and 595 with the master forward are a ‘first’ for Oyster Yachts, according to the London-based builder.
Both models are designed with the twin rudder hull found in the G6 fleet. Owners can also choose to extend the transom on either model, which not only provides more lounging deck space aft but also doubles the size of the lazarette storage enough to accommodate a dinghy.
Quick specs for the 565: Her standard engine package contains a Volvo Penta D3-150 110 kW (150 hp) engine and she can hold 1,000 liters (264 gallons) of fuel.
Quick specs for the 595: Her standard engine package contains a Yanmar 6BY3-160 117 kW (160 hp) engine and she can hold 1,500 liters (396 gallons) of fuel.