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REINA

Oyster Sold 25.15m 2013

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REINA yacht for sale

REINA

Sold

25.15m

2013

Displacement 56t
Beam 6.31m
Guests 6
Guest Cabin 3
Crew 3
Reina, an Oyster 825, is a shining example of the ever-developing, long- standing collaboration between Oyster’s design team and Naval Architect, Rob Humphreys. Rob and his team bring proven success across all sectors – luxury, grand prix and production. The Oyster 825 is the 16th design from this partnership.

In its 42-year history, Oyster has garnered a reputation for building solid, high-quality bluewater cruisers, at home on the high seas and often encountered in the most far-flung corners of the world. I am quite surprised, then, when we head out into a near-windless Med for a trial sail and discover that far from being a chunky, heavy, ocean thoughbread, this modern 24 metre is light, nimble and – when it comes to sailing – remarkably easily driven.

With the breeze hovering between 2.5 and 4 knots, we hoist the in-boom furled main and unroll the blade jib, and with a gentle hand on the wheel, she moves. At 30 degrees apparent, we’re clocking close to 5 knots – more than a knot above true wind – and it’s a similar story when we bear away and try the furling Code 0. With the apparent wind just forward of 90 degrees, she ticks along at a knot above true wind. She’s not just a light airs special either, “We’ve had her surfing at 16 knots, on the passage past Portugal, without much effort,” beams her captain James Micklem “and she really enjoys 10 to 12 knots of wind.”

Build & Design

Specifications

Overview

  • Name: REINA
  • Yacht Type: Sail Yacht

Dimensions

  • Length Overall: 25.15m (82' 6")
  • Length at Waterline: 21.97m (72' 0")
  • Beam: 6.31m (20' 8")
  • Max Draught: 3.43m (11' 3")
  • Displacement Tonnage: 56.00

Construction

  • Builder: Oyster
  • Year of Build: 2013
  • Hull Number: 825-01

Performance & Capacities

  • Fuel Capacity: 3000.00L / 792.52USG
  • Water Capacity: 2000.00L / 528.34USG

Engines

  • Make: Cummins
  • Model: QSB 5.9
  • Type: Diesel
  • Quantity: 1

Materials

  • Hull: GRP
  • Superstructure: GRP
  • Deck: Teak

Accommodation

  • Guests: 6
  • Passenger Rooms: 3
  • Master Rooms: 1
  • Double Rooms: 1
  • Twin Rooms: 1

Deck plans

REINA deck plans

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