Oyster 575 Recenzie OH DEAR!

Oyster 575 Recenzie OH DEAR!

Ne pare rău că nu există niciun episod săptămâna aceasta, deoarece Judy și cu mine am fost plecați. Din păcate, tatăl meu a murit, așa că am petrecut săptămâna trecută în nordul Germaniei. Episoadele vor continua săptămâna viitoare, dar pentru această săptămână avem un altul în seria noastră de recenzii de barca de la Annapolis. Trebuie să recunosc că sunt ușor supărat de felul în care merg Oyster cu bărcile lor. Abia când am fost la bord, am aflat că acum și-au schimbat întreaga gamă la o configurație cu două cârme. Presupun că faptul că Oyster a fost întotdeauna sinonim cu bărcile de lux de top înseamnă că ar fi tentați să urmeze exemplul altor mărci care fac tot posibilul pentru a maximiza spațiul interior și a produce o barcă care apreciază să aibă canapele lângă patul king-size. cabina de la pupa deasupra capacității reale de navigare! După cum ați putea ghici, i-am dat un pic de greu vânzătorului! Nu ar trebui să ne așteptăm la mai mult de la o companie care conduce un miting în jurul lumii? ––––––––––––––––– ––––––––––––––––– ––––– Urmărește-ne pe Instagram #svfairisle –––––––––– ––––––––––––––––– –––––––––––- Vă rugăm să vă abonați-nu vă costă nimic și ne ajută să ieșim cu tubul You ALGORITM ––––––––––––––––- ––––––––––––––––– ––––– Mai degrabă vezi videoclipurile noastre fără reclame?… Există o modalitate… PATREON: Există o modalitate de a vedea videoclipurile curente fără reclame înainte ca acestea să fie fii eliberat publicului devenind membru de onoare al echipajului și alăturându-te grupului nostru Patreon. Veți avea patru sau cinci zile pentru a vedea cel mai recent videoclip înaintea oricui. Există, de asemenea, o mulțime de videoclipuri suplimentare disponibile pe Patreon și ne puteți contacta direct la bord. De asemenea, avem acum sesiuni lunare Zoom cu Patreons, ceea ce este foarte distractiv! Continuarea producerii acestor videoclipuri depinde de patronii noștri și suntem foarte recunoscători pentru sprijin: https://www.patreon.com/sailingfairis… ––––––- ––––––––––––––––– ––––––––––––––– FACEBOOK: Poți Urmărește și pe facebook unde actualizăm constant ce se întâmplă: https://www.facebook.com/svfairisle/?…. ––––––– ––––––––––––––––– ––––––––––––––- SITE WEB: Multe mai multe informații despre site-ul web; http://www.sailingfairisle.com –––––––––––––– ––––––––––––––––– ––––––––-


23 thoughts on “Oyster 575 Recenzie OH DEAR!

  1. My condolences in regards to your Father passing!
    Mine passed away too soon and he never got to see my boat.
    So I took some of his ashes, drilled a hole in the flag pole and put him in there with some epoxy That way He is sailing with me wherever I go!
    All the best Richard

  2. Having sailed on a 625 I’d have to agree with a lot of the comments, however whoever designed the hull shape and rig got it very right, it sailed like a dream. Its a shame that Oyster then seems to make the wrong choices for the rest of the fit out.

  3. More of an apartment than a boat. For the owner seeking said, a good choice. The boat feels sterile. Once again the galley on the side so no cohesive social area and wide open space to fly around in. Volvo engine–get ready to spend bucks on maintenance. The aversion to twin rudders–personally, I just see those rudders as rakes and also they double the chances of impact damage and mechanical issues. But maybe that's just traditionalist bias. Those portlights–at least they can be replaced without much fuss. Imagine having to removed and reseal one of the currently omnipresent one-piece curved tinted lenses? The positive–these are incredible living platforms, comfy, commodious and structurally sound. Also, the line has been successful and it seems like Oyster is not going anywhere soon, so parts and tech support are there. Thank you for being candid.

  4. I won't be parting with someone else's £1.2M for a boat with twin collapsible rudders ( I know I've haven't you yet honey, but I'm being careful already) the guy was full of poop once on deck.
    Sorry to hear of your loss Steve, tough times. Best wishes from Scotland.

  5. He says 800 Ah Lithium battery. But he does not say at what voltage? If 12 v thats 9600 watts ,at 24 its 19200 watts and at 48 volts where I would expect it to be 40,000 watts. Telling you the voltage makes a big difference to the size of battery..

  6. I much agree with you assessment of the Oyster having viewed the latest coverage of the 495. It would seem ponsification has intervened between quality (an Oyster strength) with design integrity.

    Presumably their market is made up of those who desire to be seen on a yacht as opposed to sailing one in wild off-shore conditions.

  7. Totally agree on the twin rudders giving more interior space vs. safety – a trade off I would not wanna make on a blue water boat. Also Amel has the twins for the same reason 👎. Thanks for sharing!

  8. Everyone is entitled to their own opinions, of course, but my own opinion is that you're overstating the advantages of a single skeg hung rudder as a "requirement" for a bluewater boat. You realize that just about every catamaran has twin, non-skeg rudders, right? None of them are suitable for crossing oceans? Plus, you know the vast majority of £10M-£50M+ world cruising superyachts by some of the most respected builders in the world like Baltic, Swan, Royal Huisman, Pendennis, Perini Navi, and yes, Oyster, are being built with twin and/or non-skeg hung rudders, right? None of them are suitable to cross oceans and go to remote areas? These are designed by some of the best naval architects in the world – you think they are all choosing to build unsafe boats? I think we'd be hearing about it if the largest sailing yachts in the world, who cross oceans all the time, were all having issues – and I doubt the best designers would keep doing it if rudders were falling off these yachts all the time. I think maybe a fair argument is that skeg>non-skeg but I'd argue that 2 rudders>1 rudder (redundancy if one gets damaged) – so maybe the ideal is 2 skeg hung rudders, which I'm not sure exists?!? Otherwise, it's plusses and minuses. Look, we all get that you are a big fan of Kraken, but honestly your videos are starting to feel a little like Kraken marketing pieces (remind us, have you disclosed any kind of financial relationship with Kraken or its owners?). This film felt a little like an Oyster ambush where you clearly had an agenda to promote. Again, fully respect your right to offer your opinion – but it's just that, your opinion. And that opinion is clearly not shared by many of the world's top naval architects, designers, and boat builders.

  9. oysters so old fashioned and not in a good way. cruisers want visibility while under way for one thing, they need a raised pilothouse option. not a pretend blue water Bimini, look at moody, orion 49, and every catamaran out there. socializing and shite weather helming. a raised keel option, theyre learning.

  10. Hmmm. Not so sure about the superiority of hydraulic over electric. The fact is, in the last 20 years more and more large cargo ships are using electric mooring winches, where they used to have hydraulic only. Benefits of no hydraulic lines that can corrode etc. are valid. And with proper electric protection you get an easy, very linear and powerful integration… Pros and cons, vs, single preference bias.

  11. My goodness Steve you were really thorough with that Oyster Guy. Great questions and a tough review. But you represented the sailing community well. Most interesting area was the use of electric power v hydraulic! Thank you. ⛵️

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