Oyster. The name exudes a sense of respect and adventure within the worldwide yachting community, with a legacy brand that continues today. The Oyster 68 plays a significant role in the history of this accomplished pedigree, with proven success as a world-class cruiser. Whether rounding Cape Reinga or Cape Horn, Aghavni II is sure to delight its new owner in style and luxury.
In addition to performance as a powerful ocean cruising yacht offshore, the classic hull lines and sleek profile make her equally impressive while resting in port. The beneficiary of extensive refits from a line of meticulous owners, Aghavni II boasts a fine example of building quality and performance excellence. Designed by Holman/Pye and launched in 1991, the expansive yacht offers luxury accommodation for up to ten guests in five cabins. She has a fully battened mainsail for increased performance, and hydraulic push button furling for winches and headsails. Her interior is finished with light oak joinery, providing a bright ambiance to compliment her custom herringbone finishes.
The experienced multi-Oyster current owner has meticulously upheld her detailed maintenance schedule with systems ready for her next offshore adventure. We look forward to sharing this distinct offering and introducing you to the tradition and heritage of this very special Oyster moored in Picton in the beautiful South Island.
This is a summary of the key equipment onboard;
- Skeg rudder cable and chain which is solid and reliable.
- Lead in the keel, 2.72 draft with great stability and righting movement.
- Huge tankage for extended ocean cruising
- 225 horsepower engine to keep you ahead of the weather
- 220 and 110 voltage for globe-trotting
- Airconditioning throughout
- July 2020 antifoul and prop speed
- B &G electronics
- Cutter rigged
- Beautifully clean, tidy, and ready to view.
Get in touch for a detailed inventory, full operations document, spare parts inventory, & maintenance schedule. Every detail has been recorded, including where to find the battery switch on your first viewing of the boat.