• 17.99m (59ft)Length:
  • Oyster 575 ‘Boarding Pass III’ |

    Oyster 575 ‘Boarding Pass III’

    BROCHURE: Oyster ‘Boarding Pass III’ (0.5MB)

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    Oyster 575 ‘Boarding Pass III’ was built in 2010. This is an exceptionally designed yacht with a sleek deck saloon and a spacious cockpit with twin wheels. The space below deck has been extremly well used to provide comfortable and practical accommodation.

    Below decks are four spacious cabins with a generous saloon and dining area. The spacious cockpit and table enables guests to dine alfresco and enjoy their surroundings in a secluded anchorage.

    For watersport entertainment, Boarding Pass III has a RIB with towing ring and snorkelling gear. Boarding Pass III will be available for charter over the summer in the Mediterranean.

    For most of the summer 2012, the Oyster 575 ‘Boarding Pass III’ will be in Sardinia and Corsica.

    The Oyster yachts we offer are based on the Mediterranean during the summer season. At the time of enquiring we will let you know excatly where particular yacht will be on the Mediterranean.

    All charter fees are per week, per boat only. Rates for special events may differ, please consult us for the most up to date information. Some of the rates shown are preliminary estimates and are subject to change.

    Taxes – Charter rates will be subject to varying rates of tax within the EC waters and tax is not included in the charter rates on this price list. Local taxes may also occur in certain places outside the EC.  Some yachts under commercial Registry may be zero rated for tax. Please ask us for the most up to date information for the yacht you are interested in and the cruising area.

    Extras / Terms
    Terms Inclusive of the charter fee is the yacht, and crew. Extra costs include, but are not limited to, shoreside transport; fuel for the main engines and generators; fuel for tenders and water sports equipment; food and all beverages for the Charter Party; berthing dues and other harbour charges including pilots’ fees, local taxes, divers’ fees, customs formalities and any charges for waste disposal, charges for water and electricity taken from shore; ships’ agents’ fees where applicable; personal laundry; Charter Party communications and internet use.

    The extras are normally arranged as a prepayment of approximately 25% of the cost of the boat that is handed over to the captain who keeps on file all the receipts and notes on the costs. If more money is needed while out there, it can be given directly to the captain, but if some money is left over it will be returned to the guests.