27.08m 89 ft | 2017 | 6 Guests | 3 Cabins | 4 Crew
The 27m 2017 Oyster Marine sailing yacht AYNI is offered for sale and is an excellent example of the British yard’s commitment to building quality, comfortable yachts, with excellent performance under sail.
Hull number 8 of the Oyster 885 Series, AYNI has many features that her predecessors lack, including a full-beam salon with nearly 8ft of headroom thanks to an upgraded raised deckhouse design – the only 885 to have both – and a highly desirable L-shaped Owner’s suite with its own small lounge.
Additional innovations that set her apart from other Bluewater yachts under 100 feet include a carbon fibre mast and boom, twin rudders, bowsprit with code-zero capabilities, a spacious swim platform and a recessed tender.
AYNI’s interiors, exteriors and naval architecture are by Rob Humphreys and she radiates warmth and elegance, inside and out – indeed there’s an understated glamour to her outdoor decks, where guests can dine alfresco aft, or catch some rays in the sunken lounge area on the fore deck.
AYNI can accommodate 6+1 guests across three generous cabins, including that full-beam Owner’s suite, a double and a twin cabin with an additional Pullman berth. There is also space for four crew on board.
A genuine superyacht in a smaller and more manageable size and packed with proven technology, AYNI and her guests will be equally comfortable crossing oceans, anchored in a secluded tropical mangrove or competing in an offshore rally or onshore regatta.
Meticulously maintained, regardless of cost, by her single Owner from new, AYNI shows extremely well, and viewing is highly recommended.
AT A GLANCE
Latest photos of Ayni
|Length||27.08m 89 ft|
|Beam||6.33m 21 ft|
|Draft||3.50m 11 ft|
|Exterior designer||Rob Humphreys|
|Engines||1 x Cummins (330HP)|
|Cruising speed||8 Knots|
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