The First Oyster Superyacht – Oyster 100 – 01 Sarafin
Measuring in at 101.05 feet or 30.8 metres, Oyster 100 – 01 Sarafin was the first ever Oyster superyacht.
Launched in 2012, Oyster 100 Sarafin marked the successful conclusion of the first phase of a long-term project, which brought together the award-winning trio of Dubois Naval Architects, Oyster Yachts and RMK Marine. She provided a sophisticated entry into superyacht ownership, with the specification and features of much larger yachts, and the added benefit of an all-composite construction, making her far lighter than her rivals.
The Oyster 100 has a raised saloon that offers a panoramic view. This leads forward and down below decks to a more intimate lounge and separate dining area. Sarafin follows the standard Oyster 100 accommodation layout, with crew mess, galley and two crew cabins located forward of the main living area. The master suite and two guest staterooms are found aft with accommodation in place for up to eight guests. Flexible guest accommodation is provided with the inclusion of two large single beds fitted on slide rails to create two double beds when required, while two additional pullman beds can be added for hosting additional guests. A six-cabin variant was made available during production of the Oyster 100, offering a fourth double guest cabin forward.
Oyster 100 Sarafin registered as a finalist for her exterior design and styling in the 2012 Showboats Design Awards, and received special commendation as the best 30-40m sailing yacht in the 2012 World Superyacht Awards.
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