• Oyster World Rally Fleet Plans Relief Work After Lombok Earthquake

    Oyster World Rally sailors are determined to contribute to relief efforts after Sunday’s Lombok earthquake, which left parts of the island shattered and more than 156,000 people moved to temporary shelters after extensive damage to their homes. The World Rally fleet was in Indonesia at the time with most of the yachts free-cruising around the region and fortunately avoided the disaster. 

  • Oyster completes first yacht under new ownership

    Oyster Yachts is proud to announce the first completion and delivery of a legacy vessel since entering new management earlier this year. The Oyster 575 had been initially ordered under the previous ownership but had been left incomplete when the business fell into administration, leaving new leadership to take charge of finishing the yacht build.

  • Oyster Yachts buoyed by landmark safety deal with Lloyd’s Register

    Oyster Yachts is delighted to announce a strategic partnership with Lloyd’s Register EMEA (securing a safety certification process which will be implemented on all newly built Oyster yachts.


Winter 2017 // Issue 80

News From The World Of Oyster: an update on the Oyster World Rally 2017-2019 // In Build: Design & Technical Innovations // BVI, Palma and Bermuda regattas // Get inspired by the real-life stories of our owners' adventures.

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Pearl of the Pacific - Ocean Magazine

Many boat owners, despite their best intentions, never find the time to spend more thank the odd weekend on the water. Others buck the trend and commit to the dream of a lifetime. What is it like to live onboard for a two-year lap around the entire world?

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Ocean Magazine - Power Play

Since taking over as CEO of Oyster Yachts in 2008, David Tydeman has successfully restructured the top boat builder, consolidating operations and expanding the range into larger models and superyachts. 

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Superyacht Business

David Tydeman, Oyster Yachts' group chief executive reveals his strategy for targeting the lucrative semi-custom sailing sector. 

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