Offered as a new-build Oyster between 2002 and 2017, the sleek and stylish 825 Deck Saloon was an exciting addition to our iconic range of blue water sailing yachts.
Building on the engineering knowledge gained from our successful development of sailing superyachts, the 825 sits just above the threshold of an 80ft sailing yacht and provides the ‘superyacht experience’ in both style and comfort, with an impressive performance to match.
A powerful yacht with clean, easily driven hull lines by Humphreys Yacht Design and styling and engineering from the Oyster Design team, the 825 can achieve 250 miles per day on long passages without drawing breath.
Just as at home safely exploring the world’s oceans as cruising the Costa Smeralda, the 825 is a blue water sailing yacht designed for the owner who seeks adventure and performance, with the peace of mind of safety and comfort.
Designed for family and friends sailing, this iconic Oyster has a practical and spacious cockpit to safely and comfortably separate guests from sail handling and operation, whilst her generous flush decks forward and aft provide the perfect spot for enjoying the action, or simply relaxing; perfect for the owner who enjoys sailing the yacht with the balance of support from a professional crew.
Featuring the striking contemporary styling seen on the Oyster 625, 725 and 885 blue water sailing yachts, the 825 has clear deck-lounging areas and our signature vertical ‘Seascape’ windows – a defining characteristic of an innovative new breed of Oyster.
With nearly 15% more internal volume that her predecessor - the acclaimed Oyster 82 - the 825 provides generous owner and guest accommodation in the 3 double cabins aft, whilst providing a clear separation of space for up to 4 professional crew to discreetly run the yacht.
Below decks she houses a large, full-width saloon giving a remarkable feeling of light and space that is further enhanced by the side-sliding glass companionway. From every angle she is refined and elegant.
The Oyster 825 was offered in Deck Saloon and Raised Saloon versions through the Oyster Custom and Refit teams in Southampton and is succeeded by the Oyster 885 Series 2 bluewater yacht.