Oyster 625: A Mini Review
Carol Vernon reviews this refined design for the 2010 CW Sailboat Show.
The new 625 from Rob Humphreys and Oyster Marine continues to refine the looks and functionality of the raised saloon deck layout that the company made famous years ago. With stanchions and cleats now integral with the bulwarks, the decks keep getting cleaner and sleeker. Designed with dedicated crew accommodations, there is still room for two double guest cabins forward and a larger owners suite aft, all with private heads. There is another space off the owners cabin that can be an office, workshop or guest cabin. Major options include large, vertical portlights in the hull surrounding the salon, a choice of rigs and a standard, shoal or super-shoal keel.
Read the full review of the Oyster 625 here.