(Source: Hall Spars)
The mast for the first Oyster 100 is on a truck bound for boatbuilder RMK Yachts in Tuzla, Turkey. The hull for the first of Oyster’s new superyacht range is nearing completion, with a much-anticipated launching scheduled for June. The Oyster superyachts are designed by Dubois Naval Architects.
The Oyster 100 hull is built of infused Vinylester composites cured in RMK’s 40m oven. The construction method creates a hull that’s light, strong, and extremely high performance – a yacht that will be perfectly complemented by its seamless, four-spreader Hall carbon mast. The 43.2m mast was built in a single piece in Hall’s new superyacht-friendly carbon shop in Brekens, Holland. Completing the spar package is a carbon-fiber Hall Oceanfurl boom.