Yacht for Charter
BALANCE

54ft / 16.5M | Builder: Oyster Yachts | Year: 2010
Yacht Charter BALANCE

Yacht Charter BALANCE By Oyster Yachts

Length 54ft (16.5m)
Beam 15ft 1in (4.6m)
Draft 7ft 9in (2.36m)
Year Built 2010
Builder Oyster Yachts
Designer Not known
Staterooms 2
Sleeps 4
Refit 2019
Cruising Speed 8kts (15kph)
Stabilisers None
Flag Jamaica
Engines 110 HP YANMAR
Locations Caribbean, East Coast United States
From: $12,500 plus expenses

Contact Us For More Information

Preferred method of contact:

BALANCE accommodates up to 4 guests in two staterooms.
OWNER’S STATEROOM 
Aft cabin with double berth slightly offset to port with custom high quality fully sprung/memory
foam split mattress with three lee cloths. Beneath the berth is a large drawer and further topaccess
for storage or maintenance. Settee with stowage under and a dressing table/desk to
starboard with access to electric plug sockets underneath. Large hanging locker, beveled
mirror, plus several other lockers and drawers.
FORWARD DOUBLE 
Provides a spacious double cabin in the bow, with a centerline double berth, with a drawer CABIN and locker beneath. A shelf incorporates hinged-up lid stowage bins both port and starboard.
To port aft there is a large hanging locker. The deck is accessible via the overhead forehatch.
Beveled mirror and electric sockets.
Captain: Roy RogersCaptain: Roy Rogers

Roy “SkipperRoy” Rogers first experienced sailing when he was in university with ambitions to become an attorney. In law school he bought a neglected 15-foot Albacore that he fixed up and sailed, not as the racing class boat it was designed to be, but as a cruising boat, chasing his curiosity to see what lay around the next cape or over the horizon.

That desire to explore the world from the deck of a sailboat exceeded his mid-1980s pretensions as an ambitious criminal defense lawyer. So, he hitched a ride on a southbound Alberg 30, survived a hurricane at sea, and washed ashore on St Thomas, in the U.S. Virgin Islands. There he found work as a marine technician with a bareboat charter company, earned his captain's license and began a new career.

As a charter yacht captain, he discovered a new enthusiasm – sharing his knowledge and experience of exploring the world from the deck of a sailboat with charter guests. He was encouraged to become an American Sailing Association-certified instructor and taught the ASA curriculum extensively.

In 2012 and again in 2016, SkipperRoy was awarded the distinction of American Sailing Association Outstanding Instructor. Now, proud to be the captain of Oyster 54 BALANCE, he is eager to share his knowledge and experience and is uniquely qualified to do so.

Ammenities
CD library, DVD player saloon, Satellite radio, TV master cabin, TV saloon, Wi-Fi, 9ft/3m RIB 15hp, Deck shower, Special diets, Swim platform, Water maker
Diving
Not Insured