Ocean Star 51.2

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Boat Details

Make: Ocean Star
Model: 51.2
Year: 2002
LOA: 51ft/16m
Class: Sailing Cruiser
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Fin Keel
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Single Diesel
Layout: Aft Cockpit
Berths: 11
Cabins: 5
Aft Cabins: 2
Ancasta Ref: 26250
Vessel Name: Lady Desboro
Designed and built by Ocean Yachts Group in Greece

Blue GRP hull, re-sprayed and polished Jan 13
GRP deck and superstructure
Dual wheel steering
Fin keel
Teak laid side decks, All renovated Jan 13

LOA 15.95m
Hull length 14.91m
LWL 13.32m
Beam 4.58m
Draft 2.15m
Displacement 15700kg
Keel ballast 4060kg

2 Spreader deck stepped furling mast by Sparcraft
10mm SS standing rigging, all checked by Spencer Rigging on 3 Mar 15 and found to be serviceable.
Facnor roller furling headsail with twin luff groove
Spinnaker gear and pole
Sparcraft hydraulic boom vang

Genoa, 2 x Harken 56.2, two speed self tailing
Halyard, 1 x Harken 44, two speed self tailing
Other, 2 x Harken 44, two speed self tailing

Main, Quantum 2002
Genoa, Quantum 2002

Two triple forward symmetrical cabins with one double berth, one single bunk over the double. Drawer beneath double bed, lockers, and en-suite heads comprising Jabsco heads, handbasin and shower.
Two double aft symmetrical cabins with double berths, stowage beneath double bed, lockers, shelf along hull, large engine access board, en-suite heads comprising Jabsco heads, hanbasin and shower.
Skippers cabin with single berth, locker, entrance via deck hatch and through bulkhead from within cabin, stowage beneath bed, marine toilet and handbasin.
Large saloon with seating for 10 people and fixed dining table.
Galley comprises ENO 2 burner gas hob with oven, 12v Vitifridgio C130 fridge, top opening icebox and double sink.
Blue fabric upholstery to sleeping cabins.
Cream upholstery.
Cherry style laminate interior finish.
Eberspacher D5, 5.5kw cabin heating
Yanmar 4JH3-HTE-98
100hp 4 cylinder diesel
Fresh water cooled
Serviced Jan 12
Shaft drive to 3 blade fixed prop
Rope cutter

12v system
4 Batteries; 1 x 130AH bowthruster (charged by engine only), 2010
1 x 130Ah engine start, 2010
2 x 170AH Bosch service, 2007
Engine alternator
240v battery charger, ProchargherU, June 2015
Shore power and cable

1 x 500ltr steel fuel tank
3 x 500ltr steel water tanks
1 x steel black water tank

Pressuriesd water
Heated by emersion and heat exchanger
Compass, 2 x Olympic 135, 2002; Speed/log, Raymarine ST60, 2002;
Wind, Raymarine ST60, 2002; GPS, Raymarine, 2009;
Plotter, Raymarine RC520 plus, 2002; Echosounder, Raymarine ST6o, 2002;
VHF, Sailor C4900, 2002; Autopilot, Raymarine ST600H, 2002;
Navtex, NASA Pro-Plus, 2002; NASA AIS, 2007:
All Raymarine are networked

Delta anchor with 80m x 10mm chain
Quick electric windlass, 1500W
Seatech Seabrake GP30 & Towkit

Liferaft, Nautica Altura SIN073ZAI, due service Mar 12
Lifebuoy x 2
Coastal flare pack, exp Dec 14
Lifejackets x 6
Fire blanket
Fire extinguishers, 1 x automatice and 5 x manual

Gas detector; Boarding ladder; Passarelle;
Dinghy, Suzamar 2.4m, 2002; Outboard, Susuki 2.2hp, 2002;
Bilge pumps, 2 x automatic; Nav lights;
Pulpit, pushpit and guardwire;
Sprayhood, replaced in 2010; Bimini, replaced in 2010;
Warps, fenders and boathook; Engine spares;
Cutlery, crockery and utensils; Radio, CD;
Jack Stays; Deck shower (hot and cold mixer tap):
The Ocean Star 51.2 presents as a very spacious and comfortable family cruiser, sleeping up to 11 people and with a large saloon. She comes with a very comprehensive inventory and is waiting to sail away on her next family adventure. She has just undergone hull re-spray and had her teak decks renovated. Truly a Lady where viewing is highly recommended. She is based in Cowes on the Isle of Wight, and viewings can be arranged through our Cowes office.
Since purchasing her in 2007 for family cruising, we have cruised extensively including around Britain circumnavigation, many trips to France and the Channel Islands and across Biscay to the Spanish Rias.
She is a substantially built, comfortable, safe, family cruising yacht and we have enjoyed owning her, unfortunately no longer able to make use of her.