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Make the world your 'Oyster' at London Luxury Afloat

by British Marine 29 Mar 2022 03:06 PDT 21-24 April 2022
Make the world your Oyster at London Luxury Afloat © Oyster

London Luxury Afloat, the brand-new showcase event taking place in the heart of city, will be bringing together not one, not two, but four of the most luxurious sailing yachts from Oyster, as part of its stunning line-up of sailing, motor and superyachts.

Discerning boat buyers seeking the perfect yacht for blue water adventures or lazy days relaxing in the sun, need look no further than London Luxury Afloat, which takes place at the St. Katharine Docks from 21-24 April.

On display will be the new Oyster 495, alongside Oyster's acclaimed 565, 595 and 885 models.

Already heralded the new blue water benchmark and anticipated as a game changer for luxury, custom built cruising yachts, the Oyster 495 makes its world premiere at London Luxury Afloat before departing on the first leg of its World Premiere tour.

Oyster Brokerage will be showcasing the stunning Oyster 885 'Clare'. The flagship 90-foot sailing yacht delivers comfort and safety with uncompromising performance, capable of taking you anywhere in the world effortlessly, in luxury and style.

Visitors will also be privy to the first public appearance of the new Oyster 595. Well-proportioned and extremely versatile, she can be sailed effortlessly by two people as well as easily accommodating family and friends. Offering exciting, customised build options with no compromise, she is Oyster's fastest-selling yacht to date and capable of great things!

And last but no means least in the line-up is, the award-winning Oyster 565. This 60-foot blue water cruiser is a sailing yacht for all oceans. The ultimate pocket superyacht, the 565 is practical and well-provisioned for long distance sailing, but equally happy cruising in coastal waters.

"We are extremely excited that Oyster will be bringing so many of their exquisite yachts to the show. It will provide visitors a unique opportunity to see all four Oyster yachts in one location and give them the chance to compare the vessels side by side, without having to leave the city," commented Lesley Robinson, British Marine CEO.

Prefer the roar of an engine?

If sailing isn't for you, then alongside the fabulous line-up of Oyster yachts, guests will be able to view a whole range of prestigious motor yachts from leading brands including Sunseeker, Fairline, Pearl, Azimut and Ryck.

Full details of all the boats on display can be found at

Alongside its impressive line-up of luxury sail and motor yachts, offering guests the chance to take advantage of one-to-one viewings with brand experts, the boutique style event promises dedicated London Luxury Afloat VIP hospitality experiences, access to selective landside displays featuring smaller craft, products and services that complement the impressive line-up of yachts on display, plus the chance to enjoy St. Katharine Docks' wide range of waterfront bars, cafes and restaurants.

Find out more about St. Katharine Docks at

Get your ticket

For marina access visitors will need to purchase a London Luxury Afloat ticket, while access to shoreside exhibits is completely free of charge.

Marina access tickets cost £45 for adults, with children 15 and under free with an adult ticket holder. Tickets available at -

For more information about London Luxury Afloat visit

London Luxury Afloat is brought to you British Marine, the team behind the hugely popular Southampton International Boat Show.

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