Cookielicious- Oyster 72

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COOKIELICIOUS, a 2006 Oyster 72, came to LM in May of 2013. Her new owners brought her to us for comprehensive maintenance and a cosmetic refit. We repainted boot stripes, cove stripe, cap rail and spin pole (all in “Range Rover Vesuvius Orange!”), pulled and serviced the entire rig, refurbished all seacocks, completely rebuilt and repainted all deckhouse windows and refurbished most onboard systems. She sailed away on July 1st,.

 

Layout and Design

The Oyster 72 was conceived from the outset to blend the live-aboard and seamanlike qualities of a typical Oyster within a design where high performance was of equal or greater priority. Modern composite engineering produced a hull and deck that are both light and stiff, without compromising the strength, durability and ease of handling for which Oysters are known.

The Oyster 72 has a sleek deck and cockpit design, with her rolled edge side decks, transom stairwell and a host of ‘superyacht’ style features. The Oyster 72 saloon is spacious and complements the large cockpit.
LOA: 74'
LWL: 64'
Beam: 19'
Draft: 9'
Displacement: 105,821 lbs
Builder: Oyster Marine
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    10/08/2013 Cookielicious - the Oyster 72 in the west bay of Building 11. Some of the teak deck planks will be reefed out, routed and new caulk installed.
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    10/08/2013 Oyster 72 Cookielicious Interior work will include rebuilding the heads located amidships and forward, re-varnish the cockpit table. Interior carpentry and finish projects include refinishing handrails, repairing nav station wood trim, salon stairs, and some minor repairs to the bed in the master suite.
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    11/14/2013 Ted Smith, Drew Lyman and Steve Tofield up early for the send off.
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Mobile © 2012 LM

Cookielicious arrives!© 2012 LM

10/08/2013 Cookielicious - the Oyster 72 in the west bay of Building 11. Some of the teak deck planks will be reefed out, routed and new caulk installed.

10/08/2013 Oyster 72 Cookielicious Interior work will include rebuilding the heads located amidships and forward, re-varnish the cockpit table. Interior carpentry and finish projects include refinishing handrails, repairing nav station wood trim, salon stairs, and some minor repairs to the bed in the master suite.

New Batteries for Cookielicious!

Prep work for paint job!

Paint on!

11/14/2013

11/14/2013 Ted Smith, Drew Lyman and Steve Tofield up early for the send off.

11/14/2013

11/14/2013

11/14/2013

11/14/2013

11/14/2013

11/14/2013

2013. Her new owners brought her to us for a pretty comprehensive maintenance and cosmetic refit. We repainted boot stripes, cove stripe, cap rail and spin pole (all in “Range Rover Vesuvius Orange!”), pulled and serviced the entire rig, refurbished all seacocks, completely rebuilt and repainted all deckhouse windows and refurbished most onboard systems. She sailed away on July 1st,.

October 2013

She's back...after a great summer plying the waters of Newport, the Vineyard, Nantucket & Block Island

The Oyster 72 Cookielicious returned to Lyman-Morse end of September for fall work. Before Cookielicious heads south for winter in the Caribbean, team Lyman-Morse will paint the boom and the mast. Interior work will include rebuilding the heads located amidships and forward, re-varnish the cockpit table. Interior carpentry and finish projects include refinishing handrails, repairing nav station wood trim, salon stairs, and some minor repairs to the bed in the master suite. Some of the teak deck planks will be reefed out, routed and new caulk installed. We will do the regular checks on generator, fuel tanks, and batteries and replace the davit lines. Finally, Oyster is sending us a new upper rudder bearing and the bimini will reconfigured to accommodate the strata-glass sail viewing window.

These projects will bring comfort to all!

Cookielicious set sail for Bermuda, Thursday November 14! Bon Voyage!

 


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