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2008 Oyster 8211C

Safe Harbor Puerto del Rey

The Sundowner of Tortola is a 2008 Oyster yacht, Model 8211C High Level Deck Saloon with a draft of 8 feet with centerboard up and 14 feet with centerboard down, 21 feet of beam and 82 feet of overall length. Caterpillar 350HP Engine; 2 Northern Lights Generators 22kw. Space for 6 guest and 3 crew. Includes cradle. Vessel professionally maintained and ready to go.

Basic Boat Info

Make: Oyster
Model: 8211C
Year: 2008
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: OYST811
Has Hull ID: Yes


Length: 82 ft
Length Overall: 81'11 ft
Waterline Length: 70'6 ft
Beam: 20'9 ft
Max Draft: 14 ft
Min Draft: 8'4 ft
Displacement: 140,017 lb
Cabins Count: 5

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Caterpillar
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 350hp


Heads Count: 4
Boat Class: Cruisers, Sloop


Frank D. Gordon
Frank Gordon Yacht Sales


Frank Gordon Yacht Sales
2300 E. Las Olas Blvd. Suite 3E
Fort Lauderdale, FL, US, 33301


The layout allows for a maximum of 6 guest berths and 2/3 crew, in 5 cabins, without using the saloon for sleeping, with 4 heads and showers. Each cabin will have a hanging locker and a mirror fitted.

  • Raymarine Auto-pilot
  • Bow-Thruster & Stern-Thruster
  • Backstay & Vang Hydraulics
  • Watermaker
  • 2 Northern Lights Generators 22kw each
  • Raymarine Systems
  • Sound Systems
  • 6 A/C Units
Deck Gear

Winches – Lewmar

* 2 x Lewmar 88/3 SEST three speed, electric drive, stainless steel self-tailing primary winches.

* 2 x Lewmar 77/2 SEST two speed electric drive, stainless steel GY, self-tailing secondary


* 1 x Lewmar 68 SEST electric drive, stainless steel GY self-tailing mainsheet winches

* 1 x Lewmar 77/3 SEST electric drive, stainless steel GY, self-tailing main halyard winch.

* 1 x Lewmar 65 CST, chrome GY, self-tailing reefing control line winch fitted on mast.

* 1 x 40 CST chrome GY, self-tailing mainsheet traveller control winch.

* 2 x winch handle pockets - 1 in cockpit and 1 on mast.


Hydraulic Powerpack

A Lewmar "Commander 400", with 5-functions, is fitted to power the following:

* 1 x Anchor Windlass.

* 1 x Staysail Furling Drive for Reckmann Furling Unit.

* 1 x Genoa Furling Drive for Reckmann Furling Unit.

* 1 x Main Furling Drive for Reckmann Furling Unit.

* 1 x Outhaul Hydraulic Arm


The Deck Gear also features:

* Custom Stainless Steelwork

* Deck Hardware (Staysail, Genoa Sail, Main Sail, etc.)

* Anchoring System:

o Lewmar 4000 Vertical, capstan style and hydraulic windlass.

o 145 pounds Spade Anchor at stem head fitting.

o 140 pounds CQR Anchor stored in the aft lazarette.

o 300 feet of 13mm calibrated S.S. chain is fitted to match the windlass.

Engineering –Mechanical, Plumbing

Engine: A single Caterpillar Turbo-charged 3126TA diesel engine of 350 Hp (261kW) at 2800rpm is

fitted. The gearbox is a Twin Disc MG 5061A, which gives a reduction of 2.88:1 and incorporates a 7-

degree down angle.

Stern Gear: A 4-bladed Varifold feathering propeller is connected to the engine via a 2.5” (63mm)

diameter stainless steel propeller shaft, through a S.S. custom fabricated A-bracket and stern gland

fitted with a remote greaser. The Varifold feathers its blades to improve sailing performance. It

eliminates stern gear noise and wear while sailing.

Engine Room: Access is via a hatch by the Nav Station, any other panels are fitted with rubber sealing

strips to minimize noise and are secured by positive catches. The engine room is built of Barrifloor (or

equivalent) sound insulating plywood. The entire area is insulated with a foam and barrier insulation

using 60mm of foam with two layers of high-density polymer sandwiched between it. Two automatic

fire extinguishers are fitted with remote indicator lights.

Bowthruster & Sternthruster: A 300 Lewmar Vertical Retract (30Hp), retractable, hydraulic

bowthruster and sternthruster are fitted, driven off two generators PTO shaft. A hydraulic oil tank is

fitted, giving ample oil reserves as well as providing oil cooling. A generator speed-up solenoid is fitted,

to automatically increase engine RPM when using the thrusters.

Fuel System: Fuel supply is from 2 tanks totaling 925 US gallons.

Bilge Pumping System: The bilges throughout the vessel are limbered into one deep main central bilge


* Electric bilge pump Par 34600 with Par hydro air switch.

* Henderson MKV manual bilge pump (rated at 135lpm).

* Emergency, engine-driven, 1 1/2' Jabsco bilge pump, with manual clutch, rated to pump

approximately 50 US Gallon/ min (190 litres/min).

* Each bilge pump is fitted with a Whale type strum box of the appropriate size for that suction

line. All suction lines can be lifted to enable debris to be cleared.

Greywater System: Four (4) greywater tanks located in the boat, each fitted with a float switch and a

Whale Gulper pump, giving automatic evacuation of all showers and washbasins. The galley sinks

pump directly overboard, via a Whale Gulper pump activated by a waterproof rocker switch.

Toilet System: Four (4) Sealand electric vacuum toilet systems, each with its own pump and night

switch. Four off polypropylene toilet holding tanks are installed as standard for each of the aft WCs.

Each tank is configured for gravity discharge with additional ability to pump out from on deck. The

tanks are fitted with electric tank capacity gauges.

Freshwater System: Two (2) tanks totaling 793 US gallons (3000 litres). The GRP tanks are treated

with inert gelcoat, fitted with baffles and provided with Polyvent covers as per the fuel tanks. Breathers

are also fitted.

Water Heater System: Hot water is from two insulated 10 US gallon (38 lt) (approximately) tanks

heated by the engine's heat exchanger, or by thermostatically controlled 220v, 2kW immersion heater

elements powered by the generators or dockside power.


* Twin Frigomatic 24v, water-cooled refrigeration units

* New Refrigerator & Twin the top-opening freezer.

* Frigomatic 24v, keel-cooled refrigerator unit is installed with an evaporator plate to cool the

cockpit table drinks box.

Air Conditioning/Heating

Cruisair reverse cycle 220v heating and cooling is fitted, comprising of 3 x 16000 BTU units - 1 x

12000 BTU unit and 2 x 10000 BTU units to give a total of 80000 BTU's - which is substantially

in excess of Cruisair recommendations.

Electrical Systems

D.C. Electrical System: DC electrical supply is 24v, and a bank of 12 x 6v batteries give 920 Amp

hours (approximately) at 24v for the domestic supply. These batteries are heavy duty, ‘deep-cycle’,

Rolls type. Power from a separate 88 Amp hour (approximately) 24v battery bank is devoted to engine

starting. There is also a separate 88 Amp hour 12v generator starting battery.

A.C. Electrical System

* 2 x Northern Lights M864w.3, 27.5kW, 220v, 60Hz, running at 1600rpm 4-cylinder diesel

generators installed in manufacturer’s sound shield, located in the fully-insulated engine room.

* 220v /110v 13kVA multi-tap isolation transformer. It also provides a 110v supply on board

from 220v shore power.

* 220v circuit breakers are twin pole - 110v circuits single pole.

* 1 x 50 Amp dockside power cable of yellow, 4-core double-insulated PVC, 70' (21.3m) in


* Microwave with Convection Oven – Stainless Steel

* Bosch WVF2402 Washer/Dryer.

* 2 × Mastervolt MASS 100A/24v Battery Chargers - primary charge being fitted with AC3-RS

remote control.

* 2 x 220v Hot water calorifier immersion heaters.


* Raymarine ST60+ System, with boat speed, windspeed/direction and depth displayed at the

forward end of the cockpit. In addition to this there is one Graphic Display at the port pedestal.

* Raymarine C120 Integrated Radar, Chart Plotter and 12-Channel GPS mounted at the chart

table with the 4kW Radome mounted on the mast.

* Raymarine automatic pilot with Whitlock Mamba 24v 1hp drive unit close coupled to the

reduction gearbox at the rudder head, Type S3G 24v course computer and ST6002 control head

mounted on the steering pedestal.

* Icom VHF radio-telephone with masthead antenna and US weather channels.

* Wave WiFi Marine Broadcasting Router

* KVH TracVision TV6 Antenna

* KVH TracPhone V30 Antenna

* Stereo with loudspeakers mounted in the saloon headlining’s and a fader control to a pair of

waterproof Fusion loudspeakers in the cockpit.

* Bose Home Theater Surround Sound System

* Smart TV & DVD System

Sails and Rigging



* In-Mast Furling System

* Updated inspection and maintenance in May 2022, request report by FKG Marine.

Headsail & Staysail Furling (Reckmann Hydraulic)

* Reckmann RF-90 hydraulic genoa furling which gives push-button reefing and furling of the


* Unit finished in black anodizing and stainless steel.

* Manual backup.

* Dual controls are provided for each headsail furling function, so the sail may be furled from

either side of the cockpit.

Backstay and Vang Hydraulics

* 2 x Navtec A250-SE-060 hydraulic backstay tensioners.

* 1 x Navtec A850-VC-040 hydraulic vang with positive support.

NB: All above are finished in black anodized alloy cases.

* 1 x Navtec A320-MF-02S Multi-function 2-speed panel in one trimming cockpit.

Standing Rigging

The vessel is fitted with discontinuous Navtec rod rigging for the 3-spreader rig, including a split

backstay and monkey plate.


* Mailsail is Neil Pryde – tri-radial cut, 4 GRP battens.

* Mainsail has Oyster sail logo and sail number based on model and series number.

* Furling Genoa is North Sails – tri-radial cut with UV stripes.

* Furling Staysail is Neil Pryde – tri-radial cut with UV stripes.

* Gennaker is North Sails with snuffer cover.

* Gennaker is Dolphin Sails with snuffer cover.


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct their agents, or their surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Mechanical Disclaimer:

Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or their agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as other representations noted on the listing.