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A new Humphreys 39 for Richard Matthews of Oyster Yachts fame

  • Toby Hodges
  • July 25, 2016

Commissioned by Richard Matthews, the man who built up Oyster Yachts over 40 years, for his next Oystercatcher, the Humphreys 39 is a true dual-purpose yacht, writes Toby Hodges

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Richard Matthews, the man who built up Oyster Yachts over 40 years, has consistently kept ahead of the game with the designs he has commissioned. For his latest new build, however, he sought a true dual-purpose yacht, as the racers of yesteryear once were.

The H39 is an offshore-capable cruiser-racer, which can be adapted to suit IRC or ORC handicap racing. The first is the 31st Oystercatcher for Matthews. It is also his third yacht designed by Tom Humphreys, son of Rob.

“In contrast to the previous [Hakes JV] 42 this yacht is of heavier displacement (5,000kg) and incorporates a package of genuine cruiser-racer features that I think will make the yacht nicer to be aboard and hopefully fairly rated under IRC,” Matthews explains.

“For starters we have a proper cockpit with seats and coamings, a berth for every crewmember (up to ten), a ‘proper’ galley with twin sinks, a gimballed cooker with oven and an ice box with a refrigeration system so we really will have cold beers! We have a sensible forward-facing chart table and an enclosed heads complete with shower and pressurised hot and cold water.”

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Humphreys confirms: “The design ethos has tried to capture the wholesome, cruiser-racer and offshore-capable spirit of some of the office’s early CHS designs, but in a modern-day incarnation.”

Clever design

It’s a particularly clever design that can suit IRC and ORC by using a fin or T-keel, single or twin rudders and a range of rigging and spinnaker options. Oystercatcher has a solid lead fin keel and twin rudders. Humphreys reports that her IRC trial rating is between 1.125 and 1.144.

Oceantec in Slovenia did the S-glass/epoxy composite construction for this first H39. Finishing and fit-out was being carried out by Fox’s Marina & Boatyard in Ipswich as we went to press.

Matthews tells us that the female tooling used is capable of producing more H39s. “All options are open at the moment and our future direction will be influenced by how well the boat works out in practice and specifically its competitiveness,” he says.

Oystercatcher XXXI is expected to participate in both the UK and European IRC Championships this season, plus Cowes Week and Cork Week.

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The world is your Oyster

Richard matthews, the founder and former owner of oyster marine, is a living legend in british yachting circles, so it was something of a treat for justin ratcliffe to chat with him at mys 2013 aboard twilight, his 125-foot oyster delivered last may.….

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The Oyster 495 cruising yacht is a major milestone in more ways than one. It’s the first entirely new model launched by Oyster since it was taken over three years ago by Richard Hadida, who has refocused Oyster Yachts on its core values. It’s the first new ‘sub-50ft’ sailing yacht from Oyster since 2007 and a lot of big-boat innovation has trickled down and been built in.

And it’s the first Oyster in a long time that’s been developed with the involvement of the marque’s founder, Richard Matthews, who rejoined Oyster’s board of directors last year. There’s clearly some pent-up demand, as six 495s were sold off-plan before the first layer of laminate went into the mold a few weeks ago to begin the build of hull number one.

‘It’s a completely new Oyster,’ says Paul Adamson, Oyster’s chief commercial officer. ‘She is designed to appeal to younger owners and she’s full of innovative features. It’s a balance between preserving Oyster’s core values – safety and the ability to go anywhere in the world in luxury and comfort – while introducing modern, contemporary design benefits. The hulls are lighter, yet incredibly robust with more emphasis on performance for excellent daily passage-making.’ Read on .

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Richard Matthews Joins Oyster’s Board

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14 JANUARY 2020: Bluewater yacht manufacturer Oyster Yachts  is proud to announce that the company’s founder Richard Matthews has accepted an invitation to join its board. This is a testament to Matthews’ faith in the future of the company he founded almost 50 years ago and the direction in which it is heading under Richard Hadida’s ownership.

Matthews founded Oyster in 1973; the company has since been owned by two private equity entities before being bought by Hadida in 2018. Matthews continues to be a keen yachtsman whose activities in 2019 included winning the East Coast Offshore Championship and participating in his 23rd Fastnet Race. He is a highly respected figure in the sailing community and brings with him a wealth of experience and in-depth knowledge of the marine industry.

Oyster enters the new decade with a healthy order book and increasing worldwide demand for its yachts. As a result, the company has vacancies at both its Wroxham and Southampton build yards to add to an existing workforce of skilled craftsmen and management, all of whom are deeply committed to the success of Oyster Yachts . It is with great excitement that everyone at Oyster welcomes Matthews on board, safe in the knowledge that he shares their determination for the future success of the business.

Speaking on Richard Matthews’ appointment, Oyster owner Richard Hadida said: “It is hugely important to me personally that the founder of the brand I hold so close to my heart has given it his seal of approval by joining our board. Having restored the company to its former glory with the support of a fantastic team – from talented craftsmen to dedicated management – this feels like confirmation that Oyster is once again synonymous with quality and excellence, just as it was when Richard founded it back in 1973.”
Richard Matthews said, “One of the most amazing things about Oyster is the extended “family” of Oyster owners who share my passion for these beautiful yachts. Rejoining Oyster is like coming home. In Richard Hadida, Oyster now has an owner with the resources to take the business forward. Above all his infectious enthusiasm for the brand convinced me that Oyster has a truly exciting future and I look forward to once again being part of it.”

About Oyster Yachts  is the builder of the world’s finest bluewater cruising yachts . The company employs almost 300 people across shipyards in Southampton and Wroxham, and its facilities in Ipswich, Palma, and Newport Rhode Island.

Matthews will join a Board of Directors rich in business and sailing experience. Led by Richard Hadida and Becky Bridgen, with non-executive directors Eddie Jordan, Ivan Ritossa, Ashley Highfield (Chairman) and special adviser Rob Humphreys, the board has made strong progress in turning the business around since 2018. It has successfully invested in up to date production systems and facilities, scaled the workforce to meet growing demand and launched two new models – the award-winning Oyster 565 and the 1225 superyacht . Supported by a team of highly skilled time-served craftsmen and innovative designers, Oyster yachts continue to be recognised as being amongst the very best cruising yachts in the world. With a range of six models between 50 and 120 feet, there is an Oyster for every sailor, be that a family crew to super yachting with professional help; all sharing a heritage of great sailing performance, build quality and comfort.

Oyster will proudly present the new Oyster 565 at the Dusseldorf Boat Show 18-26 January , in Hall 16, Stand C58.

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Richard matthews, who founded oyster yachts in 1973, joins the board as non-executive director..

Oyster Yachts has announced that the company’s founder, Richard Matthews, has accepted an invitation to join its board as non-executive director. This is a testament to Matthews’ faith in the future of the company that he founded almost 50 years ago, and the direction in which it is heading under the Richard Hadida’s ownership.

“It is hugely important to me personally that the founder of the brand I hold so close to my heart has given it his seal of approval by joining our board. Having restored the company to its former glory with the support of a fantastic team – from talented craftsmen to dedicated management – this feels like confirmation that Oyster is once again synonymous with quality and excellence, just as it was when Richard founded it back in 1973,” explains Richard Hadida.

Matthews founded Oyster in 1973, after which the business was owned by two private equity entities before being bought by Hadida in 2018. Matthews continues to be a keen yachtsman whose activities in 2019 included winning the East Coast Offshore Championship and participating in his 23rd Fastnet Race. He is a highly respected figure in the sailing community, and brings with him a wealth of experience and in-depth knowledge of the marine industry.

“One of the most amazing things about Oyster is the extended “family” of Oyster owners who share my passion for these beautiful yachts. Re-joining Oyster is like coming home. In Richard Hadida, Oyster now has an owner with the resources to take the business forward. Above all his infectious enthusiasm for the brand convinced me that Oyster has a truly exciting future and I look forward to once again being part of it,” comments Matthews.

SuperyachtNews spoke with Hadida in 2019 to find out exactly how he intended to return Oyster to its former glory. In no uncertain terms, Hadida explained that near enough every element of the Oyster brand has been evaluated and developed.

“Where do I start? There are challenges in every element of the business. We have bought the plant where the hulls are built and invested heavily in the whole facility, including new heating and air management systems. The facility is now state-of-the-art and we have partnered with Lloyd’s Register so every hull moulded will leave with an LR Mould Certificate,” explained Hadida. “We have two different yards where we are building the boats and we are constantly trying to improve efficiency, driving down the hours on the boats, while increasing the quality. There are countless aggregated savings to benefit from, whether it be reducing a particular task from 30 hours to 10 hours or another from 10 to five.

“The website, the documentation, the literature, the branding, the clothes that people wear…it’s hard to name a part of the business that we haven’t uncovered, looked inside and considered how we can improve it.”

That Matthews is stepping back into the Oyster fold is a huge compliment to Hadida and is an indication that his strategy and leadership, since taking over the business in 2018, has sealed the approval of the brand’s original creator.

According to The Superyacht Agency, Oyster Yachts currently has one 30m-plus vessel in build. Unit two of the 118 series is due for completion in 2021.

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A new Humphreys 39 for Richard Matthews of Oyster Yachts fame

  • Toby Hodges
  • July 25, 2016

Commissioned by Richard Matthews, the man who built up Oyster Yachts over 40 years, for his next Oystercatcher, the Humphreys 39 is a true dual-purpose yacht, writes Toby Hodges

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Richard Matthews, the man who built up Oyster Yachts over 40 years, has consistently kept ahead of the game with the designs he has commissioned. For his latest new build, however, he sought a true dual-purpose yacht, as the racers of yesteryear once were.

The H39 is an offshore-capable cruiser-racer, which can be adapted to suit IRC or ORC handicap racing. The first is the 31st Oystercatcher for Matthews. It is also his third yacht designed by Tom Humphreys, son of Rob.

“In contrast to the previous [Hakes JV] 42 this yacht is of heavier displacement (5,000kg) and incorporates a package of genuine cruiser-racer features that I think will make the yacht nicer to be aboard and hopefully fairly rated under IRC,” Matthews explains.

“For starters we have a proper cockpit with seats and coamings, a berth for every crewmember (up to ten), a ‘proper’ galley with twin sinks, a gimballed cooker with oven and an ice box with a refrigeration system so we really will have cold beers! We have a sensible forward-facing chart table and an enclosed heads complete with shower and pressurised hot and cold water.”

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Humphreys confirms: “The design ethos has tried to capture the wholesome, cruiser-racer and offshore-capable spirit of some of the office’s early CHS designs, but in a modern-day incarnation.”

Clever design

It’s a particularly clever design that can suit IRC and ORC by using a fin or T-keel, single or twin rudders and a range of rigging and spinnaker options. Oystercatcher has a solid lead fin keel and twin rudders. Humphreys reports that her IRC trial rating is between 1.125 and 1.144.

Oceantec in Slovenia did the S-glass/epoxy composite construction for this first H39. Finishing and fit-out was being carried out by Fox’s Marina & Boatyard in Ipswich as we went to press.

Matthews tells us that the female tooling used is capable of producing more H39s. “All options are open at the moment and our future direction will be influenced by how well the boat works out in practice and specifically its competitiveness,” he says.

Oystercatcher XXXI is expected to participate in both the UK and European IRC Championships this season, plus Cowes Week and Cork Week.

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